[Sponsored Listing] Exchanging Visions is an open call for artists to women and non-binary artists living and working in Brooklyn, NYC. What is the future of the arts in New York City? Submit 2-4 artworks that speaks to the theme: “Exchanging Visions: What is it that calls to us?”
Artists should have a demonstrated, consistent studio practice outside an academic setting for three or more years. Please note that advanced degrees or degrees of any sort are not required for this exhibition opportunity.
Deadline: 20 Aug 2021
The exhibition program is open to artists working in all disciplines.
- Opening reception on October 14th and 15th, 2021
- Press materials and PR support
- Professional publicity and marketing team will promote the artists and week-long event throughout NYC and online international promotions
- Full color catalogue with essay and a statement by the curator
- 95% of art sales at the event go to the artists
- Show in New York City to increase your exposure and network with professional curators, gallerists, and art buyers
- Partnering with RxR Realty and The Hall BK, established and large corporate real estate firms who are actively engaged in promoting local artists.
About Exchanging Visions
A women-run event for women and non-binary artists in Brooklyn, NYC. For all people who identify as women and non-binary. Committed to amplifying the creative vision of today’s women artists in NYC. Through this event and the publicity associated with it, increase the visibility of Brooklyn’s women and non-binary artists across the globe and help to bring more gender equity to the world of art.
Dedicated to living working artists known and yet to be discovered by larger audiences as well as the diversity, inclusivity, and benefit for all artists. Provide an environment and space where creativity and community can develop, expand, and flourish.
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[Sponsored Listing] Contemporary Art Gallery Online announces an international call for artists to participate in the All Women competition and exhibition. Entries welcome from 2D and 3D artists regardless of their experience or education in the art field. Submit your best representational and non-representational art. This competition will be judged on painting / drawing, photography / digital, and mixed media / 3D art. A group exhibition of all entrants will be held online from February 24th, 2021 to March 24th, 2021.
Deadline: 21 Feb 2021
Entry Fee: $15 for up to three images and $25 for up to five images. Funds in US Dollars.
Awards for All Women will be given for the top 6 to 8 works selected. Winners will be announced on March 7th, 2021. Prizes include memberships to Contemporary Art Gallery Online, extensive marketing, Winner’s Certificates, inclusion in the annual Anthology Publication, and event collateral.
About Contemporary Art Gallery Online
Contemporary Art Gallery Online is a collector’s number one source for all original contemporary art. CAGOnline is proud to showcase tomorrow’s art giants today. CAGOnline has created CAGO Media which has two purposes. First is to share art business ideas, and second to introduce artists to the buying public. CAGO Media accomplishes both of these initiatives by programming radio and TV shows.
The Business of Art Show airs bi-monthly, 15 to 20 minute episodes. Hosted by Sharon Belle Hawkshawe, each episode discusses everything pertaining to the Business of Art. The What is Art Show is a monthly 30 minute episode with hosts Michael Harris (art collector) and Sharon Hawkshawe (acclaimed artist), who discuss current art movements and art shows. The hosts are occasionally joined by museum curators, gallery owners, art critics, and art insiders. The third show is An Artist Speaks. These lively 30 minute episodes are in-depth interviews with artists discussing their art process, philosophy, and a candid look at their work. Every month, a video is produced showcasing the monthly art participants. Other videos highlight gallery artist and art styles.
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O’Hanlon Center for the Arts announces an international call for artists for the 12th annual Women Artists Making Their Mark exhibition. The O’Hanlon Center is committed to bringing more gender equity to the world of art. Artists who identify as female are encouraged to submit.
Deadline: 21 Aug 2020
This show is dedicated in honor of the pioneer women artists who paved the way. To name a few: Artemisia Gentileschi 1593 – c. 1656), Adélaïde Labille-Guiard (1749–1803), Harriet Powers (1839–1910), Augusta Savage (1892-1962), Lee Krasner (1908-1984), Louise Bourgeois (1911- 2010), and Yayoi Kusama (1929 – present).
Women Artists Making Their Mark Jurors: Donna Seager and Suzanne Gray, owners and curators of one of the most prestigious galleries on the west coast, Seager Gray Gallery.
This show will be online on the O’Hanlon Center website and viewed at the live Zoomed Artist round table where the jurors and artists can talk about the work. This will be recorded and promoted after the event through the O’Hanlon website and social media. The show will be promoted with the San Francisco Bay Area Media and have adjunct events related to Women in the arts for the month of September.
About O’Hanlon Center for the Arts
O’Hanlon Center for the Arts is a community-focused nonprofit art center located on two acres at the base of Marin County’s Mount Tamalpais. The Center is known in the San Francisco Bay Area as a progressive and experiential art center. From a rich history to a beautiful setting, O’Hanlon Center has much in common with other California artists’ colonies founded in the early and mid 20th century.
O’Hanlon Center for the Arts provides an environment and spaces where creativity and community can develop, expand, and flourish. Due to the current pandemic all shows and classes have gone online and facilities, including the gallery, are being used as artists studios.
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The City of West Hollywood, Lark Gallery, and Art & Beyond Magazine are collaborating on projects devoted to International Women’s Month – March 2020, a call for artists for a special issue of Art & Beyond Magazine themed Evolve Women Wisdom 2020, an art exhibition, and a series of events in the City of West Hollywood Long Hall Gallery. Artists, poets, musicians, writers, scientists, women business leaders, and spiritual activists may participate in Women’s History Month with their creations and offer workshops, seminars, and articles on open themes they choose.
Deadline: 25 Jan 2020
Submit your images not smaller than 2500 x 3300 px and not larger than 4000 x 4000 px.
The Evolve Women Wisdom 2020 exhibition will be on display March 8 – March 28, 2020, in the Long Hall Gallery in West Hollywood, California.
5% of the entry fees will support The Dreaming Zebra Foundation, which provides children and young, low-income artists with resources to develop their creativity.
Sponsors and jurors: Radio show – KCRW “Art Talk”, Phantom Galleries, The Loft at Liz’s, The Dreaming Zebra Foundation, Art-to-Art Palette Journal, Art Gallery Parties in LA Meet-up, Bleicher/Golightly Gallery in Santa Monica, and LA Art Party.
Evolve Women Wisdom 2020 Artist Benefits
All accepted artists will participate in our art show and concert and receive:
- Listing on Lark Gallery’s website and Art Sales gallery
- One full page in a special issue of the Art & Beyond Magazine
- One collectible printed copy of this issue
First, Second, Third, and Fourth place winners will receive an award equal $350 from the publisher of Art & Beyond Magazine who will feature their art on the front, back, and inside covers.
Lark Gallery uses the conversations of color, shape, texture, and line to demonstrate that communication can be free of prejudice toward any language, religion, and philosophy. They apply this concept to their events including diverse international artists of all nationalities, races, and gender. Among the prominent exhibitors are persons with handicaps.
One of the modern philosophers said that only the wisdom and loving energy of women can safe our planet from the human and nature produced disasters. They bring our civilization up to a new level when humanity becomes associated with kindness to each other and mutual support of the different nations and religions and not the wars, gun violence, and hatred.
The role of women is crucial in the modern world in politics, economy, and human relations. The only way the women’s voices could be heard is if they themselves evolve to the next level of their human qualities and harmony inside them. Women have fought for their rights for many years. Now it is the time to realize that only the power of love without separation of men and women can can bring peace to our planet.
Women’s History Month At Lark Gallery
At the women’s history month Lark Gallery wants to not only show, as usual, women’s talents in art, music, and other creative fields, which are countless, but also to give women tools to develop their skills to live in inner harmony, be beautiful, peaceful and at the same time powerful in the society, acting from their open and forgiving heart. Besides the concert and art show, Lark Gallery is planning to have educational and creative workshops for women, woman’s support groups, rejuvenating yoga classes to teach women how to create and save physical and spiritual beauty, give them anti-aging tools, and teaching meditation classes. All of this will benefit not only women but also the community of West Hollywood.
About Lark Gallery
Lark Gallery is a portal for art, music, and poetry. Musicians and poets chose artworks in one of the online exhibitions that evoke their musical or poetic response. By clicking on those artworks, a viewer can simultaneously see art and listen music or poetry. It give double exposure to all creators.
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Old Courthouse Arts Center, Woodstock, IL, announces a call for artists for Women’s Works 2020, a juried fine art exhibit celebrating women artists. Women’s Works provides an opportunity to showcase the creative artwork of women artists in North America and internationally. This year will mark the 33rd Anniversary of the show.
Deadline: 26 Jan 2020
Women’s Works 2020 is open to all women artists in all media. There is a $40 application fee, but no further fees if accepted.
This year’s show will be judged by fine art photographer, Helen Smith-Romer. Romer works with collaged color photography using a repetition of human features to create bright, surrealist portraits and settings contrasted against a dark background. Romer states that her current body of work, “investigates the paradoxical beauty and mysticism of assemblages and the process of doing imagery.” Her work can be found in various collections across the country, including the University of Minnesota and the Chicago Historical Society.
Women’s Works 2020 Artist Benefits
Women’s Works has been a showcase for women artists from around the world for decades. It enjoys excellent visibility in the greater Chicago area and is viewed by visitors from over the course of its 6 week run.
The gallery hosts over 30 exhibits a year, with new exhibits opening every 2-4 weeks. This ensures a steady flow of repeat visitors and buyers who visit the gallery to view each show.
Accepted artists will have their work judged by local noted artist Helen Romer-Smith. Artists will have a chance to meet with Helen at the gala reception which will be held on Saturday March 14th.
The show also awards prizes worth over $1500 in cash prizes: First prize: $500; 2nd Prize: $300; 3rd prize: $200. 3 Artistic Merits ($100 each) and a gallery award of $250.
About Old Courthouse Arts Center
The Old Courthouse Arts Center is housed in the historic old McHenry County courthouse dating back to the 1860s. With over 5000 square feet of gallery space, the gallery presents over 30 different exhibits each year in its 4 gallery spaces, with new exhibits opening every 2 weeks. The art center also offers weekly life drawing, art classes, and workshops.
2020 marks the 30th anniversary of the Old Courthouse Arts Center. It is one of the longest-lived institutions on the historic Woodstock Square. The Art Center – and it’s parent organization the Northwest Area Arts Council (which was founded in the mid 80s) – are also two of the older art organizations in the greater Chicago area.
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ZeeArts is calling out women artists for its 4th edition Art Connects Women 2020, an international art exhibition. To be held from 5th to 8th March 2020, at One&Only Royal Mirage-Dubai. This is a multidisciplinary four day arts initiative including an art exhibition, conference, art book launch, and women film festival. ZeeArts yearly pursuit is a tribute for women artists and cultural exchange dialogue. They welcome over 100 female artists from 100 different countries covering Africa, Americas, Europe, Middle-East, Asia, and Oceania.
Deadline: 31 Dec 2019
The International Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8 every year to acknowledge and honor the achievements of women all over the globe. Rouse yourself to action. Become an ambassador of your country in this prestigious international art exhibition in Dubai. One artist will be selected to represent her country.
Art Connects Women 2020 Artist Benefits
- An opportunity for artists to exhibit in one of the most glamorous venue in Dubai
- Four days artistic and cultural program
- Meet top notch art collectors
- Be featured in the Art Book 2nd Edition (Women Artists Around the World 2020)
- A private opening of the exhibition, a conference, a book launch, Women Firm Festival, a catwalk, and a gala dinner.
- Network and connect with women artists around the world
ZeeArts focus is mainly on female artists. Throughout history, the paucity of women-artist representations has been an impediment in the bid towards diversification within the art world. As they attempt to realign the skewed perspectives of gendered narrations in the institution of art, ZeeArts has put together a compendium of women artists on a global scale across 5 continents (Europe, Middle-East and Africa, Asia, Americas, and Oceania).
ZeeArts commemorative pursuits alongside International Women’s Day seeks to empower and provide opportunities for female artists to reflect upon the entrepreneurial adversities they face while revising their strategies throughout the promotion of gender parity.
It is the privilege of ZeeArts to shine the limelight on the talents of these exceptional individuals who have their courage, creativity, and determination embodied within their artworks to be laid bare as inspirations for a more inclusive future.
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Carrollwood Cultural Center announces a call for artists for Women Who Take Joyful Ownership (of their Value in the World), an art exhibition dedicated to works that primarily refer to women and young ladies who have changed the world through their inner strength, perseverance, determination, courage, vulnerability, uniqueness, and raw love. These women have made every day changes with grace, humility, integrity, and joy in their hearts. The exhibit will be in the Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center in Tampa, Florida in May 2019.
Deadline: 20 Apr 2019
Carrollwood Cultural Center accepts 2D and 3D creations including watercolor, acrylic, oil, assemblage, encaustic, mixed media, sculpture, and photography. All work must be original. This call is open to all living artists within the state of Florida who are 15 years or older. Up to five entries may be submitted. Pricing structure is as follows: 1 piece = $20; 2 = $35; 3 = $45; and 5 = $60.
The Gallery gives artists the opportunity to display in Hillsborough County’s largest gallery. Awards for Women Who Take Joyful Ownership will be given for first, second, third, and up to three honorable mentions. Awards will be giving during the open reception on May 10, 2019.
About Carrollwood Cultural Center
Located in the heart of Carrollwood Village, the Carrollwood Cultural Center’s campus includes a main building complete with a stage, dance floor, art studios, computer lab, and conference rooms. A sister building, The Studio, provides additional space for classes, performances, room rentals, and gallery displays.
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Northwest Area Art Council announces a call for artists for Women’s Works 2017: 30th Anniversary show, a juried fine art exhibit celebrating women artists.
Deadline: 31 Jan 2017
This show is presented annually by the Northwest Area Arts Council at the Old Court House Arts Center in Woodstock, IL. Women’s Works 2017: 30th Anniversary provides an opportunity to showcase the creative artwork of women artists. The show opens in March, in honor of Women’s History Month, and runs through the end of April.
In honor of the 30th Anniversary, the jurors for this year’s show will be the founders of the Women’s Works show, the artists of the Workshop for Contemporary Artists. The judge for this year’s show will be Brenda Oelbaum, the current president of the Women’s Caucus for Art.
Women artists 18 or older may submit any original work completed in the last two years. No previously accepted works in either Real People or Women’s Works will be accepted for Women’s Works 2017. If your work is collaborative please contact us so that we can make sure all information is collected. All work must be for sale.
Each show displays works by 115-120 artists to the greater Chicago area. Women’s Works has become a much anticipated area event and the show enjoys excellent media coverage and exposure. Along with the Opening Reception, other events are at The Old Court House Arts Center during the exhibition to encourage attendance.
The Northwest Area Art Council award $1500 in prizes for 1st-3rd, 3 Artistic Merits, and 2 other awards. In addition, this year the founders of Women’s Works will be choosing one artist to have a solo show at the Old Court House Arts Center later in 2017.
About the Northwest Area Arts Council
The Northwest Area Arts Council (NAAC) is a regional arts council. It has operated in the northwest suburbs of Chicago for over 30 years. NAAC is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization dedicated to the arts and connecting artists and the general public.
As of 2014, NAAC has been running the Old Court House Arts Center, located in the old McHenry County Courthouse building, which was built over 150 years ago. The Art Center occupies the second floor of the building and has over 7,500 square feet of usable gallery space. It has five distinct galleries and a consignment gallery for local art. The building is on the historic square in Woodstock, IL. The Art Center has been in operation for over 35 years. Each year NAAC and the Old Court House Arts Center jointly arrange for 25+ distinct local, regional, and national exhibits. Women’s Works is one of two international juried exhibitions held at the art center each year.
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