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CALL for ENTRIES: Body

2014 October 19

Learn more from Gallery PH21!a rainbow of
FOOD

There are 5 key foods, according to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, that are the best way to your best body: green beans, salmon, blueberries, watermelon & tomatoes.  There are worse things to eat, for certain, but what would our “best” bodies feel like?  What would they look like?  I think most of us have no idea; I certainly don’t.  This next Call will help YOU explore the idea of the body.

Check out this Call for Entries from PH21 Gallery (Budapest, Hungary) for Body. This is a great international opportunity. You can enter 3 images for only $12.74 (€10), & you don’t have to ship your work. The deadline is fast approaching, don’t miss this one…

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Learn more from Gallery PH21!CALL for ENTRIES:
Body

 

ELIGIBILITY:
Open to all artists

MEDIA: Photography fitting the “Body” theme broadly construed; the human body may be portrayed in various genres.

DEADLINE: Tuesday, October 21, 2014 midnight (UTC+01, Central European Time) *NOTE: This is between 4 to 8pm in the US depending on where you live.

Learn more from Gallery PH21!NOTIFICATION: All entrants will be notified 7-10 days after the deadline.

ENTRY FEE: €10 ($12.74) for up to 3, €15 ($19.12) for up to 5, €20 ($25.49) for up to 7, & €25 ($31.86) up to 10.

JUROR: Zsolt Bátori is a philosopher of art and photographer, living in Budapest. He has taught philosophy of art and photography theory courses at various universities in the United States and Hungary. Zsolt is also the founder and director of PH21 Gallery.

AWARDS: 1 juror’s choice & up to 3 honorable mentions will be selected. The juror’s choice receives 3 free entries for any upcoming themed group exhibition calls at PH21 Gallery.

SALES: Gallery commission is 25%. Exhibition prints will be kept on file for future sale and promotion for the photographer, unless the photographer prefers some other arrangement. In case of a sale inquiry the photographer will be contacted. (Submitted photographs, however, do not have to be for sale, & exhibit prints won’t be sold; they are for exhibition and promotion purposes only.)

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CALL for ENTRIES: Embracing our Differences

2014 October 15

Learn more about Embracing our Differences!sweet or
SOUR?

There’s a battle brewing in my house.  We live within 15 miles of two apple orchards.  We only have room for a 5lb. bag of apples each week.  This time of year, Crispins (green/golden apples) get my vote, while my husband seems single-mindedly obsessed with Braeburns (red apples).  I don’t care what color they are, but red apples tend to be sweeter.  We’ve finally taken to trading off weeks.  On my weeks, I get to eat my slightly sour raw green apples; on his weeks, we make apple tarts, pies & crisps out of the red variety.  I’m trying to embrace our differences–like the them of this next Call.  Take a look…

Check out this great Call for Entries for the Annual Embracing our Differences Exhibit in Sarasota, FL.   Your work on a billboard, no entry fee & $3000 in awards.  Don’t miss this opportunity…

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Ambiface by Jovana Kolić

CALL for ENTRIES:
Embracing our Differences

 

Final selections will be chosen based on artistic excellence and originality in reflection of our theme “enriching lives through diversity.”  This may include, by way of suggestion only, any one or more of the following: appearance, racial differences, physical or mental impairment, language, religious or cultural differences, environmental stewardship, social economic status, sexual orientation or identity, positive attitude, inclusiveness, self-acceptance, taunting and bullying, confrontation, human rights and equality, understanding and kindness, empowerment or any other topic which you believe furthers the theme of “enriching lives through diversity.” — from embracingourdifferences.org

ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists

MEDIA:  2 Dimensional work including but not limited to photography, digital, collage, drawing, painting, etc.

DEADLINE:  January 6th, 2015

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The World’s Family Tree by Livy Long

NOTIFICATION: Winning selections will be announced online at their website by mid-March, 2015

ENTRY FEE:  None

AWARDS:   A total of $3,000 USD will be presented in the form of three separate awards – $1,000 each for “Best-in-Show Adult;” “Best-in-Show Student;” and the “People’s Choice.”

JURY PROCESS:  Both “Best-in-Show” awards will be granted by a three-judge panel of art professionals. The “People’s Choice” award will be determined by visitors to the exhibits.

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CALL for ENTRIES: Winter Juried

2014 October 13

Learn more from Fresh Paint Magazine!plump
NOT PRICKLY

I always wonder who first looked at an artichoke and said, “Yum.  We should try to eat this.  It looks delicious, no?”  Um, no.  I love them, but they don’t look appetizing.  There are some foods you know are going to taste good, like peaches, whipped cream & fresh-baked cobblers.  This next Call is for a magazine that looks appetizing as well.  Every time it arrives, I can’t wait to dive in because the covers are beautiful, and the weight of it feels lush in your hands.  Don’t miss this one…

Check out this Call for Entries from Fresh Paint Magazine (online) for Juried Winter Issue.  Low entry fee & simply yummy.  We are proud to have them as sponsors of this sight.  Show ‘em YOUR strokes…

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Learn more from Fresh Paint Magazine!CALL for ENTRIES:
Winter Juried

 

ELIGIBILITY:
Open to all artists

MEDIA:
2D Painting

DEADLINE:
November 30, 2014

NOTIFICATION:
January 9, 2015

ENTRY FEE:  $25 for up to 3 images

JUROR:  Alicia Puig is an art historian who specializes in Modern and Contemporary Art with a focus on Latin American Art, protest/political art, and the medium of printmaking. She completed the coursework for her MA in Art History from the Tyler School of Art at Temple University earlier this year and now works at Bridgette Mayer Gallery.  Alicia has written for Printeresting.org and Motivos magazine and has also contributed essays to several exhibition catalogs.  In addition, she was one of the assistant curators of the exhibition “Charles Searles: In Motion,” held at the Tyler School of Art during the spring and summer of 2013.

AWARDS:  One full color page or more that includes an image, contact information, and a statement. Selected artists will be chosen for a virtual studio visit or interview.  A complimentary issue of Fresh Paint, promotion through their social media network and exposure through their partnership with local art organizations and venues.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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CALL for ARTISTS: 2015 Adirondacks

2014 October 12

Learn more from the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts!CHICKEN
of beef

I am queen of menu planning.  Every once in a while I decide to off planning for just winging it.  Well, that never lasts.  Now that we are planning for a farm of our own, I am considering the idea of buying protein for the entire year from a local rancher–like a whole cow.  The challenge would be to space out the protein so we are not forced to eat eggs only for the last 3 months of the year.  I suspect it will end in a lessened consumption of meat, but we’ll see.  This next Call is not unlike menu planning for a year at the time.  Please DO NOT MISS this chance…

Check out this Call for Entries from Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts for 2015-2016 Group & Solo Show opportunities.  This is a fantastic opportunity for any media for just a $25 entry fee.  They have THREE galleries to fill…

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Learn more from the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts!CALL for ARTISTS:
2015 Adirondacks

 

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists

MEDIA:  Open to all media

DEADLINE:  November 28th, 2014

NOTIFICATION:  December 19, 2014

ENTRY FEE:  $25 for 3 to 5 images ($15 Members)

AWARDS:  Inclusion in a solo or group exhibit at 1 of 3 on-site galleries, lasting 4-8 weeks

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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CALL for ENTRIES: Correspondence

2014 October 11

Learn more from the Crossing Arts Alliance!you can still send
CHOCOLATE

by mail

Could you live without receiving mail?  I am not talking about email.  I cannot even imagine not having email access.  But, snail mail–could you live without it?  What if correspondence became an important, indulgent luxury?  What if junk mail disappeared in lieu of beautiful, hand-written postcards, letters and recipe cards?  Sign me up.  Instead of e-holiday cards, why not send out a few hot chocolate recipes this year.  This next Call for Entries is a great source of inspiration.  Take a look at this one…

Check out this Call for Entries from Crossing Arts Alliance (Brainerd, MN) for Correspondence 2014, an int’l mail art exhibit at the Q Gallery in the Franklin Arts Center.  No entry fee, no juror, no awards.  Sounds like a great resume builder to me…

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Learn more from Crossing Arts Alliance!CALL for ENTRIES:
Correspondence

 

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists

MEDIA:  All mediums will be accepted–mixed media/collage, painting, drawing, text/poetry, printmaking, photography, digital art, sculptural objects, etc.  Individual formats explained here.

DEADLINE:  Received by November 12, 2014

NOTIFICATION:  None.  All hung

ENTRY FEE:  None

JUROR:  None.  All hung

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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CALL for ENTRIES: Cultural Center

2014 October 10

Learn more from the Korean Cultural Council!PUMPKIN
overload

You can keep your pumpkin spice latte.  If you feel compelled to eat ever-present orange gourd along with the other throngs of pumpkin-obsessed, please give hobakjuk a chance.  This combination is a delightful combination of steamed pumpkin and sticky rice flour is an unbelievable Korean delicacy to my humble pallet.  This next Call is of Korean origin as well.  Well, sort of…

Check out this Call for Entries from the Korean Cultural Center (Los Angeles) for their 21st Annual Juried Art Exhibition.  You can enter online but you still have to mail your images.  Please note, images must be RECEIVED by October 30th.  This is a beautiful venue offering great awards and an excellent opportunity.  Take a look…

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Learn more from the Korean Cultural CouncilCALL for ENTRIES:
Cultural Center

 

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists residing in the US

MEDIA:  Open to all 2-D & 3-D media

DEADLINE: Received by October 30, 2014

NOTIFICATION:  January/February of 2015 (Yes, that IS a long time.  Be careful not to FORGET that you submitted certain work and have it already in a different show by the time this notifies–wasting your time and effort.)

ENTRY FEE:  None for 5 to 10 images

AWARDS:  Best of Show : $2,000, Award of Distinction : $1,000, Eight (8) Award of selected artists : $500

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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CALL for ENTRIES: Dogwood Arts 2015

2014 October 9

Learn more about the Dogwood Fine Arts Festival!SMOKE
and flowers

I miss Spring, and it is October.  I miss the flowers.  Well, I miss the dogwoods in particular.  Did you know that in addition to being lovely to look at, that there are species of dogwood trees that bear fruit?  There are even varieties whose wood is lovely for smoking meats and vegetables.  And then there’s the art.  Yep, where I live, dogwoods are accompanied by art–like the art in this next Call.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from Dogwood Arts  (Knoxville, TN) for 2015 The Dogwood Regional Fine Arts ExhibitionThis IS a regional Call for artists 300 miles or less from Knoxville, TN.  I know I don’t usually publish regional Calls, but this one is close to my heart.  Here a link to help you determine if you are in the right location…

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Learn more from Dogwood Arts!CALL for ENTRIES:
Dogwood Arts 2015

 

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists 18 years and older residing within a 300 mile radius of Knoxville, TN.  Here’s a link to help you find out if you’re inside the radius.

MEDIA:  2-D painting, drawing, mixed media, printmaking, and photography; 3-D sculpture of all media (may submit 2 images) & site-specific installation. 4-D art, including video, performance & time-based pieces are ineligible.

DEADLINE:  January 16, 2015

NOTIFICATION:  February 11, 2015

ENTRY FEE:  $35 for up to 3

JUROR:  Mark Scala is the founding chief curator at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, in Nashville, TN.  Scala’s most significant exhibitions have focused on the representation of the body in contemporary art. These have included Fairy Tales, Monsters, and the Genetic Imagination (2012) & Paint Made Flesh (2009). Earlier group exhibitions include Whispering Wind: Recent Chinese Photography.  Scala has also organized solo exhibitions on an int’l array of emerging & mid-career artists.

AWARDS:  Cash awards totaling $4,100 will be presented at the exhibit’s Opening Reception on April 3rd at the Emporium from 5-9 pm. Best in Show $2,000, 2nd Place $1,000, Third Place $500, two $250 Merit awards & one $100 award from Fast Frame.  All awards are designated by the juror and are final.  All artists accepted into the show are encouraged to attend the Awards Reception at the Emporium Art Center on April 3rd.

SALES:  Every effort is made to promote sales.  Dogwood retains a 40% commission on all sales. Please price your work accordingly.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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