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CALL for ENTRIES: Kalos Art Prize

2014 July 31

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Have you heard about the cannulated cows?  Wow.  Who knew there were cows with port holes?  I was watching the Wisconsin edition of Weird Foods America.  And a professor at UW-Madison Department of Dairy Science was explaining how they put port holes in the side of cows to study the “ruminant’s digestive process” or the chewing of the cud aka “ruminating.”  Into my miscellaneous food trivia file THAT tidbit went; THEN, I received this Call from Ruminate Magazine.  Funny how things work out…

Check out this Call for Entries from Ruminate Magazine for the Kalos Visual Art Prize.  This is a well-documented juror and could be the very art publication opportunity for which many of you are seeking.  Take a look…

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Kalos Art Prize


ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists

MEDIA:  Open to all visual arts*Editor’s Note: There is no mention of media in the Call.  If your work can’t be well-represented in a photograph (e.g. video, sound,  some installations, etc.), then it probably isn’t appropriate.

DEADLINE:  August 30, 2014

NOTIFICATION:  Late November, 2014

ENTRY FEE: $25 for up to 3

JUROR:  A reviewing of all entries will be conducted by a Ruminate panel, who will select 15 artists as finalists. The final juror will then select the winning artists.  Mary McCleary, the final juror, is a contemporary American artist currently living and working in Nacogdoches Texas, where she is Stephen F. Austin State University Regent’s Professor of Art Emeritus.

AWARDS:  1st place$2000 cash prize & publication in the Winter 2014/2015 Issue and 2nd place–$500 & publication in the Winter 2014/2015 Issue.

ABOUT RUMINATE:  “Ruminate Magazine sponsors four annual writing and art contests: our visual art contest, poetry contest, short story contest, and nonfiction contest. We are one of the only Christian-minded literary magazines to sponsor writing and art contests, and while our contests–just like our magazine–are not defined as Christian poetry contests, Christian short story contests, Christian essay contests, or Christian art contests, we do believe we are providing a forum for the conversation between art and faith to exist and continue.” –from

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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