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CALL for ENTRIES: Constructed

2015 February 2

Learn more from Sweetwater Center for the Arts!on a ROLL

Stuffed cabbage is a recipe that takes me back to my childhood.  My grandmother had such a talent for making perfect little rolls.  I wish I had paid better attention to how she did that because I struggle to make them presentable.  Imagine my delight when I found a recipe for Deconstructed Stuffed Cabbage.  So excited to try this one.  In the meantime, this next Call is all about the CONstructed not the DEconstructed.  Loving this theme…

Check out this Call for Entries from Sweetwater Center for the Arts (Sewickley, PA) for Shaping New Worlds an exhibition of Constructed Photography. Only $20 to enter, and this is a rarely seen theme.  Take a look…

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Learn more from Sweetwater Center for the Arts!CALL for ENTRIES:
Constructed

 

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists residing in the U.S.

MEDIA:  Photography–specifically, the constructed image by means of handmade montage, collage, darkroom manipulation, computer manipulation, constructed and photographed tableaux or dioramas, and/or alteration of real scenes, etc.

DEADLINE:  March 16, 2015

NOTIFICATION:  March 24, 2015

ENTRY FEE:  $20 for 3 works

JUROR:  Lori Kella received a BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 1997, and later attended Cornell University where she received her MFA in photography.  A selection of her recent work was exhibited at Gallery Drei, in Germany, The Print Center (PA), Flux Space in (PA) & Roy G Biv Gallery (OH).  Kella’s work has been featured in several other major exhibitions including a one-person exhibition, Lori Kella: Coordinates, as part of the Wendy L. Moore Emerging Artist Series at MOCA Cleveland and Global Anxieties: Nine Perspectives on a Changing Planet at the College of Wooster Art Museum.  Kella lives in Cleveland, OH and she is currently a part-time Assistant Professor at Kent State University’s School of Art.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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OPEN CALL: Show #25

2015 February 1

Learn more from Field Projects!my
BLACK BEAN
habit

Ethnic grocery stores are gateway habits for foodies.  My favorite Cuban cookbook led me to my local Hispanic grocery in search of ingredients for authentic congri, and I came home with products I cannot pronounce and for which I have no use.  So exciting.  I appreciate being introduced to new food organically, so to speak.  *snicker*  This Gallery discovers artists for future shows from entries to open calls like this one.  Organically…

Check out this Open Call for Entries from Field Projects (Chelsea, NY) for Show #25.  $25 entry, great curator, ALL media & a gorgeous space to boot.  Take a look…

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Learn more from Field Projects!OPEN CALL:
Show #25

 

Field Projects announces the 2015 Winter Open Call curated by Olivia Smith, Director of Exhibition A.  Emerging & mid-career artists are invited to submit their work for consideration in the March 2015 exhibition. –from Field Projects

ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists

MEDIA: Open to all media

DEADLINE:  February 20, 2015

NOTIFICATION:  1st week of March

ENTRY FEE:  $25 for up to 5

Learn more from Field Projects!CURATOR:   Olivia Anne Smith is an artist, writer, and the Director of Exhibition A, where she has worked in collaboration with over one hundred artists to produce and distribute new limited edition art. Born in Dallas, Smith received a BFA in Studio Art, Art History, and English from SMU Meadows School of the Arts in 2011 and completed residencies at Les Subsistances in Lyon, France and Ubud, Indonesia. After concluding an internship at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, she moved to New York City in 2012. Her interest in conceptual and socially-engaged art led her to stints at Artists Space and Creative Time, in addition to her role as curatorial assistant for a new Center for Art & Urbanism in Dallas. Smith lives in Brooklyn and works in Manhattan.

AWARDS:   All submissions received will be considered not only for Show #25, but also for future exhibitions at Field Projects and a coinciding online exhibition to Show #25.

SALES: All artwork will be for sale at the gallery during the exhibition.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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CALL for Entries: Still Life / Life Still

2015 January 30

Learn more from Darkroom Gallery!ATE hours later

Cooking has moved into slow motion in my house.  As much as I want to hurry Spring along, I am reminded of our current Winter status by the icy wind that greets me at my front door each morning.  So, my slow cooker lives in a perpetual circuit from counter to refrigerator to sink to counter to refrigerator to sink–almost daily.  Tonight is lentil soup with bacon. This next Call wants to see what happens when life stills completely.  An intriguing take on a traditional form…

Check out this Call for Entries from the Darkroom Gallery (Essex Junction, VT) for Still Life / Life Still. They always have a low entry fee ($24) & a great juror.  This theme leaves room for the traditionalist as well as those with a vastly different point of view. Take a look

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Learn more from Darkroom Gallery!CALL for ENTRIES:
Still Life / Life Still

The study of inanimate objects; subject matter, placement and compositional balance imply meaning that surmount everyday functionality.  Historically, a still life composition is an array of commonplace objects, inert and set in space.  These objects often include natural components such as plants, fruits, vegetables, nuts, flowers accompanied by man made objects like dishes, boxes, mirrors and vases within an interior setting at eye level like a table top.  Darkroom Gallery wants to contextually explore the Still Life; some may take a traditional approach.  Others may see Still Life/Life Still as a vehicle to explore new artistic possibilities, in form, function or to convey political or emotive meanings.  Objects caught in their natural surroundings & documented on the fly can make just as poignant an image, i.e., Life Still.  – from darkroomgallery.com

ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists 18+

MEDIA: Photography (line-themed)

Learn more about the Darkroom Gallery online!DEADLINE:  February 18, 2015

NOTIFICATION:  February 23, 2015

ENTRY FEE: 4 for $24 (online)/$29 (email)

JUROR:  Independent photography curator, editor, researcher and consultant Yumi Goto focuses on the development of cultural exchanges that transcend borders.

She collaborates with local and international artists who live and work in areas affected by conflict, natural disasters, current social problems, human rights abuses and women’s issues. She often works with human rights advocates, international and local NGOs, humanitarian organizations and as well as being involved as a nominator and juror for the international photographic organizations, festivals and events. She is now based in Tokyo and also a co-funder and curator for the Reminders Photography Stronghold.

AWARDS: All selected entries are included in a full color exhibit catalog & gallery exhibition. Juror’s Choice: 30×48″ image banner. People’s Choice – a free future entry. Honorable Mentions receive free exhibition catalogs and free entry in a future exhibition.

SALES: Free matting & framing of accepted entries, subject to standard sizes. For commission details, go to the bottom of the Submissions page!

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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CALL for ENTRIES: Spring in NYC

2015 January 29

Learn more from the Sylvia White Gallery!TOMATO
time

The height of the foodie season is Summer thanks to all that beautiful fresh local produce.  But I frequently find myself jumping the gun” and convincing something in early Spring is Summer-worthy.  Tomatoes get me every time.  Take my advice and wait.  This next Call for a spring art show in NYC simply won’t wait for Summer.  This is a great way to dip your toe in the pool of mega-shows while leaving the details to the professionals.  Investigate…

Check out this Call for Entries from Sylvia White Gallery (Sylvia White’s Art Advice is one of our sponsors) for a NYC Art Show space.  If you always wanted to be a part of one of these shows (minus the booth-sitting), this is a great opportunity.  Take a look…

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Learn more about the Sylvia White Gallery!CALL for ENTRIES:
Spring in NYC

 

ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists age 18+

MEDIA:  Various media, including: paintings, mixed media, works on paper, photography, sculpture, installation art, and digital media

DEADLINE:  February 15, 2015

NOTIFICATION:  March 1, 2015

ENTRY FEE:  $45 includes review of 5 images

Learn more from the Sylvia White Gallery!

AWARDS:  SWG will be awarding ONE or more artists, an entire wall of booth space  (10’x10’) at one of the best NYC Art Fairs.  More artists may be selected (up to 5) depending on the number of entries received.  As many of you know, galleries spend thousands of dollars purchasing booths and individual artists are not allowed to participate without gallery representation.  This year, up to 5 lucky artists will join our stable to be represented by SWG.  Entries will be judged as a whole, instead of by individual piece.  Each artist may submit up to 3 applications.  For example, if you are a painter AND a sculptor, you should submit two applications, one in each medium.  All work submitted must be available for sale.

SALES:  NO commission will be retained by the Sylvia White Gallery.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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ARTIST to LOVE: Gail R. Mitchell

2015 January 28

We have a new Artist to Love!

Thanks for introducing us to Crystal Illumination Art!  Say “Hello” to our newest Artist to Love

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Gail R. Mitchell
Crystal Illumination Art
CIA15, Crystal Illumination by Gail R. Mitchell
CIA15
Crystal Illumination
MITCHELL created Crystal Illumination Art to bring the transformative quality of illumination, light & color to the human experience and celebrate its ability to inspire, heal and nourish our physical, mental, emotional & spiritual well being. The refractory & reflective light emanate through prisms of crystals stimulating the senses & evoking a visual dimension that captivates viewers. Art is a universal language. Mitchell aspires to continue lighting the way for people to experience this transformative sensory art experience.

FAVORITE FOOD: Just cannot decide

Are you an Artist to Love? Be sure to let us know!

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CALL for ENTRIES: Intelligent Objects

2015 January 22

Learn more from Creative Arts Workshop!THE FOOD
process

I find myself conflicted over food technology.  While I appreciate the safety found in canning, freeze drying, pasteurization and more, I also have an undeniable desire to eat organic, heirloom varieties grown by my own hand.  I know the answer is balance, but I remain conflicted about my relationship with the technological aspect of the food I consume–with every bite some days.  This next Call focuses on the interaction, emotional & otherwise, between humans and their technological objects.  This will be an intriguing show.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from Creative Arts Workshop (New Haven, CT) for Intelligent Objects: Empathetic and Smart Art.  Fantastic call with an excellent juror.  I’m looking forward to seeing a combination of traditional & new media in this exhibit.  Investigate the opportunity…

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Learn more about the Intelligent Objects exhibitCALL for ENTRIES:
Intelligent Objects

 

Intelligent Objects is an open call for those artworks that act as independent agents & explore the cross-section of analog & digital media. In this age, toasters communicate over the internet & robots vacuum our floors, this exhibition explores those artistic objects which appear to be responsive to our existence, or at least demand an empathy if not an emotion, that we give to sentient beings.  The art in this exhibition need not be kinetic or sculptural, it is open to any combination of traditional & new media.  Artistic “intelligence” may be static imagery, even represented by simple code. –from the prospectus

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists

MEDIA:  Open to all media

DEADLINE:  April 6, 2015 (extended from March 1, 2015)

NOTIFICATION:  April 24, 2015

ENTRY FEE: $35 for up to 3

Learn more about the Creative Arts WorkshopJUROR:  George Fifield is a media arts curator, writer, teacher and artist.  He is the founder and director of Boston Cyberarts Inc., a nonprofit arts organization that produced the Boston Cyberarts Festival as well as film and video presentations and symposia at numerous organizations throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island. For thirteen years, Fifield was also Curator of New Media at the DeCordova. He is an independent curator of New Media with numerous projects in the United States and abroad.  Fifield has taught at a number of institutions on New Media subjects. He is adjunct professor at the Digital + Media program at Rhode Island School of Design.

AWARDS: Two artists will be awarded a joint exhibition at CAW in 2016.  All selected entries will be included in an online gallery on the CAW website.

SALES:  A commission of 40% will be retained by CAW on all sales.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

Download the Prospectus from Creative Arts Workshop

CALL for ENTRIES: The Mark on the Wall

2015 January 21

Learn more about The Mark on the Wall exhibition!HYDROPONICS too,
apparently

I continue to dream of exotic walapini gardening.  In my dreams, my fantastic garden of dragon & noni fruit, black radishes & dulse (yes, hydroponics) is documented by Grete Stern & Virginia Wolfe for Garden & Gun Magazine.  I’m hoping that my dream was inspired by this next Call (and not that I need medication, ha).  This is a fantastic Call.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania for The Mark On the Wall–a juried exhibition of small works on paper  at Greenly Art Gallery in conjunction with The 25th Annual International Conference on Virginia WoolfInvestigate this opportunity…

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Learn more about The Mark on the Wall exhibition!CALL for ENTRIES:
The Mark on the Wall

 

In keeping with the theme of the conference, Virginia Woolf and Her Female Contemporaries, preference will be given to works inspired or broadly influenced by those female artists who were contemporaneous with Virginia Woolf, including but not limited to Berenice Abbott, Anni Albers, Vanessa Bell, Ilse Bing, Romaine Brooks, Claude Cahun, Dora Carrington, Leonora Carrington, Imogen Cunningham, Gisèle Freund, Barbara Hepworth, Hannah Höch, Frida Kahlo, Loïs Mailou Jones, Ergy Landau, Lee Miller, Lucia Moholy, Gabriele Münter, Georgia O’Keeffe, Méret Oppenheim, Grete Stern, Dorothea Tanning, Suzanne Valadon, and Remedios Varo. –from The Mark on the Wall prospectus

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists age 18+

MEDIA:  Open to works on paper (15” x 11” or smaller) in all traditional & experimental visual arts media, including photography, will be considered.

Learn more about The Mark on the Wall exhibition!DEADLINE:  April 20, 2015

NOTIFICATION:  May 1, 2015

ENTRY FEE: $25 for up to 3, $5 ea. add’l

JURORS:  Rosalyn Richards received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design & MFA from Yale University School of Art.  Her work is represented in many museum & university collections. She has held artist residencies at numerous locations in the U.S., including VA Center for Creative Arts and Ragdale in Illinois.  She was a visiting artist and critic at Colby College, Cornell University, the University of Dallas and Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts in Tianjin, China.  Richards retired as Professor of Art at Bucknell University in 2014.

Chad Andrews received his BFA in studio art from Kutztown University & his MFA in printmaking from the University of PA.  He has taught at The University of PA for five years, and held the position of Director of Visual Arts at the Interlochen Center for the Arts (Interlochen, MI) for six years.  He is currently a full-time instructor of printmaking and 2-dimensional design at Bloomsburg University.  He maintains a private studio at the Pajama Factory in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

SALES:  Sales will be encouraged, and a 20% commission will be retained by Greenly Art Gallery from the retail price listed on the entry form.

For complete details, please read the Full Call!

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