Propose an exhibition for Summer/Fall at Gallery 263! Our Curatorial Proposal Series provides the opportunity for artists of all media and experience levels to experiment with the organization and presentation of contemporary art, with guidance and support from Gallery 263.
Open to solo and group proposals. Online submissions only, see prospectus for details. To apply, artists/curators compile an exhibition narrative, images and CV(s). New England artists eligible: MA, NH, CT, RI, VT, ME. For group proposals, at least 50% of the artists must be from within New England. At least 50% of the proposed work must be created within the last 2 years.
Deadline to Apply: Sunday May 29, 11:59pm
Two Exhibition Options:
In your application you may state a preference, but your proposal will be automatically considered for both. We will choose two exhibitions.
July 31 – August 27, 2016
October 2 – November 5, 2016
Application Fee: $40
Find prospectus and to apply online: http://gallery263.com/artist-opportunities/curatorial-proposal-series/
Questions? Ask us: firstname.lastname@example.org
“The Human Form” an online Group Exhibition, 21 artists will be chosen for the exhibit, 3 artists will be selected for each of the 7 different medium categories: (1) Painting (2) Drawing (3) Collage (4) Photography (5) Sculpture (6) Digital Art and (7) Fiber Art.
Deadline: September 28, 2015 (Midnight EST)
The Theme is “Human Form”, Seven Mediums the work should convey the grace, beauty, movement, power, mechanics or any other aspects of the human form. The curators and judges will select work based on the originality, uniqueness of the vision conveyed, and quality of execution. The work can be expressed from realism to abstraction. The Exhibit opens October 16, 2015 and the artists and Exhibit will be extensively marketed with numerous Press Releases, Social Media Marketing, Event Listings & Event Calendars, and featured in our Art Market Newsletter with over 16,000 subscribers.
Link To Art Call: “The Human Form”
“Flowers of Spring” Art Call by Art-Competition.net with $7,600 in Cash and Prizes. Deadline: May 11, 2015. (Winners will receive extensive marketing of their work.)
Theme: “Flowers of Spring” The seasonal shift into spring historically has inspired artists to create some of their most beautiful works of art. Spring flowers have symbolized new life, beauty, peace and love. The abundance of flowers in the spring has always inspired and challenged the creative mind.
This international juried competition is open to all artists 18 years of age or older. Entry fees: $20 (1 image), $35 (3 images) and $60 (7 images). The artist’s work can be any two-dimensional still medium, Painting, Drawing, Photography, Digital Art, Collage, Flat Fiber Art, etc. The work can be from representational to non-representational.
To read more and enter the art call “Flowers Of Spring”
Art-Competition.net is proud to announce a call to artists/photographers: “Emotion And Energy of Color II”, with cash prizes doubled = $1,500 in cash and $6,825 in prizes – (Winners will receive extensive marketing of their work.) Deadline: April 20, 2015.
Theme: “Emotion & Energy of Color II” The visual narrative of the work should present an individual interpretation of the subject, expressed in the emotion, energy and power of color. How you as a visual artist/photographer interpret the world, your surroundings, dreams, passion, spirituality and emotions with color.
The work can express any aspect from representational to abstract. An online-juried international fine art competition open to all artists/photographers 18 years of age or older working in any 2 dimensional medium, drawing, painting, photography, digital art, collage, etc.
Cash prizes have doubled First Place $1,000 in cash etc…
$1,500 in cash and $6,825 in prizes.
Deadline: April 20, 2015
Art Call Link: “Emotion And Energy of Color II”
Open for Submissions, $7,575 in Cash and Prizes.
Deadline: October 12, 2014 (Midnight EST)
Theme: “Water” The Essence of Life – Artists work that connects the viewer with the essence of life; water. The work can reflect on the simplicity of a single drop to the power of a raging ocean. It is the most powerful force on earth, it can humble us in the wake of a storm, provide us with endless energy, it is necessary for our survival, it can be the most destructive force on earth and its beauty cannot be denied. All life on earth is connected by the need for water. Artists throughout history have captured it in all of its forms: drops, rain, storms, streams, lakes, rivers and oceans.
Open for Submissions $3,800 in cash and prizes
Schedule: Opens February 04, 2014
Deadline April 06, 2014 (Midnight est)
“Scapes”, land, city, sea and mindscapes: The work can be paintings in any medium, representational to abstract. The visual narrative of the work should transport the viewer to experience the beauty, uniqueness, or fantasy of the place. The work should be paintings in any medium and expressed from representational to nonrepresentational images.
We are looking for participants for the Sandy Spring Museum Extreme Exhibit Makeover. The Extreme Exhibit Makeover is a process of creating new exhibits in the museum through the collaboration of professionals from different fields – history, art, exhibit design, and so on – and a member of the local community.
The project involves identifying experts in various fields who will be placed on one of two teams. Each team will consist of a historian, an artist – either a visual artist or an exhibit designer – a curator, and a member of the public. Working collaboratively, each team will come up with an idea for an exhibit that focuses on an aspect of local culture and its historic roots. The teams will have three months to conduct the background research, select artifacts and photos, create graphics, and design the exhibit. At the end of three months, the teams will be brought together to install their exhibits on the same day. The exhibit installation will be open to the public who will vote on the “people’s choice” winner.
A stipend will be paid to all participants.
Deadline is August 25, 2013.
If you are an artist interested in participating, please visit http://www.sandyspringmuseum.org/plan-your-visit/exhibits/extreme-exhibit-makeover/
Proposals should involve, be inspired by, investigate, or interpret themes of light, from light as medium to light as concept. Additionally,1708 Gallery encourages artists to propose projects that respond to/interact with the site, considering the historic significance of the Canal, Shockoe Bottom and Shockoe Slip.
In addition to technical and production support, an honorarium of $300 will be given to each project. All projects are also eligible for the Best in Show award ($1500), the Most Environmentally Conscious award ($1000) and the People’s Choice award ($500).
The deadline for proposals has been extended to 11:59 p.m. (EST), July 21!
1708 Gallery, a non-profit space for new art in Richmond, VA, invites artists working in all media and disciplines, including performance, to submit proposals for InLight Richmond 2013, the 6th annual one-night, public exhibition of light-based art and performance. InLight Richmond 2013 will take place on Friday, November 8 along Richmond’s Riverfront Canal Walk. The juror for InLight Richmond 2013 is Ken Farmer, Creative Director of Nuit Blanche New York .
For more information about InLight Richmond 2013 and to submit a proposal, please visit: www.1708gallery.org/inlight.