Gallery 25N [G25N] is presenting a group exhibition of work relating to pets by eleven contemporary artists. The artists featured in this show are:
Evelyn McCorristin Peters
In accordance with this shows curators theme “Pets We Love” the artists work has been selected for the quality of the image presented that expresses their love for and understanding of how pets become family, and are caring companions that we love and honor. Their relationship to us is as working, service and emotional loving partners from the exotic to the domestic animals. It is no wonder that they have graced historic and contemporary works of art. Whether we have or do not have a pet we all still need to respect and protect them.
This exhibit “Pets We Love” is proud to support the ASPCA and its mission to save lives. To learn more, visit: aspca.org.
Gallery 25N [G25N] is happy to have worked with Art-competition.netto curate this exhibit of international contemporary artists’ work. Our mission is to help promote emerging and established artists and their art to a worldwide audience. Our clientele and audience have been developed over the past twelve years and are comprised of art buyers, collectors, architects, commercial developers, interior designers, curators and other galleries.
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The 19th Annual Telfair Art Fair will be held November 16th and 17th in the heart of historic downtown Savannah, Georgia. There will be an Opening Night Preview on Friday, November 15th. This popular southern open air art fair attracts thousands of high-end art collectors, tourists, area residents and families and is open to artists displaying and selling works in various artistic disciplines including painting, printmaking, drawing/pastel, digital media, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics/pottery, photography, furniture, glass, textiles/fiber, and mixed media. Approximately 120 artists will be selected for the 19th Annual Telfair Art Fair and $12,000 in prizes will be awarded.
For and About: Art and Reactions to Superstorm Sandy
Curated by Radar Curatorial
Deadline to Apply: June 5, 2013
Exhibition Dates: September 27, 2013 – February 14, 2014
BAC Gallery seeks work that extends beyond documentation for For and About: Art and Reactions to Superstorm Sandy, a curatorial project focused on how artists experience and interpret natural disasters. The show is open to visual and literary artists based in Brooklyn, who wish to present work dedicated to people affected by Hurricane Sandy, and/or about the storm’s impact on Brooklyn. For and About is an opportunity to focus on the communities hit hardest by the storm, creating a space to reflect on the collective and individual experiences at the one-year anniversary of the storm.
The project will include a group exhibition of visual artworks on display in BAC Gallery as well as a site-specific installation integrated into the Dumbo community during the Dumbo Arts Festival. For this multi-faceted curatorial project, Radar Curatorial will also gather written work along the same theme to present in a limited-edition printed zine and to publish online at brooklynartscouncil.org.
What can nature tell us? For centuries – if not millennia- Human Beings have found ways to relate to nature, to derive meaning from our interaction between the elements, flora, and fauna- be it simply capturing a beautiful scene with the local animals or creating a meaningful and fable-like composition. For this exhibition, we want your unique take on the classic theme of nature.
All international artists, professional and amateur and all art mediums will be considered in this call for entries from photography to wall sculpture, fabric, mixed media, all paintings and drawings including, oil, acrylic, pastels, ink, graphite, etc. Work must be able to be hung on a wall to be considered. Video submissions will be displayed online only.
Deadline: July 1, 2013.
Accepted entries for this online exhibition will be judged again for a collective live exhibition at our Pasadena Gallery. The artists will be asked if they wish to submit their artwork for the live collective exhibition, which is not a requirement to being a part of the online exhibition.
Storybook Fragments Call for entries. Online exhibition and Art Magazine publication
For this exhibition, we’re looking for art, poetry and shortstories for children that seems to be part of a larger narrative. We want art the invites a young child’s imagination to expand the narrative beyond what they see in the picture, to get them thinking about what the meanings are “between the lines” and allow them to grow from the experience. Send in your best interpretation of this initiative while making sure it is child-friendly.
What happens if your work is accepted? Your piece will be permanently represented in our online gallery (with a chance to sell it) Your piece will appear in our periodic Magazine issue which will be published both online and in print. The print version will be available for ordering online, world-wide so you can direct followers, fans, friends and family to your published works. You will be eligible for the publication of an art book that will be available worldwide online for ordering.
*Not all artists will be accepted for the online gallery and magazine.
*Not all of those accepted artists will be in the published, physical art book.
DEADLINE EXTENDED to midnight Tuesday July 31, 2012!
1708 Gallery invites artists working in all media and disciplines to submit proposals for InLight Richmond 2012. InLight is an annual juried, public exhibition of light-based art and performance taking place November 2 in downtown Richmond, VA. 1708 Gallery encourages artists to propose projects that respond directly to the site. This year’s juror is Melissa Ho, assistant curator at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.
An honorarium of $300 will be given to each project. All entries are eligible for the Best in Show award ($1500) and the People’s Choice Award ($500). Green projects are encouraged, and all green entries are also eligible for the Best in Green award ($1500).
The deadline for submissions is midnight, July 31, 2012.
Visual Artists Opportunity – Now Accepting Entries.
ART BUZZ is now accepting submissions for the 2014 juriedFine Art Search for Exposure & Recognition which is open to visual artists, worldwide, who work in any visual art media (must be 18 or older). Art Buzz founder Tony Blue knows how important EXPOSURE is and all serious visual artists are encouraged to enter this juried competition. Award winners will be featured in the international, hardcover publication: Art Buzz, The 2014 Collection. The selection process is fair, unbiased and based solely on each individual artist’s submitted work.
cover of the Art Buzz 2013 Collection
The deadline for entries is September 30, 2013 (entries in by 6/15/13 discounted).For more information regarding the competition, awards, fee and entry forms, log on to www.artbuzz.org/competition.html.
Griffin Museum of Photography’s 18th Annual Juried Exhibition
Exhibit dates: July 19th – September 2nd, 2012
67 Shore Road, Winchester MA 01890
Call for Entries
AWARDS: $1,000 Arthur Griffin Legacy Award, $500 Griffin Award
ELIGIBILITY: This Call for Entries is open to all photographers. Entrants must be members of the Griffin Museum of Photography (with an expiration after 4/1/2012) The Griffin Museum invites photographers working in all mediums, styles and schools of thought to participate. Experimental and mixed techniques are welcome. We encourage submitting images from a singular body of work for a cohesive selection for the Juried Exhibition. A unified body of photographs indicates to the juror you’ve carefully considered your selected edit and are committed to your photography. Artwork selected for gallery exhibition will be limited to FRAMED SIZE of 30x40in.
JUROR: Paul Kopeikin, Kopeikin Gallery
Paul Kopeikin has owned and directed the Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles since 1991. He has mounted over 150 exhibitions of classic, modern and contemporary photography and works on paper. This includes exhibitions by such luminaries as Diane Arbus, Garry Winnogrand, Helen Levitt, Lee Friedlander, Weegee, Marion Post Wolcott and Ralph Eugene Meatyard. Contemporary artists Chris Jordan, Amy Stein and Jill Greenberg all got their start at the gallery. The gallery has participated in numerous art fairs and Mr. Kopeikin has juried numerous exhibitions. And yet he never tires of more.
ENTRY FEE: The entry fee is $15 for 5 images. Members at the Dual level ($75) and above may submit up to 8 images.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: January 31, 2012 – March 31, 2012
HOW TO ENTER:
Fill out submission form and upload your images using form below
Pay your entry fee. Payments are made online by credit card.