Deadline: Jan. 3, 2015 – Call for Submissions – FishFood Magazine

FishFood Magazine is now accepting submissions for its second issue, LIVING.

We are looking for simple and raw materials that define what ‘living’ means to the average individual. For example, a person can submit a photograph of the everyday occurrence of brushing one’s teeth or a poem describing real life emotions that we all experience everyday. Someone can even send a short film about a person working a meaningless 9-5 job, existing but hardly living, unsatisfied with life. There are plenty of areas to go with this theme and so don’t be afraid to get dirty or creative and send anything that you feel speaks to you regarding life itself.

To see what we accept or for more information, please review our Submit page at our website, www.fishfoodmagazine.com.

Deadline for submissions is January 3, 2015.

Thank you!

Deadline: March 15 – Call for submissions: SUPERNOVA Performance Art Festival

The SUPERNOVA Performance Art Festival is a Rosslyn Arts Project presented by the Rosslyn Business Improvement District (BID) and produced by The Pink Line Project. SUPERNOVA will debut June 6-­‐9, 2013, throughout Rosslyn, Virginia, in raw spaces, office lobbies, rooftops, parks, the Metro station, and other public places. SUPERNOVA will bring together emerging and established local, regional, national and international performance artists to present an expansive range of positions and approaches to performance art. A unique showcase of energetic artistic activity and action, SUPERNOVA is poised to establish Rosslyn as a preeminent territory for contemporary art experience.

SUPERNOVA is now accepting submissions for this performance art festival! Multi-­‐site, multi-­‐day, transdisciplinary, anti-­‐conventional, SUPERNOVA will include and not be limited to: performance art, live art, body art, relational art, action art, happenings, actions, interventions, works-­‐as-­‐yet-­‐ undefined, and those never-­‐to-­‐be defined. Or whatever you want, or refuse, to call it. Selected artists will receive a $250 honorarium, with the opportunity to apply for more funding. Limited housing and accommodations will be available, but not guaranteed. Artists are encouraged to seek individual funding for SUPERNOVA. Letters of acceptance and any supplementary materials will be provided to selected artists.

The deadline to submit entries is 5 p.m., March 15, 2013, and all decisions will be finalized by 9 a.m., April 5, 2013. Applicants are encouraged to take inspiration from the modern public parks, diversity of architecture, proximity to Washington, D.C., and lively corporate environment that makes Rosslyn so unique.

All submissions and inquiries can be sent to Eames Armstrong, chief curator at eames@pinklineproject.com.
Submissions should be formatted as a single PDF document, which includes:
• Bio and artist statement
• Title, description and duration of proposed piece(s) for SUPERNOVA
• Five .jpeg images with corresponding image script
• Link to artist’s website and online video.
• Resume/CV

In the words of performance artist Guillermo Gómez-­‐Peña, “Our job may be to open up a temporary utopian/dystopian space, a de-­‐militarized zone in which meaningful ‘radical’ behavior and progressive thought are hopefully allowed to take place, even if only for the duration of the piece. In this imaginary zone, both artist and audience members are given permission to assume multiple and ever changing positionalities and identities. In this border zone, the distance between ‘us’ and ‘them,’ self and other, art and life, becomes blurry and unspecific.” (from In Defense of Performance Art)

(ongoing) Call For Entries: Work In Progress – FREE SUBMISSION

Submit Work in Progress Pictures – For Free!

It’s a good idea to get as much exposure as you can. Create interest and reach a wider audience with a few WIP pictures and let them know what they can expect!

Submission is free (of course)!

Submit ANYTIME!

There is a selection process, and it may take a while before your image shows up.

You can submit more than one image.

To Submit please visit: http://namingceremonygallery.tumblr.com/submit

Deadline: April 30 – Call For Entries: Here’s To You Tribute Series: Sci-Fi​

Countless of foundational worlds have been created by amazing authors and film-makers.   Feel free to break the mold with your own creations or reference/ interpret the classics from the obscure to mainstream, icons, idols, animation, writer/creator portraits, creatures, heroes and villains.  Fan art, fan fiction, and homage pieces is what it’s all about.

$5 for 6 art submissions, $5 for 3 Literary submissions
Deadline is April 30, 2013

For complete information visit: http://www.namingceremonygallery.com/#!current-calls-for-entries/c1soq

Storybook Fragments Call For Entries

Storybook Fragments
Call for entries. Online exhibition and Art Magazine publication

For this exhibition, we’re looking for art, poetry and short stories​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 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.

Please read our SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Entry fee: $20 for six (6) entries, $5 for each additional entry

Deadline is November 30, 2012

To submit and for more information, Please visit, http://www.namingceremonygallery.com/#!current-calls-for-entries/c1soq

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.