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CodaworxRFP: NJ Climate Resilience Public Art ProjectsNew Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts are pleased to present this call for artists as part of the Coastal Risk Communications Campaign. This exciting opportunity is open for submissions from professional artists, over the age of 18, who are current residents of the State of New Jersey, or who live within 100 miles of the New Jersey state border. The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-08 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFP: San Pablo Avenue RoundaboutSan Pablo Avenue represents the next step in the city's evolution. Located perpendicular to and north of Highway 111 and El Paseo, the mile-long corridor connects these vibrant commercial areas with residential neighborhoods as well as College of the Desert, Palm Desert City Hall and the Civic Center Park. Recent improvements to San Pablo Avenue include landscaping, bicycle lanes, options for outdoor dining, pocket parks with interactive amenities, community gardens, and a space for a farmer's market and other special events. The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-15 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFP: 2021 Sculpture Walk - Erie, PAErie Arts & Culture and the Erie Downtown Development Corporation are initiating a public art project designed to be highly visible and create pedestrian-scaled environments for the enjoyment of residents, visitors, and the public at large. We are soliciting Requests for Proposals from artists or artist teams who have established reputations for design, execution, and installation of original outdoor sculptures. Sculptures will be displayed from June 2021 through August 2023 in Downtown Erie and along the Lake Erie Bayfront. For the first wave of this initiative, a minimum of eight and a maximum of 15 sculptures will be leased from artists and installed as temporary public art exhibitions.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-02-22 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFP Canal Convergence 2021: Request for Temporary Public Art ProposalsCanal Convergence | Water + Art + Light Request for Temporary Public Art Proposals Deadline: Friday, March 26, 2021, 11:59 p.m. Arizona time (year-round Mountain Standard Time)The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a?2021-03-26 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFQ: FORUM PARK - Fort Myers, FLThe City of Fort Myers Public Art Committee is requesting artists to submit qualifications for a public art project in a new park that is being constructed in The Forum, a 706-acre master-planned, mixed-use development east of I-75 between Colonial Boulevard (Exit 136) and SR 82 (Exit 138). The Forum contains dense retail, residential, and office sites. It was originally developed by a group spearheaded by former NBA star and renowned coach Pat Riley. In fact, The Forum takes its name from the arena that is home to the world champion Los Angeles Lakers basketball team. However, the proposed park will not include any basketball courts.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-12 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFQ: Percent for Art Commission - Col?iste Ch? ChulainnThis includes the costs of any materials, artist's fees, design development, artists' insurance, supply and installation, signage, travel, and any other costs incurred in the production of the project / artwork. The PAWG would like that you are considerate of the following elements when you consider applying for this commission: an imaginative and engaging permanent artwork to be sited outside the front of their school building, a meaningful creative process that will involve and engage some of their 640 students, and the history of the school and it's location being in close proximity to what was the a??Great Northern Railway Line, etc.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-04-02 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFP: Community Planning and Economic Development - MinneapolisThe City of Minneapolis invites artists whose practice involves public art and community engagement to apply for a new project with an experimental approach to more collectively determining future sites for public art. The vision of the 2021 Project is to bring artists and city staff together early in the planning stages of public spaces to produce more integrated, community-responsive public art. Four artists will be paired with three city departmentsa??one at Property Services, one at the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, two at Public Worksa??to dig into their a??capital improvement projectsa?? (spaces and properties under development), conduct parallel community engagement, and select a set of them to formally recommend to a Public Art Advisory Panel for a different, future phase of artwork proposals.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-02-26 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFP: Labyrinth Gateway, NJReimagine Runnemede is seeking an artist or team of artists to create a gateway to a meditative labyrinth. RR is looking for applications showing artists conceptual plans and preliminary designs in advance of fabrication and installation of the work to be located in Beaver Branch Park (Green Acres) Runnemede, NJ.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-01 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFQ: West Elizabeth Corridor ProjectThe City of Fort Collins, Colorado, Art in Public Places Program (APP) is seeking submissions to select an artist/artist team to develop art concepts for the West Elizabeth Corridor Project. The project plan details a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)system supported by related roadway, bicycle, and pedestrian improvements. The multi modal improvements would meet current demand and future growth by consolidating existing service to BRT, connecting to CSU and the existing MAX line, and completing an enhanced and connected bicycling and pedestrian network. The artists/teams will work with the project team to develop concepts for art at the site. Artists/teams will be selected based on their qualifications/application materials.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-01 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFP: Art for the PeopleThis commission shall facilitate the design and fabrication of a piece of public art to serve as a public form of cultural education and a catalyst for dialogue about human rights issues in the community. This work will encourage audience interaction and will acknowledge the history of colonialism and white supremacy in Georgia while teaching residents about how to be an antiracist community member for the future. In light of Beacon Hill's successful movement to remove the Lost Cause Confederate Monument that stood outside the Dekalb Courthouse since 1908, this work should stand as a new monument - one that properly reflects the goals and values of the Decatur Community and its residents of color.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-01 00:00:00Link
CodaworxOttawa Public Library and Library and Archives Canada Joint Facility - Indigenous Public Art opportunitiesThe City of Ottawa invites Indigenous artists to submit applications for five Indigenous public art opportunities for the new Ottawa Public Library and Library and Archives Canada Joint Facility. The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-05-31 00:00:00Link
CodaworxHudson Valley Artwork - testThe global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-19 00:00:00Link
CodaworxUniversity Health Women's & Children's Hospital: Public Elevator Lobbies, Floors G-12 - SA, TXUniversity Health's program seeks an artist or artist team to artfully enhance the public elevator lobbies for Levels G-12 of the new Women's & Children's Hospital at University Hospital's Medical Center campus. This includes designing and incorporating wayfinding signage in these spaces. The building is set to open in early 2023. The commissioned artwork will thoughtfully respond to this unique context in a way consistent with the mission of University Health.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-01 00:00:00Link
CodaworxUniversity Health Women's & Children's Hospital: Donor Wall Art at Level 1 Lobby Glass - SA, TXUniversity Health's Salud-Arte: Art of Healing program seeks an artist or artist team to design a donor wall for the Level 1 Lobby Glass of the new Women's & Children's Hospital at University Hospital's Medical Center campus. The building is set to open in early 2023. The commissioned artwork will thoughtfully respond to this unique context in a way consistent with the mission of University Health and will incorporate the names of approximately 20,000 donors into the design.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-01 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFQ: North 12th Street - Gateway ProjectThe City of Sacramento, Sacramento Office of Arts + Culture (OAC), a division of the City of Sacramento Convention and Cultural Services Department, invites Artists and Artist teams to submit their qualifications for a new Gateway sculpture project at or near the intersection of Richards Blvd and North 12th Street. The project will welcome visitors to the River District and become an important threshold for vehicular traffic coming from Hwy 160 and traveling toward downtown Sacramento.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-02-23 00:00:00Link
CodaworxFOUNDERS PARK OUTDOOR SCULPTURE EXHIBITIONThe Public Art Committee of Johnson City, Tenn., is seeking pieces of leasable outdoor sculpture to be installed for two years in Founders Park and several other sites in Johnson City. Compensation to the selected artists will be provided by private donations. Each artist will receive a $2,000 stipend (per piece), exposure on the city's website, including a new virtual map and tour of all public art installations, and other related media.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx2021-02-28 00:00:00Link
CodaworxUniversity Health Women's & Children's Hospital: Design Enhancement for Hospital Levels G-12, SA, TXUniversity Health'sa?: Art of Healing program seeks artists and artist teams to artfully enhance with original designs select locations/areas on twelve floors of the new Women's & Children's Hospital at University Health's Medical Center campus. Designs will be printed on wall films, acrovyn, and/or other similar materials and be thoughtfully integrated within the architectural features of each floor. The building is set to open in early 2023. The commissioned artwork will thoughtfully respond to this unique context in a way consistent with the mission of University Health.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-01 00:00:00Link
CodaworxCulver City Public Art RFQual: The Green Open Space at Washington & National Blvds.The City of Culver City will implement a permanent Public Art Program for the Washington/National TOD (Transit Oriented Development) District. The Washington National TOD Gateway Public Art Program will inspire artists in the creation of world-class, aesthetically rigorous artwork(s) that respond to the natural, cultural, and infrastructural resources present at the site.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-04 00:00:00Link
CodaworxOutside the BoxPalm Beach County Art in Public Places will commission up to twenty-three (23) student, emerging, and professional artists who reside in Palm Beach County, to transform ordinary traffic signal boxes (TSBs) into three-dimensional artworks. Selected artworks will be installed on Florida Department of Transportation TSBs. Located in municipal and unincorporated Belle Glade, Pahokee and South Bay, TSBs are ideal a??canvasesa?? to enhance streetscapes, humanize the built environment, and foster a unique sense of place for residents and visitors to the Lake Region. Artists are invited to create original art, in diverse media, inspired by contemporary and historical attributes of the Lake Region's natural and human-made environments, communities, recreational activities, education, arts, culture, industry and more. Artists interested in taking the leap from studio art to public art, and those who create site-specific works, are encouraged to apply.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-02-26 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFQ: Kennebec on FireKennebec on Fire is a seasonal public art installation in the Kennebec River. The first installation site is at the Great Eddy, below the gorge, in Skowhegan, Maine. The sculptures will be designed to include a fire brazier and be installed on floating bases anchored to the riverbed. The sculptures will be on display from mid-June to late September. The braziers in the sculptures will be lit 4-6 times per season for light festivals and during other corner-stone events in Skowhegan. The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-02-28 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFQ: Roundabout at Mulberry Avenue and Second StreetThe City of Muscatine's Public Art Advisory Commission is open to a range of project ideas from multi-piece installations to a single, more a??monumentala?? element. The goal is to install a permanent work that reflects the Muscatine community and/or its history, is unique to Muscatine, can be easily maintained, is designed to be durable, and will not impede the safety of motorists or pedestrians. The Advisory Commission will consider artists who work in materials and forms that meet these criteria. The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-01 00:00:00Link
CodaworxPlacemaking Art for New CUNA Mutual BuildingTHIS CALL HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO MARCH 10, 2021.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-10 00:00:00Link
CodaworxCity of Coeur d'Alene ID Fourth Street Parking Garage Public Art ProjectCoeur d'Alene is a resort city in northern Idaho, located on picturesque Lake Coeur d'Alene, where visitors from all over the world enjoy the region's sparkling lakes, green forests, and bountiful rivers, along with mountain and water sports. This Request for Qualifications is for art that will be located on the East exterior wall of a new public parking structure located at Fourth Street and Coeur d'Alene Avenue in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. The goal for the piece is to significantly beautify one of the primary pedestrian and vehicle passageways of the downtown core. The art will be installed vertically, anchored onto a wall made of concrete masonry blocks.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-02-26 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFP: Aurora Public Art: Mexican Folk Art MuralThe City of Aurora has acquired a grant from the Burlington Northern Foundation to paint a Community Heritage and History Mural on the New York Street BNSF viaduct wall. The Aurora Public Art Commission (APAC) is inviting multiple artists from the Aurora region to submit full-color proposals of alebrijes, colorful spirit animals from the Mexican Folk Art tradition.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-01 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFP: Creative Spark SculptureFor this round of Creative Sparks the City of Bloomington's Creative Placemaking Commission in partnership with Artistry seeks proposals for permanent or temporary sculptures that will be on display in Bloomington's South Loop district - specifically at Bloomington Central Station Park (for temporary or permanent sculptures) or River Ridge Park (for temporary sculptures). Due to the impact of COVID-19 and the unforeseen duration of the impact and health guidelines, our intention is to create more opportunities to physically distance while enjoying the outdoors. Sculptures will be included in our South Loop Guidebook within the Otocast Audio Guide App allowing for a safe and fun way to find and learn about the new sculptures as well as other creative placemaking projects in the area.The selected sculptures will, independently and collectively, bring beauty, delight, interest, and a sense of whimsy to the area and will be enjoyed by South Loop residents, workers, and visitors.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-01 00:00:00Link
CodaworxLook Both WaysLook Both Ways is a program designed by Fundaci MAPFRE to help prevent such deaths and injuries by getting people to act with more awareness and empathy for other drivers, pedestrians and people using other modes of transportation, including bikes and scooters. It is part of the foundation's efforts to support the global Vision Zero movement. After a successful pilot last year in Boston featured an interactive Virtual Reality safe driving game, we're hitting the road in the Spring of 2021, going to college campuses and high schools in Massachusetts and Connecticut. The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-02-26 00:00:00Link
CodaworxCity of Santa Fe - Southside Teen CenterNew Mexico Arts and the Local Selection Committee for City of Santa Fe seek an artist or artist team to create an interior site-specific commission project in collaboration with the community, at the new Santa Fe Southside Teen Center, set for completion in 2022. The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-31 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFP: Sentara Brock Cancer Center Public ArtThe Public Art Planning Committee seeks to hire an artist to design and create exterior artwork that represents healing, hope, and resiliency. The work should be elegant, sophisticated, and visually stimulating. We hope the artwork will convey a sense of peace and serenity and lift-up the patients, families, and staff who come to the building. Artists may want to explore organic, natural themes and shapes that are tactile and engaging.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-02-25 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFP: Monrovia Neighborhood Treasures ProgramThe Neighborhood Treasures Program celebrates Monrovia's unsung heroes for their contributions to the community through public art. These art pieces are unique to the specific person being honored and will enrich the lives of those who view it and improve neighborhoods just by its presence. The post provides a consistent identifying marker for the program. Each piece will be attached to a Neighborhood Treasure post with plaque (provided by the City) that provides background on the recipient. The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-04-15 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFP: Wake Forest Gateway Crosswalk ProjectThe Town of Wake Forest, Wake Forest Downtown Development Inc., and the Wake Forest Public Art Commission seek a local artist from the Wake Forest Guild of Artists and/or local Wake Forest artist to create a simple crosswalk design for the crosswalk located between Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and the underpass on Front Street. The design must be inspired by the Wake Forest Downtown logo. The chosen design will be made into a stencil to be applied to the crosswalk surface by May 2021.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-02-26 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFP: Gustavo a??Gusa?? L. Garcia Recreation Center, Phase IIIThe City of Austin Art in Public Places (AIPP) program seeks to commission a visual artist, or artist team, to design and install a permanent exterior mural for the Gus Garcia Recreation Center. The community has stated a strong preference for a mural that will serve as a recognizable visual landmark for the Center. They have also communicated an interest in a mural that reflects the Center's and the surrounding communities' rich diversity, highlighting its welcoming spirit.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-25 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFP: Sculptural Screening for Lift Stations Leesburg FloridaThis is a commissioning of new work by the Leesburg Center for the Arts in partnership with the City of Leesburg. The goal of the project is to use the Public Art Screening to conceal the Lift Stations from view and provide aesthetically pleasing streetscape elements. The artwork should be unique, engaging for passersby, reflective of the community, and not easily scaled. The screening will be placed around several sides of two Lift Stations along a heavily traveled roadway. There are to be 5 screen panels total and each is a different size. The Public Art screening will be placed in front of existing chain link fence enclosures to screen the entirety of the fence encloser and Lift Station. The screen panels are to be free standing. They will not be connected to or lean against the chain link fence. The materials need to withstand a high traffic, public environment,and be capable of withstanding adverse weather conditions common to the state of Florida.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-25 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFP: Nelson Mandela SculptureThe California State University, Fresno Foundation is seeking proposals from artists to submit qualifications to design, fabricate, and install one site-specific sculpture of Nelson Mandela to be placed outdoors in an area known as the Peace Garden.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-31 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFQ: Outdoor Interactive Sculpture Celebrating Chin Culture, Lewisville, TXThe City of Lewisville has released a Request for Qualifications for artists who wish to work on a public art project to celebrate the culture of the Chin refugee community in Lewisville, Texas.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-02-28 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFQ: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Public MonumentAt the February 4, 2020 Fort Wayne City Council Meeting, a resolution was passed initiating a process to request creation of a public display commemorating the words and visit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to Fort Wayne in 1963. City Council recognizes the social value of memorializing King's dream of racial equality and harmony and celebrating the words he spoke at the Scottish Rite Auditorium on June 5, 1963. King visited Fort Wayne on his journey to Washington DC where he would make the historic a??I Have a Dreama?? speech just 2 months later in August of 1963.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-21 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFP: Underwater Reef Sculpture Round 2, Pompano Beach, FLThe City of Pompano Beach is looking to commission an artist/artist team to design and fabricate a sculpture that will be displayed at the beach for a one year. After a year, it will be submerged into the ocean and attached to Lady Luck in shipwreck Park. It will be the selected artist's responsibility to sink and attach the sculpture.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-02-23 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFQ: Congressman John Lewis MemorialThe John Lewis Commemorative Task Force (a??the Task Forcea??) in conjunction with Legacy Decatur is seeking an artist(s) to create site-specific, original artwork for permanent installation to commemorate the life and legacy of the late Congressman John Lewis. This piece will be at the south entrance of the Historic DeKalb County Courthouse located at 101 E Court Square, Decatur, GA 30030 and adjacent to the Decatur Square. The previous Obelisk Monument honors the soldiers of the Confederacy, but fails to address the violence, cruelty and inhumanity of slavery and their acts of sedition against the United States of America, the primary cause for which the Confederacy fought the Civil War.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-03 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFQ: Flood Control MuralThree soil retaining walls have recently been completed on the north bank of the Rillito River near the Tucson Racquet & Fitness Club. These walls will serve as a surface for an expansive unified mural or can be treated with separate themes dependent on the artist's vision in collaboration with the community feed-back from the artist selection panel. Given the substantial dimensions and distance for viewing artists whose work involves optical illusions are strongly encouraged to apply. There is also strong interest in artist teams.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-08 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFQ: City of Clearwater Police Substation IIIThe Clearwater Public Art & Design Program seeks an artist or artist team to develop artwork for the Clearwater Police Department Substation III Redevelopment. The project will consist of the demolition of the current substation, built in 1983, and the construction of a new 22,000 SF facility built to withstand a category 5 hurricane. This new facility will house an Emergency Operations Center and police training spaces. District III personnel are responsible for responding to, and handling, law enforcement calls for service, performing directed and proactive patrols of problem areas, community engagement, and general enforcement of local, state, and federal laws.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-02 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFP: Park Rapids Public Art OpportunityDowntown Park Rapids serves as the heart of the community with a variety of shops and restaurants. The Downtown Business Association promotes Downtown by creating memorable experiences through arts, entertainment and cultural education and enhancing small-town charm, ensuring downtown is visible and open for business, and connecting, promoting and advocating for member businesses. Pioneer Park is a small park located on the second block of Main Avenue South. The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-01 00:00:00Link
CodaworxRFQ: Public Art Project Sun Valley Neighborhood - DenverThe City of Denver's Public Art Program seeks to commission an artist or team of artists to create original public artworks for the Sun Valley Neighborhood in Denver. A selection panel of community representatives, arts and culture professionals, and civic leaders has been assembled to identify art opportunities, and to select and recommend an artist or artist team for this project. Sun Valley is significant historically as a gathering place and home for indigenous communities, the Chicano community, and more recent immigrant communities. The panel hopes to see artwork(s) that reflect the rich diversity of cultures over time. Artworks should enhance the experience of families and communities in the area and the panel would like to see some direct community engagement in the design, installation and/or programming of the work. Artworks could be created using diverse media including sculpture, light, sound and in-ground mosaic applications.The global online community that celebrates design projects featuring commissioned artworks.a? 2020 CODAworx All Rights Reserved2021-03-22 00:00:00Link
artrabbitCooper Hewitt Interaction Lab Presents: Activating Smithsonian Open AccessTheFrom these proposals, up to six finalists will receive $10,000 to develop their ideas into functioning prototypes to be presented and used by the public. A significant goal of the program is to identify compelling projects that the Interaction Lab might explore for wider use in the future. Creators will own all intellectual property they create in ASOA, subject to the Smithsonian?s license as set forth in the2021-02-23 00:00:00Link
artrabbitEast Quay Curator/ProducerContains Art CIC is seeking a dynamic arts curator/producer to take the lead on its gallery and associated cultural programme at East Quay, a brand new arts and cultural project, which includes new galleries, and which opens to the public in the summer of 2021.1st March 2021Link
artrabbitMicro - Commission for Tower Hamlets and Kensington & Chelsea ResidentsPoplar Union joins forces with Finborough Theatre in west London in a cross-London digital festival celebrating the creativity of both communities in response to the historical milestone of the Poplar Rates Rebellion of 1921.We?re inviting all residents of the Boroughs of Tower Hamlets and Kensington & Chelsea to submit a proposal outlining their creative response to the events of this time to be part of Poplarism!, a digital festival taking place in May this year.The winning submissions will be streamed online ? submissions from Tower Hamlets will be streamed on Finborough Theatre?s YouTube/digital channels, and submissions from Kensington and Chelsea will be streamed on Poplar Union?s YouTube/digital channels. There will also be Q&A sessions online every day during the festival with the artists involved.: 1 March 2021Link
artrabbitscreen_time Call for Content: writing on photography and digital culturescreen_time is a new independent print magazine about photography and the internet. We untangle the complex relationships between networked photography, culture and politics, and investigate the technologies that have spawned new ways of seeing. We are currently on the lookout for original writing on visual culture, networked photography and our increasingly digital lives.If you're looking for an opportunity to extend or build up your portfolio, send them your submissions for screen_time issue 1!: 1 March 2021Link
artrabbitAmpersand/Photoworks FellowshipThe Ampersand/Photoworks Fellowship will provide a transformative opportunity for a mid-career artist to complete a new body of work. This new opportunity aims to enable and nurture the creation of new work through a combination of support including a ?15,000 award, mentoring and curatorial support, a dedicated public programme and digital content with international reach, production budget and touring exhibition. We are looking for projects which are already in the development phase that will benefit from financial resources and curatorial guidance and which can be completed in a 12 month timeframe by April 2022.: 28 February 2021Link
artrabbitD6 Culture in Transit Illustration CommissionWe're looking for expressions of interest from artists/illustrators/designers based in the North of England to produce a series of illustrations that capture our values and artistic programme, which centres on complex conversations around migration, diversity and cultural heritage. The final commission should reflect our 3 areas of work: Fairness and Equity, Heritage and Migration and Sustainability.The commissioned Designer will produce a portfolio of illustrations / graphic elements and GIFS; templates for website, social media and print advertising and a Book of Standards to explain how the elements above should be used. We are looking for a designer that can deliver these to a high standard, with a keen interest and understanding of D6 and the themes of our programme.First Stage Design Fee: ?750.00 for each of 3 selected expressions of interest, progressing to ?3,000.00 to 1 applicant selected for the overall commission.: 1 March 2021Link
artrabbitSingapore Art Museum Open Call 2021SAM Residencies is now accepting applications for the 2021 cycle for three residencies ? the2021-02-28 00:00:00Link
artrabbitCall for Artist and Designers: Earth Day ExperienceEcoArt Project invites artists and designers to submit art in any medium: painting, drawing, print, sculpture, ceramics, textile, installation, mixed media, film, digital, performance, etc. Applications (art portfolio and artist bio) will be reviewed for exhibition consideration. Earth Day Experience is an interdisciplinary exhibition to celebrate Earth Day 2021, and create some much-needed artistic vibrancy in NYC.Following a juried review of the applications, five artists/designers will be selected and awarded each with a $3,000 prize. These five artists/designers will be invited to produce a new piece for the Earth Day Experience exhibition that will be installed this spring from April 6 to April 28 at 7 East 14th Street, a venue kindly provided by our partner organization ChaShaMa.: 28 February 2021Link
artrabbitCall for Visual Artists 2021Vibrant, multi-arts festival, JAM on the Marsh, has opened its free Call for Visual Artists. New or existing works welcome. Launched for artists in any medium, we are looking for exhibitions and installations to be displayed on Kent?s Romney Marsh (8th ? 18th July 2021) and via jamconcert.org until December.JAM on the Marsh features world-class music, art, theatre, photography, poetry and workshops. In its 8th season, JAM on the Marsh draws a festival audience of c.17,000 through outstanding live and virtual events. Our publicity reaches 5.8 million people worldwide via TV, radio, press, digital and social media. Selected artists will be able to sell work via jamconcert.org with no commission fee.2021-03-01 00:00:00Link
artrabbitLearning and Engagement Curatorial Fellow at MOSTYNWe are seeking someone with the experience and skills to bring cultural and societal issues to life through the arts, introducing as wide an audience as possible to the benefits and opportunities of contemporary art. The postholder will research and formulate plans for ambitious and experimental approaches to reaching new audiences and widening engagement with our communities.2021-02-28 00:00:00Link
artrabbitDelphian Open Call 2021We are holding our annual open call competition, searching for the most exciting, undiscovered artwork of 2021. It?s completely free to enter and if selected you could have your work included in our print exhibition in London.The first prize winner will receive a fully funded solo exhibition with Delphian Gallery in London in 2021.2021-02-28 00:00:00Link
artrabbitAIR Gallery Open Call for North West Graduates! Best of 2020An opportunity for 20 talented graduates from across the North West to showcase their work.We know many of you have not been able to have a physical degree show this year, or even have the chance to complete your final degree pieces due to the lack of access to facilities and support. We want to provide you with the chance to get your work seen in a group show at AIR Gallery in March 2021 as a way of celebrating the graduating class of 2020.It is free to submit your work to this opportunity and you can submit up to 3 works for consideration. Ideally, we would like to receive either your degree work, a response to this year or something you've made this year that hasn't been seen physically.?Each selected artist will receive ?100 towards transportation/preparation of their work. Additional prizes are available to be won. A selection of those unselected for the physical show will be showcased in a virtual exhibition running alongside the main show.: 28 February 2021Link
artrabbitApply to Forecast's Mentorship ProgramThe mentors in Forecast?s 2021?22 edition engage with practices which question fixed notions and challenge the status quo. In the current social climate, Forecast seeks to chart audacious paths forward rather than focus on mere survival or resilience. Apply for a mentorship now.As selected participant of the Forecast Forum in July 2021, travel and accommodation costs will be reimbursed, and you will receive an artist fee. If selected for the mentoring phase and the subsequent Forecast Festival in April 2022 you will also receive an artist fee and production budget for the realization of your project.: 28 February 2021Link
artrabbitOVER Journal: Call for Papers, Works, ArticlesOVER Journal is a new periodical publication and online platform that proposes to its readers a deep, honest, critical and edifying experience of Photography and Visual Culture.2021-02-28 00:00:00Link
artrabbitIntelligent Museum ResidencyThe ZKM | Karlsruhe and the Deutsches Museum invite international artists to submit innovative project proposals at the intersection of #art and #artificial intelligence (AI) and apply for a two-part artist residency at both institutions as part of the project "The Intelligent Museum".Scholarship recipients will receive a stipend of 1,500? for the three-month duration of the residency. For the realization of the artistic project, a maximum of 2,000? can be spent on necessary material costs after consultation. Also, for travel to the residencies, the scholarship holders can be reimbursed for their travel expenses up to a maximum of 1,000?, taking into account the applicable travel expense laws.2021-02-28 00:00:00Link
artrabbitGrand Prix Images Vevey - International Photography AwardThe international photography award Grand Prix Images Vevey, worth 40 000 CHF ( ~ 37 000 EUR) is one of the largest and longest-standing prizes in Europe and attracts participants from all over the world for each competition. Winning projects are then exhibited at Festival Images Vevey the following year.2021-02-28 00:00:00Link
artrabbitSolo Show at PULPO GALLERYPULPO GALLERY is now accepting submissions for its 2022 OPEN CALL SOLO SHOW. Entries need to be submitted via Instagram and the winner will receive an all expenses paid solo show at PULPO GALLERY in 2022.Entries can take any form of 2-dimensional (such as paintings) or 3-dimensional (such as sculptures) art and need to be submitted via Instagram.2021-10-31 00:00:00Link
artrabbitA Dog's Trail with Snoopy - Opportunity for UK-based amateur or professional artistsDogs Trust, in partnership with Wild in Art and the world-famous Snoopy, is inviting people to explore the city of Cardiff through an exciting new art trail in Spring 2022. It will be formed of over 60 giant Snoopy sculptures which, at the end, will be auctioned to raise money for Dogs Trust.Each of our Snoopy sculptures needs to be transformed into a work of art. Designs are welcome from both emerging and established artists in any medium; traditional to new media, fine art, graffiti, illustration or mosaic. Designs will be shortlisted before being presented to our sponsors. Those that are successfully chosen will then be commissioned and upon completion, each artist will receive a ?900 commission fee, as well as the opportunity to showcase their work as part of this event.Opportuinity for amateur or professional artists, aged 18 or over and living in the UK.: 1 July 2021Link
artrabbitDCA's Arts Activation Fund: Corona Memorials (2020-21)Through Corona Memorials?a re-envisioning of the Arts Activation Fund (AAF) for 2020-21?the City of Los Angeles continues to support artists who live and work in Los Angeles to act as collective-thinkers for our collective awareness and community healing.Corona Memorials seeks to commission approximately 70 creative-tributes by 70 lead artists who will receive seed funding of $600 each to reflect the lifetime of a person who has died from COVID-19 by engaging the family or dearest friends of the deceased.In the end, Corona Memorials may be songs, poems, paintings, photographic presentations, or a mix of these, as well as any other forms, that can be revealed within set of expression to be shared online for the general public.:31 May 2021Link
artrabbitThe Royal Photographic Society's International Photography Exhibition 163Image: Luca Tombolini from the series ?LS IX: Vistas ParadossalesThe open call is now open for the 163rd edition of the International Photography Exhibition. Photographers and image-makers, of all ages, from anywhere in the world, are invited to submit work for exhibition. Submissions are encouraged from new, emerging and established photographers.This is a unique opportunity to exhibit in a group exhibition at The Royal Photographic Society in Bristol, UK, and other nationwide venues. Alongside a prize fund (between ?250 and ?1500) to support future photographic projects, this year we are excited to announce several new awards, including a 2-week solo exhibition and a photographic commission to create new work.Entry fee: One free entry per applicant, then between ?18 and 30 for more entries.: 27 April 2021Link
artrabbitNomadic Island - Artist in Residence CampThe Nomadic Island project is an artist residency project that goes beyond a usual creative residency since it merges with the experience of living in an international community that takes place at the same time. It is an experimentation platform involving an heterogeneous group of artists on one side, and an equally heterogeneous group of local residents on the other side. During a lapse of time of three weeks, the international community-based settlement is intended to create a space to let synergies arise around the theme of alternative ways of living and working.Nomadic Island will provide the artists with a remuneration of 2.000,- euro per artistic contribution. Travel expenses to the Nomadic Island location will be refunded up to 200,- euro upon proof of payment.2021-04-15 00:00:00Link
artrabbit2021 Open Call for Artist Residency in Shinan, South KoreaTaepyung Salt Farm X LAMPLAB seeks artists to submit entries for the juried exhibitionThe winner(s) will receive 5,000,000 KRW (before tax), general expenses and travel expenses will get covered by the organisation. Open to international artists, however, due to COVID, the Korean government is not issuing new visas. You must either have a visa issued already or have Korean citizenship.: 2 April 2021Link
artrabbitDriving the Human. Call for ProposalsDriving the Human invites designers, artists, scientists, initiatives, and agents from any fields of expertise from anywhere in the world, to join us in shaping sustainable and collective futures that combine science, technology, and the arts in a transdisciplinary and collaborative approach.Our Open Call invites proposals that critically engage with the present and propose alternatives to current developments and disruptions, reflecting on what makes us human, and reexamining our relationship with society, the planet, and life itself.Selected applicants will receive an artist fee and a production budget.: 9 April 2021Link
artrabbitThe Baron Prize 2021 for artists, photographers and filmmakersThe BARON PRIZE is a biannual award recognising artists, photographers and filmmakers who have created projects investigating gender, sex, sexuality and identity politics.The BARON PRIZE is open to artists, filmmakers and photographers working in any medium and from anywhere in the world, over the age of 18. The winner, who will be announced in June 2021, will receive ?1000 and a ?1000-gift certificate to spend at Baron Books.BARON Books was launched in 2011, stocked worldwide in 20 different countries, many of our books are in collections including the book collections at MoMA NYC and The LUMA Foundation. Past winners have included Matthew Grubb, Frances Wilks and Ramona Wang.Entry fee: ?20.: 1 April 2021Link
artrabbitAlpine Fellowship Art PrizeAwarded for the best visual arts response to the theme of the Alpine Fellowship 2021 - Untamed: On Wilderness and Civilization.The winner will receive a ?2,000 cash prize and a further ?1,000 towards the artist?s travel, and the shipping and installation of their work at the symposium in Fj?lln?s. All food and accommodation during the symposium are covered by the Alpine Fellowship. Runners up will be invited to attend the Fj?lln?s symposium to exhibit their work, all food and accommodation covered. Travel expenses will be reimbursed up to a total of ?500.Open to all aged +18, all media permitted, including but not limited to painting, sculpture, video, and installation. Limited to one entry per person.: 1 April 2021Link
artrabbitThe Happy Secret Postcard ShowArtists are invited to send a postcard-sized original piece of art on the theme of happy, each artwork should be a6 postcard size. You can submit up to five pieces. Please sign and print your name on the back of the postcard, adding any other information you wish. All money raised will be used to buy happy art boxes and donated to children and adults who are suffering from their mental health. Please send to: Mandy, The Happy Secret Postcard Show, Banks Mmill Studios, 71 bridge street, Derby, DE1 3LB, UK.2021-03-31 00:00:00Link
artrabbitLIVE WORKS ? Free School of Performance OPEN CALLLIVE WORKS ? Free School of Performance is a project by Centrale Fies curated by Barbara Boninsegna Simone Frangi. Created in 2013 by Centrale Fies with Viafarini, LIVE WORKS - Free School of Performance is a platform dedicated to live contemporary practices.In times of continuous change, Centrale Fies and the curatorial team are offering 6 artists a fellowship. The selected artists will receive ? 3,000, a kickoff seminar, and residency opportunities.: 30 March 2021Link
artrabbitPaid six-month artist residency "bildingship" at bilding in Austria?bildingship? is a working fellowship for young artists, to use bilding as space for their own artistic work as well as actively engaging in the regular workshop programme for the duration of half a year (prolongation to one year is possible), including part-time employment (maximum income 446,81? per month). The aim is to convey the concept and working methods of bilding to the artists, while at the same time, imparting artistic processes directly to the children and adolescents based on the artists on-site work, to establish mutual ties and to promote and expand international discourse in the field of art and cultural mediation with young people, based on the practical experiences gained at bilding.2021-03-28 00:00:00Link
artrabbitCall for Proposals for Temporary Public Art: Canal Convergence 2021Scottsdale Public Art seeks proposals for outdoor, temporary public artworks to be featured in, around, and suspended above the Arizona Canal in Scottsdale, Arizona, as well as in pre-selected sites throughout downtown Scottsdale during Canal Convergence | Water + Art + Light. Canal Convergence will be on view for 10 days, from November 5?14, 2021. Some projects may be selected to stay installed for an additional 1?2 months after the Canal Convergence event dates. This year?s central theme is Art and Technology.Open to all local, regional, and international artists, artist teams, architects, designers, and multimedia specialists are invited to submit a proposal for Canal Convergence. The available budget is between $5,000 and $30,000 (USD), with a limited number of larger budgets being awarded to new commissions and/or major works of a larger physical scale.: 26 March 2021Link
artrabbitNorthern Sculptors wanted for The Liverpool Plinth 2021dot-art and Liverpool BID Company are looking for the fourth artist to have their work installed on The Liverpool Plinth in 2021. The sculptor, who must live and work in the North of England, will see their work displayed on the site within Liverpool?s UNESCO World Heritage waterfront at Liverpool Parish Church.The new sculpture will be chosen by the same process as the previous three; via Open Call. It is available to any artist working primarily in sculpture based in the north of England to submit existing work. The application process opens on Monday 18th January. The selected artist will also receive a ?1,000 prize.: 19 March 2021Link
artrabbitArtist Commission for an immersive art project in Felixstowe in SuffolkPier Projects Art Agency are looking to commission an artist for their fourth place-responsive project in the coastal town of Felixstowe in Suffolk. The commission, to be developed and delivered in 2021, will explore walking as a creative practice and offer a new artwork or map for people to explore the town. The successful applicant to receive ?25k-30k (pro-rata).: 15 March 2021Link
artrabbitBBA Artist Prize 2021BBA Artist Prize awards talented artists, irrespective their age, medium, nationality, career path or education and gives them a greater opportunity to be seen. That?s why BBA brings an international, professional jury in each year to look at submissions. It?s a democratic process which allows each artistic voice to be heard, so apply now! All shortlisted artists get to exhibit at K?hlhaus Berlin during Berlin Gallery Weekend 2021. The winner receives a solo show and a cash prize of 1000 ?.Submission fee: 39?2021-03-15 00:00:00Link
artrabbitLove Light Norwich 2022 - Call for ArtistsFollowing the success of Norwich?s first light festival in February 2020, Norwich BID aspires to build on its positive impact and provide the city with another exciting and inspiring festival in 2022. From the 17th to the 19th of February, 'Love Light Norwich' will attract 15,000+ visitors to the city who will enjoy an inclusive and accessible mix of artwork with immersive projections, interactive installations, and performance.Norwich BID is inviting artists to submit their proposals to present existing artwork and exciting new commissions for the festival. A fantastic opportunity for artists to showcase their work and skills in one of the biggest light festivals in East England.Love Light Norwich will be paying the selected artists for their artworks, including fees for production cost and travel. All artists interested in submitting their application need to provide breakdown cost for those elements as specified in the brief.2021-03-15 00:00:00Link
artrabbitWindermere Jetty Game Open CallWe are looking for a game design company to create a web-based game for Windermere Jetty Museum. Aimed at Key Stage 2 (7-11 years old) upwards, it will allow visitors to explore the development of boat design and build their own boats for racing on Windermere. We want visitors to have fun and be creative, so this game will need to be engaging and inventive.: 15 March 2021Link
artrabbitMonth-long residency "Hello, can You Hear Me?? / ?We?ll meet again!"Kintai Arts is announcing an Open Call for a month-long residency ?Hello, Can You Hear Me? / We will meet again!?. This international multidisciplinary residency invites artists and curators to look for new methods of representation and communication during the Covid-19 pandemic.In this process-oriented residency, artists are invited to freely interpret the gallery space and to transform it into a ?scene?, a platform, an open studio or a playground, and to share the creative processes with their virtual audiences. Therefore, we are inviting artists, curators and researchers willing to develop open and live discussions, artistic scenarios, creative workshops and creative presentations.Two selected artists will receive free accommodation. Another five artists will be shortlisted and will be invited to participate, but will have to pay for their accommodation. Information about accommodation prices: 15 March 2021Link
artrabbitReframing PictonAmgueddfa Cymru and Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel Youth Leadership Network are inviting artists to help us reframe the colonial narrative around the portrait of Lieutenant-General Thomas Picton, which is currently on display in the galleries at National Museum Cardiff. Picton is a controversial figure previously hailed as a public hero, but who is today equally notorious for his cruel treatment of Black enslaved people and free people, and for sanctioning torture during his governance of Trinidad.Anyone from any background can apply, but in line with the aims of the project we are making this an international call out and particularly encouraging applications from people of Trinidadian descent, with personal or cultural ties to Trinidad, or residing in Trinidad. ?12,000 commissioning fee.: 14 March 2021Link
artrabbitKINETIC Freelance Co-CuratorWe are seeking a part-time freelance co-curator to work alongside our Artistic Director, Marketing & Fundraising personnel, and network of freelancers. This role can be done remotely with physical presence when required (Manchester).At KINETIC, we programme/commission modern experimental arts with a humanist spirit, creating memorable audience experiences exploring multi-sensory phenomena and a whole range of concepts. Our roots are in experimental music but through our interests, there are no disciplinary boundaries in our programming.To apply, complete the form at: https://forms.gle/b2HFALJRMVEMnrYe9 before 23:59 on Friday 12th March. Interviews will take place via Zoom in early April. Any questions, please email us.: 12 March 2021Link
artrabbitSociety of Graphic Fine Art, Centenary Exhibition UnlockedArtists are invited to submit original artworks to the Society of Graphic Fine Art (SGFA) annual open exhibition to be held in the Mall Galleries, London in July 2021. Established in 1919, the Society of Graphic Fine Art exists to promote and exhibit works of high quality in colour or black and white with the emphasis on good drawing and draughtsmanship, in pencil, pen, brush, charcoal, cont? or any of the forms of original printmaking, as well as any original artwork including paintings, which demonstrate evidence of drawing by hand.Entry fee: ?18 for up to five works: 10 March 2021Link
artrabbitRewrite Reality - Open Call for an Online Exhibition OpportunityIndependent & Image Art Space (Chongqing, China) presents an online exhibition open call on the theme of ?REWRITE REALITY?.Our lives are being rewritten almost every day. All kinds of inventions, new technologies are rapidly produced daily and are continuously applied to human life. It is even more obvious now when the pandemic continues to spread. As many people have to stay at home, virtual experiences like online shopping, online chatting, and video conferencing become a major life trend quickly, giving resolutions to people?s problems.Can the rewriting of these lifestyles make human beings happier? Faced with the continually changing world, will the expectations for the future be rewritten accordingly?The selected artists will get an online exhibition; Chinese-English bilingual online feature at our website; Chinese-English bilingual digital catalogue to be published on ISSUU and widely promoted; among other things.There is no limit on the art medium, size, year of production, artist age, or nationality, but the submitted works should respond to the exhibition theme ?REWRITE REALITY?.Entry fee: $50: 10 March 2021Link
artrabbitBerlin Masters 2021We are pleased to invite all artists, aged 33 and younger who live and work in Berlin, to this year's BERLIN MASTERS Open Call!The presentation of finalists will take place from the 27th of April - 22nd of May 2021 inside the vitrines of KaDeWe. The exhibition will offer artists a concrete prospect and the greatest possible visibility, regardless of any restrictions that may exist due to Corona measures.All artists must send their application materials, including the Application Form, by the 7th of March 2021, 6 pm at the latest via e-mail to [email protected]: 7 March 2021Link
artrabbitContemporary Printmaking Prize 2021This free-to-enter competition is open to all artists based in the UK working in the field of original printmaking. The overall winner will receive ?500 and the opportunity to be featured across the Fen Ditton Gallery networks and record an interview with Gallery Manager, Hannah Munby for the popular gallery podcast. An exhibition of shortlisted artists will take place at Fen Ditton Gallery from the 16th April - 16th May.: 7 March 2021Link
artrabbitPlymouth College of Art's South West Showcase 2021The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art is seeking applications from South West England based artists for the next South West Showcase (SWS). Two artists will be awarded a solo exhibition with a fee of ?2000 & an additional budget to cover production, travel & accommodation.: 7 March 2021Link
artrabbitHUB-Robeson Galleries Open Call: Wall Drawings, Murals, and Exhibition Case InstallationsWe?re looking for great ideas to collaborate on through cross-disciplinary and discovery-based processes. Charged by the HUB-Robeson Galleries Student Advisory Councils questions of local relevance and international significance, we will produce wall drawings, murals, and/or exhibition case installations that are in care of the following:: 5 March 2021Link
artrabbitRoyal Institute of Painters in Water Colours 209th Exhibition 2021Link
artrabbitThe Green Open Space at Washington & National Blvds.The City of Culver City will implement a permanent Public Art Program for the Washington/National TOD (Transit Oriented Development) District. The Washington National TOD Gateway Public Art Program will inspire artists in the creation of world-class, aesthetically rigorous artwork(s) that respond to the natural, cultural, and infrastructural resources present at the site.Questions concerning this RFQual should be submitted by e-mail to Dyson & Womack at info at dysonwomack dot com by Thursday, February 11, 2021 at 4:00 PM (PST).: 4 March 2021Link
artrabbitSTARTS Prize 2021: Grand prize of the European Commission honouring Innovation in Technology, Industry and Society stimulated by the ArtsSTARTS is an initiative of the European Commission to foster alliances of technology and artistic practice that effectively implement European policymaking to nurture innovation and that benefit the art world as well. The focus is on people and projects that contribute to mastering the social, ecological and economic challenges this continent faces.One element of this STARTS Initiative is a prestigious award generously endowed with ?40,000 in prize money. A yearly competition is held to single out for recognition innovative projects at the nexus of science, technology and the arts that have what it takes to make a significant impact on economic and social innovation.The two STARTS prizewinners each receive ?20,000 and are prominently featured at2021-03-03 00:00:00Link
artrabbitJackson?s Painting Prize 2021Jackson?s Painting Prize exists to champion exceptional artworks made by international creators at all points in their careers, with tailored prizes aimed to give successful applicants the exposure and resources that are most relevant to them. There are six categories to enter into, including Animal, Portrait/figure, Landscape/cityscape/seascape, Still life/botanical, Abstract/non-representational and Scenes of everyday life.This year there are ?11,000 in prizes to be won, with selected works from finalists exhibited at the Affordable Art Fair Hampstead. There are no age or location restrictions for entrants. ?5 per entry up to 5 entries.2021-03-02 00:00:00Link
artrabbitPercolate Programme 2020Siobhan Davies Studios? Percolate Programme offers flexible support to artists working with dance and choreography across disciplines, formats and contexts.All projects will also receive access to our spaces online and at the studios (subject to COVID-19 restrictions) and our organisation?s expertise and support.2021-03-02 00:00:00Link
artrabbitLower East Side Printshop's Keyholder Residency 2021/22Lower East Side Printshop offers emerging artists FREE year-long residencies at a community printmaking studio in NYC from April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022.Selected residents get 24-hour shared studio access, a $1,000 stipend, career development, basic supplies (newsprint, blotters, solvents, cleaners), among other things.: 1 March 2021Link
artrabbit2021 Creative Capital AwardsCreative Capital is looking for the brightest minds in the visual arts! The Creative Capital Award provides artists working in painting, sculpture, installation, and more with up to $50,000 in project funding and professional development services.Application process opens on 1 February 2021 and closes on 1 March 2021.: 1 March 2021Link
artrabbitOpen Call Coal Prize 2021 - ForestAfter a 2020 edition under the sign of Biodiversity, the COAL Prize dedicates its 2021 edition to the crucial issue of forests at the center of the climate crisis and ecological transition. Faced with a situation as complex as it is urgent, the COAL Prize 2021 once again invites artists from around the world to mobilize and reveal a world still alive, to feel and experience the ecological balance of forests, to promote the diversity of beings and cultures that inhabit them, to revive their ancestral knowledge and give birth to new ones, to nourish the movements of resilience they inspire, and above all, to act with the protectors of nature.The winner of the COAL Prize will be awarded 10,000 euros by the Fran?ois Sommer Foundation and COAL. This sum is divided into a cash prize and a production aid for the artist residency offered by the Museum of Hunting and Nature at the Belval Domaine, property of the Fran?ois Sommer Foundation.2021-03-01 00:00:00Link
artrabbitWhimsicalPoet.Com Seeks Poetry and Visual ArtWhimsicalPoet seeks poetry that surprises, challenges, chills, endears, and otherwise evokes a strong emotional response from readers. We love word mavericks, independent thinkers, and creators who strive toward mastery and truth to expose threads of the human experience. Open to all genres.Some poetry will be published on a rolling basis and featured on the guest post blog of this website. Another selection of work will be chosen for inclusion in our digital/print digest. Writers chosen for the digest will receive a free digital issue of the issue their work is featured in.Opportunity for early-career creators.2021-03-01 00:00:00Link
artrabbitKresen Kernow Public Art CommissionThis is a call for artists interested in applying for a visual public art commission being offered by Cornwall Council for Kresen Kernow, the new archive centre in Redruth.The commission is worth ?35,000. This will cover artist fees and all expenses connected to the realisation of the project. It will run from May 2021 and will be unveiled to the public on St Piran?s Day, 5 March 2022.2021-03-01 00:00:00Link
artrabbitapexart International Open Call 2021-22apexart will accept proposals for its International Open Call from Feb. 1 - Mar. 1, 2021. Four winning proposals will become apexart exhibitions presented in their noted locations around the world in apexart?s 2021-22 exhibition season. Creative individuals, regardless of location, are invited to submit a proposal. Proposals of up to 500 words should describe focused, idea-driven, original group exhibitions, and the city in which they are to take place. No biographical information, CVs, links, or images are accepted, and proposals must be written in English. Jurors rate anonymous submissions based on the idea only. Winning proposals each receive an exhibition budget of up to $11,000; have an exhibition brochure printed and mailed to over 6,000; advertising; and staff support.: 1 March 2021Link
artrabbitNinety One South African Call Out for artists based in South AfricaARTIQ are sourcing artworks by exciting, emerging artists living and working in South Africa for a global investment manager, Ninety One, to display in their central London office. Submit your artwork by 1 March 2021.This is a paid opportunity for artists at the early stages of their career to have their work included in paid exhibitions as part of a dynamic and diverse art collection with a global audience, both online and offline. Ninety One is keen to build long-term relationships with the artists to truly support them in their careers.: 1 March 2021Link
artrabbitArtadia Awards: ChicagoThe Artadia Awards provide financial support, exposure and recognition to artists. The awards are unrestricted, allowing artists to use the funds in any way they choose.In addition to financial support, Awardees can participate in the Artadia Network to receive structured opportunities for valuable new connections and resource sharing; receive a dedicated webpage on Artadia?s online Artist Registry; and access to a fiscal sponsorship. Connections fostered by Artadia have facilitated major steps in Awardees? careers, such as inclusion in prominent exhibitions (e.g. five Awardees were featured in the 2017 Whitney Biennial, and six in 2019).Three awardees will receive unrestricted funds of $10,000*, as well as access to the Artadia Network. Awardees are determined based on the sole discretion of the jury.: 1 March 2021Link
artrabbitThe Adur & Worthing Trust Creative Grants for visual artists or performersThe Adur & Worthing Trust Creative Commissions are offering grants of ?300 ? ?700 to produce a new piece of work in any artform ? visual arts, performance, music, film, photography, dance, digital, literature, craft and more. Your Commission must take place in Adur or Worthing, and must be completed by the end of January 2022.2021-02-28 00:00:00Link
artrabbitAbigail Ogilvy Gallery Exhibition Opportunity for Students and Recent GradsAbigail Ogilvy Gallery is currently accepting entries for our 3rd annual student artwork exhibition, Fresh Faces. In this exhibition, we are excited to show an array of new artwork by the Northeast?s most talented students artists in an online-exclusive exhibition. The gallery is seeking innovative artwork from undergraduate, graduate and recent graduate (within the past year) artists based in MA, RI, CT, ME, NH, VT & NY. Must currently be enrolled in Undergraduate, MFA or Post-Baccalaureate program in MA, RI, CT, ME, NH, VT or NY. Students who graduated within the past year are welcome to apply as well. All media able to be presented through an online format will be considered.: 26 February 2021Link
artrabbitSpring Open 2021The Absent Gallery launches it?s 3rd Open Call for artists to exhibit in this carefully curated virtual and interactive exhibition. Created by artist John Gammans, The Absent Gallery offers exhibition opportunities to fellow artists despite restrictions resulting from the pandemic. The ?Spring Open 2021? has no specific theme and we are inviting submissions from artists of any discipline to submit up to 6 artworks for consideration for this virtual exhibition. There is no charge for submissions and we take 0% commission on any sales. Visitors to the exhibition can move around the environment freely and see work up close, also they can view/trial hang each piece of artwork on the walls of their own home via augmented reality by just using their mobile device.2021-03-01 00:00:00Link
artrabbitOnassis AiR 2021/22 Open Call: The School of Infinite RehearsalsONASSIS AiR invites artists, curators, designers, activists, collectives, educators, legal advocates, performance makers, economists, architects, filmmakers and other practitioners from any medium of expression or discipline to apply for the second iteration of The School of Infinite Rehearsals: Movements V ? VIII, running between September 2021 and June 2022. In Fall 2021, Movement V & VI will collectively explore issues of governance, delving into self-organization (Movement V), and institutions (Movement VI). In Spring 2022, Movement VII & VIII will tackle areas of economies, with a focus on community economies (Movement VII) and philanthropy (Movement VIII).Open to people living and working in Greece or anywhere in the world. No age restrictions, no requirement of formal academic degrees.Each participant will receive an individual research fee of ?2,500.2021-02-26 00:00:00Link
artrabbitFotoFilmic MESH MasterclassIn complement to the inaugural MESH Exhibition at The Polygon Gallery in Vancouver, BC, Canada, FotoFilmic is excited to offer the global art community the unique opportunity to engage in invaluable conversations with its two world-class curators, Rebecca Morse of the LACMA and Linsey Young of Tate Britain.The MESH online masterclass invites 2 groups of 10 photographers and visual artists to join in and receive groundbreaking inspiration and visionary feedback on their work, while getting a more intimate understanding of the contemporary curatorial practices that often occupy a deciding role on professional artistic careers today. Scheduled during the 2 consecutive weekends, the class will consist of two 90-minute curatorial lectures with Q&As held by the guest curators on Fridays (see lecture topic details below), followed by 2 days of group critiques and discussions with each curator spread on 2 consecutive weekends.Free to apply, tuition of $395.00 USD.2021-02-25 00:00:00Link
artrabbitFotoFilmic: Online Masterclass with Mikhael SubotzkyMikhael Subotzky?s works are the results of his fractured attempts to place himself in relation to the social, historical, and political narratives that surround him. As an artist working in film, video installation, and photography, as well as more recently in collage and painting, Subotzky engages critically with contemporary politics of representation.This Masterclass will engage with Subotzky?s photographic practice as a core element of all his various ways of working. Sessions will highlight how photography feeds into various modes of making (photography, painting, collage, book-making, filmmaking, etc.) and explore the ways in which each of these practices are distinct as well as interconnected. A mix of lecture, crit, and guest speakers will be employed to provide a broad foundation for photographers looking to expand into other mediums to explore their ideas, ask questions, and gain insight.Free to apply, $895.00 USD tuition fee.2021-02-26 00:00:00Link
artrabbitEtant donn?s Curatorial Fellowship for American CuratorsEtant donn?s offers grants to American curators wishing to conduct and deepen their deepen a research project about French or France-based artists. These grants are intended to expand the opportunities of American curators, to encourage in-depth explorations of French cultural resources, and to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and knowledge among artists, professionals, researchers, and institutions.Candidates are encouraged to connect with art professionals and other researchers as well as with institutions, universities, art schools, or private and public archives in preparation for future exhibitions or collaborations.For US citizens or legal residents of the United States for at least five years. The maximum grant amount for each Curatorial Fellowship is $5,000 (the total cost of the mission can exceed $10,000 with additional supports).2021-02-28 00:00:00Link
artrabbitCalifornia Arts Council Grant: Statewide and Regional NetworksThe Statewide and Regional Networks (SRNAn arts service organization is defined as an organization that furthers the interests of artists, creators, tradition bearers, and arts and cultural organizations. They also provide specialized, practical services for artists, arts organizations, and cultural communities. Applicant organizations can request up to $35,000.: 24 February 2021Link
artrabbitCalifornia Arts Council Grant: Individual Artist FellowshipsThe Individual Artist Fellowships program intends to recognize, uplift, and celebrate California artists. Fellowships will support artists from a broad spectrum of artistic practices, backgrounds, geographies and communities, whose work addresses themes including but not limited to race, diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility. In doing so, the CAC will showcase the centrality of artists? leadership in generating social impact and the evolution of our traditional and contemporary cultures.This program will support artists, 18 years of age and older, at key moments in their careers, elevating their capacity for continued contribution to the field and our state. The grant program identifies three career tiers at which artists may benefit from this support. Awards range from $5,000 to $50,000.: 24 February 2021Link
artrabbitLACMA Art + Technology Lab 2021 Request for ProposalsThe Statewide and Regional Networks (SRN) program intends to contribute to the health and vitality of the creative workforce in California by creating a resilient network of arts service organizations and artists.The Art + Technology Lab supports projects that explore artistic applications of emerging technologies and ideas related to technology and culture.Art + Technology Lab grants are open to individuals and collectives located anywhere in the world. Grants may provide financial support of up to $50,000 per project to cover artist fees and direct costs, including materials. Recipients may also receive in-kind support, such as mentorship, coaching, advice, and exposure to technologies in development at partner organizations, including Hyundai, Snap Inc., YouTube Learning, and SpaceX as well as independent artists and academics working in art and technology from the MIT Media Lab Space Exploration Initiative, and NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.: 25 February 2021Link
ArtsHubShe/ Her/ They/ ThemIncuArts invites women identifying and gender non-conforming artists to submit work for SHE/ HER/ THEY/ THEM- an exhibition exploring ideas related to gender and celebrating women and gender-nonconforming artists. Entry Deadline: March 8, 2021 Selections Announced- March 13, 2021 Exhibition Dates - March 16- May 1, 2021 Selected artists will have their work featured in the online exhibition and via social media platforms. Artists of all media are encouraged to apply. Women, people of color, LGBTQ+, and other community members are encouraged to apply. Each artwork will be considered based upon the merit of individual images submitted by each artist.A? *Entries will be reviewed on a weeklyA? basis until the deadline. Artists are strongly advised to submit their entries early.* Please see our Calls for Entries page for submission details: https://www.incuarts.com/sheTuesday 9 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubCALL OUT FOR ARTISTSART FROM THE HEART 2021 in aid of Maggie's Oxford Charity Online exhibition at Zuleika Gallery CALL OUT FOR ENTRIES Online exhibition dates 20 March - 5 April atA?www.zuleikagallery.com/nhs Categories: painting, print, sculpture, ceramics and photography. One entry per artist. Deadline for entry 1 March - FREE ENTRY After the overwhelming success of last year's charity online exhibition Art From The Heart for the Oxford Hospitals Charity, when over 130 artists came forward to try to make a difference at a time of national and global crisis, Zuleika Gallery is calling out for artists to come together again to raise money for Maggie's Oxford. 50% of all sales will be donated to Maggie's Oxford, with 50% going directly the artist. Entries are limited to one work per artist. For full details and entry forms please go to www.zuleikagallery.com/nhs Located at The Patricia Thompson Building at the Churchill Hospital, Oxford, Maggie's Oxford strives to offer the best possible support to anyone with cancer and their families free of charge. The centre provides a breathing space away from hospital and professional support in a calm, uplifting and friendly space. Co-founder Maggie Keswick Jencks knew from her own experience, the importance of art, architecture and gardens in creating a healing space for those affected by cancer. The Maggie's Centres aim to create a home-from-home where there is light, warmth, access to nature and domesticity. One of the many casualties of the Covid pandemic has been a cut in financial support for many charities and Maggie's has suffered like other organisations. Zuleika Gallery is therefore calling out to the big-hearted artists who made things happen last year to join us again in trying to make a difference in supporting this wonderful and life enhancing organisation. The exhibition will be launched online on 20 March 2021 and will be available to view until 5 April 2021. The exhibition will be guest curated by Lena Fritsch, curator of Modern & Contemporary Art, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Amanda Jewell, Curator of the Sewell Centre Gallery, Deborah Laidlaw, Chair of the Campaign and Centre Fundraising Board at Maggie's Oxford and Tim Sayer, Journalist, Collector and Director of Zuleika Gallery. Paul Hobson, Director of Modern At Oxford will judge the "?best entry' in each category. About Zuleika Gallery Zuleika Gallery was founded in Oxford in 2015 by Lizzie Collins and focuses on Contemporary and Modern British Art. Artists represented by the gallery include Trevor Sutton, Manijeh Yadegar, Andy Barker, Rachel Gracey, Claudia Clare and Frances Aviva Blane. Lizzie Collins is a History of Art graduate of UCL, and a postgraduate of the Courtauld Institute in London. Lizzie was a director and auctioneer at Bonhams, and a specialist at Christie's in 20th Century British Art, before founding Zuleika Gallery. In 2016 Lizzie set up the art programme for Sa�d Business School, University of Oxford where she has curated exhibitions by Nigel Hall RA, Nicola Green and Alice Kettle. For further information or images please contact [email protected]?or visit www.zuleikagallery.com/nhsMonday 1 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubBehaviour Management with Young People in the Arts & Cultural Sector, Online TrainingThis is essential training for anyone working directly with young people. Undertaking practical workshops and activities requires a broad understanding of youth culture and the issues surrounding young people's lives. There are added pressures of working directly with young people at risk, one of which is having the skills, knowledge and experience to be able to support behaviour effectively and responsively. This course will discuss behaviour strategies, health and safety issues and risk assessment. You will also look at ways of promoting a style of engagement with young people that supports their wellbeing and individual needs, and helps them to succeed and achieve. This training day will be split into two sessions: Monday 22nd February 10am - 12:30pm Monday 1st March 10am - 12.30pm Training will run using Zoom video conferencing. Full joining information will be sent once we have received your booking. You do not need a Zoom account in order to take part in this training, but you will need access to a computer or smartphone that has video capabilities. Ideal if:A? You work directly with children and young people in the arts and cultural sectors. You will gain: A better understanding of behavioural issues, potential causes and the best ways to respond to them Strategies to transform challenging behaviour into positive outcomes Flexible and responsive approaches to use in your own work with young people Share personal concerns and previous experiences in a supportive environment as you learn new ways to overcome future challenges Course cost:A? Full price: A?80 per personA?A? Bursary price: A?48 We are pleased to offer a limited number of bursary places for this course, priced at A?48 per person. Bursary places are available for individuals that meet the below criteria, and are allocated on a first come, first served basis.A? Volunteer Student Apprentice/Intern DisabledA? Part-time worker (2 days or less per week)A?.A? For advice and information please contact our Professional Development team [email protected] To book:A?https://artswork.org.uk/training-events/Monday 1 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubShades of Green 2021 | Juried Painting and Photography CompetitionInternational Online Juried Painting & PhotographyA?CompetitionDeadline February 28, 2021. Entry fee $18A?(non-refundable) Open to artists 18 years and older.A? All painting & drawing mediums allowed including oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, mixed media, pencil, pen, charcoal and conte, digital painting and photography. Up to two art pieces allowed per submission. Artists my enter more than once. Artwork may be any style or subject matter that contains the color GREEN either as a prominent or secondary color. This is a competition, only the award recipients will be in the online group exhibition.A?The selection of artwork will be chosen by Jury based on the number of entries, technical skill, quality of work, originality and the criteria for this event.A? Please allow up to 3 weeks for review and preparation for the online show. Find out more:A?https://www.camelbackgallery.com/shadesofgreen2021competitionSunday 28 February, 2021Link
ArtsHubOpen call for artists -- Sheffield Doc/Fest Arts Programme entries open!Calling all artists, makers and creators -- Sheffield Doc/Fest is open for Arts Programme entries!A?Apply by 1 March, 12:00 Noon GMT. We are open for entries from artists and collectives, emerging and established creators from around the world. We welcome non-fiction works from across all digital non-fiction narratives (VR/AR, Expanded Cinema, Interactive Documentary, Game, Installation +more). Our Arts Programme is a space for experimentation in digital art practice, exploring narrative through research and bringing together varied forms and languages. Playing with non-fiction boundaries and expanding them. Enter your work to the 28th edition of Sheffield Doc/Fest, a hybrid and extended festival taking place 4--13 June in Sheffield and online.Monday 1 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubGrand Prix Images Vevey - International Photography AwardThe international photography award Grand Prix Images Vevey, worth 40 000 CHF ( ~ 37 000 EUR) is one of the largest and longest-standing prizes in Europe and attracts participants from all over the world for each competition. Winning projects are then exhibited at Festival Images Vevey the following year. A pre-jury nominates at least 50 projects The nominated artists send a complete file by post until April 18th 2021 The international jury chooses the winning project in May 2nd 2021 The winner has one year to complete his project and present it at the Festival Images Vevey 2022 Deadline 28 February 2021 Images Vevey, VeveyApply hereSunday 28 February, 2021Link
ArtsHubThe AuxiliaryDescription:A? Submissions for the artist-in-residence programme AUX-AiR 2018 are now open! They are looking for four emerging and early career international artists working in the fields of sonic art, performance and installation to undertake a funded 6 week residency at the project space in Teesside, northeast England. Chosen artists will receive a stipend, production budget and travel allowance. During their residency, artists will present an exhibition/performance and a talk/workshop at The Auxiliary's gallery space, network with local artists and organizations and benefit from critical feedback sessions with invited artistic mentors.Successful applicants will also benefit from networking opportunities with their partners Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Navigator North, Platform A and Middlesbrough Council. AUX-AiR 2018 is proud to be funded by the Arts Council of England. OutcomeA? Exhibition/Performance and Talk/Workshop. Accommodation InformationA? Single or double rooms are available. Artists will share a large equipped kitchen, living room, library/reading room and bathrooms. Partners are also welcome, at a modest extra fee. Unfortunately, they can't, at this time, accommodate children. Studio InformationA? The Auxiliary provides 2 bright studios and a sound lab with recording facilities. Basic tools available. Technical InformationA? The residency provides a selection of audio and visual equipment,including microphones, PA system, handheld recorders, camera and lenses, printer and audio monitors with multi channel capabilities. Please check theirA?websiteA?for the complete list and specifications. LocationA? Stockton is a large market town with a population of about 85,000. An hour south of Newcastle and a three hour drive from the Scottish border, Stockton once thrived in the shipbuilding and iron industries, but this began to decline in the 1930's, with a full stoppage of iron production in the area in 2015, ultimately resulting in the loss of thousands of jobs.The Tees valley is culturally diverse -- through the 1960's there was an influx of Asian immigrants, and in 2015, Middlesbrough housed more asylum seekers per capita than any other place in the UK. Many charities and religious organisations have been set up to aid asylum seekers housed here. The area is bordered by the A19 motorway, the sea, nature reserves, and a 290 hectare biological site of specific scientific interest called Seal Sands. SIRF, a large performance and theatre based festival, takes places here each summer.Sunday 28 February, 2021Link
ArtsHubKresen Kernow Public Art CommissionOpportunity for Artists: Kresen Kernow Public Art Commission We are delighted to offer this opportunity for artists interested in applying for a visual public art commission at Kresen Kernow. Funded by Arts Council England, the artwork will be inspired by the theme My Cornwall: My Home and will commemorate the temporary return to Cornwall in 2021 of several historic Cornish manuscripts, including the Ordinalia.A? As part of the process of developing and realising the public artwork, we expect the chosen artist to work with Cornish community groups and the Archives and Cornish Studies Service (ACSS) team, to gain local knowledge and engagement.A? We are looking for a high-quality artwork which will intrigue, surprise, challenge and delight and which will draw people to Kresen Kernow and Redruth. The principles of New Rules of Public Art will inform the selection of the commissioned artist. The commission is worth A?35,000. This will cover artist fees and all expenses connected to the realisation of the project.A? It will run from May 2021 and will be unveiled to the public on St Piran's Day, 5 March 2022. Application process Stage 1 is a call for Expressions of Interest in response to the themes outlined in the brief. Artists will be shortlisted by a panel and up to 5 will be invited to tender for Stage 2. Stage 2 will involve a detailed proposal with a concept design and quotation. A small fee will be available to pay for artists' time at this stage. This is a call for Stage 1: Expressions of Interest in response to the themes outlined in the brief. No concept designs or specific ideas need to be submitted at Stage 1. Download details and the full brief here:A?Public artwork brief FINAL. Deadline: midnight 1 March 2021. Email submissions [email protected]Monday 1 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubCALL FOR ENTRIES: Artists, Amateurs and Art EnthusiastsDescription: NoLabel: A Tree Of Good MemoriesA?is an online art exhibition project which aims to exhibit nature inspired art and collect memories that are associated with trees and/or nature. We are convinced that art is a great way to share thoughts, memories, ideas and emotions, especially at the time of social distancing, so let's get connected! We welcome participation from anyone who likes nature, and wants to share their visual art, writing or simply a memory on the subject. *IMPORTANT: No formal degree or background in arts is requiredA? Any media is welcome Submitted worksA?MUST NOTA?contain nudity, violence, inappropriate language or offensive content.A? TO TAKE PART PLEASE: A?1. Follow @NOLABEL_ART on Instagram (Red logo) A?2. Post images of your artworks onA?yourA?Instagram account using the hashtagA?#atreeofgoodmemories and @nolabel_art. IMPORTANT: Your Instagram account MUST BE OPEN, so we can see your work. A?3. Email: your Instagram User Name (for us to credit you) an image/images of your art(up to 3) or a short video (1) or aA?writing (up to 5) a short Description: of your work (if any)A? Contact:A?Victoria at [email protected] PLEASE NOTE that we will only be able to post works of those participants whose artworks/ writings ownership can be verified through Instagram posts.Sunday 28 February, 2021Link
ArtsHubShe/ Her/ They/ ThemIncuArts invites women identifying and gender non-conforming artists to submit work for SHE/ HER/ THEY/ THEM- an exhibition exploring ideas related to gender and celebrating women and gender-nonconforming artists. Entry Deadline: March 8, 2021 Selections Announced- March 13, 2021 Exhibition Dates - March 16- May 1, 2021 Selected artists will have their work featured in the online exhibition and via social media platforms. Artists of all media are encouraged to apply. Women, people of color, LGBTQ+, and other community members are encouraged to apply. Each artwork will be considered based upon the merit of individual images submitted by each artist.A? *Entries will be reviewed on a weeklyA? basis until the deadline. Artists are strongly advised to submit their entries early.* Please see our Calls for Entries page for submission details: https://www.incuarts.com/sheTuesday 9 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubCALL OUT FOR ARTISTSART FROM THE HEART 2021 in aid of Maggie's Oxford Charity Online exhibition at Zuleika Gallery CALL OUT FOR ENTRIES Online exhibition dates 20 March - 5 April atA?www.zuleikagallery.com/nhs Categories: painting, print, sculpture, ceramics and photography. One entry per artist. Deadline for entry 1 March - FREE ENTRY After the overwhelming success of last year's charity online exhibition Art From The Heart for the Oxford Hospitals Charity, when over 130 artists came forward to try to make a difference at a time of national and global crisis, Zuleika Gallery is calling out for artists to come together again to raise money for Maggie's Oxford. 50% of all sales will be donated to Maggie's Oxford, with 50% going directly the artist. Entries are limited to one work per artist. For full details and entry forms please go to www.zuleikagallery.com/nhs Located at The Patricia Thompson Building at the Churchill Hospital, Oxford, Maggie's Oxford strives to offer the best possible support to anyone with cancer and their families free of charge. The centre provides a breathing space away from hospital and professional support in a calm, uplifting and friendly space. Co-founder Maggie Keswick Jencks knew from her own experience, the importance of art, architecture and gardens in creating a healing space for those affected by cancer. The Maggie's Centres aim to create a home-from-home where there is light, warmth, access to nature and domesticity. One of the many casualties of the Covid pandemic has been a cut in financial support for many charities and Maggie's has suffered like other organisations. Zuleika Gallery is therefore calling out to the big-hearted artists who made things happen last year to join us again in trying to make a difference in supporting this wonderful and life enhancing organisation. The exhibition will be launched online on 20 March 2021 and will be available to view until 5 April 2021. The exhibition will be guest curated by Lena Fritsch, curator of Modern & Contemporary Art, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Amanda Jewell, Curator of the Sewell Centre Gallery, Deborah Laidlaw, Chair of the Campaign and Centre Fundraising Board at Maggie's Oxford and Tim Sayer, Journalist, Collector and Director of Zuleika Gallery. Paul Hobson, Director of Modern At Oxford will judge the "?best entry' in each category. About Zuleika Gallery Zuleika Gallery was founded in Oxford in 2015 by Lizzie Collins and focuses on Contemporary and Modern British Art. Artists represented by the gallery include Trevor Sutton, Manijeh Yadegar, Andy Barker, Rachel Gracey, Claudia Clare and Frances Aviva Blane. Lizzie Collins is a History of Art graduate of UCL, and a postgraduate of the Courtauld Institute in London. Lizzie was a director and auctioneer at Bonhams, and a specialist at Christie's in 20th Century British Art, before founding Zuleika Gallery. In 2016 Lizzie set up the art programme for Sa�d Business School, University of Oxford where she has curated exhibitions by Nigel Hall RA, Nicola Green and Alice Kettle. For further information or images please contact [email protected]?or visit www.zuleikagallery.com/nhsMonday 1 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubBehaviour Management with Young People in the Arts & Cultural Sector, Online TrainingThis is essential training for anyone working directly with young people. Undertaking practical workshops and activities requires a broad understanding of youth culture and the issues surrounding young people's lives. There are added pressures of working directly with young people at risk, one of which is having the skills, knowledge and experience to be able to support behaviour effectively and responsively. This course will discuss behaviour strategies, health and safety issues and risk assessment. You will also look at ways of promoting a style of engagement with young people that supports their wellbeing and individual needs, and helps them to succeed and achieve. This training day will be split into two sessions: Monday 22nd February 10am - 12:30pm Monday 1st March 10am - 12.30pm Training will run using Zoom video conferencing. Full joining information will be sent once we have received your booking. You do not need a Zoom account in order to take part in this training, but you will need access to a computer or smartphone that has video capabilities. Ideal if:A? You work directly with children and young people in the arts and cultural sectors. You will gain: A better understanding of behavioural issues, potential causes and the best ways to respond to them Strategies to transform challenging behaviour into positive outcomes Flexible and responsive approaches to use in your own work with young people Share personal concerns and previous experiences in a supportive environment as you learn new ways to overcome future challenges Course cost:A? Full price: A?80 per personA?A? Bursary price: A?48 We are pleased to offer a limited number of bursary places for this course, priced at A?48 per person. Bursary places are available for individuals that meet the below criteria, and are allocated on a first come, first served basis.A? Volunteer Student Apprentice/Intern DisabledA? Part-time worker (2 days or less per week)A?.A? For advice and information please contact our Professional Development team [email protected] To book:A?https://artswork.org.uk/training-events/Monday 1 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubShades of Green 2021 | Juried Painting and Photography CompetitionInternational Online Juried Painting & PhotographyA?CompetitionDeadline February 28, 2021. Entry fee $18A?(non-refundable) Open to artists 18 years and older.A? All painting & drawing mediums allowed including oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, mixed media, pencil, pen, charcoal and conte, digital painting and photography. Up to two art pieces allowed per submission. Artists my enter more than once. Artwork may be any style or subject matter that contains the color GREEN either as a prominent or secondary color. This is a competition, only the award recipients will be in the online group exhibition.A?The selection of artwork will be chosen by Jury based on the number of entries, technical skill, quality of work, originality and the criteria for this event.A? Please allow up to 3 weeks for review and preparation for the online show. Find out more:A?https://www.camelbackgallery.com/shadesofgreen2021competitionSunday 28 February, 2021Link
ArtsHubOpen call for artists -- Sheffield Doc/Fest Arts Programme entries open!Calling all artists, makers and creators -- Sheffield Doc/Fest is open for Arts Programme entries!A?Apply by 1 March, 12:00 Noon GMT. We are open for entries from artists and collectives, emerging and established creators from around the world. We welcome non-fiction works from across all digital non-fiction narratives (VR/AR, Expanded Cinema, Interactive Documentary, Game, Installation +more). Our Arts Programme is a space for experimentation in digital art practice, exploring narrative through research and bringing together varied forms and languages. Playing with non-fiction boundaries and expanding them. Enter your work to the 28th edition of Sheffield Doc/Fest, a hybrid and extended festival taking place 4--13 June in Sheffield and online.Monday 1 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubGrand Prix Images Vevey - International Photography AwardThe international photography award Grand Prix Images Vevey, worth 40 000 CHF ( ~ 37 000 EUR) is one of the largest and longest-standing prizes in Europe and attracts participants from all over the world for each competition. Winning projects are then exhibited at Festival Images Vevey the following year. A pre-jury nominates at least 50 projects The nominated artists send a complete file by post until April 18th 2021 The international jury chooses the winning project in May 2nd 2021 The winner has one year to complete his project and present it at the Festival Images Vevey 2022 Deadline 28 February 2021 Images Vevey, VeveyApply hereSunday 28 February, 2021Link
ArtsHubThe AuxiliaryDescription:A? Submissions for the artist-in-residence programme AUX-AiR 2018 are now open! They are looking for four emerging and early career international artists working in the fields of sonic art, performance and installation to undertake a funded 6 week residency at the project space in Teesside, northeast England. Chosen artists will receive a stipend, production budget and travel allowance. During their residency, artists will present an exhibition/performance and a talk/workshop at The Auxiliary's gallery space, network with local artists and organizations and benefit from critical feedback sessions with invited artistic mentors.Successful applicants will also benefit from networking opportunities with their partners Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Navigator North, Platform A and Middlesbrough Council. AUX-AiR 2018 is proud to be funded by the Arts Council of England. OutcomeA? Exhibition/Performance and Talk/Workshop. Accommodation InformationA? Single or double rooms are available. Artists will share a large equipped kitchen, living room, library/reading room and bathrooms. Partners are also welcome, at a modest extra fee. Unfortunately, they can't, at this time, accommodate children. Studio InformationA? The Auxiliary provides 2 bright studios and a sound lab with recording facilities. Basic tools available. Technical InformationA? The residency provides a selection of audio and visual equipment,including microphones, PA system, handheld recorders, camera and lenses, printer and audio monitors with multi channel capabilities. Please check theirA?websiteA?for the complete list and specifications. LocationA? Stockton is a large market town with a population of about 85,000. An hour south of Newcastle and a three hour drive from the Scottish border, Stockton once thrived in the shipbuilding and iron industries, but this began to decline in the 1930's, with a full stoppage of iron production in the area in 2015, ultimately resulting in the loss of thousands of jobs.The Tees valley is culturally diverse -- through the 1960's there was an influx of Asian immigrants, and in 2015, Middlesbrough housed more asylum seekers per capita than any other place in the UK. Many charities and religious organisations have been set up to aid asylum seekers housed here. The area is bordered by the A19 motorway, the sea, nature reserves, and a 290 hectare biological site of specific scientific interest called Seal Sands. SIRF, a large performance and theatre based festival, takes places here each summer.Sunday 28 February, 2021Link
ArtsHubKresen Kernow Public Art CommissionOpportunity for Artists: Kresen Kernow Public Art Commission We are delighted to offer this opportunity for artists interested in applying for a visual public art commission at Kresen Kernow. Funded by Arts Council England, the artwork will be inspired by the theme My Cornwall: My Home and will commemorate the temporary return to Cornwall in 2021 of several historic Cornish manuscripts, including the Ordinalia.A? As part of the process of developing and realising the public artwork, we expect the chosen artist to work with Cornish community groups and the Archives and Cornish Studies Service (ACSS) team, to gain local knowledge and engagement.A? We are looking for a high-quality artwork which will intrigue, surprise, challenge and delight and which will draw people to Kresen Kernow and Redruth. The principles of New Rules of Public Art will inform the selection of the commissioned artist. The commission is worth A?35,000. This will cover artist fees and all expenses connected to the realisation of the project.A? It will run from May 2021 and will be unveiled to the public on St Piran's Day, 5 March 2022. Application process Stage 1 is a call for Expressions of Interest in response to the themes outlined in the brief. Artists will be shortlisted by a panel and up to 5 will be invited to tender for Stage 2. Stage 2 will involve a detailed proposal with a concept design and quotation. A small fee will be available to pay for artists' time at this stage. This is a call for Stage 1: Expressions of Interest in response to the themes outlined in the brief. No concept designs or specific ideas need to be submitted at Stage 1. Download details and the full brief here:A?Public artwork brief FINAL. Deadline: midnight 1 March 2021. Email submissions [email protected]Monday 1 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubCALL FOR ENTRIES: Artists, Amateurs and Art EnthusiastsDescription: NoLabel: A Tree Of Good MemoriesA?is an online art exhibition project which aims to exhibit nature inspired art and collect memories that are associated with trees and/or nature. We are convinced that art is a great way to share thoughts, memories, ideas and emotions, especially at the time of social distancing, so let's get connected! We welcome participation from anyone who likes nature, and wants to share their visual art, writing or simply a memory on the subject. *IMPORTANT: No formal degree or background in arts is requiredA? Any media is welcome Submitted worksA?MUST NOTA?contain nudity, violence, inappropriate language or offensive content.A? TO TAKE PART PLEASE: A?1. Follow @NOLABEL_ART on Instagram (Red logo) A?2. Post images of your artworks onA?yourA?Instagram account using the hashtagA?#atreeofgoodmemories and @nolabel_art. IMPORTANT: Your Instagram account MUST BE OPEN, so we can see your work. A?3. Email: your Instagram User Name (for us to credit you) an image/images of your art(up to 3) or a short video (1) or aA?writing (up to 5) a short Description: of your work (if any)A? Contact:A?Victoria at [email protected] PLEASE NOTE that we will only be able to post works of those participants whose artworks/ writings ownership can be verified through Instagram posts.Sunday 28 February, 2021Link
ArtsHubShe/ Her/ They/ ThemIncuArts invites women identifying and gender non-conforming artists to submit work for SHE/ HER/ THEY/ THEM- an exhibition exploring ideas related to gender and celebrating women and gender-nonconforming artists. Entry Deadline: March 8, 2021 Selections Announced- March 13, 2021 Exhibition Dates - March 16- May 1, 2021 Selected artists will have their work featured in the online exhibition and via social media platforms. Artists of all media are encouraged to apply. Women, people of color, LGBTQ+, and other community members are encouraged to apply. Each artwork will be considered based upon the merit of individual images submitted by each artist.A? *Entries will be reviewed on a weeklyA? basis until the deadline. Artists are strongly advised to submit their entries early.* Please see our Calls for Entries page for submission details: https://www.incuarts.com/sheTuesday 9 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubCALL OUT FOR ARTISTSART FROM THE HEART 2021 in aid of Maggie's Oxford Charity Online exhibition at Zuleika Gallery CALL OUT FOR ENTRIES Online exhibition dates 20 March - 5 April atA?www.zuleikagallery.com/nhs Categories: painting, print, sculpture, ceramics and photography. One entry per artist. Deadline for entry 1 March - FREE ENTRY After the overwhelming success of last year's charity online exhibition Art From The Heart for the Oxford Hospitals Charity, when over 130 artists came forward to try to make a difference at a time of national and global crisis, Zuleika Gallery is calling out for artists to come together again to raise money for Maggie's Oxford. 50% of all sales will be donated to Maggie's Oxford, with 50% going directly the artist. Entries are limited to one work per artist. For full details and entry forms please go to www.zuleikagallery.com/nhs Located at The Patricia Thompson Building at the Churchill Hospital, Oxford, Maggie's Oxford strives to offer the best possible support to anyone with cancer and their families free of charge. The centre provides a breathing space away from hospital and professional support in a calm, uplifting and friendly space. Co-founder Maggie Keswick Jencks knew from her own experience, the importance of art, architecture and gardens in creating a healing space for those affected by cancer. The Maggie's Centres aim to create a home-from-home where there is light, warmth, access to nature and domesticity. One of the many casualties of the Covid pandemic has been a cut in financial support for many charities and Maggie's has suffered like other organisations. Zuleika Gallery is therefore calling out to the big-hearted artists who made things happen last year to join us again in trying to make a difference in supporting this wonderful and life enhancing organisation. The exhibition will be launched online on 20 March 2021 and will be available to view until 5 April 2021. The exhibition will be guest curated by Lena Fritsch, curator of Modern & Contemporary Art, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Amanda Jewell, Curator of the Sewell Centre Gallery, Deborah Laidlaw, Chair of the Campaign and Centre Fundraising Board at Maggie's Oxford and Tim Sayer, Journalist, Collector and Director of Zuleika Gallery. Paul Hobson, Director of Modern At Oxford will judge the "?best entry' in each category. About Zuleika Gallery Zuleika Gallery was founded in Oxford in 2015 by Lizzie Collins and focuses on Contemporary and Modern British Art. Artists represented by the gallery include Trevor Sutton, Manijeh Yadegar, Andy Barker, Rachel Gracey, Claudia Clare and Frances Aviva Blane. Lizzie Collins is a History of Art graduate of UCL, and a postgraduate of the Courtauld Institute in London. Lizzie was a director and auctioneer at Bonhams, and a specialist at Christie's in 20th Century British Art, before founding Zuleika Gallery. In 2016 Lizzie set up the art programme for Sa�d Business School, University of Oxford where she has curated exhibitions by Nigel Hall RA, Nicola Green and Alice Kettle. For further information or images please contact [email protected]?or visit www.zuleikagallery.com/nhsMonday 1 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubBehaviour Management with Young People in the Arts & Cultural Sector, Online TrainingThis is essential training for anyone working directly with young people. Undertaking practical workshops and activities requires a broad understanding of youth culture and the issues surrounding young people's lives. There are added pressures of working directly with young people at risk, one of which is having the skills, knowledge and experience to be able to support behaviour effectively and responsively. This course will discuss behaviour strategies, health and safety issues and risk assessment. You will also look at ways of promoting a style of engagement with young people that supports their wellbeing and individual needs, and helps them to succeed and achieve. This training day will be split into two sessions: Monday 22nd February 10am - 12:30pm Monday 1st March 10am - 12.30pm Training will run using Zoom video conferencing. Full joining information will be sent once we have received your booking. You do not need a Zoom account in order to take part in this training, but you will need access to a computer or smartphone that has video capabilities. Ideal if:A? You work directly with children and young people in the arts and cultural sectors. You will gain: A better understanding of behavioural issues, potential causes and the best ways to respond to them Strategies to transform challenging behaviour into positive outcomes Flexible and responsive approaches to use in your own work with young people Share personal concerns and previous experiences in a supportive environment as you learn new ways to overcome future challenges Course cost:A? Full price: A?80 per personA?A? Bursary price: A?48 We are pleased to offer a limited number of bursary places for this course, priced at A?48 per person. Bursary places are available for individuals that meet the below criteria, and are allocated on a first come, first served basis.A? Volunteer Student Apprentice/Intern DisabledA? Part-time worker (2 days or less per week)A?.A? For advice and information please contact our Professional Development team [email protected] To book:A?https://artswork.org.uk/training-events/Monday 1 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubShades of Green 2021 | Juried Painting and Photography CompetitionInternational Online Juried Painting & PhotographyA?CompetitionDeadline February 28, 2021. Entry fee $18A?(non-refundable) Open to artists 18 years and older.A? All painting & drawing mediums allowed including oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, mixed media, pencil, pen, charcoal and conte, digital painting and photography. Up to two art pieces allowed per submission. Artists my enter more than once. Artwork may be any style or subject matter that contains the color GREEN either as a prominent or secondary color. This is a competition, only the award recipients will be in the online group exhibition.A?The selection of artwork will be chosen by Jury based on the number of entries, technical skill, quality of work, originality and the criteria for this event.A? Please allow up to 3 weeks for review and preparation for the online show. Find out more:A?https://www.camelbackgallery.com/shadesofgreen2021competitionSunday 28 February, 2021Link
ArtsHubOpen call for artists -- Sheffield Doc/Fest Arts Programme entries open!Calling all artists, makers and creators -- Sheffield Doc/Fest is open for Arts Programme entries!A?Apply by 1 March, 12:00 Noon GMT. We are open for entries from artists and collectives, emerging and established creators from around the world. We welcome non-fiction works from across all digital non-fiction narratives (VR/AR, Expanded Cinema, Interactive Documentary, Game, Installation +more). Our Arts Programme is a space for experimentation in digital art practice, exploring narrative through research and bringing together varied forms and languages. Playing with non-fiction boundaries and expanding them. Enter your work to the 28th edition of Sheffield Doc/Fest, a hybrid and extended festival taking place 4--13 June in Sheffield and online.Monday 1 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubGrand Prix Images Vevey - International Photography AwardThe international photography award Grand Prix Images Vevey, worth 40 000 CHF ( ~ 37 000 EUR) is one of the largest and longest-standing prizes in Europe and attracts participants from all over the world for each competition. Winning projects are then exhibited at Festival Images Vevey the following year. A pre-jury nominates at least 50 projects The nominated artists send a complete file by post until April 18th 2021 The international jury chooses the winning project in May 2nd 2021 The winner has one year to complete his project and present it at the Festival Images Vevey 2022 Deadline 28 February 2021 Images Vevey, VeveyApply hereSunday 28 February, 2021Link
ArtsHubThe AuxiliaryDescription:A? Submissions for the artist-in-residence programme AUX-AiR 2018 are now open! They are looking for four emerging and early career international artists working in the fields of sonic art, performance and installation to undertake a funded 6 week residency at the project space in Teesside, northeast England. Chosen artists will receive a stipend, production budget and travel allowance. During their residency, artists will present an exhibition/performance and a talk/workshop at The Auxiliary's gallery space, network with local artists and organizations and benefit from critical feedback sessions with invited artistic mentors.Successful applicants will also benefit from networking opportunities with their partners Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Navigator North, Platform A and Middlesbrough Council. AUX-AiR 2018 is proud to be funded by the Arts Council of England. OutcomeA? Exhibition/Performance and Talk/Workshop. Accommodation InformationA? Single or double rooms are available. Artists will share a large equipped kitchen, living room, library/reading room and bathrooms. Partners are also welcome, at a modest extra fee. Unfortunately, they can't, at this time, accommodate children. Studio InformationA? The Auxiliary provides 2 bright studios and a sound lab with recording facilities. Basic tools available. Technical InformationA? The residency provides a selection of audio and visual equipment,including microphones, PA system, handheld recorders, camera and lenses, printer and audio monitors with multi channel capabilities. Please check theirA?websiteA?for the complete list and specifications. LocationA? Stockton is a large market town with a population of about 85,000. An hour south of Newcastle and a three hour drive from the Scottish border, Stockton once thrived in the shipbuilding and iron industries, but this began to decline in the 1930's, with a full stoppage of iron production in the area in 2015, ultimately resulting in the loss of thousands of jobs.The Tees valley is culturally diverse -- through the 1960's there was an influx of Asian immigrants, and in 2015, Middlesbrough housed more asylum seekers per capita than any other place in the UK. Many charities and religious organisations have been set up to aid asylum seekers housed here. The area is bordered by the A19 motorway, the sea, nature reserves, and a 290 hectare biological site of specific scientific interest called Seal Sands. SIRF, a large performance and theatre based festival, takes places here each summer.Sunday 28 February, 2021Link
ArtsHubKresen Kernow Public Art CommissionOpportunity for Artists: Kresen Kernow Public Art Commission We are delighted to offer this opportunity for artists interested in applying for a visual public art commission at Kresen Kernow. Funded by Arts Council England, the artwork will be inspired by the theme My Cornwall: My Home and will commemorate the temporary return to Cornwall in 2021 of several historic Cornish manuscripts, including the Ordinalia.A? As part of the process of developing and realising the public artwork, we expect the chosen artist to work with Cornish community groups and the Archives and Cornish Studies Service (ACSS) team, to gain local knowledge and engagement.A? We are looking for a high-quality artwork which will intrigue, surprise, challenge and delight and which will draw people to Kresen Kernow and Redruth. The principles of New Rules of Public Art will inform the selection of the commissioned artist. The commission is worth A?35,000. This will cover artist fees and all expenses connected to the realisation of the project.A? It will run from May 2021 and will be unveiled to the public on St Piran's Day, 5 March 2022. Application process Stage 1 is a call for Expressions of Interest in response to the themes outlined in the brief. Artists will be shortlisted by a panel and up to 5 will be invited to tender for Stage 2. Stage 2 will involve a detailed proposal with a concept design and quotation. A small fee will be available to pay for artists' time at this stage. This is a call for Stage 1: Expressions of Interest in response to the themes outlined in the brief. No concept designs or specific ideas need to be submitted at Stage 1. Download details and the full brief here:A?Public artwork brief FINAL. Deadline: midnight 1 March 2021. Email submissions [email protected]Monday 1 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubCALL FOR ENTRIES: Artists, Amateurs and Art EnthusiastsDescription: NoLabel: A Tree Of Good MemoriesA?is an online art exhibition project which aims to exhibit nature inspired art and collect memories that are associated with trees and/or nature. We are convinced that art is a great way to share thoughts, memories, ideas and emotions, especially at the time of social distancing, so let's get connected! We welcome participation from anyone who likes nature, and wants to share their visual art, writing or simply a memory on the subject. *IMPORTANT: No formal degree or background in arts is requiredA? Any media is welcome Submitted worksA?MUST NOTA?contain nudity, violence, inappropriate language or offensive content.A? TO TAKE PART PLEASE: A?1. Follow @NOLABEL_ART on Instagram (Red logo) A?2. Post images of your artworks onA?yourA?Instagram account using the hashtagA?#atreeofgoodmemories and @nolabel_art. IMPORTANT: Your Instagram account MUST BE OPEN, so we can see your work. A?3. Email: your Instagram User Name (for us to credit you) an image/images of your art(up to 3) or a short video (1) or aA?writing (up to 5) a short Description: of your work (if any)A? Contact:A?Victoria at [email protected] PLEASE NOTE that we will only be able to post works of those participants whose artworks/ writings ownership can be verified through Instagram posts.Sunday 28 February, 2021Link
ArtsHubShe/ Her/ They/ ThemIncuArts invites women identifying and gender non-conforming artists to submit work for SHE/ HER/ THEY/ THEM- an exhibition exploring ideas related to gender and celebrating women and gender-nonconforming artists. Entry Deadline: March 8, 2021 Selections Announced- March 13, 2021 Exhibition Dates - March 16- May 1, 2021 Selected artists will have their work featured in the online exhibition and via social media platforms. Artists of all media are encouraged to apply. Women, people of color, LGBTQ+, and other community members are encouraged to apply. Each artwork will be considered based upon the merit of individual images submitted by each artist.A? *Entries will be reviewed on a weeklyA? basis until the deadline. Artists are strongly advised to submit their entries early.* Please see our Calls for Entries page for submission details: https://www.incuarts.com/sheTuesday 9 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubCALL OUT FOR ARTISTSART FROM THE HEART 2021 in aid of Maggie's Oxford Charity Online exhibition at Zuleika Gallery CALL OUT FOR ENTRIES Online exhibition dates 20 March - 5 April atA?www.zuleikagallery.com/nhs Categories: painting, print, sculpture, ceramics and photography. One entry per artist. Deadline for entry 1 March - FREE ENTRY After the overwhelming success of last year's charity online exhibition Art From The Heart for the Oxford Hospitals Charity, when over 130 artists came forward to try to make a difference at a time of national and global crisis, Zuleika Gallery is calling out for artists to come together again to raise money for Maggie's Oxford. 50% of all sales will be donated to Maggie's Oxford, with 50% going directly the artist. Entries are limited to one work per artist. For full details and entry forms please go to www.zuleikagallery.com/nhs Located at The Patricia Thompson Building at the Churchill Hospital, Oxford, Maggie's Oxford strives to offer the best possible support to anyone with cancer and their families free of charge. The centre provides a breathing space away from hospital and professional support in a calm, uplifting and friendly space. Co-founder Maggie Keswick Jencks knew from her own experience, the importance of art, architecture and gardens in creating a healing space for those affected by cancer. The Maggie's Centres aim to create a home-from-home where there is light, warmth, access to nature and domesticity. One of the many casualties of the Covid pandemic has been a cut in financial support for many charities and Maggie's has suffered like other organisations. Zuleika Gallery is therefore calling out to the big-hearted artists who made things happen last year to join us again in trying to make a difference in supporting this wonderful and life enhancing organisation. The exhibition will be launched online on 20 March 2021 and will be available to view until 5 April 2021. The exhibition will be guest curated by Lena Fritsch, curator of Modern & Contemporary Art, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Amanda Jewell, Curator of the Sewell Centre Gallery, Deborah Laidlaw, Chair of the Campaign and Centre Fundraising Board at Maggie's Oxford and Tim Sayer, Journalist, Collector and Director of Zuleika Gallery. Paul Hobson, Director of Modern At Oxford will judge the "?best entry' in each category. About Zuleika Gallery Zuleika Gallery was founded in Oxford in 2015 by Lizzie Collins and focuses on Contemporary and Modern British Art. Artists represented by the gallery include Trevor Sutton, Manijeh Yadegar, Andy Barker, Rachel Gracey, Claudia Clare and Frances Aviva Blane. Lizzie Collins is a History of Art graduate of UCL, and a postgraduate of the Courtauld Institute in London. Lizzie was a director and auctioneer at Bonhams, and a specialist at Christie's in 20th Century British Art, before founding Zuleika Gallery. In 2016 Lizzie set up the art programme for Sa�d Business School, University of Oxford where she has curated exhibitions by Nigel Hall RA, Nicola Green and Alice Kettle. For further information or images please contact [email protected]?or visit www.zuleikagallery.com/nhsMonday 1 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubBehaviour Management with Young People in the Arts & Cultural Sector, Online TrainingThis is essential training for anyone working directly with young people. Undertaking practical workshops and activities requires a broad understanding of youth culture and the issues surrounding young people's lives. There are added pressures of working directly with young people at risk, one of which is having the skills, knowledge and experience to be able to support behaviour effectively and responsively. This course will discuss behaviour strategies, health and safety issues and risk assessment. You will also look at ways of promoting a style of engagement with young people that supports their wellbeing and individual needs, and helps them to succeed and achieve. This training day will be split into two sessions: Monday 22nd February 10am - 12:30pm Monday 1st March 10am - 12.30pm Training will run using Zoom video conferencing. Full joining information will be sent once we have received your booking. You do not need a Zoom account in order to take part in this training, but you will need access to a computer or smartphone that has video capabilities. Ideal if:A? You work directly with children and young people in the arts and cultural sectors. You will gain: A better understanding of behavioural issues, potential causes and the best ways to respond to them Strategies to transform challenging behaviour into positive outcomes Flexible and responsive approaches to use in your own work with young people Share personal concerns and previous experiences in a supportive environment as you learn new ways to overcome future challenges Course cost:A? Full price: A?80 per personA?A? Bursary price: A?48 We are pleased to offer a limited number of bursary places for this course, priced at A?48 per person. Bursary places are available for individuals that meet the below criteria, and are allocated on a first come, first served basis.A? Volunteer Student Apprentice/Intern DisabledA? Part-time worker (2 days or less per week)A?.A? For advice and information please contact our Professional Development team [email protected] To book:A?https://artswork.org.uk/training-events/Monday 1 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubShades of Green 2021 | Juried Painting and Photography CompetitionInternational Online Juried Painting & PhotographyA?CompetitionDeadline February 28, 2021. Entry fee $18A?(non-refundable) Open to artists 18 years and older.A? All painting & drawing mediums allowed including oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, mixed media, pencil, pen, charcoal and conte, digital painting and photography. Up to two art pieces allowed per submission. Artists my enter more than once. Artwork may be any style or subject matter that contains the color GREEN either as a prominent or secondary color. This is a competition, only the award recipients will be in the online group exhibition.A?The selection of artwork will be chosen by Jury based on the number of entries, technical skill, quality of work, originality and the criteria for this event.A? Please allow up to 3 weeks for review and preparation for the online show. Find out more:A?https://www.camelbackgallery.com/shadesofgreen2021competitionSunday 28 February, 2021Link
ArtsHubOpen call for artists -- Sheffield Doc/Fest Arts Programme entries open!Calling all artists, makers and creators -- Sheffield Doc/Fest is open for Arts Programme entries!A?Apply by 1 March, 12:00 Noon GMT. We are open for entries from artists and collectives, emerging and established creators from around the world. We welcome non-fiction works from across all digital non-fiction narratives (VR/AR, Expanded Cinema, Interactive Documentary, Game, Installation +more). Our Arts Programme is a space for experimentation in digital art practice, exploring narrative through research and bringing together varied forms and languages. Playing with non-fiction boundaries and expanding them. Enter your work to the 28th edition of Sheffield Doc/Fest, a hybrid and extended festival taking place 4--13 June in Sheffield and online.Monday 1 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubGrand Prix Images Vevey - International Photography AwardThe international photography award Grand Prix Images Vevey, worth 40 000 CHF ( ~ 37 000 EUR) is one of the largest and longest-standing prizes in Europe and attracts participants from all over the world for each competition. Winning projects are then exhibited at Festival Images Vevey the following year. A pre-jury nominates at least 50 projects The nominated artists send a complete file by post until April 18th 2021 The international jury chooses the winning project in May 2nd 2021 The winner has one year to complete his project and present it at the Festival Images Vevey 2022 Deadline 28 February 2021 Images Vevey, VeveyApply hereSunday 28 February, 2021Link
ArtsHubThe AuxiliaryDescription:A? Submissions for the artist-in-residence programme AUX-AiR 2018 are now open! They are looking for four emerging and early career international artists working in the fields of sonic art, performance and installation to undertake a funded 6 week residency at the project space in Teesside, northeast England. Chosen artists will receive a stipend, production budget and travel allowance. During their residency, artists will present an exhibition/performance and a talk/workshop at The Auxiliary's gallery space, network with local artists and organizations and benefit from critical feedback sessions with invited artistic mentors.Successful applicants will also benefit from networking opportunities with their partners Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Navigator North, Platform A and Middlesbrough Council. AUX-AiR 2018 is proud to be funded by the Arts Council of England. OutcomeA? Exhibition/Performance and Talk/Workshop. Accommodation InformationA? Single or double rooms are available. Artists will share a large equipped kitchen, living room, library/reading room and bathrooms. Partners are also welcome, at a modest extra fee. Unfortunately, they can't, at this time, accommodate children. Studio InformationA? The Auxiliary provides 2 bright studios and a sound lab with recording facilities. Basic tools available. Technical InformationA? The residency provides a selection of audio and visual equipment,including microphones, PA system, handheld recorders, camera and lenses, printer and audio monitors with multi channel capabilities. Please check theirA?websiteA?for the complete list and specifications. LocationA? Stockton is a large market town with a population of about 85,000. An hour south of Newcastle and a three hour drive from the Scottish border, Stockton once thrived in the shipbuilding and iron industries, but this began to decline in the 1930's, with a full stoppage of iron production in the area in 2015, ultimately resulting in the loss of thousands of jobs.The Tees valley is culturally diverse -- through the 1960's there was an influx of Asian immigrants, and in 2015, Middlesbrough housed more asylum seekers per capita than any other place in the UK. Many charities and religious organisations have been set up to aid asylum seekers housed here. The area is bordered by the A19 motorway, the sea, nature reserves, and a 290 hectare biological site of specific scientific interest called Seal Sands. SIRF, a large performance and theatre based festival, takes places here each summer.Sunday 28 February, 2021Link
ArtsHubKresen Kernow Public Art CommissionOpportunity for Artists: Kresen Kernow Public Art Commission We are delighted to offer this opportunity for artists interested in applying for a visual public art commission at Kresen Kernow. Funded by Arts Council England, the artwork will be inspired by the theme My Cornwall: My Home and will commemorate the temporary return to Cornwall in 2021 of several historic Cornish manuscripts, including the Ordinalia.A? As part of the process of developing and realising the public artwork, we expect the chosen artist to work with Cornish community groups and the Archives and Cornish Studies Service (ACSS) team, to gain local knowledge and engagement.A? We are looking for a high-quality artwork which will intrigue, surprise, challenge and delight and which will draw people to Kresen Kernow and Redruth. The principles of New Rules of Public Art will inform the selection of the commissioned artist. The commission is worth A?35,000. This will cover artist fees and all expenses connected to the realisation of the project.A? It will run from May 2021 and will be unveiled to the public on St Piran's Day, 5 March 2022. Application process Stage 1 is a call for Expressions of Interest in response to the themes outlined in the brief. Artists will be shortlisted by a panel and up to 5 will be invited to tender for Stage 2. Stage 2 will involve a detailed proposal with a concept design and quotation. A small fee will be available to pay for artists' time at this stage. This is a call for Stage 1: Expressions of Interest in response to the themes outlined in the brief. No concept designs or specific ideas need to be submitted at Stage 1. Download details and the full brief here:A?Public artwork brief FINAL. Deadline: midnight 1 March 2021. Email submissions [email protected]Monday 1 March, 2021Link
ArtsHubCALL FOR ENTRIES: Artists, Amateurs and Art EnthusiastsDescription: NoLabel: A Tree Of Good MemoriesA?is an online art exhibition project which aims to exhibit nature inspired art and collect memories that are associated with trees and/or nature. We are convinced that art is a great way to share thoughts, memories, ideas and emotions, especially at the time of social distancing, so let's get connected! We welcome participation from anyone who likes nature, and wants to share their visual art, writing or simply a memory on the subject. *IMPORTANT: No formal degree or background in arts is requiredA? Any media is welcome Submitted worksA?MUST NOTA?contain nudity, violence, inappropriate language or offensive content.A? TO TAKE PART PLEASE: A?1. Follow @NOLABEL_ART on Instagram (Red logo) A?2. Post images of your artworks onA?yourA?Instagram account using the hashtagA?#atreeofgoodmemories and @nolabel_art. IMPORTANT: Your Instagram account MUST BE OPEN, so we can see your work. A?3. Email: your Instagram User Name (for us to credit you) an image/images of your art(up to 3) or a short video (1) or aA?writing (up to 5) a short Description: of your work (if any)A? Contact:A?Victoria at [email protected] PLEASE NOTE that we will only be able to post works of those participants whose artworks/ writings ownership can be verified through Instagram posts.Sunday 28 February, 2021Link
visualartistsPublic Art Commission | N81 Glenview Roundabout, Tallaght SDCCThe Board of Management of Merlin College wishes to commission public artwork(s) under the Per Cent for Art Scheme, funded by the Department of Education and Skills.Cola?iste Mhuirlinne/Merlin College (Budget is ?51,000. This is to cover artist"s fees, design, supply and installation of art works inclusive of all associated costs including VAT.Stage 1 deadline: Monday 18Artists BriefApplication formAccording to a recent NUIG study, Doughiska is the most diverse, multi-cultural places in Ireland. This is reflected in our student body with students from many different countries and with over 41 different languages. This vibrant, multi-cultural school community is reflected in our school motto: The school has a wide and varied curriculum covering all subject areas and a multitude of sporting and other co-and extra-curricular activities. All of which can be seen on the school"s social media platforms and on the schools website: Merlin College is a mixed, multidenominational school. The school"s ethos is captured in the words in our school crest: The CommissionThe selection process for this project will comprise an open competition. All interested professional artists at any stage of their career or experience are welcome to tender.Selection will be a two-stage process and will be made by a panel, based on the information supplied by the applicant. Outline proposals are required for stage 1.Site visits can be organised by contacting the School Principal John Cleary Stage 1Applicants must submitStage 2The Selection PanelThe Selection Panel will consist of nominees from the school community and a professional visual artist.QueriesQueries can be directed to the School Principal John Cleary at2021-01-18 00:00:00Link
visualartistsOpen Call | ?ir?m Inniu ? I Arise Today, Irish Language Week 2021, Derry City and Strabane District CouncilCola?iste Chu Chulainn is a co-educational, multidenominational learner"centred school. It is the aim of our school community to provide a comprehensive education in which every member of Clann Chola?iste Chu Chulainn is encouraged to learn, develop and attain excellence.The School"s Public Art Working Group have made the decision to commission a Permanent Artwork to be sited at the front of their school. A meaningful engagement process to involve some of their students is important to the school.Artist Brief: Budget: ?54,000. This includes the costs of any materials, artist"s fees, design development, artists" insurance, supply and installation, signage, travel, and any other costs incurred in the production of the project / artwork.The PAWG would like that you are considerate of the following elements when you consider applying for this commission." An imaginative and engaging permanent artwork to be sited outside the front of their school buildingVarious approaches and levels of engagement are welcomed as part of this Per Cent for Art project. Collaborative partnerships are also welcome, should artists wish to partner with another artist for this project but a joint application would need to be submitted at Stage 1.The Commissioning Process:The selection process will take the form of a Two Stage Open Competition. It is open to all interested professional artists at any stage of their career or experience. Selection will be based on the information supplied, establishing the competence of the artists to carry out this commission. No designs or detailed proposals are required in Stage 1.Stage 1 Artists are invited to express their interest in being considered for this project at the first stage of this commission. Artists may do this by completing the application form and submission of a CV and images / details of recent relevant works / projects.The closing date for receipt of Stage 1 completed application form together with supporting documentation and material is 12 noon Friday 2Stage 2 From the completed Stage 1 applications; a shortlist of artists will be selected by panel jury. This panel, whose decision is final, has the right to clarify any issue which may arise in the course of selection. Stage 2 short listed artists will be paid a concept development fee of ?300 to work on a detailed proposal for final selection. A Stage 2 brief will be available to shortlisted artists and a site visit is expected at this stage.Cola?iste Chu Chulainn reserves the right not to proceed with any submissions received.Selection Panel:The Selection Panel will consist of four members of the Public Art Working Group and two Professional Artists and will be chaired by the Curator / Project Manager.Project Delivery Timeline:It is anticipated that the project would commence during 2021 and be completed by the end of 2021 or early 2022. The artist should demonstrate their ability to fulfil this timeframe. The final timeline will be agreed with the commissioned artist at contract stage.Site Visits:Site visits will be arranged for shortlisted artists at Stage 2 of the commissioning process. Should site visits not be possible, a virtual site visit will be facilitated. Site Drawings will also be made available to shortlisted artists.Queries:Applicants can make enquiries regarding the commission to Rina Whyte, email2 April, 12 noonLink
visualartistsCommission | Moments that Matter ? LauraLynn Ireland?s Children?s Hospice, D?n Laoghaire-Rathdown County CouncilThe Board of Management of Cola?iste Chiara?in (Secondary School) wishes to commission public artwork(s) under the Per Cent for Art Scheme, funded by the Department of Education and Skills.BudgetArtists Brief:This is a Two Stage commission process. Deadline for Stage 1 proposals is 12pm Monday 1st March 2021 .The commission Site Location The school building is in Summerhill, Athlone, Co Roscommon. There are several possible areas for the artwork/s on the school grounds. To gain a better understanding of the location, a site visit is necessary. Site visits can be organised by contacting the School Principal Brendan Waldron At Stage 1 Applicants must submitSubmissions and queries to be made by email to the school at: Stage 2 The shortlisted candidates who move to stage two will be paid a concept development fee of ?500 (including VAT and all other charges) to submit the detail of their proposal and concept. The proposal will include a detailed breakdown of all costs.The Selection Panel The Selection Panel will consist of nominees from the school community and an external art expert.1st March, 12pmLink
visualartistsPer Cent for Art Commission at Merlin College, Doughiska, GalwayThe School"s Public Art Working Group have made the decision to commission a Permanent Artwork to be sited at the front of their school. A meaningful engagement process to involve the students is important to the school. The school would like the project to be documented in a medium that can then be displayed in the school. They also wish that the project be environmentally aware in the use of materials, where possible.The PAWG would like that you are considerate of the following elements when you consider applying for this commission." An imaginative and engaging permanent artwork to be sited outside the front of their school building.Various approaches and levels of engagement are welcomed as part of this Per Cent for Art project. Collaborative partnerships are also welcome, should artists wish to partner with another artist for this project but a joint application would need to be submitted at Stage 1.Budget: The total budget for the project is Artist Brief: The Commissioning Process: The selection process will take the form of a Two Stage Open Competition. It is open to all interested professional artists at any stage of their career or experience. Selection will be based on the information supplied, establishing the competence of the artists to carry out this commission. No designs or detailed proposals are required in Stage 1.Stage 1 Artists are invited to express their interest in being considered for this project at the first stage of this commission. Artists may do this by completing the application form and submission of a CV and images / details of recent relevant works / projects.The closing date for receipt of Stage 1 completed application form together with supporting documentation and material is 12 noon Friday 19Stage 2 From the completed Stage 1 applications; a shortlist of artists will be selected by panel jury. This panel, whose decision is final, has the right to clarify any issue which may arise in the course of selection. Stage 2 short listed artists will be paid a concept development fee of ?300 to work on a detailed proposal for final selection. A Stage 2 brief will be available to shortlisted artists and a site visit is expected at this stage.Claregalway Educate Together National School reserves the right not to proceed with any submissions received.Selection Panel: The Selection Panel will consist of four members of the Public Art Working Group and two Professional Artists and will be chaired by the Curator / Project Manager.Project Delivery Timeline: It is anticipated that the project would commence during Queries: Applicants can make enquiries regarding the commission tonoon 19 February 2020Link
visualartistsPer Cent for Art Commission | Col?iste Chiar?in, Athlone, Co RoscommonCarlow County Councils Public Art Working Group invite Artists to tender for this new Public Art Commission that will be managed by the Arts Office of Carlow County Council. They wish to commission an artist(s) to develop a suitable public art work that marks the life"s work of John Tyndall as we celebrate the 200Budget: ?98,000 fully inclusive of VAT, all materials and all necessary installation costs.Artist Brief: Stage 1 Deadline: 4The Public Art Working Group would ask the Artist to consider the following aims in submitting their application :Selection Process The Public Art Working Group will nominate the Selection Panel which will consist of representatives from the Public Art Working Group, an external assessment suitably qualified person and a nominated representative from the Leighlinbridge Improvement Group to assess the applications and select both short listed and final commissioned artists.Stage 1: Artists are invited to submit outline of proposal and outline costs by 12 Noon 4Artists are requested to submit the following with their completed application form:1. A typed proposal (max 200 words) outlining in detail your concept and final design. This should indicate your reasons for applying for the commission and how it meets the aims outlined above of the commission.2. Details of materials to be used and timescale for the completion of the project with estimated budget in Euro.3. Sufficient drawings, photographs, illustrations for the purpose of communicating the scale, proportion, and artistic content of the developed project. Please label all items.4. Satisfactory evidence of safety, durability and maintenance requirements for the proposed work.5. Detailed budget and timescale for the project and evidence of ability to complete the project within budget and time.6. Current Curriculum Vitae7. 3 examples/evidence of previous public art projects undertaken.8. A Stamped Addressed envelope (to the value of the weight) to return all materials to artist(s).Assessment of Stage 1 applications will take place within 3 weeks of the closing date above and all artists will be notified within this timeframe.Stage 2: A number of artists Stage 2 Upon receipt of detailed proposals artists may be required to meet virtually with and present proposal to selection panel.2021-03-04 00:00:00Link
visualartistsCommission | Celebrating the Life and Work of Climate Scientist ? John Tyndall, Leighlinbridge, CarlowFor the 20If the arts hold a mirror up to society, who are we in 2021?Artist Brief: Reflections: This award is for a temporary outdoor artwork or time-based event, including but not limited to installation, street art and mural work as part of Information Session:FinanceFor temporary outdoor public artworks, artists are invited to submit budget proposals up to a maximum of ?6,000. Budgets are inclusive of all artist fees, material costs, production and travel and expenses. The partners (Clonmel Junction Arts Festival & South Tipperary Arts Centre) will provide support in the form of marketing /publicity and technical advice if required. Applicants are responsible for any costs related to open call.Selection criteria Selection will be based on the following:Submission requirements Proposals must contain:The artistic policy of Clonmel Junction Arts Festival is to draw inspiration from the town of Clonmel, reflecting the stories and events that have shaped us and that continue to influence our lives.Assessment of proposals for both briefs, will involve a panel made up of individuals from both commissioning bodies as well as a professional artist. See commissioning policy for more info.Deadline: Monday 22Terms and conditions All artforms will be considered, once in line with the criteria outlined above. All applications should show consideration of Levels 1-5 of COVID-19 restrictions.If successful, a method statement for installation and delivery will be requested.Please note that the artwork/installation will need to be delivered as agreed. Any changes or adaptations will need to be agreed in advance with the commissioning partners.For any outdoor installations, biosecurity considerations must be evidenced.2021-03-22 00:00:00Link
visualartistsDeadline Reminder | Percent for Art Commission ? Col?iste na Coiribe, Co. GalwayLauraLynn Ireland"s Children"s Hospice, with support from Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council"s Arts Office, is delighted to announce an artist"s commission focusing on families that avail of LauraLynns services.This commission is designed to be responsive to families identified by LauraLynn. The aim is to show the beauty and connection within everyday moments in the lives of the families that attend LauraLynn"s Children"s Hospice Service.They are looking for professional artists/companies that work in one or more of the following areas: Visual Art, Dance, Theatre, Music, Opera, Musical Theatre, Physical Theatre, Spoken Word, Creative Writing, Circus Arts or Performance Art.They are particularly interested in practitioners who work in a collaborative manner, are flexible in their approach and responsive to the needs of those involved.This commission is funded by Creative Ireland and LauraLynn"s Children"s Hospice and supported by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council.The brief for this commission is to engage with families identified by LauraLynn and to explore the quotation ?We do not remember days, we remember moments? (Cesare Pavese), in the context of families living with a child with a life limiting illness. Exploration of the artform with the families using this theme is central to this commission.The process of working with the families is of the upmost important and their experience is the central focus of this commission; not a final or finished 'piece". It is envisaged that an outcome from the commission will come entirely through this collaboration with the families. LauraLynn will support the artist/s in the creation of this work to ensure that the families can navigate any issues that may arise.Budget:Artists" Brief:Application Procedure Please apply in email to? Curriculum Vitae/s of lead artist and collaborators (if relevant)Timeline:Closing Date for Queries 5pm, 15 January 2021QueriesPlease email any queries to Ma?ire Davey Assistant Arts Officer Queries relating directly to LauraLynn will be forwarded for comment by LauraLynn staff and returned by dlr Arts Office Email:30 January 2021, 5pmLink
visualartistsPercent for Art Commission | Col?iste Ch? Chulainn, Dundalk, Co. LouthThe Board of Management of Cola?iste na Coiribe wishes to commission public artwork(s) under the Per Cent for Art Scheme, funded by the Department of Education and Skills.Cola?iste na Coiribe operates under the auspices of the Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board (GRETB). The school was founded as an all-Irish, co-educational, post-primary school in 1992 on Claddagh Quay, west of the city. In 1993, the school moved to the Tuam Road, east of Galway city.Budget:Artists" Brief:Application Form: Deadline for Stage 1 submission:The school"s ethos is captured in the images in our school crest: 3 of these symbolise Irish culture " the shamrock, the Claddagh ring, a symbol of the best of Galway craftsmanship and the Galway hooker a symbol of the importance of sailing and the sea in the coastal communities of Galway city and south Connemara from which our student body come from. The symbol of the book celebrates learning and high academic achievement which is a key feature of school life at Cola?iste na Coiribe.The sea permeates life in Galway and our school is located close to Galway Bay which can be seen from some of locations within the school. Many of our students and staff live by and travel along the coast on their daily journey to and from school. Our school is on a green field site in the middle of a dense urban residential area. We want the commissioned artwork/s to reflect the history of the location and also to serve as a connector to the wider community.concepts as important for them about school life in Cola?iste na Coiribe:The commission is open to all art forms for this project, with the proviso that any physical artwork within the grounds of a second level school needs to be robust and have regard for public health and safety. An Ghaeilge/The Irish language is the founding cornerstone of our school and we wish to celebrate it within our school and community. The artwork/s must reflect the ethos of the school. The commission must include a meaningful contribution and participation from the students in our school. Collaboration with the student council and arts department will form part of the Stage 2 process. Artwork is to be completed during the school year 2021/2022, or if an ongoing the project may be extended over a longer period subject to agreement between artist and school board of management.Selection will be a two-stage process and will be made by a panel, based on the information supplied by the applicant. Outline proposals are required for stage 1.Stage 1 Applicants must submitSubmissions and queries to be made by email to the school at: Stage 2The shortlisted candidates who move to stage two will be paid a concept development fee of ?500 (including VAT and all other charges) to submit an outline of their proposal and concept. The proposal will include a detailed breakdown of all costs.Please note that Cola?iste na Coiribe reserves the right to commission at stage two or not to commission from entries received and to re-advertise, directly invite, directly commission or to select more than one submission for commission and to divide the budget accordingly.The Selection Panel The Selection Panel will consist of nominees from the school community and an external artist.2021-02-12 00:00:00Link
visualartistsDeadline Reminder | Percent for Art Commission Claregalway Educate Together N.S., GalwaySouth Dublin County Council would like to invite proposals for a highly visible, sculptural artwork at Glenview Roundabout, Tallaght on the N81. The commission is part of a large scale infrastructure project N81 Landscape Improvement Scheme and will be the first of three commissions in specified locations along the route.This initial project at Glenview Roundabout should be a distinctive inviting gateway piece that marks the main avenue of approach into Tallaght town centre, the business and residential heart of South Dublin County. Submissions should demonstrate the County"s energy and dynamism, reflected in new residential developments, re-developments and increasing cultural diversity, in a fresh and colourful way. The County"s rich history with its young and vibrant present, are key to the identity of the County.Please read the full Artist BriefN81 Public Art Commission RouteIt is planned to commission three public art works as part of the N81 Landscape Improvement Scheme at three specified locations.Identified on the map are the 3 key locations where public art commissions are proposed along the length of the N81. Photos and site maps are included in the Artist Brief, Appendix 2.None?It is hoped the artworks at the three locations will reinforce the sense of a route, which gives insight to the characteristics of the area. These could be a series of works or individual works which are linked visually or by a theme. As part of this two stage commissioning process for N81 Glenview Roundabout, Tallaght, artists may also present outline concepts for linking their proposal to some or all of the other commission locations.In commissioning an artist for Location C Glenview Roundabout, South Dublin County Council hope to appoint this artist as preferred candidate for some or all of the additional commissions. A It should be noted that South Dublin County Council will reserve the right to launch an alternative commission process for any of the two additional locations and may appoint different artists to each commission following Stage 2 or Development Stage.FinanceThe value of the initial commission at Location C " Glenview Roundabout is ?50,000. This amount is fully inclusive of all costs including fees to the artist, any necessary research, production/realisation, installations, insurance, documentation, maintenance file and VAT.The two additional commissions at Locations A and B, will have a budget of ?45,000 each. Further details to be finalised at Development Stage.Selection Process?This is an open submission 2 Stage competitive process. Stage 1 is open to any artist. It is an initial expression of interest process that will result in the shortlisting of a maximum of 5 artists who will progress to Stage 2.All Stage 2 shortlisted artists (maximum of 5) will be paid a fee of ?1000 for completing Stage 2 of the submission process.Artists interested in submitting Stage 1 applications should complete the Support Material (upload files)Applications can be made via the online platform at Closing date for submissions is 5pm on the 5th of April 2021. Late submissions will not be accepted.Selection Panel:The Selection Panel for Stage 1 will be composed from the following:QueriesApplicants are welcome to make enquiries regarding the commission. Answers to questions of a factual nature and not relating to conceptual or aesthetic questions will be shared on the application website.Queries should be sent via email to: The closing date for queries is Tuesday 23rd March 2021 at 12:00pm.5 April, 5pmLink
visualartistsOpen Call | Reflections? Temporary Outdoor Artwork for Clonmel Junction Arts FestivalScoil Naomh Feicha?n National School has formed a committee to oversee the Percent for Art Commission. They have made a collective decision to commission an engaging permanent artwork(s) for the exterior space of our school. They hope that this piece of work will enhance the school environment.The art piece should consist of a single piece of art. It is hoped that the final work will be permanent, durable and easily maintained over time. It is also hoped that the legacy of the artwork is that future pupils will benefit from this usable and creative space. The proposed process must involve artists creating a usable and creative space that will engage students.Budget: ?31,000. This includes the costs of any materials, artist"s fees, design development, artist"s insurance, supply and installation, signage, travel, and any other costs incurred in the production of the project / artwork.Please read full Artist Brief for more information: Application Form: The selection process will take the form of a Two Stage Open Competition. It is open to all interested professional artists/craftspeople at any stage of their career or experience. Selection will be based on the information supplied, establishing the competence of the artist to carry out the commission.Three short-listed artists will be paid an honorarium of ?500 for completing the submission /application process.Stage 1 Artists are invited to express their interest in being considered for the project at the first stage of this commission. Artists may do this by completing the application form and submitting a CV, images, details of recent relevant works, past projects, as well as a brief outline/sketch of what they would envisage for this commission based on their knowledge of the school, its location, its ethos and its characteristic values. The closing date for receipt of Stage 1 completed application form, together with supporting documentation and material, is 6pm on Wednesday March 31Applications may be submitted by email or post.Stage 1 Deadline: " March 31Selection Panel: A Selection Panel has been nominated by the Working Committee and this panel has full responsibility for short listing at Stage 1 and choosing the artist at Stage 2. The Selection Panel which will review all submissions will consist of a representative from the School Board of Management, the Project Manager, the School Principal, parent representative and an independent artist.Artists can send queries to the Project Manager at ?2021-03-31 00:00:00Link
visualartistsPercent for Art Commission | Scoil Naomh Feich?n, Termonfeckin, Co. LouthTo mark Irish Language Week 2021, Derry City and Strabane District Council would like to commission an artist to develop a new and original piece of work inspired by an excerpt from the Gaelic verse 'The Deer"s Cry", which is attributed to St Patrick.An award of up to ?1000 will be granted to one successful artist. This project is funded and supported by the office of the Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council.Artists are invited to submit a proposal outlining how they would create a new and original artwork in response to the theme in their chosen art-form and featuring the text of the verse.The artist must be able to submit a digital version the finished piece of work (e.g. digital video format, digital image format or digital audiovisual or multi-media project) in order to be eligible for hosting/presenting digitally on the web.The completed work must incorporate either the Old Irish or Modern Irish verse, or indeed both. The English verse may also be included. The artist can be creative about how the text is included, whether visually or as a spoken or sung lyric, but the verse must be evident in the piece.Applications from individual artists and/or collaborative proposals are welcome.Please submit your proposal to Pa?l a? Frighil, For more information and to download application form visit:2021-02-12 00:00:00Link
azratsCommunity Arts Grants Guidelines Available from Phoenix Office of Arts and CultureCommunity Arts Grants Guidelines Available Guidelines for the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture"s annualA?Community Arts GrantsA?program are now available.A?Applications open on March 8, 2021, for FY2022 general and project support grants.A?The deadline to apply is Thursday, April 1, 2021. TheA?General SupportA?program strengthens the community"s access to arts and culture programmingApril 1, 2021Link
azratsIntroduction to Festival Safety: The Art of Mass Gatherings Approach | Performing Arts Readiness WebinarIntroduction to Festival Safety: The Art of Mass Gatherings Approach Monday, March 15th, A?2:00 PM 8211; 3:30 PM EST Performing Arts Readiness will be hosting 8220;Introduction to Festival Safety: The Art of Mass Gatherings Approach, 8221; a webinar designed to support event producers in delivering joyous events that are conducted with emergency mitigation in mindMarch 15, 2021 2:00 - 3:30PM ESTLink
azratsTeaching Artist OpportunitiesTEACHING ARTIST OPPORTUNITY @ THE CENTER! Phoenix Center for the Arts is seeking innovative, short-duration creative workshops in a variety of mediums, available as online, in-person, or outdoor formats. Think one or two-day workshops for 2-3 hours each dayFebruary 26, 2021Link
azratsArt Detour 33ART DETOUR RETURNS AS A 33-DAY CELEBRATION OF ARTS & CULTURE Artlink, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with the mission of connecting artists, businesses and the community, announces that Art Detour will be returning for its 33rd year as a 33-day celebration of the arts and culture community. The event will run fromA?FebFebruary 27 to March 31, 2021Link
azratsCOVID-19 Resource for ASU StudentsOnline SubmissionA? The Student Crisis Fund aims to help alleviate some of the financial burdens students are currently experiencing, up to $500Open until depletedLink
azratsBlack and White Art Contest | Grey Cube GalleryGrey Cube Gallery proudly presents the second Black & White online art contest for the month of March 2021. Open to all artists worldwide over 18 years of age. Entries must include the black and white or shades of gray as the primary focus. All visual art mediums (except video and sound) are allowedMarch 11, 2021Link
azratsYICCA 2021 | International Contest of Contemporary ArtThe competition"s aim is to promote the enrolled artists, giving them chance to join the international market of contemporary art04/16/2021Link
azratsArt Gallery Shows at the ArtHubThe KCA Art Gallery at the ArtHub mounts four art shows per year. Each show is open to the public for 6 weeks. The ArtHub is on the corner of 4th Street and Beale Street in historic downtown Kingman, AZ. Each show has a themeMarch 6, 2021 6pm MSTLink
azratsCall for Writers | Dialogue Only Contest  Who here has ever skimmed over rich detailed paragraphs of description scrambling to find the next section of dialogue? Yup! Guilty. Well written dialogue can move your story forward more effectively than pages of narrative. The Dialogue Only Contest is an opportunity to create a clear and compelling story using nothing but dialogueMarch 25, 2021Link
azratsCall for Artists | Art House Online Gallery ContestArt House Online Gallery invites artists to take part in art contest and to submit their artwork. This is an international competition in which artists from around the world are invited to submit their works2021-04-15 00:00:00Link
azratsPlain View Fellowship | Southwest Folklife AllianceSFA"s newA?Plain View FellowshipA?supports ethnographers, documentarians, or artist-researchers in documenting folklife, culture, and heritage in the Greater Southwest and Northwest Mexico. ItA?aims to elevate and illuminate a slice of folklife, culture, or heritage in the region that may otherwise be misunderstood, overlooked, or forgottenMarch 15, 2021Link
azratsRauschenberg Medical Emergency GrantsRauschenberg Medical Emergency Grants The Rauschenberg Medical Emergency Grants program provides one-time grants of up to $5,000 for unexpected medical/dental/mental health emergencies. Emergencies are defined as taking place within the last six months (July 1, 2020 or later)March 1, 2021Link
azratsChallenge America Grants | National Endowment for the ArtsChallenge America Application Deadline: April 22, 2021 Grants of $10,000 Challenge America offers support primarily to small organizations for projects in all artistic disciplines that extend the reach of the arts to populations that are underservedApril 22, 2021Link
azratsSEED ResidencyThe SEED Residency Program is a mini-residency from June-August 2021 that is meant to give artists time to explore and investigate new ideas without the pressure of developing a finished workApril 4, 2021 @ 11:59 p.m.Link
azratsCall to Artists | Social Justice Collage WorkshopCollage artists with a passion for equal rights and equitable opportunities for all are invited to apply for Kolaj Institute"s Social Justice Collage Workshop, a four-week program designed to provide a foundation for the intersection of collage and social justice with the end result of creating a collage for an exhibition in May2021-03-13 00:00:00Link
azratsCall to Artists | Spring Show A??EmergenceA??Spring is a time of emergence, more so than ever this spring as we slowly emerge from Covid-19! To celebrate the hope and reconnection this coming year promises, Untitled Gallery will re-open in April with an open themed, juried exhibition of 2-D and 3-D, member and non-member artist worksMarch 14, 2021Link
azratsRepair Culture Open CallRepair Culture 8211; Open Call Kick start a new wave of repair culture. This project is a chance to launch experimentation and exploration into the potential of embracing repair culture in artistic practiceJune 18, 2021Link
azratsPrisma International Art Prize RomeIl Varco is glad to inaugurate the eight edition of Prisma Art Prize, a quarterly award with cash prizes for artists from all around the world that will become a collective exhibition for the first time in June 2021 in Rome2021-05-14 00:00:00Link
azrats27th Annual Juried Members" ExhibitionThe Griffin Museum of Photography is a nonprofit organization dedicated to photography. We strive to encourage a broader understanding and appreciation of the visual, emotional, and social impact of photographic art. The Museum will be hosting our 27th Annual Juried Members 8217; Exhibition in summer 2021, with Atlanta gallerist Arnika Dawkins as juror3/21/21Link
azratsSpring Exhibition | RiseThis spring feels especially full of renewal as we begin to rise from this pandemic, as we raise up our voices for justice, as we bloom and rise into the light3/28/21, 11:59pm PSTLink
azratsNYC4PA Call for Entry | ARCHITECTURE 2021Architecture is defined as the art or science of building, often with a focus on habitable structures. Great architects like Gehry, Wright, and Gaudi come to mind as well as famous buildings like the Sydney Opera House and the Disney Music Hall in LA. But architecture can be much broader that habitable buildingsMay 16, 2021Link
azratsCall for Entry | Flights of FancySouthwest Contemporary publishes a quarterly magazine, SWC, that covers arts and culture in the southwest. We are currently inviting artists to submit work to SWC Vol. 2, Flights of Fancy, to be published in MayMarch 3, 2021, 11:59 pm MSTLink
azratsCall for Writers | Short Story ContestWe are accepting entries for our Short Story contest. Writers of any kind any are welcome to enter. Early Registration ($25) Ends April 1st / Registration ($35) Ends April 22nd Prizes: 1st place wins $500, an A??Ask the author?A?? Zoom session, and books from our judges in your chosen format. 2nd place wins $350April 22, 2021Link
azratsCTA: Flood Control Mural, Pima CountyRFQ Call to Artists/Artist teams: Flood Control- Mural Funding Dept: Pima County Flood Control, Tucson, Arizona District: 1 Budget for Artwork: $ 75,000.00 Application Deadline: March 8, 2021 Project Description/Opportunity for Art: Three soil retaining walls have recently been completed on the north bank of the Rillito River near the Tucson Racquet & Fitness Club 8230;March 8, 2021Link
azratsDrawing Experience (One-Day Workshop)The Drawing Experience will provide an opportunity to try different techniques for creating contour drawings and bringing them up to life with colors. This 1.5-hour meeting, held via Zoom, is provided by ARTiClass by Agora Gallery, a contemporary art gallery located in the heart of Chelsea NY since 1984February 23, 2021Link
azratsCompetition for PhotographersThe Chelsea International Photography Competition (CIPC) honors our gifted talents all over the world striving for their passion in photography. We are inviting photographers, both professional and amateur, to participate in our competition and get the chance to be discovered and promoted professionally in the heart of New York"s art districtApril 27 2021Link
azratsRFQ: City of Chandler Cultural Development Dept MuralThe City of Chandler Cultural Development Department is looking for a qualified artist or artist team to create a contemporary mural in the southern portal of the Chandler BreezewaySunday, March 14, 11:55pm, Mountain Standard TimeLink
azratsRequest for Temporary Public Art Proposals | Canal Convergence 2021For Canal Convergence 2021, Scottsdale Public Art seeks large-scale, light-based, temporary public art that utilizes cutting-edge technologies and/or addresses technology"s physical, social, and emotional impact on societyFriday, March 26, 2021 at 11:59 pm(Mountain Standard Time)Link
azratsInternational Art Competition OpenContemporary Art Room Gallery is proud to announce their 4th 8220;Open 8221; Online Art Competition for the month of March 2021. This is an international competition and artists from around the world are welcome to submit their work. There is no theme in this competitionMarch 04, 2021Link
azratsCall to Artists | Canvas of HopeRio Grande Borderland Ministries has been responding to the ongoing humanitarian crisis unfolding at our southern border for the past several years, and the need for relief and advocacy for members of our border community has become only more urgent as the global pandemic surgesMarch 19, 2021Link
azratsThe 2021 10-Minute Play ContestThe 2021 10-Minute Play Contest It"s back! BUTA??it"s different. Due to COVID-19, we were unable to produce our 5 winning plays in 2020. We plan to produce them at the end of October this year, in 2021February 28, 2021 by midnight. The deadline may be extended due to timing and COVIDLink
azratsBudapest International Artists Residencies 2021Hungarian Multicultural Center HMC is now accepting submissions for the Artists-in-ResidenceA?Program and exhibition in 2021 at AIR-HMC, Budapest-HungaryFebruary 25, 2021Link
azratsOpen Calls for Artists + Curators | CUE Art FoundationCUE Art Foundation is currently seeking Solo Exhibition and Curatorial Project proposals for the 2022 exhibition season. The Open Calls provide emerging and under-recognized artists and curators the necessary resources to realize an exhibition at CUE 8217;s storefront gallery in 2022. The deadline for the current Open Call is March 12, 2021March 12, 2021 at 11:59 PMLink
azratsWorking Artist Purchase Award | Call for SubmissionsWe offer a small art purchase award to help serious artists keep working. Our award is open worldwide to all visual artists, including but not limited to those working in traditional styles, i.e., painting, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, sculpture, glass, installation, digital/new media, photography and film/video. See our complete submissions guidelines at: https://www.workingartist.org/submission-guidelines.htmlFebruary 28, 2021Link
azratsResidencies for Artists, Designers, Writers, Curators & Art Historians in 2021 / 2022 / 2023Arquetopia Foundation & International Artist Residencies Puebla, Mexico " Oaxaca, Mexico " Cusco, Peru All Residencies for Artists, Designers, Writers, Curators & Art Historians (Programs With or Without Master Instruction) All Dates in 2021 / 2022 / 2023 Apply Now through Sunday, March 14, 2021. Spaces are limitedMarch 14, 2021Link
azratsCasa Grande Arts & Humanities Commission 2021 Plein Air EventThe Casa Grande Arts & Humanities Commission proudly presents the A??2021 Casa Grande Plein Air Painting EventA?? scheduled for March 13, 2021. The event is open to any artist who paints using the Plein Air technique in oil, watercolor, acrylic, or pastelMarch 13, 2021, 8am - 10amLink
azratsOpen Call for Writers and Artists | Sunspot Literary JournalSunspot Literary Journal is seeking articles and essays on working in any creative form. See the full guidelines for examples of the kinds of works we"re interested in. Payment: $0.01 per word ($50 US maximum per piece) when published. Open: January 1, 2021 Close: October 31, 2021 To submit, visit https://sunspotlit.submittable.com/submit/183769/creative-advice-for-creativesOctober 31, 2021Link
azratsA Call to Writers and Artists for the Spring 2021 Blue Guitar MagazineA Call to Writers for Spring 2021 The Blue Guitar magazine seeks literary submissions for the Spring 2021 Edition Feb. 1 through March 4. Submissions are sought in all genres fiction, poetry, plays, creative nonfictionMarch 4, 2021Link
azratsAesthetica Art Prize 2022Aesthetica is looking for artists redefining the parameters of contemporary art. The Prize is open to multiple genres including photography, sculpture, installation, digital media, video, painting and moreAugust 31, 2021Link
azratsSummer Intensive | School of Ballet ArizonaSUMMER INTENSIVE 2021 June 14 8211; July 23, 2021 The Summer Intensive program offers serious ballet students the highest caliber of intensive classical training, augmented by a rich diversity of dance forms. This program gives students a real feel for Phoenix living and what life is like with the School of Ballet Arizona familySummer 2021Link
azratsCall to Artists | Exhibition She/ Her/ They/ ThemIncuArts invites women identifying and gender non-conforming artists to submit work for SHE/ HER/ THEY/ THEM- an exhibition exploring ideas related to gender and celebrating women and gender-nonconforming artists2021-08-03 00:00:00Link
azratsPortrait Art Contest | Grey Cube GalleryGrey Cube Gallery proudly presents the second Portrait online art contest for the month of March 2021. Contest is open to all artists worldwide over 18 years of age. The Portrait theme may include any work related to the Portrait theme (a single person, a group, or self-portraitFebruary 25, 2021Link
azratsShoreline Art Cottage Residencies 2021Budget:A?$1800 honorarium Eligibility:A?Emerging or established artists; Artists residing in the central Puget Sound region during the time of the residency period; Live nearby during residency period (There are no overnight accommodations onsiteFebruary 28, 2021 12:00amLink
azratsSentara Brock Treatment Center Public ArtBudget:A?$100,000 Eligibility:A?Artists and artist teams The Public Art Planning Committee seeks to hire an artist to design and create exterior artwork that represents healing, hope, and resiliency. The work should be elegant, sophisticated, and visually stimulatingFebruary 25, 2021 12:00amLink
azratsPublic Art | North 12th St Gateway ProjectBudget:A?$350,000 Eligibility:A?The project is open to experienced professional artists nationally and internationallyFebruary 22, 2021 12:00amLink
azratsDrawing Experience (One-Day Workshop)The Drawing experience will provide an opportunity to try different techniques for creating contour drawings and bringing them up to life with colors. This 1.5-hour meeting, held via Zoom, is provided by ARTiClass by Agora Gallery, a contemporary art gallery located in the heart of Chelsea NY since 1984February 2021 (TBD/to be determined by your availability)Link
azratsBody Mind Art Experience (One-Day Workshop)The Body Mind Art experience will provide an opportunity to relax through a moment of guided meditation and express your feelings with watercolor. This 1.5-hour meeting held via Zoom, is provided by ARTiClass by Agora Gallery, a contemporary art gallery located in the heart of Chelsea NY, since 1984February 2021 (TBD/to be determined by your availability)Link
azratsAcrylic Pouring Experience (One-Day Workshop)Acrylic Pouring (one-day workshop) provides an opportunity to create your own acrylic pouring masterpiece and achieve the best results for acrylic pouring with spectacular cell-like and lacey effects. This 1.5-hour meeting held via Zoom, is provided by ARTiClass by Agora Gallery, a contemporary art gallery located in the heart of Chelsea NY since 1984February 2021 (TBD/to be determined by your availability)Link
azratsCall for Entry | 2021 Biennale National Juried ExhibitionArt League of Hilton Head invites artists to enter the 2021 Biennale, its 27th National Juried Exhibition, held every other year across multiple media types. Categories include Oil, Acrylic, Pastel, Watermedia, Photography, Mixed Media, Three-Dimensional, and All Other. All work must be original and completed within the last three yearsMarch 19, 2021Link
azratsCollege Station Artist in Residence Program Summer 2021The Arts Council of Brazos Valley is excited to accept applications for the College Station Artist in Residence Program! This program allows the artist to spend summer months working on projects, adding to their portfolio, and preparing for a solo exhibit at The Arts Council of Brazos Valley Gallery. Living quarters and stipend is provided 8230;March 7, 2021; 11:59 PMLink
azratsCall for Work | Take a HikeThe Vision Gallery and Gallery at CCA invite artists to submit work for the Summer 2021 exhibition: Take a Hike. As the pandemic gripped the nation in 2020, people of all different backgrounds searched for ways to safely venture out of the house and take a break from the pressures of daily lifeMarch 21, 11:59 p.m. Mountain Standard TimeLink
azratsThe 2020 Chelsea International Photography CompetitionThe Chelsea International Photography Competition (CIPC) honors our gifted talents all over the world striving for their passion in photography. We are inviting photographers, both professional and amateur, to participate in our competition and get the chance to be discovered and promoted professionally in the heart of New York"s art district04/27/2021Link
azratsCall to Artists | Artist Lab: Art Meets History in New MexicoArtist Lab: Art Meets History in New Mexico A four-week, virtual/online lab in March & April 2021 with 516 ARTS, Kolaj Institute, and the Albuquerque Museum Photography Archives Deadline to apply: 28 February 2021 Apply Here: https://kasini.submittableFebruary 28, 2021Link
azratsPaycheck Protection Program, Second Draw | Small Business AdministrationAt least $25 billion is being set aside for Second Draw PPP Loans to eligible borrowers with a maximum of 10 employees or for loans of $250,000 or less to eligible borrowers in low or moderate income neighborhoodsMarch 31, 2021Link
azratsShuttered Venue Operators Grant | US Small Business AdministrationEligible applicants may qualify for SVO Grants equal to 45% of their gross earned revenue, with the maximum amount available for a single grant award of $10 million. $2 billion is reserved for eligible applications with up to 50 full-time employeesTo be announcedLink
azrats2021 Workshops and Classes | Tubac School of Fine ArtThe Tubac School of Fine Art is the Adult Education Division of Tubac Center of the Arts Online and in person workshops and classes in various mediums, including plein air, oil, oil and cold wax, pastel, watercolor, acrylics, encaustics, ink and more. Visit https://tubacschooloffineart.org/20-21-season-workshops-and-classes/ for scheduleThru April 2021Link
azratsA??We Are OneA?? Arts Project GrantsRequest for Proposals Application Deadline: Monday, March 15, 2021 A?? 5 p.m. MST Amount: $4,000 (no match required) A?? Eight (8) $4,000 grants available Description: The City of Glendale announces eight (8) $4,000 arts & cultural project funding opportunities open to Arizona artists, artist teams, arts organizations and schoolsMarch 15, 2021 at 5pm AZ TimeLink
azratsCall for Entry | ArtsThrive Art Exhibition and BenefitArtsThrive: Art Exhibition and Benefit is the only juried exhibition at the Albuquerque Museum and the largest fundraiser of the year for the FoundationMarch 21, 2021, 11:59 PM MSTLink
azratsLab.18 Art ContestLab.18 art contest, is a call for submissions open to all kind of artists. Works allowed in the art competition are: drawings, paintings, sculptures, photographs, graphics, mix media and video. A great opportunity for the artists, which can win a cash prize, have the opportunity to exhibit the artworks and much more2021-11-03 00:00:00Link
azratsA??AdriftA?? | A National Juried ExhibitionA national juried exhibition open to all media. The themes of artwork submitted will deal with the ideas of complete freedom and/or being completely lost. This exhibition is open to all U.S. residents at least 18 years of ageMarch 13, 2021Link
azratsThe South32 Hermosa Community FundThe South32 Hermosa Community Fund, a fund of the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona and its geographic affiliate, the Santa Cruz Community Foundation, supports nonprofit organizations based in Santa Cruz County.A? Supported areas include arts, culture and history, environment, health and welfare, recreation, and civic enhancement. South32 is a globally diversified mining and metals companyJanuary 29, 2021A?and June 30, 2021Link
azratsCFSA + Eller College of Management Launch Nonprofit Certificate ProgramTheA?Community Foundation for Southern ArizonaA?isA?excited to announce that applications are now being accepted for our newA?Nonprofit Leadership & Management Certificate ProgramA?in partnership with the University of Arizona 8217;sA?Eller Executive EducationA?and theA?Center for Healthy Nonprofits. The partnership was established as part of CFSA"s COVID-19 response strategy to help local nonprofits recover from the impact of the pandemic 8230;See aboveLink
azratsGeminga | Tiny Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, or ArtNo restrictions on theme or category. Word limit is 100 for fiction and nonfiction. Micropoetry is limited to 140 characters. Visual art entries should be paintings, drawings, or sketches no larger than 25 inches square. Sculptural forms should be no larger than 25 inches in any dimension (length, height, or width)March 31, 2021Link
azratsAesthetica Art PrizeThe Aesthetica Art Prize is an annual showcase of some of the most exciting artists practicing today. It is a critically acclaimed event and has played a major role in developing artists" careers over the past decadeAugust 31, 2021Link
azratsActos deA?ConfianzaA?EmergencyA?Grants | NALACThe National Association of Latino Arts and CulturesA?(NALAC)A?announces an open call for Latinx artists, cultural workersA?and arts organizations to apply for emergencyA?grants through itsA?Actos deA?ConfianzaA?relief efforts. In collaboration with theA?Andrew WVariesLink
azratsThe Mary Kay Empowerment Challenge 2021MARY KAY & ARTSTHREAD CHALLENGE 2020-21 Deadline March 5 | 11:59 EST Mary Kay cosmetics is looking for a 360 omni-channel brand storyMarch 5, 2021 | 11:59 ESTLink
azratsCall to Artists | Tubac Center of the ArtsStarry Starry Night; April 9 " May 23, 2021 This national juried exhibit will present works of art that celebrate the dark sky initiatives and the Tubac Dark Sky application. This exhibit partners with the Tubac Presidio Historic Park and the Tubac Heritage Alliance to create supporting Dark Sky events in TubacMarch 4, 2021Link
azratsSingapore Art Museum Residencies Open CallTheA?Singapore Art MuseumA?is now accepting applications for the 2021 cycle for three residencies: theA?Artist Residency; Community & Education Residency; and Curatorial & Research Residency. The Artist Residency is a 6-month program open to artists and collectives who are looking to develop artistic practices and emergent modes of artmakingFebruary 28, 2021Link
azratsThe 3rd Latin American Contemporary Fine Art CompetitionNew York Art Competitions are pleased to announce the opening of the 3rd Latin American Contemporary Fine Art Competition04/13/2021Link
azratsInnovate Grants | Call for Artists + PhotographersInnovate Grant is now accepting submissions for the Winter 2021 Cycle. Innovate Grant awards (2) $550.00 grants each quarter, to one Visual Artist and one Photographer. In addition to receiving a grant award, winners will be featured and recognized on our website and join a growing community of vibrant and talented artistsMarch 18, 2021 11:59PM Pacific Standard TimeLink
azratsGrants for Arts Projects | National Endowment for the ArtsGrants for Arts Projects is the National Endowment for the Arts" principal grants program for organizations based in the United StatesFebruary 11, July 8, 2021Link
azratsJuried Art Exhibition | Black Heritage Through Visual Rhythms2021 Call for Entries: Juried Art Exhibition of Artists of African Descent The Dayton Art Institute and African American Visual Artists Guild present AAVAG 8217;s 6th Annual National Art Exhibit for artists of African descent. Prominent artists from across the United States submit their work to the Juried Art Exhibition in the categories belowMarch 10, 2021Link
azratsCall to Artists | RedArtBox GalleriesOur RedArtBox galleries (Rooftop Gallery, Los Angeles, Garden Gallery, Japan, and Main Gallery, Hawaii) make art accessible to everyone no matter where in the world they are located. Visitors can walk through the virtual gallery and experience the art in scale within a three-dimensional spaceJune 15, 2021Link
azratsPackard Group National Exhibition 2021The Packard Group National Exhibition will provide artists the opportunity to display their art in a virtual exhibition at No. 7 Center in Vermillion, SD. This exhibition will be curated by Klaire A. Lockheart, and all entries that follow the guidelines will be included in the show03/15/2021Link
azratsOpen Call 2021 | Online Artist ResidencyThis virtual program is a way to re-connect within the art community, to provoke the creative exchange between international artists and to form another dimension of social interaction. The focus is on connecting artists and building new networks between them, through dialogue and experimentation2021-12-03 00:00:00Link
azratsCall for Artists | Venice International Art Fair 2021CALL FOR ARTISTS: VENICE INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR 2021 Venice | April 01/02 " May 07, 2021 Deadline: February 28, 2021 Venice International Art Fair is a contemporary art fair that presents collective and solo projects by leading and emerging international artistsFebruary 28, 2021Link
azratsA??Photo FinishA?? Juried Photography ExhibitionThe National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame is pleased to announce the return of its juried photography exhibition program and requests submissions for our third annual exhibition. Amateur and professional photographers are welcome to submit up to two photographs for considerationMay 10, 2021Link
azratsArte Natura Exhibition AwardArte Natura is a thematic exhibition based on art inspired by the natural world. The exhibition will be held at the Limner Gallery, May 13 8211; June 5, 2021 and is open to all artists working in any mediaFebruary 28, 2021Link
azratsVirtual Winter Classes | Valley Youth TheatreWhether your child is looking for a place to start, or is already a seasoned performer, VYT"s classes are fun, engaging and will foster a passion for acting, voice, dance, musicalA?theatre, improvisation, and moreDeadlines varyLink
azratsSummer Workshops | Anderson Ranch Arts Center2021 Summer Workshop Registration at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village, CO. Workshops in ceramics, digital fabrication, painting & drawing, printmaking, furniture design & woodworking, photography & new media and sculpture. Registration for 2021 Summer Workshops opens Monday, January 4. For descriptions and registration, visit https://www.andersonranchJanuary through October 2021Link
azratsCall for Artists | Venice International Art Fair 2021Venice International Art Fair is a contemporary art fair that presents collective and solo projects by leading and emerging international artists. The 13th edition will represent a forum for direct exchange of ideas and contacts between collectors, artists, photographers, designers and art professionals2021-02-28 00:00:00Link
azratsInternational Art Competition | Black & WhiteArt Room Gallery is proud to announce their 4th 8220;Black & White 8221; Online Art Competition for the month of January 2021. This is an international competition and artists from around the world are welcome to submit their workJanuary 14, 2021Link
azratsOnline Workshops | Agora Gallery, Chelsea, NYThe following online workshops, held via Zoom, are provided by ARTiClass by Agora Gallery, a contemporary art gallery located in the heart of Chelsea NY, since 1984December 2020 - January 2021Link
azratsNYC4PA Call for Entry | Abstract Imaging 2020/21Abstract art is art that does not attempt to represent an accurate depiction of a visual reality, but instead use shapes, colors, forms and gestural marks to achieve its effect. The early days of photography centered on true to life imagery i.eMarch 7, 2021Link
azratsGallery Membership | The Painting CenterMEMBERSHIP The Painting Center considers new members on a regular basis. The gallery is governed by its artist members and is overseen by an advisory board of alumni and supporters. The membership is responsible for organizing the schedule of exhibitions, maintaining financial stability, selecting new members and carrying out the mission of The Painting Center 8230;OngoingLink
azratsOpen Call for Writers and ArtistsSunspot Literary Journal offers an Editor 8217;s Prize of $50 for the annual edition, and pays for artwork selected for a cover. Now open for flash, and stories and essays up to 49,000 words. Poetry can be up to 1,250 lines. Translations welcome. Open: December 1, 2020 Closing: February 28, 2021 Submission address: https://sunspotlit.submittable.com/submit Website: http://www.SunspotLit02/28/2021Link
azratsCall for Scripts | 2021 VSA Playwright Discovery ProgramYoung writers with disabilities are invited to submit a 8216;ten minute script 8217;A?of any genre. Scripts may be for theater scripts, musicals, multimedia, video, film, or TV scripts, non-linear scripts, or other writing for performanceMarch 10, 2021Link
azratsA??Celebrate the WestA?? Regional High School Art Competition | Western Governors" FoundationThe Western Governors 8217; Foundation is proud to announce its 6th Annual 8220;Celebrate the West 8221; regional art competition challenging high school students to create works inspired by their state. Here is a link to this year 8217;s contest: https://westgovApril 30, 2021Link
azratsGrants | Classics for Kids FoundationClassics for Kids Foundation A??The mission of Classics for Kids Foundation is to empower young people to shape positive futures through music, build sustainable stringed instrument music programs, and provide grants for high-quality instruments.A?? Core grantmaking priorities include: Arts and culture; stringed instrument matching programQuarterly. Next Deadline: December 31, 2020Link
azratsIgnite: Business & Nonprofits | Pima County Public LibraryIGNITE: Services for Businesses and Nonprofits at Pima County Public Library Pima County Public Library offers services for businesses and nonprofits. Visit IGNITE for access to the Library 8217;s free online resources and collections that will help your nonprofit succeed. See website for listing of boot camp sessions and workshopsOngoingLink
azratsIn Person + Virtual Classes and Workshops | Shemer Art CenterThe Shemer Art Center offers in person and virtual classes and workshops for adults and youth in various media. Due to social distancing, space is limited. Youth classes at the Shemer Art Center offer creative learning opportunities for young artists ages 6 " 17, after school, during school breaks, and over the summerOngoingLink
azratsAdult + Youth Online Classes | The Drawing StudioWe invite you to exploreA?The Drawing Studio classes and workshops andA?discoverA?if there"s something right for you. We provideA?instruction in a variety of mediums: notA?only drawing. You canA?study painting, printmaking, collage, sculpture, cartooning, and more from our exceptional teaching artistsOngoingLink
azratsVault Gallery Seeking Artists to ExhibitThe library is looking for three separate artists for three separate dates. The dates span the length of each semester (Spring, Summer, and Fall), making art viewing available all Academic Year. Dates available: Fall 2022: Aug. 18-Dec. 10 Spring 2022: Jan.10 to May 7 Summer 2022: May 16-AugMay 1, 2021Link
azratsEmergency Grants | Dramatist Guild FoundationIt is vital to support writers in times of need so that they can get back to doing what they do best. DGF provides emergency financial assistance to individual playwrights, composers, lyricists, and librettists in dire need of funds due to severe hardship or unexpected illnessOngoingLink
azratsSeed Grants | The Pollination ProjectThe Pollination Project is accepting applications for SeedA?Grants. Description: The Pollination Project seeks to unleash the goodness in every person. Through a daily practice of generosity and giving, The Pollination Project makes seed grantsA??A??365 days a yearA??A??to social-change agents who seek to spread compassion in their communities and in the world for the benefit ofA?all 8230;RollingLink
azratsEmergency Financial Assistance | The Actors FundTo help our community during this public health crisis, The Actors Fund has partnered with other entertainment industry organizations to provide emergency financial assistance to those in immediate financial need. Funds are available to union and non-union workers in entertainment and the performing arts. Remember, you may be eligible for more than one fundOngoingLink
azratsLocal Art for Local Projects | Curator EngineOur team of curators is constantly searching for new opportunities for local art in local projectsOngoingLink
azratsEmergency Support for Professional Writers | The Authors League FundSince 1917, the Authors League Fund has helped professional authors, journalists, poets, and dramatists who find themselves in financial need because of medical or health-related problems, temporary loss of income, or other misfortuneOngoingLink
azratsCOVID-19 Emergency Relief Aid | Musicians FoundationWelcome to the Musicians Foundation CV19 Emergency Aid Grant Program Application. This application is availableA?online onlyOngoingLink
azratsJohn Ben Snow Foundation & Memorial Trust GrantsThe John Ben Snow Foundation & Memorial Trust strategically focuses funding within specific geographic regions of the United States across a range of program areas as detailed below while responding to the ever-changing needs of various segments of the population, especially to the needs of youth and people who are disadvantaged either physically or economically 8230;Letter of Inquiry: November 1 - January 31, Deadline: April 1Link
azratsSchool of the Arts | Sedona Arts CenterSedona Arts Center offers a variety of classes, plein air excursions, and workshops at its campus. Classes and Crash Courses Ongoing Studio Classes Taking classes on our campus in Uptown Sedona affords the opportunity not only to explore the arts, but also to meet new neighbors and immerse yourself in the Sedona arts communityOngoingLink
azratsArtist Workshops and Webinars | Creative CapitalDeveloped by artists for artists, Creative Capital"s workshops and webinars provide career, community, and confidence building tools for artists.A?? Workshop and webinar leaders are practicing artists and experts, and many are Creative Capital awardees. Leaders introduce concepts and practical tools, share how they are used in their own lives, and model artist-to-artist collaborationOngoingLink
azratsMusic Program Grants | Spread Music NowSpread Music Now is committed to filling the gap left by cuts in school music education by funding music programs that foster continual learning and that put students on a clear path to college, career, and life successOngoingLink
azratsSummer Programs | Haystack Mountain School of CraftsThe Haystack Mountain School of Crafts is an international craft school located on the Atlantic Ocean in Deer Isle, MaineDeadlines VaryLink
azratsWest Valley Arts Seeks Creative Aging TeachersWest Valley Arts is seeking to expand our Creative Aging Teaching Roster! We are currently hiring certified Creative Aging artistsRollingLink
azratsToolkit for Artists + Admins | Creative Alternatives to in-person arts-based activitiesForecast launches toolkit on creative alternatives to in-person arts-based activities, for artists and administrators Artists and communities need the transformational power of creativity now more than everOngoingLink
azratsWinter Juried ExhibitionHow are you seeing change, coping with change, and being a change-maker? This broad yet timely question guides curation of this show. All artists are invited to submit their work for consideration to a Virtual Exhibition curated by artist and educator Chloe Alexander at Play + Inspire Gallery12/13/20Link
azratsSMU DataArts Webinars Help Nonprofits Make Most of Their DataSMU DataArts will be offering the following upcoming webinars to help nonprofit arts organizations make more robust use of their organization"s data. All webinars are free and simply require registration at the links provided belowLink
azratsCall to Artists | Lobby Gallery SpaceThe Madison Center for the Arts would like to collaborate with local Arizona artists to show large scale abstract art and sculpture. Looking for 12-16 pieces for walls and one or two free-standing sculptures. Items are able to be for saleOngoingLink
azratsWest Valley Arts Seeks Teaching and Performing Cultural ArtistsWest Valley Arts (WVA) is seeking to expand their roster of performing and teaching artists for our arts education and professional development programing. We are actively encouraging applications for both one-time and multiple performances. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Examples of Eligible Performing Arts Categories Dance: modern, traditional, cultural, ballet, jazz, etc 8230;RollingLink
azratsHenry Luce Foundation GrantsThe Henry Luce Foundation was established in 1936 by Henry R. Luce, the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Time Inc., to honor his parents who were missionary educators in China. The Foundation builds upon the vision and values of four generations of the Luce family: broadening knowledge and encouraging the highest standards of service and leadership 8230;OngoingLink
azratsKresge Foundation Arts & Culture GrantsFunding opportunities take three forms: Open on an ongoing basis, without deadlines. Open for a limited time, with specific deadlines. By invitation from a Kresge program officer.A?A?A? Place-based Initiatives We welcome proposals from organizations that: Embed arts and culture in larger community revitalization initiatives. Engage in cross-disciplinary, cross-sector activities. Exhibit strong leadershipOngoingLink
azratsHearst Foundation GrantsThe Hearst Foundations support well-established nonprofit organizations that address significant issues within their major areas of interests " culture, education, health and social service " and that primarily serve large demographic and/or geographic constituenciesOngoingLink
azratsVisual Arts Grants | Robert Lehman FoundationThe Robert Lehman Foundation operates exclusively in the field of the visual arts. Grants are made on an individual basis to museums, arts organizations, educational institutions and other cultural organizations with the goal of enhancing the role of the visual arts within American and world cultureApril 1 and September 1Link
azratsArtist in Residence Opportunities | National Park ServiceArtists have created art in national parks since the late 19th century when famed Hudson River School painters captured the majestic views of our nation 8217;s western parks. Today, the sights and sounds in national parks continue to inspire artists in more than 50 residency programs across the countryYear RoundLink
azratsArtist Grants | Pollock-Krasner FoundationThe Pollock-Krasner Foundation 8217;s dual criteria for grants are recognizable artistic merit and demonstrable financial need, whether professional, personal or both. The Foundation 8217;s mission is to aid, internationally, those individuals who have worked as professional artists over a significant period of timeOngoingLink
azratsArts Grants | Elizabeth Firestone Graham FoundationFunding from the Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation is currently available to support direct costs for catalogues and other publications accompanying contemporary art exhibitions and projects, especially those supporting emerging and under-recognized artists, and produced by organizations outside the nation 8217;s cultural centersLetters of Inquiry: March 1, August 1 for Deadlines: April 15, September 15Link
azratsCERF+ Emergency Relief for Craft ArtistsCERF+ serves artists who work in craft disciplines by providing a safety net to support strong and sustainable careers. CERF+"s core services are education programs, advocacy, network building and emergency reliefOngoingLink
azratsGrants | Toyota North America, Toyota Technical Center (TTC)Toyota supports programs focused onA?environment,A?educationA?andA?safety initiativesA?that help strengthen theA?diverseA?communities where we live and work. In addition to funding national programs, Toyota partners with nonprofitA?organizations across the US in local communities. This includes supporting arts & culture, civic & community, health and humanA?services, and leadership developmentMarch 1, June 1, September 1, December 1Link
azratsExhibit Opportunity | Xico Shipping Container GalleriesXICO'S MISSION Xico 8217;s mission is to nourish a greater appreciation of the cultural and spiritual heritages of the Latino and Indigenous peoples of the Americas through the artsRollingLink
azratsCOVID-19 Relief Fund | Foundation for Contemporary ArtsEligibility In light of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the artist community, the Foundation for Contemporary Arts is creating a temporary fund to meet the needs of experimental artists who have been impacted by the economic fallout from postponed or canceled performances and exhibitionsDecember 8, 2020Link
artoppsGrizedale ResidencyThis new opportunity based at Grizedale Forest is an annual intensive six week long residency that fosters experimentation and innovation in response to the natural environment. A Royal Society of Sculptors member will be paired with an early-career sculptor (2nd/ 3rd year student or post graduate from universities based in the North West) to explore how creative ideas can evolve and how new ideas and innovative thinking can cross generations of artistic practice. The residency will run from 30 July " 11 September 2021 inclusively.2021-04-01 00:00:00Link
artoppsTHE ROYAL SOCIETY OF SCULPTORS " FIRST PLINTH: PUBLIC ART AWARD 2021First Plinth: Public Art Award 2021 is designed to offer sculptors an opportunity to extend their practice into competing for public art commissions. The winning sculptor is awarded £15,000 to produce a large-scale sculpture for the sculpture terrace at Dora House before moving to a second site at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The award theme is Resolve.2021-02-15 00:00:00Link
artoppsRoyal Society of Sculptors MembershipThe Royal Society of Sculptors was created more than 100 years ago to champion contemporary sculpture and the artists who create it. Today we welcome everyone interested in exploring this art form and its many possibilities.2021-02-08 00:00:00Link
artoppsRoyal Society of Portrait PaintersThe Royal Society of Portrait Painters invites artists from all over the world to submit portraits for our Annual Exhibition. The final exhibition is selected by leading portrait painters and being selected is a mark of distinction. Selected artists will have their work exhibited in a prestigious showcase at The Mall Galleries in Central London at which a number of works will sell and a number of commissions will be placed. There is also the chance to win a number of prizes and awards totalling over £23,000. The Society welcomes paintings, drawings and original prints from artists over 18, from the UK and beyond to be shown alongside members of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters at their Annual Exhibition.2021-01-25 00:00:00Link
artoppsRCA Conwy OpenThe Royal Cambrian Academy Annual Open Exhibition traditionally attracts works from the Welsh environs and beyond. This dynamic and varied exhibition is open to painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, mixed media and sculpture. All selected work will be for sale and exhibited online and as always in the Royal Cambrian Academy gallery, government restrictions at the time allowing. The exhibition will run from Saturday 13th February " Saturday 10th April.2021-01-04 00:00:00Link
artoppsRoyal Society of Sculptors " Gilbert Bayes AwardThe Gilbert Bayes Award for early career sculptors (previously the Bursary Awards) is given annually by the Society to a small group of outstandingly talented sculptors. Selected by the sculptor members of the Society"s Board, the award provides vital support during what can be a difficult transition from study to professional practice. The award is open to sculptors of any age or nationality, with or without formal training and working in any style of media.2020-11-02 00:00:00Link
artoppsING Discerning EyeThe ING Discerning Eye Exhibition has established an outstanding reputation among artists, collectors and enthusiasts for its unique curatorial approach. ING has proudly supported the exhibition for 20 years, which provides, a rare opportunity for works by lesser-known artists to be hung alongside contributions from internationally recognised names. The selected works will be shown in a virtual exhibition from Wednesday 20 November - Thursday 31 December 2020. Artists are invited to submit up to six works in a variety of media: painting, print, sculptures, drawing and photography are all accepted. These works must be for sale, and should not exceed 20” (50 cm) in their largest dimension.2020-10-01 00:00:00Link
artoppsBath Society of ArtistsThe Competition is open to all UK artists, over the age of 18 years old on 21st August 2020. This year"s exhibition will be entirely virtual and will be hosted on the Victoria Art Gallery"s website from Monday 2nd November 2020 until midnight on Sunday 3rd January 2021.2020-09-28 00:00:00Link
artoppsThe Sunday Times Watercolour CompetitionNow in its 34rd year, The Sunday Times Watercolour Competition is the largest and most prestigious prize for contemporary watercolour painting in the UK. Whether it be through abstract or figurative, contemporary or traditional, the competition aims to celebrate and redefine the beauty and diversity of watercolour and water-based media. Open to all UK-based artists, the competition offers a generous range of prizes.2020-09-24 00:00:00Link
artoppsRWA Open ExhibitionThe Royal West of England Academy holds an Annual Open Exhibition, now in its 168th year. As the name suggests, anyone can enter their work for this mixed discipline show " previous years have included painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, film, sculpture and illustration, and attracted entries from artists across the UK and beyond. A selection panel assesses every entry and last year 657 works by 451 artists made it into the final exhibition. All work is for sale and the exhibition attracts art-lovers and art-buyers from far and wide.2020-09-22 00:00:00Link
artoppsWales Contemporary / Cymru GyfoesWales Contemporary / Cymru Gyfoes is an international open competition for 2D artwork in any medium excluding photography. Developed by the Waterfront Gallery in association with the Welsh Government, Wales Contemporary seeks to celebrate all aspects of the country by inviting artists to submit work that is inspired by its ancient history, its art history, its heritage, its landscape (rural, urban or political) and its contemporary culture.2020-09-01 00:00:00Link
artoppsWells Art ContemporaryThe WAC Awards is an open competition for contemporary visual art that is gaining praise and respect in Britain and abroad. It was established in 2012 by a group of artists and their friends in Wells, the beautiful cathedral city in the South-West of England. But an idea that came to life around kitchen and dining tables has already established a strong presence in the London art world and is drawing artists from places as diverse as Australia, Azerbaijan, India, Italy, Korea, Japan and the United States, as well as all over Britain.2020-08-01 00:00:00Link
artoppsWells Art Contemporary " Installation ProposalsThe Wells Art Contemporary Open will be held at the magnificent Wells Cathedral between July 20th and August 11th 2019. For the first time we are offering a remarkable opportunity for proposals for fine art interventions, installed in up to 8 specific sites within the Cathedral. Individual or collaborative proposals can be made.2020-08-01 00:00:00Link
artoppsTRINITY BUOY WHARF DRAWING PRIZEThe Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize is celebrating its 25th annual exhibition in 2020. In this anniversary year, we are delighted to announce two exciting changes to the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize as follows: The exhibition and awards will be open to UK and international applications. The Working Drawing Award, will have an online entry process only and a dedicated expert selection panel, alongside the main entry process and selection panel for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize. The Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize has an established reputation for promoting, celebrating, and championing excellence in contemporary drawing practice through this open exhibition dedicated to drawing. Led by founding Director, Professor Anita Taylor of Bath School of Art & Design at Bath Spa University, the exhibition will include around 65 drawings selected by a panel of distinguished selectors and will tour nationally from September 2020 to July 2021.2020-06-24 00:00:00Link
artoppsTrinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2020 Working Drawing AwardIn this anniversary year, we are delighted to announce that the third Trinity Buoy Wharf Working Drawing Award will have a new, dedicated online entry process and expert selection panel. The Working Drawing Award aims to expand and enhance our knowledge and understanding of working drawings " drawings from which something else can or will be made. It is anticipated drawings for design, architecture, engineering, and other disciplines, as well as within art practice, will be submitted for this award and exhibition. Drawings are invited for entry that illustrate and explain an idea as part of a process towards production or construction, or that facilitate the development of an idea, or that form a drawn instruction to a maker.2020-06-24 00:00:00Link
artoppsLumen Art PrizeThe Lumen Prize for Art and Technology celebrates the very best art created with technology through a global competition, exhibitions and events worldwide run by Lumen Art Projects. Our annual juried competition draws entries from artists globally and has given away more than US$80,000 in prize money since its launch in 2012. Lumen Art Projects, a not-for-profit based in the UK, is dedicated to providing opportunities for artists who engage with technology globally through links with cultural venues, festivals and institutions globally.2020-06-12 00:00:00Link
artoppsEARTH PHOTOPhotographers, both amateur and professional, are invited to submit up to ten photographs or films to Earth Photo, an international photography competition and exhibition. Developed jointly by Forestry Commission England and the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) Earth Photo aims to stimulate conversations about our world, its inhabitants and our treatment of both.2020-06-02 00:00:00Link
artoppsTHE DERWENT ART PRIZEAn international Prize for works created in pencil - including water-soluble, pastel, graphite, charcoal or coloured pencils - that may be either 2D or 3D, but that do not exceed 182cm in their largest dimension.2020-02-17 00:00:00Link
artoppsTHE LONDON GROUP OPENA unique opportunity for visual artists to raise their profile by exhibiting alongside members of the UK's longest-running artists' co-operative.CloseLink
artoppsTHE DISCERNING EYE DRAWING BURSARYAn opportunity for five artists to have their work shown as part of the annual ING Discerning Eye Exhibition. In addition to this, one artist will receive £1,500; the remaining four will each receive £150.CloseLink
artoppsINTERNATIONAL PRINT BIENNALE PRINT AWARDSShowcasing the broad spectrum of contemporary printmaking across the globe, the IPB Print Awards welcome work created through both traditional and contemporary print processes, including 2D, 3D, video, installation and site-specific work.CloseLink
artoppsJERWOOD MAKERS OPENAn exceptional supported opportunity for makers and collaborators across all disciplines. Five awards, each worth £7,500, will be awarded to artists who need the opportunity, time, curatorial advice and logistical back up to develop their ideas and further their practice.CloseLink
artoppsJERWOOD OPEN FORESTA call for bold, broad-thinking proposals that explore the potential of forests as sites for art. The Commission is worth £30,000 and proposals can be for work in any discipline or medium, temporary or permanent, site-specific or for touring to more than one location.CloseLink
artoppsJERWOOD VISUAL ARTS ARTIST BURSARIESAn opportunity for visual artists who are within ten years of graduating or establishing their practice. Twelve bursaries, each worth £1,000, are available to artists seeking to experiment as well as define and determine their own developmental needs.CloseLink
artoppsSKETCHAn open sketchbook drawing prize which champions the importance and diversity of drawing by exploring the role of the sketchbook in contemporary fine art practice.CloseLink
artoppsTHE LYNN PAINTER-STAINERS PRIZEThe Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize was created in 2005 by the Worshipful Company of Painter-Stainers and the Lynn Foundation to encourage the very best creative representational painting and promote the skill of draughtsmanship. With prize money of £35,000, the Prize is one of the most prestigious awards to artists throughout the UK.CloseLink
artoppsFlow PhotoPhotographers, both amateur and professional, are invited to submit up to four photographs or films for the inaugural edition of Flow Photo. The national photography competition and exhibition, developed by Future Water Association and supported by the Canal & River Trust, aims to raise awareness and encourage debate about water and waterways in all aspects as seen through the photographer and film-maker"s lens.CloseLink
artoppsWomen Make SculptureThe inaugural Women Make Sculpture: theCoLAB Commission will award a female sculptor £15,000 towards the research, development and making of work(s) to be exhibited at one of three possible outdoor sites on the University College London (UCL)"s Bloomsbury Campus from mid-October 2019. The brief is open as to material, narrative and theme but the work must demonstrate an interest in making and materials or be inspired by the context for the work. The award is open to professional women artists of any age working primarily in three dimensions, who are living and working in the UKCloseLink
artoppsTHERMAE BATH SPA COMMISSIONThermae Bath Spa is offering a £7,500 commission to produce 9 works which will be installed in the busy restaurant in June 2019. Thermae welcomes approximately 285,000 visitors through the building per year. Thermae are looking for work that is inspired by the natural thermal waters and promotes holistic wellbeing.CloseLink
artoppsTHE WESTMORLAND LANDSCAPE PRIZEThe Westmorland Landscape Prize is a national call to artists who are inspired by our landscape. Conceived and developed by Westmorland, the Prize aims to document, celebrate and interrogate our relationship with the landscape. The selection panel will be looking for works which reach beyond the aesthetic, stimulating thinking and debate about the way in which we exist alongside, as part of, or sometimes in spite of our landscape.CloseLink
artoppsPangaea Sculptors" CentreHippodrome 120 Sculpture Commission As part of the celebrations for their 120th year, Birmingham Hippodrome is working in partnership with PSC to commission a temporary, site-specific sculpture for a void space in their four-storey foyer, around which the building"s primary public staircase ascends. Footfall in the foyer exceeds half a million visitors each year.CloseLink
artoppsTHE ROYAL SOCIETY OF SCULPTORS " GILBERT BAYES AWARDThe Gilbert Bayes Award for early career sculptors is given annually by the Society to a small group of outstandingly talented sculptors. Selected by the sculptor members of the Society"s Board and guest judge Brian Griffiths, the award provides vital support during what can be a difficult transition from study to professional practice. The award is open to sculptors of any age or nationality, with or without formal training and working in any style of media.CloseLink
artoppsRSS Thread ResidencyThread is a residency program and cultural center that allows local and international artists to live and work in Sinthian, a rural village in Tambacounda, the southeastern region of Senegal. It houses two artists" dwellings, as well as ample indoor and outdoor studio space. The team behind Thread speaks to its collaborative nature. This is a project about connection and linkage. Between two distinct points, persons, places, or perspectives. To be like thread by forming connections that run through us, and not around us. Together we are using art to develop connections between rural Senegal and other parts of the globe. This residency is an opportunity for artists to focus on their own work while being artistically flexible in adapting to the unique creative environment at Thread. It is entirely possible to work alone in a studio based manner but great flexibility is needed with regard to materials. Collaborations with the local community can happen but usually evolve in an organic manner. Artists are not expected to create a certain kind of project or have a certain kind of impact.CloseLink
artquestNomadic Island project" Artist in Residence CampThe Nomadic Island project is an artist residency project that merges a creative residency with the experience of living in an international community. It is an experimentation platform involving a heterogeneous group of artists on one side, and an equally heterogeneous group of local residents on the other side. The Nomadic Island project calls for reflections on the increasing difficulties our society is facing in its current lifestyle based on overconsumption. The proposals must relate to the theme in an incontestable manner. Nomadic Island will provide the artists with a remuneration of 2.000,- euro per artistic contribution. Travel expenses to the Nomadic Island location will be refunded up to 200,- euro upon proof of payment. All meals will be provided by the organisation during the whole month of residence.15th April 2021Link
artquestRuth Borchard Self Portrait Prize 2021The Ruth Borchard Collection invites all artists to enter the 2021 Self Portrait Prize, a celebration of contemporary self portraiture. There are no restrictions on size or media and artists of all backgrounds and from any location are invited to enter. The only requirement is that the work must be a self portrait. Historically, entries have ranged from abstract to figurative in a variety of media, including painting, drawing, digital art, textiles, sculpture and ceramics. The panel of judges will select a winner to award the £10,000 prize. The long-listed works will gain exposure through inclusion in an online exhibition that will be shared and promoted across major art selling platforms. A selection of works from the long-list will be acquired for the Collection. A shortlist of works will be selected for a curated exhibition at Coventry Cathedral. The submission fee is £30.00 and £35.00 if payment is being made from overseas, Ruth Borchard Collection and Self-Portrait Prize are funded by a charitable foundation and the submission fee goes a small way to covering the cost of running the Competition.1st April 2021Link
artquestThe Liverpool Plinth 2021: Artist Calldot-art, Liverpool BID Company and Liverpool Parish Church are looking for the fourth artist to have their work installed on The Liverpool Plinth in 2021. The sculptor, who must live and work in the North of England, will see their work displayed on the site within Liverpool's UNESCO World Heritage waterfront at Liverpool Parish Church. The selected artist will also receive a £1,000 prize plus support with delivery and installation. Only work which has already been produced will be considered. Artists may submit more than one piece, but each must be submitted separately.19th March 2021Link
artquestMark Tanner Sculpture Award 2021-22The Mark Tanner Sculpture Award is unique in its combination of offering both £8000 in financial support towards the production of new work and a solo exhibition to an exceptional emerging sculptor. The award now includes a UK Touring Programme, taking MTSA artists to partner venues across the UK. There is no age limit and applicants must be established residents of the UK. Students in current education, joint, group or collective applications are not eligible to apply.31st March 2021Link
artquestBildingship Artist Residency/ FellowshipBildingship is a working fellowship for young artists, to use bilding as space for their own artistic work as well as actively engaging in the regular workshop programs for the duration of half a year (prolongation to one year is possible), including part-time employment (maximum income € 446.81 per month for approx. 10 hours per week). The art and architecture school bilding, based in Innsbruck Austria, is a free creative space for children and young adults from 4 to 19 years, who are supported in discovering and developing their creative interests, abilities and talents. Open to foreign and domestic artists from the fields of art and architecture. Artists should have language skills in German and/or English.28th March 2021Link
artquestLondon Art Biennale 2021Applications are now open for the 5th edition of the London Art Biennale commencing in 2021. A celebration of modern art, and a calling for artists from all over the world with every stylistic choice from any artistic movement, the London Art Biennale offers artists a platform to have their work exhibited in Chelsea, London, where they will have the chance to win numerous awards including monetary prizes of up to a £5,000 GBP. The Biennale's wide range of awards consists of multiple monetary awards, subcategory awards, and the opportunity to have work professionally critiqued by the International Confederation of Art Critics. There is an application fee of £36.31st March 2021Link
artquestSociety of Graphic Fine Art: Annual Open ExhibitionApplications are open for the Society of Graphic Fine Art's (SGFA) 99th Annual Open Exhibition, at Mall Galleries, London. Submissions of work are invited from visual artists working in any medium which demonstrate evidence of drawing. The SGFA exists to promote fine art drawing skills, to this end the selection committee will be looking for strong evidence of drawing in the work submitted. Work that is eligible for submission includes: Drawings in any medium, monochrome or colour" pencil, coloured pens and pencils, pen and ink, pastels and oil pastels, charcoal, conté, etc. The standard submission fee of £18 for the first 5 or Single entries and an additional £18 per artwork up to 5 artworks. The submission fee for affiliates is £15.10th March 2021Link
artquestCall for Submissions My Online Bedroom" virtual exhibitionIn collaboration with Queer Direct, and in response to Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings' exhibition In My Room, MOSTYN launches a call for submissions for inclusion in a virtual exhibition of visual artworks in response to the theme "My Online Bedroom'. Applicants are invited to share any form of visual artwork that confronts ideas of privacy, personal identity and representation. My Online Bedroom' is open to anyone (aged 14+). Applications are encouraged submissions from LGBTQIA+ communities and their allies. Selected works will be published on MOSTYN website and Instagram channel from 18 March 2021.9th March 2021Link
artquestConcord Art PrizeApplications are open for the Concord Art Prize. The prize encourages visual artists at any stage in their career, to select one of the 10 chosen songs to act as inspiration to create their own artwork. 10 finalists will be chosen (one representing each piece of music) and granted a £1,000 bursary to create their artwork. Those final works will be exhibited at a London gallery and on opening night, the winner will be announced and awarded the £10,000 prize. Artists must submit a proposal that describes their vision, proposal can be a voice note, written text, a letter or an explanation to camera and must be accompanied by a visual representation of the proposed work.31st March 2021Link
artquestCornwall Council" Public Arts Trail Commission: EXPERIENCE Project PenzanceAs part of the EXPERIENCE project, Cornwall Council is looking to commission an artist/a consortium of artists to create an arts trail along the Marazion" Penzance Coast Path. This is an exceptional opportunity to create an artistic landmark of national significance for Cornwall. This arts trail will encourage people to connect with Penzance's cultural and natural assets, providing an opportunity for contemplation, reflection and engagement. Open to innovative and bold ideas and particularly welcome proposals that reflect outstanding and socially engaged practice. Commission budget of £100,000.5th March 2021Link
artquestInternational Belfast Photo FestivalBelfast Photo Festival is offering artists/photographers the opportunity to exhibit their work in the main Festival gallery  and have their work taken on tour to be exhibited at the 2022 Photo Schwiez (Zurich, Switzerland), with a number also having the opportunity to be featured in the arts magazines Abridged and GUP. The winners will be eligible for a number of awards, including a cash prize of £2,000 (e.s.t $2,674 / €2,208). The theme has been left open to remove any restrictions; submissions must be photographic or lens-based but can include incorporations of other art forms with the photographic medium (i.e. performance, painting, sculpture, music, literature etc). Entry is open to all photographers, artists, curators, archives, collectives from anywhere in the world. A €22 / €29 submission fee will apply for every 15 images submitted.5th March 2021Link
artquestBursary: Helping Artist Make Work-EastHelping Artists Make Work" EAST, in association with Civic State & Hackney Wick Underground. Supported by Westfield East Bank Creative Futures Fund.1st March 2021Link
artquestapexart International Open Call 2021-22apexart's Open Calls are opportunities for artists, curators, and other professionals to turn their curatorial idea into an apexart exhibition. Every February apexart accept proposals for exhibitions taking place anywhere in the world, except for NYC, submitters must select a geographic location where they have visited, to ensure they have a sense of the location logistics and potential challenges of organizing an exhibition there. Anyone, from anywhere can submit. There are no fees involved at any level. Creative people who have interesting exhibition ideas, trained and student curators, artists, writers, and creative individuals, regardless of experience level, background, or location can apply. There is a budget of $10,000 for each Open Call exhibition and related programming. Each curator/organizer must work within apexart's budget to cover expenses, the curator/organizer receives up to a $2,000 honorarium from the budget, for coordinating the project and writing the exhibition brochure essay. For exhibitions outside NYC, apexart will match up to $1,000 for a location rental if necessary. 4 winning proposals will become apexart exhibitions presented in their selected locations around the world as part of the 2021-22 exhibition season.1st March 2021Link
artquestBloomberg New Contemporaries 2021Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2020 is now open for applications. Applications are welcome from individuals and collaborative groups of emerging and early career artists who are final year students, recent graduates and postgraduate students from UK art schools and alternative learning programmes. The selected artists will participate in the Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2021 exhibition, paid an artist's fee and have reasonable travel and accommodation costs covered to the private view of both exhibitions. Selected artists also have access to other professional development opportunities such as mentoring, Peer Networking Sessions, Symposia and other educational opportunities. There is a £25 (inclusive of VAT) administrative fee.1st March 2021Link
artquestBroomhill Estate" National Sculpture Prize 2021The British National Sculpture Prize for emerging sculptors returns for the 11th year with prize purse tripled to £45,000. 10 artists selected for the shortlist and will be awarded £2,500 each to create a sculpture which will be displayed at the Broomhill Estate in Devon for 1 year. From this list, two winners will be chosen in October 2021. One overall winner chosen by a panel of experts will secure a £15,000 prize. One “People's Choice” winner will secure a £5,000 cash prize. This year's theme is "Outthinking the Future'28th February 2021Link
artquestThe Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries programmeThe Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries programme will support 50 salaried jobs in arts and cultural organisations across the UK, for individuals from low socio-economic backgrounds. The programme is dedicated to supporting outstanding early-career artists, curators, producers and creatives to thrive, and working in partnership with leading arts and cultural organisations to take an inclusive, intersectional approach to recruitment, artist development and organisational change. The first job opportunities will open for applications on Tuesday 20 October. The rest of the job opportunities will be added between October 2020 and March 2021Open deadlineLink
artquestKresen Kernow Public Art CommissionThis is a call for artists interested in applying for a visual public art commission being offered by Cornwall Council for Kresen Kernow, the new archive centre in Redruth. Funded by Arts Council England, the artwork will be inspired by the theme My Cornwall: My Home and will commemorate the temporary return to Cornwall in 2021 of several historic Cornish manuscripts, including the Ordinalia. As part of the process of developing and realising the public artwork, the chosen artist is expected to work with Cornish community groups and the Archives and Cornish Studies Service (ACSS) team, to gain local knowledge and engagement. They are looking for a high-quality artwork which will intrigue, surprise, challenge and delight and which will draw people to Kresen Kernow and Redruth. The commission is worth £35,000. This will cover artist fees and all expenses connected to the realisation of the project.1st March 2021Link
artquestCement Fields" Development Support for Visual ArtistsDue to the ongoing impact of Covid-19 on the livelihoods of artists, Cement Fields would like to offer informal, practical advice and support to help visual artists navigate this difficult period. Whether you have an established artistic practice, are a self-taught artist, a recent arts graduate, or part of an small artist-led organisation, Cement Fields are available to read and comment on a funding application, or artistic opportunity, review and comment on a project budget for funding applications, talk through an initial creative/project idea, offer informal advice and feedback on how to prepare a portfolio and/or Artist CV, share feedback on the development of a personal/project website or social media presence. Cement Fields can offer advice and support to visual artists from anywhere in the UK.Open deadlineLink
artquestThe Hopper PrizeThe Hopper Prize is now accepting entries for their Spring 2021 artist grants. For this open call, grant awards have been increased to $3,500. They are offering artist grants in the amount of $3,500 (2 available) and $1,000 (4 available). In total, 6 artists will receive unrestricted cash grants. This is an international open call for anyone over the age of 18 and all media is eligible. There is a $40 submission fee due with your application18th May 2021Link
artquestThe Royal Photographic Society" International Photography ExhibitionThe worldwide open-call is now open for the 163rd edition of the International Photography Exhibition. Photographers and image-makers, of all ages, are invited to submit work for exhibition. Submissions are encouraged from new, emerging and established photographers. Awards include a group exhibition at the Royal Photographic Society, Bristol, a two-week solo show, and a £4000 prize fund to support future projects. One free entry is available to all entrants, then £18" £3027th April 2021Link
artquest8th edition ArtGeminiPrize 2021The ArtGemini Prize is a celebration to promote international contemporary art for emerging and established artists around the world. Open to all medium and genres of 2D and 3D including painting, oil, mixed media, drawing, ink, watercolour, calligraphy, original print, photography, digital art, sculpture and ceramic excluding installation and video. There are several cash prizes to be awarded which are: Painting Prize- £2000, Photography Prize- £1000, Sculpture Prize" £500 plus £300 Voucher, Young Artist Prize (aged 17 years & under)- £250 and Public Choice Prize" £250. The winners will be announced at an exhibition of the finalists' works. The following submission fee apply: First entry" £18, Up to 3 entries" £36, Up to 6 entries" £60 and Up to 8 entries" £70.25th April 2021Link
artquestSolo Residency at Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop in LondonUnit 1 Gallery | Workshop is offering one artist access for three months to one of its studio spaces. The successful applicant has the opportunity to network with artists, curators, collectors and the wider public whilst visiting ongoing exhibitions and events organised in the gallery. The residency programme also provides guidance and promotion through Unit 1 Gallery channels and network. Artists can apply with their portfolio (10 images of their work, bio, artist statement and cv). All Applicants are automatically considered for future Radical Residencies®. (An opportunity providing ten artists from across the world a communal studio space for four weeks, culminating in a group exhibition featuring works exclusively created on the premises.) Open to artists of all ages, backgrounds and disciplines, who are not currently enrolled in a university course, including international artists living outside of the UK. There is an application fee of £35.  Applicants from and living in the "Least Developed Countries', "Other Low Income Countries' and "Lower Middle Income Countries and Territories' on the DAC list are exempt from payment.27th February 2021Link
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