Cape Cod Art Center is seeking entries for their "See Me" Digital Art Online Exhibition.
How do we see ourselves? Who are we really? This is an invitation to create an image in which we portray ourselves in our deepest visions.
An introspective look at how others may see us or how we see ourselves. Do we feel that we are not seen? Do we want to be invisible or not to be seen? Also, a look at how we interpret our world. Not a self portrait in the strictest sense.
Digital art is an artistic work or practice that uses digital technology, as an essential part of the creative or presentation process. This includes the use of computers, mobile or portable handheld devices. Photography may or may not be in included in this creative work of art.
Entries must be of original work, they cannot be a copy of another painting; a magazine or newspaper photo, or any type of reproduction; the entry must be the artist's own composition. No crafts or commercial prints may be accepted.
Everyone of any level is invited to submit to this open juried online exhibit. Any interpretation of the theme will be considered.
Entries due by Sunday, October 21st by midnight.
Artist notification by email on November 2nd. Online exhibit on website will become live on November 2, 2018.
This online exhibit is being juried by Rebecca Bruyn.
The juror may accept a maximum of two works from any one artist. Payment is non-refundable and does not guarantee acceptance.
Cash prizes awarded for Best in Show, Second Place and two Honorable Mentions.
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Gulf Coast State College Amelia Center Gallery is hosting its annual juried exhibition that explores the idea of the drinking vessel. The focus of the exhibit is on the function and concept of the drinking vessel, including its relation to history, politics, craft, technology, utility, and narrative. It is a survey of the wide variety of approaches to contemporary ceramics through the lens of the most intimate and accessible vessel – the cup.
This is the 63rd Annual Art League of Long Island Members' Exhibition. Due to the large response to this exhibit, it is split in half by alphabet. All entrants are entitled to exhibit one work. Photo of your work is not required. All entries will be exhibited. This year, Part I is M-Z and Part II is A-L. The juror for awards is Stephanie Gress, Director of Curatorial Affairs for the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum. Please email JPEG of work for possible use in promotional materials to firstname.lastname@example.org. This exhibit is open to members only. Not a member? Not a problem. Call 631-462-5400 ext. 222
The Rhode Island Watercolor Society Presents:
For this open juried show, RIWS invites artists to submit up to 3 works of art in any 2D media with a completly open theme. This is a great opportunity for artist to submit something they are really proud of, but might not otherwise fit into a more traditional theme. This show is meant to be a springboard of inspiration for the artists applying to this show, not as a way to hinder in intrude upon an any artist create process. Be yourself.
-Open To All 2D Media-
Any artist residing in New England
November 10- January 3
November 10, 2-4pm
Sept 21 - Oct 27
Drop off of accepted pieces by:
November 8 at 2:00pm
All Entries are not refundable at this time.
Please read the entire agreement.
Colorado Environmental Film Festival
Environmental Photography Exhibition
Call for Entry deadline: Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Notification Date: Friday, November 30, 2018
Physical Delivery Date Deadline: Friday, February 15, 2019
Opening: 5:30 PM Friday, February 22, 2019
Exhibition February 22 - April 26, 2019
Call for Entries:
The Environmental Photography Exhibition is a worldwide curated environmental photography exhibition held at the American Mountaineering Center in Golden, Colorado and is in its ninth year as a part of the Colorado Environmental Film Festival (CEFF). Images from the submissions will be selected by renowned environmental photographer Chris Brown and displayed from February 22 to April 26, 2019. From avant-garde to f64 images, the Environmental Photography Exhibition hopes to represent the shared visions of world communities that are concerned about environmental issues. This exhibit is intended to inspire viewers on an emotional level. Ideally photographs will inform and inspire viewers to think about the environment or motivate them to take action. Please visit http://www.ceff.net/photography-exhibition/ to see previous entries.
Who should consider entering: All photographers from around the globe, using all styles and processes are encouraged to enter.
Divisions: There will be two separate age Divisions, Adult (18 and over) and Youth (under 18). Age of entrant will be determined by their age on the day of the final submission deadline. There must be a minimum of 5 entrants in a given Division, otherwise CEFF reserves the right to cancel that Division and move those submissions to the other Division.
Selections: Submission does not guaranty that the images will be chosen for the exhibition. Accepted prints may be offered for sale, but must remain through the end of the show. Submitters (or parent or guardian for the Youth submitters) warrant that entries are their work and accept the submission choices made by the Festival’s juror(s) as final. This year photographer Chris Brown will judge the entries. In the event any juror is unable to judge, the Director of the Exhibition may substitute or serve as an alternate.
Awards: There will be one Best of Show for the Adult Division and one Best of Show for the Youth Division. Each shall be awarded $250. There will also be two Juror’s Awards (no monetary award). All awards are made based upon consideration of the actual exhibited prints on the wall.
Entries: By following the links to our online submissions manager, Smarter Entry, entries are taken and fees paid. Details for the submission process is provided at the Smarter Entry web site. (For example, only entries submitted up to 1,280 pixels on the long side are accepted.) It is important that you not watermark your images to maintain anonymity during the judging process. Photographs chosen for the show will be made from the on-line submissions which will be judged digitally. Only after an entry is accepted is a physical print needed. Any entrant failing to comply with the terms and conditions of entry, or the detailed submission process, may be disqualified from this competition.
Entry Fee: The non-refundable fee is $10 for the first image submitted. Additional entries may be submitted for an additional $10 each. There is a limit of twelve (12) images total that can be submitted. There are no refunds.
Important Dates to Remember:
• The Call for Entry deadline is Wednesday, October 31, 2018. This is the deadline for submitting your entries on line.
• The Notification Date is Friday, November 30, 2018. This is the date that you will receive notification if your entry has been accepted into the show
• Physical Delivery Date is Friday, February 15, 2019. If you are notified that your entry has been accepted into the show, this is the deadline by which your entry must be delivered and received by the Colorado Environmental Film Festival in Golden, Colorado in order to be displayed. Specific mailing instructions will be sent to selected entries. in order to be displayed.
• The Exhibition will be open to the public starting Friday, February 22, 2019.
• There will be an open reception at the Mountaineering Center on Friday, February 22, 2019 at 5:30 PM.
Delivery: You can either hand deliver or ship your work directly to the Colorado Environmental Film Festival. It is required that those desiring to ship will ship their work postage paid and also include a return to sender shipping label, postage paid. In keeping with our environmental theme, any work packed in Styrofoam pellets will not be opened or eligible to be hung. For those photographers sending work without the return postage, it will be assumed that they agree to the donation of their work. To be clear, shipping or hand delivery to and return from the “Gallery” is the responsibility of the artist. The shipping specifications will be sent via e-mail after acceptance into the show.
Final Presentation: Accepted images require professional quality framing with plexiglass or glass, white over-mat (or off-white) and wire on the back ready to hang. Colored mats or prints without over-mats are not acceptable. Framed prints need to be a minimum 14 inches by 17 inches and maximum of 24 inches by 36 inches.
Ownership: Photographers (or parent or guardian for the Youth Division) submitting photographs certify that the work is the property of the photographer and that the photographer owns all rights and title to the work including copyright and trademarks to the work.
Usage Rights: By submitting to the call for entry, entrant represents, acknowledges and warrants that the submitted photographs are original works created solely by the entrant and that no other party has any right, title, claim or interest in the photographs. In consideration of providing the exhibition, each entrant (or parent or guardian for the Youth Division) grants a worldwide, irrevocable license to the exhibition to feature any or all of their submitted images in electronic or print form in their, or their sponsors, promotions for future exhibitions in the following years.
Liability: While the Exhibition will take every precaution and care for work submitted, it can’t be liable for damage or loss for prints and frames while at the show or in transit. Selected prints need to be insured for possible losses or damage by the submitter.
Indemnification: Submitting photographers (or parent or guardian for the Youth Division) agree to indemnify, defend and hold The Environmental Photography Exhibition, The Colorado Environmental Film Festival, The American Mountaineering Center, their staff, volunteers, judges, sponsors and and all others harmless from any claim, expense or demand, including without limitation reasonable attorneys’ fees, made by any third party due to or arising out of issues with photographic submissions, or the photographer’s violation of any law or the rights of a third party.
Applicable Laws: This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the United States and the state of Colorado, without consideration of conflicts of laws provisions and principles. All claims between the parties, regardless of legal theory and whenever brought, shall be resolved in Jefferson County, Colorado. If, for any reason, any section or provision of this Agreement or any part thereof, or the application of such section, provision or portion is declared invalid or unconstitutional, the remainder thereof shall not be affected by such declaration.
Jurors Decisions are Final: Selection of images to be shown is the sole decision of the juror(s). All decisions of the juror(s) are final. All information concerning the judging and winners is considered to be proprietary and confidential. The Festival reserves the right to modify or alter the exhibition venue or schedule in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Any entrant failing to comply with these terms and conditions may be disqualified from the competition.
CEFF reserves the right to modify these rules at its sole discretion.
The fine art nude has been a celebrated subject of photography since the beginning and played an important role in establishing photography as a fine art medium. Early on, both in history and most photographers experience, the nude has been featured in a classical pose and setting, maturing to illustrating the human body as a sculptural abstraction, and with some pushing boundaries.
This year we are celebrating the natural nude- the figure in the environment, whether natural or man made. We are not looking for classic studio work but we are looking for photographers who can make a statement. Stop us in our tracks and make us see more in the image.
Analog and digital manipulation in all its forms welcome. Monochrome or color, all subjects, analog, digital or antique processes, photographers of all skill levels and locations where legal are welcome.
Our juror for Kim Weston. Kim Weston is a fine art photographer from California who specializes in nude photography. Weston was born to one of the most influential and creative families in American history and has been making fine-art nude photographs for over 35 years. Kim learned his craft assisting his father, Cole Weston, in the darkroom making gallery prints from the original negatives of his grandfather, Edward Weston. Kim also worked for many years as an assistant to his uncle, Brett Weston, whose bold, abstract photographs ranked him as the "child genius of American photography."
Visual Arts Guild Frisco is proud to partner with Frisco Fine Art and offer to our members an opportunity to showcase one artwork at the gallery. This call is open to all of our active members.
One easel, one artwork. Acepting entries in the categories of painting, drawing, photography, mixed media and sculpture. All works most be the original concept of the artist.
Requirements: Each artist has to be at the gallery for a couple of hours during the showcase period to present his/her artwork.
Submission deadline for November 04; acceptance: November 09; take in: November 15.
Showcase run November 15 to 29 -2018
Please note that it is a curated exhibit and not all submitted artworks will be exhibited.
VAGF and the Gallery retain total of 40% sales commission.
Please submit at least 2 images.
All submitted works should be ready to set up on a easel (Brig your own easel)
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New Mexico Magazine is known for its stunning photography of the land and its people. Each year, we invite you to submit your favorite photos of the state.
This year’s photography contest opens for entries August 1, 2018. Deadline for entries is 12 p.m. Mountain Standard Time on November 5, 2018.
Cost to enter is $25 and includes the submission of five images. Each additional image entry is $5.
Winners will be published in the February 2019 issue, available on newsstands in mid-January 2019.
New Mexico Magazine partners with the Tularosa Basin Gallery of Photography in Carrizozo to present a show featuring contest winners. Participation is voluntary.
The New Mexico Magazine Photography Contest is about presenting the beauty of New Mexico through photography. It is an amateur contest and is not open to professionals who derive more than 50% of their income from photography.
Through the visual representation of abandoned spaces, artifacts of history are at once fresh and new, ancient and decayed. The past continues to live in these forsaken, ruined, or empty spaces and we ask— Who were the people who lived and worked here? What were their lives like? What were their stories? What happened to them in these spaces?
Praxis Gallery seeks the submission of photographic art that explores the visual and social significance of abandoned space - where derelict factories, churches, private houses or other empty places serve as the basis for creative investigation. All genres, capture types, color and black & white, traditional and non-traditional photographic and digital post-production processes are welcome for submission
Juror | Carl Corey
Carl Corey has been a career artist since 1979 and the author of three award winning photography books. Carl Corey's photographs are exhibited widely in solo and group shows in the United States and abroad, his work has also been featured in many of photography’s most prestigious periodicals, and is represented in a growing number of museum, corporate and private collections. Carl is the recipient of over 100 awards from the publishing and photography communities.
BLACK AND WHITE:
As photographers we know about the dramatic change in photography that came about when color film was introduced. For both portraits and scenics hand coloring was no longer necessary and over time color images joined black and white as fine art.
This call is NYC4PA's homage to those images where all the emotion, texture and beauty are expressed in shades of Black and White. No matter if your original image was shot with tri x or with a digital SLR, if the end product is a terrific Black and White, it fits the call. Sepia will be accepted.
Yosemite Renaissance is a non-profit art organization founded in 1985 to encourage artists to create diverse interpretations of Yosemite National Park and the surrounding Sierra Nevada region. The organization seeks to inspire a new generation of people to understand, preserve and protect our wild lands and natural places.
The Yosemite Renaissance Exhibition is an annual exhibit that offers an opportunity for artists inspired by nature and the American wilderness to display and promote their art. The exhibit opens at the historic Yosemite National Park Museum Gallery in the heart of Yosemite Valley, then travels to other art centers across California.
Philosophy and Approach
For over 150 years, artists have played an important role in the establishment of our state and national parks, inspiring people to visit iconic natural sites, and to protect our natural resources.
Subject matter must be related to the landscape, environment, wildlife and people of Yosemite National Park and the Sierra Nevada region. Both representational and non-representational submissions are allowed. We encourage artist who apply to celebrate the beauty and wonder of nature through art, but also to consider and explore environmental issues, ecology, biology, forestry, current events, political, spiritual and cultural themes.
Contributing artists should be aware of the geographic range of the show. While the nexus of the exhibit is Yosemite, the scope of the show also includes Sequoia National Park, Sierra National Forest, Ansel Adams Wilderness, Mono Lake, Bodie, the White Mountains, and more. The high Sierra, east side and west side foothills and canyons from Lake Tahoe to Tehachapi are all included! The area is huge, consisting of hundreds of thousands of acres of rugged peaks, deep valleys, forests, chaparral, deserts, lakes and streams. If your work is inspired by these places, it will be considered.
Mastery of traditional media, technical expertise, style and personal vision are important factors in the selection process.
One of the goals of Yosemite Renaissance is to encourage innovation. Jurors will consider the use of new tools, technologies, materials and techniques.
$5,000 in cash awards will be announced at the opening reception at the Yosemite National Park Museum Gallery.
This is an annual juried exhibition, held since 1931,at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagerstown, Maryland. It is open to all artists and all media.
This is an annual juried exhibition, held since 1931,at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagerstown, Maryland. It is open to all artists and all media.
The First Annual Members Exhibition is here. All subjects, analog and digital, monochrome or color, all subjects, analog, digital or antique processes, photographers of all skill levels and locations are welcome.
Our juror for the Members Show is Polly Gaillard. Polly has been making portraits and teaching photography classes and workshops for more than fifteen years. In 2014 & 2012, Gaillard was Summer Faculty for University of New Orleans in Prague, Czech Republic and in Summer 2015 & 2013, for the University of Georgia’s Summer Study Abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She received a Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts from Vermont College of Fine Arts in 2010.
45-50 selected images will hang in the SE Center’s main gallery space for approximately one month with the opportunity to be invited for a solo show at a later date.
Gallery Main Street and the Innovation Pipeline are joining forces to create another Downtown Tyler Art and Makers Market during the holiday season. We will have a total of 10 vendors. The Gallery area will be full of items.
Submit one image up to three items for consideration. Each item will be evaluated by an independent jury based on sales potential, appropriateness for gift-giving and other considerations.
Those that are selected will receive 1 ten foot table. We do request each vendor be there for the opening of this great event.
Work must be your own.
Entry deadline: Sunday, Nov. 25, 2018
Notification by email: Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018
Deadline for delivery: Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018
Official opening: Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018
Pick-up of unsold inventory: Monday, Jan. 7, 2018
Sales split: 80% to artist; 20% to either Gallery Main Street or Innovation Pipeline.
Monochrome Photography, images produced with a single hue, rather than recording the colors of the object that was photographed. The SE Center is looking for all forms of Monochrome imagery, black-and-white and toned photography- all subjects, analog, digital or antique processes, photographers of all skill levels and locations are welcome.
Our juror for Monochrome is Michael Foley. He opened his NYC Foley Gallery in the fall of 2004 after fourteen years of working with notable photography galleries including Fraenkel, Howard Greenberg and Yancey Richardson.
His personal art making practice is equally inspired by photography, collage, cut paper and painting. In 2006, he brought artists within these disciplines to the list of exhibiting gallery artists. Foley went on to co-found The Exhibition Lab in the fall of 2009. The Ex Lab is a study center for people involved in various aspects of fine art photography.
Foley continues his interest in educating by serving on the faculty of the School of Visual Arts and the International Center of Photography where he teaches and lectures on issues in contemporary photography.
5-40 Selected images will hang in the SE Center’s main gallery space for approximately one month with the opportunity to be invited for a solo show at a later date. In addition, the SE Center announces the SE Center Purchase Award. One image, from those selected for inclusion in the exhibition, may be purchased from the artist for inclusion in the SE Center's collection.
The Art League of Long Island is holding it's 57th biennial juried Long Island Art Exhibition. Open to artists residing in Suffolk, Nassau, Brooklyn and Queens, this exhibition is open to two and three-dimensional works in any medium, including photography and fine crafts. Entry is limited to 5 works not previously exhibited in the Art League's gallery. This year the Art League is honored to have Tim Newton, CEO and Chairman of the Salmagundi Club, NYC, as juror for this exhibition. $500 Awards of Excellence and Honorable Mentions of one year memberships to ALLI will be given at the discretion of the judge.
A small box of Crayola crayons, an American child's first art related possession, contained eight glorious wax colors. Three of them RED, YELLOW, and BLUE gave these kids the ability to create all the colors of the rainbow. In addition, however. so many first art projects focused on these crayons as they were packaged - strong primary color artistic elements.
This call is about images in which one of these colors stands out as a critical element of your photographic composition. You will determine which of the three colors RED, YELLOW or BLUE represents each image you submit. They can be black and white photographs with a single point of color, red, yellow or blue monochromes, or any image where red, yellow or blue stands out as a focal part of the photograph. Is the blue sky the most important part of your image, a red umbrella or maybe a big yellow flower? Have you modified a print to be all shades of red? This is a theme to have fun with.
We welcome you to the 3rd Annual Small Works National Competition. Please read the prospectus carefully for complete information. However, here are some quick facts:
Entries Close: March 15, 2019
Show Dates: April 30 - June 4, 2019
Entry Fees: 1st entry: $25; following entries - $10 ea.
Maximum size: including frame: 16 inches in any direction.
Deadline to receive in gallery: April 20, 2019
Best in Show $750
Arkansas Artist Award $100
$100 in each of the following categories, plus 2 Honorable Mentions: Landscape; Figurative; Animal; Still Life; Abstract.
We welcome your entries. If you have questions you may direct them to our Juried Shows Committee Chairman, Barbara Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org