smallWorks is a juried exhibition presented in the Riverside Galleries at Garrison Art Center, December 5, 2020 – January 3, 2021, open to artists 18 and older working in 2 and 3 dimensional media.
2D and 3D works. Must be no greater than 12 inches at largest dimension. Must be limited to 35 pounds. Wall hung assemblage and reliefs accepted. See prospectus for further details.
Awards: Best 2D - $500, Best 3D - $500.
Juror: Paulien Lethen
Dutch artist and gallery owner, Paulien Lethen, opened Holland Tunnel Art Newburgh/Gallery and Studios in May of 2018, shortly after she became a resident of Newburgh. Recognizing a lively local art community, she sets out to create a new place for exhibitions, performances, concerts, movie screenings and artist studios. Her goal is to create a cultural venue and art center where art and people can get together. In Newburgh, Lethen feels the same exciting artistic energy of Williamsburg, where she first established Holland Tunnel Gallery in 1997. The Brooklyn gallery gained recognition in the international art world and became a neighborhood icon as a microcosm of local and international talent. It enjoyed a successful run until 2007. Holland Tunnel Gallery Paros, on the island of Paros, Greece opened in 2000 and is still an elegant space for summer concerts, poetry readings, artist talks, and art classes.
Entry Deadline is August 30 at midnight
$10 for 3 entries
$2.50 for each additional entry up to 10 items total
This is a new show so do not enter items previously entered in Gallery Store.
Artists will be responsible for delivery/Shipping gallery will invoice for shipping costs and you can put in a reimbursement form *see membership page for form. We will notify you if an item has sold and it will be the artist’s responsibility to arrange delivery with the buyer.
Rockwall Art League 20th Annual Fine Art Show October 2-4, 2020
Rockwall Golf and Athletic Club Conference Center At The Shores
2600 Champions Circle, Rockwall, TX 75087
October 1 from 5:00pm–7 pm, take-in for entries at the Rockwall Golf and Athletic Club, Conference
Center, At The Shores, 2600 Champions Circle, Rockwall, TX 75087
Due to Covid19 we will also be hosting our show virtually online on our website in conjunction with our show at the shores.
2020 Show Calendar of Events
October 2-4 Show exhibit on display.
Friday, October 2
Saturday, October 3:Artist reception and awards
Sunday, October 4
Pick up artwork
Judging will be the morning of October 2nd before the show
12:00 PM – 7:00 PM
10:00 AM – 7:00 PM Reception 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
12:00 PM – 4:00 PM 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Best of Show: $500.00
In each category: 1st Place: $200.00, 2nd Place: $100.00, Honorable Mention: Ribbon
Please Note: 4 or more artists must be entered in a category for prizes to be awarded. All awards will be given at the discretion of the judge. The judge’s decisions are final.
Artists may qualify for only one award per category, but may win awards in multiple categories
6. Sculpture* No Jewelry in this show.
Entry Fees: Entry fees are non-refundable; payment is made online with registration.
Members: $15.00 per entry or 3 entries for $40.00 (Dues for 2020 must be current) Non-Members: $20.00 per entry or 3 entries for $55.00
How to Enter
Go to www.smarterentry.com to enter. Follow the directions on the Site Login Page to create a new profile unless you already have a profile set-up.
Entries and fees must be received by midnight on September 26, 2020! NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED.
All judged artwork must be original, produced in the last 3 years. All works must be original. “Original” means that if a painting is based on photos, the photos were taken by the artist or the artist has written permission from the photographer to use the photos. Compositions based on published material or other artists’ work are NOT considered original and are not eligible. Work completed in a workshop or class is not eligible. Artwork must not have been entered in any previously judged RAL shows. This does not include RAL Member Exhibits.
The RAL Fine Art Show Committee reserves the right to refuse acceptance into the show of any artwork if not in compliance. Their decisions are final. Unless notified BY Sep. 21, your artwork is accepted for the show as long as it meets the prospectus guidelines.
Requirements and Restrictions Take in is October 1, 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. Pick-up is October 4, 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.
A storage fee of $10.00 per day will be charged for any art not picked up by the deadline. Artist will be responsible for art delivery and pickup, on dates specified.
All artwork must be hand delivered to show venue and picked up. No shipments accepted. Due to space limitations, a maximum of 3 judged entries is allowed for each artist, even if they choose to enter in more than one category.
All members in the show must serve as show docent for one shift minimum.
Art content must be family friendly, as it will be displayed in a community facility. Artists must be 18+ to enter show.
2D Hanging works: Maximum framed size is 36” in width and 48” in height. Artwork not in compliance with size restrictions will not be accepted. All entries must be dry, framed, or gallery wrapped, READY TO HANG AND PROPERLY WIRED. NO SAW TOOTH HANGERS ACCEPTED
FOR HANGING. Gallery wrapped or cradled artwork with finished edges must be a minimum of 1” deep. Less than 1” must be framed.
*Sculpture: Must not exceed 24” in width or depth, nor 36” in height plus pedestal. Total height with pedestal must not exceed 72” (6 feet). Standard pedestal size of 12.5” x 12.5” will be provided. Artist should provide their own pedestal if sculpture requires something larger. This is an indoor show and no sculpture requiring special apparatus to move will be accepted. Wheeled dollies or carts are acceptable, but sculpture weight should not be in excess of 100 pounds. Sculpture must be original, created by the artist, of original design or cast from molds from an original, created by the artist. No third party created ceramic green ware, plates; other objects painted or decorated by the artist are considered original sculpture. Hand thrown pottery or ceramics, by the artist are acceptable. Some items may fit into other categories depending on medium used.
RAL labels will be provided, and are the only labeling or information allowed on judged pieces.
Items not for sale must be marked NFS. No POR (Price on Request) listings. Artwork must remain on exhibit for the entire show. By entering this show, the artist gives RAL permission to display images for publicity or promotion.
Sales: RAL will handle all sales. A 20% donation to RAL will be deducted from ALL SALES.
Artists should carry their own insurance. Reasonable care will be taken with all artwork. The Rockwall Art League and/or other sponsoring agencies assume no responsibility for the safety or security of your art.
Artwork complies with size restrictions and ready to hang with correct wire.
Must be 18+ to Submit Artwork.
Artwork has been created in the last three years.
Prospectus and entry information is located at: www.rockwallartleague.org
Photograph each piece of artwork. Rename the digital image with your name and artwork title for each photograph. Submit your images as JPG files not greater than 4MB. The longest side should be 1,280 pixels for best viewing quality. Photos are for submission verification, but may also be used for Art Show Promotional materials.
Complete online entry with digital photos and submit with payment at SmarterEntry.com Print out copy of your completed entry for your records.
Membership must be current to receive membership rate for entry.
Questions: Marie Gray- firstname.lastname@example.org, Susie Varner- email@example.com
The Citation Show is presented by the Texas Visual Arts Association and is a juried, TVAA Member-only exhibition. This year’s Citation show will be held at the Mesquite Arts Center in Mesquite, TX and includes cash and merchandise prizes valued at $2000.00. Acceptance into five TVAA juried shows grants the artist “Signature” status.
Submissions deadline: Wednesday, September 30, midnight
Acceptance notifications sent via email: Sunday, October 18.
Exhibition dates: November 1 – December 1
Closing Reception: TBA via Zoom
ELIGIBILITY / FEES
Open to all members of TVAA. Entry fee is $10 for up to 3 entries. All entries must have been completed within the last 2 years. You MUST be a member to participate in this juried competition.
All media accepted with exception to videos, reproductions, and giclees (unless for photography). All entries must be submitted as digital files through Smarterentry. Entries should be labeled with first initial and last name, plus image entry number (e.g. John Smith first image would be JSmith01, John Smith second image would be JSmith02, etc.). Images must be in jpg format of 300 dpi
Art may be reproduced for publicity purposes.
TVAA requests a 20% donation when a sale is made.
All artwork must be presented in a professional manner. Be sure to submit clear, precise images of your art work. All submissions must be original to the artist. Any work that does not meet these criteria will be disqualified
Juror will judge accepted entries and select winners, which will include Best of Show, first place, second place, and third place. Winners will be awarded cash prizes by TVAA, amounting to $500 for Best of Show, $250 for first place, $150 for second place, and $100 for third place.
Entry into this exhibition constitutes the artist’s agreement to these terms and conditions.
Juror and TVAA will have authority to exclude any piece for any reason during the jury process. TVAA reserves the right to not show any works not deemed appropriate for public viewing.
I agree that my artwork may be photographed and/or filmed for public relations, educational, and/or other purposes. TVAA requests 20% donation when a sale is made via TVAA.org
Membership in TVAA entitles the artist to several opportunities to exhibit each year.
Contact Information – Exhibit Co-Chairs: Julia deLeon, Email firstname.lastname@example.org Linda Lee ,Email: email@example.com
– Current member of TVAA – dues must be current
– Entry fee paid immediately following submission via smarterentry
– Completed entry form corresponds with jpg upload
– Deadline by midnight Sept 30, 2020 (no exceptions will be allowed. Please do not wait until the last minute and say your computer or the website didn’t work).
Juror | Sandrine Hermand-Grisel
The photograph’s power as a narrative tool is derived from the impression that what is captured within the frame is an accurate representation of what actually occurred at a specific moment in time. As complete or comprehensive as any narrative may appear to be, it will always be subject to a process of including some elements and excluding others. These inclusions and exclusion are a crucial part of what photographic storytelling is all about - What is being presented within the frame to the viewer – and what is being left out or left to the viewer’s imagination.
Praxis Gallery seeks the submission of photographic works that explore the development of visual narratives through the still image. Stories may take any shape or form; they may be literal or fantasy, documentary or fiction; complex or minimal. All genres, capture types, black & white and color, traditional and non-traditional photographic and digital post-production processes are welcome for submission.
An RNAC Juried Members Online Exhibition
Rocky Neck Art Colony (RNAC) invites artist members to enter the call for Exuberance: The Marvelous Art of Craft.
This is Juried Members show that highlights artistry in craft in traditional media as well as the more offbeat, innovative or peculiar. Emphasizing a sense of curiosity and wonder, the show aims to surprise viewers with inventive materials, techniques and surfaces. RNAC’s final show of 2020 will close this challenging year with an enthusiasm for life and a sense of future promise.
The show is virtual only, to be featured on https://www.rnacexhibitions.com/ from October 16 through December 31.
For Full Prospectus and submission information
Click on "View Competition Details"
RAA&M NATIONAL 2020 CALL FOR ENTRIES
The Rockport Art Association & Museum
(RAA&M) invites artists to enter this exhibit to celebrate the arts nationally.
The 2020 exhibit will be juried by:
Cindy House http://www.cindyhouse.com
Bruce Herman http://www.bruceherman.com
Over $5,000.00 in prize money to be awarded
Artists need not be members of the RAA&M. This is an opportunity to exhibit artwork that shows the diversity of the Creative Community about us.
Images should be submitted/ uploaded, by individual artists during the July 1 – October 1, 2020 submission period on the smartentry.com site.
Call for Submissions Begins: Wednesday, July 1, 2020
Deadline for Online Entries: Thursday, October 1, 2020
Notice of Acceptance by: Saturday, October 17, 2020
Accepted Art Drop-Off: Saturday, November 21, 2020 (10:00 – 4:00PM)
Exhibit Opens: Tuesday, December 5, 2020
Opening Reception: Saturday, December 5, 2020 (2:00 – 4:00PM)
Exhibit Closes: Thursday, December 31, 2020
Pick-Up: Saturday, January 2, 2020 (2:00 – 4:00PM)
SUBMISSION CRITERIA AND CONTENT: Entries must be original. Once artwork is submitted, it may not be withdrawn by the artist. All artwork must remain hanging until the end of the exhibit unless sold.
LOCATION: The Aldro T. Hibbard Gallery, the main gallery at the Rockport Art Association & Museum, 12 Main Street Rockport, MA 01966.
ARTWORK FORMAT, PRESENTATION & SIZE REQUIREMENTS: Artwork submissions are limited to 3 artworks per artist in the following media: drawing, mixed media, collage, photography, painting, digital art and sculpture.
Maximum size is 40 x 60 inches including the frame. All works on paper must be matted, framed and covered with glass or Plexiglas.
Frames must be in good condition. Entries must be dry, properly prepared for exhibition and properly wired for hanging. The wire and eye screws must not show when the artwork is hung.
Gallery wrapped canvas does not require framing unless the edges are unfinished. Maximum weight per hanging piece is 10 pounds.
ENTRIES & FEES: The exhibit will be juried using digital images (jpgs) submitted/ uploaded, by individual artists during the July 1 – October 1, 2020 submission period onto the smarterentry.com site.
Up to 3 entries: $35.00 for RAA&M members and $45.00 for non-members. (You may become a Contributing Member for $40, reducing the show fee by $10)
To become a Rockport Art Association & Museum member either contact the RAA&M at (978) 546-6604, or pay for contributing membership within smarterentry.com while submitting for this exhibit, or go to rockportartassn.org or visit us at 12 Main Street, Rockport, MA 01966.
There is no guarantee of acceptance into the exhibit.
In case of a Covid-19 outbreak, the RAA&M National 2020 exhibition will become a virtual exhibition. Artists whose work has been accepted will be notified if the show is to be live or virtual at the time of their artwork being accepted into the show.
A sales commission of 40% based on original price will be taken by RAA&M when a work sells during the exhibit. Fees are non-refundable.
FORMAT FOR DIGITAL IMAGES (JPGS) AND HOW TO SEND THEM: All entries must be submitted in a digital JPEG format, either cropped to remove background or on a black background without a mat or frame.
Photos of the artwork should not be taken through glass or plexiglass. Image quality is critical: poor photography and presentation may affect acceptance by the jurors. Digital images must be representative of the artwork.
RELEASE OF LIABILITY: By entering “RAA&M National” the artist acknowledges that all reasonable care will be taken to safeguard the artwork(s) and the premises and said person accepts that RAA&M and its agents, directors, officers and volunteers will not be responsible for any damage, injury, liability loss or theft should any occur. Insurance for artwork entered in this exhibit is each individual artist’s responsibility.
SHIPPING INFORMATION: Work that has been juried into the exhibit should be hand delivered or shipped to arrive at The Rockport Art Association & Museum no later than Saturday, November 21, 2020. All applicants shipping artwork must include a return-shipping label. The RAA&M will store artist's boxes and return- shipping labels to send back artwork at the completion of the exhibition
Rockport Art Association & Museum
Attn: S. Milton
12 Main Street
Rockport, MA 01966
REPRODUCTION OF ARTWORK: Any artwork entered in this exhibit may be reproduced for advertising, marketing, and promotional purposes for “RAA&M National” or future exhibits without consent from or notification to the artist or the artist’s agent.
SALES: All artwork should be for sale. Prices cannot be changed from those stated at submission. RAA&M will receive a 40% commission on any and all sales from the exhibit or as a result of the exhibit. The artist will receive 60%. Artists should expect payment within four weeks after the close of the exhibit. All sales are final.
PROMOTION OF THE EXHIBIT: Promotion will be handled by the RAA&M, but we welcome artists promoting the exhibit themselves as well.
EXHIBIT CONTACT EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
The TRANSFORMATIONS Exhibition, one of the largest shows anywhere dedicated to the transformative vision and skills of photographers who freely express their creativity by whatever means they choose, is back for its 5th year! Things are a bit different this year (what isn’t) and this year’s show will be all digital and will be presented on-line, but the principle is the same…
If you have been rejected from other shows or your work questioned because you use textures, composites, filters, or any of the other wonderful tools available to create your own vision, then you have found your home! Welcome to TRANSFORMATIONS!
To make things more exciting this year, we have revised the categories, made the awards higher, and are setting up a system so that you and your fellow entrants will select the award winners. No more moaning about the judges :) and you’ll get a chance to see just how hard it is to select the best from so many great entries!
There are two categories, which will be described below:
The Transformative Category – This is the general category that most people are likely to enter. The only requirement is that the images must have started life in your camera. You can modify or create the physical environment, apply in-camera techniques, shoot infrared, use composites, and/or use post processing to realize your own artistic reality. We are a very inclusive organization, so any degree of alteration from mild to extreme is welcome in our show. However, if the visual success of the image is clearly dependent on distinct image elements from someone else’s photography or art, or if more than 50% of the image is based on someone else’s photography or art, please use the Derivative Category.
The Derivative Category – This replaces the former Unlimited Exhibition and is a special purpose category to recognize the outstanding works that include or are entirely composed of major copyrightable elements of an original, previously created first work. Two things are important… 1.) You may not violate someone else’s copyright – if you are doing derivative work, we assume you are aware of the legalities involved; 2.) The work must be photographically based. For example, a picture of the Mona Lisa with a beard drawn on it or photo realistic art drawn on a computer will not be considered.
The two categories will be judged separately and separate prizes will be awarded for each.
We’re looking forward to seeing the great work created in these strange times and putting on the best TRANSFORMATIONS Exhibition yet!
The Annual Members Exhibition is around the corner. All subjects, analog, digital, and antique process, monochrome or color, photographers of all skill levels and locations are welcome.
Members of the SE Center (as of 10/4/20) regardless of location, age or skill level. Images previously selected for exhibition at the SE Center for Photography within two years of the current exhibition are not eligible.
Our juror for the Members Show is Miller Gaffney. Miller has a wide-ranging background in the art world, having worked with leading auction houses, commercial galleries, artists, museums, and information-providers for art collectors. She began her career with L'Antiquaire & The Connoisseur on New York's East 73rd Street where her responsibilities included assisting in the purchase of artworks and antiques on behalf of collector clients from international auction houses.
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.
The SE Center for Photography is looking for non-representational imagery, though it can be from found objects in nature, man made or figurative works. We're seeking images that do not attempt to represent external reality, but seek to achieve its effect using shapes, forms, colors, and texture. Black-and-white or color, analog, digital or antique processes, photographers of all skill levels and locations are welcome.
Our juror for Abstract ‘20 is Blue Mitchell. Blue Mitchell is an independent publisher, curator, educator, and photographer. Mitchell is the Founding Editor of Diffusion: Unconventional Photography, an independent, reader and contributor supported annual that highlights and celebrates unconventional photographic processes and photo related artwork. Mitchell also curates Plates to Pixels, an online photographic gallery that bridges the gap between antiquated photographic processes and new digital media.
35-40 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, selected images are featured in the SE Center social media accounts (FB, IG, Twitter) and an archived, online slide show. A video walkthrough of each exhibition is also featured and archived.
Tipping Point—National Exhibition,
juried by Gerry Bergstein, Painter
November 5 – December 19, 2020
Tipping Point (to be hung in the Bancroft Gallery at SSAC)
VIRTUAL OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, November 5, 6PM
National Show Open to all media, original works of the Tipping Point theme.
ENTRY DEADLINE: Tuesday October 13, 2020 end of day. Accepted works posted by Monday, October 19, by end of day.
$25 for three images. $10 for each additional image up to 6 total images.
ALL WORKS MUST BE FOR SALE. South Shore Art Center receives 40% of the purchase price. Please submit only work that will be available at the time of the exhibition and will remain for its entirety. Work must have been created within the past three years. No accepted entry may be withdrawn prior to the close of the exhibition. No pricing changes will be allowed after acceptance. Living artists only. Work that is copied or done under the guidance of an instructor is not eligible. Entries must not have been previously exhibited at SSAC or the SSAC Arts Festival. If the work does not fully reflect what is represented on the submitted image, South Shore Art Center reserves the right to eliminate it from the exhibition.
Two-dimensional work must be professionally presented and firmly wired. No sawtooth hangers, no sandwich frames. 3-D work should include a sturdy pedestal.
Accepted entries will posted on the website by Monday, October 19, 2020.
DELIVERY / RETURN OF ACCEPTED ARTWORK
Shipping, return shipping and a handling fee for shipped work are the responsibility of the artist. Delivery instructions will accompany email notification of acceptance. No Saturday Deliveries; SSAC will not be open on weekends until further notice. (Delivery by October 29; Hand delivered work drop off: October 27–29, 10:00–4:00; shipped work returned by January 6, 2020.) A handling fee of $25 is required for shipped artwork.
Hand delivered works may be picked up at the end of the exhibition. Monday, December 21 to Wednesday, December 23, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
I understand that South Shore Art Center will ensure work accepted to the extent of 60% of the artist’s stated value while the work is in the Art Center’s custody and control.
Submission to Tipping Point constitutes an agreement with all conditions of this show. South Shore Art Center reserves the right to photograph or use a submitted image for an accepted work for publicity purposes. South Shore Art Center reserves the right to reject any work not resembling the submitted entry or work that is not ready to be shown according to the aforementioned specifications.
PRIZES (Due to COVID-19 there will be no cash prizes)
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.
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, 2020 at 8am MST. Deadline for entries is 11:59pm MST on October 23, 2020.
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 2021 issue, available on newsstands in mid-January 2021.
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.
EXHIBIT DATES: November 7,2020 - January 3, 2021
ENTRIES SUBMITTED online via Smarter Entry
ENTRY DEADLINE: October 31, 2020 11:59:00 PM (EDT)
DROP OFF DATES: November 1,4,5 2020 12:00PM to 3:30PM
PICK UP DATES: January 8, 9,10, 2021 12:00PM to 3:30PM
Please Note above drop off and pick up dates -
no exceptions without prior approval from Spring Bull Gallery.
Exhibitors may submit up to three original works in any medium
(excluding photography, laser prints, or computer generated)
Size not to exceed 60” overall perimeter including frame.
Prices not to exceed $500
Artwork must be professionally presented, ready to hang with proper wiring,
name of artist, title of work, and price must be marked on back.
[no sawtooth hangers, clip-on, scratched or damaged frames accepted]
Framed works on paper must be under glass or acrylic glazing
White or off-white mats are highly recommended
Works on stretcher bars must be properly stretched and wired for hanging
Framing is optional for gallery wrapped or cradled panels
All entries must be for sale*
One entry $25, two or three entries $45.
Payment is made online through Smarter Entry at the time of submission
Gallery sales commission is 35% for each work sold
*Pieces sold may be replaced with new works as requested by the gallery.
PLEASE NOTE: Artworks are not insured by SBG. Artists should maintain their own insurance while work is on SBG premises. Although we take the utmost care of all works submitted, SBG is not responsible for any damage incurred after drop-off. All packing material must be taken away by the artist upon drop-off. SBG retains the right to reproduce images of your work for publicity for the exhibition.
*Your entry in this exhibition constitutes agreement with the above terms.
We look forward to your participation and welcome your support of Spring Bull Gallery.
This is a Black and White Fine Art Photography show for the artists of New Mexico.
It is a juried show and is held every fall.
Please note: This show is open only to pure black and white images. Sepia, or other toned images will be disqualified.
Juror: Lance Keimig
“Night does not show things, it suggests them. It disturbs and surprises us with its strangeness. It liberates forces within us which are dominated by our reason during the daytime.” ― Brassai
Spanning two centuries, night photography has captured the collective imagination of the masses. From the infamously long exposures required by early artists, to high speed color films and the advent of digital technology, the subject of the night has inspired an explosion of interest among contemporary artists. Natural vistas, celestial bodies, urban landscapes, factories, artificial structures and nocturnal interludes represent but a few of the limitless subjects of nighttime photography.
Praxis Gallery seeks the submission of photographic works that explore the fundamental qualities that make night photography - from dusk to dawn - a compelling contemporary art form. All subjects (people, places and things), genres, capture types, color, black & white, traditional and non-traditional photographic and digital post-production processes are welcome for submission.
Call For Artists
ART IN THE MAYOR'S OFFICE
As part of our successful ongoing partnership with the City of Frisco Public Art Program, we're thrilled to offer our VAGF members the opportunity to display their artwork in the Mayor's office!
Accepted categories are: painting, drawing and photography. A new artist will be selected on a quarterly basis. Please note: in order to qualify, artists must be current in their VAGF membership.
All submitted works should be ready-to-hang with wire taut at the upper fourth of the frame. Saw hook hanging will not be accepted. All works on 1/2” - 1" canvases should be framed. All the works on 1 1/2” to 2” canvases need to have neatly painted edges if not framed.
VAGF retains 20% commission from all sales generated through the show.
Acceptance is subject to the approval by the City officials.
SE CENTER OPEN
Open Call is just that, an open theme - all subjects, The SE Center is looking for images of any theme, media, digital, analog, or antique processes that show your best work.
Robert Klein opened his Newbury Street space with early exhibitions of Diane Arbus, Annie Leibovitz, Sally Mann, and Hiroshi Sugimoto. From 1995 through 2008, Robert served as President of the Board of Directors of the Association of International Photographic Art Dealers (AIPAD). During his tenure, Robert engineered the 2006 expansion of The AIPAD Photography Show New York to the Park Avenue Armory. The AIPAD Photography Show's move firmly established it as one of the leading photographic fairs in the world.
35-40 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. Openings are timed to coincide with Greenville, South Carolina's First Fridays, a celebration of art, food and music.
Cape Cod Art Center is seeking entries for their "In the Moment" Digital Art Online Exhibition.
If you live in the moment, you'll notice the sights, sounds, smells, emotions, triumphs and sorrows. Take them in ... and show us what you see.
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 25th by midnight.
Artist notification by email on November 6th. Online exhibit on website will become live on November 6, 2020.
This online exhibit is being juried by Fran Forman.
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.
Image icon is Lori Pesce, "A Boy's Imagination", Digital Art.
Yosemite Renaissance 36 - Call to Artists
The Yosemite Renaissance Exhibition is an annual exhibit that offers an opportunity for artists inspired by Yosemite and the California Sierra Nevada region 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.
$5,000 in cash awards will be announced at the opening reception at the Yosemite National Park Museum Gallery.
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.
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 thousands of acres of rugged peaks, deep valleys, forests, 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. Yosemite Renaissance also encourages innovation. Jurors will consider the use of new tools, technologies, materials and techniques.
BLACK AND WHITE:
It is time for NYC4PA to revisit one of our favorite themes, Black and White. It is our homage to the beginnings of photography before the dramatic change that came about when color film was introduced.
Send us your monochrome images where all the emotion, texture and beauty are expressed in shades from white to dark. No matter if your original image was shot with tri x, a digital SLR, or your phone, if the end product is a terrific Black and White, it fits the call. Sepia will be accepted.
As with all NYC4PA calls all 2D photo mediums are welcome.
The Pinelands Preservation Alliance (PPA) is pleased to announce “Pinelands” 2021 Juried Photographic Exhibition. The goal of this exhibit is to celebrate the New Jersey Pinelands, our Nation’s first National Reserve, with photographs that capture its natural beauty and rich cultural heritage.
This year, we are honored to have renowned National Geographic photographer Michael Yamashita as our judge! Here is his biography – read his biography.
Over $2,000 in cash prizes will be awarded. Awards – Open (all ages): $1,000 for 1st Place Best in Show, $350 each for 1st Place Landscape, Flora & Fauna, Other categories.
All photographs submitted, whether juried into the show or not, will be displayed in a special online Pinelands Photography Gallery.
Image submissions can be black and white or color, but they must be taken within the boundaries of the New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve (see map).
This year, each image can be submitted into one of three categories of your chosing: (1) Landscape, (2) Flora and Fauna, and (3) Other (People, Towns, Architecture, Culture, History, Recreation, etc). Download the Full Prospectus for full details.
- All photographs must be made within the New Jersey Pinelands National Preserve (see map).
- A total of 6 images can be submitted per photographer.
- Black and white and color images depicting its landscape, flora, wildlife, communities and people will be accepted.
- The juried exhibit will be held in the beautiful renovated barn at the PPA Headquarters in Southampton, New Jersey.
- The PPA reserves the right to disqualify any image that doesn’t meet the contest rules or where the subject matter was not created within the Pinelands.
- Online Submission Opens: June 1, 2020
- Online Submissiuon Closes: January 31, 2021
- Acceptance Notification: February 15, 2021
- Delivery of Accepted Work:
- Friday, March 19, 2021, 5-7pm
- Saturday, March 20, 2021, 10-noon
- Sunday, March 21, 2021, 10-noon
- Exhibition Dates: March 29 to May 1, 2021
- Online Gallery of All Photographs Opens: March 29, 2021
- Opening Reception: Saturday, March27, 2021, 2-4pm. Awards will be announced at the reception.
- Pick-ip Artwork:
- Sunday, May 2, 2021, 10-noon
- Tuesday, May 4, 2021, 5-7pm
All Files submitted should meet the following:
- JPEG format
- Files cannot exceed 8MB in size
- At least 2000 pixels on longest side
- A minimum of 180 ppi
- sRGB color profile
NOTE: If you do not know how to create these specifications, don't worry, just submit your photographs.
Help us protect the unique natural area of the New Jersey Pinelands. Please donate to or join the Pinelands Preservation Alliance. LEARN MORE HERE
Sierra Art Trails 2020 has been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Call to Artists for the 18th annual Sierra Art Trails will begin Feb 1st, 2021.
We are excited to share 18 years of experience with our artists, patrons and supporters!
The cost to participate as an artist is $150 USD, $25 due when applying, and the $125 balance due upon acceptance.
The Exhibit Prosepectus is available on the Sierra Art Trails website at https://sierraarttrails.org//sierra-art-trails-prospectus/
The exhibit is the largest art event in our area, showcasing a wide range of fine art and fine craft in communities throughout Eastern Madera and Mariposa Counties.
The region encompassed by the show includes Oakhurst, Coarsegold, North Fork, Yosemite Lakes Park , and communities along Highway 49 from Ahwahnee to Mariposa. The show takes place in artist’s studios, homes, art galleries, wineries, and other businesses throughout the area.
Sierra Art Trails is open to visual artists and artisans working in all media including but not limited to; painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, photography, printmaking, mixed media, papermaking, woodcarving, digital art, jewelry, textile arts, and art glass. Mass produced crafts, gift items, etc. will not be accepted.
Sierra Art Trails is open to both local artists and artists from outside the area. Artists with studios located in Eastern Madera and Mariposa Counties are encouraged to show in their home studios, and to share their show sites with others.
The planning committee will work with artists who do not have access to a suitable show site to help them find a location to show their work. First consideration is given to artists living within the area, but the show is open to any artist interested in participating in the event, regardless of where they live.
Artists must be Present to Participate - Artists must be present at their sites both Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 6pm. Friday is an optional day for participating artists.
Since our first exhibit in 2003, Sierra Art Trails has built a dedicated audience excited to attend year after year. In addition to visiting with the artists and purchasing works directly from the people who create them, visitors are encouraged to explore our communities, patronize our hotels and restaurants, and learn more about our area.
As an artist, there are many reasons to consider applying for the show. Participating artists are featured in the tour catalog, included in a month-long Preview Exhibit, and benefit from an extensive advertising campaign. While successful sales are important, the promotional exposure alone is well worth the cost of participation. Networking opportunities, offers to participate in other exhibits, and post show sales often result from participation in Sierra Art Trails.
Artists interested in applying can view the complete prospectus, and find general information on our website at https://sierraarttrails.org//sierra-art-trails-prospectus/
To learn more about Sierra Art Trails please contact:
Stellar Gallery, 40982 Hwy 41, Suite 1, Oakhurst CA 93644
(559) 658-8844, email: email@example.com
or visit us on the web at www.sierraarttrails.org