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This is a physical OPEN CALL exhibition that will open at The Royal @ The Royal Society of American Art on December 17, 2021. Artists selected for the exhibition will be included on the RSOAA website and social media platforms.

The Small Works exhibition is open to all artists who are able to deliver their artwork to the gallery. This will be a salon style show and installation - just in time for the holidays. Artworks should be 12" x 12" and smaller, be ready to hang, and can be sold for $500.00 or less. Artists will receive 50% commission on the sale of their artwork. Artworks sold will be able to be taken home by the collector immediately upon payment.

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Exhibition Dates: December 17, 2021 - January 9, 2022

Deadline: 
12/03/2021

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Fee Detail: 
$10
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OPEN CALL for NYC Artist: 2021 Fall Season Art Gallery

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The Juice Box’s October Black aims to be an educational and creative resource anthologizing the soul of the vast diversity within Blackness. This is to engage a diverse public in the exploration of the resilience and contoured beauty of “Black”. October Black seeks to provoke memorable, immersive artistic thought through offering art rich in African diasporic history, traditions and experiences. October Black also seeks to offer artists (both visual and performing arts) an opportunity to have their work actualized.

ENTRY GUIDELINES

Art submissions must speak to the heart and soul of the Black experience by emphasizing its diversity and complexity. Artwork must also have an overture of hope and optimism as expressed in the “triumphs of our experiences”. This exhibit’s mission is to inspire and curate the Black artistic narrative through innovative fine art techniques. Preference will be given to artist who:

  • NYC resident,
  • Identify as a Black woman, 
  • Teaching Artists,
  • Arts based advocates and/or involved in civic engagement
  • Rising Artist, who have not had their first solo exhibit
  • Artwork with Afrofuturistic undertones
  • Short-Film/Documentary/Film Artists

The deadline for entries and applicants is October 10th at 11:59pm. Selected artists will be notified within a week of the submission date. 

There is NO entry fee. Selections will be made based on images and information submitted on the entry form.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Please be prepared to include the following information in the entry form:

  • Artist Information
  • Full Name
  • Mailing Address 
  • Email Address 
  • Phone Number 
  • Artist Biography (Maximum 100 words)
  •  Artwork / Image Information  (Minimum 1 artworks submissions / Maximum 3 artwork submissions) 
  • Title 
  • Year of Completion
  • Materials and Techniques Used
  • Measurements (Length x Width x Depth in Inches) 
  • Retail Price
  • Statement About the Work (Maximum 75 words for each work)

One full size image and one detail image per artwork. The images must be professional quality JPEG images in 2400 x 3000 pixels. Images must be smaller than 5MB.
 

TERMS OF ENTRY
Photography and Permissions
The artist verifies he/she owns or has copyright(s) to the artwork being submitted or on loan and therefore, allows the guest curator to display the artwork in its galleries during the exhibition dates. The artists provide approval to Black Pulp to photograph or use submitted photographs of the artwork for advertising, educational or archival purposes online and in print without monetary compensation. Images of artwork may be cropped to fit advertisements and credits will be included when possible. The artwork will remain the property of the artist unless sold on behalf of the artist by Black Pulp. If not sold, all artwork must be picked up or have proper return shipping material within 60 days after the last day of the exhibition.

Black Pulp’s commission is to be 20% of the sales price. (Price Limit: $ 2,000) For information about insurance and compensation, will be given upon selection.

Transportation and Shipping

The artist is responsible for the transportation of the artwork to the gallery location.   

If artist decides to use a shipping company for the pickup and delivery of the artworks, the artist recognizes the risk of damage during transit. If the artist requests to have the artworks shipped back, the artist must provide a pre-paid shipping label (UPS, FedEx or DHL). The artist must ship the artwork in a re-usable shipping container(s). Black Pulp is not responsible for damage occurred in shipping to or from The Gallery.  
 

FUNDING

October Black is made possible by the New York City Artist Corps. Black Pulp will be responsible for general installation support and basic in house advertising but does not necessarily fund all/additional exhibit needs. Potential exhibitors should be prepared with a budget and potential funds for special installations.

 

Please Note: 

All applicants must be prepared to present a sample of the proposed works upon request. 

Thank you in advance for your interest in exhibiting in Black Fall 2021!

Deadline: 
10/10/2021

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Eco Echo – online art exhibition

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Applications are now open for our online exhibition “Eco Echo”. We are looking for artworks centered on the theme of the environment and the natural world, nature’s interconnected web and delicate balance. Artworks that raise awareness about environmental issues. Artworks that open our minds to philosophical ideas about our own connection to nature. Realistic landscapes or abstracts of natural phenomenon; spirituality or scientific observations; memories of a walk through tall trees, or patterns observed in desert; splashing rivers, or plastics found in the ocean. We want to discover the voice of nature through your artworks.

Deadline: 
10/03/2021

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Fee Detail: 
$20
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OPEN CALL: Media & Materials

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doodmu gallery is now accepting submissions for Media & Materials exhibition. This online curated show will focus on the physicality of materials and exploration of various media including painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography, digital and mixed media through form, color and texture. Contemporary representational and abstract work will be considered. Artists are invited to submit work related to the exhibition theme.

 

Eligibility:

Open to all artists 18 years and older

All visual art media will be considered

Deadline: 
09/26/2021

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$23.00
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OPEN CALL: New Contemporaries

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dodomu gallery is now accepting submissions for New Contemporaries exhibition. This online curated show will focus on artists practicing painting, sculpture, photography, digital and mixed media with present day’s aesthetics and concepts. Contemporary representational and abstract work will be considered. Artists are invited to submit work related to the exhibition theme.

 

Eligibility:

•  Open to all artists 18 years and older

•  All visual art media will be considered

Deadline: 
08/22/2021

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$22
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Open Call: CPR’s 2022 Artist-in-Residence Program

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CPR - Center for Performance Research invites all eligible applicants to apply for its 2022 Artist-in-Residence Program.

Application deadline: Tuesday, September 7 at 5:00 PM EST.

ABOUT CPR'S ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM
Established in 2012, this year-long residency seeks to support a wide range of artists, from emerging to established, working within various perspectives of contemporary dance and performance, and time-based forms. 

CPR’s AiR Program provides rehearsal space, presentation and performance opportunities, curatorial and project support, professional development, and peer dialogue, all of which are designed to support the individualized creative process and an open environment for research, experimentation, embodiment, exchange, and creation.

In an effort to create a more inclusive and equitable selection process, starting with the 2020 cohort, applications are accepted through an open call and are reviewed by a peer committee of artists and community stakeholders. With this approach, CPR aspires to increase visibility, opportunities, and resources for a more diverse range of artists in the field. 

CPR is committed to supporting artists from every background with an expansive approach to performance, and at all stages in their creative careers. We strongly encourage artists of color, LGBTQ+ artists, immigrant artists, and artists with disabilities to apply.

RESIDENCY DETAILS
Up to 10 AiRs will be selected for a year-long residency (January–December 2022), which provides each AiR with up to 150 subsidized rehearsal hours in CPR’s Large Studio or Small Studio with advance booking privileges, curatorial support and feedback from CPR staff and fellow artists, access to equipment and production resources, and a $1,000 stipend. 

In addition, AiRs will have opportunities to share their current practice with the larger CPR community through programs such as Sunday Salon, Open Studios, and Performance Philosophy Reading Group, and other opportunities for presentation, community engagement, and creative exchange, in dialogue with CPR’s program staff.

ELIGIBILITY

  • Eligible applicants include those who have had their work publicly presented, and have not previously been a CPR Artist-in-Residence.
  • Individual artists, companies, and collaborations or collectives may apply, but each applicant/application will be considered as a single residency.
  • The residency is intended for local artists as CPR does not provide travel or accommodations as part of the residency.
  • Current undergraduate students are not eligible to apply.

THE SPACE
CPR occupies a 4,000 square-foot ground floor space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and has two flexible studio spaces. The Large Studio is a 1,875 square-foot, flexible rehearsal, and performance space, outfitted with an LED theatrical lighting system, full-range sound, a sprung marley dance floor and can seat up to 60 people. The Small Studio functions as a rehearsal studio, gallery, and meeting space, and features floor-to-ceiling storefront windows looking out onto the street, track lighting, and a sprung dance floor. CPR is a fully ADA-compliant and accessible venue with two gender-inclusive restrooms and one wheelchair-accessible restroom.

SUPPORT
CPR's AiR program is supported directly by Dance/NYC’s New York City Dance Rehearsal Space Subsidy Program, an initiative made possible by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; the National Endowment for the Arts; and the New York State Council on the Arts; in addition to support from CPR’s major funders and generous individual donors. 

APPLICATION TIMELINE
Applications will be accepted until September 7, 2021, at 5:00pm EST. We expect to send notifications in September 2021 and to announce the 2022 AiR cohort in October 2021.

The panel looks forward to reviewing your application! Email us at applications@cprnyc.org with any questions.

Deadline: 
09/07/2021
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