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Open Call - Duel

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OPEN CALL: DUEL

Curated by Amelia Biewald and Jason Clay Lewis

Apply Deadline:
Friday, July 23, 2021

Exhibition Dates: August 6, 2021 - September 5, 2021

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Deadline: 
07/23/2021

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$20.00
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Chasing the Bluebird – online art exhibition

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Applications are now open for our online exhibition “Chasing the Bluebird”. The Bluebird has a strong and positive symbolism in the spiritual world. It symbolizes the essence of life and beauty, joy, fulfillment, prosperity, and good luck. The blue color is a symbol of peace, honesty, and contentment. We are looking for artworks themed around hope, renewal, and a sign of an end to some struggle.  Artworks that are inspired by the Bluebird – in a literal or abstract way. From hazy dreams to quest for higher realities, from symbol of good cheer to a reminder to enjoy and appreciate nature’s beauty. Imagery that lifts our spirits. Artworks that remind us to open our eyes and appreciate the world around us.

- Open to all artists 18+

- All visual art mediums (except video) are allowed

- Submitted artwork files must be labeled with the artist’s name and title: Name_Lastname_Title.jpg

- We accept .jpg only. Size limit per image: 3 MB. Images MUST be clear and properly cropped

- Artists may submit up to 4 works

- $20 application fee. Payment is non-refundable and does not guarantee acceptance.

IMPORTANT DATES

- Deadline to apply: Sun, July 25, 2021, 11:59 pm EST

- Exhibition dates: August 12 – September 12, 2021

Deadline: 
07/25/2021

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$20
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2021 Foundwork Artist Prize | $10,000 Juried Grants with Studio Visits and Interviews

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The Foundwork Artist Prize is an annual juried award to recognize outstanding practices by contemporary artists working in any media. The deadline to register for the 2021 Prize is October 10.

Two honorees will receive unrestricted $10,000 grants and studio visits with each of this year’s jurors who include distinguished curators, gallerists, educators, and artists. The honorees and three shortlisted artists will also be featured in long-form interviews in the Foundwork Dialogues program to further public engagement with their work. 

The jury for the 2021 Foundwork Artist Prize includes leading international curators, gallerists, educators, and artists:

Vanessa Carlos, Founder, Carlos/Ishikawa Gallery, London; Founder, CONDO international gallery collaborative

Qu Chang, Independent Curator and Art Historian, Hong Kong and Shenzhen; former Curator, Para Site, Hong Kong

Bridget Donahue, Owner and Director, Bridget Donahue Gallery, New York

Cédric Fauq, Curator, Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Incoming Chief Curator, CAPC Musée, Bordeaux 

Thomas Lawson, Artist; Dean of the School of Art, CalArts, Valencia; Editor-in-Chief, East of Borneo

Thiago de Paula Souza, Independent Curator, São Paulo; Co-Curator, 2021 Frestas Triennial, Sorocaba, São Paulo; curatorial team, 10th Berlin Biennale

The Foundwork Artist Prize is open to artists residing in any location worldwide with limited exceptions. Artists should see the FAQ and Prize Rules on Foundwork for instructions, terms and conditions. If you have further questions, please email support@foundwork.art.

Foundwork membership costs $4 per month and can be canceled at any time. To be eligible for the 2021 prize, artists will need to have a profile on the Foundwork website, with at least 6 artworks published on their profile page, throughout the selection period: 5:00 pm PT, October 10, 2021 through 5:00 pm PT, November 30, 2021. Visit www.foundwork.art/signup to register.

About Foundwork

Foundwork is a platform for artists to introduce their work to people across the contemporary art community. Our purpose is to support access and discourse between artists, curators, gallerists, and collaborators, wherever they are based. 

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2 $10,000 grants, studio visits, interviews
Deadline: 
10/10/2021

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Foundwork membership costs $4/month (cancel any time)
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Summer Exhibition Open Call

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Project Gallery V hosts four seasonal online shows a year, each with a guest juror who selects artists' works exclusively from the open call. We are currently accepting submissions for our Summer 2021 online exhibition curated by Samantha Rippner!

Samantha Rippner is the Associate Director of the Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University. As an independent curator, she co-curated the exhibitions Pulled in Brooklyn for the International Print Center New York in 2019 and Word as Image: Highlights from the Marmor Collection for The Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University in 2015. From 1999-2014, Rippner worked as a curator at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, organizing a number of exhibitions, including Rhythms of Modern Life: British Prints 1914-1939 (with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) and The Prints of Vija Celmins.

The title of the show will emerge via accepted works, there is no theme for entry. Artists will be notified of acceptance by June 8th via email. All submissions will be considered for the summer exhibition and for our Instagram Friday highlights.

The online exhibition will run from June 15-July 15th, 2021. Once you've completed your application, please pay the $15 submission fee through Paypal to projectgalleryv@gmail.com. Artists are encouraged to upload up to 5 artworks. All submissions are due Friday, May 28th by 11:59pm.

Deadline: 
05/28/2021

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$15. 00
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NFT Seminar

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NFT Seminar
https://theroyallist.com/nft-seminar

Sign Up Deadline:
Wednesday, April 21st, 2021

Zoom Date & Time:
Thursday, April 22nd, 2021 - 8-9PM

Deadline: 
04/21/2021
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Tell Me More

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Applications are now open for our online exhibition “Tell Me More”. This is a curated show themed around works of art that lead the viewer toward a story, from intimate scenes of everyday life to images of social unrest, from artwork that reveals a personal story to images that tell a story of universal truth. A narrative within a single frame or simultaneous stories concentrated on repeatable patterns, a moment in an ongoing story or a sequence of events unfolded over time. What is your way to present narrative? What is your story? We want to discover it through your artworks.

Deadline: 
04/25/2021

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