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Detroit Noel Night Pop-Up Art & Design Call

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Sell your art and design at the Detroit Center for Design & Technology at Detroit’s most popular holiday pop-up event!

Metro Detroit Artists, Makers and Designers can be part of Noel Night on December 7th, 2019 with the Detroit Center for Design + Technology and Embrace Creatives! It’s a prime location for Noel Night, the VERY popular, holiday shopping experience as the DCDT Gallery is located along Woodward Avenue at Willis and features large windows overlooking the activities. The DCDT can see as many as 1,000 shopping visitors that night!

The DCDT and their curatorial partner, Embrace Creatives are looking for 2-D Artists and Designers to exhibit on our Woodward Gallery walls but to maximize your sales potential, we’d like you to also have additional products for sale. 

For most sales work should be less than $200.

  • No entry fee for Embrace Creatives’ Members 
  • $25 application fee for non-EC Members.  

No sales commission taken. The money you make, you take!

Entry deadline is July 31, 2019

Deadline: 
07/31/2019

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Fee Detail: 
Free for Embrace Creatives' Members / $25 non-EC Members
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Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival YEAR III

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Welcome to the third annual Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival!

Vidlings & Tapeheads is dedicated to celebrating & promoting unconventional stories. We love films with a unique voice that tell their stories in an unusual way, experiment with the medium, or sincerely explore eclectic subject matter and themes. We encourage and celebrate subversiveness, innovative use of materials and budget, and quirky independent work that doesn’t fit comfortably within any one genre. We accept short films under fifteen minutes completed anytime after June of 2017.

VTFF films run the gamut of style, setting, and tone—tending to weird, niche, cult, or unusual—but always telling a story. We connect with characters who are outsiders and dreamers, both in front of and behind the camera. And though filmmaking is a collaborative effort, we have an unabashed appreciation of the auteur. We love the the absurd humor and magical realism of Terry Gilliam and Jean-Pierre Jeunet, the irreverent sincerity and dysfunctional iconoclasm of John Waters and Jane Campion, the uncanny cleverness and dark mystery of Davids Cronenberg and Lynch, the tactile humanity and visceral goofiness of Jan Švankmajer and Stephen Chow, the timeless avant-garde dreamscapes of Maya Deren and Slavko Vorkapić, and the haunting beauty and moral ambiguity of Hayao Miyazaki.

We believe that filmmaking should be accessible to all and that content transcends medium. We’re open to all projects whether they were shot on VHS, Super-8, an HD DSLR, 35mm, an old cell phone, or a 5K Red Scarlet. In fact, we have a special place in our hearts for so- called obsolete tech.

We do our best to curate a diverse and engaging program with a progressive group of unconventional filmmakers, musicians, and artists from Michigan and around the world. We strive to be inclusive and welcome people of all ages, genders, ethnicities, nationalities, creeds, orientations, and walks of life to submit!

Deadline: 
03/31/2019
Fee Detail: 
$15
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Exposures: Photography

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Exposures: Photography is an annual competition held at Lawrence Street Gallery, to highlight fine art made with photography.  Our juror this year is Terry Abrams, who is an experienced international educator, photographer, and artist.  He has worked with both film and digital technologies in photography and has studied with Paul Caponigro, Arnold Newman, Michael Kenna and others.  He teaches photograpy full-time at Wshtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor, MI.  He co-produced the Great Lakes Digital Conference, conducting workshops alongside Thomas Knoll, the inventor of Adobe Photshop, and also teaches travel workshops internationally.  His images and writing are reproduced in numerous books on photography and in galleries.

Deadline: 
03/30/2019
Fee Detail: 
$35
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Mix With a Maker / Pop-Up Exhibit /Detroit, MI

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POP UP EXHIBIT IN DETROIT!

Embrace Creatives, a professional art business network invites all artists, makers and desginers to come on out to Galerie Camille in Detroit, MI for a connective pop up with your creative peers! 

This event is growing so make sure you get your ticket early in case we have to limit attendance.

  • 2D will get easels. 
  • Pedestals available for 3D artwork
  • Participate in the 30 second artist talk (optional)

April 17th, 2019 from 6:30-8pm

Host:
Galerie Camille

4130 Cass Ave Suite C
Detroit, MI 48201

Any artist or creative business is welcome but only EC Members receive the discounted event fee. 

$10 EC Member
$20 non-EC Member
 

Follow the link to RSVP

Deadline: 
04/17/2019
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Paperworks

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The Scarab Club
217 Farnsworth
Detroit, MI 48202
scarabclub.org
313-831-1250

The Scarab Club invites entries for an upcoming exhibition, titled Paperworks. The exhibition will feature works on paper (painting, drawing, print work, photography, silk screen, embossing, etc.), 2- and 3-D works (origami, quilling, hand-cast paper, sculpture), and mixed media works that incorporate paper. 

ENTRY FEE 
The UNDER exhibition has a deadline of midnight on April 29th. Students and SC members have a reduced entry fee of $20, and $25 for all other artists. 

IMPORTANT DATES 
Deadline: Sunday, August 12, Midnight 
Exhibition: September 12-October 13, 2018 
Intake for accepted works: Sunday, September 9, noon-4 pm 
Reception: Friday, September 14, 5-8 pm 
Gallery Talk: Thursday, September 20, 6 pm 
Pick-up: Sunday, October 14, noon-4 pm 

JUROR 
Lynne Avadenka established Land Marks Press in 1981, purchased her Vandercook SP-15 proof press shortly after that and has used it to produce limited edition books and prints as well as experimental works on paper. Avadenka has been a part of the Detroit arts community for many years and in 2013 was named director of Signal-Return, a community letterpress print shop. In 2016 she was awarded a Career Achievement Award from the Department of Fine and Performing Arts of Wayne State University where she received her BFA and MAFA. Avadenka received a Kresge Fellowship in 2009 as well as individual artist grants from The National Endowment for the Arts and The Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs. Residencies and teaching opportunities have taken place in Germany, Israel, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina and Oregon. Avadenka's work is exhibited and collected internationally, including The British Library, London; The Detroit Institute of Arts; The New York Public Library; The Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; The Meermano Museum, The Hague, The Netherlands; The Watson Library, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 
 

Deadline: 
08/12/2018
Fee Detail: 
$25; $20 for Scarab Club members and full-time students

Belle Isle Art Fair

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Don’t miss the opportunity to submit your application to the 3rd Annual Belle Isle Art Fair!  Belle Isle is a beautiful island park designed by Frederick Olmsted, the same designer as Central Park in New York, reached by bridge from Detroit. The art fair is in a grass field adjacent to the beautiful Scott Fountain. On summer weekends tens of thousands of people come to the park.  Applications due by April 18th, 2018 visit https://is.gd/biaf18

Deadline: 
04/18/2018
Fee Detail: 
25

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