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Birds in Art 2023

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The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum invites submissions to its annual juried Birds in Art exhibition. Birds in Art has showcased the remarkable talents of more than 1,000 international artists since 1976 and is recognized globally as the exhibition setting the standard for avian art. Artists working in all mediums other than photography can submit up to two original artworks interpreting birds and related subject matter for jury consideration for Birds in Art 2023, on view September 9 – November 26, 2023.

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700 N 12th St, Wausau, WI 54403
Deadline: 
17/April/2023

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$60
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NYC4PA - SAME BUT DIFFERENT 2022/23

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For this call NYC4PA is challenging photographers to pair two photographs and submit them in diptych format (both images in one file).  he images in each file will be “almost” the same but different enough to make each unique.  You may have two versions of an image that you processed differently, or the same scene shot at different times of day.  Have you taken two portraits of the same person with a feature or features that distinguish the images. The possibilities are endless and the room for interpretation and creativity equally vast. This call is a little different and one we hope you have fun with when selecting your submissions. 

Using the diptych format, send us your pairs of images – two images that are THE SAME BUT DIFFERENT.

Feel free to contact us with questions or you need any clarification. 

Prize summary: 
$3000
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750 TO GRAND PRIZE WINNER

300 TO 3 FIRST PLACE

250 TO 3 SECOND PLACE

200 TO 3 THIRD PLACE

20 JUROR'S SELECTIONS

20 HONORABLE MENTIONS

 

Location: 
JADITE GALLERY - 10TH AVENUE AND WEST 46TH STREET IN NEW YORK CITY
Deadline: 
22/January/2023

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$35/3 $10/EACH ADD'L
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END OF THE YEAR /OPEN THEME/

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Of The Year Exhibition Open Call:
So much beauty passes us by every day, and it takes someone with a special eye to pause and immortalize the moment in a photograph. The wonder of photography is that it’s not only a showcase on the beauties of life, it’s seeing those beauties through the eyes and style of the artist themselves.
As the year wraps up and the joy of the holidays is upon us, we’re once again opening submissions for our End of the Year Photo Exhibition. This is an exciting year, because we’re doing something unique this time around. Instead of setting a theme for the submissions to follow, we’re doing a theme-free open call. Send in your most stunning works from this year. Your photograph can be anything, so go ahead and give it everything you can!
If you’re a skilled photographer with a piece of art to share with the world, then make sure to send your submission in before December 31th. The doors to our virtual exhibition will open on January 7th, 2023, where anyone from around the world can come to admire your work.

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31/December/2022
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BYRDCLIFFE ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM - WOODSTOCK, NY - OPEN CALL FOR 2023

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The Byrdcliffe Artists-in-Residence (AiR) Program offers uninterrupted time and space for creatives in all disciplines. Our serene and rustic mountain community is 2.5 hours north of NYC in Woodstock, NY with residencies open to individuals and co-applicants at all stages of their career. Byrdcliffe’s AiR program is particularly beneficial to those who find it restorative to live in a community environment surrounded by natural beauty.

Residency options include communal three and a half week sessions and independent 5 month long residencies during the summer months, and 3-5 month long independent cottage residencies during the winter. The main criterion for acceptance to Byrdcliffe’s AiR program is artistic excellence or demonstrated commitment to one’s field of endeavor. Artists working in a range of disciplines are welcome to apply including writing, visual arts, weaving, ceramics, composers, darkroom photo, digital photo, filmmakers, playwrights, and more.

All artists-in-residence are invited to participate in welcome gatherings, practice shares, open studio events, and field trips. Residents have the opportunity to participate in an exhibition at the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild’s Kleinert/James Center for the Arts the following spring after their residency.

For more information visit: http://www.woodstockguild.org/

Summer Communal Residencies:

Application deadline: February 15, 2023 Residencies offer studio space and accommodations within a community of peers. Each session hosts 12-15 artists and lasts just under four weeks.

• Session 1: Saturday, May 27 – Wednesday, June 21, 2023

• Session 2: Saturday, June 24 – Wednesday, July 19, 2023

• Session 3: Saturday, August 5 – Wednesday, August 30, 2023

• Session 4: Saturday, September 2 – Wednesday, September 27, 2023

Summer Cottage Residencies:

April 29 – September 28, 2023 Application deadline: January 15, 2023

Artists spend 5 months living and working in simple Arts & Crafts style residence/studio cottages constructed between 1902 and 1903. Buildings were part of the original Byrdcliffe Arts Colony and are located in a close to nature setting within close proximity of the communal AiR residential buildings and studios. Cottages are unique in size and layout and may accommodate anywhere from 1-2 bedrooms. Individuals, co-applicants, peers, teams (both collaborative and non-collaborative), and other variations may apply.

Fees and Fellowships:

Communal residency fees total $800 per artist per session. Cottage residency fees depend on the cottage applied to/assigned. A limited number of general need and merit-based fellowships and grants are available.

Byrdcliffe offers the following merit-based fellowships for the upcoming season with help from our granting partners:

Fellowships and grants for communal residencies:

-The annual Ford/Knauth Fellowship for LGBTQIA+ Artists (full fee)

-The annual Bernard and Shirley Handel Playwright Fellowships (full fee)

-The annual Milton and Sally Avery Fellowships for Visual Artists (full fee)

-The annual Ceramics Artist Fellowship (full fee)

-The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant for Artists Affected by Natural Disaster (partial - full fee & stipend)

- The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant for Artists (partial-full fee & stipend)

- Donor Funded Arts & Crafts Fellowships (full fee & stipend, open to all creative disciplines)

Fellowships and grants for cottage residencies:

– The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant for Cottage Artists-in-Residence (partial - full fee & stipend)

– The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant for Artists Affects by Natural Disaster (partial - full fee & stipend)

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Accommodations consist of simple historic arts & crafts style cottages constructed between 1902-1903 in a close-to-nature forest setting.

Byrdcliffe is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons. Women, people of color, LGBTQIA communities, and other historically underrepresented artists are encouraged to apply.

Byrdcliffe has a limited number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and studio spaces that are accessible. We aim to create accessibility for all, and welcome contact with applicants as early in the process as possible to ensure we are prepared to meet the needs of any prospective residents. Contact air@woodstockguild.org with any questions.

Regretfully Byrdcliffe is unable to accommodate young children at this time. Due to the historic nature of our buildings, only certified service animals can be accommodated.

Location: 
Byrdcliffe Art Colony 3 Upper Byrdcliffe Way Woodstock, NY 12498
Deadline: 
15/January/2023
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Open Call to The Mobile Library Magazine

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The Mobile Library provides a multi-digital exhibiting experience for artists and writers to showcase their work during the pandemic closures. Each publication is unique, pairing 6 artists and 6 writers together at different stages in their career to build a collaborative experience.

This year, Volume 3 will explore the theme of memory with Issue 1 seeking work that explores memories, moments, and experiences of childhood. What does it mean to record a moment and how do we choose which objects to represent a specific moment of our lives. The decision is a deeply personal one and through this issue we invite you to create works including, but not limited to --paintings, drawings, sculpture, illustrations, found objects, poetry, short stories, essays, journals and more!

Deadline: 
22/January/2023

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International Art Publication Online

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Pigeon Review is seeking fine art submissions for publication to our online art and literary review. From a cluttered room or a cup of coffee to an inquisitive face, we like art that tells a story.  Pigeon Review is currently accepting work in the genres of portrait/figure, nature/landscape/plein air, still life, and narrative realism. Mediums that we accept are traditional paintings, digital paintings, illustrations, photography, and sculpture. Please see our full submission guidelines on pigeonreview.com before submitting.

This submission window is open from November 16-30.

Deadline: 
30/November/2022

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