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Open Call: Group Show




Priscilla Fowler Fine Art Gallery
1300 S. Main St. #110
Las Vegas, NV 89104


Priscilla Fowler Fine Art presents 

Open Call: Group Show

December 18, 2019 – January 4, 2020


Call for Artists:

Your art. Gallery walls. Show off what inspires you! Any age, any experience, the Priscilla Fowler Gallery invites artists around Las Vegas to hang their work in the main exhibition space for our first ever open-wall show. The installation and reception will be pot-luck style, so BYOA (bring your own art) and $20 per artwork (up to 3) on December 16th (6-9pm) or 17th (12-3pm) to install on a first-come first-served basis. You set the price for your art, and keep a 70% commission on what is sold. All mediums are welcome, and need to be install-ready. The gallery reserves the right to reject any artwork deemed inappropriate. Artists must pick up unsold artwork during gallery hours between January 5th and 6th. 

Event Information:

Opening reception: December 20th, 5-11pm

Artists and everyone else is invited back to the opening reception on Friday, December 20th to experience our first community art show. BYOA (bring your own appetizer this time), and see your work alongside other community artists. Check out what your friends and neighbors have created, and support the work of the latest creatives of Las Vegas!


Tuesday – Thursday 12 – 6pm;
Friday – Saturday 11 – 8pm;
Sunday – Monday 11 – 6pm
PREVIEW THURSDAY: January 2nd, 5-11pm
FIRST FRIDAY: January 3rd, 5-11pm



Entry Fee:

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$20 each per artwork (up to 3)
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For the first time, UPROCK is allowing a public, open call to it's unique, one-of-a-kind creative experience, THE POPUP. "ONE TOWN • ONE TEAM • ONE TIME", internationals artists from any and every creative discipline will emerge on a city to manifest their inspiration, talent and curiousity into an experiential, collaborative exhibition. An all-inclusive, 10 Day package includes 5 Star accomodations, catered meals, entry to exhibits and cultural events, tours, panel discussions, guest speakers, podcast recordings, workshops and a $5,000 budget for a powerful and innovative public exhibition.

Looking for a relaxing residency where you can quietly expand your ideas and work? This is NOT the residency for you. Fast paced, jam-packed and immersive; the days are full, the energy is elevated and the purpose is urgent. Ever watched a competition reality show and wondered what it would be like to participate in a group challenge? Come join us, network with creatives from all over the world and dare to turn your bravest dreams into reality!


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Carrying Across - Crossing Disciplines as a Form of "Translation"



For Interim's July issue, we are seeking work that crosses disciplines in the form of "translation." The origin of the word translate means "to carry across." While translation usually occurs across languages, we are looking specifically for work that is carried across one art form to the other, or work that seeks to create new forms altogether. Perhaps you've created dance informed by the structure of a particular sonnet, or you've taken a famous dance or performance art piece you found inspiring and translated its rhythm, structure, and images into a poem. We are looking for this kind of challenging work. 

We are open to work produced in English as well as work produced in other languages that has been translated to English. If the poetry is written in another language and translated into English and then turned into a performance (or performance into poetry), we are happy to consider it. As with any translations, the original and the translated work should be submitted together (for both discipline translation and language translation). Collaborations and experimental work are very welcome here as we believe the truth is always experimental. Please make certain all collaborators are informed of the submission and general guidelines in terms of rights and rights reversion. 

We are looking for poetry in performative forms, performance in poetic forms, and anything that exists interstitially between poetry and performance. We are open to artwork, new media, and hybrid works of poetry. For reference, we define performance as any form of theater, dance, dance theater, movement theater, videos of dance and movement, and anything that falls under the umbrella of performance art. Artwork (paintings, drawings, sculpture) related to this theme will also be considered.

Please familiarize yourself with our previous performance + poetry issue: Vol. 35, Issue 2

Poems and Translations of Written Poetic Work: Submit three to six poems in a single document. 

Hybrid, Video, and All Multimedia Work: Please include all work in a single file whenever possible. 

Artwork: Please upload up to six (6) high-res files containing your work, preferably in PNG or JPG format, 800-1500 pixels wide. 

For All Submissions: If any of the work included in your submission is accepted elsewhere, please withdraw the submission containing that file using Submittable. There is no need to notify us of withdrawals outside our Submittable account.

Copyright and Permissions: If you are using music or translating another wriiter's work across languages or disciplines, please make certain to gain permission to use this prior to submitting it to us. We take copyright seriously. 

Deadline: April 15, 2019

We look forward to spending time with your work! 

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12 Inches of Sin’ Call for Artists


12 Inches of Sin is an international juried art exhibition that features sophisticated, intelligent, witty and provocative artworks from around the world. The juried exhibition explores eroticism and sensuality through the lens of contemporary art, with one twist: every piece submitted for consideration must not be larger than one foot square. This constriction of the art’s physical space creates a tension within the art itself, expanding the challenge inherent in each piece’s creation.

The exhibition fosters fresh and exciting work by both new and established artists, and provides art patrons with the opportunity to secure works of art from prestigious and emerging artists that embody both the cutting edge of today’s contemporary art world and the vast breadth of artistic expression.

12 Inches of Sin has become the largest international juried art exhibition in Nevada. The exhibition received 310 submissions by artists from 23 countries in its fifth year.

We are honored to have an esteemed panel of international judges to determine the overall narrative of each exhibition. Judges are respected expert in the field of art, academia and publishing. Visit our website for a list of our prestigious jurors.

Open to all artists, national and international, working in all mediums (fine art, photography, digital, illustration, mixed media and short film).

Entrants must be 18 years of age or older to apply.

$12.65 USD for 1 entry. Up to 12 total entries per artist.

Visit the 12″ of Sin’ website for complete details and to Apply Online.

Invited art will be available for sale on website for one year unless otherwise agreed upon for a longer period of time. The artist will receive 50% of any sale proceeds.

Sin City Gallery, located inside the world famous Arts Factory, exhibits sophisticated, alluring and thought provoking contemporary art in Las Vegas, Nevada. The gallery represents established and emerging artists from around the world. Sin City Gallery is regularly featured in the press for its finely curated exhibitions.

107 E. Charleston Blvd.
Suite 100
Las Vegas, NV 89104 USA
Telephone: 001.702.608.2461



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