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Matters of the Heart




In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, the month of February will be all about the heart.  Las Laguna Gallery proudly presents: Matters of the Heart. Just as discussion about the heart is a subjective matter, so too is the interpretation of the theme for our February show.
We are looking for works of art that not only evokes the various feelings of love (passion, affection, lust, tenderness, infatuation, etc.), but also can include literal images of hearts themselves.

We invite the artist to take a conceptual, literal or emotional approach on matters of the heart. In addition to portrayals of the heart, we ask, what do you love?

Accepted are all media from  photography to fabric, mixed media, fiber arts, all paintings, drawings including, oil, acrylic, ink, graphite, pastels, and more.

All local, national and international artists, professional and amateur are encouraged to submit their artwork for this art exhibition.

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Artist Live/Work Studio & Gallery




Perfect space for artists of all varieties in Boyle Heights. Live/work or just work. Located in a newly renovated building with other artists and designers just minutes by car, bike, or metro from the Arts District and DTLA. Less than a 5 minute walk to numerous taco stands, grocery store, and laundry. Easy and convenient street parking with no meters or time limits (motorcycles will have access to gated off-street parking). 

We have also developed our own 150 sq ft mini gallery within the larger space. Come and see to learn more.

Your room: the ground level measures 9x18 feet and the loft level measures 9x10 feet with ample natural light from a nearby skylight.

Rent is month-to-month with three months minimum and $750 security deposit.
Trash and water included; you pay 1/3 of electricity and internet only (typically around $50/month).

Pets may or may not be allowed depending on size and kind and quantity of animal.

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In Bloom



Humans of the Earth: HOTE Gallery, a Los Angeles contemporary art gallery, is accepting submission for its "In Bloom" exhibition.  

Flowers have carried the role of key representation of life's milestones in world cultures for over 50,000 years.  We are looking for artist's works that focuses on flowers symbolism and use in rituals.

The submission is open to all artists, local and international; whose work fits the theme. 

If you are submitting a proposal for an installation, please state the details of your proposal, and include any sketches, blueprints in the description page. Art should be ready to be delivered and shown in the gallery on October 9th, 2018.

Deadline for submissions is September 16th, 2018 at 11:59pm pst

Incomplete applications will not be reviewed

All Artwork submitted must be available for sale in order to be included in our exhibition.  The Gallery will retain a commission of 50% of the sale price on all artwork sold.

Delivery of insured artwork to the Gallery is the responsibility of the artist.

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stARTup Los Angeles 2019: Call for Artists




stARTup Art Fair Los Angeles is a contemporary art fair for independent artists.

The fourth edition of the fair runs February 15-17, 2019 at the stylish Kinney Hotel in Venice, CA with easy access to Venice Beach, Santa Monica and Marina Del Rey. stARTup LA takes place concurrently with the Art Los Angeles Contemporary gallery fair in Santa Monica, which is 10 minutes away. Participating artists will have a fantastic opportunity to expose new work to a myriad of collectors, curators, gallery owners, art consultants, and writers who will be coming to the city for a weekend of contemporary art.

The core mission of stARTup Art Fair is to provide a marketplace that gives artists the power to present and sell work on their own terms. All sales proceeds belong 100% to the artists.

DEADLINE EXTENDED: NOVEMBER 11, 2018. Those selected from the open application process will each take over a hotel room for the course of three days to present a solo show of their work. Through its democratic, online application, artists get the opportunity to have their work reviewed by an impressive Selection Committee with a diverse range of art world professionals:

Mark Moore  Owner/Director Mark Moore Fine Art Advisory and Mark Moore Gallery Culver City, CA

Amanda Færk​  Assistant Director at V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

Shana Nys Dambrot  Independent curator, and arts editor, LA Weekly

Mishelle Moross  Founder/Director, MuzeuMM Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Daniel Mendel Black  Widely exhibited artist, Los Angeles, CA

Amy Kisch Independent art consultant/curator, Founder AKArt Advisory

There are application and exhibitor fees.

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Open Call for Artists




Name:                          Joanna Burke Art Consultants

Deadline:                      9/1/2018

Description:                  Open Call for Artists

Joanna Burke Art Consultants invites emerging and established artist to submit work. This is an open call to artists. We are looking for muralists, quilt makers, painters, ceramics, tile makers, etc. to collaborate on the creation of wall-mounted pieces.

Our client is a Downey based Utility company that provides services to the following cities: Artesia, Bellflower, Compton, Lynwood, Santa Fe Springs, and Norwalk. The client wants to work with local artists who live and/or work in their service area for their headquarters. 

Please share online portfolio/website if available. Please submit jpeg images of recent available work. Do not send images in a zip file. Images should be labeled with the title, year, medium, size and price. Artists should include a contact sheet with phone and email information, biography/resume and artist statement with their submission.

Please email application packages to or mail application packages to:

Joanna Burke Art Consultants

685 Venice Blvd

Studio 3

Los Angeles, CA 90291

We intend to archive all artists’ work for future opportunities. For more information please visit:

Interplay: Art Craft and Design



Juried by Holly Jerger, Curator for Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles

 The boundaries between Craft, Art and Design have become blurred. Holly Jerger encourages reconsideration of how we subdivide and classify genres and techniques in the art world.  She challenges preconceived notions about contemporary craft, art and design, looking for timely and contemporary art without losing the meaning of craft,  materiality, and the handmade.  Award of Solo exhibition for selected artist.

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