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ViewPoints 2022

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Studio Montclair seeks entries for its 25th Annual Open Juried Exhibition “ViewPoints 2022” at Studio Montclair Gallery, Studio Montclair’s nonprofit gallery located in downtown Montclair from April 23 to May 27, 2022. 

Juror: Roger C. Tucker III is Founder and Director of Tucker Contemporary Art. TCA  works with collectors and institutions interested in acquiring, exhibiting, and promoting the  work of emerging contemporary artists. Leveraging extensive experience in fine art, marketing, and education, Roger advances the careers of African American and other underrepresented artists – academically trained or outside the mainstream. For more information go to www.tuckercontemporaryart.com. 

Roger, a Newark native, recently launched a Podcast, “What;s Newark Got To Do With It?”, where he interviews artists, historians, authors, curators and other cultural thought leaders from/of Newark, NJ about the cultural impact and life-long influences the Brick City has, and continues to have, on their lives and careers. He serves as Board Chair of GlassRoots, a glass arts and education nonprofit located in Newark, NJ. He is a graduate of Arts High School (Newark, NJ), The Cooper Union, BFA (New York, NY), Pratt Institute, MS (New York, NY), and New York University, SPS (New York, NY). 

Venue: Studio Montclair Gallery, 127 Bloomfield Avenue, Montclair, NJ. 

Eligibility: Open to all fine artists. 

Entry Fee: SMI Members: $35, Non-members: $40 for up to 3 images. $5/ea. additional work, max of 5
Cash Awards: 1st $750, 2nd $500, 3rd $250, Honorable mentions $100. 

Prize summary: 
Minimum of 1500 in cash awards
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1st $750, 2nd $500, 3rd $250, Honorable mentions $100.

Deadline: 
27/February/2022

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SMI Members: $35, Non-members: $40 for up to 3 images. $5/each additional work, maximum of 5 images.
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Inspired by an Object

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In 1964, Jasper Johns wrote himself a note: “Take an object. Do something to it. Do something else to it.” Since then, this set of instructions has referred to artwork that uses everyday objects and other non-fine art materials and describes the revolutionary approaches to art-making that developed from the early 20th century to the late 1950’s,1960’s, and beyond. For this exhibit, artists are invited to submit work in any medium and in any genre including abstract. However, an object must be used as the primary subject and inspiration of the work. 

This exhibition is the fourth in SMI’s Community Partnership Exhibition Program created by cofounder and past president Virginia S. Block. The partnership aims to reach out to other nonprofit organizations each year to create a collaborative exhibition designed to inspire our members, create new connections, and reach new audiences. This year SMI’s Community Partner is the Montclair Art Museum (MAM). As a collaboration, SMI and MAM will be mounting concurrent object-inspired exhibitions. Studio Montclair’s exhibit will be displayed in our gallery and in the Museum’s Vance Wall Art Education Center arcades. Our selection team will determine the location of all artworks.

Deadline: 
24/July/2021

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ViewPoints 2021

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Studio Montclair seeks entries for the 24th Annual Open Juried Exhibition “ViewPoints 2021” at Studio Montclair Gallery, Studio Montclair’s nonprofit gallery located in the downtown Montclair Arts District from April 23 to May 28, 2021.

 “ViewPoints,” now in its 24th year, expands the reach of SMI to introduce artists not only from New Jersey but from across the nation and the world to our regional community. Over the last 24 years, we have had many prominent jurors and artists participate in this exhibition.

This year we are pleased to announce Eleanna Anagnos as our juror. Eleanna Anagnos is a New York-based curator, lecturer, critic, professor and artist. Anagnos has been a Co-Director at Ortega y Gasset Projects, an artist-run gallery and curatorial collective located in Brooklyn, NY, since 2014. Her curatorial projects have been featured in the New York Times, Art in America, and the New York Observer, and, most recently, has been a visiting critic at the NARS Foundation and Brooklyn College. As an artist, she has exhibited her work nationally and internationally and has received numerous awards, grants, and residencies including the Rauschenberg Foundation Residency, Yaddo Fellow, the Joan Mitchell Foundation, and the Grant Wood Fellow. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, Hyperallergic, Artsy, and Artnet. Ms. Anagnos earned her MFA in Painting from Temple University, Tyler School of Art, and a BA with honors and distinction from Kenyon College.

Exhibition Dates: April 23 – May 28, 2021

Entry Deadline: Monday, March 1, 2021

Entry Fee. Cash Awards.

Prize summary: 
Minimum of 1200 in cash awards
Deadline: 
01/March/2021

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Fee Detail: 
SMI Members: $35, Non-members: $40 for up to 3 images. $5/each additional work, maximum of 5 images.
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Womyn's Werq

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In Honor of Women’s History Month, WOMYN’S WERQ

An Open Call for an Old School, LGBTQIA-friendly, Radical Feminist Art Exhibition

This exhibition will be a hybrid of both virtual and onsite components. An open call to all who identify as radical feminists for two-dimensional and three-dimensional art works, and short video art pieces serving as visual narratives based on the mantra that the personal is political. What embodies radicalism on an artistic level, is it the artist’s engagement with protest, activism, cultural organizing? Is it the materials used or the content the artist takes up? Show us the manifestations of the work that fueled your survival through the past 4 years and preserved your hope for a brighter future!

With a strong focus on inclusion, we seek and encourage ALL artists who may identify as gender-fluid, eco-femme, queer/trans and old school butch/femme artists.

Prospectus: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1emM6HhvqNJTIy1CqMXssJP9Ha5KqEoqE/view

Curator:
Donna Kessinger. As the Matawan Studio and Gallery Manager, Donna is an arts educator and curator who is currently focused on connecting with the artist community that thrives along the New York/New Jersey corridor. She received her Masters in Arts Administration from the University of Kentucky, and has produced several independent curatorial projects in New York and New Jersey since 1999. Donna has also produced emerging artist residency programs and related exhibitions at the Bronx Museum of the Arts and Aljira, A Space for Contemporary Art, in Newark, NJ, and serves as the Executive Director at the Monmouth Museum. She is a shy painter who loves wax medium and has recorded many hours of short, oral herstories on ancient videotape from the ’90s, including Nancy Spero, Carolee Schneeman, and Kate Millett. Donna believes having space to create is crucial to making art and that’s what it’s all about!

Important Dates:
Exhibit Dates: March 5 – April 9, 2021
Entry Deadline:  Sunday, January 31, 2021
Notification Date: Monday, February 8, 2021
Opening Reception: TBD
Delivery of Artwork by Hand: February 26, 27, 2021

Delivery of Artwork by Shipping: Accepting work from February 10 – 27, 2021
Pickup of Unsold Artwork: April 10,12  2021

About Studio Montclair:
Studio Montclair is an inclusive, nationwide non-profit organization of exhibiting, professional and emerging artists and others interested in the visual arts. The mission of the organization is to promote culture, education, equality, and tolerance through art. Studio Montclair is committed to diversity at every level. Founded in 1997, the organization has over 550 members including artists throughout the United States, as well as Europe and Asia. For more information, contact smi@studiomontclair.org, or call 862-500-1447.

Deadline: 
31/January/2021

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Fee Detail: 
There is no entry fee, but accepted artists must pay the annual membership fee of $65 if accepted. Please note, SMI is a nonprofit, membership fees are essential to sustaining the organization.
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Privilege, Power and Everyday Life

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Privilege, Power and Everyday Life

Microaggressions are defined as subtle, intentional — and oftentimes unintentional — everydayinteractions or behaviors that communicate hostile, derogatory or negative racial messages orassumptions toward historically marginalized groups.

“You are so articulate.” Presumes that black people are not usually capable of competent conversation.

 “Who are you? Do you live here?” Asking someone to identify themself in their own garagehome or car and prove they ‘belong’ sends a message they are not welcome.

,“Can I touch your hair?” Or worse touching without even asking. Curiosity is ok but invadingsomeone’s personal space is not. This can make someone feel like they are an animal on display.

The difference between microaggressions and overt discrimination, is that people who commitmicroaggressions are often unaware they are doing these things – and if you point it out tthem, they say, “That wasn’t my intention, you are being too sensitive.” Which is yet another microaggression.

 The weight of these daily interactions underpins very real consequences in marginalizedgroups... stress, anger, frustration, self-doubt and ultimately feelings of powerlessness and invisibility.

We are looking for artwork that encourages dialog about implicit bias and stereotypes. Our hope is to make the invisible, visible as a path towards a more inclusive culture.

Deadline: 
21/December/2020

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inSide Out

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Artists are invited to submit proposals for artwork to be installed in the display windows on Montclair's main thoroughfare, adjacent to the Studio Montclair Gallery. Windows measure 2.2 ft. deep, 23 ft. long, and approximately 7 ft. tall. Each window has an electrical outlet for motorized installations, LED lighting on a photocell that is automatically lit from dawn to dusk, and an alarm system. All the glass has been treated with a UV coating. We are looking for exciting and thought-provoking site-specific installations that will be easily visible to street traffic. Both 2D and/or 3D work can be displayed in the windows. Please note: contactless installation will be implemented during this strange time - artist or their agent must be available to come to Montclair and install their work.

Juror: Elie Porter Trubert has been the Executive Director of The Center for Contemporary Art in Bedminster since 2011 and, prior to that, was the Director of Development and Communications at the Visual Art Center of New Jersey and the Hunterdon Art Museum. She has a B.A. in Studio Art from Kenyon College, studied at Tyler School of Art in Rome, and participated in the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program in New York. A New Jersey native, she lives and makes art in Lebanon Township.

Deadline: 
16/May/2020

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There is no entry fee, but if you are selected for this opportunity, you must become an SMI member ($65 annual fee).
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