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Call for Submissions: Poetry, prose, art, photography

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Submissions are currently open for our upcoming issues. Send us your best visual art (painting, drawing, photography, digital), writing (poetry, short fiction, flash fiction, essay), or hybrid forms. Here are our general submission guidelines:

1-8 visual art pieces - keep file size under 10mb; we will ask for higher resolution images if needed for publication; .jpeg file type preferred

1-6 poems (submit multiple poems in a single file)

1-3 pieces of short fiction (approx. 1,000-3,000 words) or flash fiction (under 1,000 words)

1-3 pieces of creative non-fiction/essay (total length approx. 3,000 words max.)

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About Us: Wild Roof Journal is an online art & literary publication that will feature work from a wide range of creative people—painters, drawers, photographers, digital artists, writers, poets, and anyone else who is passionate about the creative process and self-expression.

Our primary goal is to provide a welcoming environment for artists to share their work. The people behind the scenes of Wild Roof are fellow artists—we know the amount of time and energy it takes to produce a finished piece, and the challenges of getting it out into the world for people to see. We want to offer opportunities for artists to connect with other artists as well as to promote their work to a larger audience.

We would like to keep our themes broad enough to offer a lot of room for interpretation. Our emphasis is on presenting the most engaging and thoughtful artwork possible, not on adhering to strict rules for subject matter or style. As a guideline for what we find interesting, here are a few points to consider:

Our aesthetic preferences are varied, but we tend to favor unique perspectives and experimentation. More traditional forms are appreciated as well; however, with wildness comes some level of the unpredictable and the weird… If you feel like you do things a bit differently than “the norm” (whatever that means to you), then you’re probably in the right place!

We tend to like work that is inquisitive and curious, at times mysterious, at times playful. So, if you find questions more interesting than answers, you’re on the right track for us!

Although we have categories for our submissions, we are absolutely interested in hybrid forms or work that defies easy categorization. If this describes your work, we encourage you to submit; if necessary, you may pick the category that’s most fitting and add a note to explain your work in more detail.

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Note for all submissions:

Simultaneous submissions are accepted, but please withdraw pieces from consideration if they are accepted elsewhere. If you have a previously published piece that you feel deserves our attention (and you have retained the rights), please acknowledge the previous publication.

If your work is accepted, you agree to give Wild Roof Journal online publishing and archival rights; following publication, all rights revert back to the author/artist. We ask that you credit Wild Roof Journal if the work is published elsewhere in the future.

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3.50
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Contemporary Portraiture: Redefining the Figure

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“Contemporary portraiture: Redefining the Figure” is an exhibit centered around the human form. Portraiture has traditionally been utilized as a medium to capture and replicate the likeness or expression of a person, yet this age old art form has evolved tremendously since its origins - from DaVinci’s anatomical drawings to visually striking portraits by contemporary painter Amy Sherald. In this online exhibit, we will be exhibiting a wide range of work including representational and abstract interpretations, as well as work by artists who seek to redefine or challenge the genre of portraiture. 

We encourage artists who work in diverse mediums and styles to apply. The follow mediums are accepted: Painting, drawing, mixed-media, collage, sculpture, digital art, photography.

Our guest curator is Erika b Hess, Artist, Curator & Host of the I Like Your Work podcast! Erika has exhibited her work nationally and juried a wide range of exhibits across the U.S. 

Deadline: 
10/10/2020

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$20.00
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Call for Submissions

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Submissions are currently open for our upcoming issues. Send us your best visual art (painting, drawing, photography, digital), writing (poetry, short fiction, flash fiction, essay), or hybrid forms. Here are our general submission guidelines:

  • 1-8 visual art pieces - keep file size under 10mb; we will ask for higher resolution images if needed for publication; .jpeg file type preferred
  • 1-6 poems (submit multiple poems in a single file)
  • 1-3 pieces of short fiction (approx. 1,000-3,000 words) or flash fiction (under 1,000 words)
  • 1-3 pieces of creative non-fiction/essay (total length approx. 3,000 words max.)

_______________________________________________________

About Us: Wild Roof Journal is an online art & literary publication that will feature work from a wide range of creative people—painters, drawers, photographers, digital artists, writers, poets, and anyone else who is passionate about the creative process and self-expression.

Our primary goal is to provide a welcoming environment for artists to share their work. The people behind the scenes of Wild Roof are fellow artists—we know the amount of time and energy it takes to produce a finished piece, and the challenges of getting it out into the world for people to see. We want to offer opportunities for artists to connect with other artists as well as to promote their work to a larger audience.

We would like to keep our themes broad enough to offer a lot of room for interpretation. Our emphasis is on presenting the most engaging and thoughtful artwork possible, not on adhering to strict rules for subject matter or style. As a guideline for what we find interesting, here are a few points to consider:

  • Our aesthetic preferences are varied, but we tend to favor unique perspectives and experimentation. More traditional forms are appreciated as well; however, with wildness comes some level of the unpredictable and the weird… If you feel like you do things a bit differently than “the norm” (whatever that means to you), then you’re probably in the right place!
  • We tend to like work that is inquisitive and curious, at times mysterious, at times playful. So, if you find questions more interesting than answers, you’re on the right track for us!
  • Although we have categories for our submissions, we are absolutely interested in hybrid forms or work that defies easy categorization. If this describes your work, we encourage you to submit; if necessary, you may pick the category that’s most fitting and add a note to explain your work in more detail.

_______________________________________________________

Note for all submissions:

  • Simultaneous submissions are accepted, but please withdraw pieces from consideration if they are accepted elsewhere. If you have a previously published piece that you feel deserves our attention (and you have retained the rights), please acknowledge the previous publication.
  • If your work is accepted, you agree to give Wild Roof Journal online publishing and archival rights; following publication, all rights revert back to the author/artist. We ask that you credit Wild Roof Journal if the work is published elsewhere in the future.

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$3.50
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RESILIENCE 2020

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Virtual Exhibition
On View: July 2 - September 18, 2020
Open to: Hudson Valley and Tri-state area, including New York City
Deadline for entry: Monday, June 15 at midnight EST
Juried by: Bill Foley, Pulitzer Prize-winning Photographer
Entry fee: The fee is $5 for 1 - 4 works, $1 for each additional work up to 6 works in total. Entry fees are non-refundable. Free for GARNER Arts Center Members.

The topic for this juried exhibition is RESILIENCE in 2020. We are interested in seeing interpretations of the theme as expressed in the time of COVID-19, created by contemporary photographers at all levels of professionalism and experience.

Is resilience one’s ability to adapt to a changing world? What about us is ever-enduring? This exhibition seeks to share the resilience of the human spirit and the places we find inspiration, beauty and strength in the darkest times.

“A good half of the art of living is resilience.” Alain de Botton.
Show us what the concept of RESILIENCE means to you.

Although we cannot visit museums or galleries in this time of social-distancing, art and culture continue to be vital as a means for us to connect, share and experience. GARNER Arts Center, through #GarnerAtHome, invites artists from the Hudson Valley and Tri-State area, including New York City to submit high resolution digital photographs for consideration in this virtual exhibition.

ABOUT THE GUEST JUROR
Bill Foley is a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist with 44 years’ experience documenting the narrative of life in war and peace. Over the course of his career, he has worked on assignments in 55 countries. In 2015, The Indiana State Museum in Indianapolis presented his 40+ year retrospective "Art Meets News". In 2013 Foley was awarded the "Distinguished Alumni award" from the Indiana University of School Journalism in Bloomington, Indiana. He was Honored with being placed in the Hall of Fame at Shortridge high school in 2013, joining Author Kurt Vonnegut, Senator Richard Lugar, Author Dan Wakefield and others. www.billfoley.com

EXHIBITION SCHEDULE

May 15: Entry Call Opens
June 15: Entry Deadline at midnight
June 19: Notifications sent out by this date
June 22: Online Installation Begins
June 22: Artist Interviews and Virtual Studio Visits Prepared
July 2: Exhibition opens
September 18: Exhibition closes

Deadline: 
06/15/2020
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Life Under the Pandemic Moon: Virtual Exhibition

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Life Under the Pandemic Moon is a virtual exhibition organized by renowned artist and League instructor Hugo Bastidas. The exhibit invites artists in the community to reflect and respond to the current global health crisis. Bastidas’ paintings frequently reference architecture, water, vegetation and art history, and reflect his concern about the human condition, globalization, and their effect on the Earth’s well-being. Selected works will be shared in a virtual gallery on LINEA, The League’s online journal.

 

More about the exhibition:
Life Under the Pandemic Moon is an ongoing show about the artistic reflections of the New York City metro area’s experience under the coronavirus pandemic. This is the first installment. As this pandemic moves into our region, cities, communities, neighborhoods and homes, The Art Students League is asking for submissions that address personal experiences directly reflecting our state of existence under this extraordinary phenomenon. We encourage participants to consider those aspects of their daily lives that have been altered one way or another. For example: Are we kinder to one another? Have we become more concerned about one another?

Many of us have gone through denial, fear, anger, acceptance and resolution as the ramifications of this pandemic become clear. Ultimately, we may become better humans towards one another, our planet and the splendor that is life.

It is our hope that you will consider sharing visually your encounter with this occurrence. As an additional aid to our participants: please consider subject matter versus content. The subject matter is the coronavirus pandemic — yet this is an overwhelmingly huge topic; thus the content may be overwhelmed. Instead, perhaps address a personal connection or reflection about an aspect of this phenomenon. For instance: social distancing is the subject matter; however, the content may vary insofar as the depiction of the persons, their facial expressions, the attire, the distance between them, the atmospheric depiction, and so on. Hopefully by considering that personal vantage point as the content, you will share the aspects we too may feel but cannot articulate — and now you’ve made this accessible for us to see.

Hugo Xavier Bastidas is an American artist. He received his undergraduate degree from Rutgers University and his MFA from Hunter College. His awards include a Robert Smithson Scholarship, a Fulbright Fellowship, a Pollack-Krasner Grant and a NJEA Grant. He is represented by the Nohra Haime Gallery, where he has had 16 solo shows. Other solos exhibits include those at the Gyeongnam Museum of Art, Gallery KunstDoc, and Bonn Gallery. His digital artwork was represented by Gallery Boreas (Lenox, MA and Reykjavik, Iceland) and had been included in the DiVA shows (in Paris, Cologne and NY) and the AAF (NY). He is a member of the National Academy of Arts and Design and is represented in their collection among other collections public and private nationally and internationally. He represented the US in the Cuenca Biennial (Ecuador, 1999) and the Sharjah Biennial (UAE, 2001). His work is in collections worldwide.

Deadline: 
04/06/2020

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Free!
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Final Call Creative Residency in Woodstock NY

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Byrdcliffe Artist Residencies offer uninterrupted time and space for creatives in all disciplines. Our serene mountain community is 2.5 hours north of NYC in Woodstock NY with residencies open to individuals, teams, and couples 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. Artists are invited to participate in optional programming such as open studios, wellness workshops, studio visits, field trips, and communal dinners, or are free to work in solitude during their entire stay.

1 Month Residencies are offered for individuals and couples with private and communal housing available.  Each resident receives a private studio and living space. 

Ceramic artists are able to apply for 1, 2, or 4 month residencies. 

Application Deadline for 1 Month and Ceramic Residencies is February 15, 2020

Fellowships for monthly residents available based on need and merit with funding also available for artists of the LGBTQA community and artists impacted by natural disasters. 

 

2020 Session Dates:

Session 1: Thurs, May 28  –  Mon, June 22

Session 2: Thurs, June 25 – Mon, July 20

Session 3: Thurs, Aug 6   –   Mon, Aug 31

Session 4: Thurs, Sept 3   –  Mon, Sept 29

Email us at AiR@woodstockguild.org to ask us questions

Deadline: 
02/15/2020
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