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Oxford Arts Alliance Artisan Gift Shop

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Artisan:

​1. a worker in a skilled trade, especially one that involves making things by hand.

​2. (of food or drink) made in a traditional or non-mechanized way using high-quality ingredients.

The Oxford Arts Alliance Artisan Gift Shop (AGS) showcases unique, handcrafted items selected from local and regional Artisans. Our annual holiday shopping event draws customers from the tri-state area who look for one-of-a-kind gifts. The AGS will be located in our Main Gallery (38 S. Third St, Oxford PA, 19363). This event will be held from November 19th to December 18th. The AGS showcases any and all handmade artisan goods and wares, from three-dimensional work to two-dimensional work, or individually packaged food to bath and beauty.

Our hours:
- Wednesday through Friday 10 am to 8 pm
- Saturday 10 am to 6 pm
- Small Business Saturday, November 27th, 10 am to 8 pm

Deadline: 
10/01/2021

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Fee Detail: 
$15
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2021 National Juried Exhibition

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7th Annual National Juried Exhibition

CALL FOR ARTISTS

Date of Exhibition: October 15-November 12

DEADLINE TO ENTER: FRIDAY, AUGUST 27TH, 2021

Notifications of accepted or rejected work will be made via email by Friday, September 17th, 2021

 

OUR EXHIBITION HAS AWARDS!

 

Entry Fee:

$15 each for up to 4 artworks

Payment can be made online or checks made payable to: Oxford Arts Alliance, PO Box 313, Oxford, PA 19363.

All entries are non-refundable

Prize summary: 
Win up to $700 cash!
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Awards:

First place: $700

Second Place: $350

Third Place: $200

Honorable Mention: Artist Membership ($40 value)

Deadline: 
08/27/2021

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Fee Detail: 
$15
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Graphic/Street Art for Oxford City Centre Window

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Makespace Oxford is looking for a bold street or graphic artist to transform a street facing window into an exciting and engaging urban art piece.

What the space will be: The Community Works will be a dynamic community action hub located in the Oxford city centre for social enterprises and progressive organisations. 

Project Background: Makespace Oxford transforms empty and underused  buildings into dynamic hubs for community action, creativity and social change. They support socially conscious organisations to build a community by providing  affordable space to work and collaborate.

Tone: Exciting, Progressive, Bold, Local, Accessible, Profound, Inviting, Provocative

The world has changed a lot this year. Our sense of normality has been challenged. We’ve become more aware of our need for connection and community and through this have seen creative and generous altruism and brilliant grassroots organising in reaction to these unique challenges. We’re looking for an artist who can express their vision while addressing these current affairs and championing community action, creativity and social change in a unique, even provocative way. (Some of our primary stakeholders are Oxford University Colleges and the Oxford City Council so it is important to make sure that the piece does not offend.) 

The window should be bold and attention grabbing, get people from across the street at the train station interested in the space and inspire engagement and/or participatory action from passers by. They should be excited that the space is being developed, and to be inquisitive enough to look us up online. The piece does not need to be explicitly about Makespace or The Community Works but its theme needs to fit alongside what we do – using empty space in Oxford, providing affordable space for purpose driven organisations, creating space for community, and encouraging civic discourse. 

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The piece should cover the windows in such a way that the public cannot see into the space behind from walking by, as there will be construction work happening behind the windows that we want to obscure. It does not have to cover the whole window, but should cover at least half to two thirds of the window from the bottom up.

There are four adjacent square windows which are all 1980mm x 1880mm

Media choice is up to the artist, however, the piece will be on display for only 3-6 months, depending on the renovation schedule for the ground floor space. It should be easily removable without damage to the windows or fascia.

Prize summary: 
£800
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Budget for this project is £800, including design and execution. 

Deadline: 
10/31/2020

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6th Annual National Juried Exhibition

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We're having our 6th Annual National Juried Exhibition in October! Our juror for this renowned annual exhibition is Steven Harvey of the Steven Harvey Fine Arts Project. This exhibition has no theme and all media is eligible. Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects is a gallery focused on contemporary and post-war painting. It was established in 2007 on the upper east side. In 2011 it moved to the lower east side. Contemporary artists it represents include Gideon Bok, Chuck Bowdish, Kurt Knobelsdorf, Sangram Majumdar, E.M. Saniga and Stuart Shils. Additionally they represent the estates of Gandy Brodie, Earl Kerkam, Seymour Remenick and Bill Rice. The gallery is directed by Steven Harvey and Jennifer Samet. Steven Harvey has over twenty five years experience in the art world as a curator, art advisor, art dealer and writer. (source)

Deadline: Friday, August 21st, 2020

Opening Reception: Friday, October 16th, 5-8pm

Prizes Details: 

TBA based on sponsorships/grants

Deadline: 
08/21/2020

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$10
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Climate Change: What Will You Do To Help?

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The Oxford Arts Alliance is having a national juried exhibition in September called "Climate Change: What Will You Do To Help?". We're asking artists to respond to one or more of these questions with your art:

What can you do?

What will you do?

What are you doing?

What if we don’t?

Our juror for this themed exhibition is Emily Rosmus of the Ned Smith Center. Emily joined the Ned Smith Center in January 2019 and serves as the Education Coordinator, scheduling and leading educational programs aiming to bring art and nature together in a way that benefits both. She obtained a B.S. degree in Biology and a minor in Fine Arts from Saint Francis in Loretto, PA in 2014 and discovered her passion for environmental education shortly thereafter. She has always enjoyed the arts, dabbling in sketching, photography, and watercolor, and finds the Ned Smith Center a perfect environment to bring her two passions together and encourage others to do the same. She and her husband, Travis, recently bought their first home in Dauphin, PA, and live with their dog, Clara. When not working, she enjoys hiking, reading, running, and making sure Clara is living her best life.

Deadline: Friday, July 17th, 2020

Opening Reception: Friday, September 18th, 5-8 pm

Prizes Details: 

TBA based on sponsorships/grants

Deadline: 
07/17/2020

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Fee Detail: 
$10
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The Glass Tank - Open call for 2020/21 exhibitions programme

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Open to all, our unique exhibition space encourages visitors to engage with art and research. The Glass Tank is a University wide exhibition space that provides a vibrant exhibition programme for Oxford Brookes University students, staff, alumni, visitors and the local and wider community.

The Glass Tank is now accepting proposals for our 2020/21 exhibition programme.

Glass Tank Call for Proposals - Information and Guidelines

Exhibition Proposal Form

Deadline: 
07/24/2020

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Free
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