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Digital Art Salon- Call for Artists

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A Digital Art Salon
March 5–May 2, 2021
Digital Art Juried Exhibition
Juror: Michelle Robinson, animation artist with Walt Disney Studios (www.michellerobinson.org)

Overview:The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art (SLOMA) will be hosting A Digital Art Salon from September 4–November 1, 2020, in partnership with the Digital Art Group, an affiliated artist group of SLOMA. This juried exhibition will feature the diverse artwork being created by contemporary California digital artists. 

Juror: Michelle Robinson received her Bachelor of Environmental Design in 1991 from Texas A&M University and continued with graduate studies at Texas A&M’s program in Visualization, producing animated short films that were shown at the Walker Art Center, the Dallas Museum of Art, Imagina in Monaco, and The AFI National Video Festival. She has been an artist and artistic supervisor with Walt Disney Animation Studios for 26 years; her film credits include Pocahontas, Fantasia 2000, Ralph Breaks the Internet, as well as the Oscar-winning films, Frozen and Zootopia. Michelle Robinson’s personal studio practice is a mix of analog and digital approaches, producing physical pieces that examine the home and the domestic as an uncanny space. She has had her work published in The Hand, and Diffusion of Light, and exhibited her work in a curated show dealing with the urban environment at the Brand Library in Glendale, CA, a group show celebrating the 6th street bridge at Art Share LA, and a solo show at the Dairy Center for the Arts in Boulder, CO.
www.michellerobinson.org
@michellerobinsonstudio

Awards: Three cash prizes will be awarded, including a Grand Prize award of a solo-exhibition at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art in 2022.

Eligibility: Open to all artists currently residing in California. 

Media Eligibility: Artwork must have been created using digital tools or media. Media can include static or moving images, printed 2D images, video (not exceeding 5 mins in length), AR, VR, digital installations, or interactive art. Submissions must be your own original work and cannot infringe on copyright laws.

*Static and moving images will be compiled into a loop to be shown with other selected artworks. Selected videos may also be compiled into loops for display purposes.

3D Eligibility: Individual components must not weigh more than 75 lbs. Artists are required to provide all necessary electrical equipment for their work (excluding monitors for looped images). All equipment required will be expected to run for 6 hrs/day 5 days a week. If equipment breaks down, the artist will be expected to make repairs as soon as possible at their own expense. If the artist is unable to make repairs in a timely manner, SLOMA reserves the right to remove the artwork from the exhibition. If artwork requires a more complicated installation process, the Museum may require assistance with installing on site. Artists are responsible for their own travel and shipping expenses. If artwork requires a physical device, such as a touch screen, tablet, or iPad, the exhibiting artist is required to supply any necessary security hardware for the components. SLOMA is not responsible for any theft or damage of artwork or devices.

2D Eligibility: Artwork must be ready to hang on the wall and not weigh more than 75 pounds. Artists are responsible for shipping and handling costs.

Prize summary: 
Three cash prizes will be awarded, including a Grand Prize award of a solo-exhibition at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art in 2022.
Prizes Details: 

Three cash prizes will be awarded, including a Grand Prize award of a solo-exhibition at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art in 2022.

Deadline: 
01/10/2021

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$30-$50
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Romancing the Adobes- Call for Artists

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Overview: This California-wide juried exhibition features artworks celebrating the historic California Adobes and the Californio lifestyle. Artists are welcome to explore whatever subject matter they wish in regards to the Adobes. All 2D media is eligible, including, but not limited to, painting, drawing, photography, fiber art, and printmaking.

Jurors:

Jill Thayer, PhD: Jill Thayer is an artist, educator, art historian, curator, and writer. In 2011, she received her doctorate in Cultural Studies/Museum Studies from Claremont Graduate University. In 2004, she received a Masters degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from California State University. As a gallerist for 15 years, she showcased local and international artists at Jill Thayer Galleries at the Fox, Bakersfield, California. As an artist, Thayer explores environmental themes through her painting and digital media methodologies. www.jillthayer.com

Larry Kappen: After receiving his M.A from Cal State Long Beach, Larry Kappen moved to Santa Barbara where he discovered his life-long focus in art: the unique character and power of the landscape and land in coastal California.  Today, retired from teaching art and living on California’s Central Coast, Kappen remains the “backpack artist” and sets out hiking with no real destination in mind and paint and brushes in hand. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and is in collections in the United States, Italy, Japan, and Great Britain. www.larrykappenart.com

Dates:
Online submission due via CaFÉ by: August 2, 2020
Jurying dates: August 3–9, 2020
Artists Notified by: August 10, 2020

Artist Eligibility: Open to artists currently residing in California.

Artwork Eligibility: All artwork must have been created in the past three (3) years and be original to the artist. Artwork previously shown at SLOMA is not eligible.  Artwork exhibited in San Luis Obispo County in the previous 6 months prior to the exhibition opening date is not eligible. Artwork must not exceed 48 inches in height or width or 4 inches in depth. Artwork must not exceed 25 pounds.

Entry Fee: Artists may enter up to two (2) artworks for a fee of $30 or up to three (3) artworks for a fee of $45. Entry fees are non-refundable.

Awards: Juror’s Awards for cash prizes will be selected following installation.

Prize summary: 
Juror’s Awards for cash prizes will be selected following installation.
Deadline: 
08/02/2020

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Fee Detail: 
$30-$45
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Pressing Matters 2018

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CALL FOR ENTRY

Central Coast Printmakers and San Luis Obispo Museum of Art present

PRESSING MATTERS 2018

A Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Printmaking

Exhibition on view August 24 to October 14, 2018

Deadline for Submissions: May 1, 2018

Eligibility: Open to all artists residing in the United States. Any accepted entry that differs from the submitted image, or is unfit for display when delivered, will be excluded.

Submission Requirements: All entries must be hand-pulled prints using traditional printmaking processes in any combination of serigraphy, letterpress, collagraphy, etching, woodcut, lithography, linocut, drypoint, mezzotint, monoprint or solar plates. Digital and photographic elements may be used only as a supporting element. Artworks that are solely monotype, computer generated or digitally altered photographs or photographic reproductions will not be accepted. All accepted artwork must be presented professionally and ready for exhibition. All submissions must be hand delivered, emailed, or postmarked by May 1, 2018.

Juror: Juan Fuentes is a Chicano artist living in San Francisco, California. He is a long time cultural worker, art teacher, social activist/poster maker and printmaker. His art and social activism stems from his strong conviction that art is needed to make social change possible. Juan Fesntes’ printmaking artistry has been recognized globally. Visit his website: www.juanrfuentes.com.

Entry Fee: Artists may enter up to 3 artworks. Entry fee is non-refundable. Make check payable to SLOMA and write “Pressing Matters 2018” on the memo line. $25 entry fee for one piece; $30 for two pieces; $35 for three pieces.

Sales: Sales are encouraged but artwork need not be for sale. SLOMA will retain 50% commission on any artwork sold. Sale price on entry form must include commission and cannot be changed after acceptance. All artwork will remain in the exhibition through October 14, 2018.

Insurance & Liability: SLOMA insures artwork on exhibition but not in transit. The Museum and CC Printmakers will not assume responsibility for artwork improperly framed or poorly packaged for shipping. Artists are encouraged to carry their own insurance. Submission to this exhibition constitutes an agreement on the part of the entrant to listed conditions and the use of images for publicity purposes. SLOMA and the CC Printmakers reserve the right not to display work inconsistent with juried images. Shipping Shipping instructions will be sent to artists whose artwork has been accepted. Artists who ship artwork must include an additional $25 storage and handling fee.

Deadline: 
05/01/2018
Fee Detail: 
$25 for one piece; $30 for two pieces; $35 for three pieces

New Visions: California Juried Exhibition

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The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art and Central Coast Photography Society are pleased to announce New Visions, a juried exhibition that pays tribute to the compelling imagination and technical skill of photographers.

Entries are open to California residents. The subject matter welcomes photographers to delve into subjects, themes, and motifs that expose new images in the world today. Using technical competence, winning images convey dynamic, unique subjects, unusual color elements or design, and subtleties of tone and wit. The juror is George Lepp, one of North America’s best-known contemporary outdoor and nature photographers. 

Deadline: 
02/01/2016
Fee Detail: 
$20
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