Art Jobs | United States

United States

CONSCIOUSNESS OF ABSTRACTION: Beyond Literal Appearance

Share

Country:

City:

Eligibility:

The terms “Abstraction” or “Abstract Art” are perhaps among the most common references describing particular way(s) of understanding and perceiving the cosmic and daily realities in which we find ourselves.  Abstraction, of course, can be many different things, driven by many different principles and suppositions: some conscious, some intuitive. As an artist; What are yours? 

JUROR: DAVID REIF
-- Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Univ. Wyoming

Exhibition Dates:  March 4-28, 2020 .     https://www.arcgallery.org

Prizes: 

$100.00 juror award to 3 artists chosen by David Reif

Deadline: 
01/26/2020

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$40.00 to submit 3 images to juror. $10. each additional image
Contact & Links: 

Seventh Annual International Video Open Call

Share

Country:

City:

Eligibility:

Thank you for your interest in exhibiting at Aggregate Space Gallery (ASG).

ASG is pleased to announce our Seventh International Video Open Call for time-based media! Yearly we receive dozens of submissions. The theme of the show will grow out of the quality of the submissions we receive and we will start evaluating the submissions immediately. We recommend you to check out the last few years’ exhibitions before you submit your application: 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Videos of all types and genres will be considered. Submissions are DUE DECEMBER 15 / 11:59 PM PST. You will receive an email from our team regarding your submission by mid-December. The Exhibition is occurring from January - February 2020 and will be open and free to the public.

There is a required submission fee of $15

*** WE WILL EVALUATE ONLY ONE SUBMISSION PER PERSON ***

Want to submit an animation instead? Check out our other opportunity: Aggregate Animated Shorts (June deadline)

 

 

Deadline: 
12/15/2019

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$15
Contact & Links: 

Space 42 Open Call and Grant

Share

Theme:

Country:

Eligibility:

Keywords:

Space 42 is currently running an OPEN CALL and up to $5000 Grant for Main Gallery exhibition proposals, with the aim of enabling local, national, and international visual artists to experiment with new ideas and media. We encourage artists to propose site-specific projects that are engaging and risk-taking that extend your practice in concept, scale, and/or scope. We encourage artists from all backgrounds and working in any medium to apply. Proposals should include an overall vision for the Main Gallery. Collectives and artist collaborations are encouraged to apply as long as the work is presented as a singular vision. There is a $25 entry fee to cover cost.

MAIN GALLERY OPPORTUNITY

Solo exhibition of new work created specifically for Space 42's Main Space (approx. 11,000 square feet)

Community engagement with the public through an activation (i.e. conversation, collaboration, performance)

Prizes: 

MAIN GALLERY SUPPORT INCLUDES

Up to $5000 Project Budget (may include but is not limited to: production/fabrication, equipment rental, materials, professional/technical support, installation/construction labor, assistants, shipping, de-installation) Budget determined based upon dates, scope and scale of project, feasibility, and total number of applications.

Basic infrastructure provided by Space 42 includes access to existing tool and av equipment inventory, up to 20 hours preparator labor/assistance, signage, installation documentation, and promotional support.

Deadline: 
12/31/2019

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$25 USD
Contact & Links: 

Access and Opportunity, Diversity & Inclusion – Call for Entries

Share

Type:

Country:

Eligibility:

Monmouth University’s Pollak Gallery
January 21 – March 13

Acts of injustice, bias, and disrespect, against groups and individuals, continue to play out across our nation. This juried exhibition will feature works that define what it means to be a good citizen in a global context, a person appreciative of all cultures and committed to fairness with respect and equality for all. By looking broadly at access and opportunity for all members of society regardless of age, disability, ethnicity, gender identity, national origin, race, religious affiliation, or sexual orientation we can help everyone recognize, appreciate, and respect difference.

Entry Requirements:

  • Submissions must be entered through CAFÉ (https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=6885) and should include: artist statement, images/media of each piece, artist bio and entry fee.
  • Entry fee is $20 for up to 3 artworks.
  • Each artist may submit up to 3 artworks.
  • Mediums accepted include: painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, mixed media, small constructions or installations, short films, and crafts.
  • Shipping/drop off of accepted work to Monmouth University is the responsibility of artist

Presentation Guidelines:

  • Only artwork of professional presentation will be accepted.
  • Wall-hung items must be appropriately framed and/or edges adequately finished.
  • Pictures must use sturdy wire as the hanging medium. No saw-tooth hangers or metal eyelets accepted. Frames must be free of defects.
  • Three-dimensional works must be stable to stand on their own or be submitted with adequate display stands.
  • Three dimensional artwork cannot exceed 5’h x 3’w and not weigh more than 75 pounds.

The call for entries closes at midnight on December 2, 2019. Participants will be notified by December 16. The show will run in Monmouth University’s Pollak Gallery from January 21 – March 13, 2020 with an opening reception on February 8 from 6-8 p.m.

Deadline: 
12/02/2019

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$20
Contact & Links: 

Novinski Artist/Scholar-in-Residence

Share

Category:

Country:

City:

The Novinski Artist/Scholar-in-Residence program facilitates the exchange of ideas between a visiting artist/scholar (or creative/research team) and the students and faculty at the university through research projects, lectures, exhibitions, critiques, courses, and other programming. The aim is to infuse the art program with new and innovative creative and intellectual perspectives that supplement current expertise and offerings. The residency program provides time, space, financial support, and exchange for the artist/scholar to develop substantive research and share it with the University and Dallas/Fort Worth community, enriching a culture of inquiry and benefiting the common good. Dallas and Fort Worth make up the nation’s largest contiguous arts district and are homes to multiple world-class museums, galleries, and performance spaces such as the Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, the Crow Collection of Asian art, the Kimbell Art Museum, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and the Amon Carter.

Artist/Scholar projects that can engage both undergraduate and graduate students in studio and art history, or a combination of these research practices are encouraged. Full access to campus facilities is provided, including but not limited to office/studio, studio shops and equipment, library, databases, and galleries. Specific or special equipment or resource requirements should be outlined in a proposal.

The residency concludes with an exhibition and/or public lecture presenting the culmination of the research project conducted at the University of Dallas. Candidates can propose a project-based duration consisting of a number of weeks, a single semester, or the full academic year.

Institution:
The University of Dallas is a highly ranked liberal arts institution in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. The University of Dallas is a Catholic university which seeks to educate the whole person, encouraging its students to pursue wisdom, truth, and virtue as the primary ends of education (http://www.udallas.edu/about/mission.php). The University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, genetic information, protected veteran status, age, or disability in the administration of its employment practices.

Department of Art:
The department views the experience and practice of the visual arts, particularly at the undergraduate level, as an interdisciplinary pursuit. Within the art major, the five areas offered are art history, ceramics, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. The art student is involved in the artistic and scholarly environment of the Haggerty Art Village, with stimulation provided by independent study offerings, the presence of graduate students, and on-campus and Dallas/Fort Worth area exhibitions and collections, as well as visiting artists and lecturers. The University of Dallas's graduate art curriculum pairs the study of visual art from historical, theoretical and critical perspectives with disciplined studio practice in an effort to define a clear understanding of the work and its evolution. Students work with the entire graduate art faculty through independent studies, one-on-one critique sessions and group evaluations to gain diverse perspectives on his/her work. A strong commitment and dedication to the process of creating art and sound critical thinking are characteristic of our students.

The Department of Art offers BA (in Art), MA, and MFA degrees in Studio Art.

Resident award:
The residency offers a stipend of up to $10,000 per semester and is based on proposed research budget requirements, length of stay, and scope of project. Courses taught depend on artist/scholar experience and course availability, and can merit additional compensation. Additionally, the artist/ scholar will have access to needed campus resources and/or studios and will present a solo exhibition or paper on campus.

Resident Responsibilities:
Residents are responsible for their own accommodations, travel expenses, health insurance, and applying for visa (if required).

Deadline: 
11/30/2019
Contact & Links: 

National Sunrise & Sunset Show - The Rice Gallery of Fine Art

Share

Country:

Eligibility:

CALL FOR ENTRIES:
The Rice Gallery of Fine Art is now accepting submissions for our 5th Annual National Juried Show, THE MAGIC HOUR (Sunrises & Sunsets)!  

This year’s juried event will celebrate that very special time of day when the sun either rises from or sets on the horizon, commonly referred to as “The Magic Hour,” by exhibiting, promoting, and selling an exclusive survey of ORIGINAL SUNRISE & SUNSET LANDSCAPE PAINTINGS.  Our experienced jurors will select the finest original paintings of sunrises and sunsets from artists all over the country for an exclusive feature show at The Rice Gallery of Fine Art, opening Friday, February 7th, 2020. 
 

  • Artists may submit 1 to 5 images of their best sunrise/sunset paintings to be judged on an individual basis by our experienced panel of judges. 
  • All juried selections will be featured for sale in an exclusive gallery exhibition at The Rice Gallery of Fine Art, one of Kansas City’s premier fine art galleries.  This show will be promoted via print, mail, and social media advertising.
  • All selected paintings will be eligible for CASH PRIZES! 
  • All selected works will also be included in an online “digital art opening,” which will present images of each painting via Facebook, YouTube, and www.thericegallery.com for our online audience to purchase and enjoy.  

A non-refundable online application fee of $35 will be collected from each artist submitting their works.  

All entries must be submitted via CAFÉ (www.callforentry.org) no later than Monday, December 23rd, 2019 (12/23/19).  

Artists MUST be members of CAFÉ to submit their works.  CAFÉ is free and easy to join for all artists.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to win cash prizes, sell your work, and add a prestigious fine art gallery exhibition to your artist resume.  

Sign up today! 

Deadline: 
12/23/2019

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$35.00
Contact & Links: 

Pages

Subscribe to United States