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Open Theme / All Media

Open Theme / All Media (In Gallery + Online Exhibition)
Deadline: May 31,2023
Notification: June 11, 2022

Exhibition: July 6 to 29, 2022
Artist Reception: July 6, 2022
Commission: 65% to the Artist

This is an Open Theme/All Media Exhibition. All local, national and international artists will be considered in this call for art.

March PleinAir Salon $33,000 Online Art Competition

The PleinAir Salon $33,000 Art Competition is a monthly online competition consisting of 19 categories. We award over $33,000 each year for this competition. The Annual Grand Prize winner receives a check for $15,000 and is featured on the cover of PleinAir Magazine. We award an additional $6,500 to the annual winners and award $1,100 monthly to the top three winners of each competition as well as a People’s Choice Award. Each of the 23 monthly winners will be automatically entered into the Annual Competition. The annual awards are presented live at the Plein Air Convention & Expo each spring.

Textile Arts Center's Artists-in-Residence Cycle 15 - Call for Applications

Textile Arts Center's Artist in Residence (TAC AIR) combines studio access with a rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum, regular critical dialogue and mentorship, providing residents an opportunity to learn and explore the textile medium, and an alternative to traditional higher education programs. The residency culminates in a group exhibition produced and hosted by TAC. Since 2010, TAC AIR has graduated over eighty artists and designers whose work continues to further textile art within the fashion, fine arts, design and art education fields.

TAC AIR Cycle 15 will run from October 2023 to June 2024, artists will exhibit in September, 2024.

TAC AIR Program Provides:




Entry Deadline | April 15TH, 2023

Notice of Acceptance | April 23rd, 2023

Exhibition Dates | May 20TH – June 3RD, 2023


Theme: Poetic Storytelling | Curated By: Praxis Directors

Sprouting Spaces 2023

Understanding that the most critical and limiting component in an artist’s career is being able to afford space to create, Clementina Arts Foundation started a program to help artists land studio space in commercial vacancies—for free.

These spaces help the landlord through awareness of the location, involve the surrounding community with an open door policy, and provide emerging/mid-career artists with much-needed space to create.

Wizards of Age

The theme of Wizards of Age focuses on the mediums of collage, assemblage, montage, and decoupage. The goal of the exhibit is to examine how different artists select a wide variety of media and materials and recompose them into an eclectic collection of real, abstract, and expressionist art.

 Founded in 2004, the WAE (Wellness, Arts, Enrichment) Center is a holistic, creative learning program for adults with developmental disabilities. Dedicated to 'Finding the Spark Within', WAE's focus is on personal growth, guiding each member in building building a greater capacity to live a full life.


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