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Believe Her: Digital Poster Show

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Poster design has been used by women throughout history to advocate for equality and share messages. If you identify as a woman and have faced harrasment or discrimination, or have felt silenced because of your gender share your story. Design a poster about a time you felt silenced, posters can be any medium and any size. Posters will be reviewed and featured in an digital poster exhibition designed to help women's voices be heard.

Background

In 2017 during the peak of the Me Too movement I designed a poster as a way to work through my discomfort as the overwhelming number of stories about harassment broke on the news and social media, everywhere I turned it seemed that there were more stories coming to light. As someone who has been a victim of harassment this time made me reflect upon my experiences as well as think about how many women’s stories go untold, behind the thin veil of what has been deemed socially acceptable to talk about were hundreds of women who had stayed silent. For me designing that poster was cathartic and helped me to work through some of the discomfort I was going through. It made me consider the many voices who weren’t believed when they told their stories, and the ones too afraid of the consequences to share theirs. What if poster design could help these voices be heard and believed? I am hoping to collect posters and curate an augmented reality poster show to help women share their stories, and hopefully this process will be as beneficial for them as it was for me in 2017.

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03/30/2020

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Land, Sea & Sky

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Landscape Competition at the Art League of Long Island

Land, Sea & Sky 

June 27 - July 24, 2020

Reception: July 1: 6:00-8:00pm

Exhibition Juror: Karli Wurzelbacher, Ph.D., Curator, Heckscher Museum of Art

Deadline for Submissions: May 22, 2020 by 4pm

This exhibition will concentrate on landscape imagery, embracing seascapes, cityscapes, garden scenes and woodland, for example, and may be rendered both realistically or abstractly.

Open to artists residing in Suffolk, Nassau, Brooklyn and Queens. Entry is limited to five works not previously exhibited in the Art League of Long Island's Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery, one of which may be selected by the juror for admission. 2D & 3D original work in any medium may be submitted, including photography and fine craft. Sorry, no videos.

Prizes Details: 

$300 Awards of Excellence and Honorable Mentions of one year memberships in ALLI will be given at the discretion of the judge.

Deadline: 
05/22/2020

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First 2 images = $50; $5 each additional image up to 3. Total maximum 5 images
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Photography without a Lens

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Photography Without a Lens:

               An Exploration of Alternate Processes   Ann Jastrab, Juror

Photography Without a Lens is a juried call for entries that explore alternate photographic capture and image making techniques. We are accepting entries through May 22nd for an exhibition opening June 18th.

Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts is looking for work to explore alternate image capture and photographic processes and is open to photography exploring alternate forms of image capture or printing processes. The call is open to alternate image capture including Pinhole, Scanner, Toy Camera and all forms of Contact Printing and alternate printmaking including Carbon Print, Collodion/Wet Plate, Cyanotype, Daguerreotype, Gumoil Printing, Palladium/Platinum Printing and Van Dyke Brown Printing to name a few. The Call will be juried by Ann Jastrab, Executive Director of the Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, CA. Ann previously served as Gallery Director at the Rayko Photo Center in San Francisco.

Open Call for photographs of any subject matter, in any style, on any substrate the only requirement is that the work includes some form of alternate photographic process.

Prizes Details: 

First Place: $250
Second Place: $150
Third Place: $100

Deadline: 
05/22/2020

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$45 for first 3 images
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Vernal Equinox

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Eclectica! Art Gallery is a retail gallery housed in an historic building in Midlothian, VA -- an affluent suburb of Richmond, VA. Eclectica! provides a colorful, eclectic collection of fine art and contemporary crafts. 

Artists are invited to apply for "Vernal Equinox," a group exhibition that will take place March 19 - April 11. 
Minimum # of images to submit:  1
Maximum # of images to submit: 5

The Equinox occurs when night [nox]  is equal [aequus] length to day. 
Although Easter falls just after this time period, this show is not just about pastels, bunnies or eggs.
Images that represent a WIDE interpretation: Spring. Flowers, Trees, Seasons, New Growth. Animals of all kinds, including insects, sea life, etc. Sacred Symbols, The Moon, The Sun, Planets, traditions of Ostara, pagan festivals of spring. 

An opening reception will be held the evening of the Equinox, March 19th, and the show will continue through April 11th. 

2-D and 3-D fine art and craft will be exhibited.
2-D may not exceed 66" in width and 40" in height and a weight of 15 pounds.

Original Work in the following mediums is invited:

Paintings -Acrylic -Oil -Watercolor
Drawings - [Etchings - Lithography are allowed]
Collage
Encaustic
Mixed-Media 2-D
Mixed-Media 3-D
Sculpture **
Textiles / Surface Design
Clay - Ceramic - Pottery - Polymer
Jewelry [sorry, no watches]
Wood
Metal
Fiber Art
Glass -including Stained Glass - Fused Glass - Blown / Lampwork
Mosaic
Recycled / Upcycled

**the building is not ADA certified; all work must fit in through a regular door that does not require a ramp.
Please note: no open edition prints, giclee reproductions or photography [for this call only], and no work that requires electricity.

Retail prices must not exceed $3000.00 per item. 

Artists are invited to submit up to 5 works.

The artist is required to ship or deliver selected works to arrive on select days. Additional information will be sent with acceptance.

Deadline: 
03/07/2020

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$30 per 5 entries
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Loretta Kaufman to Exhibit in NAWA’s “Small Works Winter 2020” Exhibition

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Loretta Kaufman’s acrylic painting “Animated Forms IV (Family Group III):  Series M” was selected to be part of Small Works, a National Association of Women Artists’ (NAWA) Exhibition in February.  The exhibition was open to NAWA members and non-members who are US citizens and permanent residents.

No larger than 15” x 15” x 5”, the 63 artworks include paintings, photography, prints, mixed media and sculptures. Captured in this year’s exhibit is a demonstration of artistry in the use of design and color which allows the observer to share in each artist’s creative process. These are truly small creations with big perspectives. The exhibition runs from February 5 – 26, 2020 at the NAWA Gallery, 315 West 39th Street, Suite 508, New York, New York.  Gallery hours are Tue-Fri from 10 am to 5 pm with a reception on February 13th between 5 to 7 pm.  NAWA can be reached at 212-675-1616.

NAWA continues its long history of nurturing and inspiring talented, visionary and dynamic women artists from throughout the United States. Founded in 1889 by five brave and innovative women who were barred from full participation in the male dominated National Academy of Design and the Society of American Artists, NAWA’s existence is a testament to the integral and essential role of women in the art world.  Documented exhibitions are archived within the Smithsonian Institution archives.

In nearly five decades Nashville sculptor and painter, Loretta Kaufman, has produced work in several media that focus on the environment.  Loretta’s work has been juried into many of Fusion Art’s international exhibitions and won awards for both her sculptures and paintings.  In 2018, “Kingfisher With Minnow & Dragonfly: Circle of Life Series” was one of 3 paintings included in Artist’s Choice. The painting went on to receive the Cecile Adler Cliffer Memorial Cutting Edge Award in the National Association of Women Artists 129th Annual Members’ Exhibition in New York City in October 2018.  Also in 2018 Loretta’s clay sculpture, “Double Monologues I:  The Celia Series”, was exhibited in NAWA’s Small Works in New York and went on to win an Honorable Mention in Fusion Arts’ Women Artists.

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Women in Art at Las Laguna Gallery

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Las Laguna Gallery located in Laguna Beach, California invites women artists to apply to this Open Theme / All Media* exhibition

Theme: Open - All subjects eligible

Eligibility: The exhibition is open to all professional and amateur, domestic and international women artists working with Acrylic, Airbrush, Assemblage, Charcoal, Color Pencil, Collage, Digital Art, Drawings, Encaustic, Fiber Art, Graphite, Illustration, Mixed Media, New Media, Oil, Painting, Pastel, Photography (Traditional and Digital), Printmaking, and Watercolor.

About Las Laguna Gallery
Quickly becoming one of the premier contemporary and fine art galleries in Laguna Beach, California; Las Laguna Gallery is dedicated to the exploration and engagement of contemporary and fine art visual culture – regionally, nationally and internationally; through unique collaborations between artists, students and the community.
 

Important Dates

Entries due: February 9, 2020
Notification of acceptance: February 15, 2020
Art Delivery Date: Between: February to March 3, 2020
Artist Reception: March 5, 2020 from 5:30pm to 9:30pm
Exhibition runs: March 5 to March 28, 2020
Artist Gallery Split: 65% Artist, 35% Gallery
Entry $35 for up to 3 images

Deadline: 
02/09/2020

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35.
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