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Open Call: LonelyShades - Silicon Valley International Contemporary Art Exhibition

Lonely Shades - Silicon Valley International Contemporary Art Exhibition

March 26-April 06, 2024
Gallery NAT is pleased to announce the event "Lonely Shades - Silicon Valley International Contemporary Art Exhibition" to be held from March 26 to April 06, 2024 at our partner ArtX Gallery in Fremont, San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA.

ACYC 2025 Dalton Gallery Exhibits Call for Artists

The Arts Council of York County invites artists interested in presenting their work in the Dalton Gallery at the Center for the Arts to submit exhibition proposals for the 2025 calendar year. The Dalton Gallery is a well-appointed, 1,800 square-foot professional gallery for the exhibition of experienced artists and community projects. Exhibitions are 1-2 months in length.

Works that sell while on exhibit at the Center for the Arts are subject to a 30% commission fee.


Houston Public Works Civilian Employee Memorial Request for Qualifications

Houston Civic Art

Request for Qualifications

Civic Art Project for Houston Public Works Civilian Employee Memorial

Budget: $165,000.00

Deadline: Monday, February 19, 2024, 5:00 PM CST

Location: Buffalo Bayou Park, 1800 Allen Pkwy., Houston, TX 77019

Eligibility: Greater Houston Area

Only applications sent via Submittable will be considered.

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The Artists Forum Juried Arts Competition

THE ARTISTS FORUM invites artists to showcase interpretations for the phrase: Techno-Feudalism. Techno-feudalism, a recently coined term by Greek economist and politician Yanis Vaoufakis, is the transformation of capitalism by tech platforms, done by exploiting the labor force through new technologies.

An example of this concept would be companies hiring people to work from home or through and app, but not paying for employees computers, car repairs, or the infrastructure needed to perform their work.

An expansion on this concept covers the manipulating of media to better serve a political agenda, such as running bots on niche topics that create a sense of divisiveness or political unease.

Hanging by a Thread

To many, the very existence of humanity, figuratively and literally, is hanging by a thread. From the nightly news, the existential threats include our democracy, our health, our ability to live on our planet.

Artists from all disciplines can creatively make the passionate plea to change the story and change the culture to save our earth and humanity. We strive to collaborate and to create a visceral and emotional experience that inspires the necessary adaptations in human behavior and industry to save our future.


The A.I.R. Fellowship Program was established in 1993 by former artist member Stephanie Bernheim in order to support underrepresented and emerging women and non-binary artists in New York City. Each year, six artists are awarded a year-long fellowship to develop and exhibit a project at A.I.R. Gallery.


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