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Call to Artists: Collage the Planet: Environmentalism in Art Artist Residency

In recent years, activists have taken to staging protests in museums as a way to draw attention to the pressing issues of climate change and in doing so suggest the art world was somehow at odds with the goals of humanity having a healthy, ethical relationship to the natural world. The premise of the “Collage the Planet: Environmentalism in Art Artist Residency” is that science has the capacity to tell us how to care for the planet, but those solutions are meaningless if humanity doesn’t care enough to evolve and change. Art is a unique technology that can distill complexity into simple human gestures that, when experienced, facilitate a deeper understanding of our world. In short, art can be a tool for caring. 

"Escapist" March - Call to Art

Florida Emerging Art’s March Call theme is “Escapist”. The gallery provides a virtual space for emerging artists and this month is curated by Brianna Ashton @briannaashtonart.
An ‘Escapist’ is a person who seeks distraction and relief from unpleasant realities, especially in the form of entertainment or fantasy.
Artists are called to create imagery in any medium of their choice that depicts the feeling of dissociation, where they escape their reality in daydreams or in the real world. Reflecting on the people, places and objects that provide us with a sense of relief amid the trials of life.

Call Summary: All Artistic Mediums Accepted. We encourage artists without a record in established institutions to contribute.

WHAT IS ART IF NOT MAKING COMMUNITY?

I'mstrong - living with MS (https://imstrongcommunity.com/) is a non-profit association with the primary mission to support and bring together people living with multiple sclerosis (MS).
Multple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that affects 2.9 million people that causes an immune system attack to the nerves leaving patients struggling to walk or talk.

"Riding Through History" Juried Exhibition

The City of Santa Clarita (City) is inviting artists to submit artwork for consideration for our upcoming “Riding Through History” juried exhibition, which will be on view at the Newhall Community Center. We are seeking original artwork in any medium that celebrates Santa Clarita’s rich cowboy heritage. Artwork should resonate with the spirit of the cowboy era, blending the traditional theme with modern artistic expressions. 

DATES AND DEADLINES

Deadline to Apply: February 18, 2024
Exhibition Dates: March 26 - June 19, 2024
Artwork Drop-off: March 26, 2024, 10:30-11:00am
Artwork Pick-up: June 19, 2024, 10:00-10:30am

Poster Exhibitor in Chelsea, NYC

Poster exhibitors are featured in CHELSEA, New York
Featured by OK FRIDA

Show your work as an POSTER exhibitor in the heart of Chelsea, NYC.
No original works will be displayed, all selected images will be printed on weather resistant posters and displayed in Chelsea, NYC.

Your poster seen by art collectors and gallerists attending the AFFORDABLE ART FAIR March 20-24.
Extended display of posters through 6/1/24.

Option to be added to Artsy and/or Artland.

To apply please visit the link:
https://form.jotform.com/233615175299161

Nature's Canvas | Open Call

'Nature's Canvas' is an online juried exhibition, which will be presenting 3 awards: 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. The deadline for ‘Nature’s Canvas’ is April 15th and the entry fee is $6 for 3 images. You can find more details and how to apply on our website https://www.azaleaartscommunity.com 

Open to artists 18+ working in all mediums, including but not limited to painting, sculpture, photography, digital art, mixed media and video. Applicants are not restricted on number of entries. 

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