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Analog | Digital - Beacon Gallery's 2019 Call for Art





Blinking rectangles of various sizes dominate our digital daily lives. Cameras and sensors capture our every move. Networks, algorithms and protocols, document, predict and alter our behavior. Theoretically, human beings are more connected than ever before.

But are we?

While some view the analog to digital transition as a great equalizer and a unifying force, others see it as quite the opposite—a secularizing, divisive means to a lonely, uber-fractionalized society.

Regardless of where you stand on the matter, it is inarguable that the shift from analog to digital has influenced almost every facet of our lives—from how we consume information and exchange goods to how we meet, date, shop, and travel. In virtually every industry and in every home, the analog to digital transition has had a profound impact.

What we want to know is: How has the analog to digital transition impacted you—the artist? How does it make you feel? Cynical or hopeful? Free or confined? Connected or marginalized? How has it affected your work? Has it freed you or constrained you?  

In the medium of your choice—painting, mixed media, video, sculpture or photography —Beacon Gallery would like you to explore how the Analog to Digital transformation has impacted your work, your identity, your family, your community, your (metaphorically) “pixelated” view of the world at large.

You are invited to include a poem, a paragraph or an essay to be published along with your artwork explaining your experience, if you wish, as well.

Submissions are open from October 5 to November 30 2018 via Call For Entry


Show will be up from January 11 - February 24th 


Guidelines: (see Terms and Conditions on Call for Entry for an exhaustive list)

Competition is open to all artists 18 years and older.

Each artist may submit digital samples of recent original 2D or 3D artworks (artwork must be framed and/or ready to hang (wired or d-rings) or otherwise display) in any medium.

The image submitted must accurately represent the art being submitted. 

Video artwork may be submitted.

 Artists are responsible for any display needs such as pedestals, etc. unless otherwise arranged with the gallery (NB international artists – please contact gallery regarding shipping display needs for 3D works)

If work is accepted, artists are responsible for shipping costs to and from the gallery. 

NB: The gallery is not responsible for any works damaged in transit to/from the gallery or from any damage resulting from poor framing.  

A non-refundable fee of $35 entitles the artist to submit up to 5 pieces of artwork for consideration. Only one image per artwork, please.

The gallery may decide to accept any number from zero to all 5 pieces for the show.

You may submit work as NFS but need to submit a price for insurance purposes.

For all sales, Artist-Gallery split is 50%-50%

Submission of your entry is considered acceptance of the terms and conditions of the competition.


For any questions, please email: contact@beacongallery.com 

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35 USD
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BeYond #MeToo



Monmouth University’s Pollak Gallery
January 22 – April 30

The #MeToo movement has brought to the surface long ignored injustices perpetrated mostly against women for generations that are demanding to be remedied. For this juried exhibition we are looking to feature works that eloquently depict how to honor women and others who have been maligned, how to implement change within our culture, how to alter perceptions and ultimately erase this malady forever.

Entry Requirements:

Submissions must be entered through CAFE (https://www.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=5799) 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 November 30, 2018. Participants will be notified by December 17. The show will run in Monmouth University’s Pollak Gallery from January 22 -April 30, 2019 with an opening reception on February 1 from 6-8 PM.
For more information or questions please contact Kelly Barratt at 732.263.5114 or email kbarratt@monmouth.edu

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North Carolina Artists Exhibition



Welcome to the Raleigh Fine Arts Society’s 2019 North Carolina Artists Exhibition!


NEW LOCATION! We are excited to announce the Exhibition’s move to the Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) in Raleigh.  CAM is located in the heart of Raleigh’s Warehouse District, which was recently described by USA Today as one of the "best art hoods in the nation.” 

LARGER AUDIENCE! With the move of the Artists Exhibition to CAM we expect to reach a broader audience of art lovers, art critics and art connoisseurs.   Every month, the  Warehouse District is a major draw  for Raleigh’s First Friday gallery walks, and CAM always hosts thousands of visitors for these events.    

JUROR: Chad Alligood, Independent Curator, previously Chief Curator of American Art at the Huntington and curator at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, in  Bentonville, Arkansas.

EXHIBIT DATES! March 10 through June 16.  


Prospectus:  https://www.ralfinearts.org/resources/Artist/2018-2019%20Artist/RFAS%202019%20Artists%20Exhibition%20Prospectus.pdf





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Onishi Project Winter Group Show: Parts I, II & III




Onishi Project (OP) was established in 2012 as the art management division of Onishi Gallery. The gallery is located in Chelsea, New York, the center of contemporary art. We advise individual artists how to promote their work through gallery shows and communicating with collectors & museum curators. By joining Onishi Project, not only will you introduce your art, but you will also learn how to promote your work in the international market.

Winter 2019 Call For Artists

Conditions of Entry:

-Each artist can exhibit up to 3 pieces of work

-Size limit: 24 x 24 in. (60 x 60 cm) per piece (contact the gallery if size exceeds)

-Artist responsible for transportation of artworks

Important Dates:

-Winter Group Show: Part I
Exhibition Dates: 1/8 – 1/19/19
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 10th, 2019 6-8pm

-Winter Group Show: Part II
Exhibition Dates: 1/22 – 2/2/19
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 24, 2019 6-8pm

-Winter Group Show: Part III
Exhibition Dates: 2/5 – 2/16/19
Opening Reception: Thursday, February 7th, 2019 6-8pm

Provided by the Gallery:

-An opening reception at the gallery for the artists with complimentary drinks

-Artist’s portfolio page created on the gallery website

-Promotion of the exhibition through social media, gallery mailing list & advertisements

-Obtain critiques from art professionals in NYC

-Juried competition will take place to choose (1) artist within each series of annual showings to be awarded a solo show at the gallery

Group Exhibition Information:

Each show will last two weeks, and include a maximum number of 10 artists each. Upon consideration of artists’ schedules, OP will determine the theme of each show and the combination of artists. Each show will be installed by our professional and experienced staff. If you would like to have a solo show, please contact the gallery.

Submission Guidelines:

Please include your name, email and mailing address, phone number, which exhibition, high resolution jpgs of at least 3 images of your work, including title, media, size and year. Please include a link to your website if applicable as well as an artist’s resume/CV. Please send submission info & any questions to: dpierce@onishigallery.com. All large files should be sent using a free file sharing site, such as WeTransfer.com. 

Participation Fees:

-Management fee per artist payable upon acceptance via check, credit card (U.S.) or wire transfer (outside U.S.)

-When artwork is sold, the artist will receive 70% of the gross amount. Onishi Project will take 30% as commission.

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Santo Foundation 10th Anniversary Exhibition Call


Our first exhibition since 2010, Santo Foundation is excited to celebrate the 10th year of our operating to support and celebrate the emerging visual artist with our Santo Foundation 10th Anniversary Exhibition Call.

An expansion of our existing model that we use for our Santo Foundation Individual Artist Awards, process of the Santo Foundation 10th Anniversary Exhibition call is one that encourages and nurtures the ecology of the contemporary fine art world in its best sense. The exposure of the work of cutting-edge emerging artists to exceptional curators who otherwise may not have ever seen their work, provides both the artists and the curators (Distinguished Curator) with a rich and authentic experience of where the industry and the state of our artistic cultural expression exists. 

Two Month Exhibition in Downtown St. Louis Awarded to Three 2-D and Video Visual Artists:  
Exhibition Awards: Three top artists will be selected to have a group exhibition in Arcade Contemporary Art Projects' 6,029 square foot gallery in the historic Arcade Building in dowtown St. Louis, Missouri, opening on Saturday, June 1, 2019 with a celebratory exhibition reception, and on view until Saturday, August 10, 2019.

Publication Awards: Each of the three selected artists will receive three complimentary copies of the full-color catalog documenting the works selected for the exhibition and featuring a forward by the Distinguished Curator regarding commentary and unique value of the selected artists and their respective work. 

The Santo Foundation is honored to announce our Distinguished Curator, GRETCHEN WAGNER, Saint Louis Art Museum's Mellon Fellow for Prints, Drawings and Photographs.

Exhibition Call Description: Open to all 2-D and video artists, the three artist exhibition will occur in the The museum-quality gallery now comprises over 6,000 square feet that can be divided in various distinct exhibit spaces of varying proportions and sizes, due to the six 12'x12' floating walls. Total gallery running wall length is approximately 56 feet with all walls being no less than 12' in height. All exhibit spaces are appropriately track-lit. The Gallery has street-facing windows nearly floor to ceiling providing excellent public exposure on downtown St. Louis' 8th and Olive Streets, for the artwork 24/7.

The Exhibition will be open to the public four days a week for a total of ten weeks on view. Images from recent past Santo Foundation Individual Artist Awards and from "Marks of Absence," our 2010 Inivitational can be found in our website here and on our Instagram account. (Please remember, the nature of works previously shown should NOT be considered indicative of what Santo Foundation future Distinguished Jurors for the Individual Artist Awards or what will our Distinguished Curator will select to exhibit in the 10th Anniversary Exhibition or otherwise in the future. We and our jurors and curators are genuinely open to surprise, diverse and innovative approaches to visual art.)

About the Distinguished Curator: The Santo Foundation is honored that Gretchen Wagner, Saint Louis Art Museum's Andrew W. Mellon Fellow for Prints, Drawings and Photographs, serves as Distinguished Curator for the 10th Anniversary Exhibition Call.

The history of printmaking and the role of artist’s editions in contemporary practice is a primary focus of Wagner’s research. She has, for example, explored the worlds of 1970s conceptual art, Eastern European printmaking and the print as public art.

Wagner received a master’s degree in art history from Williams College and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has held curatorial positions at the Museum of Modern Art, the Pulitzer Arts Foundation and the Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center/Marfa Contemporary.

Highlights from the numerous exhibitions Wagner has curated and co-curated on topics ranging from German Expressionism to Fluxus Editions include: “Artist’s Artists: James Siena, Josh Smith and Charline von Heyl Collect Prints” at the International Print Center New York (2014) and “Art of Its Own Making” at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation (2014); as well as the MoMA exhibitions “Projects 98: Slavs and Tatars” (2012); “Thing/Thought: Fluxus Editions, 1962-1978” (2011); and “Gabriel Orozco: Samurai Tree Invariants” (2009).

Most recently, Wagner co-curated the 2018 exhibition “Graphic Revolution: American Prints 1960 to Now.”

To apply:

Artists may submit online only through Call for Entry.org (CaFÉ).

Graduate School candidates are eligible. Students at earlier levels are not eligible.

 Emerging, mid-career and mature artists are eligible and encouraged to apply.

All mediums of 2-D and video visual art are eligible including images, audio, video and performance.

This is an International call and all artists are welcome to apply regardless of country, state or residency status.

 Please submit (minimum and maximum) 6 files of original work and a current artist cv/resume.

 No artist statements.

Please do not submit other materials.

Application fee of $45.00 USD.

Call for Entry dates: September 1, 2018 through December 1, 2018.

Distinguished Curator will review work samples and exhibition proposals. Santo Foundation staff is NOT a part of this process.

Work samples and application materials are electronically reviewed, rated and selected.

Winning Artists will be announced on Facebook, Instagram and on santofoundation.org in January 2019. The three winning artists will be personally contacted upon selection.

Please note if you have questions regarding technical aspects of callforentry.org please contact their help desk. Please do not contact the juror.

If you have questions that do not involve Call for Entry technical issues, contact francesca@santofoundation.org.

Application Components & Things to Include or Consider:

Work Samples Upload 6 images (jpg) and/or video/sound files (mp3, mp4, wav, mov, mpg).

$45 for an application submission of up to 6 files.

Additional files (up to a total of 10) can be submitted to your application for a $5 additional fee per file.



File format: JPEG or JPG only

File dimensions: 1200 pixels or greater on the longest side. 

File size: under 5 MB



File formats: AIFF, WAV, XMF, MP3

Bit rate: minimum 96 kpbs–maximum 320 kbps

Codec: aiff, wav, au

File size: under 10 MB


File formats: 3GP, WMV, AVI, MOV, ASF, MPG, MP4, M2T, MKV, M2TS

Resolution: minimum 640 x 480, maximum 1920 x 1080

Aspect ratio: 4:3 or 16:9

Bit rate: recommended above 240 kbps

Frame rate: minimum 12 fps, recommended 30 fps.

Codec: h.264, h.263, mpeg-1, mpeg-2, mpeg-4, Windows Media Video, and motion jpeg mpeg-1 muxed, Apple Lossless

Container: 3gp, asf, avi, mov, mpeg, mpeg-2, mp4, ogg

File size: under 100 MB.

Currently, linked media from YouTube, Vimeo, etc. is not accepted. Please use upload-ready media files only.

Artist CV/Resume: Upload 1 artist CV or resume (Should provide context for “where you are” in your art career. Should not be too long [no more than three pages] and should include art-career or other relevant info only).

Image Credits or Short Descriptions: If applicable, write a brief credit line or short description for each image, video, or sound file uploaded.

Select works that are no more than five years old, if possible.

Select works that show your best talents in one area (Depth over breadth).

“Clarity of Vision”: curate your work samples to create a cohesive identity for yourself as an artist to the Juror.

The Distinguished Curator will select the artists for exhibition via Jury by art piece/work* (Each image entry will be individually scored, including detail images. Beneficial if you are looking to select by artwork as 1 artwork* = 1 application).  *a work is one image, audio, or video file

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Open Call for Women Artists - Group Exhibition in NYC



Eligibility: Open to all Women Artists in all media and forms of art. 

Dacia Gallery invites women artists to submit artwork for an opportunity to participate in our upcoming Group Exhibition on Women Artists for 2019. We are looking for a diverse body of artwork in all mediums and styles, this will be a mixed group show of all recent artwork created by contemporary women artists, exhibiting what they are working on today. The gallery will advertise and promote the selected artists for the exhibitions and host a formal Opening Reception for the exhibition, including an Artist Talk during the opening reception. If you are looking for gallery representation and to have a Show in New York City, submit your art that we may discover your compelling work and present it to the public, gallery directors, curators and collectors. This exhibition is dedicated to the spirit of all women in the arts.

For more info and to apply visit: www.daciagallery.com


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