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Create! Magazine Exhibition Call For Art

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Create! Magazine Is Thrilled To Invite Visual Artists To Submit Their Work To A Juried International Virtual Exhibition With Tam Gryn, Current Head Curator At SHOWFIELDS.

Theme: Healing From Within

About Our Guest Curator

Tam is the current Head Curator at SHOWFIELDS where she is helping to bridge art with retail.

She is the former Head of the Curatorial Department of the Artist Pension Trust as well as Head Curator for RAW POP UP. Tam is the co-founder of Culturadora and currently sits in the Board of Directors of the Kulturspace Foundation in Berlin.

Originally from Venezuela, she studied Art History at the Sorbonne University. She then specialized in Diplomacy at the Herzeliya Interdisciplinary Institute in Israel and received her M.A. in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution from Tel Aviv University.  

Tam has curated multiple art exhibitions as well as charity fundraisers. Cultural projects that Tam and her team produced hosted 300,000+ individuals, curated and 300+ site-specific art installations by global artists and reached 13B+ in online impressions.

Clients and collaborators include The Brooklyn Museum, The Whitney Museum, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Puerto Rico, Glossier, Heineken, Bombay Sapphire, The Glenlivet, Diptyque, Evian, Mastercard, SVA School of Visual Arts NYC, Neuehouse, Downtown Development Authority Miami, Miami Design District, Lincoln Rd, VICE, Paper Magazine, CNN en Español, CULTURED Mag, Haute Living, Miami New Times, Art Basel, Diptyque, KIND, Espace Meyer Zafra, Brightwire, The Bakehouse Art Complex, Lifion, Arevalo Gallery, Bas Fischer Invitational, Garis & Hahn, The LA Art Show, Untitled Miami, Inga Gallery, University of Miami Frost School of Music, Brickell City Centre, Create! Mag, All She Makes, Paradigm Gallery and many more. 

Tam specializes in creating memorable immersive art installations, satisfying audience’s desire for new and genuine experiences, generating social media buzz, content creation, newfound exposure and foot traffic.

Deadline: 
04/30/2021

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International Juried Art Competition & Solo Exhibition | $1,200 Cash Prizes to 16 Winning Artists Each Month | $1,000 Artist of the Year

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Art Show International, a leading voice in the art community and one of the world's fastest growing art galleries invites all visual artists to Art Competitions & Solo Exhibitions to get global recognition and win cash prizes. Every one of our 2020 and 2021 art competitions has been a resounding success. In the last month alone, $1,200 in cash prizes were given out to 16 talented artists. There were several other gifted artists who were also quite deserving of the prize money and could have as easily won the competition.

Art Show International is aware of artists' needs and preferences during these unprecedented times. We strive to distribute prize money equitably to help out a maximum number of artists in our community. Winners receive exceptional recognition in their fields. All cash prize awards are unrestricted and given with no strings attached. Two art competitions are held each month. Long term and permanent residency with our gallery is available where we represent you and your art and promote you in our newsletters and social media. We pride ourselves as having the best services for all visual artists. We will help you out in any way we can. Each month, 16 artists are awarded cash prizes in multiple categories.

Copyright Policy: Artists always retain all rights to their artworks.

Artists may submit all types of art media, including both 2D and 3D works, digital, painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, fiber, graphic, mixed media, as well as experimental and installation works. All our competitions and exhibitions are juried and open to artists internationally. Winners will get widespread worldwide recognition.

Theme​s

​The current themes include

SOLO EXHIBITION, LANDSCAPE, FLOWER, ANIMAL, ABSTRACT, OPEN, FIGURATIVE, PORTRAIT, STILL LIFE, NATURE, COLOR, WATER

Artists can apply their own interpretation in representing the overall theme. Representational as well as abstract concepts related to these themes will be considered. Additional themes will be announced.

Categories​

Each theme has the following three categories: 1. Painting 2. Photography & Digital 3. Sculpture & 3D Installation

Deadlines

Deadlines are usually every 15 days. Please refer to details on the website.

Prize summary: 
$1,200 cash prizes to 16 artists every month.
Prizes Details: 

Cash prizes of up to $14,500 annually will be given out to winners. The grant money will be unrestricted and may be used in any manner by the recipient artist. Depending on the number and quality of artworks applicable to each theme, the following prizes maybe considered for each competition:

First Prize Award (Overall) $150-$300

Runner-Up Prize Award (Overall) $150-$250

Merit Prize Award (Painting & Mixed Media) $100-$200

Merit Prize Award (Photography & Digital) $100-$200

Merit Prize Award (Sculpture & 3D Installation) $100-$200

Talent Prize Award $50-$100

Honorable Mention Award

Finalist Award

All competition winners will receive Award Certificates.

Deadline: 
04/30/2021

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Fee Detail: 
$10
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OPEN CALL FOR SOLO EXHIBITION in NYC

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OPEN CALL FOR SOLO EXHIBITION

Exhibition Dates: May 16-29, 2021

Dacia Gallery invites emerging and established artists to submit artwork for an opportunity to have a Solo Exhibition. We are looking for new talented artists to exhibit and to possibly represent as well. The gallery will advertise and promote the selected artist for the exhibition and host a formal Opening Reception for the exhibit, including an Artist Talk during the opening reception.

We are actively searching for new talented artists in all media and styles for the upcoming exhibition season. If you are looking for gallery representation and to have a Solo 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.

Who Can Participate: Open to all Visual Artists, national and international, in all media and forms of art

Accepted Artwork: Painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, photography, digital art, mixed media, illustration, etc. In other words, all creative culminations are welcome

Deadline: 
04/29/2021

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CALL FOR ARTISTS: SUMMER GROUP EXHIBITION IN NYC

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Exhibition Dates: May 30 - June 12, 2021

Dacia Gallery invites emerging and established artists to submit artwork for an opportunity to participate in our upcoming summer group exhibition in NYC. We are looking for a diverse body of artwork in all mediums and styles, this will be a mixed group show of recent artwork created by contemporary artists, exhibiting what they are working on today. The gallery will advertise and promote the selected artists for the exhibition and host a formal Opening Reception. If you are looking for gallery representation and to participate in an Art 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..

Who Can Participate: Open to all Visual Artists, national and international, in all media and forms of art

Accepted Artwork: Painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, photography, digital art, mixed media, illustration, etc. In other words, all creative culminations are welcome

 

Deadline: 
04/29/2021

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Merge: Nation's Best Emerging Artists with Disabilities

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This call invites artists to consider the intersections and combinations of their creative process and disability identity. In art, the juxtaposition of ideas can blur distinctions or reveal something new. This year’s theme, Merge, explores uniting paths and asks what we can learn when it all comes together. 

About the VSA Emerging Young Artists Program
Our programs for artists with disabilities shape the future of the arts. The VSA Emerging Young Artists Program, a Jean Kennedy Smith Arts and Disability Program, amplifies the voices of emerging artists with career development and professional empowerment. The competition seeks excellent work from emerging artists with disabilities residing in the United States. 

Volkswagen Group of America is the VSA Emerging Young Artists Program Presenting Sponsor.

Eligibility
• Artist must be between the ages of 16 and 25 during the application window. Birthdates between April 28, 1995 and April 28, 2005 are eligible. 
• Artist must reside in the United States for at least nine months of the year.
• Artist must have a disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities.) This includes sensory, physical, cognitive, learning, socio-emotional disabilities and more. If selected, artists must be comfortable publicly identifying as an artist with a disability.

After the deadline, finalists will be contacted by email and asked to submit documents proving the above eligibility requirements prior to advancing to the final round. Eligibility documents include the following:

Proof of Disability (finalists only)
May include one of the following:
• a letter from a doctor or other healthcare professional 
• a letter from a reputable disability association or organization, a professional counselor, or a representative of a college or university disability services office
• Individualized Education Program (IEP) documents
• a letter from the head of the IEP team
The document does not have to be recent but it must state the nature of the applicant’s disability or disabilities. 

Proof of Age (finalists only)
Must be a copy of a government issued ID, such as a passport, birth certificate, or driver's license. To be eligible, the applicant must be born between April 28, 1996 and April 28, 2005. 

Proof of US Residence (finalists only)
The applicant does not need to be US citizen, but must reside in the United States for at least 9 months of the year. Proof of US residency may include a lease or utility bill in the applicant's name, a student loan statement, a notarized affidavit of residency, a letter from a current employer, a letter from a teacher or professor, or another official document indicating current residency. International students must be residing in the US with a current student visa at the time of application. 

Additional Requirements
• Submitted artwork must have been completed within the last 3 years, and after the onset of disability.
• Submitted artwork must be able to withstand handling, storage, and transportation for a year-long, national tour.
• 2-Dimensional artwork cannot exceed 60 inches in height or width.
• 3-Dimensional artwork cannot exceed 48 inches in any direction when packed for shipping.
• All art forms and media are eligible, except artwork containing perishable materials, such as food.
• Applicant must be the sole creator and owner of all artwork submitted. Group projects will not be considered.
• Work that suggests visual plagiarism, such as direct copy of another artists’ work, will not be considered.
• Winning artists must participate in the professional development activities (virtual or in-person) to receive their award.
• Previous Emerging Young Artist Program award winners are not eligible to apply.
 

Prize summary: 
Grand prize is $20,000
Prizes Details: 

Fifteen winning artists are selected by jury. Grand Prize is $20,000, First Prize is $10,000, Second Prize is $6,000, and the remaining Awards of Excellence are $2,000 each. For winning artists, one of the submitted artworks will be selected for a national exhibition. Artists attend professional development activities provided by the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

Deadline: 
04/28/2021

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OPEN CALL for artwork around the theme "Pause" to be featured in digital publication

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Not Selected At This Time is pleased to announce their first open call! Artists are invited to submit their visual work(s) around the theme of "pause."

Not Selected At This Time is a digital publication exhibiting work by visual artists who are underrepresented in the arts by traditional means. Because we believe class (and therefore white supremacy and patriarchy) should not determine an artist’s ability to exhibit, we vow to subscribe to a donation-based submission model, with no fees required by the artist at any point. We prioritize showcasing work by BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, sex worker, incarcerated, non binary and women artists. Due to the nature of our publication, video-based work is not accepted at this time. We look forward to seeing your work.

Deadline: 
04/30/2021

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