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Call for submissions - Artist of the Month ( September )



ARTJOBS, over the years, has established collaborations and partnerships with publications, galleries, talent agencies, auction houses, public and private institutions to continue to discover and promote the best artists from the arts & creative industries.

Artist of the Month
A competition established to encourage the pursuit of excellence in art.

To have your work seen by 600,000+ visitors around the world, including world-leading companies,  brands, publications, creative agencies, galleries, talent agencies, collectors, curators, writers, and more, we encourage submissions from artists to take this opportunities to submit your best works and connect with our online audiences from 200+ countries ! 

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Curating Collage Workshop



A four week, virtual/online workshop in October-November 2020 with the University of Vermont’s Fleming Museum of Art

Curating is a vital part of art’s function: a curator creates a bridge between artwork and audience. For artists, this process can be confusing and mysterious. The goal of the Curating Collage Workshop is to equip artists with the tools to curate their own work, to work with curators, and build exhibitions that connect with diverse audiences.

The Curating Collage Workshop is a four-week program designed to train artists as curators. In six virtual meetings over four weeks and through ongoing, online discussion, we will explore the fundamentals of curating, how to create critical context for collage, and various strategies for presenting collage to an audience. Topics will include art writing; gallery and museum issues; documenting artist practice; and working with art professionals.

The Curating Collage Workshop will focus on the role of the exhibition: How do we exhibit collage? What is needed from collage to function in a commercial gallery, art center, or museum? How do we build exhibitions that go beyond the “Cut and Paste” group show model that is prevalent today? What does it mean to be artist-centric, medium-centric, or viewer-centric in the presentation of collage in exhibition? And the workshop will explore ideas around Curation: What is a curator and what is their role? How do we introduce collage to viewers? How do we build an audience for collage and generate enthusiasm and a sense of value for the work? How do we take collage where it needs to go to reach the viewers it is intended to reach?

Participants will curate a collage from the collection of the University of Vermont’s Fleming Museum of Art. Texts may be used by the Museum and will be adapted for publication in Kolaj Magazine. Artists in the workshop will curate each other’s work and produce a statement of practice, biography, and critical context for a body of work. This material will be developed into a proposal for an exhibition or book. Proposals will be considered by Kolaj Institute. Artists will leave the workshop with a collection of texts that document and provide critical context for their work.


The Curating Collage Workshop is for artists with an established practice and a body of work they would like to bring to an audience through exhibition or publication.


The cost of Curatoring Collage Workshop is $350 USD, however no artist will be turned away for lack of funds and the organizers will work with artists to build a financial aid package. The Curating Collage Workshop is limited to 10 artists.


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Contemporary Portraiture: Redefining the Figure





“Contemporary portraiture: Redefining the Figure” is an exhibit centered around the human form. Portraiture has traditionally been utilized as a medium to capture and replicate the likeness or expression of a person, yet this age old art form has evolved tremendously since its origins - from DaVinci’s anatomical drawings to visually striking portraits by contemporary painter Amy Sherald. In this online exhibit, we will be exhibiting a wide range of work including representational and abstract interpretations, as well as work by artists who seek to redefine or challenge the genre of portraiture. 

We encourage artists who work in diverse mediums and styles to apply. The follow mediums are accepted: Painting, drawing, mixed-media, collage, sculpture, digital art, photography.

Our guest curator is Erika b Hess, Artist, Curator & Host of the I Like Your Work podcast! Erika has exhibited her work nationally and juried a wide range of exhibits across the U.S. 


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This Halloween, we’re asking artists and performers to reimagine the theme of dis-possession and the invisible for a virtual exhibition, APPARITIONS, accepting all mediums. Coming from a diasporic perspective, dis-possession is: separation and disconnect from ancestors, heritage, land, and bodies.

The intention is this exhibit will be a collective sacred space around Halloween, a time that’s centered on ancestral rituals and being open to the intangible. Submit anything you’d like to share in this space, including time-based media, interactive media, performance art, visual and performing arts, poetry readings, and live performances. Also, while this theme is inherently diasporic and personal, the exhibit isn’t limited by a diasporic lens, so don’t let this deter you from submitting!

WHAT TO SUBMIT: 1) artist bio AND 2) documentation and description of your work or a proposal for a live performance.

KEYWORDS: (im)material, sensory, memory, haunting, (dis)embodied, (in)corporeal, vessels, portals, mediators, ancestral, intergenerational, displacement, nostalgia, past, visions

DEADLINE: October 5th by midnight to


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Hüten X LATITUDE Galleries Alliances | HOLD YOUR BREATH



Our lives have been changed dramatically by the pandemic, and so did the way we breathe. In this vacuum, we are both observers and participants. How long can you hold your breath like this, what have we lost, and what have we gained? We hope to hear you for telling us what you think in your own way.

Hüten X LATITUDE Galleries Alliance is welcoming artists to present their works in both of our online platforms and on-site gallery spaces. The exhibition will be held in both sites synchronously: Hüten Gallery's Shanghai space and LATITUDE Gallery's New York's space, entitled HOLD YOUR BREATH. This international project aims to provide a cross- dimensions platform for contemporary artists from around the globe to presents works and receive extensive international exposure. We look forward to hearing your feedback on survival, future and hope by your observation of the present with keen eyes.

All mediums are welcomed.

1. Submissions:
• 3-5 images of your works, resolution in 300dpi、size no smaller than 3MB
• Name the images: "name of work_number the image" (example: "Xi_01")
• Description of your works, including title, year, size, technique, price
• Artist's bio (no more than 150 words)

2. PLEASE compress documents from above in a".zip" profile then email to, entitled "full name of artist_name of work_ hold your breath” (example: "Charlie Chen_Xi_hold your breath ")

3. Deadline: 2020.10.30

4. Entry fee: $0

Selected artists will have the opportunity to receive interview by magazines as well as other press medias; the interview along with the introduction of artist's selected work will be published on the art magazine we collaborate with and artist can keep the print, as well as the exhibition catalog. Our online platform with Artsy as well as our own e-commerce system will together provide selected artists artworks' selling services.

If selected, some exhibition fees will be asked to pay, detailed documents will be sent after the shortlist announcement. Artists need to respond with payment receipt in 3 days. If works are sold, the fees will be returned to your accounts. Artists who need your works to be shipped, are responsible for delivery and pick-up of work, and any associated cost. If works are shipped, artists must include a prepaid return shipping label.

Hüten X LATITUDE Galleries Alliance is initiated by Hüten Gallery and LATITUDE Gallery New York, together committed to build an international platform for promoting emerging contemporary artists. Hüten X LATITUDE Galleries Alliance plans to organize synchronous exhibition at our New York and Shanghai gallery spaces, along with the supports of online exhibition system and series promotional activities. We aim to break the boundary of ordinary routines, as well as erase the limitation of time and space, create a more agile pattern in supporting contemporary arts.

Hüten Gallery
ADD: 1350 Fuxing Zhong Road, Shanghai, China

LATITUDE Gallery New York:
ADD: 174 Roebling St., 1L, Brooklyn, New York 11211

Media: Shihui Zhou,


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OyG Flat File Open Call 2021





The application for our 2021 Flat Files program is now open.

The Flat Files at OyG: 2021 will open with an exhibition on Saturday, January 9, 2021. The program will continue in our flat files through December 2021. Participating artists and individual works will be promoted and featured on OyG social media outlets, exhibition press release, our mailing list, and our website for purchase. All works will be available for visitor browsing at OyG.

 Visual artists working in drawing, painting, collage, photography, fiber, and other two-dimensional media are encouraged to apply. The artists will be selected by the OyG Co-Directors based on the quality of their work and commitment to their practice. 

 We are excited to develop and share this new program with you, as we continue to support unrecognized and deserving artists. We look forward to discovering your work!


- 5 images of work including: title, year, media, dimensions, price.
- Dimensions should be no longer than 20" MAX, and 1/2" thick MAX. Any works that exceed these dimensions will not be considered.
- Each image should be no larger than 1200 pixels on the longest dimension.
- File should be labeled as such: LastName_FirstName_Title_Year.jpg
- Submitted work should be unframed and unmounted.
CV: 2 pages max

- Please provide us with two references who can talk about your work and practice.
- Please include: name, title/organization, relationship, email address. We will only contact these individuals if need be.



- 20 - 30 artists will be selected for the 2020 Flat Files at OyG for a duration of 12 months (January through December 2021).
- Each artist will have two works in the Flat Files at OyG.
- All works will be featured and available for sale on OyG's website.

Application opens: September 3, 2020
Deadline: Monday, October 5, 2020, midnight, EST
Notification: late November 2020
Exhibition: January 8 - 16, 2021
Opening reception: Saturday, January 9, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM



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