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Outdoor Autumn Arts Festival and Spectrum Gallery Group Show



2016 marks the 12th year of the Autumn Arts Festival. It has grown a reputation of providing great quality arts and crafts that visitors to the shoreline area of CT enjoy each year.

What Makes this event different?

The festival presents award-winning artists and fine artisans from Connecticut and New England. For the third year, this annual art event includes a six-week group gallery show at the Spectrum Gallery and Store of select pieces by participating Festival artists. The juried show runs from September 23-November 6.


The Arts Center Killingworth’s 12th Annual Autumn Arts Festival is Saturday, October 8 and Sunday, October 9  with a rain date of Monday, October 10. The festival presents award-winning artists and fine artisans from Connecticut and New England. Located on the Madison Connecticut town green (Boston Post Road/Route 1 and Copse Road), the Festival includes representational and abstract painters working in oil, acrylic and pastel, as well as, photographers, potters, glass artisans and jewelry designers. Artisans exhibiting on the Green feature those working with mixed media collage, wood, glass, fabric, silver, copper and semi-precious stones.

For the third year, this annual art event includes a six-week group gallery show at the Spectrum Gallery and Store of select pieces by participating Festival artists. The juried show runs from September 23-November 6.

Entrance to both the Autumn Arts Festival and Gallery Group Show is free and includes food and live music.

The nonprofit Arts Center Killingworth, founded in 2004, organizes exhibits and concerts, and offers classes, camps and workshops for children, teens and adults. Spectrum Gallery and Store, an expansion of the Arts Center, opened in the spring of 2014 and presents approximately six annual exhibits of painting, mixed media, sculpture and photography. The Store offers fine crafts in fabric, glass, ceramics, pottery, jewelry and more. For more information about Arts Center programming or call (860) 663-5593 / email  For more information about the Spectrum Gallery and Store visit or call (860) 767-0742.



The Second Catskill Digital Art Competition




Atelier Progressif Creative Art Space was founded in 2015, in Catskill, NY. to give space and support to artists who use digital tools to create art and art projects that benefit society.


Call for Artists

This competition is open to all artists working in digital media age 18 or older. We are looking for submissions in multi-media and new media pieces.


Proposals for exhibitions in the Purdue Galleries




The Purdue University Galleries are a series of individual exhibition spaces managed as a unit by a staff of three full-time employees, student workers and interns. The Galleries are funded through the University's College of Liberal Arts and through grants and contributions. All exhibitions and programs are free and open to the public.

Exhibits rotate every six weeks through the school year and are presented in the Robert L. Ringel Gallery in Stewart Center Gallery and the Fountain Gallery in downtown Lafayette.

Exhibitions are carefully chosen to offer consistently high quality while providing a variety of perspectives on art and society, in support of the educational mission of the University. Due to the diverse scope of study and research taking place at the University, the Galleries has chosen to concentrate on exhibitions of regional, national and international appeal, featuring artists with a proven commitment to artistic exploration through contemporary aesthetics. A committee of full time Art & Design faculty, local artists and arts educators is consulted for recommendations on proposals for Galleries programming.

All media will be considered for exhibition, including new and emerging technologies. Proposals received by October 1will be presented to the exhibition review committee, which meets each year in early November. Proposals should be professionally presented for review and should include the following:

  • A cover letter describing the proposed exhibition, any special installation requirements, and available dates.
  • A resume/vita and professional exhibition record
  • At least ten and no more than twenty digital images representative of work and an accompanying text listing of the images, including title, media, dimensions, and date of completion.
  • A self-addressed, stamped envelope (at least 9 x 12”) for return of information, if desired.

The Purdue Galleries insures all works while on exhibit and covers printing and distribution costs of an announcement mailer for each exhibit period. A shipping and transportation honorarium is provided whenever possible to individual artists.

All inquiries and materials should be addressed to:

Craig Martin, Director
Purdue University Galleries
Yue-Kong Pao Hall of Visual and Performing Arts
552 West Wood Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2002
(765) 494-3061


Root to Bloom: Places Artists Call Home



We are pleased to announce that renowned artist, Teresa Oaxaca, of the DC area, will act as a juror for this exhibition.

Root to Bloom: Places Artists Call Home will feature paintings representative of where the showcased artists call “home.” This theme can be applied to a range of views, from a studio interior to a street scene, from a rural landscape to an aerial view of city or countryside and more. This flexibility also applies to the time in your (the artist’s) life: whether the painting depicts the location of your birth, somewhere you spent a considerable amount of time, or the locale where you currently live, all of these options you are welcome to choose from for your subject matter.


#RMJM60 Instagram Competition



Copyright Policy

Each person who enters this Competition covenants, represents and warrants to RMJM as follows: (i) the Submission is an original work created solely by the entrant, that the image does not infringe on the copyrights, trademarks, moral rights, rights of privacy/publicity or intellectual property rights of any person or entity, and that no other party has any right, title, claim, or interest in the image; (ii) the Submission is wholly original with entrant and as of the date of submission, is not the subject of any actual or threatened litigation or claim; (iii) the Submission does not and will not violate any applicable laws, and meets the Submission Requirements set forth above. Each entrant hereby agrees to indemnify and hold the Promotion Entities harmless from and against any and all third party claims, actions or proceedings of any kind and from any and all damages, liabilities, costs and expenses relating to or arising out of any breach or alleged breach of any of the warranties, representations or agreements of entrant hereunder.

Image Usage Rights

By entering your Submission in the Competition, you acknowledge and agree that you will retain ownership of any image you submit, subject to the license below. The Promotion Entities and their licensees (“Authorized Parties”) shall have the unrestricted and nonexclusive right to reproduce, distribute, display, edit, adapt, publish, perform, broadcast, modify, and otherwise use each Submission in connection with the Competition and promotion of the Competition, in any and all PROJECT NAME | PROJECT NUMBER PG, whether now known or later discovered, in perpetuity, without further compensation to the entrant or anyone else. Display or publication of any Submission on an Authorized Party’s website does not indicate the entrant will be selected as a winner.


In 1956, RMJM set out a vision to revolutionize the architecture industry. Over the next 60 years RMJM has evolved into one of the world’s largest architecture firms with over 30 studios across the globe. To celebrate our 60th anniversary, we’re inviting you to design a commemorative image that captures the spirit of RMJM.

To enter, simply follow us on and upload your design along with the hashtag #RMJM60. The commemorative image can be a collage, sketch, painting, digital or graphic. The original image needs to be either 420mm x 420mm or 420mm x 594mm (A4). It can capture one RMJM building or several, or it could be something completely different. There are no restrictions! The winner, picked by RMJM, will receive a £500 cash prize and have their design featured in 30 RMJM studios around the world!

For inspiration, why not take a look at our portfolio: From the Capital Gate in Dubai to the Falkirk Wheel in Scotland, we want to see how you illustrate the spirit of RMJM. The #RMJM60 Instagram competition begins on Wednesday 27th July and ends on September 27th 2016 at 12pm GMT. We’ll announce a winner the following week. Full terms and conditions can be found at






This is a unique exhibit - the first to take place in lower Westchester, New York.


"Strength Through Diversity" has long been a mantra in the LGBTQ community. Through art we can put this philosophy on a mantle for others join in that celebration.

Artists working in all media are invited to submit to Inclusion, a unique exhibition highlighting the themes of LGBTQ life and culture.  Members of the national community are encouraged to submit work for this exhibit.

Inclusion strives to highlight the many aspects of the LGBTQ culture that has faced discrimination, and violence, but that manages to persevere and embrace the common goal: to be free to love who we want to love and with pride.

Blue Door is honored to provide this opportunity to showcase visual art that expresses the joy, discovery, struggle and strength of LGBTQ life.

DEADLINE:  September 15, 2016Dates for this exhibition are October 15th to November 12th, 2016 with a special reception on October 15th, the opening day of the exhibit.



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