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Photo Shoot: 2019

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A juried group photo show with an open theme at Black Box Gallery.

Deadline: 
09/10/2019

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$35.00
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Photography Artist Residency and Solo Exhibition

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This residency provides an opportunity for an artist to execute a new body of work, evolve an existing body of work, or develop a project in the CHAW Darkroom and Photography space. The residency offers up to twelve weeks of time and space to an artist or team of artists to experiment and realize new work in our darkroom and photographic facilites. The selected resident(s) will be expected to begin work in November 2019. The residency culminates in a solo exhibition of work produced during the residency in March 2020 in the CHAW Gallery. 
 
The darkroom has five Beseler condenser enlargers and the necessary chemistry to print silver gelatin photographs and to develop traditional black and white films. The room will support some alternative chemistry processes as well, and has a UV exposure box available. The Resident Artist would need to provide their own chemistry for anything other than a traditional black and white process. Residents will also have access to the large format digital printing facilities, which include an Epson 7890. 

Qualified applicants are professional individual artists or collaborative artist teams over the age of 18; the program is not designed for undergraduate students or commercial artists. Artists must be available to work in the CHAW darkroom during the length of the residency. CHAW will not provide housing for Darkroom Resident artists.

Artists working in all media are welcome to apply, but we require proposed projects to include a photographic practice. 

THE RESIDENT ARTIST WILL PARTICIPATE IN THE FOLLOWING DURING THEIR RESIDENCIES:
       -Work in the darkroom/photographic facilities at CHAW for a minimum of 10 hours/week.
       -Present an artist talk, workshop, screening, and/or other mutually agreed upon public event.
       -Create documentation of the artist’s creative process during the course of the residency. 
        This might take the form of blogging, video, journal, or social media, to be confirmed in conversation with the artist.
       -Bi-weekly check-ins with the Darkroom Residency Manager
       -Exhibit work produced during the residency in the main floor gallery space at CHAW

CHAW WILL PROVIDE
       -A $200 stipend
       -The Darkroom facilities and accompanying black and white photo chemistry
       -The Digital facilities including flatbed scanner, Canon Pro 100, and Epson 7890
       -Print and social media promotion
       -Month long solo exhibition
       -Opening reception for the public with refreshments
       -Refreshments, if appropriate, for workshop or other public event

Deadline: 
08/31/2019

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$10 donation to support access to the arts in Washington DC
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OPEN CALL: Dance Films for The Outlet Dance Project's 15th Annual Festival

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The Outlet Dance Project seeks short dance-films that not only show excellence in the genre, but also have connections to site-specificity, architecture, and/or sculpture as well. The festival is open to filmmakers and choreographers everywhere who identify or have identified as women.

Now in its 15th year, the festival features site-specific choreography & dance films and takes place at the internationally renowned sculpture park, Grounds For Sculpture. The Dance on Film Festival takes place on October 3rd, 2019. The Thursday evening screening will be followed by a Q & A with the filmmakers and choreographers (attendance is not required.) At least three films will be selected to also be screened throughout the entirety of the weekend of October 4-6th.

​The Outlet is committed to supporting all dance and movement forms. We strongly encourage artists from traditionally under-represented or marginalized communities to apply. The festival celebrates the intersections of visual and moving arts, exploring relationships between sculpture and dance, place and movement.

Deadline: 
08/25/2019

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$12.00
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House of Salazar visual art submissions

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House of Salazar is seeking submissions for its first volume of visual art. Our goal is to produce a cohesive, semi-themed book, featuring up to forty artists. We welcome submissions from beginners and established artists alike.

For our first volume, we are specificially seeking the following:

Charcoal figure studies, space-themed art, still life art, and watercolor architectural studies.

Deadline: 
09/15/2019

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Contemporary Art exhibition "MiraBanART Showcase"

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We are delighted to announce the next appointment with the Contemporary Art exhibition "MiraBanART Showcase"! 

"What if artworks could tell their tales?" 

Watch our art exhibition promo to get the kind of style we go for!  (Link: https://youtu.be/qbHB6rw64G8 )

Meet our painted characters which reinvent their narrative through lights and shadows!

Submit your artwork through filmfreeway and get the chance to join us in Milan! 

From the 24th till the 30th August at the beautiful space IDEA4MI in Zona Sant'Ambrogio, Via Lanzone 23, 20123, Milan. Can't wait to fill up this awesome, shiny space with your great artworks! 

MiraBanART Showcase, the art exhibition where artworks speak up their tales! 

Deadline: 
08/20/2019

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different based on artwork submission
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Artillery Magazine CODE ORANGE Photo Submissions

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Code Orange is a new Artillery Magazine column, web-based, issue-oriented photography contest/project curated by Los Angeles based artist, Laura London. London works in the medium of photography and video.

CODE ORANGE is a documentary photography project which aims to encourage uncensored expression in affiliation with Artillery MagazineWinning entries will be published in upcoming issues of the magazine, finalists will appear online.

We see this as a venue for artists to express how they feel about the current state of the world. Tumultuous times like ours have historically produced some of the most interesting, captivating and timeless art; we hope to find and share similar works today.

Images which include any subject and convey how our country and the world are affected by social, political, environmental change as well as a day in the life type imagery which includes: personal, universal, identity issues, etc. The photographic artwork can be produced with a film or digital camera, using a professional camera and or smartphone. Images made in black and white and or color are accepted.

The main criteria for the images submitted to the Code Orange Photography Contest/project is that they are “documentary.” Carrying on the traditions of documentary photography, for example: in the works of; Louis Hines, Social Realism Documentary Photography, Doretha Lange’s, images for the Farm Security Administration, Robert Frank’s images and book, The Americans, New Documentary Photographs, which also includes photographers: Garry Winograd, Diana Arbus, Lee Friedlander. Roy DeCarova, images of Harlem and others, concurrently Stephen Shore and Robert Adams documented the American landscape, and William Eggleston broke ground with his color photography. Street Photography Reportage photographs of Manual Alvarez Bravo, Daido Moriyama, Henri Cartier Bresson, W. Eugene Smith, Mark Ellen Mark, and many more artists/photographers.

We are looking for any and all types of documentary photography submissions.

Please feel free to spread the word. Thank you!

Deadline: 
08/02/2019

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