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Call for Illustrators: Jules Verne Anthology



The North American Jules Verne Society is seeking fictional short stories and illustrations for its upcoming anthology, Extraordinary Visions: Stories Inspired by Jules Verne, planned for publication in 2021. This is the first anthology of new fiction ever sponsored by the Society.

The cover of Extraordinary Visions: Stories Inspired by Jules Verne will feature a full-color graphic image evoking the scientific wonder and sense of adventure typical of Verne’s novels. In addition, the Society plans to include a black-and-white artwork to go with each chosen story, all by the same illustrator in the same style. The artist chosen for the internal artwork may be different from the cover illustrator.

Edition and Rights: For both the cover art and interior artwork, the Society is asking for exclusive, worldwide rights to your work for both electronic and print for six months from the date of publication, and a non-exclusive right to keep your artwork in the anthology after that. The Society plans to use the artwork for the book and all book-related materials (press kit, marketing materials, bookmarks, Society website, social media, etc.).

Deadline: for stories, cover art, and links to artwork samples: April 30, 2021 (11:59 pm Eastern Time), or until filled. For submission of internal artwork by the selected illustrator: one month after editors provide the (expected ten to fifteen) stories.

Prize summary: 
$100 for cover image, $10 each for internal illustrations
Prizes Details: 

Payment for chosen artwork: $100 for the cover image and $10 for each internal black-and-white artwork, paid at publication.

Illustrators will also receive one copy of both the electronic and paperback versions of the anthology. Illustrators can buy additional books at a discount.


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We are looking for writers and essays




Artweblist, is dedicated to present most recent news about art, be a voice for artists, release articles and interviews about them. Making art reachable for anyone, anywhere. We are a fresh, independently-run Website and for the creative artists and who see the world around them and want to make it better and more beautiful for everyone. Artweblist hopes to offer the artists a space for their authentic perspectives to be collected and shared worldwide with contributors and readers are from all over the world starting it’s life at March.

We're looking essays, articles and writings about the :

  • Ikonick Art
  • Modern Abstract Art
  • Expressionist Painting

Send submissions in an email to , along with your chosen name/pseudonym, your age, location and any other personal information you would like us to include (website, statement of intent for artwork, social media accounts, biography, etc.).


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Call to Artists - Ucross Fall 2020 Residency (Aug - Dec)






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Ends on March 1, 2020

The mission of Ucross Foundation is to foster the creative spirit of deeply committed artists and groups by providing uninterrupted time, studio space, living accommodations, and the experience of the majestic High Plains while serving as a good steward of its historic 20,000-acre ranch.


The Ucross Foundation Residency Program offers the gift of time and space to competitively selected individuals working in all artistic disciplines.  The Foundation strives to provide a respectful, comfortable and productive environment, freeing artists from the pressures and distractions of daily life.  As painter Carol Schwennesen commented, "There has been no other art experience that has been as wide and deep and solid as the experience of being at Ucross."

The Ucross Foundation provides living accommodations, individual work space, and uninterrupted time to approximately 85 individuals each year.  Typical residencies are one month in length but can vary from two to six weeks.  At any one time, there are up to ten individuals in residence, a mix of visual artists, writers and composers.  In most cases, studios are separate from living quarters.  

Lunch and dinners are prepared Monday to Friday by a professional chef with ample provisions on hand for breakfasts and weekends.  Lunches are delivered to individual studios; group dinners take place at 6 p.m.  Towels and all linens are provided, as is weekly housekeeping for bedrooms.  There is cell phone service and wireless internet throughout residency facilities.  

Residents are responsible for providing their own working materials and for their travel to Sheridan, Wyoming.  There is no charge for a residency. 

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Ends on March 1, 2020

Current work is requested.  An applicant's work sample is the most significant feature of his or her application. Unless work is interdisciplinary, each applicant is encouraged to apply in a primary discipline and submit a work sample and project description which emphasizes this single discipline. Competition for residencies varies seasonally and with the number of applications. While only one Fellowship winner will be selected, all applicants will have the option of being considered for a regular Ucross residency.

ELIGIBILITY: Residencies are open to Native American visual artists who meet the following criteria:
* be a practicing contemporary visual artist currently producing works of art in all visual mediums including: PAINTING, DRAWING, MIXED MEDIA, SCULPTURE, PRINTMAKING, PHOTOGRAPHY, VIDEO, ANIMATION, PERFORMANCE ART, INSTALLATION and CERAMICS.
* an enrolled member of a state-recognized or federally-recognized Tribe, Pueblo, Nation, Native Community, Political Entity or Alaskan Native Village.

VISUAL ART WORK SAMPLE: Submit 10-15 IMAGES (in JPEG format, NO PDF'S for work sample) and a DATA SHEET that corresponds to your images which includes title, medium, size and year of completion.

FILM/VIDEO/ANIMATION/PERFORMANCE ART WORK SAMPLE: Submit up to 3 video files, each less than 8 minutes in length and smaller than 200 MB in size, or provide up to 3 VIMEO or YOU TUBE URL links.



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Fee Detail: 
General Call $40 or Native American Visual Fellowship FREE
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Artist Residency at CourCommune






CourCommune offers residencies from 2 weeks up to 3 months during the months of April through October for visual, print and literary artists in a village 100 kilometers south of Paris.

The core of our reflection on the role of art and artists in a rural environment is based on the exploration of spaces, landscapes and the passage of the seasons. Residents have the opportunity to exchange with the inhabitants, as well as interacting with the physical and historical contexts of the surrounding communities.

We wish to make CourCommune an environment for retreat, encounters and experiences - a space to create supported by a space in which to live in the French countryside.

Disciplines : 
Visual Arts 

Fees and support: 
CourCommune is not in a position to award a scholarship or grant. On the other hand, once the selection of your file has been made, CourCommune will send you an invitation letter for the duration of your project in order to help you find the financing for your residence.

The first two weeks: 300€ and 150€ for each additional week 
500€ per month and 150€ for each additional week 
900€ for 2 months 
1250€ for 3 months

The price includes: a single room in the shared apartment, access to the studio and garden. 
The production materials are the responsibility of the once the village shop. A studio measuring 120 square meters, a three bedroom apartment and a garden welcome artists-in-residence.

The 120 square meter studio, equipped with a printing press and the living quarters with 3 private bedrooms are shared with a maximum of 2 other artists.

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