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Juried by Collaborators Barbara Ciurej + Lindsay Lochman

Exhibition: March 4 - April 3, 2021

Final Entry Due Date: February 7, 2021 at 5 PM

Reciprocity is a relation of mutual dependence, action or influence. In photography, reciprocity refers to the relationship between the aperture (f-stop) and shutter speed, which work dependently and inversely to capture light. It is the key to the perfect exposure.

In reciprocal relationships, like in any collaborative act, ideas and conversations are exchanged, enriching participants intellectually and emotionally. Whether through aesthetic bond, mentor/mentee relationships, friendship, photographer/subject or teacher to student, our pursuits are sustained by these relationships.

To celebrate the reciprocal bonds that enrich our photographic practices, Woman Made Gallery invites women-identified and non-binary artists from the local, national, and international community to pair their photograph with that of another practicing artist with whom they are in conversation.  Two- and three-dimensional forms, plus video will be considered.

(Image: "Kitchen Emanations Study 1" by Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman)

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Call for Womxn Artists: International Print Issue #25 Juried by The Jealous Curator






Create! Magazine is pleased to announce an international open call for the print issue #25 juried by Danielle Krysa.

Have your work seen by our 200,000+ readers and followers around the world, including leading galleries, art fairs, collectors, curators, writers, art consultants, and more.

A portion of all submission fees will go to the Tessera Arts Collective and Black Girls Who Paint.


Danielle Krysa has a BFA in Visual Arts, and a post-grad in graphic design. She is the writer/curator behind the contemporary art site, The Jealous Curator (est.2009), and has curated art shows from Washington DC to Los Angeles, San Francisco to Toronto. Danielle creates her own artwork as well – mixed media collages which combine found images, paint, and as much humor as she can pack into each title. When she’s not in the studio, Danielle is writing books : “Creative Block”, “Collage”, and “Your Inner Critic Is A Big Jerk” were the first three, and her fourth book, “A Big Important Art Book – Now with Women”, was released in October of 2018. Danielle has also had the great pleasure of speaking at TEDx, PIXAR, Creative Mornings, CreativeLive, and was interviewed for several video segments on

The Jealous Curator has been featured by Oprah Magazine/, Brain Pickings, Fast Company, Apartment Therapy, Sunset Magazine, Frankie Magazine, InsideOut Magazine, Flow Magazine, The Vancouver Sun, Glamour Paris, and more.


Womxn identifying artists from any country are welcome to apply with works in any medium: painting, sculpture, digital, printmaking, fiber, photography, mixed media, installation, and more. There is no specific theme for this issue. We feature artists of every gender in all of our other editions, this is our special annual womxn’s issue. If you do not identify as a womxn, feel free to submit to our blog in the meantime. For this special edition, we welcome submissions from all women, including trans women and femme/feminine-identifying genderqueer and non-binary artists.



Artists may submit up to 10 individual (different artworks) pieces of work for consideration

Artists must ensure high quality of images, and we recommend 300 dpi jpeg.

Artwork images and bio must be uploaded directly to the form 

Bio and statement must be under 300 words each. 

Artwork does not have to be for sale. 


Entry Deadline: January 31, 2021, 11:59 pm EST.


All participating artists will be notified of the final decision by March 30, 2021. If your work is selected, you will receive further information at that time via e-mail from Submittable.

All selected work will be included in the print issue due by the end of April 2021. Artists will have an opportunity to review their spread and make edits if necessary before print.

All selected artists will receive a complimentary digital edition.


Submission fee is $35 for 3 images (non-refundable) 

Limit of submitted artworks is 10 

Bio word limit 300

Statement word limit 300


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Merge: Nation's Best Emerging Young Artists with Disabilities




The VSA Emerging Young Artists Program amplifies the voices of visual artists with disabilities through career development and professional empowerment. The competition seeks excellent work from emerging artists with disabilities, ages 16-25, residing in the United States.

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 participate in professional development activities provided by the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

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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 participate in professional development activities provided by the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.


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Independent & Image Art Space (Chongqing, China) presents an online exhibition open call with the theme of “Beyond Human Power”.


Beyond Human Power

The continuous spread of the novel coronavirus and the emotions it has caused have become the most direct and vivid explanation of force majeure, something beyond the control of human power. In most cases, the first thing that people think of is ruthless nature. The virus is an invasion of aliens and yet is not caused by nature alone. Its development involves human economic and social activities. In the end, our bodies will inevitably suffer the most from the things beyond human power. We invite artists worldwide to use their unique artistic creations to make their voices heard in this particular period and context.


December 26, 2020 – January 23, 2021


December 15, 2020 at 11.59 p.m. GMT+8


December 20, 2020


There is no limit on the art medium, size, year of production, artist age, or nationality, but the submitted works should respond to the exhibition theme “Beyond Human Power”.


artworks show at an online virtual exhibition;

digital exhibition certificate;

Chinese-English bilingual online feature at our website;

Chinese-English bilingual digital catalog to be published on ISSUU and widely promoted;

showcase the selected works on the internationally influential art platform: ARTLAND;

Chinese-English bilingual promotion on popular Chinese social media: WeChat Public Account and Art Express App, on platform: MEDIUM, and on international social media Instagram, Twitter, Facebook;

An interview with the artist, discovering stories behind the creation. The interview will be published on our promotional channels;

priority to our further events, including offline exhibitions in our Chongqing space, art projects, art fairs in China and internationally and other art events.


All artists will be considered for any further events, including offline exhibitions in our Chongqing space, art projects, art fairs in China and internationally and other art events;

Submitted works will be promoted to our social media if we think suitable.


Artist retains the sole copyright for the images;

Submitted images can be available for public viewing on our website and social media, including in relation to promotional activities for the exhibition;

All display images will be credited with their artist name.


$50 up to 6 works;

Submission fees are non-refundable.



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What Are You Voting For? ( A Virtual Exhibition)





FINAL ENTRY DEADLINE: September 24, 2020 | 11:59 p.m. CDT

NOTIFICATIONS: September 30, 2020

JURORS: Karen Gutfreund + Sherri Cornett | Gutfreund Cornett Art

Exhibition Description: With What are You Voting For, we ask — in this upcoming election year, what are the issues that will drive you to the polls? As the United States becomes more isolated from other countries due to its own policies and the current partisan political landscape, the lives of its citizens become more difficult and even dangerous through the erosion of social, health and environmental policies and even common decency. There is so much at stake in the November 2020 elections and there are so many issues that polarize and define us: racism, Black Lives Matter, women’s rights, abortion, the ERA, intersectionality, power, privilege, the Covid19 pandemic, masks, the climate crisis, unemployment, education, health care, jobs, the economy, voting, surveillance, privacy, constitutional rights . . .

With this exhibition, we ask you to share your voice and your vision, and to respond to the issues above in relation to policies, decisions, laws, protests, your experience, and attempts at civil dialogue and protest. Consider our democracy and the debate over freedom of speech, freedom of choice and freedom to choose to live as you wish. Whether you lean to the right or lean to the left, show us what you think through art that reflects and addresses these complex socio-cultural issues. Art submissions can range from literal to poetic, abstract to representational, and include social and political commentary.

Open to women-identified and non-binary artists from the local, national, and international community, Woman Made Gallery is seeking art that illustrates the issue(s) that will determine how they cast their votes this fall. This will be an on-line only exhibition, viewable on Woman Made Gallery’s website and social media channels.

Co-Jurors: Sherri Cornett + Karen Gutfreund | Gutfreund Cornett Art is a curatorial partnership that specializes in creating exhibitions in venues around the U.S. on themes of “art as activism” to stimulate dialog, raise consciousness and create social change.


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Applications Open | Stream your Art with WindowSight and Earn per Views



Artist Applications:

Applications are open for Artists on WindowSight (which are completely free).

WindowSight is exclusive to active professional visual artists (photographers, illustrators, painters, video and digital artists, Motion Graphic Artists…).

We aim to provide an alternative income that can ease and increase the artists’ recognition as professionals and overall, enhance quality in the arts.

In order to apply we will require links to your work, our team will validate that you are active as an artist and that you have a demonstrable professional career.

Before applying, make sure your art’s resolution is suitable for high quality TV display (8MP for image / 1080×1080 for video) and that you have at least 30 artworks to share on WindowSight.

Bear in mind that if your artwork is not naturally digital, it must be digitized in appropriate conditions to ensure a good experience when displayed.

Artists whose application are accepted will be sent an agreement with the terms to sign. Memberships can be cancelled at any time. No exclusivity is required.

While we assess you application, make sure you try two weeks of WindowSight Premium for free to see what your art would look like!


About WindowSight:

WindowSight is a new platform that connects professional artists worldwide with art lovers in a high quality digital experience: Artists publish their work in high definition and users worldwide can enjoy it on their TVs. Artists get paid directly through the subscription fees of the users that have watched them, on a monthly basis.

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