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Landscape Competition at the Art League of Long Island

Land, Sea & Sky 

June 27 - July 24, 2020

Reception: July 1: 6:00-8:00pm

Exhibition Juror: Karli Wurzelbacher, Ph.D., Curator, Heckscher Museum of Art

Deadline for Submissions: May 22, 2020 by 4pm

This exhibition will concentrate on landscape imagery, embracing seascapes, cityscapes, garden scenes and woodland, for example, and may be rendered both realistically or abstractly.

Open to artists residing in Suffolk, Nassau, Brooklyn and Queens. Entry is limited to five works not previously exhibited in the Art League of Long Island's Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery, one of which may be selected by the juror for admission. 2D & 3D original work in any medium may be submitted, including photography and fine craft. Sorry, no videos.

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$300 Awards of Excellence and Honorable Mentions of one year memberships in ALLI will be given at the discretion of the judge.

Deadline: 
05/22/2020

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First 2 images = $50; $5 each additional image up to 3. Total maximum 5 images
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Chalk + Street Art

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Domain NORTHSIDE is currently hosting a Call for Artists for ”Live Chalk/Street Art” to be held at Domain NORTHSIDE on March 28, 2020. Domain NORTHSIDE in conjunction with Mini Masters Art Studio + Creativity Lab are proud supporters of local area artists. We would be pleased to accept your artwork for consideration as a participant in this live art event. We welcome you as a participant in the Open Call process. Please see below for important dates and information.

Age of Entrants: Entrants must be 18 years of age or older. 

 

Deadline: 
03/15/2020

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Riposte

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RIPOSTE organises exhibitions in unconventional spaces across London: warehouses, private houses, night clubs. Our next exhibition is on Friday 10th April and we are looking for artists to showcase their finished work and work-in-progress to a friendly queer audience! 

All mediums are welcome: video, painting, sculpture, installations, etc. The format is an ephemeral nocturnal exhibition merging arts, performance and techno music. We want this place to be an evening of creation, exploration and discussion. All your ideas are valid and we can help you make it reality.

There is no complex intermediaries and no commercial pressure, 100% sales go directly to the artist. 

We can’t wait to hear about your project, and we can help you make it reality.

Deadline: 
03/16/2020

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Grant funding applications open for The Royal Docks’ summer festival, Join the Docks 2020

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The Royal Docks Team has announced that grant applications for its unique summer festival, Join the Docks 2020, is now open to groups, organisations and individuals from across London. Activities large and small will be considered for this month-long summer festival, with a wide variety of grants available.

Join the Docks returns to London’s Royal Docks for a month-long celebration in August 2020. Organised by the Royal Docks Team, a joint initiative between the Mayor of London and the Mayor of Newham – the festival aims to inspire visitors and locals to discover and celebrate the area’s 4km of historic docklands as well as its beautiful parks, water, diversity, creativity and more.

Last year, the Royal Docks funded and hosted over 150 different events and activities ranging from heritage walks, silent disco tours, poetry workshops, gigs, art exhibitions and more.  In excess of 50,000 people, of all ages, attended from London, the UK and internationally.

Join the Docks is east London’s only waterfront, summer festival. The vast area of the Royal Docks has a rich social, trading, engineering and industrial history – once a centre of world trade for London. Today the Royal Docks is on the cusp of major transformation with thousands of new homes, jobs, public spaces and amenities coming forward as part of the area’s regeneration.  Investment in culture and community wealth building will ensure the Royal Docks re-emerges as a significant destination for business and tourism, with a reputation for nurturing local creative talent, investing in cultural facilities and curating a world-class programme to put the area on the map.

Grant applications are open to both new and existing activities. Proposed activities must take place in the Royal Docks between 7 August and 6 September 2020, be low cost to attend as well as be accessible and inclusive. While applicants do not need to be based in Newham, applications must include a partnership with an organisation based in the borough.  

All ideas for activities are welcome. Those who would like to take part have until Friday 17 April to apply. The Royal Docks will be hosting an open to all Q&A session regarding Join the Docks on Thursday 12 March at The Crystal building from 4:30 pm-6 pm.

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04/17/2020

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JAMAICA FLUX 5TH EDITION CALL FOR NEW YORK ARTISTS

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Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning (JCAL) is now accepting submissions through March 28, 2020 for Jamaica Flux: Workspaces & Windows 2021 . JCAL seeks proposals from artists to research the neighborhood of Jamaica, Queens, in 2020 for the presentation, and possible creation, of new, site-specific, public art projects that engage the local community in 2021. 

Not confined by gallery walls, Jamaica Flux is a contemporary public art project in which visual and performance art are displayed at a variety of locations along Jamaica Avenue in Queens, NY, including public and private open spaces and storefronts. With the intent to build equity and expand cultural inclusion throughout Southeast Queens, Jamaica Fluxstrives to commission and present art that involves the local community and creates changes in behavior and policy while also documenting the developments and contradictions that arise in the process.

First conceived in 2002 as a pilot program addressing the isolation of the art gallery from the community, Jamaica Flux has evolved with the community in every iteration to reflect the pressing issues of the times and to advocate for social change through the arts. Now in its 5th iteration, Jamaica Flux: Workspaces & Windows 2021 is dedicated to advancing research and visual and performative actions that foster social change, critical public discourse on advocacy, policy change, economic growth, collective civic action, and community engagement. The project aims to bring artists, local residents, curators, scholars, community leaders, developers, and politicians together to catalyze the transformative power of the visual arts, building on the cultural legacy of Jamaica while addressing the challenges of a quickly growing local economy.

This is an exciting time for Downtown Jamaica, and we believe this iteration of Jamaica Fluxis timely to document the rapid changing neighborhood and to be a platform for artists to voice concerns and advocate ideas. Artists living in New York City are eligible to apply, and all media is welcomed.

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Artists will receive $500 for their research that involves dialogue and collaboration with local businesses, sites, and/or social organizations around Jamaica Avenue. Research outputs (drawings, renderings, photographs, video, text, interviews, maquettes, mark-ups et. al) will be exhibited in the Miller Gallery at the Jamaica Arts Center, from May 14 through July 10th 2021.

Depending on available funding, the artists will receive additional support of up to $2,500 to materialize their visions of creating new, site-specific, public artworks, and present their project to the public in the physical site proposed, along with related programming in 2021. A published print catalog will be produced and distributed both on- and offline following the exhibition in 2021. 

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03/28/2020

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Artists Who Teach 2020

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Exhibition Description:  Artists Who Teach is an annual juried exhibition presenting the artwork of Hampton’s regional art educators.Artist and educator Clay McGlamory will be this year’s juror. McGlamory taught at Old Dominion University for 19 years and has been teaching at the Governor’s School for the Arts for 28 years. He runs his own press, Half Ass Press, based in Norfolk, and is current President of the Virginia Glass Guild.

Online submissions for the Artists Who Teach 2020 juried exhibition at the Charles H. Taylor Visual Arts Center in Hampton, VA are now being accepted at Entrythingy.com.

Submission deadline is Wednesday, February 26th.

The entry fee is $10.

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Awards will be given for the David J. Levinson Best in Show Award ($1000), First ($500), Second ($250) and Third ($100) Places. Additionally, the Best In Show winner is awarded a solo show in the CTVAC Annex Gallery the following year.

Deadline: 
02/26/2020

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$10
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