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Canis Lupus Familiaris

This October, Allen Street Art is presenting an exhibition celebrating man’s best friend. Dogs are humanity’s first domesticated animal, having become close to people even before the advent of agriculture. Coming from a common ancestor of modern wolves, the first confirmed domesticated pup, known as the Bonn-Oberkassel dog, lived over 14,000 years ago but archaeological remains of suspected domesticated dogs exist as far back as 36,000 years ago.

We are looking for Western New York artists who have depicted humanity’s first animal companion. All mediums and styles accepted.

Every artist is invited to submit up to 5 artworks. Hanging artworks accepted into the exhibition must be wired on the back and sculptural works must fit atop a 12″x12″ pedestal.

Call for Artists: Responding to Edward Mitchell Bannister

Edward Mitchell Bannister (1828-1901) was a prominent Black artist who was born in New Brunswick, Canada, and lived in Providence in the last decades of his life. He was the first artist of color to win a national art award when he received First Prize at the Centennial Exposition of 1876 in Philadelphia, and he went on to help build Providence into a New England cultural center, becoming a driving force in establishing the Providence Art Club in 1880.

The Bannister Community Art Project and Bannister Gallery at Rhode Island College are seeking professional artists to participate in and create new artwork for an exhibition that responds to Edward Bannister’s life and artwork. We welcome broad interpretations of the theme and a variety of artistic media.

Artspace Call for Artists

The Arts Council of Lake Oswego (ACLO) invites artists to submit their work for a juried exhibition at the ACLO gallery, Artspace, during fall 2024. 

Esteemed art historian Sue Taylor, Ph.D., will be the guest juror working with Artspace's Curator and Program Manager. The exhibition will be on view at Artspace from September 6 to October 25, 2024. 

This exhibition is open to residents of Lake Oswego, Portland, and the surrounding areas of Multnomah, Clackamas & Washington counties. We strongly encourage artists in under-represented communities to apply for this opportunity, including artists who identify as Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, Pacific Islander, and people of color; LGBTQIA+; low-income, and artists with disabilities. 

BRAC Artist Studios Program

Professional artist studios in BRAC's recently renovated building are now available for up to two
year residencies, on a year to year basis, for artists working in various visual art disciplines
including: painting, photography, sculpture, video, installation and new media. Selected artists
will have the opportunity to produce new work and make use of BRAC’s extensive resources in
support of their creative practices.

BRAC’s non-living studios are accessible Monday to Friday, 10am to 10pm, and on weekends
from 10am to 6pm. Each open-plan studio varies in size from 250 to 400 sq ft. and ranges in
price from $425 -$650.

Manifesta del Raval

This is an open call for artists living and working in Barcelona to participate into a fringe festival under the name “Manifesta del Raval”. This event will take place in the margins of Manifesta 15 that runs from the 8th of September to the 24th of November 2024. This initiative is looking for inspiring new ideas and perspectives how create a sustainable and inclusive environment in Raval that celebrates its diversity and creativity while preserving its cultural heritage and fostering a vibrant urban landscape that benefits everyone and engage the community.

2024 Virginia Artist Juried Exhibition

Virginia artists (ages 18 and over) are invited to submit up to three original artworks for consideration. Original artworks created by the artist within the past two years and not previously shown at the Charles H. Taylor Visual Arts Center are eligible. All media, styles, techniques, and subject matter are eligible. Artwork should not exceed 60” in any direction (including framing) or weigh more than 150 pounds. Artwork must be properly labeled on the back (Name, Title, Media, etc.) Accepted artworks must be delivered dry and ready to hang (no sawtooth hangers) and remain on view for the duration of the exhibition. (CHTVAC reserves the right to refuse artworks that do not meet installation requirements or are otherwise judged unsuitable).

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