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Emerging Artist Series at Riverviews Artspace

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The Emerging Artist Series at Riverviews Artspace is an initiative to assist up and coming local artists are looking to expand their CV and knowledge of exhibiting their artwork. Each emerging artist will receive an exhibit in our Rosel H. Schewel Gallery and Theater and work with our curatorial staff to plan and execute the showcase of their artwork. We define “emerging” as those early in their professional artistic careers, who may wish to learn more about gallery representation, building an extensive exhibition history and awards, or sustaining an income derived from art sales and commissions.  

Participants have the opportunity to build relationships with our community of artists and art professionals. The combination of exhibition and supplemental programing of “how-to”  (curate, artist statements, apply for exhibits, building a CV) is intended to further the recipients artistic practice, while encouraging career sustainability and empower their artistic voice. 

Interested artists should know:

The program is open to artists working in any media, regardless of artistic practice, age, background, socioeconomic level, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, and all levels of education. This program is for VA based artists, ideally those live within 100 miles of our artspace in Lynchburg, VA. Deadline for 2021 consideration is 12/11/2020.

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12/11/2020

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TEXAS ARTIST WANTED FOR PUBLIC MURAL

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Artspace111 is thrilled to announce a call for Texas muralists to design and execute a mural on the exterior of Artspace111’s iconic 109 year old building. The North facing wall is passed by 24,000 drivers on Weatherford Street every day leaving Downtown Fort Worth. Eligible artists will be Texas based. Artists must be willing to meet contractual obligations and adhere to the budget and timeline. One artist or artist team will be selected.

Artspace111's Vision: We welcome your vision! We encourage innovative ideas and diverse use of media/materials that create an accessible work for all and contributes pride to our community!

Identified Mural Area Description:

Artspace111 is looking for a Texas-based artist to execute a large mural on the North side of the building. The wall measures approximately 72 x 22ft  and is red brick. Artists are not strictly limited to the North side of the building and are not required to cover the whole wall. For example, the Artspace111 team is open to a mural that wraps around to the front (West facing side) of the building, or a mural that leaves exposed brick.

Application Requirements:

Artwork Proposal Powerpoint Presentation

Submissions must be in presentation pdf format, such as Powerpoint, limited to 20 pages maximum.  The presentation must contain:

1)     The artists contact information: Name, email, phone number, mailing address.

2)     Social & Web Profile information: Website URL, @instagram, etc.

3)     Proposed artwork for Mural Project. Renderings using images provided by Artspace111 are encouraged but not required. Images of building can be downloaded here.

4)     Narrative, summary, or intent of the piece suggested.

5)     Artist Statement*

6)     CV

7)     3 – 5 image examples of past completed work, identifying each work by title, materials used, and dimensions.

*Artist Statement: This statement should be brief, explaining why you want to be a part of the Artspace111 mural project, what your mural contributes to the outside space and the gallery as a whole, and explaining the artists personal ties to Texas. If a team is applying, explain the team member’s roles and why your team’s experience makes you the best candidates for this project. Please limit this to one page.

How to Apply: Please send your single document with all of the above information to art@artspace111.com with the subject line reading “Muralist Application-Artist Name.”

Project Details: Total project budget $8000. This amount includes the cost of supplies and equipment rental. Artist(s) will have to provide safety certification for any operational equipment that requires safety training. Artspace111 will not provide additional funds outside this budget for supplies and equipment rental. We realize each artist works differently with different materials, and for that reason, we are giving flexibility to the chosen artist to work within the available budget. Artspace111 will disperse ½ the funds at the beginning of the project, and the remaining ½ when the project is completed. Artspace111 will own the copyright of the mural artwork.

Deadline For Submission:

Presentations should be submitted to Art@Artspace111.com by January 15, 2021. Artist(s) will be notified by February 1, 2021. 

Timeline For Completion:

Mural complete by March 15, 2021.

 

Prize summary: 
Artist will receive $8,000
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Chosen artist will receive $8,000 for thier materials and time. 

Deadline: 
01/15/2021

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Keep Midland Beautiful Call for Artists - Public Art - "Wind"

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This opportunity is open to all artists emerging and established artists, individuals and artist-led teams, and artists working with a wide variety of media, who have completed projects for private clients, public agencies, or for grassroots/community projects.  Artist teams of any size may apply.  Prior Public Art experience is not a requirement to submit information to KMB.  Artists with West Texas connections are encouraged to apply.

Selection Process:

Information and materials submitted in response to the RFP will be evaluated by the KMB Board of Directors Beautification Committee.

Project:

Keep Midland Beautiful is accepting proposals from artist or teams of artists who wish to be considered for a permanent art installation in Midland at Island off W. Wall St, W. Front St, and Williams St, in Southwest Midland.  The site is in a busy business area with heavy traffic.  The artwork will be installed permanently on the Island in advance of native, drought tolerant plants being installed.  This installation will be the first in a series of art projects to be led by Keep Midland Beautiful.

Scope of Project:

KMB is seeking an artist or team of artists to create an original work of art that expresses “Wind” as a theme.  KMB is looking for applications showing artists conceptual plans and preliminary designs in advance of fabrication and installation of the work of art to be located at traffic island formed by W. Wall St, W. Front St, and Williams St, in Southwest Midland, illustrated in the Location Map below..  Because of the nature of business conducted by KMB, use of natural products and materials is recommended.

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The project budget is estimated at $50,000.  The amount budgeted for an artist or team of artists is all inclusive for the commissioned art project, including design; materials; fabrication; delivery; installation, including the pedestal (if necessary); insurance; and travel expenses.  Keep Midland Beautiful will separately fund promotion associated with this project.  KMB intends, and will have right, to use submitted concepts (models, illustrations, etc.) for project fundraising.

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01/18/2020

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Small Works 2020

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 Call for Entries: 2020 Small Works Exhibition

 Exhibition Dates: December 12, 2020 - January 2, 2021

 Submission deadline: November 16 at 12am

The 2020 Small Works exhibition at the Charles H. Taylor Visual Arts Center is a juried exhibition open to all Hampton regional and Virginia artists. Awards are given for First ($200), Second ($150) and Third ($100) Places along with five Awards of Merit in two categories, Small Works and Miniatures.

Artists are invited to submit up to six artworks total for consideration. Two-dimensional artworks must be no larger than 8 x 10 inches (not including frame), and overall with framing no larger than 12 x 14 inches. Three-dimensional works must be no larger than 8 inches on any side. 2D artworks smaller than 20 square inches and 3D artworks smaller than 5 inches cubed are considered “Miniatures”. Open to all media. The entry fee is $18 for up to six artworks. Submit online with Entrythingy at www.entrythingy.com/d=hamptonarts.net.

The submission deadline is Monday, November 16th at 12am.

Because the exhibition runs through the holidays, artworks selected to be included in the exhibition that are for sale may be removed at the time of purchase during the exhibition.

Notification to artists will be sent by email by end of day November 19th.

2020 Small Works Size Guidelines -

2D Maximum artwork size is 8 x 10” (with framing not to exceed 12 x 14”)

3D Maximum artwork size not to exceed 8” on any side or diameter

Artwork delivery dates for accepted artworks are Sat, Nov 21 1-5pm; Tues-Wed, Nov 24 and 25 10am-5pm; and Tues, Dec 1 10am-5pm. Artists shipping their work must include or email a return shipping label for their artwork. The deadline for shipped work is also December 1st.

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Exhibition Dates: December 12, 2020 - January 2, 2021

Submission deadline: November 16 at 12am

Notification to artists: November 19

Artwork Drop-Off: Sat, Nov 21 1-5pm; Tues-Wed, Nov 24 and 25 10am-5pm; and Tues, Dec 1 10am-5pm

Artwork Pick-Up: Tues-Sat, Jan 5 - 9

Artwork Sales: The sale price on your entries should include a 30% gallery commission. Works may be NFS. Hampton Arts will collect the 6% Virginia State Sales Tax on sales from the buyer at the time of purchase.

Insurance: From the time of delivery until the end of designated pick up dates, artworks will be insured by the City of Hampton in an amount up to and not exceeding $2,000, regardless of the sales price. Artworks that are NFS will only be insured up to that maximum amount. Artists are responsible for providing self-insurance for any amount of valuation over $2,000. By submission of artworks to the exhibition, artists acknowledges that the City of Hampton, Charles H. Taylor Visual Arts Center, Hampton Coliseum/Hampton Arts Commission and Hampton Arts Foundation liability is limited to $2,000.

Prizes Details: 

First ($200), Second ($150) and Third ($100) Place

Deadline: 
11/16/2020

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$18
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The Red Wall Project

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A new exterior public exhibition space, The Portland Red Wall Project, is looking for visual artists to create site specific banners.  Located at 2106 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, in Portland, Oregon.  This south facing wall is seen by thousands of vehicles a day. Exhibitions will change monthly highlighting the work of local artists.  

The Red Wall is a 10’ x 14’ red brick wall, a gateway to NE Portland. Artists are invited to submit proposals for banners with themes of equity, community, and diversity. In your proposal please address the dimensions and material of your proposed banner. 

 All complete submissions will be reviewed.  Artists will be notified by November 17, 2020. Selected artists will be expected to provide a weather resistant banner with a minimum of 4 corner grommets, one week before their exhibition date. 

Submission fee: $15.00

Deadline: 
11/08/2020

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$15
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Juried "BASL" Group Exhibition

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Voss Gallery is accepting entries for "BASL (Bay Art Seekers Lounge)," a group exhibition dedicated to amplifying the diverse voices of the Bay Area’s creative community. Submit up to three works that best represent your signature artistic style; all themes and subject matter welcome. A ‘Juror’s Choice’ award and two honorable mentions will be selected by guest juror, Cecilia Chia. The exhibition is on view December 2, 2020 - January 31, 2021. An award ceremony and exhibition preview with the juror will be held virtually on Instagram Live (@vossgallery) on Thursday, December 3rd, 6-7PM PST. Stay tuned for more information about our VIP evenings to view the work in person in an elevated and fun atmosphere.

IMPORTANT DATES:
*Deadlines for Entries: Sunday, Nov. 22nd (11:59PM)
*Notification by Email: Tuesday, Nov. 24th
*Delivery of Selected Works: November 25 - 29th, 12-6PM or by appointment (will be coordinated via email)
*Return of Unsold Work: January 31 - February 6th, 12-6PM or by appointment (will be coordinated via email)

ACCEPTED ARTWORK:
*All work must be 10 x 10 inches (and may not exceed 10 inches off the wall)
*All mediums are welcome to apply - must be ready to hang securely on wall (no freestanding sculptures)
*Entry Fee is $10 for one submission and $15 for up to three works
*Artists must be 18 + years and have a relationship to the San Francisco Bay Area (Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, & Sonoma)

Please contact Voss Gallery at info@vossgallery.art or 415-234-3691 with any questions. APPLY HERE.

Prize summary: 
A ‘Juror’s Choice’ award and two honorable mentions will be selected by guest juror, Cecilia Chia.
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A ‘Juror’s Choice’ award and two honorable mentions will be selected by guest juror, Cecilia Chia.

Deadline: 
11/22/2020

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Fee Detail: 
$10 for 1 work & $15 for up to three submissions
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