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The 37th Annual Made in California Juried Exhibition

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About Made in California at the Brea Gallery

This annual juried exhibit showcases artwork from all over the state of California. MICA strives to highlight artists in all stages of their careers and offers them a chance to compete for a number of awards, including the coveted solo show opportunity. This regional show features artwork from an extensive variety of mediums and explores creative movements happening in California.

The Solo Show opportunity offered during MICA is a chance for artists to have their own solo exhibition in the Gallery that would run concurrent to the greater Made in California Juried Exhibition, and would include a separate title wall, show card, and a $350 cash prize. To enter, an artist must submit a cohesive body of work of between 5 and 10 pieces, along with an artist statement for the jurors, for a flat rate of $80. Meaning an artist can submit up to 10 pieces for just $80, rather than for $20 each for individual juried entries (a $200 value). Additionally, if an artist’s body of work is not selected for the solo show, each piece will then be considered individually by the jurors for the greater juried exhibition and would be eligible for all of the other awards (First, Second, etc.), so the work will be considered twice for the flat rate of $80.

Eligibility

Open to all living artists ages 18 and up, residing in California. All entries must be original, completed in the past three years, and not previously shown at the Brea Gallery. All mediums are welcome.

Prize summary: 
$2,500 in cash prizes will be awarded
Prizes Details: 

First Place: $750, Second Place: $500, Third Place: $250, Solo Show: $350, Director’s Choice: $200, Mayor’s Choice: $100, Staff Picks: $100 each, Popular Choice: $100. Honorable mentions and additional awards to be announced.

Deadline: 
02/18/2022

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Fee Detail: 
Juried Show: $20 per entry Solo Show: $80 per submission
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McCall Public Library Integrated Artwork

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Call to Artists: McCall Public Library Integrated Artwork
Deadline for Applications: Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Budget: $60,000
The City of McCall and McCall Public Library Board are seeking an artist or artist-team, 18 years or older and living within Idaho or one of its contiguous states, to work with designers and construction contractors to design, fabricate, and install artwork as a unique integrated or functional aspect of the upcoming 12,000 sq. ft. McCall Public Library Expansion Project. 

Prize summary: 
$60,000 project budget
Prizes Details: 

The budget for this project is $60,000. This is a not-to-exceed amount and covers all costs
associated with the process to identify and prioritize integrated public art opportunities within the
upcoming McCall Public Library Expansion Project, develop at least three distinct public art design
concepts to be vetted through community input (not to exceed 5% of the total budget), and all costs
associated with public art project implementation including, but not limited to: artist/consultant fees,
travel, insurance, materials, fabrication, site preparation, installation of the work, and title plaque
(95% of total budget).

Deadline: 
01/18/2022

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Call for Entry: Southwest Contemporary Vol. 5 — Collectivity + Collaboration.

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Southwest Contemporary Vol. 5 — Collectivity + Collaboration.

Guest juror: Darren Jones, U.S. editor-at-large for New Art Examiner and a frequent contributor to Artforum.

Deadline: December 10, 2021, 11:59 pm MT.

Published: March 2022.

Submission Fee: $15.

In SWC’s Spring-Summer 2022 issue, we will look at collectivity and collaboration in art throughout the Southwest, encompassing artists collaborating with other artists, interdisciplinary teams, and artists who work closely with communities, landscapes, materials, or media.

Collectives, collaborations, couples—artistic practice can be a team effort. The worlds of dance, theater, music, and film offer a paradigm of collaborative production with many players in different roles. Established artist studios employ teams of assistants, while young artists band together as collectives and reject hierarchy.

Themes that may come up in collaboration span utopianism, individualism, shared identities, new modes of creation, social structures, and more. In this issue, we will explore the benefits and pitfalls of working together toward common goals.

Who should apply

SWC invites artist collectives, artist couples, performing arts companies, artists involved with interdisciplinary teams, artists with collaborative projects, artists who collaborate with other artists, artists who collaborate with communities, environment, or material to submit work in any media or discipline related to the theme “Collectivity + Collaboration.”

Artists are encouraged to think broadly about the concepts of collaborative and collective modes of work.

Eligibility

Artists (18+), collectives, and organizations residing and working in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Northern Mexico, Texas, or Utah.

Juror: Darren Jones

This call will be juried by Darren Jones, an art critic, editor, and educator.

Jones is a Scottish-American art critic based in Fire Island Pines, New York and Key West, Florida. He is the U.S. editor-at-large for New Art Examiner and a frequent contributor to Artforum. He is the recipient of a Creative Capital/Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant. Darren teaches Curatorial Studies at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore.

Prize summary: 
Feature in print and online publication
Prizes Details: 

Twelve artists will be selected. Three selected artists will receive a profile article written by an SWC contributor accompanied by multiple images. Nine artists will receive a two-page spread including two to three images and up to 300 words of text. All selected artists will receive a feature on SWC’s newsletter and social media channels and a complimentary print copy.

Deadline: 
12/10/2021

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Fee Detail: 
15
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Exciting New Opportunity for Creative Teams in the American Southwest

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The Land Art Generator has partnered with an innovative project in New Mexico to help develop creatively designed on-site renewable energy, sustainable water resources, and other regenerative systems.

We're seeking expressions of interest from New Mexico and Southwest based architects, landscape architects, and other creatives who are interested in putting forward qualifications. Expressions of interest from WBE, MBE, DBE, and from Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) are highly encouraged.

We'll be providing stipends to four selected interdisciplinary teams to propose site-specific regenerative design interventions that support the rich and engaging programming that will be taking place within this beautiful New Mexico landscape beginning in 2023.

The plan is to take selected projects forward quickly to construction.

**Email lagi@landartgenerator.org for full Request for Qualifications document.

Prize summary: 
$12,500 stipend to generate concept proposal
Prizes Details: 

$12,500 stipend awarded to four selected teams to produce concepts + eventual commission contract for chosen concepts to be negotiated with land owner.

Deadline: 
01/07/2022

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Fee Detail: 
$12,500
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60th Long Island Artists Exhibition

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The Art League of Long Island invites artists from Suffolk, Nassau, Brooklyn, and Queens to submit entries to the upcoming juried exhibit featuring works by artists who call the four counties of the Island home.  The 60th Long Island Artists Exhibition is now a biennial exhibit and will be on view in the Art League’s spacious Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery December 4, 2021 through January 21, 2022.   The deadline to submit applications is Friday, November 5, 2021.

Entry for each artist is limited to five works not previously exhibited in the Art League of Long Island’s gallery, one of which may be chosen from among submissions by the exhibition juror.  Two and three-dimensional original work in any medium may be submitted, including photography and fine craft, with the exception of videos. 

The Art League is honored to have Joshua Ruff serve as juror for the Long Island Artists Exhibition. Joshua Ruff is the Deputy Director and Director of Collections & Interpretation at the Long Island Museum of American Art, History & Carriages, in Stony Brook, NY. Mr. Ruff is a graduate of Syracuse University (BAs in Broadcast Journalism and also in History) and Stony Brook University (MA in History). He has worked at the Long Island Museum for 24 years in a variety of positions, including as Curator of its History and Carriage Collections. He was also Senior Lecturer in History at St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue, NY for 20 years. He has served as an editor of the Long Island History Journal since 2009. Mr. Ruff has curated more than 60 exhibitions, including, most recently, Fire & Form: New Directions in Glass (2021) and Perfect Harmony: The Musical Life and Art of William Sidney Mount (2019), which traveled to the Fenimore Art Museum, in Cooperstown, NY. In addition to co-authoring several books and exhibition catalogs, he has articles in publications that include Magazine Antiques; American Art Review; American History magazine; and the Long Island History Journal. Mr. Ruff lives in Stony Brook, NY.

 

Prize summary: 
$250 Awards of Excellence
Prizes Details: 

$250 Awards of Excellence and Honorable Mentions of one year memberships in ALLI will be given at the discretion of the judge.

Deadline: 
11/05/2021

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Fee Detail: 
Members: First 2 images = $40; $5 each additional image up to 3. Total maximum 5 images. “Member Code” is emailed to all current members. Non-members: First 2 images = $50; $5 each additional image up to 3. Total maximum 5 images.
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ATF Animation Pitch & Formats Pitch 2021 deadlines extended!

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ATF Animation Pitch + ATF Formats Pitch - FINAL DEADLINE EXTENTION!

The ATF Animation Pitch is the premier pitching competition for anyone dying of infatuation with animation, who has new & innovative concepts. Targeted at kids.

The ATF Formats Pitch is the platform for anyone with an obsession of the impromptu, to showcase new and original, unscripted (non-fiction) entertainment formats for development and export within the region, and the world.

If you’ve got innovative concepts in animated content, FLAUNT IT!

A great idea for an unscripted entertainment format? SHOW IT OFF!

You never know when your star will shine!

New Deadline: 10 OCTOBER 2021

Prize summary: 
SDG3500 cash to be won!
Prizes Details: 

The winner will receive a S$3500 cash award and opportunity to materalize your idea into visual reality!

Deadline: 
10/10/2021

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