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Request for Exhibitions at Cherry Street Pier

The Delaware River Waterfront Corp (DRWC) is requesting proposals for exhibitions at its newest public space Cherry Street Pier (CSP). DRWC is a nonprofit with a mission to design, develop, program and maintain public amenities along the central Delaware River Waterfront. We aim to transform the waterfront into a vibrant destination for recreational, cultural, and commercial activities for the residents and visitors of Philadelphia.

Artfare Artist Submissions

Artfare is a new platform that allows artists and patrons to connect through our iphone app.  Patrons can follow artists, request studio visits, and purchase work posted by our curated group of professional artists. 

Artfare allows artists to present their work to a broad audience and connect with patrons both digitally and in person through studio visits, exhibitions and events. Using our iPhone app, artists can also discover and communicate with other artists and curators, and work together to independently organize exhibitions and events.

“Urban/Rural Conversation 2109”

Metro Detroit Artists come on into an exciting, collaborative show between Embrace Creatives and Michigan Art Share at the newly renovated Armory in Owosso. The intention of “Urban/Rural Conversation 2019” is to create connections between artists working in Metro Detroit and rural areas in SE Michigan. We're showcasing 2D work (no theme) and giving $75 of stipend money to every single accepted Artist! Plus, we'll deliver your artwork, free of charge (restrictions apply)

Mural Honoring HIV Long Term Survivors

Openhouse invites artists to submit qualifications and ideas for the design and implementation of a mural project at the Openhouse Community Center in San Francisco, the heart of a new, long-awaited housing complex for LGBTQ Seniors. The mural will honor and celebrate HIV Long Term Survivors, and create a welcoming environment for community members and visitors.

Studio Montclair's "Inspired By ... Quilts!"

For this exhibit, artists are asked to submit works of art that are inspired by the antique quilt collection at the Montclair History Center. We are defining inspiration broadly to include a shape, a color, a process, materials, or even a reaction to words that describe a quilt or the women who made them and their place in society. Please note: Existing artwork that fits this theme may be submitted for this call.

Pictures and descriptions of the quilts are available on Studio Montclair’s website, and a selection will be on display at the Crane House and Historic YWCA in Montclair during the months of April and May (Wednesday afternoons at 1 and by appointment). 

Call for Entries: Studio Montclair's State of the Arts 2019

Studio Montclair seeks entries for State of the ART 2019. An exhibition celebrating the talent and diversity of Studio Montclair’s artist members. All SMI members are guaranteed one piece in this exhibit. Renew your membership or join Studio Montclair today!

IMPORTANT DATES

Exhibit Dates: Friday, June 28 - Friday, August 9, 2019

Entry Deadline: Friday, May 3, 2019

Notification Date: Monday, May 6, 2019

Opening Reception: Friday, June 28, 2019 from 7 to 9 pm

Hand Delivery of Work: Wednesday, June 19 – Saturday, June 22 during gallery hours*. You or your agent must deliver all work within this time period.

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