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The Scarab Experiment's Last Call for Entries

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Artwork is STILL being accepted for one of the longest running crypto art projects (Began 2014) which will conclude with the creation of the first SCARAB official artwork.  The work is created from a combination of every artist's submission. Every artist that submits will also receive a SCARAB token.

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SCARAB token asset
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One SCARAB token assets provided for each artist' submission.

Deadline: 
26/October/2022

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Free and all entries accepted
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Urban Nutcracker Auditions - FINAL CALL

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The renowned Holiday Ballet with an urban twist.  The soulful celebration is set on Atlanta’s own Sweet Auburn Avenue in the 1940’s, featuring Reggae Ragdolls, Arabians, Black Russians, the Coca-Cola Pas de Six, along with Mother Spice and her Spice Drops. It is all led by the elegant Brown Sugar and her Chocolatier.

DATE: October 8, 2022

TIME: 2:30pm - 3:45pm

FEE: $15 - Register & pay at ballethnic.org

Location: 
Ballethnic Academy of Dance 2587 Cheney St. East Point, GA 30344
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Wales Contemporary / Cymru Gyfoes

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Wales Contemporary / Cymru Gyfoes, is an international open competition inviting artists from all around the world to enter work in 2D or 3D in any subject matter.

Developed in 2019 by the Waterfront Gallery with the support of the Welsh Government, Wales Contemporary / Cymru Gyfoes, has established a strong reputation for championing and rewarding contemporary artists and their diverse practices, throughout a wide range of prizes and a touring exhibition promising to inspire wide audiences of art lovers.

For its 2022 edition, Wales Contemporary received close to 2,000 entries from 1,000 artists living across 42 countries including the United Kingdom, Bulgaria, Norway, France, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland, Japan and the United Arab Emirates

After much deliberation, a shortlist of 144 works by 117 artists have been selected to showcase their work in the 2022 exhibition.

The 2022 shortlist was selected by a panel comprised of distinguished art professionals: Rebecca Salter RA, President of the Royal Academy, Morfudd Bevan, curator of the National Collection, The National Library of Wales and Jill Piercy, curator, and writer.

“As a selector, I was impressed by the high quality of entries with submissions from over forty countries worldwide” says Jill Piercy. “I look forward to seeing the original works by the finalists and selecting the prize winners for Wales Contemporary 2022.”

“We are delighted that this important competition was recognised in so many countries around the world” notes David Randell, Curator and Director at the Waterfront Gallery. “Bringing an exhibition of this quality to the far western fringes of Wales to share with our communities is an important part of our ethos.”

The shortlisted artworks will be available to see in the Wales Contemporary / Cymru Gyfoes exhibition at the Waterfront Gallery, Milford Haven, from Saturday 1st October 2022, with the Private View and Prize Announcements occurring on Friday 30 September 2022. The exhibition will then tour to the gallery@OXO, central London, in November 2022.

The first and second iterations of Wales Contemporary invited work ‘Inspired by Wales’. Now in its third instalment, the 2022 exhibition has expanded its horizons, inviting entries in any subject matter, across mediums of painting, sculpture, drawing, print, ceramic, glass, textile, collage, mixed media, and more.

Viewers can expect to see sweeping seascapes, snow tipped mountainous terrains, tender interiors and still life frames, photo realistic and evocative landscapes, abstract and surreal scenes of imagination, figurative and portraiture subjects and striking sculptural forms to name but a few.

Placed in dialogue with one another, the works within this year’s exhibition not only present representations of what makes Wales Welsh, but brings together a dynamic selection showcasing exceptional, diverse, and original expressions of contemporary practice across the globe today.

David Randell, Curator and Director at the Waterfront Gallery said: “The Waterfront Gallery is immensely proud to be bringing this prestigious competition to Milford Waterfront again, and of our partnership with the Port of Milford Haven. We particularly appreciate them being our lead sponsor for the Wales Contemporary international fine art competition and subsequent exhibition.” 

Tom Sawyer, CEO for the Port of Milford Haven commented: “We are delighted to be supporting the Wales Contemporary art competition. The Waterfront Gallery is an important cultural asset to Milford Waterfront, and one we are very proud to collaborate with.”

 

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A total of £14,000 will be awarded to outstanding works in the 2022 exhibition:

Two Dimensional Prizes, sponsored by the Port of Milford Haven:

  • 1st Prize: £3,000
  • 2nd Prize: £1,500
  • 3rd Prize: £750
  • 4th Prize: £500
  • 5th Prize: £250

Three Dimensional Prizes, sponsored by Valero, “Proud to support the arts in Pembrokeshire”:

  • 1st Prize: £3,000
  • 2nd Prize: £1,500
  • 3rd Prize: £750
  • 4th Prize: £500
  • 5th Prize: £250

And a People’s Choice Award worth £2,000, generously sponsored by Rob Thompson and Tessa Pryor-Thompson.

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The Waterfront Gallery; gallery@oxo
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Hogue: 125 Inspired Oklahoma Landscapes

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The University of Tulsa's School of Art, Design and Art History is pleased to announce a Call for Entry to the Alexandre Hogue 125: Inspired Juried Exhibition. This exhibition is inspired by Hogue's reverence for nature and the sense of identity found within it. It celebrates portrayals of Oklahoma's physical and cultural landscapes which include political, social, environmental, or interpersonal influences that shape who we are.

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Daughter of Alexandre Hogue, Olivia Hogue Mariño, will select cash Prize winner.
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2930 E 5th St, Tulsa, OK 74104
Deadline: 
01/November/2022

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This exhibition held at the Photobook Cafe, London will mark Original Magazine’s 2nd anniversary. Where has the time gone!! In response to this, our Editors Michael and Emily have collaborated with Matt once again, to offer the opportunity to creatives from across all disciplines to showcase their work within a thriving art community. This is an open themed exhibition so we encourage artists from all disciplines, backgrounds, and levels to submit for the chance to be selected in this immersive exhibition space.

Dates: November 22nd - 26th November 2022
Private Viewing: Monday 22nd November @6:30pm

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Physical exhibition in London, website and social media feature.
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Physcial exhibition in a thriving art community at the Photobook Cafe, Old Street, London. 
22nd - 26th November
Private Viewing 22nd November @6:30pm - till late
Your work will also be featured across Original Magazine's website and socials with the Photobook Cafe promoting the exhibition also. 

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Photobook cafe, Old Street, London
Deadline: 
04/November/2022

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£10.00
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"The Art of the Poem"

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The Art of the Poem

This exhibition allows artists to interpret words visually and see a poem as a visual creation that is no different than a photo, painting, or drawing. Poetry draws emotions in a dramatic and impactful way through its use of words to display visual stories. The artist’s reaction to the poem will allow a visual collaboration between the literary and the visual arts.

The exhibit’s goal is to allow the artist to create art that is an interpretation of the raw emotions from reading a specific poem (See below).

Poem “a child’s harmony”, by Uzomah Ugwu

He held his guitar like a woman on the verge
Of a still birth and in such hardship, her own welfare stared back at him
Chord for chord it was like he was birthing the child for new air

His harmonies outlasted the night filled with trauma it was
The kind of brightness that brought light to lampposts
In a hurry, he gathered his guitar close like he knew note for note his job

Had begun to overshadow what it was meant for
With all eyes on him and the storms of people begging for an encore

He reached out his hand and bowed to an audience that
For a few hours felt what was in his heart and as he left the stage

His song fell apart into a mother’s arms where there was a child all
From the extension of his arms that explained why he did perform

The poem was first published in Light Journal, NYC, USA. Light Journal, “A child’s Harmony” (2019).

Deadline: 
24/October/2022

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Is free to apply but we do charge a 50 EUR fee for each accepted submission.
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