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"Out of Wounds: Art Uncovering Gender Violence"

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Gender violence is a direct correlation to gender inequality; a social issue deriving from gender norms, and distinctions or assumptions made on biology. Gender violence includes sexual assault, rape, partner violence, sexual harassment, stalking, sex trafficking, and prostitution. Many people around the world experience a form of gender violence, with the majority being women.

 “Out of Wounds: Art Uncovering Gender Violence,” is a platform to allow those who have, or have known someone who has experienced gender violence, to artistically express themselves and their views.  We encourage you to join us on this journey to gender equality, which aims to use art to uncover the multiple forms the patriarchal system uses to oppress women.

This call is open to all women artists regardless of their age, location, education, race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation.

“It is not only that we need to live in order to act, but that we have to act, and act politically, in order to secure the conditions of existence.” Judith Butler

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Culturally Arts Collective is a nonprofit organization for arts education, outreach, and exhibitions based in the United States. We strive to promote a culture of artistic innovation upholding the academic integrity of the arts, uplifting contemporary expression, and challenging the status quo.

We are currently looking for National and International artists to submit works for the upcoming call: "Out of Wounds: Art Uncovering Gender Violence". Emerging and mid-career artists are invited to submit their 2-d work and be considered to join our strong artistic community by exhibiting in our 360-degree 3-D gallery at the Milostka Center for Exhibitions.

Prize Summary: 
Online Gallery Publication
Prizes Details: 

Get your work published in a 360-degree 3-D virtual art exhibition in Culturally Arts Collective's Milostka Center for Exhibitions. Get your work published in the exhibition's catalog, have an artist interview published on our site, and have your work exhibited in our spring benefit gala. With an audience in 76 countries, get your work seen and join a global community of arts advocates and gain access to exclusive professional development opportunities, education, and networking. 

Deadline: 
10/June/2022

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Fee Detail: 
NO FEE
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"Out of Wounds: Art Uncovering Gender Violence"

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Eligibility:

Gender violence is a direct correlation to gender inequality; a social issue deriving from gender norms, and distinctions or assumptions made on biology. Gender violence includes sexual assault, rape, partner violence, sexual harassment, stalking, sex trafficking, and prostitution. Many people around the world experience a form of gender violence, with the majority being women.

 “Out of Wounds: Art Uncovering Gender Violence,” is a platform to allow those who have, or have known someone who has experienced gender violence, to artistically express themselves and their views.  We encourage you to join us on this journey to gender equality, which aims to use art to uncover the multiple forms the patriarchal system uses to oppress women.

This call is open to all women artists regardless of their age, location, education, race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation.

“It is not only that we need to live in order to act, but that we have to act, and act politically, in order to secure the conditions of existence.” Judith Butler

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Culturally Arts Collective is a nonprofit organization for arts education, outreach, and exhibitions based in the United States. We strive to promote a culture of artistic innovation upholding the academic integrity of the arts, uplifting contemporary expression, and challenging the status quo.

Prize Summary: 
Online Gallery Publication
Prizes Details: 

Get your work published in a 360-degree 3-D virtual art exhibition in Culturally Arts Collective's Milostka Center for Exhibitions. Get your work published in the exhibition's catalog, have an artist interview published on our site, and have your work exhibited in our spring benefit gala. With an audience in 76 countries, get your work seen and join a global community of arts advocates and gain access to exclusive professional development opportunities, education, and networking. 

Deadline: 
27/May/2022

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
n/a
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Throughlines

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The Indianapolis Art Center announces a Call for Entry to Throughlines. Throughlines is a juried exhibition featuring contemporary drawing – contemporary takes on a traditional technique. This exhibition will highlight the world of drawing today and the richness found in the wide variety of techniques, styles, and aesthetics involved. The Art Center is calling for entries from artists 18 or older working in any drawing related media in the United States. Work made with any drawing technique or work that utilizes drawing as a critical component are eligible.

Eligibility:

Submission is open to all artists over the age of 18 residing in the United States. Work must be made within the last two years and cannot have been previously shown at the Art Center. All work must be original and made by the artist or artist team. Collaborative works made between artists are eligible for inclusion. All drawing related mediums are eligible. Installation artists should contact us before applying to ensure compatibility of space. Artwork must not weigh more than 250 pounds or be larger than 10 feet in any direction.

Entry Fee/Images:

$25 non-refundable entry fee for the submission of two pieces. $5 for each additional piece submitted up to 15 pieces max.

Accepted Work:

The Indianapolis Art Center exhibitions staff reserves the right to remove any works from the exhibition based on special installation circumstances or discrepancies between the juried images and actual work.
All accepted work must remain on display until the end of the exhibition, December 17, 2021. 
All work must come ready to install/hang. For multi-media and other installations, artist should be available to assist with installation (to take place October 18, 2021 to October 29, 2021). 
All work may be offered for sale. The Art Center retains a 35% commission on all sales.
Notification of acceptance will be sent by January October 4, 2021.

 

Delivery:

All artwork must arrive by Monday, October 18, 2021.

Artist is responsible for either hand-delivering or the shipping cost and insurance of the work while in transit. Work must be shipped in a reusable container and return shipping is also to be paid by the artist. Hand-delivered work may be dropped off beginning Monday, October 4, 2021.

-The Art Center is open: Monday – Friday 9a.m. – 10p.m. Saturday 9a.m. – 6p.m. Sunday Noon – 6p.m.

Awards:

Best in Show - $300.00

Two Best of Best runners-up will also be award $100 each

Exhibition Timeline:

-Submission Deadline: September 30, 2021
-Notification of Acceptance: October 4, 2021
-Work Delivery: October 4, 2021 - October 18, 2021
-Installation: October 18, 2021 - October 29, 2021
-Exhibition: November 1, 2021 - December 17, 2021

Prizes Details: 

Awards:

Best in Show - $300.00

Two Best of Best runners-up will also be award $100 each

Deadline: 
30/September/2021

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$25 for two entries, $5 for additional entries
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Summer Exhibition Open Call

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Project Gallery V hosts four seasonal online shows a year, each with a guest juror who selects artists' works exclusively from the open call. We are currently accepting submissions for our Summer 2021 online exhibition curated by Samantha Rippner!

Samantha Rippner is the Associate Director of the Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University. As an independent curator, she co-curated the exhibitions Pulled in Brooklyn for the International Print Center New York in 2019 and Word as Image: Highlights from the Marmor Collection for The Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University in 2015. From 1999-2014, Rippner worked as a curator at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, organizing a number of exhibitions, including Rhythms of Modern Life: British Prints 1914-1939 (with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) and The Prints of Vija Celmins.

The title of the show will emerge via accepted works, there is no theme for entry. Artists will be notified of acceptance by June 8th via email. All submissions will be considered for the summer exhibition and for our Instagram Friday highlights.

The online exhibition will run from June 15-July 15th, 2021. Once you've completed your application, please pay the $15 submission fee through Paypal to projectgalleryv@gmail.com. Artists are encouraged to upload up to 5 artworks. All submissions are due Friday, May 28th by 11:59pm.

Deadline: 
28/May/2021

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Fee Detail: 
$15. 00
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Empirical Abstraction - Paintings / Drawings. Call for Entry

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Paintings / Drawings

Please submit artworks executed in Suprematism, Cubism, Constructivism, Futurism, Bauhaus, Minimalism, Geometric Abstraction....

Abstract Art has firmly established itself in our lives as an expression of freedom from the concrete representation of objects. Artists use many ways to express their emotions, experiences, and ideas through lines, colors, geometrical forms, and textures. Relying on observations and sensations, they convey their thoughts and vision of the world around them.

Virtual Exhibition: Twenty-six (26) selected works in two categories (Painting/Drawing) will be showcased in the virtual gallery, promoted on all social media platforms, and distributed via email to all our subscribers. All selected artists will be published on Issuu digital catalog. 

Prizes Details: 

Award: Two artworks will be selected as the best in the show. Two winners will be awarded the Certificate for The Best Artwork. Special Recognition Category Certificate will be awarded to all other selected artists.

 

Deadline: 
12/April/2021

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Fee Detail: 
$15 for 3 submitted artworks
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NYC OPEN CALL 2021: TWO SOLO EXHIBITIONS at OYG PROJECTS

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Ortega y Gasset Projects is an artist-run curatorial collective and exhibition space founded in 2013 and located in Brooklyn, NY. 

We are pleased to announce an Open Call for TWO Solo Exhibitions to open in September of 2021: one in the main gallery space at OyG and one in The Skirt, OyG's dedicated space for site-specific installations.

Both opportunities will include an opening reception on Saturday, September 11, 2021, $500 honorarium for each artist/proposal, and one programmed event (an artist talk or a closing event), and will be promoted on OyG social media outlets. OyG Co-Directors will work with the artists and make studio visits leading up to the opening of the exhibitions, if possible. The artists are required to fully participate in the exhibitions' installation and deinstallation.

Visual artists of all disciplines and geographic locations are encouraged to apply. The artists will be selected by a panel of OyG Co-Directors based on the quality of their work and commitment to their practice. Artists are highly encouraged to specify which space they'd like to exhibit in, the main gallery space or The Skirt (The Skirt space is dedicated to site-specific installation work). The OyG Co-Directors will make the final decision on which space the winning proposal will be realized.

An alternate list of candidates/runners-up will be posted on our website and are considered for future programing at the gallery. Past/future exhibition artists that we discovered from our past Open Calls include: Austin Ballard, KT Duffy, Patrice Helmar, Jihyun Hong, Familien Iglesias, Ezra Jude, Cameron Granger, Carl E. Hazlewood, Rose Nestler, Norm Paris, Ben Pederson, Padma Rajendran, Adam Liam Rose, Winnie Sidharta, Kuldeep Singh and Kate Stone.

To see images of the spaces, please go to: www.oygprojects.com/spatial-specs

Ortega y Gasset Projects is an artist-run curatorial collective and exhibition space founded in 2013, located within the Old American Can Factory building in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn. OACF is a 24-hour access building accessible by the D, R, N, W, F, G trains. For more information about OyG please visit our website at www.oygprojects.com.

OyG Co-Directors:

Eleanna Anagnos (Mexico City / Brooklyn, NY), Clare Britt (Chicago, IL), Eric Hibit (Queens, NY), Leeza Meksin (NY, NY / Columbus, OH), Nickola Pottinger (Brooklyn, NY), Adam Liam Rose (Brooklyn, NY), Tiffany Smith (Brooklyn, NY), Zahar Vaks (Brooklyn, NY), Lauren Whearty (Philadelphia, PA)

Prize Summary: 
$500 honorarium
Prizes Details: 

$500 honorarium for each artist/proposal, and one programmed event (an artist talk or a closing event), and will be promoted on OyG social media outlets. OyG Co-Directors will work with the artists and make studio visits leading up to the opening of the exhibitions, if possible. The artists are required to fully participate in the exhibitions' installation and deinstallation.

Deadline: 
05/March/2021

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
30.00
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