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#2 Open Call for Artists

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OPEN CALL FOR ONLINE EXHIBITION                     

Dafne Project is pleased to invite emerging and established artists to submit artworks for its 2nd online exhibition. We aim to present a diverse body of artwork in different mediums and styles and for that we will select artists to feature their work at Dafne-Project website for a minimum of two months, displaying their work in the online collective gallery, each pic linked to the artist.

Also, artists with selected works will be given the opportunity to associate in a 2nd level and have a personal artist page in our website as well as dynamic posting in Dafne Project’s social media pages.

TIMELINE

Open Call launch: 10-November- 2019

Entry deadline: 30-November-2019 (midnight)

Announcement of Participating Artists: 10-December-2019

Online exhibition: from 15-December-2019 to 15 February 2020   

Who Can Participate: All visual artists, national and international artists may apply.                       

How are artists selected: Dafne-Project is curated by its founders and they will be the jurors reviewing and selecting the pieces submitted.

Accepted artworks: all 2-dimensions works (painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, digital art, mixed media, illustration, etc) but do not apply pieces dated prior to 2018

Entry Fee: none

 

DAFNE PROJECT

Supporting artists by contributing to overcome obstacles every artist has in their ongoing quest to show their work, gain experience and visibility.

We aim to present a diverse body of artwork in different mediums and styles and basically we work in 3 levels and to participate artists submit their work spontaneously or via Open Calls (like this one) - more info in Dafne Project's website.

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11/30/2019

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CALL FOR INTERNATIONAL ART: LONDON GROUP EXHIBITION

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GROUP EXHIBITION IN LONDON

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Deadline for entry: 25th of October 2019

Warbling invites international submissions of contemporary art for a curated group exhibition to be held in Hoxton, London from the 27th November - 30th November 2019.


Titled ‘Perhaps we should have stayed’, it’s completely up to each artist submitting to come to their own conclusions on how the title might relate or sit nicely alongside their practice. It’s interesting to read different ideas and interpretations of our titles in the submissions form, however it is not obligatory to do so and often if a work stands out, it can be related in some way to the other works being considered within the exhibition as a whole.

The exhibition is to be curated by artist Robyn Graham and to be held at Hoxton 253 which is an artist-run gallery and project space in Hoxton, London. Hoxton 253 is run by artist Zsuzsa Benke and photographer Mirko Boffelli with the objective to provoke critical dialogue within contemporary culture and society.

 

Deadline: 
10/25/2019

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£20
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DAVID & GOLIATH

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Artists may submit up to 3 artworks to be considered for the show. Only artworks smaller than 14" x 14" OR larger than 48" x 48" will be accepted. May submit a mix of small and large works, or all similarly sized works to the show.

Please upload a high resolution image of EACH INDIVIDUAL WORK. Images may be used for marketing purposes and will also be used by jurors to select artwork for the exhibition. Please label images with the artist's last name and corresponding number of the submission (example, Hazell.1.jpg, Hazell.2.jpg, Hazell.3.jpg)

All submissions must be filled out via this form. Jurors will be selecting artworks for the exhibition electronically and OCAF does not have the facilities to house artworks not currently on display. Therefore we can not accept any physical artwork submissions.

Deadline: 
09/08/2019

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Fee Detail: 
$25 OCAF Members, $30 Non-members
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