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California Black Voices Project

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Grant funding opportunity for Black artists or curators in California to create or curate artwork(s) for an exhibition at Minnesota Street Project.

Minnesota Street Project Foundation invites Black artists or curators in California to create original artwork(s) or an exhibition. The program’s vision is to recognize and reward the exceptional work of Black artists and curators in California. The five chosen grantees will receive $10,000 and be provided space at the 1275 Minnesota Street Project Galleries to feature their newly developed works. All work will also be presented on Adjacent, Minnesota Street Project’s newest virtual viewing space for art.

Request for Proposal accessible here.
Artists apply here, and curators apply here.

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The five chosen grantees will receive $10,000.
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The five chosen grantees will receive $10,000 and be provided space at the 1275 Minnesota Street Project Galleries to feature their newly developed works. All works will also be presented on Adjacent, Minnesota Street Project’s virtual space for art.

Deadline: 
08/31/2020

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What I Make of My Space

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Share a space that you have been spending more time in during physical distancing, or an area that you simply love to inhabit. Rather than a simple room view, how can you capture the essence of your confinement, or – conversely – your enjoyment of the space? You may include a description, poem or written piece that you feel better describes your image. All mediums are welcome, including video. This exhibition will be curated, exhibited online and shared publicly through social media. If you're an artist, awesome, you know the drill. If not, then break out your smartphone and get creative. Make art, then let’s share it together!

 

Deadline: 
06/05/2020

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Habitat California: Flora & Fauna

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Habitat California: Flora & Fauna
February 8 – April 18, 2020
Traditional and Digital Media Juried Exhibition
Palos Verdes Art Center  (pvartcenter.org)
Juror: Tulsa Kinney, Editor of Artillery (artillerymag.com)

 This invitational and juried all-media exhibition focuses on the plants and wildlife of California in the shifting ecosystems they inhabit. Entry is not restricted to California-based artists. Traditional media including painting en plein air is welcome, as well as sculpture, photography, video, and new media including VR (virtual reality), AR (augmented reality), and internet-based art.

Welcome areas of inquiry include, but are not limited to:
* Continuing the California Landscape and California Impressionist traditions.
* The intersections of urban, suburban, and wildlife habitats.
* The effects of climate change on wildlife and botanical habitat and species.
* Explorations in new media featuring California flora and fauna.

 Contemporary juried-in works will be accompanied by works by select invited artists, as well as historic pieces by noted California painters.

 Juror: Tulsa Kinney is the editor and co-founder of Artillery, a contemporary art magazine based in Los Angeles established in 2006. She received her MFA at USC in 1988 and has been in numerous solo and group art exhibitions for over two decades. At that time she was teaching digital imaging at various Southern California colleges along with her graphic design career at the LA Weekly. Tulsa started writing about 20 years ago and her articles have been published in the Los Angeles Times and LA Weekly. She continues to write about art and stay deeply immersed in the contemporary art world.

Application Deadline: December 31, 2019
Jury Dates: January 2 – 7, 2020
Artist Notification: January 8, 2020

Deadline: 
12/31/2019

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$40
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Only in Cali

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Calling all artists for a group show investigating the multitudes of roles California has played in the artists' practice, and exploring its influences and what sets it apart from the rest of the World.

 

Humans of the Earth: HOTE, an artist-run contemporary gallery, announces a call for entries for its inaugural summer group exhibition Only in Cali.  

The submission is open to all artists, local and international with a strong connection to California. 

Submit work that is influenced by California, and/or focuses on your relationship with California past or present.   What does it represent? How does it differ from the "norm"? Is your work influenced by its nature? beaches? technology? car culture?  And ithis time of uncertainty, does your art practice question how California is stepping up and what sets it apart? or how it is lagging? 

All Mediums are welcome.  If you are submitting a proposal/concept for a piece or series, please state the complete details of your proposal, and include any sketches, blueprints, in the description page.  Art should be ready to be delivered and hanged one week before the exhibit.

Deadline is Midnight (Pacific time) July 19th, 2017.

Please direct any questions you might have to galleryhote@gmail.com with the subject "Only In Cali Inquiry"

Deadline: 
07/19/2017
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