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What Are You Voting For? ( A Virtual Exhibition)

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VIRTUAL EXHIBITION DATES: October 9-31, 2020

FINAL ENTRY DEADLINE: September 24, 2020 | 11:59 p.m. CDT

NOTIFICATIONS: September 30, 2020

JURORS: Karen Gutfreund + Sherri Cornett | Gutfreund Cornett Art

Exhibition Description: With What are You Voting For, we ask — in this upcoming election year, what are the issues that will drive you to the polls? As the United States becomes more isolated from other countries due to its own policies and the current partisan political landscape, the lives of its citizens become more difficult and even dangerous through the erosion of social, health and environmental policies and even common decency. There is so much at stake in the November 2020 elections and there are so many issues that polarize and define us: racism, Black Lives Matter, women’s rights, abortion, the ERA, intersectionality, power, privilege, the Covid19 pandemic, masks, the climate crisis, unemployment, education, health care, jobs, the economy, voting, surveillance, privacy, constitutional rights . . .

With this exhibition, we ask you to share your voice and your vision, and to respond to the issues above in relation to policies, decisions, laws, protests, your experience, and attempts at civil dialogue and protest. Consider our democracy and the debate over freedom of speech, freedom of choice and freedom to choose to live as you wish. Whether you lean to the right or lean to the left, show us what you think through art that reflects and addresses these complex socio-cultural issues. Art submissions can range from literal to poetic, abstract to representational, and include social and political commentary.

Open to women-identified and non-binary artists from the local, national, and international community, Woman Made Gallery is seeking art that illustrates the issue(s) that will determine how they cast their votes this fall. This will be an on-line only exhibition, viewable on Woman Made Gallery’s website and social media channels.

Co-Jurors: Sherri Cornett + Karen Gutfreund | Gutfreund Cornett Art is a curatorial partnership that specializes in creating exhibitions in venues around the U.S. on themes of “art as activism” to stimulate dialog, raise consciousness and create social change. https://www.gutfreundcornettart.com/about-us.html

Deadline: 
09/24/2020

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$30
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90th Annual Juried Open Exhibition

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This call for submission is open to all artists 18 years of age or older living in the U.S. This is a juried online only exhibition for artists working in all traditional and non-traditional 2D and 3D media, including sculpture. All artwork must be original in concept, design and execution. Photography, film, video, computer art, reproductions (such as giclee, prints) are not acceptable unless used as part of a mixed media artwork or collage. Installation art or performance art is not accepted. No crafts (such as jewelry) or kit work. No size limitations. Artwork previously exhibited in a judged show at the NAL will not be accepted. Deadline for Submissions is September 12, 2020.

Juror & Judge - James LaMantia - Owner and Gallery Director at the LaMantia Gallery, NY

Exhibition will be featured and on view on the National Art League website from October 1 – October 31, 2020.

Prize summary: 
Over $2000 in awards
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First Prize $500
Second Prize $300
Third Prize $200
Bette Worthington Sullivan Memorial Award $250
Merit and Honorable Mention awards

 

Deadline: 
09/12/2020

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$25 one entry, $10 second entry
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2021 Embracing Our Differences International Art Exhibit Celebrating Diversity--$3000 in prizes

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The centerpiece of Embracing Our Differences is an outdoor juried art exhibit featuring 50 billboard size images created by local, national and international artists and writers. The display reflects the artists' interpretations of the theme "enriching lives through diversity." The exhibit is displayed annually at Bayfront Park in downtown Sarasota. The winning artworks combine a deep understanding of both medium and message.

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$3000 in total prizes
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Awards are given for "Best-in-Show Adult," "Best-in-Show Student," and "People's Choice" categories, with the last chosen by visitors to the exhibit. Adult winners each receive $1,000; students receive $1,000 with $500 to be directed to the student and $500 to their school’s art program, if they worked under the direction of an educator.

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10/07/2020

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28th Annual Emerald Coast National Juried Fine Arts Exhibition

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The Mattie Kelly Arts Center Galleries of Northwest Florida State College cordially invite you to apply for the 28th Emerald Coast National Juried Fine Arts Exhibition, hosted annually. This year's juror is Ndubuisi "Endy" Ezeluomba, Ph.D., Francoise Billion Richardson curator of African art at the New Orleans Museum of Art. Artists may submit up to 3 works of art, and the Best-in-Show, first-place winner not only receives $1000, but is also given the opportunity to host a solo exhibition in our Holzhauer Gallery, adjacent to next year's 29th Emerald Coast National. 

When submitting artwork for consideration, please follow the informational PDF for labeling artwork submission photos and filling the attached entry form. A link within the informational PDF has been provided to pay the $35 entry fee, which funds the exhibition set-up and monetary prizes. 

The entry deadline is Monday, July 6th, 2020 @ 11:59 PM CST, and artists will be notified of their acceptance by Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020. If complications arise, artists will be updated and notified regularly. 

Prize summary: 
Best-in-Show receives $1000 and solo exhibition the following year.
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Our Best-in-Show winner will not only receive a cash prize of $1000, but will also receive a solo exhibition within our Holzhauer Gallery during next year's juried exhibition. Other cash prizes will be awarded to (2) second prize winners, (3) third place winners, and up to 4 honorable mentions. 

Deadline: 
07/06/2020

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$35
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LOSS, A Virtual Exhibition

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VIRTUAL EXHIBITION DATES: September 4-27, 2020

FINAL ENTRY DEADLINE: August 1, 2020

NOTIFICATIONS: August 8, 2020

(Please note: one artwork from each submission is guaranteed to be included in this virtual exhibition.)

Exhibition Description: "Every loss that we experience is individual, and how we navigate through it is also a varied experience. Those around us may try to comfort us in various ways, but often don’t know what to say or do, because we all experience grief or loss in different ways. Not only that, when we think of loss in the broader since of the word, that can encompass a great many other things. With the advent of Covid-19, some people are experiencing loss in the form of loved ones, jobs, divorce, businesses, independence, travel, family celebrations, and so on. How has loss impacted you?" -Felicia Grant Preston  

Juror/Curator: Felicia Grant Preston is an art instructor and visual artist. She received a BA in art from Southern Illinois University, an MS ED from Northern Illinois University, and an MA from Chicago State University. In addition, she has studied at the University of Illinois, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Governor State University and The Savannah College of Art and Design. Her work has been included in the Paul R. Jones collection at the University of Delaware, considered one of the largest collections of African American art.  Publications include the University of Delaware’s 2005 date book, Abstract and All That, University of Delaware exhibition catalog, African art: the Diaspora and beyond by Daniel T. Parker, Cover design for Mystic turf poems by Quraysh Ali Lansana, and one image in Revise the Psalm: Work Celebrating the Writing of Gwendolyn Brooks, edited by Quraysh Ali Lansana, and Sandra Jackson-Opoku, 2016. 

Deadline: 
08/01/2020

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$20 for up to three images
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HOME, A Virtual Exhibition

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ONLINE EXHIBITION OPENS: July 3, 2020

ENTRY DEADLINE: June 6, 2020

NOTIFICATIONS: June 18, 2020

(Please note: one artwork from each submission is guaranteed to be included in this virtual exhibition.)

Exhibition Description: Due to Covid-19 the theme of home is particularly relevant now. With the Stay at Home orders everywhere, so much of life is impacted. Home is often presumed to be a safe sanctuary or retreat that one goes to reconnect with themselves, but that is not the experience for many who face trauma and violence at home or who do not have a stable home to go to. How have the Stay at Home orders impacted this for so many people globally? How have they navigated resources and relationships from isolation? What of their physical and emotional well-being?  And what of those who cannot stay at home because they are essential in their positions or cannot take time off of work and keep their jobs?  How has this impacted their relationship to home and loved ones they want to protect there?

Juror/Curator: Jennifer Weigel is a multi-disciplinary mixed media conceptual artist. Weigel utilizes a wide range of media to convey her ideas, including assemblage, drawing, fibers, installation, jewelry, painting, performance, photography and video.  Much of her work touches on themes of beauty, identity (especially gender identity), memory & forgetting, and institutional critique.  Weigel’s art has been exhibited nationally in all 50 states and has won numerous awards. For more information visit https://www.jenniferweigelprojects.com/

Deadline: 
06/06/2020

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