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Identity

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How does one identify? Merriam-Webster defines identity as “the distinguishing character or personality of an individual”. What do we consider our distinguishing characteristics? Do we define ourselves by where we are from? Gender, race, orientation? Or maybe our careers and hobbies? Identity is vital to our senses of self, community, and ambitions. 

Manifold global invites artists of all backgrounds and mediums to submit artwork related to the theme “identity” 

ELIGIBILITY:  Artists from any country are welcome to apply with works in any medium: painting, sculpture, digital, printmaking, fiber, photography, mixed media, installation and more. A university degree is not required to participate in our open call. 

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS: 1-5 images of individual artworks, a short bio, CV, and artist statement, website or social media link, and your contact information. Please see our application form for further details.

SUBMISSION FEE: $15 for 1-5 images of individual artworks (non-refundable*) 

Judging Criteria- Originality, interpretation of the theme, quality, demonstration of ability, and usage of medium

Jurors- Matthew Pring

Emily Strong

Important Dates:

Deadline to submit work- 7/26/2021

Opening date for show - 8/6/2021

Show closes and is archived- 9/29/2021

APPLICATION:

Please read the format requirements carefully to avoid errors with the form.

Send any questions or concerns you may have via email to info@manifoldglobal.com

REQUIREMENTS:

Artwork images, bio, CV, and statement must be uploaded directly to the form 

Artwork does not have to be available for purchase. 

Image Requirements: 

Artists must ensure high quality of images, we recommend 300 dpi jpeg or png

mage should not exceed 5MB.

Image should not contain any frame, mat, or watermark.

Image should be clear and in focus, this represents your work and it will be displayed and judged the same way it is received. 

Any video submissions must include a vimeo or youtube link to ensure proper display on the website

After completing the entry form, you will be directed to the payment page. The entry fee must be paid in full for your works to be entered.

SUBMISSION INFORMATION:

Bio word limit 300

Statement word limit 300

All accepted works will be displayed in our 2D and 3D virtual galleries with the artist name, title of work, medium, dimensions, and a link back to their website, or email address if they do not have a website.

Sales- All sales are conducted solely between the artist and the buyer. Manifold Global Art Gallery does not handle any part of the sale or collect any commission.

Usage Rights

By submitting your work, you, the artist, agree to allow Manifold Global to use your image for the following purposes. Manifold Global may use your image for the art exhibition it is submitted to as well as any future show for marketing, promotional, and display purposes. You, the artist, also agree to allow Manifold Global to archive your image as part of a show. This will be available for public viewing on our website. (www.manifoldglobal.com) Your image will include your name, title of your work, and your website, if applicable.

The artist shall maintain all copyrights of any image that they submit to Manifold Global. Images will not be resold, exchanged, copied, or downloaded from this website.

Deadline: 
07/26/2021

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$15
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Art Hole - Now Calling for Entries!

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Art Hole is an independent artist-run and ad-free international print and online publication dedicated to showcasing and promoting experimental and progressive contemporary art, which reflects modern society and its environment, provokes conversation and action; fosters innovation and diversity of mediums which make today’s art scene so intriguing and versatile.

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05/25/2020

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Free
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Solo Exhibition of Simon Dvorak

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Gallery 1855 thrilled to exhibit the works of Simon Dvorak. Simon Dvorak’s realist work depicts the places, artifacts, and history of the American culture and heritage.  Mr. Dvorak is particularly interested in the way the American history of road travel has shaped the landscape as well as the visual remnants of that history. Simon Dvorak studied at U.C. Davis graduating in 2000 from the Art Studio program.  He now lives in Davis, CA with his family. Works can be found at https://www.etsy.com/people/dvorak2?ref=hdr_user_menu

The Art of Painting in the 21st Century Conference

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The Art of Painting in the 21st Century is an annual conference, in
its seventh year, and is geared towards nurturing dialog on
contemporary painting and the shared ideas that define current trends
in the field. Many painters work alone, an isolated process that
deprives the artist of thriving debate until the work is shown. This
year’s conference will feature the world renowned painters Richard C.
Whitten,Mark Van Proyen, Chester Arnold, Melissa Chandon and Richard
Hull.
In an intimate setting, interact with top artists in a way not
possible elsewhere. UC Davis, home to artist Roy de Forest, Roland
Peterson, Wayne Thiebaud, and Robert Arneson, was instrumental in
defining a new direction for a uniquely West Coast style. Nowhere else
in the country will the participant be able to interact and discuss
the purity of painting in one place. Meet face-to-face with
distinguished artists you might only read about; see and hear what
makes them the top of their field. No other conference lets the
participants discuss and comment on modern painting with such inspired
knowledge and insight.
The conference’s goal is to gather artists from varying communities,
allowing for open interaction between young students and professionals
in the field, fostering the strong tradition of painting and culture
in the Northern California region.

Schedule of Events
10:00 am Technical workshop by Chester Arnold.
1:00 pm Lecture by Richard Hull
2:15 pm Lecture by Richard Whitten
3:30 pm Panel discussion featuring Melissa Chandon and critic Mark Van Proyen.
7:00pm Artist Reception and Gala

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