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The Creative Time Emerging Artist Open Call

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The Creative Time Emerging Artist Open Call

Application Dates: January 21 - March 15, 2020

The Creative Time Emerging Artist Open Call is back! Following the resounding success of the inaugural iteration -- which culminated in Risa Puno’s The Privilege of Escape in summer 2019 -- New York’s leading public art nonprofit is once again inviting emerging artists to submit proposals for a socially engaged public artwork.

The call is open to New York City-based, practicing artists at a pivotal juncture in their career, who have not yet received substantial support from a major cultural institution. Creative Time is most interested in ideas that take unconventional exhibition formats, speak to a pressing social issue, and engender public dialogue or debate. The project should be timely, and hold the potential to spark critical public exchange.

Proposals will be accepted between January 21 and March 15, and the selected project will be presented in New York City in 2021.

Deadline: 
03/15/2020

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*CALL FOR ENTRY / NYC-BASED PHOTOGRAPHERS* PHOTOWEEK NYC, OCTOBER 2019

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Deadline: Apply by October 3rd, 2019

Exhibition Dates: October 14-19th, 2019

Free submission entry

Pollinate and The Martin Bough Project is excited to present the first edition of PhotoWeek NYC that will feature 15 photographers exhibited in 15 local businesses’s storefronts. Artworks will be available for purchase online thanks to QR codes that visitors and passersby will be able to scan with their smartphones. 100% of the sales will go to the artists.

Concept:

PhotoWeek is New York City’s street-wide photography exhibition that works directly with local businesses and undeveloped land to help drive foot traffic to the stores that give the city it’s unique character. Starting on 27th Street (Fashion Institute of Technology) and finishing on 14th Street, 7th Avenue (The New School) the exhibition will provide a platform to the city’s aspiring artists and photographers by giving them a unique way to showcase their work. A reinvention of the retail experience, PhotoWeek will provide a reason for New York residents to re-engage with the businesses on their block by building community, driving commerce, and fostering creative collaboration.

Events: 

Drawing on the PhotoWeek Friends and Family we will host pop-up walking tours (1 per day) hosted by influencers from the creative and business community. Tour guides include: award winning entrepreneurs (Gary Vaynerchuk, Bonin Bough), advertising world luminaries (David Droga, Hannah Broffman), Grammy Award Winning musical artists (Wyclef Jean), c-suite executives from creative businesses (Adobe, Kodak, Canon USA).

Eligibility: Artists must be located in NYC. We embrace diversity and encourage photographers from all backgrounds to apply.

Artists must have photos already printed but we will provide frames. We have 16x20 inch black frames available and mats precut for 8" × 10" prints. We will have art handlers to help for the installation but we welcome and encourage the artists to help out during installation.

 

Deadline: 
10/03/2019

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Seeking Artists: Chinese American Arts Council/Gallery 456 scheduling exhibitions for 2020

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Gallery 456 is the visual arts exhibition space of the non-profit Chinese American Arts Council. Since 1989 we have presented more than 250 artists from the US and around the world, with an emphasis on contemporary artists of Chinese heritage, offering many their first opportunity for a NYC gallery exhibit or solo show.

Located in Soho, our 700 square foot gallery presents eight to twelve shows each year, along with periodic special events and arts-related programming. We select works from emerging as well as more established artists representing a range of styles.

We are currently scheduling exhibits for the 2020 calendar year and welcome submissions from artists or groups of artists.  There is no fee to apply, and we accept proposals on an ongoing basis, but submissions before September 30, 2019 will receive priority consideration for the upcoming year.

As a non-commercial gallery, we primarily provide exhibition space, staffing, promotion to our mailing list and local Chinese-language media, and an opening reception. We do not offer stipends or transportation. Artists are responsible for shipping/transporting and installing the work, and any expenses specific to their show. Shows generally run for 4 weeks, at the end of which artists are required to arrange for removal of their works. There is no fee for the space, but CAAC receives a small commission if any works are sold.

We are open to any art form suited to our space: usually painting, photography, works on paper, as well as sculpture, ceramics, and textiles. Installations must accommodate access and foot-traffic. As our gallery adjoins an office, there may be practical constraints for works with sound, video, lighting, or electronic components. Our exhibit scheduling is not generally conducive to performance art.

Please review the information below on our website for details.

Feel free to visit the gallery at 456 Broadway, 3rd floor, New York, NY 10013 — but kindly submit proposals by email, do not mail or drop off physical materials.

 

About Gallery 456:

www.caacarts.org/gallery

Prior Exhibits:

http://www.caacarts.org/dp/node/2?mi=d

Floor Plan:

http://www.caacarts.org/wapp/caac/_docs/floor_plan_gallery_456.pdf

Deadline: 
09/30/2019

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