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Open Call: Publication Opportunity for Emerging Artist in Volume 11

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Publication Opportunity for Emerging Artists

Apply to have your work considered in Volume 11 by Friend of the Artist. FOA is a quarterly book dedicated to elevating the work of emerging artists around the world. Our publication releases every quarter and includes the work of artists who work in a variety of mediums. Accepted artists will have a four-page spread of their work, information, and artist statement. Volume 11 will be guest juried by Anna Mikaela Ekstrand, Angeliki Kim Jonsson, and Adele Smejkal and will be available in our store and online retailers including Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

 

Application Details

Accepted artists will have three works published in Volume 11, will receive a complimentary digital copy of the publication, social media post of work, discounts on books for family and friends, and free digital access to future publications.

Submission Fee

$30 for 5 Images
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$50 for 5 Images + Book

Deadline

October 13, 2019 (midnight, CST)

Eligible Artists

Artists of all academic disciples are welcome to apply. This includes painting, sculpture, photography, installation, and performance art. Works must be submitted in a printable format.

Guest Jurors

Anna Mikaela Ekstrand
Editor-in-Chief Cultbytes and Independent Curator

Angeliki Kim Jonsson
co-founder of Art/choke and founder of DYNAMISK

Adele Smejkal
co-founder of Art/Choke, Client Liason at Sotheby’s London, and founder of @as_artjournal

Juror bios:

Anna Mikaela Ekstrand

Anna Mikaela Ekstrand is a Swedish/Guyanese independent curator and publisher living in New York City. Although she curates across mediums, she is especially interested in exploring equitable ways to disseminate performance art. Anna Mikaela served as co-/curator for the performance art events 'Tales Of Tales' (106 Rivington, 2019), ’Grebnellaw: Sperming The Planet' (House of Yes and The Oculus, 2018), and 'Your Decolonizing Toolkit' (MAW, 2016). She has held curatorial positions at Metropolitan Museum of Art, Solomon R. Guggenheim, Bard Graduate Center, and Museum of Arts and Design. Deeply vested in research, she has worked on over a dozen in-museum and off-site art and design related exhibitions and their catalogs. Anna Mikaela is the founding editor-in-chief of Cultbytes, an online art publication that focuses on interdisciplinary and non-hierarchical art criticism. She holds dual MA degrees, in Design History, Material Culture, and Decorative Arts from Bard Graduate Center and in Art History from Stockholm University.

Instagram: @cultbytes @annamikaela_x

Angeliki Kim Jonsson & Adele Smejkal

We are two art enthusiasts and professionals with a diverse experience of working in the art world. Angeliki Kim Jonsson is the founder of DYNAMISK an Independent consultancy that offers Curating and Art Advisory. Alongside DYNAMISK she also hosts “In Conversation with..” which is an ever growing series of vibrant and unique conversations with pioneering individuals from the art world. Adele Smejkal works for Sotheby’s London and is also a freelance journalist and the founder of @as_artjournal, an Instagram based page about art. Through a shared passion for art and presence on social media, we have formed our friendship and partnership. Our story, vision and thinking alike inspired us to create the Art/choke.

Deadline: 
10/13/2019

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Fee Detail: 
30
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The Magazine of Contemporary Arts - Call for Submissions

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THE MAGAZINE OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS is an online publication covering visual arts from around the world. It is designed to assume an international platform where artists can be connected directly with art professionals, bringing their art to a worldwide viewership of 3.2 billion internet users.

The magazine is currently accepting submissions for its upcoming issue from visual artists relating to any medium. Digital images of paintings, drawings, graphic art and 3D installations of any size will be considered without limitations to the artist’s age, nationality, or country of origin. The curated works will be featured in the monthly edition of the magazine. Each month, the artworks and interviews from up to five artists will be displayed in the gallery. Thereafter, the works will be permanently archived in the monthly editions of the magazine for a small hosting fee.

Deadline: 
10/01/2019

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$25 / 3 images, or $35 / 5 images, (non-refundable) payable via PayPal
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The Taste of Life - Applications open !

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We invite visual artists working in all fine art media to participate in our contest.

Through this contest, we will offer 1 artist the chance to win free 3 weeks artist residency (travel + accomodation) at beautiful seaside resort — ArtFarm Liepaja with further opportunity to hold a solo exhibition at the gallery Artpegazs, Riga in 2020. We accepting all contemporary and fine art submissions that clearly employ and represent the theme of contest. The theme for 2019 is Taste of Life..

Organised by: the gallery Artpegazs in co-operation with the RZ collection.inc

Location of contest exhibition: the gallery Artpegazs, Rūpniecības str. 18, Rīga, LV-1010, Latvia

Location of artist residency: ArtFarm Liepaja, outskirts of LIEPAJA, Latvia

Show Dates: October 30th through November 26th, 2019

Opening Reception: October 30th, 5:00pm to 8:00pm

About This Contest

In the first stage, applications of the submitted images of works are assessed by a jury to make a selection of works for the exhibition.

In the second stage, artworks of 30 contest finalists are assessed in the contest exhibition at the art gallery Artpegazs and prizes are presented.

The Cost: €25 (about $28) per entry

The Prize: 3 weeks artist residency (travel grant + accomodation) at Artfarm Liepaja seaside resort (june–september) with further opportunity to hold a solo exhibition at the gallery Artpegazs in 2020.

Media Accepted: Painting, Illustration, Drawing, Printmaking, Mixed media. No more than 3 twodimensional works, with the widest side of the artwork not exceeding 150 cm.

Deadline: 
09/30/2019

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The Flat Files Open Call at OyG: 2020

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The Flat Files at OyG: 2020 will open with an exhibition on Saturday, January 11, 2020. The program will continue in our flat files until December 2020. Participating artists and individual works will be promoted and featured on OyG social media outlets, exhibition press release, our mailing list, and our website for purchase. All works will be available for visitor browsing at OyG.

 Visual artists working in drawing, painting, collage, photography, fiber, and other two-dimensional media are encouraged to apply. The artists will be selected by the OyG Co-Directors based on the quality of their work and commitment to their practice. 

 We are excited to develop and share this new program with you, as we continue to support unrecognized and deserving artists. We look forward to discovering your work!

Deadline: 
09/16/2019

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$20
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Calling all painters and sculptors

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Deadline extended to September 1st 

I am putting together my second online exhibition which will be curated by Kurt Beers director of Beers London Gallery.

The guest curator will select works from the open call. It is up to the curator how many works to select. The online exhibition will be carefully considered by the curator, the work selected will be posted on my website and my viral Instagram account.

Kurt Beers is the Director of Beers London art gallery and author of both 100 Sculptors of Tomorrow (2019) and 100 Painters of Tomorrow (2014). In his capacity as gallery Director since 2012, Beers has worked with emerging and established artists internationally, prioritizing an approach to contemporary art that is both progressive and thought-provoking. Through his work on both books with esteemed British art publishers, Thames & Hudson, Beers has worked to create an international network of artists with the goal of creating a legacy of books and an international fraternity of artists. Through continued collaboration with artists and organizations, Beers continues to spearhead one of the most regarded spaces operating under its first ten years in London. In 2015 and 2016, Beers London was listed in Blouin Media’s ‘500 Best Galleries Worldwide’ and in 2015 Director Kurt Beers was included in ArtLyst’s ‘Alternative Power 100’. Beers holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, and a Master’s Degree from City University in London, England. 

Submission Rules:

1) All Artists from any location can apply.

2) Work submitted must be painting or sculpture.

3) Image uploaded can not be larger than 500KB.

4) The Image must be clear with a clean white background.

5) There is a 10GBP $12.50 in USD submission fee (nonrefundable).

6) Artists can not submit more than once.

7) Collaborations are welcome.

8) The work will be posted on both the website and the viral Instagram page.

9) The work will remain on the website's archive.

10) By submitting you give consent to lines 8 and 9.

Deadline: 
09/01/2019

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
10GBP (equal to 12.50 USD)
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KLATCH 2.0 Residency

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Shift is pleased to support Klatch in their upcoming curatorial residency.

In their time at Shift, Klatch will be developing their own practices alongside developing curatorial skills and building relationships with other artists.

Klatch is extending an invitation to artists working within the Cardiff/South Wales area to take part in a 2 week residency with the collective in SHIFT Cardiff.

This is not an invitation to be part of our collective, just to join us in a residency.

Deadline: 4PM, 29.07.19

Residency: 05.08.19 - 18.08.19

Closing Event: 16.18.19

KLATCH STATEMENT:

Klatch was initially formed with the aim of celebrating our own distinctive approaches to
contemporary painting through curation that prompts critical discussion about what it means to
be a painter today. Our residency at Shift will offer other artists’ the opportunity to engage,
discuss, provoke and challenge each other within a shared space; a place to network, develop
practices’ in response to others, and to gain an understanding of working within an
interdisciplinary environment. We are welcoming artists from all disciplines to explore their
practice through sharing work with others, allowing others to experience in-progress/completed
works, and exploring contemporary practices through curation.
Within this residency, we aim to explore how each of our practices relate to each other and reveal
the different relationships that exist between contemporary practices. The space will be ever-
evolving as the artists participating in the residency will be collaborating together, and over the
course of the two weeks we will be inviting the public to join us for discussion.

Deadline: 
07/29/2019

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
No Fee
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