Call for Art: Solo Exhibition at Channel to Channel, Nashville, TN

Call for Art: Solo Exhibition at Channel to Channel, Nashville, TN

Deadline: 12/31/16

Elgibility: Any artist, living in the Southern portion of the United States, 18 years or older, is eligible to enter 2-D work in any medium. Please no photography at this time.

Specifications: Maximum size is 72” in any dimension. All work must be suitable for presentation or framed. Wall pieces must have appropriate hardware for hanging. The director will exclude work that does not conform to this standard.

Application: Please submit 5-10 .jpg images to dustin@channeltochannel.com. Drobox link ok. Include in the labeling of each file: Your Name, Title of the piece if applicable, size, medium. Please also include a CV.

Entry Fee: $20 – Paypal to dustin@channeltochannel.com

http://www.channeltochannel.com/call-for-artists/

Call for Art: 32nd Annual Positive/Negative National Juried Art Exhibition: P/N 32 ‘Curated’ and P/N 32 ‘Open,’ ETSU, TN

Call for Art: 32nd Annual Positive/Negative National Juried Art Exhibition: P/N 32 ‘Curated’ and P/N 32 ‘Open’, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee

Deadline: January 31, 2017

Organized by Slocumb Galleries under ETSU Department of Art & Design, P/N serves as platform for diverse and innovative contemporary art practices since 1985. This year’s juror is Dr. Anja Foerschner, independent curator, photographer and research specialist at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles, CA.

P/N32 ‘Curated’ – March 13 to April 7, 2017, at Slocumb Galleries. Dr. Foerschner wrote, “Recent political developments in Europe and the US testify to deep-seated divide, high frustration and fear seated in its population. The public discourse is characterized by political and economic themes with humane and cultural issues receiving less attention. The visual arts are pushed into the margins, even though their power as tool for expression of, reflection on, and change of social conditions is undeniable and currently becomes increasingly important. PN32 Curated seeks diverse work that reclaim art’s space in our society, especially in times of political/social upheaval; pieces that are created out of concern with cultural, social, economic and political circumstances.”

P/N ‘Open’ – March 13 to 31, 2017 at Tipton Gallery, has NO theme or media preference.

Open to US-based artists 18 years and older. Work max of 6 ft., installation/performance artists may submit video. Juror notification: February 15, 2017; receive accepted work: March 8, 2017. Juror’s Lecture and Awarding Reception: March 30, Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. Up to $1,000 in cash prize ($500 for Best of Show, $100/ea Honorable Mention) and exhibit opportunities with catalogue.

For inquiries, email SG Director Karlota I. Contreras-Koterbay via contrera@etsu.edu or call/text 423.483.3179. Entry fee: $36.www.etsu.edu/cas/art/galleries/positive-negative.php Deadline for submission: January 31, 2017.

https://etsu.slideroom.com/#/login/program/34661

Residency: The Hambidge Center, Georgia

Residency: Hambidge Creative Residency Program, The Hambidge Center, Rabun Gap, GA

Deadline: September 15

Hambidge provides a residency program that empowers talented artists to explore, develop, and express their creative voices. Situated on 600 acres in the mountains of north Georgia, Hambidge is a sanctuary of time and space that inspires artists working in a broad range of disciplines to create works of the highest caliber. Check out their application requirements. This is for dates in mid-February – April.

http://www.hambidge.org/application.html

Residency: The Bright Door Residency, Beaufort, SC

Residency: The Bright Door Residency, Beaufort, South Carolina

Deadline: Rolling Deadline

Bright Door offers a ten-day residency for artists, scholars and community leaders.  Located in the Lowcountry of Beaufort, SC, one of the many Sea Islands along the South Carolina coastline, this five-room 1,000 sq. ft. cottage in a racially diverse neighborhood is set within a residential community known as Pigeon Point.

This comfortable cottage has a quiet backyard and kind neighbors. It has plenty of natural light, and is equipped with overhead fans in each room, AC and Heating system, and cooking facilities.

Founded with the purpose of encouraging the development of creative ideas and projects, the residency allows for private use of the cottage and is geared towards those with the maturity and desire to explore the community and the environment independently.

The ten days are intended for retreat, research, and the drafting of creative projects.  Artists and researchers particularly interested in environmental studies, plein air painting, landscape art, drawing, composing, writing, research of Gullah culture, The Civil War, Slavery, Reconstruction are great fits for this residency, as are leaders in all fields looking for inspiration in their work. However, the residency is not restricted to those areas, so all are welcome to apply.

http://www.thebrightdoor.com/

Funding: Harpo Foundation Grant

Funding: The Harpo Foundation Grant for Visual Artists

Deadline: May 4

The award provides direct support to under-recognized artists 21 years or older.

Applications are evaluated on the basis of the quality of the artist’s work, the potential to expand aesthetic inquiry, and its relationship to the foundation’s priority to provide support to visual artists who are under-recognized by the field.

ELIGIBILITY
  • Self-defined under-recognized visual artist 21 years or older
  • United States citizen
  • Students who are enrolled in an undergraduate/graduate program are not eligible.
  • Not a previous recipient of a direct artist grant from Harpo.
  • Artists who have been supported by an organizational grant from Harpo in the past are eligible to apply for a direct grant.

GRANTS FOR VISUAL ARTISTS