Call for Art: The Chautauqua National Juried Exhibition: Order & Chaos, Fred Parker Giles Gallery, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky
Eligibility: Any artist, 18 years or older, is eligible to enter work in any medium except video. All entries must be the original work of the artist.
Theme: The subject of the art must relate in someway to the theme of Order and Chaos.
Specifications: Maximum size is 55” in any dimension. All work must be suitable for presentation or framed. Wall pieces must have appropriate hardware for hanging. Plexiglas glazing only. The director will exclude work that does not conform to this standard any accepted work that differs significantly from the entered image may be disqualified. Note, that the gallery walls are carpet covered ¾” plywood. Transparent pieces will be affected and some screws are too long for the walls.
Application: Each artist may enter three pieces. Go to https://www.callforentry.org
Entry Fee (The Chautauqua National Juried Exhibition: ORDER AND CHAOS Entry Fee): $30.00
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.
Call for Art: Ormond Memorial Art Museum, Ormond Beach, Florida
Deadline: November 1
OPEN CALL TO VISUAL ARTISTS
The Ormond Memorial Art Museum is accepting submissions from artists in a variety of styles and media for exhibitions in late 2017 and 2018.
Individual and small group submissions are welcome. The museum is not able to cover shipping costs of work.
Exhibition at the Ormond Memorial Art Museum is open to any artist or collaborative of artists submitting original works of art or design created within the past three years.
Professionals in ALL disciplines are encouraged to submit.
Open to any media including but by no means limited to traditional drawing, glass, printmaking, digital/new media, photography, sculpture, painting, installation, etc
Funding: Foundation Prize, Peripheral Vision Arts
Deadline: September 18
Peripheral Vision Arts is now accepting submissions for the inaugural Foundation Prize. This traditional competition honors one artist working in each of three categories: 2D, 3D, and Intermedia. Prize recipients will receive a stipend of $300, an Artist Profile page, and a takeover of our Instagram account (4 posts, 2 days). Fifteen percent (15%) of applicants will be named Finalists. Finalists will receive an Artist Profile page and an Instagram takeover.
Call for Art: Clemson National Print and Drawing Competition, Lee Gallery, Clemson, South Carolina
Deadline: October 14
“Adaptable: Facing the Future”
The exhibit is an exploration into the nature of change and the responses it elicits through a wide variety of contexts. It explores the range of our adaptability to our ever evolving and changing environments.
http://www.clemson.edu/centers-institutes/cva/images/lee-gallery/2017-print-and-drawing-form.pdf#print and drawing form
Call for Art: 6th Annual Armstrong National 2-D Competition Exhibition, Armstrong State University, Savannah, Georgia
Deadline: October 20
The Fine Arts Gallery at Armstrong State University is proud to announce its 6th Annual Armstrong National 2‑D Competition Exhibition. Over the past five years we have had over a thousand art works submitted to this competition. Each year the judges select 30 finalists. We are proud to announce that online submission is now available for this most diverse 2-D competition. The show will feature 2-D artwork including, but not limited to, drawing, graphics, painting, textiles, printmaking, and photography. The artwork will be judged by Chris Valle, curator and art department chairperson at the University of Florida.
Exhibition Dates: December 14, 2016 – January 18, 2017.
How to Enter:
For eligibility, submission guidelines, and detailed information about the show please visit:http://armstrong.edu/national_2D_exhibition
Email questions about the show to: email@example.com
Call for Art: The Slide Show, Glass Wheel Studio, Norfolk, VA
Deadline: September 5, 2016
If you took an art history course any time before the year 2005 you probably know a lot about
2 x 2 slides. They were the primary means through which art history was taught. All of that has changed now, of course. PowerPoint has relegated analog slide lectures to the scrap heap of history. As a result, universities and art historians have found themselves holding collections of literally thousands of old slides; all carefully labeled, arranged, and catalogued. These collections have become obsolete for the purposes for which they were made. They are sadly unemployed.
To remedy the situation, we seek your help in giving these slides a second life – as raw material and conceptual inspiration for creative works.
Interested artists will be mailed 36, randomly selected, 2 x 2 slides from a 10,000 slide collection covering the entire history of Western art. Responsive artworks will then be juried by a small panel of museum, gallery, and educational program directors into ‘The Slide Show’ exhibition at Glass Wheel Studio in Norfolk, VA on view January 21-February 26, 2017.
Glass Wheel Studio
Contact: Alyssa Strackbein