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: Eugene EYESOAK, Washington, DC
EugeneEYESOAK is a monthly showcase of contemporary video art and obscure cinema. EE is looking for 2-15 minute entries of original video art. Narrative, documentary, animation, professional reel samples, found footage, music videos, performance art, abstract and experimental forms are all welcome.
Excerpts from longer work are also acceptable, but must be edited to the creator’s ideal upon submission. Videos including music not generated by the creator must also submit proof of permission to use from the musician. The creator retains the copyright of her/his works and may choose to withdraw their work from the screening at any time.
There is no entry fee. In January 2017, one exemplary entry will be awarded The Eugene, a cash prize of $500.
Call for Art: Prism Pop-up Gallery, Granfalloon, Chattanooga, TN
Deadline: May 7
Prism Pop Up Gallery will be displaying art from local artist at the Granfalloon, 400 East Main Street, Suite 120, Chattanooga, TN, from 6pm to 10pm June 7th!
Prism Pop Up Gallery is a one day juried art show, in which the artist chosen for best in show will receive 200 dollars.
Artists must submit 4 examples of their work. Include in image list artist name, a short description of mediums, size (in inches) and preferred predominate color theme.
Call for Art: 1858 Prize, Society 1858 of the Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, South Carolina
Deadline: May 31, 2016
The 1858 Prize for Contemporary Southern Art awards $10,000 to an artist whose work contributes to a new understanding of art in the South. Presented annually, the prize recognizes the highest level of artistic achievement in any media. Artists from Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia are eligible to apply.