Call for Artists
Call for Artists
Are you looking to participate in a festival, exhibition, contest, creative collective, art project? Scroll through the ads here below for all kinds of open calls.
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Call for artists
08/10/2020 - 12:21
ArtConnect x Modulor Open Call | Material Hybrids
OPEN CALL FOR ART STUDENTS
Show us projects that combine different materials in unique and interesting ways. Win a total of 250 euros in prizes from Modulor to choose from their huge selection of professional art supplies and get featured in ArtConnect’s Magazine as well as Modulor’s own magazine for creatives.
How do materials inspire you and enter into your artistic process? What combinations of materials excite you? Show us projects that you think combine materials in fascinating ways.
This open call is created especially with the new school year in mind and is open to students registered at art schools in Europe. Projects may be either digital or analog as long as they incorporate and highlight at least two materials in combination or juxtaposition.
We want to make it possible for you to take some risks and experiment with new materials and that’s why we developed this open call together with Modulor.
*Currently enrolled as a student in a fine art program in Europe
APPLY - IT'S FREE, NO PARTICIPATION FEE
Visit ArtConnect for details and to apply.
Deadline: November 1, 2020 at 23:59 CET
email: justin [at] artconnect.com
08/10/2020 - 11:17
SOLO SHOWS | CALL FOR ARTISTS
It’s been 3 years since we started to do pop up exhibitions in London and almost a year since we’ve opened the doors of our permanent gallery space in Aldgate.
With support from artists and audience from all around the globe we have decided to make the next logical step into our ongoing ascendence in the international art scene, “SOLO SHOWS”.
Who can apply?
Artists of any age, from any country working in any medium.
Is there a submission fee?
Yes there is a £9 non- refundable submission fee.
How many solo shows will be?
There will be 4 solo shows, a week each.
In what period of the year will the shows be hosted?
29 January to 05 February 2021 with an opening event on Friday 29 January 6 to 9 pm.
Who will cover the shipments costs?
Each of the 4 winners will get a £350 budget from us to help with their shipping expenses.
Who will cover the events cost?
The events costs will be covered integrally by our gallery.
Is there a commission for the artworks sold on the events?
Yes! We take a 15% commission on each sale.
What happens if another lockdown is coming?
If that happens we will simply change the dates in accordance with the government guidelines.
Who will select the 4 winning artists?
A jury composed of 3 London based contemporary art professionals.
Cosmin Constantin | London based artist and director of Boomer Gallery.
Tabish Khan | Art critic specialised in London's art scene.
Carolina Pastore | Independent curator.
What is the selection process?
All the submissions will be reviewed and from the total number of submissions the jury will preselect approximately 30 artists that will also be shortlisted on our website.
After the preselection the 30 preselected artists will be contacted individually by our gallery and will be asked to send additional work (another 2 or 3 works that will help the jury in making the final decision).
Finally- the jury will select the 4 winners.
the open call will run from 05 October until 16 November.
How can I make a submission?
Click here >> https://form.jotform.com/202604008822344 << and fill the application form.
We don’t contact each artist individually in regards with the open call results so please make sure you check our insta and web pages on 01 December 2020.
If you need any help please don’t hesitate to contact us at email [op] boomergallery [punt] net.
Good luck to you all!
email: email [at] boomergallery.net
06/10/2020 - 20:16
ONLINE GROUP EXHIBIT "WHEN YOU FALL ASLEEP" by Art Mums United
Art Mums United is excited to announce an international open call for our online exhibit!
"When You Fall Asleep" is an exhibit that celebrates motherhood and women creatives whose work practices turned upside down when becoming parents. It is a reminder of the strength, determination, patience and love all these women share with the world through their art.
Curated by Heather Kirtland
Heather Kirtland, an artist, received a BFA in painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Heather currently teaches encaustic workshops and is focused on her own studio practice. She was awarded The Maryland State Arts Council Grant and was a resident artist at The Holt Center. Most recently she works with West Elm as one of their Local Artist. Her work has been exhibited throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, abroad in Italy and Wales, and has appeared in Modern Rustic magazine and Country Living UK. The Make-A-Wish Foundation and Montessori school have commissioned her work, as well as many private collectors. Heather recently moved from Baltimore to a more rural part of Maryland where she lives with her husband and two children and their dog. When she is not painting she loves to read, run and encourage other mothers to find a creative outlet through a project she co-founded with Marissa Huber; Carve Out Time for Art.
25 October 2020
Submissions are open for art mums.
For this particular exhibit, we are looking for visual artists - photographers, painters, sculptors, fiber artists, installation artists etc. from all around the world.
No art education necessary.
email: artmumsunited [at] gmail.com
06/10/2020 - 17:47
Call for Exhibition
Accepted media: Photography, Digital Visual Design, Video
Group Exhibition in Rome or Milan city. May 2021
Language is a code, “a system of conventional symbols” that we use to communicate a message, an intention, a will, a wish, a desire, but also to share thoughts, ideas and to exchange opinions.
Language is variable, flexible possibly based on precise rules. It can be understood, misunderstood or it can cause barriers. It can be spoken, written, painted, reproduced, fragmented, or even destroyed.
This call would like to gather digital artworks, pictures and videos that are able to represent the multifaceted world of languages, their features and contradictions.
Submissions at http://bit.ly/loosenartcalls
Deadline 7th February 2021
email: info [at] loosenart.com
06/10/2020 - 12:01
Call for Submissions - Artists and Writers
Theme: Contemporary Questions Colonial
Closing Date: 6th November 5pm BST
This open call invites anyone with colonial resonance to question the existing paradigm of visual control. Question what you see and most importantly, question what you don't see.
Contemporary Questions Colonial attempts to decolonise the existing image regime through interventions in the form of visual and written mediums. How can contemporary reclaim colonial?
Submissions can be made in the form of:
· Visual Arts (All disciplines, including Fine Art, Graphic Design, Photography, Film, Visual Communication, Costume etc.)
· Theoretical Texts (500 words max)
· Experiential Narratives (500 words max)
· Reviews (500 words max)
Artworks should be sent as jpgs attached in an email including:
· Artist Name
· 100 word description
Writing material should include:
· Writers name and Title of the work
· Relevant citations
Submissions should be made to: contemporaryquestionscolonial [op] gmail [punt] com
Subject Line: FirstName_LastName_Writing/VisualArts
You can make more than one submission.
Selected Artists and Writers will be notified by 13th November.
Results of this open call will be shown in an online exhibition and an online publication.
The platform will also host a digital speakeasy with exhibiting artists, a panel of external artists and members of the public. The details of these will be disclosed at a later date.
email: contemporaryquestionscolonial [at] gmail.com
05/10/2020 - 22:51
Open call dates: Oct 1 - Nov 1, 2020
1000 Kites seeks artists to submit a kite as an art object to participate in an outdoor activation taking place in Miami Beach, December 3-6, 2020. Artists are invited to make their own kites and encouraged to experiment and play with the boundaries and significance of this unique object as an art form.
About the Project: Historically, kites have been used for warfare, some even say that kites may have been used in the construction of pyramids, and in recent times they are being used for fishing and surfing. Though we normally think of kites as playful objects for our entertainment, consider alternative uses that could elevate our consciousness, raise awareness and shift perceptions. As a collective action 1000 Kites aims to provide an opportunity to spark dialogue and gain perspective on the intersecting crises affecting humanity and reflect on past, present, and future.
About the Event:
Location: Miami Beach, FL
When: Dec 3-6, 2020
1000 Kites is a COVID-19 conscious public art exhibition. All precautions will be made to maintain social distancing.
About your submissions and kite-making: No experience in kite making is required. Don’t feel discouraged if your kite doesn’t fly, it can still be shown in this first iteration and/or our upcoming second iteration in March 2021 in Mexico (details will follow) DIY information and other links for inspiration will be posted in our website and instagram.
Eligibility: All artists around the world are eligible to submit work. All applications must be entered online through the online submission form. Up to six pieces of original artwork can be submitted. Each kite submission is $25.00 USD.
Natural materials like paper, string and wood are encouraged
Artwork must have been created within the last five years
All submitted work must be original
Work must be available for exhibition dates
Open to all dimensions
Video work: Accepted artists will provide a video of themselves and their kites in their point of origin. Maximum length of video: 3 minutes (please share MOV or MP4 file) to [email protected]. Video should include a comment on the artist's thoughts of kite building, the project, kite as a messenger of solidarity or peace, unity or protest, and thoughts or reflections on humanity today.
Prior to shipping, when work is completed, send 3 images and label as follows: Lastname_Firstname_ work 1; Lastname_Firstname_work 2, etc. -Email to 1000kites [op] gmail [punt] com, along with downloadable video.
Artists must also submit a 300 word artist statement, 150 bio and resume/cv. Files must be in pdf format.
Submissions without payment of entry fee will not be considered.
Submission Application Process:
Fill out and submit materials using attached form
Submission fee: $25.00 per kite
All submissions fees must be processed through our fundraiser page (currently under development and to be announced on our Instagram and our website soon)
Once submission fee is finalized, please send email to 1000kites [op] gmail [punt] com with your name and a receipt or proof of payment
Note: Artists are responsible for shipping their own works. Artists are encouraged to come to Miami and fly their kites! Chosen works will be included in our ongoing catalogue, exhibition, and future publication.
EMAIL: 1000kites [op] gmail [punt] com
Open Call link: www.1000kites.com
email: 1000kites [at] gmail.com
04/10/2020 - 21:15
Backslash Lit: Call for Electronic Art & Writing
Backslash Lit is an online literary magazine seeking to publish electronic literature: art and writing that use digital and electronic mediums as an art form. We seek to challenge the line between STEM and art and publish what cannot be traditionally printed on paper. This magazine is for the interdisciplinary and antidisciplinary, for the experimental and unconventional, for all that calls into question what art and literature really mean.
We are looking for pieces that use digital and electronic mediums as a vessel for creativity, including but not limited to source code poetry, hypertext poetry, interactive fiction, ASCII art, and generative art. We welcome pieces that step out of the box and don't fit into one particular category. To get a feel of what we seek, please take a look at previous issues.
We encourage anyone to submit, even if you are new to electronic literature or do not have experience in programming or creative writing.
Simultaneous submissions, multiple submissions, and re-prints of previously published work are accepted. Please let us know if your work has been submitted or published elsewhere in your submission form and contact us as soon as possible if your work is accepted elsewhere. We would be more than willing to publish your work if we have permission to do so.
Authors retain all rights to their work after publication.
email: backslashlitmag [at] gmail.com
03/10/2020 - 20:45
Call for International Artists '雲唱團/CloudChoir for our Beloved'
雲唱團/CloudChoir for our Beloved is an online movement/performance in which artists of various ethnic backgrounds sing the song 'March for our Beloved(님을 위한 행진곡)' together in their own languages, which has become a symbol of the Asian freedom struggle. Composed in 1982 to commemorate the May 18 Democratic Uprising in Gwangju, South Korea, this song was duplicated onto cassette tapes and spread not only to overall Korea, but also to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Cambodia, China, and Indonesia throughout the 80s and 90s. In this process, the original lyric was edited and sung according to situations of each country's times, such as the labor movement, forced eviction, and migrant workers. In this project, artists who believe in and support the values of freedom and human rights in Asian countries sing the song, record their actions, and finally release a mixtape. This project allows Asian artists who continue to struggle in a rapidly changing era to promote solidarity regardless of language barriers and physical distances.
email: janehwangjane [at] gmail.com
03/10/2020 - 16:58
1001 Lies You Should Say Before You Die
What is the truth?
Can I create my own reality through the lies?
This project is an invitation to people around the world who’d like to share their lies.
Lying seems the easiest way to save the moment that we suffer in. However, finding the best lie to say is not easy. With dozens of lie we live, we pick only one of them for salvation.
Share your lie. What did you say? No one wonders the truth.
Include your best lie as an ONLY ONE SENTENCE, email to projectthelie [op] gmail [punt] com , submissions to be published with no name/name tag.
email: nnazliates [at] gmail.com
02/10/2020 - 22:48
Call for Artists: The Art of the Mark
The Art Guild invites all artists, high school and older, to submit artworks for consideration for “The Art of the Mark: Abstract Show” a Juried Competition and Exhibition.
Abstract art has its own language using color, form, shape, line, texture, and marks. The marks you make as an abstract artist are intensely personal. Successful mark-making can communicate ideas or emotions.
Which marks are yours?
CRITERIA All styles from non-objective to abstracted realism are welcome. All works must be original and have been created in the last five years. References used in the creation of the submitted work must be the artist’s own, or copyright-released for use in this work. Works previously exhibited at The Art Guild Gallery will not be considered.
MEDIUMS Included but not limited to: acrylic, charcoal, collage, colored pencil, ink, mixed media, oil, pastel, pencil, printmaking, sculpture, or watercolor. NO Photography, Copies, Master Copies, Reproductions OR Giclees.
JUROR OF AWARDS: Karli Wurzelbacher, PhD, Curator at the Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, NY.
email: info [at] theartguild.org