Exhibitions

Listings for visual arts exhibition opportunities in the Philadelphia region

  • A call for Participation: Roznama 5

    Deadline: June 30, 2016

    A competition and Exhibition for Visual Arts in Egypt 7- 29 September 2016

    A call for Egyptian youths under the age of 30 to participate in the fifth round of Roznama competition and exhibition for contemporary visual arts to be held in September 2016.

    Roznama is an annual competition and exhibition for contemporary visual arts for Egyptian youths, organized by Medrar for Contemporary Art and the exhibitions will take place at Medrar venue in Garden City and Mashrabiya Gallery- Down town in September 2016.

    Awards:
    •Three months residency at Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris- France. Presented by Institute Francais.*
    •Solo exhibition presented by Medrar
    •Photography prize presented by CIC, Contemporary Image Collective.
    •5000 EGP presented by Gypsum gallery
    •5000 EGP presented by Mashrabia Gallery
    •5000 EGP collective prize presented by the artists: Mohamed Abla, Shady El Noshokaty, Hany Rashed, Hala Elkoussy, Huda Lotfy
    •1000 EGP coupon for art purchases presented by Alwan stationary
    •5000 EGP presented by Al-Ismaelia for Real Estate Investment.

    Application Deadline: 30 June 2016

    Open Day:
    Medrar organize an open day to all applicants who wish to participate in Roznama with artists and cultural managers, you can through this meeting to talk about your project, how to develop it, as well as if you would like to get help in how to write about the artwork and yourselves. In addition to any difficulties that facing you in filling out the application form.

    For instructions and conditions and to fill the application form:  http://www.medrar.org/call-roznama5/
    Please feel free to contact us if you have any queries on: projects@medrar.org
    We would like to thank all the individuals and institutions involved in supporting Roznama 5 awards.

  • Call for Artists: 8th Annual Juried Exhibition

    Deadline: June 27, 2016

    Manayunk-Roxborough Art Center presents its 8th Annual Juried Exhibition for visual artists with an opening reception on Sunday, July 10, 2016, from 2: 00 – 5: 00 pm. The public is invited to partake of light refreshments and meet the artists. Awards (First Prize $300, Second Prize $200, Third Prize $100, and Honorable Mention 2 @$50 each) will be presented at 4:30 pm by the show’s juror, Mary Elcin, a Philadelphia art educator and fiber/paper artist.

    Submissions from artists 18 years of age or older will be accepted in the general categories of painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and mixed media. The online submission deadline  is Monday, June 27th, 2016. All work must be original. All entries submitted must be for sale with the sale price at exhibition to include MRAC’s commission of 40% on non-member and 35% on member sales. In person submissions will be received at MRAC, 419 Green Lane (rear) Philadelphia, PA 19128 on Saturday, June 25th and Sunday, June 26th, noon to 3 pm, and Wednesday, July 6th 2016, 5 to 7 pm. For a full prospectus, see www.mrartcenter.org, or request an email version of mrac.art@gmail.com.

     

  • Call for Artists: Heads of State

    Deadline: August 10, 2016

    In recognition of the upcoming presidential election Hamilton Street Gallery is watchfully anticipating the face of things to come. So in accordance, this juried exhibition will focus on the portraiture of infamous leaders both political and non political, humanitarian or tyrannical, good, bad, or ugly, who have left their mark on history. Artists may submit work/images in any style or media reflecting the past, present, or possibly a not so distant future.

    Eligibility:

    -Exhibition is open to residents 18 or older, living in NY, NJ, or PA.
    -All media will be considered and must be original by the artist.
    -We prefer that work be hand delivered to the gallery, but will accept pre-paid shipment of work preferably through the Post Office with return packaging to and from the gallery.
    -Art work must be ready for hanging/installation and must not exceed 60″ in any direction. Please no saw tooth hangers. Size limitations for sculptural and video pieces will be considered individually.
    -Two dimensional works on paper and other fragile surfaces must be framed with glass or Plexiglass.
    -All accepted art work must remain at the gallery for the duration of the exhibit. “Upon delivery of work, the gallery has the right to reject work that is not consistent with submitted digital images.

    Fees:

    There is no entry fee to enter the exhibit. Accepted artists pay a nominal fee of $25, by cash, check, or money order payable to Hamilton Street Gallery to cover costs for promotional mailing, lighting, hanging, and installation.
    Hamilton Street Gallery charges a 25% commission on art work sold. Sales will be finalized at the end of each exhibition.

     

    Insurance:

    Hamilton Street Gallery will provide insurance for work upon receiving art, during exhibition and up until work is picked up. We are not responsible for artwork while in transit to and from the gallery.

    Submission Guidelines:

    There are two ways to submit work:

    -Up to five digital file submissions will be accepted via email to info@hamiltonstreetgallery.com or
    – Up to five digital images on a CD rom can be mailed through the Post Office
    -All submissions must be in JPEG format in the order you would like them viewed with artist name and title of work. Images cannot be larger than 800 x 800 pixels at 72 DPI.
    -An image list on paper, numbered in the order in which they appear on the CD, including title of work, media, dimensions, date, and price.
    -One page resume (please include phone number and email address).
    -An artist statement (optional but encouraged)
    -An SASE for return of materials is requested
    -Video and performance artists should submit DVDs labeled with name, title, date, and price
    *all submissions should be received (not post marked) by the deadline date.

    Please mail completed submission package in an envelope no larger than 9″ by 12″ to: Hamilton Street Gallery, P.O. Box 710, Bound Brook, New Jersey 08805, or email submissions to info@hamiltonstreetgallery.com

    Gallery hours:

    Thursday, 12- 5 pm

    Friday, 5:30 – 8pm

    Saturday, 1 to 5pm and by appointment

    Important dates to remember:

    Submission deadline: August 10, 2016
    Notification of acceptance by email: August 17, 2016
    Delivery Dates: September 1, 12 – 5 pm. September 2, 5 – 8 pm. September 3, 12 – 5 pm.
    Opening Reception: Friday September 9, 2016, 6 -9 pmPick up dates: October 27, 5 – 8 pm, and October 29, 12 – 5 pm.

     

  • Call for Artists: Exploration of Space

    Deadline: June 30, 2016

    The Delaware Contemporary is holding an open video call for an exhibition based on the exploration and worship of outer space. The theme is broad and can be interpreted in many ways by experimental film and/or video artists. Video installation projects are welcome.

    Submit your application by June 30, 2016

    There is a nonrefundable $25 submission fee. Accepted applicants will be notified by July 15, 2016.

    Due to the volume of submissions we are not able to contact applicants individually unless they are participating in this exhibition.

     

     

  • CALLING ALL KIDS: Seeking Artists 10 & Under for YOUNG AT ART 2

    Deadline: July 21, 2016:

    At OFF THE WALL, we are firm believers that each and every person is BORN TO CREATE. The love of art and art-making is genuinely innate. All kids want to express themselves in all sorts of media, beginning with fingerpainting and clay, and once motor skills kick in, picking up every crayon, pencil and marker they can get their hands on and taking 3D assembly to a new level.

    So why is art often pushed to the side in everyday life? Why do galleries need more viewers and buyers and museums more visitors and members?

    The fault lies with society, and it lies with us, especially if we don’t — as parents, caregivers, teachers, mentoring influences — encourage creativity to blossom and grow. We must emphasize the value and power of artistic expression at every turn.

    We’ll get off the soapbox now. But the preamble is important because this philosophy gave birth to YOUNG AT ART in 2013, our first show showcasing ONLY very young artists.

    Well, we’re back at it. Now through THURSDAY, JULY 21, we will be accepting entries RIGHT HERE, and they can only come from ARTISTS 10 AND UNDER. All you need to do is:

    * Send UP TO 5 IMAGES (optimally JPGs) to offthewallgallery@gmail.com.

    * The work can be in ANY MEDIA but if it’s 2D it needs to be less than 48″ in combined dimensions (height+width) and if it’s 3D, it needs to easily fit in our case.

    * You should send TITLES, FRAMED SIZES and PRICES (and the framed sizes can be approximate…we understand if you’re not framing UNTIL your kids’ work is accepted!).

    * And send along key info: who is our artist, what’s her or his age, school, grade level in September.

    That’s all! There are no entry fees, no additional stipulations. We’ll write back with questions we may have before jurying…oh, and that’s the BEST PART!

    The YOUNG AT ART 2 JURY are also kids. They are the six artists who showed in the first YOUNG AT ART, who are now ages 7 to 10. A TRUE JURY OF PEERS!

    The resulting show, YOUNG AT ART 2, will run Sunday, August 14 — the same day we’ll have an OPENING RECEPTION at OFF THE WALL/Dirty Frank’s — to Friday, September 23. (Accepted work needs to be dropped off 8/13 and unsold work needs to be picked up 9/24.)

    We look forward to your entries!

  • Call for Artists and Curators — inFORMATION: Black Voices in Contemporary Art

    Deadline July 1, 2016:

    The Salisbury University Art Galleries are calling for proposals by artists or curators for installations and/or socially engaged projects that are provocative, inquisitive and contribute to the ongoing conversation of race and representation in contemporary art and society. We are open to a plurality of topics and seek to present the infinitely varied perspectives that exist in Black Culture. We are especially interested in projects that include community involvement/engagement.

    Selected artists/curators will be presenting projects at our temporary gallery space in downtown Salisbury. This space has a very publicly visible store-front window area that we encourage proposals to consider and utilize. Dimensions and images of this space can be found on the floor plan below. Proposals should include:

    Your name, contact information, and a current CV; as well as the names of all artists involved if a group project is proposed.

    A thorough description of the project, addressing how it relates to the themes mentioned above as well as more practical information such as the artist(s) and artwork(s) involved.

    In addition, please state any technical needs to realize your proposal. Selected projects will be supported with travel money and a small honorarium. If additional funding is needed to mount the project please include that in your proposal as well.

    Please include at least 3 images to support your project narrative. These can be sent as attachments, or you can include a URL with the project description.

    Proposals must be complete and received by July 1, 2016 for full consideration. Send all materials to galleries@salisbury.edu and use the subject “inFORMATION” in your email.

    For any questions please contact Elizabeth Kauffman, Director of Galleries at eckauffman@salisbury.edu or 410-546-2884.

    Listing Expires: 07/02/2016

  • Call for Applicants — Digital Approaches: Sculpture, Fiber Art, Painting & New Media

    Deadline September 15, 2016:

    Digital Fabrication Residency program residents learn and gain hands-on experience with laser cutting, CNC routing, FDM 3D printing, digital embroidery, 2D plotting and 3D scanning. Applications for the 3 Day Onsite Residency Program must include a project proposal that outlines what the resident plans to work on while onsite. Residents are responsible for arranging their own accommodations, travel expenses, meals and if projects require materials outside of those provided.

    2 online planning meetings prior to residency for file preparation and project ideation. This is a highly individualized opportunity to develop and work through ideas on the machines and utilizing a private studio. There are basic materials supplied and residents can send materials ahead of onsite visit. See website for residency participation details. No application fee.

    Currently Accepting Applications for Late Summer, Fall & Winter 2016
    Click here for more information

    Listing Expires: 09/16/2016

  • Call for Artists: SATELLITE ART SHOW

    Deadline July 1st 2016:

    SATELLITE , now in it’s second year, is an alternative art fair that presents new and exciting projects that span the gamut of art, music, performance, installation, new media and tech. Our 2015 show was highly attended by informed collectors and museum curators, received rave reviews from major art publications and had solid sales throughout the week.

    SATELLITE 2.0 will be held NEXT DOOR to Aqua Art Fair and steps from Art Basel and Untitled. The move to South Beach places SATELLITE in the heart of the action, providing us with unparalleled access to collectors and arts patrons alike. SATELLITE 2.0 will emphasize concept-driven rooms, rather than the typical salon style hang of the standard fairs.

    Attention Galleries, Non Profits and Artist-Run Organizations ! July 1st, 2016 – Marks the end of our early entry rates ($25 a square foot). Applications received after July 1st will be processed at the escalated price of $27 per square foot. Due to the caliber of proposals coming in, we have begun to accept selected exhibitors, so please consider applying before space runs out / pricing increases.

    Click here for more information

    Listing Expires: 07/02/2016

  • Submit Your Story to My Philadelphia Stories

    Do you have a story to tell?

    Won Kyoung Lee and Matthew Alden Price want them for their new project, My Philadelphia Story. The installation, conceived for the City of Philadelphia’s Percent for the Arts Program, will consist of over 700 collected objects displayed in a handmade walnut case in Terminal F at the Philadelphia International Airport. The project is open to anyone, and it’s free to participate. Accompanying the objects will be a website, www.myphiladelphiastory.com, where viewers can access the stories about each of the objects.

    Here’s how you can be a part of this permanent display:

    First, find a meaningful object. Please be thoughtful in your object selection, as this will be a permanent part of the City’s public art collection.

    All objects must:
    -Fit within a 4” x 4” x 1” square box
    -No organic or explicit materials will be accepted
    -No business cards or direct marketing material
    -Preferences may be given to 3D objects over photo/paper pieces for conservation reasons
    -Objects do not need to directly relate to the story

    Next, write about your object. Does it somehow signify an event, place, or period of history in Philadelphia?  Send these stories to phl2016story@gmail.com.

    All samples should be sent to: Matthew Alden Price/ Won Kyoung Lee, 3237 Amber Street, Unit 4-3-D, BOX 11, Philadelphia, PA 19134.  Inquiries about the project should be sent to phl2016story@gmail.com.

    Examples of objects and stories can be found at www.myphiladelphiastory.com.

    The final deadline to submit objects is June 10.

    Objects can also be dropped off:

    -EVERY TUESDAY outside City Hall Visitor’s Center Room 121 (nearest the East Portal) between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
    -April 23 at the African American Museum for Macy’s Family Fun Day from 12 – 3 p.m.
    -April 30 at the Asian Arts Initiative Pearl Street Arts Festival from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

  • Call for Artists: Smithtown Township Arts Council Juried Photography Exhibition

    Deadline August 3, 2016:

    Smithtown Township Arts Council seeks entries for its 35th Annual Juried Photography Exhibition at the Mills Pond Gallery. Exhibit Dates September 24 – October 23, 2016. Juror: Lisa Elmaleh. Open to local and national photographers age 18 and older. Prospectus at http://www.stacarts.org/exhibits/show/99 660 Route 25A, St. James, NY 11780. (631) 862-6575. gallery@stacarts.org $45/3 entries. Exhibit theme is “Home.” Home can be a place you are from, or a place you have moved to. Home can be found in the face of a loved one, or an object you find comfort in. This call for entry is open to all photography mediums, with consideration that the medium of photography is part of the message. Which medium best conveys your sense of home – is it digital, analog, mixed media? Cash Awards 1st ($400), 2nd ($200).

    Click here for more information.

    Listing Expires: 08/04/2016

  • Call for Artists: The Chesapeake Gallery at Harford Community College

    Deadline August 15, 2016:

    The Chesapeake Gallery at Harford Community College, located in Bel Air, MD, is excited to invite artists, artist groups and curators working in any medium or format to apply for our 2017-2018 exhibition seasons! Artists and/or curators are responsible for the transportation or shipping of all artwork to and from the Chesapeake Gallery. There is a $10.00 application fee but no commission on sold work. The application Deadline is August 15th, 2016. Please visit the website below for more details on how to apply!

    www.harford.edu/community/chesapeake-gallery.aspx

    Listing Expires: 08/16/2016

  • Artist Wanted – 1st Annual Nude Night Philly 2016

    Deadline August 15, 2016:

    Artist Wanted – 1st Annual Nude Night Philly 2016. Tastefully done nude art work, benefiting breast cancer research. Go to facebook.com/NNPHILLY to apply. Contact Victor with any questions at 267-296-2055.

    Listing Expires: 08/16/2016

  • Call for Submissions – My Philadelphia Story

    Dear Philadelphian,

    We are writing to see if you are interested contributing an object to My Philadelphia Story. The installation is permanent and your submission, along with many others, will become part of the City of Philadelphia’s permanent public art collection. The artwork will be at the airport, where they estimate that they receive over 30 million annual passengers. This project is not limited to artists but open to anyone in Philadelphia.

    Over 700 objects will be collected and displayed in a hand-made walnut case. Accompanying the objects will be a website, www.myphiladelphiastory.com, where viewers and access stories about each of the objects.

    Here’s how you can be a part of this permanent display:

    First! Find a meaningful object. Please be thoughtful in your object selection, as this will be a permanent part of the City’s public art collection.

    All objects must:
    – Fit within a 4” x 4” x 1” square box
    – No organic or explicit materials will be accepted
    – No business cards or direct marketing material
    – Preferences may be given to 3D objects over
    photo/paper pieces for conservation reasons
    – Objects do not need to directly relate to the story

    Next! Write to us about your object. Does it somehow signify an event, place, or period of history in Philadelphia? Send these stories to phl2016story@gmail.com.

    All samples should be sent to: Matthew Alden Price/ Won Kyoung Lee, 3237 Amber Street, Unit 4-3-D, BOX 11, Philadelphia, PA 19134. Inquiries about the project should be sent to phl2016story@gmail.com.

    Examples of objects and stories can be found at www.myphiladelphiastory.com.

    About the Public Art Program – The Percent for Art Program of the Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy commissions exceptional and enduring works of site-specific public art by renowned and emerging artists for City buildings and public spaces. Philadelphia’s public art collection is recognized as the largest and most remarkable in the world. Since 1959, more than 300 works of art have been commissioned through the City of Philadelphia’s Percent for Art Ordinance.

    This Percent for Art opportunity was nationally announced as an open Call to Artists in September 2014 to artists and artist teams. Out of the 151 applicants, fourteen finalists were selected to present proposals. An independent selection panel consisting of Curator and Writer Judith Stein, Artist Benjamin Volta, and Artist and Curator Richard Watson, with advisory support from Conservator Katherine Cuffari, the Office of Arts, Culture, and the Creative Economy, and Philadelphia International Airport recommended final four projects for commission. This piece was conceived by Won Kyoung Lee and Matthew Alden Price.

  • Call for Exhibition Proposals – M.G. Nelson Family Gallery

    Deadline August 31: M.G. Nelson Family Gallery
    Call for Exhibition Proposals
    The Springfield Art Association requests exhibition proposals for the M. G. Nelson Family Gallery annual exhibition calendar.
    The Springfield Art Association is one of the oldest visual arts organization in Central Illinois. Founded in 1913 to promote the visual arts, we now operate the M. G. Nelson Family Gallery, SAA Collective gallery, the Michael Victor II Art Library, the School of Art and its art appreciation program, Art Outreach, and historic Edwards Place, the oldest house in Springfield.
    Our Exhibition space is approximately 1368 square feet with 150 feet of linear wall space that is 14’ tall. Four movable walls 4’ x 8’ and a variety of pedestals are also available.
    We are requesting proposals from individual artists and groups in all media; however, we have limited resources for exhibition of video and computer-based works. Each exhibition will span approximately four weeks. All proposals will be juried and exhibitions will be awarded on merit of work. Individual artists may be paired with other artists for optimal gallery utilization.
    The SAA provides: hanging and lighting services, all hanging hardware, text panels, labels and signage in the gallery; layout and design of postcards with artist’s input, postcard printing, mailing to our membership list and mailing of up to 50 cards for each artist; all PR to local press, and an opening reception with wine and hors d’oeuvres. SAA insurance covers the work while it is in our possession. We take a 35% commission on all gallery sales.
    Visiting artist workshops and /or residencies, in conjunction with exhibitions, are an option.
    The artists are responsible for: shipping/delivery and collection of the work to and from the gallery and insurance during transit. All 2D work must be framed or mounted so that it is ready to hang.
    Proposals should include:
    Full contact information including mailing address, telephone and e-mail address for each artist.
    A resume and artist statement from each artist
    10-20 images of each artist’s work with written descriptions including media and sizes
    Link to website when applicable
    For group proposals, please include a statement or outline of the exhibition theme or what brings you together as a group.
    All proposals must include a non-refundable application fee of $25.
    Email all application materials to director@prairieart.org.
    Proposals will be accepted through August 31st. Artists will be notified of acceptance and potential exhibition dates by October 15th.

    Listing Expires: 09/01/2016

  • Call for Artists – Cher Popups

    Deadline November 20: As the wealth gap in the United States has been at the forefront of political debate, this exhibition harkens back to the last time wealth inequality was a transformational issue, the gilded age of the 1800s. The current city layout of Philadelphia still serves as a mirror to these times. Mansions continue to be glorified and highly valued in today’s society as the American Dream. The American Mansion represents a systemic practice of cultural appropriation, reliance on fiscal inequality, and the art object as home decor. Transforming the gallery space into a rendition of these iconic interiors is a way of investigating the artist’s role in this long history of patronage and the gallery’s role in the future of patronage and commodification in the arts.

    The exhibition would feature works, made of found/free/recycled materials, that transform the interior of the gallery space with the artist’s take on some of the ubiquitous mansion items (i.e. Giant chandeliers, “exotic” artifacts such as pottery/china, architectural elements such as ornate cornices, a heavy wooden library, the family portrait, the giant fireplace, a stuffed animal head, hand painted wall paper, etc.).

    We’ll be partnering with the resource exchange (http://www.theresourceexchange.org/) to help artists locate materials for free. As always, it’s free to participate and free to submit, though donations made will go toward the space which has been generously gifted to us for free.

    If you wish to sign up to submit a proposal, please begin by filling out our form here:http://goo.gl/forms/RzctR1DcuS and put the word “MANSION” in the “What kind of work do you make” section. We will then send you space schematics and more information via e-mail.
    **All forms of art will be considered**

    Questions can be sent to CHERpopups@gmail.com

  • Call for Artists – Lowell National Historical Park

    Deadline April 1: The National Park Service turns 100 years old on August 25, 2016! In celebration of the centennial, Brush Art Gallery and Studios in partnership with Lowell National Historical Park is seeking entries of contemporary art for a juried exhibit, to be held at the Brush Art Gallery in Lowell, Massachusetts from May 7 – June 10, 2016. Help us commemorate the visionaries who came before us, their groundbreaking ideas, the amazing places the National Park Service manages, and the powerful and significant stories they collectively tell.
    http://www.lowellartshows.com/NPS

    ELIGIBILITY
    This is a national call for artists, open to all U.S. Citizens or U.S. Nationals, at any stage in their professional careers. Artists may submit up to 3 images for consideration.
    ENTRY FEE
    Non-refundable entry fee of $25 for up to 3 works, paid online to the Brush Art Gallery. Follow this link for payment information: www.thebrush.org/entryfee.htm. To make a payment by check or money order, please mail directly to: The Brush Art Gallery and Studios, 256 Market Street , Lowell, MA 01852
    SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
    Works in the following categories will be accepted for review – painting, sculpture, mixed-media, works on paper, and photography. Works must not exceed 36” in any direction or 30 pounds in weight.
    All work selected for this show, intended to be hung on the walls, must be framed (if applicable), professionally presented, and securely wired. Artists are responsible for providing adequate instructions for handling of fragile work and/or unconventional installations of artwork, within reason.
    Please keep in mind, Brush Art Gallery and Studios is open to the public. All submissions should be suitable for both children and adults. Submissions will be reviewed for exhibit suitability and response to show theme.
    DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS
    Entries must be submitted online and received no later than 11:59pm on Friday, April 1, 2016. The required entry fee must also be received by this time. Incomplete submissions will be disqualified. No late entries will be accepted.
    ENTRY PROCEDURE
    All entries must be submitted online in jpeg format (300 dpi, no more than 6 inches in either direction). Please provide files of the highest available resolution and quality. Follow this link for entry form: http://www.lowellartshows.com/NPS.
    PANEL OF JURORS
    Laurel A. Racine, Senior Curator for Research and Planning, National Park Service’s Northeast Museum Services Center (NMSC), Charlestown, MA.
    Ahmad Ward, Vice President of Education and Exhibitions, Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (BCRI), Birmingham, AL.
    Gwen Strahle, Artist, Professor,

    Given this is a national call, it is very important that artists from all parts of the country are included. Philadelphia is especially important, with Independence and Valley Forge National Historical Parks in Philly and Valley Forge being particularly important units.

    Please feel free to inquire for more information. Your time is very important to us.

  • Call for Entries – Center for Fine Art Photography

    Deadline December 30: International Juried Exhibition : Theme: Faux

    Fake wood, plastic surgery and imitation cheese, the world around us is staged with facades. We are surrounded by stand in’s for the original, fabricated neighborhoods with identical houses and plastic rocks. Knock off designer goods and mass production meet our consumer demand and people find real comfort in artificial companionship. It is becoming rare to find a genuine person place or thing and the word authentic has been used so often, it no longer means anything. All artist interpretations on this theme are encouraged. All photographic processes are welcome.

    JUROR | Louise Clements

    Louise Clements is Artistic Director of QUAD, a centre for contemporary art, film and new technologies in Derby UK, since 2001, and Artistic Director of FORMAT International Photography Festival since 2004. An independent curator since 1998, she has initiated commissions, publications, mass participation, art, film and photography exhibitions. She is a juror, portfolio reviewer, workshop leader, speaker and award nominator throughout Europe, America and Asia.

    Click here for more information.

    Listing Expires: 12/31/2016

  • Environmental Art/Public Relations Intern – Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education

    Winter 2016: The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, an urban environmental education center in the Roxborough neighborhood of Philadelphia, seeks an intern to support both the Environmental Art Department’s exhibition program and the Center’s marketing and public relations efforts.

    Click here for more information.

  • Call for Exhibition Proposals – George School Anderson and Walton Galleries

    Ongoing: George School is a private Quaker boarding and day high school located on a rural campus in Newtown, Pennsylvania.

    The George School galleries host three artist lecture series per year, as well as various faculty, student, and alumni work. The school hosts receptions and artist lectures on select Thursdays from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.

    The first three exhibitions of the school year are open to all artists. Exhibitions are six to eight weeks in length; individual and group exhibitions may include two or three-dimensional works in all media, including installations. If you would like to be considered for a show, please submit the following:
    Please send ten images of your work, attached to an email, sized at 6×9” with a 72 dpi resolution, with an accompanying description that includes slide list with title, size, medium, date of completion, and price, along with a resume and artist statement to: gsgalleryexhibits@georgeschool.org
    Proposals are accepted on an ongoing basis. Once a submission has been received the Exhibitions Committee will review the work and the artists will be notified as soon as this process is complete.

  • Call for Artists – Hannah Bacol Busch Gallery

    Deadline December 2016: ART GALLERY LOOKING TO PROMOTE ARTISTS, ACCEPTING A WIDE ARRAY OF COMPOSITION, STYLE, MEDIUM
    Hannah Bacol Busch Gallery is looking for talented & educated
    artists to represent through December 2016.
    There will be upcoming Solo and Group Exhibitions scheduled to
    showcase the Artists. Artists chosen will be included & highlighted
    on our New Site immediately with a featured story about him/her.
    www.hannahbacolbuschgallery.com.
    Artists who specialize in Modern/Abstract Works are strongly encouraged
    to contact the Gallery.

    Sending a packet via Email or Mail which includes
    Artist’s Resume/Bio/Exhibition Experience, Personal Statement &
    Personal Themes, Photograph of the Artist, and other Images of current &
    past works, is a fantastic plus.

    If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact
    Hannah Bacol Busch at 713.527.0523 or email at
    inquire@hannahbacolbuschgallery.com . Visit our “New” Website to
    view previous events, art classes, and artist talks/lectures,
    www.hannahbacolbuschgallery.com.

    Looking forward to applicant responses!
    Hannah Bacol Busch Gallery
    6900 S. Rice
    Bellaire, TX 77401
    713.527.0523
    hannahbacolbuschgallery.com

    Listing Expires: 01/01/2017

  • Call for Artists – Industrious

    Ongoing: Industrious, a shared office space in the City Center neighborhood of downtown Philadelphia looking for local artists to showcase your photography, paintings or other artwork within our office space. Artists, arts organizations and community organizations in all creative genres are encouraged to participate!

    Who are we?
    Industrious is the next evolution of the modern workplace: private glass offices in a beautiful social office community. Come see our expansive, beautiful loft space set in Chicago’s artistic River North community or visit https://www.industriousoffice.com

    How do I apply?
    Please contact Kristine at kristine@industriousoffice.com to apply. Please send an artists statement and several high-res images of the artwork including title, date and media type.

    Deadline?
    This is an ongoing art program as we are always looking for new artists to showcase.

    Will we sell your work?
    We are not interested in commissions or handling sales, but we are happy to connect our members or any interested parties who want to buy the artwork with you.

    Contact Information
    Kristine Chin
    kristine@industriousoffice.com