The Barnes Foundation has teamed with Mural Arts Philadelphia to present Let’s Connect, a participatory project engaging the city’s art … See Full Opportunity
We are excited to announce our first open call for an artist collaboration. If you or anyone you know would be interested in collaborating with us, please submit!
The Working Artist Photography Award is a quarterly $1000.00 Art Purchase Award, available to all photographers and photo-based artists working in all traditional and non-traditional genres, photography formats, media and styles.
The Exchange Gallery calls artists and imaginative sew-ers of all ages and levels of experience to design and make a piece of wearable art — any item from a pin to a full-sized ensemble! You may use any fabric, yarn, applique, or any other material you wish; we encourage the use of recycled stuff. The item must be able to be WORN on the body, in any possible way that the artist chooses.
For this exhibition, the Exchange Gallery asks you to look ahead: What does “the future” mean to you? You can look as narrowly or as broadly as you like — dreams for your own life, flying cars, the world in the year 2025, 2050, 2500, or beyond.
The Print Center’s ANNUAL International Competition is one of the most prestigious and oldest competitions in the United States. The Print Center is particularly interested in highlighting local, national and international artists who utilize photography and printmaking in new and intriguing ways, both in content and process.
The winner will receive $1000, a digital feature and a chance to have their project considered for publication. Previous Daylight Photo Award winners include Zora J Murff, Zhang Kechun, Bryan Schutmaat, Aaron Vincent Elkaim,Tamas Dezso and Katrin Koenning.
Each summer Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 6×6 exhibition brings together thousands of original artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international & local artists, designers, youth and YOU.
Arts Festival Reading is now accepting artist applications for the 2018 Festival. Applicants may choose to apply as an individual artist, emerging artist, or group (collective, studio, or gallery).
Trash Academy is a “collaboratory” between artists, youth, environmental activists, and residents from all across the city of Philadelphia. Supported by Mural Arts Philadelphia’s Restored Spaces Initiative, Trash Academy aims to collaboratively and creatively address the issue of trash in Philadelphia. We create, test, and share innovative solutions that are situated at the intersection of public art and sustainability.