Monday, July 31, 2006
The Baltimore Museum of Art, in collaboration with the Maryland State Arts Council, inaugurates siteMaryland, a month-long juried exhibition of art by leading contemporary artists living and working in Maryland. Designed to change venues yearly, this year's project (opening October 1) will take as its site the grounds of the BMA, where artists are invited to rethink and reinvent the exterior spaces of the facility.
Adjacent to the Johns Hopkins University campus, the BMA boasts a blend of contemporary and neoclassical architecture, a renowned sculpture garden, and a dramatic stepped entrance along Art Museum Dr. Applicants are encouraged to visit the museum to develop ideas for the site.
Submissions must include a written description of the concept and images of recent work. Awards ranging from $1000 - $2500 will be granted as needed for materials.
Applications must be received no later than August 18. Please mail your submissions and a SASE to siteMaryland, Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Dr, Baltimore MD 21218 or email siteMaryland@artbma.org for more details.
Art St. Louis XXII, The Exhibition
November 13, 2006-January 6, 2007
Twenty-second annual all media juried exhibition. Open to St. Louis regional artists 21+ residing within a 200-mile radius of St. Louis. All media juried exhibit. Juried by slides, limit 5 works created in last 2 yrs. (2004-2006 only).
Complete details available http://www.artstlouis.org/
DEADLINE: AUGUST 30, 2006
TEXTURES 2006 International Juried Art Competition is dedicated to artworks using Mixed Media - collage, photos, wood, paint, pencil, paper, canvas, etc. The jury will choose the winning images based on the emotional impact expressed through the exploration of textures of mixed media images on a surface.
All artists who enter will be given visibilty and be included in the On-line TEXTURES 2006 Art Exhibition.
Winners are announced and the On-line Winners' Exhibition opens: Sept 30th.
ARTROM Gallery Events support initiatives which promote artists and their creative research, through International Competitions, Exhibitions, One Person Shows, and Membership in the ARTROM Gallery GUILD.
Contact: Elizbeth Genovesi
Click here for the website.
Click here for the prospectus.
Deadline: April 15, 2007
The Center for Book Arts is pleased to invite Artist Members to submit artworks created between 2004 and 2007 to be considered for the 2007 Artist Members Exhibition tentatively titled: ( Un)Contained Vessels. The exhibition is to be organized by Pamela Spitzmueller, Book Artist and James W. Needham Chief Conservator for Special Collections, The Harvard University Library and the College Library, and Alexander Campos, CBA's Executive Director.
The theme of the 2007 members exhibition examines the container not as merely a functional holding place, but as an integrated/activated part of the piece that is equally important and even enhances the art object it houses. Artworks featured in this exhibition represent a broad range of art containers that are more conceptually based and offer lyrical interpretations that challenge the traditional notion of the "box" (container). Additionally, vessels that can provide alternative presentations or unleash new meaning, form, and/or function will be considered.
Please note that The Center's gallery wall space is limited: the gallery cases cannot accommodate pieces standing taller than 23 inches or wider than 40 inches and there is limited wall space for display. Although, free-standing sculptural floor pieces are acceptable. Artists are invited to submit as many works via slides (no original artwork) for review, however, no more than 12 slides will be accepted to be reviewed. All slides must be properly labeled and accompanied by a slide list with name, title, year created, dimensions, medium/materials, and credited properly (authors, collector, etc.)
Click here for the entry form and complete details.
Deadline: September 15, 2006
The quilt contest "Relationships" is sponsored by Eastcoast Quilters Alliance.
Three entries per one entry fee may be submitted. Quilts of all styles and techniques eligible. Entries will be reviewed by qualified jurors and those selected will then be judged for prizes and ribbons and exhibited at the conference, A Quilters Gathering, in Nashua, New Hampshire November 2-5, 2006.
Full prospectus and application forms may be printed from website http://www.aquiltersgathering.com/
Further information available at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Made To Wear" Quilted Clothing Contest sponsored by Eastcoast Quilters Alliance.
Entries may be submitted by photos or slides.
Entry prospectus and application forms available on http://www.aquiltersgatering.com/
Three entries may be submitted with one entry fee.
Entries chosen by Selection Committee will be exhibited November 2-5, 2006 at A Quilters Gathering in Nashua, NH.
For further information contact EQAquilter@aol.com
She Made Her Mark
A Curated Exhibition at
The Quilters’ Hall of Fame
March 1 - June 25, 2007
Open to all, 18 years or older. Works must be at least two layers of textiles. There are two size categories: One category will have no dimension larger than 72 inches. The second category will have a maximum of 24" by 36" and a minimum of 16" by 24".
Entries must be original and entirely the work of the entrant and made after 2001. Not For Sale (NFS) works will not be accepted.
The judge for The Quilters’ Hall of Fame Exhibition will be selected regionally and will be announced before the deadline for entries.
Information is available at http://www.fiberartsconnsocal.org
Questions can be addressed at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/she_made_her_mark/?yguid=234691972
The curator, Thelma Smith, is well known in the quilt and art quilt field.
You may study her résumé at http://www.thelmasmith.com
Due Date: August 31, 2006
The challenge this year will be to make a piece that depicts yours or someone elses attempt to. “Do small things with great love.” It extends the idea of last year’s theme to include the idea that we can all make some small difference.
So the challenge this year is to depict doing small things with great love in a small format quilt or mixed media fiber piece. The decision to use the smaller format is to make storage and traveling easier, in addition to encourage sales of the work.
Complete details and the entry form can be found on the Fiber Arts Connection of Southern California website.
Yahoo Group for this Challenge: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/doingsmallthings/
COORDINATOR: PEGGY KEENEY
Deadline: November 1st, 2006
Robert A. Peck Gallery is looking for artwork for an exhibition on the themes of weaving or organic. Any media except installation or performance is welcome. Artists interested applying may submitting packets (20 images, artist statement, resume, and cover letter) to:
Gallery Director/ Head of Art
Central Wyoming College
2660 Peck Ave
Riverton, WY 82501
The Dayton Visual Arts Center will mount Short Shows during the 2006-2007 season. Selected from 15-minute, in-person presentations made to a panel of board members, these shows will be presented in the storefront of the space between scheduled exhibits. Short Show artists will agree to be present in the gallery on Thursday evenings and Saturdays during their exhibition and will incur any costs associated with announcements and signage. Written materials and media releases must be approved by DVAC prior to release. Announcements, signage and media contact are not required. Limit of six hours or less of installation/deinstallation time. The next review will take place in the DVAC workspace on November 2 for exhibition January 3-13, 2007. First come, first served; sign up at 5:15 p.m. on day of review.
Complete details available here: http://daytonvisualarts.org/documents/DVACcallforentries2006.pdf
Deadline: September 8, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.
The Dayton Visual Arts Center gallery exhibits artwork of all kinds, and serves artists of all stripes - from emerging to established - working in all media. http://daytonvisualarts.org/showingatDVAC.html
The majority of our exhibitions are scheduled from a biennial Call for Entries. An outside jury of three art professionals review and score submitted proposals and images. The resulting recommendations are reviewed by an Exhibition and Programming Committee. These board members and community volunteers plan two seasons of shows from the most competitive entries. The schedule is then approved by DVAC's Board of Trustees.
We plan our main exhibition schedule about 2-1/2 years in advance. The gallery is currently booked through August 2007. Our next Call for Entries will take place in the autumn of 2006. The prospectus is available here: http://daytonvisualarts.org/documents/DVACcallforentries2006.pdf
You do not have to be a member to submit a proposal, though members may submit one proposal free of charge.
The DVAC gallery maintains professional standards in installation and presentation, but also serves as a multipurpose space for community events, lectures, and receptions. Due to the nature of how this space is used, there may be some limitations on 3-D work. Artwork may need to be moved at times for events.
Sale of work exhibited in the gallery is encouraged.
All entries received by 6 p.m. on Sept. 8, 2006 will be reviewed. Notification of jury time and date, which is open to the public, will be sent by Sept. 29.
The application fee for each proposal is $30; this fee is waived for the first application from any current DVAC member.
Sunday, July 30, 2006
This site will be updated with new items no later than July 31, 2006.
What else is on the horizon?
A New Look!
We are working to make the site cleaner and more user friendly. Our target date of completion is September 1, 2006. Of course, we'll be asking for feedback.