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DUMBO Arts Festival Now Accepting Artist Submissions

An artist recently asked if I thought it *worth it* for her to do art festivals.

Of course that depends on the venue, the artwork to be shown, and the goals or expectations of the artist, plus that artist’s willingness to expend the time and energy at the fair. If the artist has two-dimensional artwork such as framed photographs or paintings to exhibit and sell at the fair, there will need to be an additional investment into the equipment needed (such as a booth, lighting, and printed material to distribute at the festival etc). Perhaps some questions that artists should ask themselves would include–Would the physical presence of my art at the fair accentuate my online presence, and vice versa, or even my reputation as an artist? Will I meet gallerists at the fair who will view my work? Will other valuable connections be made? Will sales off-set expenditures?

DUMBO Arts Festival recently began accepting submissions.

Perhaps attend an art fair or festival first, to see for yourself, and talk to exhibiting artists there. Ask others about the pros and cons of their fair experience.

 

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Update: ArtWorld Print Competition Cash Prize Increased + More Support

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The Artworld has increased the cash prize of their print competition from €1,000 to €1,500., and additionally, updated the competition terms to cover payment for postage and packing for distribution of prints.

Artworld Artisanal Print Competition

Dear Artist,

Artworld is pleased to announce its very first Open International Art Competition. The cash prize is €1,500 (approximately $2,079USD or £1,236.) The winning artist will design, print and distribute a limited edition of 50 original hand-made prints. The prints will be distributed to individual art-lovers and artists pledging €100 or more to Artworld’s 2014 crowd-funding campaign.

Submissions (digital and by email) are invited from today. The closing date is Friday, May 16th 2014, and the winner will be notified by Friday, June 13th. The competition details, rules, terms and conditions are as below, and also as set out in the Competition Prospectus.

This is a great opportunity for emerging artists and skilled practitioners of an often undervalued art. If you yourself are not a print-maker, please pass this email to those that are. Alternatively you might share the Competition Notice on Facebook. Should you, or they, have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at artworld@negativeentropy.net.

Yours sincerely. Keith McFarlane Artworld Negative Entropy BV Amsterdam The Netherlands

Alexandria Museum of Art annual juried exhibition

Nancy Noles, of the Alexandria Museum of Art, asked me to share—

Call for Artists for 27th September Competition

Event Description

27th September Competition

September 5–November 22, 2014

Opening Reception & Award Ceremony: Friday, September 5, 6-8pm

The 27th September Competition presented by the Alexandria Museum of Art is an annual juried exhibition selected from national and international submissions highlighting contemporary art practices in all media, selected by celebrated New Orleans based artist, James Michalopoulos. Featuring original art created within the past two years, 50 artworks selected by the juror will be featured in a full-color catalogue and exhibition at Alexandria Museum of Art, along the Red River in the heart of central Louisiana September 5–November 22, 2014. Total cash awards of $2,000 allocated to juror-designated award winners will be presented on September 5.

Visual artists over age 18 working in all media, including but not limited to painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, digital art, video, textile art, and printmaking are invited to submit. All artworks MUST be original and completed in the last two years (2012 or later). $35 entry fee for 2 entries, $20 per additional entry.

James Michalopoulos is a celebrated New Orleans based artist. He is a contemporary of Julian Schnabel, David Salle, Eric Fischl and a school of painters that prevailed in the 1980s who glorified the representational image. He is an artist who refreshes the familiar with colors that dance vividly in and out of the canvas; he pushes and pulls the dimensions of the pigment in the same way that people move and breathe.

The Alexandria Museum of Art strives to preserve, exhibit and promote visual art in Central Louisiana that contributes to the quality of life of its residents and includes collecting and displaying Southern art and art influenced by Southern art, together with promoting art education. Alexandria Museum of Art (AMoA) serves over 12,000 people each year in our museum galleries, store and off-site programs. AMoA entices visitors of diverse tastes with over 5,000 square feet of exhibition space featuring rotating exhibitions of art from our permanent collection, traveling exhibitions from around the world, and exceptional contemporary artists. Prospectus is available online here.

More information can be found at http://www.themuseum.org or by calling 318-443-3458.

Alexandria Museum of Art

933 Second Street

Alexandria, LA 71301

318.443.3458

Contact: Nancy Noles

nancy@themuseum.org

www.themuseum.org

Prospectus online here

Week in Review: Artist Opportunities, Art Collector and Tech Opportunities to Support new ArtWorld App

The Artist Marketing Resources blog shared the news of the ArtWorld app IndieGoGo campaign. Artists are always free to sign-up to use the ArtWorld app to connect with art collectors. Art Collectors and app developers may wish to join in supporting the ArtWorld on IndieGoGo.

The Artist Marketing Resources blog also provided artists with a resource for purchasing fine art acrylic paint direct from the manufacturers at Nova Color , for substantial savings over retail prices.

The following day, we posted an article on art sales sites and art licensing sites, and the day after that we provided artists with news of a magazine seeking art from artists for publication on the cover of their next issue.

At the end of the week, we shared news of a Call to Artists for an opportunity for a July Solo Gallery show at the Napoleon Gallery in Philadelphia.

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Looking for Submissions from Artists for Magazine Cover Art Publication Opportunity

I received a request from Beth, to share the news with artists that they are seeking artwork to publish on the cover of The Reader–here are the details:

Dear Marie,

I’m writing from The Reader Organisation, a social enterprise in the North West. We work to connect people with great literature through shared reading. We also publish a quarterly literary magazine called The Reader which offers great writing wherever we can find it, presenting big names and new voices side by side.

We’re always looking for submissions from cover artists to showcase their talent and to help them gain more exposure, and I wondered whether it would be possible to list The Reader under Art Magazines and Publications Submit list?

To read a little bit more about The Reader, please see our website: http://www.thereader.org.uk/magazine.aspx

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As Beth requested, I’ve added The Reader to the Artist Marketing Resource list of Art Magazines, art blogs, art publishers for #artists to submit to increase visibility.  Click here to access that PDF list. 

 

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Week in review: News and Ops for #Artists, April 1-7, 2014

 

This week on the Artist Marketing Resources blog, we shared news of the ArtWorld apps IndieGoGo crowd funding campaign and the first ArtWorld Print Competition with a cash prize! Read the details here.

Also this week, we let artists know about the First Street Gallery’s Call for Artist Submissions Extended Deadline–and there is still time to submit–here is the link to the prospectus.

 

Artists and artist assistants continue to contact us for e-copies of our International Art Gallery list PDF

Photographic Artists and their assistants like our new 2014 Photographers Resources to International Photography Reps and agents + much more--find it here.

 

We also received an email inquiry regarding our numbers of followers–

The Artist Marketing Resources blog has over 44,000 followers, our LinkedIN group also named Artist Marketing Resources has over 3,000 members.

We are at the maximum number of followers on Google+, and our Twitter accounts have 8,000-12,000 followers per account–@TransArtGuide  @Artozon @MarieKazalia @Transmediartist and other Twitter accounts that we manage.

An assistant to one artist wrote and asked “if you are so popular why do you have so few likes on your Facebook page?”

That’s a good question. The reason is that I started The Artist Marketing Resources Facebook page back in the days when Facebook made many FB formatting changes, destroying my layouts and work!  I became disenchanted with FB and did nothing for the page for a couple of years, instead concentrating on interactions on my blog and in my LinkedIN group. So now, I am working to re-active The Artist Marketing Resources Facebook page–Please follow and LIKE!

 

Artworld Artisanal Print Competition

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Dear Artist,

Artworld is pleased to announce its very first Open International Art Competition. The cash prize is €1,000: approximately $1,375 or £825. The winning artist will design, print and distribute a limited edition of 50 original hand-made prints. The prints will be distributed to individual art-lovers and artists pledging €100 or more to Artworld’s 2014 crowd-funding campaign.

Submissions (digital and by email) are invited from today. The closing date is Friday, May 16th 2014, and the winner will be notified by Friday, June 13th. The competition details, rules, terms and conditions are as below, and also as set out in the Competition Prospectus.

This is a great opportunity for emerging artists and skilled practitioners of an often undervalued art. If you yourself are not a print-maker, please pass this email to those that are. Alternatively you might share the Competition Notice on Facebook. Should you, or they, have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at artworld@negativeentropy.net

Yours sincerely. Keith McFarlane Artworld Negative Entropy BV Amsterdam The Netherlands


Competition Rules

  1. How to Enter. Submit a high-quality digital image taken from the first print. Do not submit the original plate, screen or cut. The image should be at least 1024 pixels and preferably 2048 pixels on the longer side. Submission is by email to artworld@negativeentropy.net. Give your full name and postal-address. The language of the completion is English.
  2. Publicity. The winning artist will take part in Artworld app, and feature prominently on Facebook. Selected competition entries, completion milestones and highlights will also be featured.
  3. Eligibility. The competition is international and open to all. Work submitted, one entry per artist, must be the artist’s own, original work.
  4. Subject. The subject is unrestricted.
  5. Production. Lithography, woodcut, linocut, serigraph, engraving, etching, or any other intaglio or relief technique from which artisanal-quality original prints can be produced. Digital or giclée prints are not acceptable.
  6. Printing. The edition will be printed on high-quality plain-white paper. The paper-size should be between 25cm and 30cm on a side, depending on availability. The paper size should reflect the proportions of the image to be printed and should allow adequate margins.
  7. Judging. A panel of four artists (all of them print specialists) will judge all entries. Selected entries, together with their title and attribution may be posted on Facebook both throughout the competition and after its end. This will certainly apply to shortlisted pieces.
  8. Notification The competition result will be notified via Facebook. The winning and shortlisted artists will be notified via email.
  9. Distribution. The winning artist is responsible for sending individual prints to addresses notified by Artworld. This includes postage and packing The prize includes an allowance to that end.

Terms & Conditions

  1. The decision of the judges is final. In the event of a tie among the judges, the editor of Artworld will have the casting vote.
  2. Submissions must be suitable for a general audience including children over the age of fourteen. The appropriateness or otherwise of the subject is a matter for the editor in consultation with the judges.
  3. The judges are (in Holland) Wim van der Meij and (in England) Geri Waddington and Louise Stebbing. Geri is secretary of the (UK) Society of Wood Engravers. The final judge (for the USA) is Michael Dal Cerro of New York.
  4. The judges must be satisfied that the artist can produce prints to the required high standard. Shortlisted candidates will be expected to send a sample print and ideally four prints, one per judge, for a final decision.
  5. Prints will be shipped to addresses notified by Artworld. While recipients might be anywhere, the majority are expected to be in Europe or North America.
  6. Prints will be dispatched individually. They may be rolled for shipment. Surface mail is acceptable. Neither insurance nor tracking is expected.
  7. Best efforts will be made to understand submissions and communications in languages other than English (there is after all Google Translate). What counts most is the quality of the work produced.
  8. The competition closing date is Friday, 16th May 2014. The winner will be notified no later than the Friday, June 13th. All prints will be dispatched by the winning artist no later than Friday, June 27th.

References

  1. Artworld App: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/artworld/id543591554?mt=8
  2. Community: https://www.facebook.com/ArtworldApp
  3. Indiegogo: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/artworld–2
  4. Pre-Launch: https://www.indiegogo.com/project/preview/7daf5b17

Week in Review: Artist Opportunities

Today is Sunday, and to make it easy to review the opportunities that we posted this week on the Artist Marketing Resources blog, here is this week’s summary —

On Monday, we posted a question from an artist on adding donations of artworks to their artist’s CV –read the full blog post here: http://wp.me/pqZQo-5BC
On Tuesday, we published details on an Exhibition opportunity and Art Award exclusively for art students– http://wp.me/pqZQo-5BP
On Wednesday we presented the details and link to a Call for Submissions to the 2nd Derwent Art Prize– http://wp.me/pqZQo-5BP

On Thursday we provided the details on how to monetize your art and photographic images with IMGembed http://wp.me/pqZQo-5Cs

 

Coming soon–we’ll be posting the details of a new competition for artists to win $1000 and a print edition.

 

Also this week, more artists now have the International Art Gallery list PDF  , 1,100+ Places to Sell Your Art PDF, and our new 2014 Photographers Resources PDF

We’ve sold copies of our ebook the Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions

Artists are also eager to access our PDF Resource list of Art Magazines and Art Blogs

Follows Artist Marketing Resources on Twitter here and on Facebook here.

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Open Submission Opportunity: 2nd Derwent Art Prize Call to Artists

Ka Gray, JPM, Watersoluble pencil, 41 x 30 cm, 2013.

Ka Gray, JPM, Watersoluble pencil, 41 x 30 cm, 2013

Bobi Robson, Communications Assistant at Parker Harris Partnership in the UK, asked me to post this Derwent Call to Artists–

Hello Marie,

I was wondering whether you might be interested in featuring the call for entries to the second Derwent Art Prize on your website?

The aim of the Prize, which in its inaugural year attracted over 3,500 entries from 67 countries worldwide, is to reward excellence through showcasing the very best international works created in pencil. It is an open submission opportunity offering a total prize money of £12,400 to British and international artists working in this versatile medium.
Entries will be judged by a distinguished panel of selectors: Kate Macfarlane, Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Drawing Room; Professor Anita Taylor, artist, Co-Founder and Director of Jerwood Drawing Prize and Dean of Bath School of Art and Design and Josh Spero, Editor of Spears Magazine and Art Critic for Tatler UK.
I have attached the press release and an image from last year’s competition to this email.

Artists, enter your work on the Derwent Prize site here.

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First Impressions 2014, the exhibition and art award exclusively for students

In the UK, View Art Gallery, announced the third year of First Impressions, the exhibition and art award exclusively for students, and are now inviting submissions for First Impressions 2014. The gallery is eager to promote young and aspiring talented artists by offering this opportunity to exhibit in the early stages of their careers.

The past First Impressions winner in 2013, Tim Pavier, exhibited a new collection of work in View Art Gallery and also has limited edition prints available from The View Art Gallery online print shop.
For all artists involved in the process, from submission to exhibition, it is an excellent opportunity to gain experience of working with a commercial gallery.

CALL FOR WORK: SALON DE TEXTES 2 – ‘the rhythm of fragments’

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CALL FOR WORK
SALON DE TEXTES 2 - ‘the rhythm of fragments
45a Chapel Street, Penzance, TR18 4AQ UK
This is a call out for the second salon de textes event, an intimate spoken word showcase and exhibition of art responding to selected spoken texts. We are inviting artists to listen to the recorded texts listed below and to respond with new or existing works.

Nigel Bispham ‘Your words’ Click here
Rene Crouch ‘Nightscape’ Click here
Mac Dunlop ‘Job For Life-less’ Click here
Maura Hazelden ‘Pride & Prejudice: movement: past, possible, present plus letters: verbs’ Click here
Anna Keleher ‘This place has seen’ Click here
Mark Leahy “Hello! This is a test” Click here
Jim Pope ‘The poet’ Click here
Cathy Preston ‘The time has come’ Click here & ‘When life flips that switch’ Click here
Fi Read ‘Tequila’ Click here & ‘Portsmouth to Penzance’ Click here
Alex Rogers ‘shoulds…his merry men’ Click here
Jill Whall ‘Jackdaws’ Click here & ‘Mother & child’ Click here

Application Guidelines
We welcome new works or existing work if it has a particular resonance with one of the recordings. Proposed work should use fragments of the recorded spoken texts within them. Artists may use any media although scale must be kept within 1 metre square. Applicants should email a brief proposal, or description of work, outlining dimensions, medium, and no more than 3 jpegs to Delpha Hudson:delphahud@yahoo.co.uk

Deadline for applications: Sat 5th April. Works to be delivered / installed for hang from 6th – 10th April.

The show will continue for 2 weeks after the salon event. This project is curated by Delpha Hudson in association with other independent artists and CAZ.
The project is supported by ALIAS’ series Artists’ Hubs taking place across Cornwall.

For More information about the rhythm of fragments: Click here
Facebook page: Click here

Full guidelines: Click Here

CAZ & ALIASe: info@cazart.org.uk w: www.cazart.org.uk

A Top 10 Chelsea New York Gallery Portfolio Review Opportunity

 
I received an invitation to submit an electronic portfolio or physical portfolio to an art gallery in the Chelsea district of New York City for possible long-term gallery representation.
The opportunity requirements:
Please include:
                6 to 10 Jpeg images no larger than 1-megabyte (1024 kb) each, 300 dpi
                Title, Medium, and Dimensions of the artwork
                Resume/ Curriculum Vitae
                Artist’s Statement
                Contact Information including Name, Address, Phone Number, E-mail, and Website (optional)
Or, you are welcome to Mail your Portfolio:
                6 to 10 photographs, color copies, or CDs of your work
                Resume/Curriculum Vitae
                Artist’s Statement
                Large Self-Addressed U.S. STAMPED Envelope (for return of portfolio)
Please include all Contact Information: Address, Phone Number, and Email & Web Site.
Submit portfolio for curatorial review by: APRIL 1, 2014. The Gallery’s Curatorial Review Committee shall notify you within two weeks to inform you if you have been selected for Gallery Representation .
You will find the full details for this opportunity on the International Art Gallery list PDF 
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Right Side Art Call: Instagram Photo-based Contest and Exhibition

I have enjoyed snapping shots using my iPad and sending the pics to Instagram to share. Recently, I shared shots of paintings hanging in museum exhibitions using Instagram. Many artists and others snap pics from everyday life with their cell-phones and iPads. There are plenty of apps available for iPad for adjusting and altering these images. The VSCOcam app is used to set exposure on iPad, iPhone and other devices, while the Nightcap app is for taking photos at night using your devices. There are many other apps– some are free, some retail for as low as .99 cents. Ask your Facebook friends what apps they use to discover more.

Participate in an Instagram exhibition to connect with others using photo-based device apps.

Right Side Art has two photography based Instagram contests and exhibitions each year. Their next deadline is August 2014.

Learn more via this link: http://www.rightsideart.com/call

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FJORD Gallery Philadelphia: Call for Entry

Elisa Gabor, an artist member at FJORD Gallery in Philadelphia, and Curator for the exhibition Labor With Love,  asked me to make their Call for Entry visible to artists. Here is the information:

To Labor With Love
Curated by Elisa Gabor
Deadline: March 31, 2014

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On behalf of FJORD Gallery, artist curator Elisa Gabor is calling for artworks to be submitted to To Labor With Love: a collection of objects, images, and gestures about art and process. This exhibition will be on display at FJORD Gallery throughout the month of May. We are thrilled to also be exhibiting and hosting screenings of Artists at Work: a film by Finnish artist Elina Brotherus.

While Brotherus’ film addresses themes of work, subjectivity, and observation, we seek to compose a local conversation that engages creative courage, the value and futility of artistic skill sets, and art as evidence of unique interpretations of labor.

We are looking for artworks that may unintentionally relocate the maker as the subject, that narrate (fictionally or non-fictionally) the process of making something from love (or in the pursuit of love). We hope to assemble a grouping of artworks that rigorously push the limits of their medium either by exposing material failures or inventing new tools and applications.
How to Apply:

Email images and image list (see guidelines below) to fjord.curator@gmail.comwith “To Labor With Love” in the subject line.

Pay your submission fee via Paypal.

You will receive an email confirming your payment and submission.

Submission Criteria:

Submission Fee: $15.00 for two submissions, $5.00 for each additional submission. Maximum of 5 submissions. You may include one detail image (no fee) per three-dimensional submission as needed. Any medium is welcome (photography, video, sculpture, installation, books, web, etc.).

Please submit image list and images to fjord.curator@gmail.com with “To Labor With Love” in the subject line. An artist statement is not required but may help us to better understand your work.

Image List:
Artist information: Name and Contact info
Artwork information: File name, title, date, media, dimensions, presentation requirements (for example, needs pedestal, outlet, headphones, monitor, performance, etc.)

Images:
*Files formatted incorrectly will not be reviewed
JPEG
1000 pixels longest dimension
Files should be named accordingly: Lastname_Firstname_ImageNumber (for example, Knowles_Beyonce_01)

Video pieces should be submitted via a link to an online player on the image list as well as in the email.

Calendar (tentative):
Applicants will be notified by April 6.
Artwork must be received or dropped off at FJORD Gallery by 7pm on April 26(artists are responsible for shipping to and from).
Opening reception will be held on May 2 from 6-9pm.  Artwork pick-up is May 31 by 5pm.

Become a DENY DESIGNS Artist

DENY Design prints wall art and put the artwork of artists on shower curtains, throw pillows, sheets, and rugs and numerous other items such as storage boxes and jewelry boxes.

Visit the DENY Designs website to view the variety of art and products.

If you are an artist with artwork they may work on DENY Design products, submit by uploading ten artwork images to the DENY Designs online submissions form here.

If you are seeking more art licensing company opportunities, artist agents and artist representatives click here.

New Online Art Sales Site: Showflipper

Sandeep Joshi contacted me about his dream to give a platform to artists that would connect artists and art lovers around the world… a dream of a new platform, where artists like you can exhibit and SELL their art. The new site is  Showflipper. Artist’s can get a free store now. But apparently, the site has not yet launched.

Please send your 10 creations at www.showflipper.com and get your free store today.

As new sites open and older established site transform, we continue to update our  1,100+ Places to Sell Your Art PDF resource list for artists.

Best New Writing Magazine Pays Artists For Cover Art

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Christopher Klim, the editor of Best New Writing, asked me to let artists know that his magazine has a paid opportunity with great exposure. “The artist gets the front and back cover. Right now, it’s wide open. We’re looking for bold, small, and intriguing,” he said.

Best New Writing pays artists for cover images plus full byline and contributors copies.  Best New Writing, which houses the results of the Eric Hoffer Prose Award and the Gover Prize for fiction and creative nonfiction, pays artists for cover images: $75.

Best New Writing www.BestNewWriting.com
Follow the awards in progress:
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/HofferAward
Twitter - https://twitter.com/HofferAward

Submission portal (i.e. Submittable) and guidelines can be found here: https://bestnewwriting.submittable.com/submit .
Thank you.

California Art Galleries With Calls to Artists to Submit

Artist Marketing Resources blog has long posted numerous calls for artist submissions for East Coast of the USA, European and International opportunities. So we decided to focus an occasional blog post on West Coast USA gallery opportunities. California

Offramp, a contemporary art gallery in a historic house in Pasadena, California www.offrampgallery.com/  is accepting artists’ submissions. Please submit by email to submissions@offrampgallery.com. The Gallery staff will contact you if they are interested in your work.

Pro Arts  is a non-profit  gallery in Oakland, California http://www.proartsgallery.org/ . Pro Arts posts Calls for Artists/ Artist Opportunities in a monthly calendar.

Sandra Lee Gallery, in the Financial District of San Francisco, California has Submissions guidelines that state– Please DO NOT send submissions via e-mail. Artists may submit a CD of .jpg images and a SAE by mailing it to the gallery address for consideration. Read the full guidelines on the gallery site.

Bay Area Currents is a juried exhibition based on studio visits by a regional curator. The exhibition offers a snapshot of the energetic and risk-taking work made in the Bay Area today, selected by a curator who has a clear knowledge of the region, and illustrated by a small number of key artists. read the full guidelines here.

Bay Area Currents Call for Entry Entry Deadline: Wednesday, April 16, 2014, midnight

Selections by Dena Beard Assistant Curator, University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
Exhibition Dates: July 8 – August 8, 2014

Artists must reside/work within the nine counties of the Greater Bay Area, defined as Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano and Sonoma counties. Final selections will be made based on studio visits. Artists or representatives must be available during this scheduled time.

ARTWORK REQUIREMENTS

  • All media accepted. Video, performance, internet, and sound-based work are considered via website URLs in online submission. Insert URL into the ‘media’ field of online system.
  • Original work only that has not previously been exhibited at Pro Arts.
  • Artwork must be installation ready with appropriate hanging hardware and/or specialized equipment for media works.

Artist will find many more galleries with calls for artists on our list.

Artists Submit to Garvey Simon Art Access Saturday Feature

Every Saturday, New York City art gallery, Garvey Simon Art Access Inc  posts a selection of original artwork submitted by up-and-coming artists to their Tumblr blog.

This is an excellent way for up-and-coming artists to get images of their art viewed by gallery curators. Saturday Selections Submissions may be made here.

You won’t be able to upload your jpegs but will need an image URL. You can find an image URL on images of your art on your own blog or website. Copy and paste the link into the Tumblr form.

How to submit work:

- Please submit your work as a photo or video post, and if there is a link to your personal blog, please include that as well. Read the full guidelines on the gallery Tumblr blog.

Artists will find a further list of Tumblr blogs to submit to here.

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Art Galleries Accepting Artist Submissions: AD Projects New York City

 

Early in 2014, AMOS ENO Gallery located in the Bushwick community of New York, presented an exhibition opportunity with an open call for artists to participate in PAST / FORWARD, an exhibition celebrating Amos Eno Gallery’s 40 years of operation. The call has closed and all works have been selected from the entries submitted. PAST / FORWARD will be on view in Amos Eno’s new home at The Loom until March 1, 2014. 

Within the past five years, the resurgence of alternative artist spaces, particularly in the borough of Brooklyn, New York, has drawn the attention of the international art world.

Just one of many art galleries and art exhibition projects that are currently accepting submissions from artists, AD Projects is an independent curatorial enterprise supporting the work of emerging and mid-career artists.

Artist Marketing Resources offers a list of hundreds art galleries currently accepting submissions, in PDF format—gain access to the resource list here.

Artist Submissions — AD Projects would like to learn about new work by emerging artists. If you are an artist and would like your work reviewed, please follow the submission guidelines below.

All submissions should include:

▪ cover letter

▪ biography and/or resume

▪ artist statement (up to two typed pages)

▪ articles related to work (up to three reviews/press clippings)

▪ representation of work in jpeg format

Please email your materials to info@adprojects.org

Space Submissions AD Projects’ mission—to mount fresh work by emerging artists in raw, vacant or temporary spaces—places it within a widening movement that has gathered momentum in New York. Several other groups have formed to take advantage of the vast walled-in emptiness that is the result of the real estate bust. AD Projects’ peers include No Longer Empty, SmartSpaces and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
In the interest of reviving the tradition of alternative exhibition sites, AD Projects is always seeking vacant spaces to invigorate with contemporary art. Should you have details for available real estate, please email info@adprojects.org.