Apply Today! Open Call for Artists for New Year Event Online

We announced a similar event last fall here. Now we are announcing a New Year event that’s happening this December 30th online for 24 hours and we want to invite you to apply.
Deadline to apply is 27th December!
Say Happy New Year to the world with an Online Performance at this event!

Here are the links to the site, the open call and Facebook event:

www.onlineperformanceart.com

http://www.onlineperformanceart.com/application-form/

https://www.facebook.com/events/217984015319489/

Looking forward to seeing your works.

All the best from the Online Performance Art Festival Team

holiday lights at night, photograph by Marie Kazalia

holiday lights at night, photograph by Marie Kazalia

Advertisements

Do You Have a Room, Garage or Other Domestic Space to Host A Feminist Art Project?

silhouette-of-strong-feminist-lifting-the-house-the-concept-of-feminism

 

 

There are commercial lists of art galleries online designed to attract visitors to the galleries. Our International Art Gallery e-list is for artists, with gallery submission guidelines, and includes artist-run spaces and projects, and alternative project spaces.

One such alternative gallery space, previously based in New York City and now hosting Craftswoman House Temporary Residence Project in Los Angeles–Craftswoman House, seeks feminist collaborators. Their guidelines ask: “Do you have a hall closet, spare room, garage or other domestic space where you could host a project? Have a curatorial proposal or idea for a show? We want to hear from you!”  Visit the Craftswoman House website here. Follow the project on their blog here.

 

 

petalheart

 

All art gallery submission guidelines as listed in the International Art Gallery Directory e-list available here and here.  Our e-list  art sales venues are listed here and here.

LAB Art Show International Art Exhibition

LabArtShow

 

At the request of artists, we’ve begun adding art fairs and select art group shows and events to our e-list of Art Galleries (get it here.)

Lab Art Show connected with us on LinkedIn and provided details on their sophisticated non-profit art event where artists have the opportunity to network and exhibit their artwork.

The Lab Art Show is a multidisciplinary art exhibition that features about 150 local and international artists and galleries from over 12 countries, as well as a full roster of performance art–all in one day. The Lab Art Show nightlife events have happened twice annually over the past 3 years, to become a major anticipated event each year for art professionals and art lovers.

Their 7th semi-annual Lab Art Show hosts local art galleries, media and prestige’s art enthusiast of Vancouver to experience a night of magic and visionary expression. For 3 successful years, the Glitz team has worked hard to produce Lab Art Show – a local, rapidly growing event inspired by the magic and wonder of Cirque du Soleil and blended with the imaginative expression of Vancouver’s most talented artists.

Art Rooms London: #Artists Apply For 1 of 70 F+R+E+E Hotel Rooms to Exhibit Your Art

Screenshot 2015-11-22 at 11.20.31 AM

ARTROOMS is a new concept in art exhibiting your art. Artists are free to create their own environment in a room in the prestigious Melia White House Hotel, London!

Artists apply now until December 15th for free rooms. Go to Art Rooms London site here and click on *APPLY* in top menu.

70 rooms on offer for you to exhibit YOUR WORK.. For FREE! Sign up for your chance to WIN!
ArtRoomsLondon

New Art Gallery, Art Magazine, Art Book Publisher

ID-100168485

Since Artist Marketing Resources became a part of what’s happening online, beginning in 2008, we’ve noticed more multi-purpose organizations springing up–such as Tumuult, based in Berlin, Germany–which has both online and live art projects. Tumuult is scheduled to open in November of this year as an interdisciplinary art gallery focusing on up-and-coming artists and environmental issues,  working with both artists and scientists. Tumuult will be engaging with their public via pop-up installations and lectures.  Plus, they are a creative agency involved in Interior Design and furniture design, and publishes limited edition prints, an art magazine, and art books in English, French, and German.

Submit to the first issue of their magazine here. Find out more about their Pop-up projects and Tumuult publishing here.

These are all areas of interest to us–art magazines, limited edition artist prints, art exhibition venues, and Interior Design art sales– since we promote and submit artists’ work to art magazines and provide publication resources to artists in our e-list here, and have gathered together an extensive list of art print resources for artists here, provide an e-list of over five-thousand art galleries here, and a resources e-list of art consultants which includes select Interior Designers here, as well as Art Sales venues here, and Art Licensing resources here and photography resources here.

Please get in touch for unique solutions for your projects.

 

ID-10023148

“Set Of Books In The Shape Of Flower” Image courtesy of Danilo Rizzuti at FreeDigitalPhotos.net
//
Buy it now

Exhibition Space in Bushwick Pays Artists Honoraria for Long-term Installation Display

blogSilentBarn

 

Silent Barn is a Bushwick, Brooklyn based exhibition space. They have a live performance space, artist studios and a live/work artist-in-residency program and more.

They consider themselves a DIY space. Silent Barn is on the hunt for installation works and visual artworks to fill their large white walls and the soaring ceilings of their three-story stairwell.

Silent Barn is able to provide access to materials (hardware, paint, wood, etc.) and funding with a $200 honoraria for the work(s), plus other assistance such as helping seek grant funding for projects, assist with installing your art and more.

Once installed, Silent Barn will include your work in their online gallery and publicize your work.

They’d like to install works now and into the Spring of 2015. They are especially seeking artworks that can stay on display for a minimum of six months (shorter is OK too).

Deadline for submissions is April 1.

If you’re interested, they have a Google group you can email silentbarnresidents@googlegroups.com with your intentions, sample works, and artist bio. The current residents will review proposals and get in touch with you for more.

Silent Barn
603 Bushwick Ave
Brooklyn, New York 11206
USA
*

Find more spaces around the world to show your art, with our International Art Gallery Directory  here.

Find more artist resources in our 2 web stores: #1 here and # 2 here

 

Collectives and Artist Led Projects: Artist-Created Exhibitions and Events

Individually, many artists work alone to build connections, buyers and collectors. Some artists work with us and use our artist submission services to get news of their available work out to collectors, galleries, and art consultants. Other artists create or join artist collectives for professional reasons, such as to share costs of publicity, exhibition spaces, and to develop a higher group profile.

There is an amazing creative variety in the ways members of various collectives come together to host projects, exhibitions, workshops and events.

The New York based Kolektiv1 art group sells tickets to one night wine, jazz, art, and dancing events to raise awareness and support for kolektiv1’s artists and their spring art shows.

Something Different Art Collective allows you to sign up to receive invitations to their party events.

Kollektiv Gallery not only curates and exhibits art, but instructs artists in the world of Crowdfunding and selling art. Collective Gallery uses Kickstarter to teach new artists how to fund a project. Their Fast Art workshop instructs artists in using empty spaces and making a project happen on any budget.

The Animamus Art Salon, created by the artist Ventiko, puts on such amazing group artist performances that their shows garnered them a feature in Interview Magazine, which you can read here.   Both the Animamus Art Salon and VERB Projects are about art in action and the act of making and participating. The VERB Projects artist led exhibitions and events offer an alternative approach within the contemporary art scene.  Artists spend time in a space creating new art specifically for Verb Projects.  Value is placed upon the artist’s engagement through working with a range of art and non-art sites, the dialogue between art object, the site and the role of the audience in it. Photos on their 12HRS tumblr blog and Up on the 5th floor  and C-PAGES blog document activities in their free pop-up event spaces where artists showcase their work.

Screen Shot 2014-11-17 at 10.38.57 AM

The Vox Populi artist run space in Philadelphia, which was founded in 1988, is an artist collective that seeks to support challenging and experimental work of under-represented artists. Vox Populi’s monthly exhibition schedule includes solo shows of members and guest artists, a curated video lounge, annual guest-curated shows and group shows that provide exposure for emerging artists.

(*‿*✿) Find more resources in the Artist Marketing Resources web store.

Shop Amazon’s Holiday Electronics Gift Guide

Join Amazon Prime – Listen to Over a Million Songs – Start Free Trial Now

Shop Amazon – Give the Gift of Amazon Prime

Join Amazon Student FREE Two-Day Shipping for College Students

Amazon.com – Read eBooks using the FREE Kindle Reading App on Most Devices

Win-Win Program Offers Emerging Artists Ten-Day Exhibition in Amsterdam Gallery

Keith McFarlane is based in Amsterdam and is the owner and Developer of the ArtWorld app–an app for art collectors to connect with artist (available on iTunes here). Keith asked me to share the news of the Win-Win Program at the Window Gallery in Amsterdam.
Here is what Keith wrote:
BlogWindowGalleryAmsterdam
Artworld both supports and works closely with the Window Gallery in Amsterdam. The gallery, owned by Ella Arps of Arps & Co, is well-known for its innovative Win-Win programme. The programme offers emerging artists from across the world a ten-day exhibition here in Amsterdam. The idea behind the programme is to win exposure for the artists and to bring a new and fresh perspective to the arts’ community in Amsterdam. There is also a charitable element: artists must make a donation to an international arts’ educational charity TeachforLife. And they may take part in the Netherland’s Overdekunst (About Art) programme, whereby Dutch schools are given a budget to buy original artworks by contemporary fine-artists. Win-Win artists will feature in the Overdekunst catalogue for one year (commissions apply to any school purchase).

Many recent Win-Win artists now participate in Artworld, among them Xavier Yarto (Mexico City, Mexico), Esra Kizir Gökçen (Istanbul, Turkey), Maša Gala (Ljubljana, Slovenia), and Marta Brysha (Tasmania, Australia). It has been my pleasure to meet all of these artists and to see and to study their work!

For artists seeking a first international exposure, an opportunity to travel and spend a few days in The Netherlands, this is a very personable, or as the Dutch would say gezellig, and intimate experience. The costs for the artist are shipping, own travel and accommodation. Arps & Co provide the gallery, local publicity, insurance, framing, hanging, and advice about the Dutch market. It truly is a Win-Win!

I think this is an excellent opportunity for international exchange, one, moreover that has a personality all of its own: quite unlike the aggression and competitiveness of a large exhibition. It brings a rounded sense of the personality of Amsterdam and of the individuals that take part.

I would like very much to see this idea extended to other small galleries with an education and charitable interest internationally. And I wonder whether funding could be found to bring talented and emerging artists from countries and circumstances where international travel and shipping would otherwise be beyond their reach? This might be done independently, for example in South Africa, India or East Asia, but it might also bring such new talents to Amsterdam. If you’re interested, then you might contact Arps & Co directly. Alternatively you might contact the Keith McFarlane, editor@negativeentropy.net. I will do what I can to connect people who are interested.

And if you’re an artist wishing to take part in the Win-Win programme and to visit Amsterdam, then contact Ella Arps at info@arpsgallery.com.

 

Grand Opening of the Institute of Fabrefaction Art Building

blogimageInstituteofFarbrefaction

 

We haven’t heard many complaints about the “bad economy” lately. Perhaps we’ve all become accustomed and accepting.

But it is always encouraging when new art organizations springing up.

The new Institute of Fabrefaction gives visual artists access to tons of equipment (letterpress, screenprinting, ceramic, wood shop, metal shop, additive manufacturing, vinyl/paper cutters and more) all with 24/7 access! They are having their Grand Opening on Nov 1st 6-9pm and you are invited to come and see their new 12,000 square foot building!  In the main Gallery they are hosting recent large scale works by Kevin Bradley “Robots and Storetry: The Art of Letterpress Typography.” In the Fabrefaction Gallery will be an exhibition of the sculptures of Jeff Hantman. Additionally, come explore the 28+ working artist studios on site!

 

Looking for more Galleries? Click here.

Constantly Consuming Culture’s Crowdfunded Exhibition Projects: Chicago and Miami

blogCCCultureart
Constantly Consuming Culture is a Chicago based organization using annual crowdfunding campaigns to produce group exhibitions.
You get real art as perks when you fund their Indiegogo campaign for Constantly Consuming Culture–The Waterfront.
These art perks are Chicago waterfront themed works by artists John Airo and Gretchen Hasse, and include acrylic on wood paintings and quality prints of drawing and photo montages–one painting pictured above. The artist John Airo is also offering a personal portrait for a pledge of $1500.
Help fund their campaign here.
According to organizer Patrick Ogle, they are planning two shows featuring Chicago and Miami artists–one in Miami (Feb 2015) and another in Chicago (April 2015). “We are still looking for a few artists from both cities,” he stated.

 

 

blogCOnstantlyconsumingculture

USA Artist Funding, Mexico Artist Colony, and Contemporary Canadian Art Database

Today, I’ve decided to share a miscellaneous collection of resources that I’ve collected. If you would like more, click here.

An interesting artist funding organization, Franklin Furnace Fund, is based in Brooklyn New York. Franklin Furnace has annually awarded grants to emerging artists selected by peer panel review to enable them to produce major performance art works in New York.  Find the Franklin Furnace Submission Guidelines and Artist Application here.

The town of San Miguel de Allende, in Mexico, has long been a colony of expatriate artists. Read more about the town here.

The Soap Factory, in Minnesota, will be accepting submissions this coming winter for their 2016 exhibition season.

Raid Projects is an artist-run contemporary art space and international artists residency in Los Angeles, California, USA.

 The CCCA Canadian Art Database Project is a work in progress with the overall objective of broadening public awareness of contemporary Canadian Art in Canada and internationally, and to document the careers of Canada’s leading professional artists, designers, art writers and curators, as well as some important Canadian art institutions and organizations that have helped shape the Canadian art scene since the 1960s.

RFP for LEVEL Experimental Interactive Art Installations in Chicago

 

bloglogo

LEVEL, held September 11 – 20, 2014, is a free, ten-day annual architecture and art event that showcases site specific and often experimental interactive installations that embrace Chicago’s rich cultural landscape.  During LEVEL, architects, designers and artists transform unique, hidden spaces within the Downtown Chicago Loop into destination places for visitors and locals alike.  LEVEL is being held during EXPO CHICAGO contemporary art fair as a complementary design and new media experience.

There are a total of 11-15 artists, designers and architects (individuals and teams) that will be selected through this proposal process and by invitation to participate by creating installations for downtown concourse walkways, building lobbies, outdoor plazas, rooftops, and other ‘hidden’ architectural gems. Overall, they are seeking installations that react and respond both to the architecture/environment of the sites, and to the public audience that views them.

Installation sites are indoors and outdoors. The outdoor locations will consist of open courtyards, building rooftops, plazas, or alleyways. The interior locations include building lobbies, unoccupied building floors, and covered walkways/concourse. Most of the locations are ‘hidden’ from public view, in that they are private, normally closed and/or inaccessible to the public. All of the locations will be viewed at night, thus the proposals should respond to this condition.

The exact locations of projects will be determined upon receipt of all proposals in order to provide the most suitable match of site to project. Images of past installations can be found on the LERATA website at http://www.lerata.org. 

To best understand installation and site typologies, please see images at http://www.lerata.org.

RFP deadline for LEVEL, due June 20, 2014.

More information about the LEVEL event is located online here.

blogLerata

 

 

 

NYC Gallery Looking to Showcase Tattoo Culture, Mainstream and Subculture Artists, Digital Artists and Photographers

The Sacred Gallery NYC which has been around since 2009 in Soho New York City, and is adjacent to Sacred Tattoo, a twenty year standing body art studio. Sacred Gallery is looking to showcase the works of tattoo culture artists, mainstream and subculture artists, digital artists, and photographers. If you’re interested in having your work shown at Sacred Gallery, visit their website and click on Submissions.

If your art does not fit this opportunity, or If you are an artist looking for more opportunities to show and sell your work, we offer resources for finding more galleries here and for retail sales opportunities here.

Art Production Fund Open Call For Artist Submissions

English: Kenny Scharf mural on Houston and Bowery

English: Kenny Scharf mural on Houston and Bowery (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Art Production Fund, in partnership with The New Museum, is hosting an open call for inclusion in the public art installation After Hours 2: Murals on the Bowery, part of the IDEAS CITY Festival. The selected artist will have the opportunity to have their artwork presented on a Bowery storefront roller shutter, along with 14 other artists in the project. On view from May – October, 2013, the work will be displayed when shops close each evening along the Bowery between Delancey St. and East Houston St.
Submissions:
All artists, regardless of age, gender, and nationality, are eligible to apply.
All submissions must be sent to afterhours@artproductionfund.org.
Applications which are hand-delivered or mailed will not be accepted.
Artists will be selected based on artistic strength and vision, as well the work’s relevance to the “After Hours” mural concept.
Due to the volume of submissions, Art Production Fund can only respond to those artists whose proposals best fit the interest of the program.
No calls please.

PLEASE SUBMIT ARTWORK BY MARCH 18, 2013.

Application Review & Process:
Artists should format their proposal/submission as one PDF.
Please include full contact information, address, phone number, and email.
Artists should include one image that would be suitable for a 10 x 14 ft (approximate dimensions) roller gate.
Only graphic images that can be painted onto an uneven roller shutter will be accepted**. Artists should format their PDF to include any or all images within the body of the PDF. Additional material sent alongside the PDF will not be reviewed.
PDFs can include links to websites, galleries, previous exhibitions, and/or past reviews.

**Painting will be executed by Colossal Media. If selected, APF will request a high-resolution version of your image as well as a color match print.

The open call artist will be selected by a panel of judges that include:
Art Production Fund
Gary Carrion-Murayari, Curator, The New Museum
Linda Yablonsky, Art Critic
Bob Holman, Founder of the Bowery Poetry Club
– Youth artists from a mural making collaboration between the New Museum’s G:Class, Chinatown YMCA, Groundswell and University Settlement.

AFTER HOURS 2: MURALS ON THE BOWERY is a public art installation that plays with the practices of graffiti art, traditional mural painting and graphic posters, to ignite the neighborhood surrounding The Bowery. After Hours 2 invites artists to reflect upon the history and present state of The Bowery to create a site specific mural or poster. This public art project is both a destination for a specific audience and an unexpected art intervention for the passerby.

ART PRODUCTION FUND is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to commissioning and producing ambitious public art projects, reaching new audiences and expanding awareness through contemporary art.

IDEAS CITY is a festival that explores the future of cities around the globe with the belief that arts and culture are a driving force behind the vitality of urban centers. IDEAS CITY was founded by the New Museum as a major collaborative initiative between dozens of arts, education, and community organizations working together to effect change. The festival is held every other year in New York with satellite conferences and workshops taking place in international cities during the alternate years. IDEAS CITY was launched in New York in 2011.

IDEAS CITY Topic 2012/2013: Untapped Capital

As the world’s resources continue to be endangered, depleted, and destroyed, we need to come up with new solutions and practices and develop new approaches. Rather than focusing on our deficits, this year’s IDEAS CITY encourages an examination of surplus capital that may be under-recognized or underutilized. There are many ways of thinking about what untapped capital could be: people, ideas, networks, raw materials, varied resources, and modes of communication. The topic of Untapped Capital provides a meeting place for developing alternative thinking, new methodologies, new solutions, and new goals.

After Hours 2 is made possible with the generous support of Sotheby’s.

 

Alternative Exhibition Spaces and Press

NYU exhibition program- Broadway Windows

NYU exhibition programs Broadway Windows

Broadway Windows and Washington Square Windows are New York University exhibition program spaces.

The two Steinhardt Windows Galleries: Broadway Windows at Broadway and East 10th Street, and Washington Square Windows, on the east side of Washington Square Park will continue to feature professional artists. Contact Peter Campus with your proposal.

 *

Art Resources Transfer, Inc.is a non-profit organization committed to documenting and supporting artists’ voices and work, and to making these voices accessible.

Since its founding in 1987, Art Resources Transfer has established A.R.T. Press primarily to publish books based on artist to artist conversations. The conversation format permits an informal investigation of the artists’ practice and the larger social issues that inform it. By virtue of their clarity, personal focus, affordability, and innovative method of distribution, these books make possible the presentation of contemporary artists and their work to a wide readership.

Find a gratis PDF list of art publications here, and more exhibition spaces and galleries here.

Dov Lederberg Paintings In Virtual 3D Gallery Exhibition

Source: dld.bz via Marie on Pinterest

Conceiving the Universe, Dov Lederberg

One of 4 paintings by artist Dov Lederberg, in the Artist Marketing Resources virtual 3D gallery group exhibition  http://dld.bz/bMsKU

contact artist rep: Marie Kazalia

email: MarieKazalia@gmail.com

#artforsale #art

Spots and Dots Virtual 3D Gallery Show is Open for Viewing!

Orb, Orbit, Orbital: the art sphere–group exhibition: Paintings by Barbara Danin, Clare Haxby, Cynthia Conte, Dov Lederberg, Hena Tayeb,  Javier Arturo Marin Gomez, Lisa Love, Marie Kazalia, Monica Church, Parul Mehta, Ray Paul, Terry Honstead, Yael Avi-Yonah

http://gallery.exhibbit.com/exhibition/8e8d98b0-0d03-424c-a448-c6072be8e8bd/index.html

ISP–International Artists’ Program

The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) is a leading nonprofit, residency-based contemporary art institution for emerging to mid-career artists and curators from around the world. In 2008, ISCP moved from Manhattan to East Williamsburg, Brooklyn to the former factory of the Sackett & Wilhelms Lithography Company, an 18,000 square-foot building constructed in 1901. This move expanded ISCP’s facilities to 35 studios, an exhibition gallery and a project space. To advance its core mission of supporting artists in producing and exhibiting a wide range of contemporary, often experimental, artistic approaches, ISCP annually presents a series of innovative exhibitions and public programs both on- and off-site. Each year, over 100 artists and curators are in residence at ISCP and approximately 10,000 individuals attend ISCP’s public programs.

Call for Artist Submissions In All Media for Exhibition in Miami-Beach Library during the Art Basel/Miami Beach Fair

the End is an international call for works in any media, curated by US-based Gean Moreno. Which new visual forms can the idea of ‘the end’ generate in our particularly turbulent historical moment?For more details about the theme: http://www.celesteprize.com/theend2012/   
Join online by 15 October 2012
Prize: Euro 1,000 to the winning project!
The End is open to artists, photographers, designers and architects worldwide, without limits of age or experience. 10 projects selected by Gean Moreno will be exhibited 5-8 December 2012 in at the Miami-BeachRegional Library, USA, during the ‘Art/Basel/Miami Beach Fair.’40 Euro entry fee per project (includes up to 10 artworks), application and submission directly online.

The End is a collaboration between Miami-Dade Public Library and Celeste Network.

For more information contact Steven Music and Silvia Li Pira at:
Info@celesteprize.com

New Gallery Space in the UK Shows National and International Artists

English: Armoury Towers, Barracks Square, Macc...

English: Armoury Towers, Barracks Square, Macclesfield, Cheshire, England (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Three days ago, I posted a call for a new art exhibition space in a boutique nightclub in San Francisco. For this post, the call for artist submissions is for a new art gallery space within a piano store in Cheshire England–the Marburae Art Gallery.

Marburae Art Gallery is a new gallery space in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England dedicated to contemporary visual Arts. The gallery also sells art online via their Buy Art Online section of their website.

The Art Gallery was founded in 2011 to create an exciting mix of music and visual arts in a combination that is accessible to Artist’s and Art lovers but also to the lay person. Marburae Art Gallery shows national and international Artists.

Located within Shackleford Pianos Cheshire, the gallery space is flooded with natural light due to a glass ceiling, allowing perfect viewing conditions for artwork. There is also a varied collection of small, darker rooms for pieces that require intimacy.

Please explore the website for more information about Marburae Gallery’s exhibitions, past present and future. You can find all the details about Artists that have exhibited with the art gallery, discover Art, Art galleries and Art studios in Macclesfield and surrounding areas such as Manchester and find out exactly where we are based.

Marburae Art Gallery of Macclesfield, Cheshire would like to receive submissions and proposals for both 2D and 3D artworks for exhibitions in 2013. Marburae Art Gallery specialises in contemporary visual arts and is an unconventional space for Artists to have the chance to show their current practice in a stimulating environment that combines both music and the arts.

If your work is engaging, dynamic and captivating then contact us for the chance to take part. Please send your submission before 20th August 2012

There will be no submission fee and only a commission of 25% on all works sold.  We will ask for the Artist’s mailing lists later in the process to allow us to promote the exhibitions as much as possible and to begin a network of mailing lists between Cheshire galleries to promote the arts locally and nationally.

For the chance to exhibit, be it existing work or a proposal for new project then please send 10 images of your work to marburaegallery@gmail.com along with the title, dimensions, price inclusive of 25% commission and any specific requirements for hanging. Also a brief statement about you and your work. – Applications without this information will not be reviewed.

Please send your submission before 20th August 2012 and the gallery will contact you by 1st September 2012 to confirm whether your application has been accepted.

Marburae Gallery

www.artinmacclesfield.co.uk