Just one of the many opportunities for artists that we share here, and one of many more that you will find on our e-list of art gallery artist submission opportunities (available here), artists may apply now until February 16th 2017 to exhibit at the Crypt Gallery in London.
Factory-Art Ltd London is organizing their NEVERWHERE Exhibit at the Crypt Gallery to take place in Spring 2017.
Submit your art!
Factory Art Projects “NEVERWHERE” – London 2017
Factory Art invites artists from all over the world to submit their artworks for selection for their next exhibition in London, titled: “NEVERWHERE”–
The Crypt gallery St Pancras is a London Below venue, that will be selecting and showing the work of 20 artists for this upcoming exhibition opportunity.
20 artists will be selected to exhibit “Neverwhere“.
Deadline for Applications: Tuesday 16th February 2017, 10pm GMT.
apply via online form here
Blue Star Contemporary Art Center in San Antonio, Texas has several gallery spaces , project spaces, and arts programs.
Blue Star Contemporary will have an Open Call in January 2017 for 4 artists for their 3 month Berlin Residency –find details here. They are also exhibiting artists, now and into 2019, in a major city airport–find out more here.
The Blue Star Contemporary open call for National & International Artists invites you to submit a portfolio of your work to be considered for exhibition opportunities–the next call will open in the Spring of 2017. Blue Star exhibitions are curated from the pool of the top 10% of artists who submit their work.
To find out more about the many programs of Blue Star Contemporary Art Center click here.
Blue Star Open Call Opportunities for Artists here.
Submission Guidelines here.
Plan ahead in 2017. Keep up with thousands of opportunities in our International Art Gallery Directory e-list. In this e-list we’ve color highlighted art galleries accepting submissions and have added their submission guidelines and links to their guidelines for artists to review. If you are an artist you can quickly locate more opportunities for their art in the International Art Gallery Directory e-list available here and here.
Portrait of a gray duck | by Tambako the Jaguar
There are so many art galleries accepting submissions! We’re giving you just a small sampling from our International Art Gallery Directory of over nine thousand art galleries. We’ve been working on this e-list for years and it has now reached over 550+ pages. This November and December we’ve reviewed the entire list checking every link and all details to be sure that you have access to the latest information. This is a great resource that we want artists to use. In our International Art Gallery Directory e-list we’ve color highlighted art galleries accepting submissions and added their submission guidelines for artists to quickly locate more opportunities for their art. Get the International Art Gallery Directory e-list here and here.
The same day that she purchased the International Art Gallery Directory, November 2016, an artist wrote to me:
“Marie, and I had a quick look in the iCloud version – this is a wonderful resource, very, very impressive.” Marilyn Green, artist
Today, we’re sharing this art gallery from our e-list resources — Gray Duck Gallery in Austin, Texas. If you are in artist in the Texas region, or would like to travel there, you might consider submitting a solo or group exhibition project proposal to Grey Duck Gallery.
Gray Duck Gallery accepts submissions for solo and collaborative group exhibits. Curatorial proposals are also accepted. Works in any media by artists at various stages in their career will be considered.
Please note that they are now accepting submissions only via email in .jpg (JPEG), .pdf, (Acrobat), or pps, (PowerPoint) formats. Include 5-10 digital images along with resume/CV, artist statement and website link. Read the full gallery submission guidelines here.
Get our International Art Gallery Directory of over nine thousand art galleries– here and here
Photo by Marie Kazalia
Our July “vacation” away from this blog to work on other things is winding down. Stay tuned for new articles, artist opportunities, and artist features coming soon.
artwork by Alan Singer
On June 4th, Artist Marketing Resources published a call for artists to submit here. One of our regular readers , artist Alan Singer, let us know that he made his submission to this opportunity after reading our blog post and his submission was accepted!
Artist Alan Singer wrote:
Once again, one of your news updates worked for me – the opportunity to show a work in London,UK through the listing you published for
Ice-Tuxedo a group show called Random Orange, at the Schwartz Gallery. Thanks once again, enjoy the rest of the summer!
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Artist may open a free account on the CuratorSpace site and add your details and images for creating your submissions for Open Studios, Artist book fair exhibitor applications, Arts and crafts fair applications, Residency proposals, Exhibition proposals, Artist portfolio, 2D/3D art, film/video, and sound art. The advantage of creating your submissions in these categories on CreateSpace is that you won’t have to recreate the entire submission for each opportunity. For instance, if you submit to Open Studio every year, all your details are already in place for reuse. The same with your exhibition proposal, you can reuse your proposal for multiple submissions. Make as many submissions as you like with just a few clicks. A real timesaver!
The CuratorSpace site also has a list of exhibition opportunities for artists and if you have a project the site allows you to create your own call for artists and accept submissions.
For more help with submissions, read the Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions ebook
Find an extensive list of galleries that accept artist submissions and proposals here.
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.
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!