We received this RFP Invitation to SKYLINE 2015–
Seek Art, a Beta site for what I refer to as high-end art, produced the RAZE site-specific exhibition in Beijing featuring a range of media, including sculpture, installations, sound, and street actions with QR-Codes appearing as part of the exhibition pointing to a media based project online.
For RAZE, the artist Zhang Ding served placebo ecstasy-shaped cakes to the viewing audience during his performance, inviting them to consume and altering their states of mind or experience through participation. The artist then took portraits of viewers.
Seek Art then produced a limited edition DVD of the RAZE exhibition, available in their /Lab.
The Seek Art shop offers limited-edition art objects created by artists and produced by their /lab.
The SEEK-ART.com network of international artists range in medium and practice. Michele Thursz, Founder and Artistic Director, is an independent cultural producer and consultant based in New York City. From 1999-2009, Thursz co-founded and directed Moving Image Gallery [MIG], NYC, one of the first galleries to show contemporary artists using electronic and computer-based mediums. You will find her contact information on the Seek Art site.
The nineteenth COLLISIONcollective exhibition will open at the Boston Cyberarts Gallery in Jamaica Plain (Boston) on Friday, June 14, 2013. They’d love to consider what you’ve been working on for inclusion in the show.
If you’d like to participate, your submissions are due before midnight (eastern time, UTC-05:00), May 11, 2013.
• Judging will be final by May 18, 2013, with notifications going out the same day[/*]
• The show is scheduled for installation the week of June 9, 2013.[/*]
• Opening will be 6-9 PM, Friday, June 14, 2013.[/*]
• The show will be up for six weeks, coming down on July 27, 2013.[/*]
You are invited to submit through: http://collisioncollective.org/mysubs
In order to submit, first add yourself as a website user (if you haven’t already done so for a prior submission), log in, and then use the My Submissions navigation link to submit your proposal. After initially submitting, you can edit your proposal up until the submission deadline. If you have several works to enter, multiple submissions are fine, but generally only one piece per person will be accepted unless they are a series. You may submit a proposal for a piece yet to be realized, but the likelihood of its completion will be considered during judging. The Cyberarts Gallery will comfortably house moderately-sized artworks and installations, but space is somewhat limited. Please limit your proposed work a maximum size of 8*8*8 feet (2.4*2.4*2.4 meters) as really large projections, etc. will negatively impact the number of works to be shown.
As ever, works will be judged according to the following criteria (in decreasing order of importance):
• art / technology — be techno in production or product[/*]
• safe — do not be dangerous to patrons[/*]
• completed / available — be available including artist[/*]
• fits space — be a team player[/*]
• exciting / novel — be fun and unique[/*]
• thought provoking — be smart[/*]
• crafty — be quality[/*]
Some examples of recent works accepted into COLLISIONcollective shows can be found at http://collisioncollective.org/artwork. Please take these as a general guide to the genre covered, but not as a limitation of your creative parameters. We want to see your ideas!
Please note: Artists are responsible for delivery, pickup, and installation of all work. If you are not in the Boston area and you need us to install your work, you may mail your ready-to-hang work to us in a secure container but you will need to pay for all shipping and insurance, both to and from the gallery. Transit to and from the exhibition is the responsibility of the artist.
Boston Cyberarts Gallery
141 Green Street
Jamaica Plain (Boston), Massachusetts Massachusetts 02130
United States of America
You are an artist and you would love to see your art featured in an art magazine, right? Artist Marketing Resources is busy compiling a list of art magazines that accept artist submissions.
To get permanent access to this list–even as it grows and expands over the years ahead, this is all you have to do—help us expand the list by sending Artist Marketing Resources the name and link to one art magazine that accepts artist submissions–send in an email to: MarieKazalia@gmail.com
You will receive a thank you email response that contains the PDF access link. Use the PDF list to submit your art for features in publications.
Field Projects is an artist run project space and online venue dedicated to emerging and mid-career artists. Centered on short-term curatorial projects, Field Projects presents monthly exhibitions at their Chelsea location in addition to pop-up exhibitions throughout New York City. Artists and curators are invited to submit their work for consideration in future exhibitions through our open call submissions guidelines.
Field Projects also has a new Flat File feature for artists.
Hello, This is from Allegra LaViola Gallery.
We hope to post on Curatorial Open Call on Artists Marketing Resources.
Thank you for considering.
Curatorial Open Call at Allegra LaViola Gallery.
Allegra LaViola Gallery welcomes applicants to its 2012 Curatorial Open Call
We invite curators and artists alike to submit exhibition proposals for a 4-6 week show in our Project Space during the fall of 2012. The Project Space is on the lower level of the gallery and features built-in fluorescent lighting, 8’5” high ceilings, and the ability to totally control the lighting for video work. Please see below for the floor plan of the space and examples of past installations. Chosen applicants will receive a $100 stipend for exhibition related materials, as well as having 250 postcards printed by the gallery for the exhibition, an opening party, and full support of the gallery in promotion.
About the gallery: Allegra LaViola Gallery is located in Lower East Side of Manhattan. The Gallery’s focus is both established and emerging artists, with an emphasis on painting, installation and performance related work. Allegra LaViola Gallery is interested in promoting the fullness of the artist’s vision, and has been host to a variety of conceptual projects and installations, including performance series and one-night events.
Due August 30th, 2012
Curatorial Statement: Please submit a statement, no more than 200 words, describing the concept for the project, artist(s) and works submitted (word document or PDF).
CV /Resume: No more than 300 words highlighting previous curatorial efforts (word document or PDF).
Images: Please submit up to 5 JPEG images, no more than 10” wide and 72 dpi.
Application Fee: A non-refundable fee of $75 is due upon submission and can be submitted by clicking the icon below.
E-mail all materials as attachments to ALVopencall2012@gmail.com.
Chosen applicants will be notified by September 30, 2012.
|Sloane Studio Call For Video & Interactive Artists
SLOANE STUDIO a new gallery space within a space inhabits just over 700sq/ft of oneSan Francisco’s elite boutique nightclubs and première venues.
SLOANE STUDIO has the space, all they need now, is your unlimited creativity.
An exploration into the world of video technology and installation art,
SLOANE STUDIO invites guests and curious seekers to view and experience the visual
narratives of local artists through innovative new mediums.
SLOANE STUDIO facilitates ‘movement’ between SLOANE’s front and main rooms and
features 16 ft. walls — a pristine blank canvas for your work.
They are requesting calls for artists working in video and or interactive art by
emerging and/or student artists.
Projectors are already on hand, all they need is your work.
Welcome video and interactive artists in all stages of their career to submit work.
Submit images, plans or links for review at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: Sun Oct 7th, 2012
1525 Mission Street
San Francisco, California 94102
United States of America
Engage: Detroit Interactive Art Exhibition
For a full prospectus, please visit:
Engage Detroit Interactive Art Exhibition October 5 – 27, 2012
Reception: Saturday, October 6, 2012 – 7-10pm
Whitdel Arts is seeking artists to participate in its first Detroit Interactive Art Exhibition.
This exhibition will feature a variety of interactive art in all media that allows the participant
to engage with the artwork to create a unique experience while allowing the art to achieve its objective.
They are seeking artwork that entices viewers to participate in the artwork by providing an input or
by becoming the input in order for the artwork to achieve its objective–work in any medium that allows
the participant to “walk” in, on, and around the piece. Other interaction may involve gesture talking, touching,
and biometric (face, finger print, voice recognition) input to allow the participant to become part of the artwork.
Work of all media is welcome, with interactive aspects that can be digital and/or analog methods.
Questions and inquiries can be sent to JenClare Gawaran (email@example.com)
or Gualberto Orozco (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Deadline: Tue Aug 7th, 2012
1250 Hubbard St., Suite B1
Detroit, Michigan 48209
Zero1 Arthere Open Calls: 2nd Round
ArtHERE is a new initiative and online platform that brings together community and artists to activate empty and under-used spaces by matching them with submitted art proposals.
APPLY via www.siliconvalley.arthere.org
DEADLINE: July 29, 2012 (11pm)
ZERO1 announces the 2nd round of ArtHERE: Silicon Valley open calls for the 2012 ZERO1 Biennial. After such a successful first round, that resulted in a great selection of artworks for spaces in downtown San Jose, even more local spaces are available for a second round of open calls. Local, national or international artists and artist teams are invited to submit for innovative site-specific projects at the intersection of art and technology to activate the spaces based on each locations criteria. For this round there are six great locations for artists to work with: Liquid Agency, Palo Alto Arts Commission, Touchstone Climbing Gym, MACLA–Noche Electrica, Maxxum Management Company, and Pacific Art League. All the selected projects will be installed and on view to the public from September 12 – December 8, 2012 during the ZERO1 Biennial. Submissions are due July 29, 2012 by 11pm PST and artists must be able to be on site for installation September 8-11th. Check out each location and details and apply!
MACLA–Noche Electrica – Video work for projector, Artist Stipend: $750
Liquid Agency – Storefront design gallery, Artist Stipend: $2000
Maxxum Management Company – Audio proposals, Artist Stipend: $300
Touchstone Climbing Gym – Ticket booth, Artist Stipend: $750
Palo Alto Arts Commission – Lawn, Artist Stipend: $500
Pacific Art League – Board, Artist Stipend: $500
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION 1. Art+Tech: Whether existing or new work, the proposal needs to focus on the intersection of art & technology, and clearly respond to the Biennial thematic Seeking Silicon Valley. 2. Location: The proposals must be site-specific and respond clearly to the given site specs and parameters 3. Feasibility: We need to see that your project is feasible within the given time frame, budget, and site specs. 4. Interactive: As the goal of this program is to activate under-used spaces in Silicon Valley, participatory projects that will engage the Biennial audience and regular foot traffic are preferred. KEY DATES · Call deadline: July 29, 2012 (11pm PST) · Installation timeframe: Sept 8-11, 2012 (artist must be on site) · Exhibition: September 12-December 8, 2012 · Deinstall: December 9-10, 2012 APPLY via www.siliconvalley.arthere.org Questions e-mail Anne Babel at Anne@zero1.org.
ZERO1: The Art & Technology Network
152 North Third Street, Suite 201
San Jose, California 95112
United States of America
Installation art at the Fairgrounds
The Fairgrounds at the National Stadium, Washington DC area, USA, has an opportunity for 10 artists to participate in a Art Installation with 10 Containers at the complex.
Selected artists will have full access to create an interactive art installation patrons will visit interact with. Along with the installations, artists can showcase and sell their
work in the market place area.
No specific theme, innovative, original, and site-specific installations welcome. Artists and curators are invited to submit proposed work, in 2D and 3D media, including
but not limited to drawing, painting, pastel, printmaking, photography, mixed media, and sculpture.
Plan your installation to take advantage of the window’s unique space: which includes large street facing glass panels to the street, side door and open doors to the back.
There will be a 3 month series of art events around which the installation art will be the focus. Opening reception is tentatively the end of July and closing reception is October 5th.
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS & TIPS
Interested artists please submit:
Detailed Description of Proposed Project.
A detailed Artist Statement
Visual documentation: 20 images maximum. Please include only recent work that is relevant to the proposed exhibition.
Image files should be in JPEG format
Please submit your complete application to email@example.com
The Sketchbook Show is open to all artists.
| The Sketchbook Show Exhibition dates:Friday 24 August – Friday 28 September 2012This exhibition will document daily practice and all the little things artistsrecord that start them off on creative paths.
Submissions are open to any style of sketchbook that you consider as part of your
everyday art-making experience.
The exhibition can accommodate myriad book styles— those that need to be
under plexi-glass for delicate display,
those that students and visitors can actively participate in, those that people
can peruse freely.
Interested in participating?
email allyson at firstname.lastname@example.org
with 2-3 scans or photographs of select sketchbook pages.
Deadline: Wed Aug 22nd, 2012
Branson, New House Gallery
39 Fernhill Ave
Ross, California 94957
United States of America
Sketchbook Delivery Options:
Books can be dropped off on Monday 20 August at the Douglas Fine Arts Complex.
f you choose to mail your book, they must be postmarked by Wednesday 22
August 2012. Please mail them to:
attn: Allyson Seal, sketchbook
39 Fernhill ave
ross, ca 94957
You may also chose to drop your book off with Allyson Seal in San Francisco
(17th street & Potrero in the Mission) on Friday 17 August from 1pm-8pm.
Pinterest is a new site in Beta—visit the site and request an invitation to join free. Take a look. There are wonderful opportunities there for artists to promote their art. There seems to be a waiting list to join Pinterest.
Artistic submissions are accepted in all categories relevant to the event theme, with special emphasis on interactive media art forms – performative, installation, participative, collaborative, distributed in sound/music, visual, haptic and cross-media.
A new art licensing company in New York City is reviewing art submissions from artists. They will be sending me their call to submit. Watch for it this week!
hosted by Party Xpo
February 27, 2011, 7PM UPDATE: change of venue, for details contact: email@example.com
Brooklyn, NY 11206
Animamus is pleased to announce its inaugural salon to be held on February 27, 2011 at 7:00 PM at:
Party Xpo 929 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY 11206
Animamus’ mission is to create a safe, supportive, and inspiring environment for artists of all mediums to debut and discuss their current work while encouraging audience participation. Drawing its inspiration from the salon format first popularized in 17th Century France, where aristocrats invited thinkers, artists, and writers to their homes to discuss ideas, Bushwick Artist Salon seeks, in this digital age, to create a physical meeting space that will serve to foster the exchange of ideas, facilitate discourse, and create a sense of community. Salons will be held monthly. Although each salon will be curated, anyone interested in participating in future salons can propose a presentation/ performance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
At this date, the following are slated to present work with more presenters to be added:
Ventiko is a photographic artist whose work involves staged scenes created from found objects. She will be creating a living installation utilizing empty milk cartons. http://www.ventiko.com
Sylva Dean and Me is a performance artist http://www.brianquinn.net/SYLVADEAN
Coral Silverman is a visual artist and sometimes writer. Her work reflects upon the ways in which new forms of technology are changing our relationship to nature, each other, and ourselves. She will be presenting prose and paintings. www.coralsilverman.com
Everett Kane is a digital media teacher and artist who has been drawing 6 hours a day, seven days a week for six years. He posts new drawings on Facebook daily. He will be documenting the event through live drawing.
Fabio Corredor is a performance artist/instigator. He will be facilitating party games.
A canvas will be hung and the audience invited to freely mark and paint it between presentations. This work will serve to document the creative energy created by the environment and by the various attendees. No work shall be done on the painting outside of the Salon times. The canvas will be a recurring fixture at each salon.
For images or additional information, please contact Coral Silverman at email@example.com.