Open Call For National + International Artists’ Exhibition Proposals 2017

 

Ends on January 13, 2018

Submissions for Exhibitions
 Locust Projects is currently running a rolling OPEN CALL for exhibition proposals from national and international visual artists to propose experimental site-specific projects for their 3 exhibition spaces.Read the full submission guidelines here.Find out about more international art gallery submission opportunities here.
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Discovered By Art–New Art Sales Site Launching Soon

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A new UK-based art site, Discovered by Art, is counting down to their launch date. Discovered by Art  online gallery will feature original fine art and fine art photography by new, talented artists from across the world.

Currently, when you visit the Discovered by Art site you’ll see an email address where you can submit your art to the editor.

If you are an artist looking for more art sales sites click here. If you are a fine art photography looking for resources click here.

(*‿*✿) Visit the Artist Marketing Resources web store here.

 

Call to printmakers, street artists, comic artists, all print-based visual artists: create unique posters for traveling exhibit

Artist: GHOSTTIDE

Artist: GHOSTTIDE

 

As a free service, Artist Marketing Resources posts art project calls for submissions sent to us by nonprofit organizations.

Calling all Artists: Submit your poster here on or before Dec. 15, 2014.

For the All of Us or None project, graphic artists, printmakers, street artists, comic artists, and other print-based visual artists who are interested in creating unique posters for a traveling exhibit are invited to create and submit.

Submissions should explore alternative approaches, new projects, or manifestos that seek to achieve lasting peace and justice

Check out this poster slide show to get you thinking!

Click here to Submit your poster on or before Dec. 15, 2014. Artists may submit more than one work.

Each submission must include:

*   Digital image of poster of sized 8.5” x 11” or 22” x 28” (300-600 ppi; TIFF or best resolution JPG; maximum 50MB)
*   A 250-word artist’s statement
*   A bio, maximum of 250 words

Jurors will select an initial set of work to be the core of a USA nationally traveling exhibit. AFSC will print and professionally display the chosen work in the traveling exhibit. AFSC will display the chosen work on their website and make it available for free digital download to the public. The exhibit website will identify each poster by artist, title of piece, short description, and your website if you so choose.

By participating in this project, artists are donating their work to AFSC to use in the traveling exhibit, in digital replicas of the work available for download for free, in informational brochures, and on the web. Work will be fully credited to the artists, with contact information included.

Selected artists will receive a $50 honorarium and a print copy of the catalog of the traveling exhibit.

Traveling exhibition — At each location of the tour, events and discussions will be held and teaching artists will work with youth to create more posters for the project.

The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) is a Quaker organization devoted to service, development, and peace programs throughout the world. Read more about AFSC.

AFSC is the creator of the internationally acclaimed Eyes Wide Open exhibit, which traveled the USA for years. AFSC’s mural art exhibit Windows and Mirrors, composed of work donated by U.S. and international artists, traveled to 60 cities in the U.S.  AFSC also produces the If I Had a Trillion Dollars youth video festival.

Guns and Roses, Shepard Fairy poster

Guns and Roses, Shepard Fairey poster

Call for Artists and Writers: Papergirl Project

Artist Alexandra Gallagher is organizing a Papergirl Project in Blackburn, UK and would like to ask for artists and writers to submit to the project :
Papergirl is a community street art project originating in Berlin in 2006, which is now produced in cities worldwide. Art is collected from the creative community, exhibited, and then, in the style of American paperboys, rolled up and distributed by bicycle  to random passers-by
 
CALLING ALL CREATIVES WE WANT YOUR SUBMISSIONS
Papergirl Blackburn is open for submissions. Send us your art, photographs, screen prints, paintings, pros, design, poetry, collage, drawing and doodles. You can send as much work as you want. No bigger the A3 size and we can roll it. Papergirl Blackburn is open to everyone and all submissions will be exhibited for a week before delivery. To submit work write your name, website and Papergirl Blackburn on the back of your submission.
 
MAKE     POST     SHOW     SHARE
Post your work to Papergirl Blackburn, 183 Redlam, Blackburn, BB2 1XB, UK
Deadline 24th October 2014
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What’s different about Get Inspired Magazine?

Image via freedigitalphotos.net

Image via freedigitalphotos.net

What’s different about Get Inspired Magazine? You upload an image of your art and it is published immediately!

Size your jpeg to their specifications–that is Please resize your image to 1024 pixels wide before uploading! Complete the form, upload your sized jpeg and your art is published immediately along with your website link. Or, you can upload your art video. How cool is that?!

Wanna do it? Share your work here. 

View Get Inspired Magazine — http://getinspiredmagazine.com/e-mag/ 

Find more art magazines and blogs to submit your art to here, on our extensive resource list of art magazines provided free courtesy of Artist Marketing Resources.

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Colour In Your Life- Australian Art TV Show, Art Shop and Artist Community

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Colour In Your Life– Australian TV Show, Art Shop & Artist Community

Colour In Your Life is a web site that is run by Artists for the purpose of building a ‘Library of the minds of Artists’. The site enables investors, educators, students, teachers and people all over the world to have access to the enormous creative energy that is part of the minds of right-brained people.

Art and what it does for our society is incredibly important to the spirit and the souls of all that see it. Forty percent of the people on this planet are supposedly right-brained. Unfortunately we all live in a left-brain world; a cradle to grave mentality. We will only be able to change this if we can find a place where we can get in touch with the right brain of our species.

The TV show has been a wonderful tool for all the Artists that have been involved. With over forty percent of galleries across Australia closing in recent years, Artists have been struggling to make themselves seen and heard. Colour In Your Life can change that.

Graeme Stevenson, CEO of Colour In Your Life, has been a practicing professional Artist for 30 years. He currently works with the TV show ‘Fine Art Showcase‘ based in Los Angeles, and also a number of large corporate clients and many of the worlds leading Fine Art Licensing agents. As a long time professional artist, Graeme understands the many battles and trials that Artists go through to make a living out of their craft.

Colour In Your Life is a web site that, through the TV series ‘Put Some Colour in Your Life‘, will enable many Artists and viewers to better interact with each other; to be able to exchange information and ideas.

How the Web Site works

The Colour In Your Life Gallery is for all artworks – whether they have sold or are for sale. The Gallery is simply for showing the world what an artist can do.

The gallery plays host to many artistic talents, delving into abstract, impressionism, all the way to super-realism. Anything is welcome, from photography, calligraphy, water-colour and sculpture, to animals, landscapes, portraits and web design.

With thousands of images having already been uploaded in the last few months, the Colour In Your Life Gallery will soon become one the biggest Art Hubs on the web.

Listing images in the Gallery is free, and is the best way to start promoting your work. Thousands of people come looking for artwork everyday, and if it’s not there to see, how will people find you?

The Colour In Your Life Shop is for those artists that wish to sell their artwork online. The artwork must be registered with Colour In Your Life, and while it does not cost anything to list the work, a commission rate is taken upon sale of the work. The seller must also be the owner/creator of the work and be legally allowed to sell the piece.

Copyright: Colour In Your Life will take all measure to protect the copyright of artist’s work registered with the site.

About Graeme Stevenson

Graeme Stevenson was born June 29th, 1958, in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia. From a young age Graeme was fascinated with the world, beginning his career by painting and studying animals, including the Australian parrots he bred.

His reputation as an artist started to grow after he obtained his pilot’s license and began exploring the vast areas of Australia, photographing, sketching and painting the animals he studied.  He then began travelling across the world to study animals, painting and becoming published – in 1988 he was commissioned to produce ‘The Atlas of Parrots’, displayed in New York, Paris, and the London Natural History Museum.*

*for a more extensive history, please head to the Colour In Your Life website.

Graeme is working with ‘The Celebrity Shopping Network‘ in Los Angeles, and  is on the show about three times a year selling his work to a potential audience of 70 million viewers. His work hangs in galleries and private collections throughout the world.

COMMUNITY

The Colour In Your Life Community is the home for all Artists. With it’s own chat boxes, chat rooms and groups, it’s just like Facebook for Artists.

TV SHOW

The Colour In Your Life TV show airs on channel 4Me nationally  (in Australia). Since going to air, late March 2012, artists that have been involved with Colour In Your Life have confirmed that the interest in their work has accelerated, with some even selling out of their stock due to demand.

THE LATEST

The Colour In Your Life website also has a ‘Tips & Articles’ for artists section, a Colour In Your Life blog, and a competitions page. Colour In Your Life hosts competitions from its major sponsors such as Chroma, all of which can be found on the website. Some of our art prizes have included a $5000 art set from Canson and monthly vouchers from Chroma.

CONTACT THE TEAM AT COLOUR IN YOUR LIFE

If you’d like to know more, or have any questions about the website, television show, or other Colour In Your Life queries, please contact admin@colourinyourlife.com.au .

Artists Talk @ International Artists in Residency

Hi Marie,

I would like to send you few events and program below for your website.  Thanks, Beata
1.
Artists Talk 1. 
AIR-HMC, International Artists in Residency, Budapest 2011
MAGYAR ÍRÓSZÖVETSÉG Klubterme
Budapest VI. ker. Bajza utca 18. I. emelet
Saturday, June 11. 2011
Program:
10:30- Benjamin Page, CA — mixed media
11:15- Elaine Byrne, Ireland — mixed media
12:00- Julia Hitchcock, TX — mixed media
14:00- Michal Gavish, CA — mixed media
14:45- Pip Brant, FL — mixed media
Please join us to learn more about the artists!
An artist in residence at the HMC has the opportunity  to live and work here at the studio in Hungary . Many artists find this a valuable time to experiment and investigate new directions in their work.  Many artists come here to complete a specific project or work for a major exhibition or just to be able to work in an environment with other creative artists.
The aim of this program is to investigate and showing of contemporary art, develop theoretical and practical self-help through critical development.
HMC is 501©3 non-profit organization dedicated to promoting international art and the understanding of world cultures, through high quality art exhibitions, cultural exchanges and related educational programs. Based in Dallas and Budapest, the organization operates throughout the world.  Incorporated in 1990.
2.
Ferencvarosi PinceGallery, AIR/HMC & 9X12, Budapest exhibition, 2011
3.
AIR/HMC, Budapest – International Artist Residencies, 2011
“understanding of world cultures”
Session 4: Tuesday, August 2, 2011 – Thursday August 25, 2011
Open
Session 5: Tuesday, December 26, 2011 – Wednesday, January 11, 2012 (Artist fee $950)
Deadline: (must be received) by August 6. 2011

Beata Szechy
http://www.hungarian-multicultural-center.com
http://www.hungarian-multicultural-center.com/beataszechysgallery/