Artist Marketing Resources: Park Schreck Gallery, Chicago, currently accepting artist submissions

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Park Schreck Gallery: Looking for abstract artists, emerging and mid-career

Park Schreck Gallery is currently accepting submissions. The gallery primarily shows abstract work by up-and-coming artists.  If you are not sure if your work would be a good fit for the gallery, please take a look around their website to see work in some past shows.

In an email to, please make sure to include the following information:

1. high quality jpegs of your work (or link to corresponding website)

2. title, year, size, medium, and price information for each piece

3. upcoming availability

4. artist statement and CV

Due to the high volume of submissions we cannot respond to everyone individually.

Read the full submission guidelines here.

Park Schreck Gallery

1747 W. North Ave., Chicago, IL 60622

International Call for Artist Submissions: Works on Paper NYC II

Submitting to summer shows may be a good way to get into an art gallery. Enter and compete to be part of Works on Paper II, a prestigious group exhibit in New York City.

View images of the art included in the first part of the exhibit, Works on Paper 1, on the gallery website.

Open to all artists, American and International, who have created work on a paper medium. This exhibition celebrates the range of paper. Each work will be considered based on the merit of each single piece.

Submission Format:
Photographic images of artwork in JPEG format only on CD: 300 dpi, no larger than 3000 X 3000 pixels. Name each image file with your name and the corresponding image number from the entry form image list. Include the entry form image list, a CD of your entry and a check payable to Jeffrey Leder Gallery for your entry fee. CD will be kept on file for future opportunities at Jeffrey Leder Gallery. JPEG image files only; please do not send Adobe Photoshop files.

SUBMISSION – NO LATER THAN: June 15, 2013  Postmark deadline

Entry Fee:
$40 for up to 5 images, $10 for each additional image entered

Read the full submission guidelines here.

Jeffrey Leder, Gallery Director, Jeffrey Leder Gallery
Orestes Gonzalez, Photographer, Architect

Associated Fees and Information:
There is a 50% gallery commission for work sold. Jeffrey Leder Gallery cannot be responsible for damage or loss during transit, but does insure the work once recieved by JLG. By submitting work to the call for entries you agree to all terms and conditions set forth in the entry form.

Mailing Address:
Send submission fee, admission form and cd for consideration:
Jeffrey Leder Gallery
2137 45th Road, LIC
New York City, NY 11101


DEADLINE: June 17, 2013

The In Practice program supports emerging and under-represented artists in creating new work for presentation at SculptureCenter. We are currently inviting artists to submit proposals for new projects to be presented during the 2014 season. Artists selected for the In Practice program will receive a $250 honoraria and up to $1500 in production support. The level of production support will depend on the scope of accepted works and available funding.

During 2013-2014, SculptureCenter will be undergoing extensive building renovations. We are taking this opportunity to encourage artists to propose projects outside of the confines of traditional exhibition formats. Please note, the lower level galleries will be unavailable during this time. The main space and Gallery B on the upper level may be considered for short-term, temporary presentations of performance, audio, film and video works. Publication projects, proposals for the website, public works, the building exterior, and interventions into other parts of the city are also welcome for this year’s In Practice open call. Artists are encouraged to experiment with unconventional display and exhibition formats.

SculptureCenter seeks proposals that offer new ways of considering sculpture or furthering the understanding of the discipline and how it can intersect with other mediums. Proposals will be reviewed relative to the following criteria:

– Quality of the proposal and prior work
– Responsiveness to the site and the specific context of SculptureCenter
– Feasibility of the project

SculptureCenter staff and advisors will conduct a preliminary review of proposals. A limited number of artists will be contacted for further information and/or studio visits during the fall. Submitting artists will be notified by email by September 30, 2013. No calls please.

To be considered, please go to the SculptureCenter website and fill out the application by 11:59pm on June 17, 2013. Please note that we are not accepting submissions by mail, drop off, or email. We strongly recommend that you review the below list of required information in advance, complete a separate document offline, and copy your finalized responses into the online fields.

IMPORTANT: Your application must be submitted through our website by 11:59pm on June 17, 2013. We strongly recommend that the application be completed online several days in advance of the deadline, as we anticipate high volume on our server on the night of June 17th.

Questions? Please read the FAQ below! If you feel you have a question that is not addressed, email us at inpractice @

View the Open Call as a PDF here.

Submission Guidelines (continue below)

The online form will ask for the following information:

Contact information


Artist statement

Project proposal
In your proposal, please describe how the images you are submitting relate to the proposed project (i.e. related prior work, work in progress, etc.)

Project proposed budget
This may be preliminary but must be realistic. Artists selected for the In Practice program will receive a $250 honoraria and up to $1500 in production support. The level of production support depends on the scope of accepted works and available funding.

Work samples
Work samples may be of the work proposed and/or of prior work that relates to the proposal. You may include up to 15 total images and 5 video or audio links.

Images: Uploaded JPEGS MUST be named as follows: Lastname_Firstname_Number.jpg (example: Duchamp_Marcel_01.jpg). Images should be no larger than 800 pixels x 800 pixels, at 72 dpi. Images that are formatted incorrectly may not be reviewed.

Video/Audio: Video or audio work samples must be online so that you can provide a link to view it.

Work sample captions
Each image and/or link to a video/audio work should provide title, date, media, dimensions, and any relevant descriptive information for each submitted sample.

FAQ for In Practice

Can I hand deliver, mail, or email my application?
No. All applications must be submitted using our online submission system. We are unable to accept email or paper submissions.

Does the online application have to be completed in one sitting?
Yes. You cannot save your work to return to at a later time. It is recommended you complete your answers in another document before you begin the application, and copy them into the provided fields.

Do I need to put the image caption in the actual jpeg?
There is a field for each image caption that corresponds to the image uploaded.

When I review my submission, should I be able to see the images I submitted?
No – the system will show just the names of the files and the captions.

What is the character count limit for the artist statement field of the online application form?
The artist statement field is limited to 1,250 characters.

What is the character count limit for the project proposal field of the online application form?
The project proposal field is limited to 3,000 characters.

Do the character counts include spaces and line breaks?
Yes – all characters including spaces and returns count.

What are the specifications for submitting JPEG files? How will they be viewed?
JPEGS must be named as follows: Lastname_Firstname_Number.jpg (example: Duchamp_Marcel_01.jpg). Images should be no larger than 800 pixels x 800 pixels, at 72 dpi. Images that are formatted incorrectly may not be reviewed. Images will be viewed both on a computer monitor and also projected through a video projector.

Can I submit a combination of past work and proposal images for my work samples?
Yes, whatever combination you like, up to 15 total images.

What spaces are available for proposals?
The lower level galleries — where most In Practice projects have taken place in the past — will be closed for renovation in 2014. So this year’s RFP focuses on non-traditional exhibition formats. Performances, video screenings and other event based work will be presented on the ground floor in the main gallery or the smaller white box. SC’s website, building exterior, and projects outside the confines of the building will all be considered and are encouraged.

May I submit a proposal for the SculptureCenter restrooms?
The restrooms are open for proposals.

May I submit more than one proposal?
The panel will review one proposal from each artist or artist team.

May I specify alternate locations for my proposed project?

Is the open call limited to New York-based artists only?
Artists from anywhere in the world are encouraged to apply, although the budget does not provide for travel, housing, or accommodation costs.

Can I apply as part of a collaboration or artist team?
Yes. Please designate one mailing and one email address.

What are the dates of the In Practice exhibitions?
Projects will be presented throughout 2014.

How long will I have to install?
Although the exact dates have not yet been determined, it is likely you will have between 1-5 days to install and/or rehearse, subject to discussion with the staff and depending on the organization’s schedule and the needs of selected projects.

Use This Online Image Optimizing Tool to Improve the Look of Low Rez Jpegs for Your Art Submissions


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Perks for Artists and 35.50% of Our Fundraiser Goal Reached!

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I’ve only posted this once before–toward the end of last year–and reached over one-third of the goal. So now, here it is again– your chance to let Artist Marketing Resources promote your art!

Artist Marketing Resources consistently provides up-to-the-minute Calls for Artist submissions and other opportunities for artists. Now you can get your art in a dedicated blog post that will go out to our over 20,900 followers, plus the blog post will be sent out to many thousands more  to LinkedIN updates and groups, Facebook, Tumblr, Google+ , Pinterest and multiple Twitter accounts!

To get your blog feature and for other promotion options, support us in our–DONATIONS WITH PERKS  fundraiser by clicking here!

Click here to Donate $10. and we will add your website link to our homepage sidebar, where it will stay for a full year or longer.

Donate $25. and we will add your link to our homepage sidebar, plus post a short blog post including one jpeg image that you provide, along with your website link. This is better than paid ads since our blog posts remain up forever and are included in Google search engine results.

Donate $50. and will add your link to our homepage sidebar, and we will write a full blog post with to 3-5 jpeg images and one or more links.Blog posts auto-feed into our LinkedIn group Artist Marketing Resources, which has over 2 thousand member artists and art professionals.

Donate $100. or more and will add your link to our homepage sidebar, plus post a short blog post including one jpeg image that you provide, along with your website link.and we will write two full blog post with to 3-5 jpeg images and one or more links. Blog posts auto-feed into our LinkedIn group Artist Marketing Resources, which has over 2 thousand member artists and art professionals. Plus we will share each blog post on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest where we have several thousand followers on each platform.

You can also give anonymously as one donor did–thank you!

Soo Visual Arts Center’s Call For Submissions for the 2014 Exhibition Season

Soo Visual Arts Center, founded in 2001, is a non-profit 501 (c)3 arts organization

Soo Visual Arts Center, founded in 2001, is a non-profit 501 (c)3 arts organization

Soo Visual Arts Center’s Call For Submissions for the 2014 Exhibition Season.
SooVAC Curatorial Panel: Andrea Carlson, Tamatha Perlman, Bruce Tapola and Megan Vossler.

Deadline Friday March 29, 2013 by Midnight.

Attach the following to your email submission and send to before or on March 29th by midnight:
___Application Form (.doc or .rtf) Download form via link below.
___10 IMAGES OF YOUR ARTWORK(JPEG format (.jpg) and should be no larger than 72dpi and 11” in the longest direction).
___RESUME no more than 1 page (.doc or .rtf format).
___IMAGE LIST 1 page (.doc or .rtf format).
___ARTIST STATEMENT 1 page (.doc or .rtf format)



1. Notification will be done by email or phone so please make sure to include both on your application.

2. Soo Visual Arts Center does not provide insurance for the artwork. Artists that wish to insure their work must provide their own. They do provide loving care for your work.

3. Artists are responsible for all shipping and/or delivery charges to and from the gallery.

Soo Visual Arts Center
2638 Lyndale Avenue South
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408
United States of America


Open Call For Submission To Touch.My.Prints Issue01

Call for Submissions 

Virtual Connection 

The publication

Touch.My.Prints seeks image based works, essays, virtual sculptures, and video based works on the topics of death, isolation, love, loss, tragedy, betrayal, friendship, etc of and by players and characters in video games.

T.M.P is interested in the lives of NPCs (Non-Player Character) and our interactions with them.

Submission Deadline is April 1, 2013

Touch.My.Prints is a digital publication project by Aaron Brumbelow showcasing photography, time based works, virtual sculptures, and essays. T.M.P explores aspects of virtual spaces through the lens of photographic and new media theory. We look at our relationships with the landscapes of online video games. We explore our personal connections with Google Street View. We embrace a virtual romanticism.


Please only submit 1-3 images, 1-2 writings, 1 video per issue 


Please submit files at 300 dpi, with the longest side being 10 inches, 8-bit and as a JPEG. 

File Name would be Doe_Jane_01.jpeg 

In the email (TouchMyPrints @ gmail .com) please list the following information. 

Title, Year Produced
Medium (i.e. Screenshot / Digital Photograph / Digital Collage) 
Source (Which game or program was the original source) 
Your Website (Professional Site / Twitter / Tumblr / etc)


Please submit a RTF file. 

Essays should be a minimum of 500 words and a maximum of 2000. 

Carefully copy edit your work before submitting. 

File Name would be Doe_Jane_01.rtf

In the email (TouchMyPrints @ gmail .com) please list the following information. 

Title, Year Produced
Your Website (Professional Site / Twitter / Tumblr / etc) 


Please submit a link to your Vimeo or Youtube

In the email (TouchMyPrints @ gmail .com) please list the following information. 

Title, Year Produced
Your Website (Professional Site / Twitter / Tumblr / etc)


Call For Art, Photos, Writing for 1st Issue of New Magazine


For their début Fall/Winter 2012 edition, Momma Tried magazine is seeking writing, photography, and visual arts. Creative and visual perspectives on sexuality are highly encouraged, but not a requirement. Selected entries will be published in print and may also appear online. Momma Tried is published in New Orleans.

Momma Tried magazine will primarily publish works of creative non-fiction ranging from new journalism to essays to reviews to science writing and many categories in between. Momma Tried is  also interested in “collage” based writing such as lyric essays, prose poetry, and anti-fictions, built from scraps. Reality-based and genre-defying fiction are welcome as well. Please no submissions longer than 8,000 words. Files should be .doc or .pdf.

Visual Artists
Momma Tried magazine is particularly interested in submissions of photography, collage, painting and illustration. They are open to works outside of these categories as well. Please include a short explanation about your piece or an artist’s statement along with images of your work. All images should be in TIFF, GIF, or JPEG format and no bigger than 2MG. No more than 8 images per submission, please.

Disruptive Content
With the ad space that occupies most magazines, we will be developing what we call “disruptive content” by using those blocks of space on the page to add additional art, writing, and photos. Our disruptive content will in some cases be satirical fake adverts, references to projects that don’t actually exists, and things that otherwise compliment or contrast to the primary content on the page. If you are interested in submitting something for consideration as disruptive content, please specify this in your subject line.

Send all submissions to:

Momma Tried Magazine New Orleans, LA
Deadline:  Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Artists, are you Press Ready?! Can you *pitch* an idea for an article about your art?

Amazingly, artist often do not expect press contact, even when they have a new exhibit or project underway, and many artists are just not prepared to provide information to members of the press, including blog writers and blog contributors.

When you receive a request for information for a possible article for a publication, online or print (including blogs),  take advantage of such free promotional opportunities! Prepare in advance and avoid an on-the-spot scramble for those long forgotten press releases! Keep a *Press or Media Room* on your website or artist blog that you update regularly by continually adding your press. Maintain your project art news items in chronological order with the most recent articles and press releases first. When replying to a query from a member of the press, at bare minimum, provided your direct link to your Press Room, or copy and paste from your Press Room into an email. Blog writers and other members of the press may find your press room first, see that you are Press Ready, and then contact you. If you don’t have one, start your Press Room today!

Once you are contacted for a possible article on your work reply promptly with a positive and courteous note and include information such as PDF or Doc attachments that contain your Artist Statement, CV, interviews you’ve done, press releases and previous articles— in this first contact–don’t wait to be asked. Even a writer for a blog appreciates this courtesy, and it shows your enthusiasm for their “project” to write an article about you and your art work. Enthusiasm breeds enthusiasm!

You may or may not wish to attach jpeg images in your first response, but be sure to mention your images and video clips and offer to send them upon request. I *don’t* recommend sending members of the press links to your YouTube videos or Flickr slide shows unless they ask for them, or unless that is all you have available for press viewing. Please be aware that no one is able to take sample images or download video clips from copyright protected image sites such as YouTube or Flickr. Plus how will they tell you which images they want to use? It’s not likely that anyone will take the time to write-up a list of your Flickr art image titles, email that list to you and expect you to send jpegs of those images. It is better to include 5 or 6 jpeg images as email attachments, than it is to send someone off to Flickr or YouTube for a look. An excellent way to offer a selection of images is via MobileMe iDisk or The Cloud where the press writer is easily able to preview and download selected images for one time use in their article. You the artist are giving permission for one time use by sending the jpeg image files and video clips.

Artists, do you know how to *pitch* an idea for an article about your art? Do you know how to tell others what it is that you do?

If you know someone who writes for a blog or print or online publication, why not pitch an idea to them for an article about you and your art?  Send an email. In it  talk about some of your art projects. Enthusiasm counts here too! Be sure that you mention that you  would like to develop an article idea. This may be more conversational at first or turn into a *brainstorming* session. Don’t become offended if your first ideas don’t fly. The blog writer or other media writer has many considerations that have little to do with you or your art. After some back and forth you may agree to provide press releases, write ups, jpegs and video clips featuring a specific aspect of your work or for a particular one of your projects. Consider this a beginning–an open the door to further articles. Try to see this first contact as the start of an ongoing relationship, rather than expect a one time all-encompassing article to result.

If you are pitching an idea as simple as,* post our holiday art sale*–then be sure to include the full formatted details in your email, easy to copy and paste into a blog or other article.

Don’t allow timidity or fear to prevent you from making a pitch. You will learn quickly with your first efforts, and the media contact will likely help you along the way. Once you begin making pitches, you will  recognize many more promotional opportunities for your art.

Marie Kazalia is the owner of this Artist Marketing Resources blog, and welcomes article ideas from artists and art service providers and professionals, via email:

Marie Kazalia is contributing writer  for the *“Transmedia” blog ( on photo, video, digital and sound art, and is especially interested in Video artists, photo artists, digital artists and sound artist in the geographic region that includes Cleveland and Pittsburgh. 
Feel free to email Marie Kazalia, at :