Open Call: The Male Nude in 2D, 3D, Digital + Performance

 

DMAC-Duo Multicultural Arts Center, the East Village, New York City is seeking works for its group show and performance art installation: The Nude + MALE opening in December, 2014. They are seeking submissions of art works including traditional two-dimensional works in any medium; digital video works; sculpture; architecture; animation as well as performance art that can be presented live in their gallery.

To submit your are for consideration to this curated exhibition, send your contact information, image script, your  brief bio, artists statement, and a link to online examples of your work or copy of your work in a digital format only to: thenudemale@gmail.com Attn: Michelangelo Alasa.

Submission Deadline: Sun Nov 30th, 2014

DMAC – Duo Multicultural Arts Center
62 East 4th Street
New York, New York East Village 10003
United States of America

ARTiculAction 2015 – Biennial International Call for Artists

ARTiculAction-Biennal-Edition-2015

As a previously featured artist, in a 2013 issues of ARTiculAction, I’m glad to see the publication project expanding. To celebrate their 10th edition, they’ve launched  ARTiculAction 2015 – Biennial International Call for Artists–  a special Biennial competition. The objective of this Biennial competition is to publish a selection of works which show polyandric aka polyhedric or art many-sided in nature.

Artists may submit:

– Painting
– Fine Art Photography
– Mixed Art
– Video
– Performance
– Body Art & Experimental Dance
– Installations
– Sculpture
– Audio

No entry fees for submissions.

Just complete the entry form that you will find at http://articulaction.yolasite.com/enter-submission.php or contact our editorial board directly to: articulaction@post.com

LINK:

http://articulaction.yolasite.com/enter-submission.php

Hong Kong artists Protest Ai Weiwei arrest

For the past month, artists in Hong Kong have performed art protests on the streets and more.

Art Radar Asia interviewed Hong Kong artist Kacey Wong–read the full article here: http://bit.ly/ArtRadar