Gallery Accepts Submissions for Solo and Collaborative Group Exhibits

 Portrait of a gray duck | by Tambako the Jaguar

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

 

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Have A Great Thanksgiving! – Get One Free When You Buy Any #Artist Resource E-list

Wild Turkey, USA Photo CC0 Public Domain. Free for commercial use. No attribution required.

Wild Turkey, USA Photo CC0 Public Domain. Free for commercial use.
No attribution required.

 

A neighbor, who runs every morning, mentioned seeing wild turkeys in a certain area. So I took notice while driving one morning and saw seven wild turkeys in a farmer’s field near some woods. Since then I see wild turkeys everywhere–I’ve even had them in my yard. It’s kind of interesting how we notice things the more we start looking for them and are more open to seeing what others point out to us. Many photographers know that the more they look the more they see to photograph.

All artists who start looking for opportunities for their art–whether it’s for features in art magazines and art blogs, or for the best print sales venues– find many more great opportunities using our resources. Or if you are an artist wishing to connect with art dealers, art consultants and gallerists–our extensive e-lists will save you time narrowing down the best venues for your fine art and photography.

Today and tomorrow we have a Thanksgiving Special–buy one artist resource and get one free.

I shop at a local grocery store that offers Buy-One-Get-One-Free items, and I appreciate that! So I’m making the same offer to artists.

Buy an artist resource in either of our stores here or here then let us know which one you’d us to send you at no cost–use this contact form:

 

 

 

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Gallery Taking Submissions From Artists Working in Photography, Related Media, and Contemporary Craft

As we update our International Art Gallery e-list, we’re finding more and more art galleries adding Submission guidelines to their sites and Calls to Artists as well!

Capsule Gallery in Houston, Texas, USA, says that it is dedicated to exhibiting contemporary photography and contemporary craft from emerging, mid-career and established artists.

Review Capsule Gallery’s curated exhibitions on their site here to see examples of their current and archived exhibitions and their unique perspective to determine if your work may be a fit for this gallery–then submit! That’s right–Capsule Gallery is currently taking submissions open to artists working in photography and related media as well as contemporary craft, such as fiber, ceramic and jewelry. Please submit one PDF, which includes a CV, artist statement and 10 images. Capsule Gallery curators and staff will do their best to respond to every submission.

Capsule Gallery is located in the historic 1929 Isabella Court complex in midtown Houston. This complex is also home to Inman Gallery, Kinzleman Art Consulting, Samara Gallery, Art Palace and Devin Borden Gallery.

#Artists #Submit Portfolio For Online Gallery Exhibit

Pivot Art Gallery has a new call to artists. It’s easy –just submit the link to your site below.

Pivot is seeking artists who would like to present a portfolio of their work in the online Pivot gallery. Generally, a portfolio is up for a month or 2, and a condensed version stays in the pivot art gallery accessible archives.

What is Pivot looking for?
— emerging aesthetics viewed through various media, avenues of expression, and the intersection of media that reveals a unique contemporary perspective

— edgy, conceptual, and challenging work

— artists/writers who write about art and would like to publish art related essays on pivot art gallery

— there are no fees

— Artists submit link to your site/portfolio | bio | artist statement | other relevant info– submit here by July 1st

 

June Design Challenge: new call to artists, textile designers, and painters

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The Front Row Society has a new call to artists, textile designers, and painters to take part in their June design challenge.

They’re interested in Primitive Flowers and all the beautiful paintings the expressionists created in the beginning of the 20th century, visual and lyrical abstraction, distorted imagery, and vivid colors and shapes. Art based on experiences and emotions rather than physical reality. Work that seeks to express perceptions of nature rather than exact representations. They are looking for a naïve approaches using bold lines, clear layers, impasto, wild brush work, simplification and abstraction that transcends representational and realistic aesthetics.

 

As their new website is under development, at this time they are taking submissions via email. Please send an email to design@frontrowsociety.com to receive the submission package.,

Submissions end 29/06/16

All Artist Submissions Accepted to Annual Postcard Exhibit New York

We’ve participated in this annual event previous years. Stamps go on the outside envelope. Be sure that you send your post card art inside an envelope so you postal service doesn’t stamp it with cancellation marks and ruin the small work.

 

       
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

A.I.R. GALLERY’S ANNUAL POSTCARD SHOW

Each year hundreds of artists come together in support of A.I.R. Gallery by donating a small work for the annual postcard show. Past exhibitions have included work by notable artists, including Mary Beth Edelson, Dottie Attie, Mary Grigoriadis, Barbara Zucker and many more.

We invite all artists – male / female / trans –  to participate by donating a postcard-size work (6×4 inches) in any medium. Each original work is sold for $45 and all proceeds go to benefit A.I.R. Gallery programs.
FREE ENTRY & ALL WORKS ACCEPTED!
LOCATED AT
Interstate Projects
66 Knickerbocker Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11237
THREE DAYS ONLY
Opening Night Party & Sale: Friday August 12th 6-9pm
Final Sale: Saturday August 13th and Sunday August 14th from 12-4pm

CHROMA: Artist CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for Summer Exhibition

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The people at The Crypt Gallery, London sent us this Call to Artists and asked us to share it with our readers.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for CHROMA: Summer Exhibition

CHROMA is a curation of visual thought and exists both as space and document. It acts as a platform for elaboration and articulation, exploring the narrative potential of aesthetic and visual arrangement. The published and exhibited results are amalgamations of open submissions.

CHROMA produces experiments in chromatic language

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CHROMA opens the call for the submission of art work in any medium in response to the words black & white.

Exhibition

A group show will be held in July presenting a selection of submissions curated by CHROMA. A collection of works made in isolation from one another with a colour being the only given commonality, the show will explore the conversations the works can and are forced to have through their curation and what elements of association are generated to form a narrative or dialogue. The show will experiment with the possibilities of language as a response to something inherently visual, and the relationship between this collective chromatic discourse and each individual work.

Publication

Submissions will also be considered for the creation of CHROMA’s Black & White Issue publication. This will present the same conceptual exploration as the exhibition but will take a concrete ob-ject-form, culminating individual works into a single art object.

Submission deadline: Monday 20th June at 12pm

Email a maximum of three photographs of each piece submitted, or a detailed (1 side of A4) proposal if the work is not yet made. Please include any titles, dimensions and materials.

If selected, works must be dropped off at the gallery location (The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras) at 10am on Tuesday 26th July. Instructions should be provided and the work will be hung by the team. Arrangements can be made for artists to help hang should they have specific technical requirements. Please note artists submitting video work will need to provide equipment such as projectors and/or tvs/extension cables.

Artists should also be available to collect work from the space Monday 1st August at 11am.

CHROMA will never charge submission fees however to cover the cost of the space artists selected will be required to pay an exhibiting fee from the following sliding scale:

SMALL: An exhibiting space of approximately 50cm x 50cm – £20

MEDIUM: Approximately between 50cm x 50cm – 150cm x 150cm – £35

LARGE: Approximately over 150cm x 150cm – £50

If you wish to submit multiple pieces of work, please clearly state this in your submission. If we se-lect more than one piece of work, we will take the total collective size into account for pricing (i.e. a submission of three small pieces would be costed at the price of a ‘Large’ work – £50, rather than 3 x ‘Small’ – £60). If you are submitting multiple works but only wish to exhibit one piece, please state this clearly and we will select a singular piece, charging you the price according to its individual size.

Exhibition Information:

Private View: Thursday 28th July 6-9pm

Friday 29th – Sunday 31st July 12-7pm

The Crypt Gallery, Euston Road, London, NW1 2BA

Random Orange International Artist Open Call for Submissions

Image by: Ice Tuxedo ‘random orange’ Open Call

Image by: Ice Tuxedo ‘random orange’ Open Call

Organised by Ice Tuxedo

Deadline for applications: Friday 8th July, 2016, Time: 6 pm

Random Orange is an International Open Call exhibition organised by Ice Tuxedo.  Artists are asked to apply with work that respond to an extract taken from ‘The Science in Science Fiction’ ed. Peter Nicholls, 1982, p. 91.

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EXTRACT:

‘There are various intriguing science fiction notions concerning time that can only call upon very distant support from science.  A notable example is A.E. van Vogt’s novel The Weapon Shops of Isher, in which a man throws alternately, as if on a seesaw, increasingly distant past and futures, accumulates so much energy (for surely time travel requires energy) that when he finally explodes in the distant past, it is the intensity of this release of energy that catalyzes the creation of the Sun and the planets.  This is one of the ultimate time paradoxes.  More soberly, Ian Watson’s story “The Very Slow Time Machine’ tells of a future time traveller in a machine which, before it is projected even further into the future, must (like a catapult) first be very slowly pulled back into the past.  To battled present-day observers he seems to be experiencing normal duration, but in reverse.  There is a remote sense in which physics supports the relationship between time and energy that these stories rather vaguely suggest.  The initial energy of the Big Bang that gave birth to our universe is thought to be directly connected to the nature of time in the universe. We do not know exactly how much energy this was, but we do know that the greater the initial energy, the longer time itself will last before the universe reaches its hear-death or collapses back into a monobloc.’

Key dates:
Deadline for applications: Time: 18.00 pm, Friday 8th July, 2016
Selected artists announced on Schwartz Gallery website:
Private view: Thursday 28th July, 6 – 8.30 p.m
Exhibition dates: 28/07/16 – 27/08/2016
Public opening hours: Saturdays only: 11am – 5pm
Thursday & Friday: Viewing by appointment only between 11am and 5pm

Fees:
Application and processing fee: £20 (via paypal: see website) per application of up to three artworks per artist.  The fee is non-refundable. Please include your PayPal Payment Reference Number when completing the ‘random orange’ application form.

Guidelines: Applications guidelines: www.schwartzgallery.co.uk

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Schwartz Gallery, 92 White Post Lane, London, E9 5GU
Travel: Hackney Wick Overground

Call For Submissions NYC Summer Group Show Mobile Digital Art Gallery

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You can be a part of the maiden voyage as ARTHOUSE.NYC presents the first of many mobile digital group shows with REVOLUTION OF SUMMER, a celebration of rebellious thought, colors and perspective. Start your summer off with an upheaval of creative innovation – exhibit your latest work and share it with your friends, family and fans.

All work will be exhibited digitally.

 

Includes a wine & cheese reception
June 30th – July 3, 2016
Reception: June 30 @ 7-9pm
Loft227
227 W. 29th St. #4F

NYC

 

Follow ARTHOUSE NYC on Instagram here.

#Artists #Submit to “Free For All 2” Exhibition

 

It’s Time for the second Exhibition Without Walls “Free For All” exhibition

You’re invited to submit one of your new, favorite images of your work  No entry fee!  Just submit a recent image and a short paragraph (100 words or less) as to why this is one of your new favorites.  You can also include details on equipment, techniques, etc. Each image in the exhibition will include the short paragraph about the work as well as your website URL where people can go to see more of your work.  The point is that this exhibition is all about free promotion of you and your work.

Send submissions to ewedman@exhibitionswithoutwalls.  The subject line should read Free For All 2.   

Submission Deadline: Midnight July 1, 2016

The exhibition will open the third week in July.  It will include up to 60 images.
Free For All 2” will be promoted through several social media platforms and press release.

Artists + Designers Submit To New Online Sales Venue

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Creame is coming soon. Creame will sell wall art, art prints, and accessories in their online shop.

If you are an artist or designer send them an email.  Visit the Creame website for details.

We’re also adding Creame to our growing list of art sales platforms here.

 

Art Chowder Magazine Print Edition + Digital! #Artists Submit!

 

Flootie online gallery owner Dean Cameron has purchased Art Chowder magazine and published the first edition since taking on the publication.

The May-June issue of Art Chowder is out now at www.artchowder.com and print copies can be purchased locally in all major bookstores including Barnes & Noble, Hastings, as well as many local retailers. The Art Chowder website is up and running and people can subscribe to receive print copies of the magazine in the mail or download a PDF version to their Nook or Kindles. Cover price is $5.95 and digital is $1.99. People can also read for free on the Art Chowder website here.

Artists Submit to Art Chowder

Art Chowder publishes 6 issues of the magazine per year with each issue featuring at least one national and one international artist per release.

The Art Chowder website has all the tools from advertising rates and submission details for artists. 

Art Chowder has several expert columnists that will feature articles every issue as well. The “Chowder” in the name implies they will have a savory mix of a wide spectrum of the “Arts” in each issue begging the reader to ask “What’s next”?

 You can reach Dean Cameron via email at:  dean@artchowder.com

Master Creator Attributes His Success to Learning How to Submit His Work

I’ve been telling artists for years to submit their work! So I felt validated by a great master when I read this quote–

“Think up ideas for stories, go out and shoot them, and then send them in to the magazines. I was lucky; I figured that out when I was young.” Stanley Kubrick

This great, important and successful filmmaker started out as a photographer and unknown. He got his start by submitting his work and getting it into magazine.

This applies to all artists working in all materials and styles — you should be submitting your work to appropriate art magazines, art consultants, art galleries, interior designers, and art licensing companies.

I wrote and published an e-book guide to help artists make submissions (available here) and e-lists of resources to help artists quickly and easily find the best places submit their work. I continue to compile my extensive and growing e-list of art and design magazines where you can submit your work for a feature (available here),  and an e-list of links to over 5,000 USA and international art galleries (here), an e-list of art consultants (here) and art licensing companies (here). Plus specialized e-lists of print sales sites (here) and photography agents and resources (here).

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Image courtesy of Pixomar at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

New Online Magazine for the Highly Creative Coming This Summer

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Gasmask is a new online digital magazine wishing to feature art,  the highly creative and the eccentric. Gasmask Magazine is coming this summer. Sign up to their newsletter here.

Follow Gas Mask Magazine on Instagram here.

Gas Mask Magazine on Twitter here.

The founders want their magazine to be a voice for art, life, & positivity. Anything is possible for you today! ☄

For links to thousands of art and design magazines get our e-list here.

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Pro’jekt LA OPEN CALL + New FotoFund Crowdfunding Platform for Photo-based Works

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OPEN CALL for PRO’JEKT LA – IG  Its FREE!
Pro’jekt LA presents curated, themed, outdoor photography projections all over the city of Los Angeles. Submit and get the chance to showcase and sell your best work to the LA community.
Tag @MonthofPhotoLA in an Instagram post (aka your submission photo) and include the following hashtags in the description: #monthofphotola,#moplaIGJam2016 and#laphotocommunity. Then, submit online! Here    Deadline – April 4th, 2016

FOTOFUND

Fotofund is a crowdfunding platform exclusively for photo-based works. It is a newly initiated program of Lucie Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to the advocacy of photography worldwide. They asked us to share one of their current projects with our readers.

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Art Magazines, Art Blogs, and Art Publication Resources E-list

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To get a printable Word file version or a PDF version, buy the e-list of Art Magazines, Art Blogs, and Art Publication Resources in our Gumroad shop here https://gum.co/WEdk and for an iCloud share file version get it in our Webs store here.

The Coffee Art Project London 2016 Accepting Artists

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Tea staining has been used in art-making for centuries in India, and there are many contemporary artists who use tea, coffee and rust in their work. To view sample images of tea staining, rust staining and art made with coffee staining view my Pinterest board here. Those are the things that came to my mind when I first learned of the multi-city Coffee Art Project, that has included London, Milan, Amsterdam, Paris, New York, and Melbourne. And of course the artwork in this project does not have to literally contain coffee, but be about coffee or the coffee drinking experience. You can view past winners by city on the project website here.

Artists may now apply for the Coffee Art Project London 2016! Artists can enter one piece of artwork that connects to coffee or  coffee shop/coffee-house experiences. There is no restriction on media providing the artwork links to coffee.

The Coffee Art Project is a high-profile art competition on the theme of coffee. The project provides a platform for artists to showcase their work and raise charitable funds for Project Waterfall, an initiative to bring clean water to coffee growing communities around the world.

The top 30-40 selected works will be exhibited at The London Coffee Festival, that is taking place on 7– 10 April 2016. Competition winners will cash prizes.

It is completely free to enter.

Follow this link for more information and to register.

 

Platform: Open Call Art Magazine for Artists

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Platform or Platvorm is a print magazine which has its headquarters in the Netherlands. Platform describes itself as “an open call art magazine where artists are in control.” Artists create their own magazine spreads about their own work, resulting (hopefully) in diverse and original content.  Participation is free!

Find out more here.

  • Platform published their second issue December 2015, so now is the time to contact them to get your work into their forthcoming spring issue.

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Find our huge E-list of Art Magazines, Art Blogs, Artist Directories for $29.95 on  here.

Online Magazine THE HUMAN FIGURE COMPETITION – Submit By Jan 31st

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Art Exhibeo online art magazine  has a current call for artists to submit art based on the human figure. Submit your 2D paintings, drawings, pastels, photography, sculpture, and mixed medium artwork that emphasizes humans as an integral part of the composition. They’ve EXTENDED Deadline to January 31st 2016. There is an online submissions form and a fee to submit–details here.

 

Only a very small percentage of the art magazines on our e-list require fees to submit. But we thought this online magazine would be of interest to some of our artist-readers so we’ve added it to our e-list of Art Magazines, art blogs, art publication resources available here.