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"ABSTRACTION"

CALLING FOR SUBMISSIONS

DEADLINE May 17th, 2017 23:59 EST

This exhibition's juror will privately critique up to 10 images. 7 Critiques Remain.

http://darkroomgallery.com/ex96

Seeking photos in which color, form, design, and shape take the place of a representation of reality. Think of peeling paint, ripples on water, pat-terns in concrete or asphalt. This is an opportunity to let your imagination off its leash.

Rules:
Entrants must be at least 18 years old. If you are younger. you must have a parent or legal guardian make the submission for you.
All submitted photos must have been taken by the photographer making the entry. If you are a parent or legal guardian submitting for a minor, please make it clear and who you are actually submitting for.
Images may not have been exhibited at the Darkroom Gallery within the last year.
All submissions must be made by digital files through:
upload on DarkroomGallery.com or
sent via email to submissions@DarkroomGallery.com along with an application form. There is a $6.00 surcharge for email entries.
Images should be as large as possible but no larger than 1280 pixels on the longest side, type jpg - set to the highest quality. The color space should be set to sRGB. DPI is only relevant for output purposes and does not effect the stored size of the image. It can be set to any number, but if you must specify something go with 72 dpi. Click here for help with resizing.
Up to five images may be submitted for a non-refundable fee of $29 US for on-line submission and $35 for email submission.
Additional images may be submitted for an additional $6 US per image.
Images must be received by midnight EST on the submission closing date for the exhibition you are submitting for
Payment must be received by the close of submissions for the exhibit you are submitting for.

Caitlin Shogren

CALL FOR ENTRIES


WATER - GROUP EXHIBITION


DEADLINE: MARCH 1

SELECTED WORK: MARCH 20

EXHIBITION DATES: APRIL 28 - MAY 12

$40 ENTRY FEE

SUBMIT 5 IMAGES FOR $40,

$5 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL IMAGE
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CALL FOR ENTRIES TERMS AND CONDITIONS


INFORMATION AND ELIGIBILITY

Open to all photographers nationwide in the USA. All photographic media is welcome.

We sustain ourselves through its consumption, and frolic in bodies of it. We gaze at the vatness of oceans' expanse. Water is crucial in our world; from the rain nourishing our land, to the water we use everyday in our homes. We celebrate H2o in all it's uses and forms. This exhibition aims to represent varied takes on how this most powerful element is used and appreciated in our lives. All interpretations and styles are welcomed, from the literal to the sublime to the understated.

Selection will be based upon the series of work submitted by each artist rather than solely on individual images. A brief artist statement is optional.

Selected artists will have their work featured in the exhibition and online.


SUBMISSION FORMAT

Select the number of images and click "add to cart". Check out at the PayPal form. Email your photographs to info@mwcponline.org in jpeg format: 72 dpi, no larger than 3000 x 3000 pixels. Name each file with your name and the corresponding number from the entry information below, for example: smith_jane_1.jpg. List the information requested below in a Microsoft Word document. Attach your photographs and info, and email to info@mwcponline.org. Provide the following information for each image submitted:

NAME

ADDRESS

EMAIL

PHONE

TITLE #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 etc...

MEDIUM (C-Print, silver print, ink jet print, etc...)

DIMENSIONS

YEAR

SALE PRICE

PRESENTATION (describe matting and framing)

ARTIST STATEMENT (OPTIONAL)


NOTIFICATION OF SELECTED PHOTOGRAPHERS

Selected photographers will be posted online at www.mwcponline.com. Our group email will be sent with a list of names of selected photographers. Photographers sumbitted must check this information for the list of names. Instructions for the exhibition will be sent to selected photographers via email.


EXHIBITION FORMAT

All photographic works should be ready to hang on the wall for the exhibition. MWCP offers printing and framing services, we also offer standard size rental frames.


SHIPPING OF WORK

Exhibiting artists are expected to cover the round trip shipping costs for their work. Please ship the work in reusable packaging along with return shipping for the package, for example: Fed Ex account or card number on a return shipping lavel. All work that does not have return shipping will be donated to the annual MWCP Benefit Auction.


ASSOCIATED FEES AND INFORMATION

There is a 40% gallery commission for work sold. MWCP reserves the right to reproduce images for promotional and publication purposes, if necessary. Any work that differs significantly from the entry, or is sub-standard quality will be disqualified from the exhibit. MWCP cannot be responsible for damage or loss during shipping. Email addresses will be added to our email list. Entry fees are non-refundable, no exceptions. By submitting work to the call for entries you agree to all terms and conditions set forth in this entry page.

Carly Streling

The LensCulture Exposure Awards 2017 aim to discover and showcase the world’s best contemporary photographers — including all genres of photography, and from diverse cultures on every continent. Now in its 8th year, the competition will help photographers of all levels gain global recognition and move forward creatively and professionally. Our international jury will select six top winners as well as eight jurors’ picks, 25 finalists and five student spotlights.

Awards include opportunities for exposure in the Exposure Awards 2017 online exhibition as well as at over 50 international photography festivals, inclusion in the upcoming photobook, The Best of LensCulture Today: 150 Contemporary Photographers, which will be distributed to over 1,000 industry insiders and sold worldwide, and so much more. These are our largest and most prestigious awards of the year and YOU are invited to submit your best photographs to gain worldwide exposure.

LensCulture Exposure Awards 2017

Carly Streling

The New York Center for Photographic Arts (NYC4PA) invites photographers world-wide to submit images using any photographic process (print, image transfer, emulsion transfer, encaustic, black and white, etc.). Winners will receive $3,000 in cash awards, be featured in a New York Gallery Exhibition, on the NYC4PA Online Gallery and in the MACRO 2016 catalog. The Grand Prize winning image will be posted on the NYC4PA home page.

Primary Colors

Jadite Gallery
NYC, New York

Jessi Havens

Hello Artists, Educators, & Arts Organizations -
In May 2017, the Oak Park Art League will be presenting a Midwest Juried Exhibition that pays tribute to architect Frank Lloyd Wright and his iconic “Prairie” style, inspired by the natural environment and the American Midwest. The exhibition “Elevating Nature” is being presented in recognition of the architect’s 150th birthday, with exhibit dates coinciding with other Wright events that draw visitors from around the world to Oak Park.

Submission for this exhibition is open to artists from Midwest states including, Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin. Artists are invited to submit 2D and 3D work of any media that references nature and/or the Midwestern landscape. Jurors Brian Ritchard and Brent Fogt will select works that embody the progressive spirit of Wright and the essence of the American Midwest. Over $2,000 in cash prizes for Best of Show and Juror Awards will be presented in two categories:
Most innovative interpretation of the Midwestern landscape
Best use or representation of natural materials or nature elements

For submission guidelines and entry to OPAL's “Elevating Nature” exhibition, go to:

Midwest Juried Exhibition: Elevating Nature

Thank you in advance for sharing this call to artists with your community!

Kind regards –

Julie Carpenter
Executive Director
Oak Park Art League
708-386-9853

Oak Park Art League
Founded in 1921, the Oak Park Art League (OPAL) is one of the longest, continually-running non-profit arts organizations in Illinois. OPAL fulfills its mission through its offering of high quality art education to people of all ages and skill levels, programs and guest lectures, artist demonstrations and critiques, plus monthly exhibition opportunities in our art gallery.

Located in the center of Oak Park’s Historic District, walking distance from Frank Lloyd Wright’s famed studio and Ernest Hemingway’s birth home, the Oak Park Art League's Carriage House Gallery is an important landmark and lends to a tri-part dialogue about the early 20th century regional influences in art, architecture and literature that continue to define Oak Park’s cultural landscape today.

Jessica Schumaker

Still Pointe Art Gallery: It’s Not Easy Being Green

Online exhibition; each chosen artist will have one piece published in the spring issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly, a print and online literary and art journal.

Deadline:
January 2, 2017 - Submissions Close (Deadline)
January 25, 2017 (or before) - Notification of Artists
March 1, 2017 - Still Point Arts Quarterly Spring Issue Released (Print and Digital)
February 1 to April 30, 2017 - Featured Exhibition (Online)

Eligibility


Open to artists around the world 18 years of age or older who submit artwork in any medium except video and wearable art. Submissions must be the creation of the artist.

Images

Artists may choose one of two ways to submit images: (1) upload images using our online form; or (2) send images by email [you may still pay online]. Whatever way is chosen, images should be saved in jpg format and resized. The size of the file should be no more than 1.5 MB and the maximum dimension of the image should be no more (and not much less) than 1000 pixels. Failing to resize images will result in problems with uploading. The file name of your image should follow this convention - last name, title of work (perhaps abbreviated), and number (matching entry form number) [for example, SMITH_SUNNYDAY_3.jpg]. Do not include stray characters such as # or * in the file name. Doing so will prevent the file from uploading properly. Emailed mages should be sent to info@stillpointartgallery.com. Once the submission deadline has passed, no image substitutions may be made.

Jessica Schumaker

Drunk Lunch is a contemporary art gallery + gift shop that aims to promote a culturally rich community through rotating exhibitions, lectures, screenings, events + a carefully edited selection of home goods + independent publications.

Located in the Tenney- Lapham neighborhood in Madison, Wisconsin.

Interested in all contemporary media, including painting, printmaking, drawing, mixed media, sculpture + photography.

PORTFOLIO or EVENT SUBMISSIONS: Please fill out the form below or send your exhibition/event proposal to: shopdrunklunch@gmail.com

Jessi Havens

The Sun is an independent, ad-free magazine that for more than forty years has used words and photographs to evoke the splendor and heartache of being human. Each monthly issue celebrates life, but not in a way that ignores its complexity. The personal essays, short stories, interviews, poetry, and photographs that appear in The Sun’s pages explore the challenges we face and the moments when we rise to meet them.
From its idealistic, unlikely inception in 1974 to its current incarnation as a nonprofit magazine with more than 70,000 subscribers, The Sun has attempted to marry the personal and political; to honor the genuine and the spiritual; to see what kind of roommates beauty and truth can be; and to show that powerful teaching can be found in the lives of ordinary people. Each issue includes a section devoted entirely to writing by readers.
Writing from The Sun has won the Pushcart Prize and been selected for the Best American Short Stories and Best American Essays anthologies.

We’re interested in photographs of many kinds. We’re not looking for photojournalism, just unique perspectives on the world around us. We do not use artwork or illustrations. We ask that you limit an individual submission to 30 photographs for ease of review, but you are welcome to submit as often as you like. Upon publication, we pay from $100 to $200 for one-time use of photographs featured inside the magazine; we pay $500 for those we use on our cover. For photo essays we pay $500 to $1,000. We give contributors four copies of the issue in which their work appears and a complimentary one-year subscription, also upon publication. We use from ten to thirty photographs in each monthly issue. When we accept a photograph, we keep the image on file until we find a place for it in the magazine.
We try to respond within three months. With nearly a thousand photographs submitted a month, however, our backlog is often substantial. Don’t let a longer wait surprise you.

http://thesunmagazine.org/about/submission_guidelines/photography

Aida Ebrahimi

Melanin Speaking is a multicultural student blog dedicated to uplifting the voices and stories of students of color.

We’re excited to announce today that we are accepting submissions for our first issue! We accept a variety of genres: visual art, poetry, fiction, article/editorials, and personal anecdotes. We want all your stories — everything from confessional poetry of lived experiences to queer womxn of color space pirates, to intelligent editorials and comics!

The theme for the first issue is (In)visibility. We are accepting submissions from OCTOBER 20th to NOVEMBER 10th at midnight!

Send a cover letter and a file of your submission as an attachment to uwpocfam@gmail.com with your genre and name in the subject header. Be sure to read over the guidelines before submitting!

Guidelines can be found here: https://melaninspeaking.wordpress.com/submission-guidelines/

Lee Troz

Business Badgers:

We are accepting submissions for the second annual Art of the Wisconsin BBA Student Art Exhibition!

Currently enrolled UW-Madison students pursuing a BBA degree, a Certificate in Business or Entrepreneurship, or Direct Admits are encouraged to submit your original artwork to be displayed in Grainger Hall.

Business Badgers are multidimensional and talented in ways that may not come through at first glance. Specifically, business education is known for technical skills, almost as if, if they have the right skills, they'll be able to 'get ahead'. But the majority of people who 'get ahead' are the people who have a broad range of skills and talents. Here is your chance to show off this side of you!

Artists are invited to submit a maximum of 3 pieces for consideration, in the following formats:

- Digital prints
- Drawings
- Paintings
- Photography
- Sculpture
- Short films
- Music (See Below)
- Any other forms of media will also be considered


Artists will be asked to submit digital images of their artwork as high-resolution (5 megapixels or higher) jpeg files attached to your email submission to artofwsb@gmail.com. Please include in your submission email for each work of art:

- Title of the Artwork
- Medium
- Size
- Your First and Last Name
- Contact Information (Email and Phone Number)

MUSICIANS:

Please submit a simple video/audio of you/your musical group performing. Not all members need be business students – only one of you.

Submissions Open October 1
Submissions Close November 21 @ Midnight

Art Drop-Off
Monday, November 28
1:00 pm3:30 pm
Bolz Center for Arts Administration
Grainger Hall, Room 3340
975 University Avenue
Madison, WI 53706

Thereafter, you will be sent and expected to read and complete the Art Exhibition Guidelines and Agreement Protection Memorandum and complete Artwork ID tags prior to dropping off your artwork ready to hang (wired and/or framed).


The Opening reception is December 1st from 6:00pm-8:00pm, and if your work is selected to be presented in the exhibition, your presence is required. You will be encouraged to invite family and friends for food and refreshments, and to see the art on display!

More importantly, please know that this is not a juried art show so do not worry about competition. It is an inclusive showcase appreciating the unseen creativity and talent of UW-Madison students associated with the Wisconsin School of Business. Select pieces will have the opportunity to be hung in Grainger Hall after the show.

If you have any further questions, please respond to this email and you will receive a response!

We look forward to seeing your artwork!


- Becky Lin & Lee Troz

Lee Troz

OPEN TO ALL UW MADISON ART STUDENTS:

Dear UW-Madison art students,

For the 11th year, the Provost Office is providing an opportunity for students to display finished art works through the Student Art Showcase in the Offices of the Provost. The Provost Office is joined by the Secretary of the Faculty Office and the Office of Quality Improvement in showcasing finished art works in Bascom Hall.

We are soliciting finished and framed pieces for display during the 2016-2017 academic year. The pieces will be hung on walls in the Room 117 office suite and adjoining offices in Bascom Hall, in the Secretary of the Faculty (SOF) suite, and the Office of Quality Improvement (OQI) offices. This Showcase is open to all levels of students from the UW-Madison Art Department.

Several members of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning’s office group and representatives from SFO and OQI will make final decisions on which art pieces will be displayed. We have substantial wall spaces available (different spaces that are approximately 6'x6', 3’x6’, 6’x3’, 3’x3’, 3’x9’, 2’x2’) and we will select as many pieces as will fit and display attractively within these spaces.

If you are interested, please submit the following by e-mail to Laurie Mayberry, Assistant Vice Provost at: laurie.mayberry@wisc.edu

(DEADLINE Monday, October 31, 2016):
·a digital image of your work;
·a description of its dimensions;
·a one-paragraph description of the piece (which can be printed on a 4x6” card that will be displayed along with selected works);
·your degree program (e.g. BA/BS, MFA, certificate in Studio Art) and,
·your contact information (name, campus/local address, e-mail address, and phone number).

As only finished and framed pieces can be displayed, we will be able to offset some of the framing costs on works selected for the exhibition. Stipulations for receiving assistance are:

*Works are currently unframed.
*Works on paper only – paintings or other works on stretchers can hang without frames.

*Framing must be done at the University Book Store.
*Undergraduate students receiving framing assistance must also agree to and take their selected pieces to the Undergraduate Symposium (April 13, 2017), and then return them to the Vice Provost’s Office, or submit a proposal for an Artist’s Talk. (See: https://ugradsymposium.wisc.edu/)
*Amount of contribution toward individual framing costs will depend ultimately on the number of pieces chosen for the exhibit, as well as the size of the piece, but will be about $125 per student.

Please contact Julie Ganser with questions about framing reimbursement.

Please contact me at steven.cramer@wisc.edu if you have any additional questions.

Steve Cramer
Vice Provost for Teaching & Learning
Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering
117c Bascom Hall
steven.cramer@wisc.edu

Disclaimer: You are formally loaning your work to be displayed in suite 117 Bascom and nearby offices; you retain ownership and your work will be returned to you at the end of the academic year. We will make every reasonable effort to protect your work from damage, and in fact, our offices are locked during the evenings and weekends. Nonetheless, you are making this loan at your own risk; we cannot guarantee that your work will not be inadvertently damaged by unforeseen circumstances.


Julie Ganser
Undergraduate Advising and Programs
For appointment: 608-262-1660

University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Art
6241 Humanities Building
455 N. Park Street
Madison, WI 53706

Sam Molinaro

http://www.berlinfotobiennale.com/


Berlin Foto Biennale 2016

4th Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary Photography
October 6-30 2016

Emotions & Commotions Across Cultures. As and Associated Partner of the European Month of Photography Berlin, the first edition of the Berlin Foto Biennale - and 4th edition of the Biennial for Fine Art and
Documentary Photography - will take place at the Palazzo Italia (Römischer Hof), situated in Unter den Linden 10, in the historic heart of Berlin. After Madrid, Buenos Aires and Malaga, Berlin was chosen as a new base to promote
emerging talents and established artists from all over the world.
Emotions and Commotions Across Cultures will present 1230 photos by 446 contemporary artists from 41 countries of all continents – among them 65% women, who have received the Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers.

Isabella Stark

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http://www.madisonartguild.com/opportunities.php

Dane Arts First Floor Gallery
September 1, 2016 - December 31, 2016
Application Opens: August 7, 2016

Dane Arts is pleased to announce the Dane Arts First Floor Gallery! The gallery will be located on the first floor of the city-county building. The purpose of the gallery is to offer Dane county artists a place to show their work in a frequently visited public space, and an opportunity for the public to discover and enjoy the work of local artists. The first show will be installed this September and will remain on display until the end of the year.

Artists of original, two-dimensional, ready-to-hang, works of art may apply for consideration to exhibit. Artists must be 18 years of age and reside in Dane County. Artist groups may also apply.

The deadline to apply for the September show is Friday, July 8th. For 2017 exhibitions, the deadline is Friday October 21st, 2016. Starting in 2017, artwork will change four times per year.

For more information, and to submit an application, please go to: http://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/5ecwnyk2ES78e8mZYevHB

Questions? Please feel free to contact Pamela Andros, gallery coordinator, at 608-261-9780 or via email at Andros@countyofdane.com

Isabella Stark

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http://www.madisonartguild.com/opportunities.php

Display Your Artwork at Studio Lounge
Studio Lounge
2246 S Kinnickinnic Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53207

Phone: 414.489.7474
info@StudioLoungeMKE.com

Would you like to display your artwork in the Milwaukee area's coolest gallery? We'd like to make you aware of the opportunities provided to artists at Studio Lounge in Bay View. Studio Lounge features some of Milwaukee's best original artistic pieces. We have an incredible group of creative people who view these masterpieces four nights a week. Our crowd is filled with art enthusiasts. We have openings for great, original artwork in 2015. Please contact Ken Yandell at ken@studioloungemke.com for the details and to discuss the possibilities!

Aida Ebrahimi

SHOTS no. 134
Winter 2016


The 2016 PORTFOLIO ISSUE
Submit a cohesive series or a selection of your best images. Subject matter is open. Photographers selected for inclusion will be interviewed for publication and featured on at least 4 pages in this annual edition of SHOTS.
(Note: Photographers who have been featured in past Portfolio Issues or who have been the subjects of interviews are not eligible for this issue.)

All submissions must be received by November 2, 2016
Send 12 to 20 images for consideration.


* CLICK HERE FOR GUIDELINES *
http://www.shotsmag.com/guidelines.htm


A well-established, independent and reader-supported photography journal currently in its 30th year of publication, SHOTS Magazine reaches an international community of photographers, educators, galleries, museums, collectors and other fine art photography enthusiasts.
Submissions not prepared per the guidelines will not be accepted

http://www.shotsmag.com/shotssubmission.htm

Isabella Stark

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http://www.chazen.wisc.edu/index.php?/events-calendar-demo/event/facades-photographs-by-markus-brunetti/

September 2 to December 31 | Pleasant T. Rowland Galleries

FACADES: Photographs by Markus Brunetti
After two decades of experience working with digital imaging, Markus Brunetti along with his partner Betty Schoener built a mobile studio and set off across Europe capturing the façades of historic cathedrals, churches, and cloisters in minute detail. What started out as a one-year project in 2005 has become an open-ended journey, yielding monumental photographs of exquisite detail.

In the tradition of Bernd and Hilla Becher’s serial documentation of German industrialization, Brunetti records the façade of each structure in a precise and regulated manner. The buildings, which span the architectural styles from Romanesque to Baroque, are rendered in hyper-real detail, revealing visual information normally visible only to birds, and perspectives not seeable on location.

To create a single work, Brunetti exhaustively explores each façade, taking hundreds or thousands of frames over the course of weeks or, if necessary, years. Miniscule ornamentations that would otherwise be overlooked or inaccessible, such as golden mosaics in the gables of Orvieto’s Duomo di Santa Maria Assunta or sculptural details on the soaring spires of Cologne Cathedral, become vividly clear. He then assembles the individual frames into his own hyper-realistic interpretation of the entire façade, stripped of all modern-day elements. The end result is as much like an architect’s elevation as a photograph.

Isabella Stark

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http://humanities.wisc.edu/events/research-seminars-and-workshops/borghesi-mellon-workshops-calendar#helen-bullard

Terra Incognita Art Series
Borrowing Limulus: the multi-kingdom ingredient
Helen J. Bullard
Research-based Storyteller

Friday, October 28, 2016 @ 5:00pm
110 Science Hall
Borrowing Limulus is a storytelling event featuring Helen Bullard's work with the horseshoe crab. Q&A to follow with Professor Laurie Beth Clark. Often taking a poetry/prose hybrid form, Helen’s storytelling also includes performance, video work, sculpture, and photography. Her current research is focused around the horseshoe crab; their evolution and natural history, ecology, conservation, and use in medicine.

Mariel Bolger

DADA Centennial: Day of the Dead - Call for Works

The International Museum of Collage, Assemblage and Construction (collagemuseum.com) with the International Society of Assemblage and Collage Artists (collagist.org) in Santa Fe, New Mexico invites you to contribute to our celebration of the 100 year Anniversary of DADA! Because The Archives are in Santa Fe, we will also be setting up our first annual Mexican Style Ofrenda (offering) to honor our artistic ancestors. This year we will be celebrating the collage/assemblage Dada artists including Kurt Schwitters, Hannah Höch, Man Ray, John Heartfield, Marcel Duchamp, Jean Arp, Max Ernst, Raoul Hausmann, etc.

The International Post-Dogmatist Group's Office of the Postulator-General will also be holding a historic Canonization Ceremony for Saint Kurt Schwitters of Hanover at the opening!

WHAT TO SEND: We are asking you to make a collage in the spirit of Dada such as using chance operations or any other dada technique - send a Merz work - an object for the Ofrenda dedicted to one or more of the DADA artists - send an collage or assemblage homage in the style of one of the DADA artists - Keep it smallish - 14x11 inches or smaller. Ready to hang is best.

TERMS: There are: NO FEES, NO JURY, NO RETURNS! Your contribution WILL be exhibited and will become a part of the permanent collection of the IMCAC Archives for possible use in future exhibitions and/or publications.

DOCUMENTATION: Your contribution will be exhibited beginning with the opening November 4, 2016 and continue through January 2017. The works will be on permanent exhibit online on our 2016 inventory blog under "Dada Centennial" with a possible catalog produced.

DEADLINE: Please have works in by October 29, 2016! (late works will be added to the exhibition but please be on time if possible) NO TIME TO FRET, JUST DO IT.

Send works to:
Dada Centennial: Day of the Dead
4810 West Alameda Street
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507
Tel. 505-303-3034

Mariel Bolger

http://wyomingcreativearts.org/index.php?option=com_acymailing&ctrl=archive&task=view&mailid=228&key=jkGMCshH&subid=1540-kADZZ4c7N3ztsM

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The 2nd Annual Black & White
A Call for Artists!
Opening on Thursday at 4:30 on October 20nd, 2016 and on display through November 12th

Presented by the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community, this second annual Black & White art show will feature artwork by regional artists, all in black and white. This exhibit will be held at the beautiful Hallberg Center for the Arts, with an opening ceremony on Thursday, October 20, 2016.

The Black & White exhibit will accept 2D, 3D, Literary (performed and written), and Musical (performed) works of art. Performed works must relate to the theme, Black & White. Written literary works must be framed in a gallery format.

There will be People's Choice voting during the exhibit opening with ribbons being awarded to the highest voted artists.

Black & White, an art show

Submit your Black & White Artwork at: https://www.judgify.me/black&white

There is no charge to submit artwork.

All artwork must be conceived and executed by the submitting artist.
Artwork should be recent (within the last three years).
Entry into the art exhibit must be entered electronically (on this website) in order to be accepted.
Image for submission must be less than 2MB in size.
Submitted image should be of the artwork only, not the frame (if applicable).
Complete all information on the entry form. Incomplete entries will not be accepted.
The deadline for entry is October 14, 2016 at midnight.
All artwork must be delivered to the Hallberg Center for the Arts on or before Monday, October 17, 2016 (drop off times and directions will be emailed to the artist in advance)
All artwork must be appropriately framed or ready for display in an art gallery format. Pedestals are available (please note in description if needed). ONLY Sawtooth or wire is acceptable for hanging.
Space will determine the final number of entries accepted into the show. If you are submitting more than one piece, please note which is your first choice, in the case we are unable to accept all the artwork.
If contributing artists exceed expectations, the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community Events Committee will determine which pieces to accept in the exhibition.
Artwork Sales

Accepted artwork, will be labeled with a price. Submitted artwork marked NFS or left empty in the registration form will be marked NFS (not for sale).

Buyers of artwork sold during the exhibit agree that the artwork will remain at the Hallberg Center for the Arts until the show is completed on November 12, 2016.

Artists agree to donate 30% of the sale price of any artwork sold during the Black & White Art Show to the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community.

Extended Art Exhibit

Award winning and high scoring artwork may have the opportunity to be displayed at the Nesting Grounds, in Wyoming, MN as part of an extended art exhibit for the month following the Black & White Art Show, with the consent of the artist.

Submit your Black & White Artwork at: https://www.judgify.me/black&white

Find out more about the Black & White Art Show, the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community, and the Hallberg Center for the Arts at: http://WyomingCreativeArts.org

See you at Black & White!

Everyone at the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community
Hallberg Center for the Arts
5521 East Viking Blvd
Wyoming, MN 55092
(651) 272-5122
http://WyomingCreativeArts.org

Mariel Bolger

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The 2nd Annual Black & White
A Call for Artists!
Opening on Thursday at 4:30 on October 20nd, 2016 and on display through November 12th

Presented by the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community, this second annual Black & White art show will feature artwork by regional artists, all in black and white. This exhibit will be held at the beautiful Hallberg Center for the Arts, with an opening ceremony on Thursday, October 20, 2016.

The Black & White exhibit will accept 2D, 3D, Literary (performed and written), and Musical (performed) works of art. Performed works must relate to the theme, Black & White. Written literary works must be framed in a gallery format.

There will be People's Choice voting during the exhibit opening with ribbons being awarded to the highest voted artists.

Black & White, an art show

Submit your Black & White Artwork at: https://www.judgify.me/black&white

There is no charge to submit artwork.

All artwork must be conceived and executed by the submitting artist.
Artwork should be recent (within the last three years).
Entry into the art exhibit must be entered electronically (on this website) in order to be accepted.
Image for submission must be less than 2MB in size.
Submitted image should be of the artwork only, not the frame (if applicable).
Complete all information on the entry form. Incomplete entries will not be accepted.
The deadline for entry is October 14, 2016 at midnight.
All artwork must be delivered to the Hallberg Center for the Arts on or before Monday, October 17, 2016 (drop off times and directions will be emailed to the artist in advance)
All artwork must be appropriately framed or ready for display in an art gallery format. Pedestals are available (please note in description if needed). ONLY Sawtooth or wire is acceptable for hanging.
Space will determine the final number of entries accepted into the show. If you are submitting more than one piece, please note which is your first choice, in the case we are unable to accept all the artwork.
If contributing artists exceed expectations, the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community Events Committee will determine which pieces to accept in the exhibition.
Artwork Sales

Accepted artwork, will be labeled with a price. Submitted artwork marked NFS or left empty in the registration form will be marked NFS (not for sale).

Buyers of artwork sold during the exhibit agree that the artwork will remain at the Hallberg Center for the Arts until the show is completed on November 12, 2016.

Artists agree to donate 30% of the sale price of any artwork sold during the Black & White Art Show to the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community.

Extended Art Exhibit

Award winning and high scoring artwork may have the opportunity to be displayed at the Nesting Grounds, in Wyoming, MN as part of an extended art exhibit for the month following the Black & White Art Show, with the consent of the artist.

Submit your Black & White Artwork at: https://www.judgify.me/black&white

Find out more about the Black & White Art Show, the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community, and the Hallberg Center for the Arts at: http://WyomingCreativeArts.org

See you at Black & White!

Everyone at the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community
Hallberg Center for the Arts
5521 East Viking Blvd
Wyoming, MN 55092
(651) 272-5122
http://WyomingCreativeArts.org

Kaitlyn Veto

https://www.zapplication.org/event-info.php?ID=4500

Art Fair On The Square

Application due: March 1st

Fee: $35

As one of Madison's most highly anticipated annual events, Art Fair on the Square brings nearly 200,000 visitors from across the region to Wisconsin’s beautiful Capitol Concourse. We invite you to join the tradition and submit an application for jury review before the deadline on March 1, 2015

Submit up to 4 images.

See link for further details

Kaitlyn Veto

UW Arboretum Art Gallery

We feature six exhibits per year, beginning in January; each artist exhibits for two months. The gallery has approximately 90 linear feet of exhibit space. Occasionally we select group exhibits to share the gallery space for two months.

A juried committee meets once each year to select art for gallery exhibits. The committee seeks work featuring native Wisconsin or Midwestern plants, animals, and landscapes, or that explores the relationship between humans and the land. Submissions are reviewed every April; artists will be notified and materials returned by May 15.

Artists wishing to submit their work for our annual review should send the following between February 1 and March 28:

Artist statement (resume is optional)
Narrative explaining the exhibit focus and content
Minimum of 5 and maximum of 10 images (slides, photographs, or jpegs) specific to the proposed exhibit of your work. A website or CD is preferred. Please indicate the proposed number of works and their sizes.
Self-addressed stamped envelope if you want your materials returned.

Carson Shipley

DEADLINE 12-31-15

The Art Of Monteque Organization
is an independent arts showcase looking for work of exceptional artistic ability which demonstrates a high level of mastery. We have three missions which are to invest in the creative potential of the community by developing support for individual artisans with a focus on creating a network which would help the artisan with their projects; thereby helping people and the community excel. By creating an organization that partners with individual artisans, we are able provide opportunities that one might not have. Also by developing a community of individual artisans helping each other with their projects we are able to arrange meetings, workshops, lectures performances, showings and support. We strive for excellence in what we do and hope to show what is possible when a group comes together for one propose. Second is to help create a community where at risk individuals and veterans are capable of extraordinary transformation though teaching, learning, and evolving though experience. Third is to foster and cultivate the next generation of artisans. Passing along to them the long lost old world techniques, tools and teaching craftsmanship for them to become great artisans of the future. By helping others we feel it can cause a ripple effect, which would help the community as a whole. While using the arts to create social change. Along with sowing the seeds of solutions through the transformative power of the arts.

The Art Of Monteque Organization’s publications are diverse in style and subject, but tend to have in common a certain freedom of thought. We invite all artists to be a part of The Art of Monteque Organization, and thus we accept unsolicited submissions.

To submit art work to The Art Of Monteque for consideration, please go here .

Here are our Unsolicited Submissions guidelines; with your submission, be sure to include:

1. A cover letter that briefly describes the work and the artist’s background

2. 2-3 paragraph explanation of why the work is a fit for The Art Of Monteque

3. A JPEG photo of yourself

4. Samples of your work

5. Artist’s Statement

Carson Shipley

No deadline for submissions

http://www.fosterwhite.com/

Foster/White Gallery represents local, national and international artists. We are interested in all contemporary media including painting, printmaking, drawing, mixed media, sculpture, and photography.

The gallery welcomes submissions from artists seeking representation throughout the year. We do not accept exhibition proposals. We do not make appointments or view portfolios during gallery hours.

Artists seeking representation at Foster/White Gallery should email submissions to: artistsubmissions.fosterwhite@gmail.com


OPTION A: Send Website Information

Provide a link to your website/URL which contains images, contact information, artist curriculum vitae and artist statement.

OPTION B: Email Images
• Attach ten titled jpeg images
• Please include the following information in the body of the email, or attached in .doc, .rtf
or .PDF format:
○ an image list which specifies titles, dates, media and the dimensions of each work.
○ a curriculum vitae and artist statement
○ contact information
The email will not transmit if it exceeds 10 MB.
Please do not call about your email submission. Due to the volume of submissions received, we will only reply back if there is interest in seeing more of your work.

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to view your submission and we wish you success in finding gallery representation.

Liesl

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I was also hoping I could get your help to spread the word about an exciting new opportunity! I am a Founder and Editor-in-chief of a new undergraduate initiative-The Journal of Undergraduate Science and Technology!

The Journal of Undergraduate Science and Technology (JUST) is a biannual undergraduate research journal founded and maintained by an interdisciplinary team of undergraduates with the help of faculty and graduate advisors. JUST is dedicated to showcasing and disseminating undergraduate excellence in science and technology research. In strong support of The Wisconsin Idea, the mission of JUST is three-fold: First, to garner appreciation for the hard work and discoveries of aspiring undergraduate researchers at UW. Second, to educate and disseminate knowledge of outstanding undergraduate research to the Madison community in a highly conversational format, benefitting the lay community of Madison and beyond. Third, to encourage and foster continued support for exceptional undergraduate research at the UW both scientifically and communicatively — from the researcher to the journal editors and finally, to the community at large.

We are looking for students from all disciplines to get this journal off the ground, including science, engineering, communications, journalism, business, web and graphic design, and many more! We encourage all those interested to come to this informational planning meeting on Wednesday Nov. 18 at 6pm in 1121 Humanities to learn more! We are currently looking to fill all journal positions including: Editor-in-chief, Managing Editors, Scientific Peer Review Board, Marketing, Social Media, Graphic Design and more! JUST will be publishing it's first volume next semester (Spring 2016).

I am hoping that you can forward this information to all Molecular Biology Students, professors, and any other advisors. We want to get the word out to as many people as we can! I have attached a .jpg and .pdf of the flyer to this email.

Thank you for your help, and please let me know if you have any questions!

Steph Seymour

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