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Sheila Duong

Call for visual artists at the Overture Center!!!
Applications are due Mar. 18, 2019


You get exposure and connections!!

Claire Embil

I know that this is very very last minute, but I think that this is a very cool and unique opportunity. It is a show called "No Holds Barred" and you can submit anything, yes anything, you want. The only rule is that it must be a photograph. Details below:

"All photos selected for the show will be featured on The EXibit website for one year.

Here at The EXibit we have come to the conclusion that there is no such thing as "Pure Photography" anymore.

Every image we see in today's world has been digitally enhanced, refined, manipulated, and just plain reconstructed.

Imposing "Rules" on a photo show is rather absurd.

For this reason, we decided to have the "No Holds Barred" Photo Show, where the artist can enter any kind of "photo" they've created.

We are offering $700 in prizes.

A nice gallery space to display the artwork.

All work juried into the show will be featured on our website for 1 year.

There is a $45 entry fee for 3 JPEGS.

Deadline is March 17."

Jacobo Kirsch Tornell

Abandoned Landscape
Entry Deadline: Sunday, April 7, 2019

The SE Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico is looking for all type of photography that represent abandoned landscapes and the effects of time.

If you get selected, you picture will be featured in a month long exhibit.


Yiting Liu

Calls for entry for different kinds of awards and exhibitions can be found in this link:
Deadlines are due from January to March for various opportunities.

Brenna Petersen

Iceland's Vanishing Beauty: Photography by Micheal Kientiz


In this exhibition held at the Chazen Museum of Museum of art, Micheal Kientiz exposes the rapidly shrinking but wildly beautiful natural ice sculptures found in Iceland. Through a combination of both conventional and drone photography he managed to capture both accessible and unobtainable views of the massive icebergs and ice caves. He traveled to the southeast region of Iceland because it is known to be the best glacial region. He planned his stay for the winter for lighting purposes. During the winter, Iceland's days are very short. Kientiz explained that these short days create some of the best lighting conditions because, even though the sun is out for only a few hours, it is always at a sunrise or sunset position. This positioning of the sun reflects remarkably on the ice and creates such vibrant colors. Each of these photos were enriched with such saturated blues and whites that they seemed to have been unnatural and artificially made through photoshop. However, Kientiz was adamant about sharing that he refuses to create artificial colors within his photographs because he believes that a photographers job is to capture and share the reality. This was remarkable to learn because you almost didn't want to believe him due to the richness of the colors in the photographs. The overarching purpose of his expedition up to Iceland was to capture the "vanishing beauty" as the title of the exhibition states. Kientiz shared that many of the ice caves and icebergs that are captured in these photos are no longer there or accessible due to climate change and rising temperatures. Kientiz has played an important role in capturing these natural wonders of the world while their time is surely limited.

These photos are breathtaking and the message behind the exhibition is powerful. I suggest everyone take the time visit the Chazen and witness it for themselves.

Lai Seipel

INSPIRATION: Studies and Source

Entry Deadline: 12/23/18
Days remaining to deadline: 19


Images - Minimum: 5, Maximum: 10
Total Media - Minimum: 5, Maximum: 10

Entry Fee (INSPIRATION: Studies and Source Entry Fee): $35.00
Media Fee (per sample over minimum): $7.00

Studies & Source
Art is a process. The condition under which we consume art is normally in the solitary state of the finished product. Where does art start? How can we trace backwards from this finalized piece and find the flash of inspiration that started it all? We want to see your process. Show us what inspires you, the words, songs, settings or scenarios which bring you to the point of creation. We want to exhibit this source material in the same manner in which we exhibit the final piece, showing the beginning and end in harmony. If its a poem, letter, song, tv show, movie, postcard, stranger on the bus...we want to know! Each work will be paired with the source of its creation, and there is no wrong answer!

Juror: Jeremiah Morris - Curator, Founder of Specto Art Space

This exhibition will be available on a slideshow gallery during Superfine! DC 2019. Visitors to our booth will be able to view this exhibition in its entirety.

DEADLINE FOR ENTRY : December 20th

Show Dates: January 1st - January 14th

Entry Fees:
$35 for first five entries

$7 per entry over five

(10 artwork maximum)

Media Accepted:
Digital Art
Graphic Design
New things that blow our minds!

Lai Seipel

Focus: Landscape and Architecture
Black Box Gallery
811 East Burnside St. #212
Portland, Oregon 97214

Entry Deadline: 12/11/18
Days remaining to deadline: 7
Number of Applications Allowed: 5


Images - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5
Total Media - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Entry Fee (Focus: Landscape and Architecture Entry Fee): $35.00

Theme: Landscape and Architecture

Black Box Gallery is excited to announce a landscape and architecture juried group photo show. What is the process and diversity of observation, interpretation and documentation of these two photographic genres? How do we look for and create compelling, significant and relevant photographic work that engages the aesthetics, craft, tradition and concepts of landscape and architectural photography?

Juror: Todd Johnson

Deadline: December 11

Exhibition Dates: January 1-20, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday January 4, 6-8:00 pm

Each exhibition will have 24 photographs selected by the juror for exhibiton at the gallery.

An additional 30 photographs will be selected by the juror for exhibition in our on-line gallery annex.

All 54 photographs from the show will be included in a catalog available for purchase on Blurb Books.


The photo lecture I attended was for Michael Kienitz's Iceland's Vanishing Beauty.

He talked mostly about the sites and how he captured the photos. What I found most interesting is that he does plan on exploring other sites, and has taken into account the UN's climate change warning.


The photo exhibit I attended was the vanishing glaciers in Iceland. The photographer who captured the environmentally provocative images was, Micheal Kienitz.

I found the exhibit to be visually and mentally pleasing. The room that the photos were presented in was wide and open and had a glass wall that allowed for as much natural light as possible; emulating the glassy surface of a glacier.

The images were accompanied by a soothing instrumental, that, in my opinion, mimicked the wind bounding off the surface of the ice.

Janaé Hu


Stamp Gallery Call for Artists

Application Deadline | December 21

Notification Date | January 4

Exhibition Dates | February 13 – March 29


Visualizing Protest: The Art of Resistance

Protests have long been a social tool by which to mobilize groups of people around shared grievances, allowing them to collectively interrogate power structures and enact change through the discursive processes of resistance. Protests have been an important moment at which resistance enters public space and gains broader visibility. Some forms of protest, such as riots, can even erupt spontaneously and result in alternative discourses that undermine the original aims of the protestors.

This exhibition thus seeks to explore the role of visual production around protests. It will consider such questions as: How do we understand the relationship between what is visible/invisible or public/private in collective forms of resistance? How does artwork and new media shape, interrogate, or blur these distinctions? How does the visual response to protests and resistance movements by artists memorialize and historicize the events? Do new technologies change the nature of protests, resistance movements, and how they are mobilized? If so, how we understand them visually? What is the role of audience? What is the role of visual imagery produced by resistance groups themselves?

The curator of this exhibition seeks a small group of artists working in a wide range of media whose work critically engages with and responds to ideas around resistance and protest. Work can focus on recent events within the United States as well as be historically situated or centered on other regions. Selected artwork will be exhibited in Stamp Gallery in the Adele H. Stamp Student Union, University of Maryland, College Park.


Alison Singer, Stamp Gallery Coordinator, Doctoral Candidate, Art History

Alison is particularly interested in Black Nationalism in the 20th century as well as the interplay between material and pop culture and its relationship to the development of national identity. From 2017-2018 she held a research fellowship at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Her most recent exhibition at Stamp Gallery, Mirrored Re-Collection, explored the notion of home, gender, private and collective memory, and national identity.


Applicants must submit:

· Artist’s Statement about specific works being submitted

· Link to artist’s website (if applicable)

· Proposed works with title and short description (up to 200 words), year of production, and medium)

· Digital documentation of work

· 5-10 images/files (JPEG 72 dpi), video/audio clips should be shared as a link to a streaming site (with password information as necessary)


Fatoumata Ceesay


Due: December 31

Call for entries. Selected work announced: January 10

Exhibition dates: January 25 - February 15, 2019

Submit 5 images for $40

Janaé Hu

Are you a painter, photographer, or artist who works in a two-dimensional medium? Would you like your work to have a wider audience? Then consider teaming up with the UW–Madison Division of Continuing Studies!

We exhibit original art from local artists on a two-month, rotating basis here on the 7th floor of 21 N. Park St., and we regularly receive positive feedback from both the staff here and our visitors.

Anyone who has a connection to the UW–Madison Continuing Studies: employees, instructors, students, and family or friends of employees may apply, so please feel free to share this with your network! The art committee will jury and select submitted artworks and set the display schedule.

Visit our online gallery at, or click the link below to go right to the application information. Deadline is December 14, 2018.

Application Information:

Questions? Contact the Continuing Studies art committee •

Charlotte Mabie

Garden&Landscape Expo

You are invited to participate in the inaugural Garden Expo Photography Competition. Designed to bring another form of art, imagery and perspective to Garden Expo, the competition allows amateur photographers to demonstrate their skills and display their work. Photographs will be juried prior to the event, and selected photographs will be exhibited at Garden Expo for nearly 20,000 attendees to admire. The application deadline is December 15, 2018.


Artist Reception for Maggie Sasso & Nathaniel Stern


"Join us in the James Watrous Gallery on the 3rd floor of Overture Center to celebrate the opening of new exhibitions by Maggie Sasso and Nathaniel Stern. Sasso’s textile-based installation, Fore & Aft, evokes the legacy of sailing on the Great Lakes. The digital images from Stern’s Autumnal Tints were “performed into existence” by strapping a scanner to his body and walking along the Milwaukee lakefront. The solo exhibitions by these two innovative Milwaukee artists will be on view in the James Watrous Gallery from November 16, 2018, to January 27, 2019."

Rita Benissan

Would you love to see your work in one of the well known buildings on campus like the Financial aid office. Well they have a call for artist to submit their work. It will be displayed on the walls of the 9th Floor of 333 East Campus Mall from February 11 – May 3, 2019

The submission deadline is January 25th.

A student jury will award a $500 scholarship to the best entry and $250 scholarships to two runners-up (UW–Madison students only).
They are looking for works that are around the theme (These topics include but are not limited to:The Great Lakes Region, Bodies of Water, Pollution, Ecology, Climate Change, Invasive Species and Shipwrecks)


Rita Benissan

On our very own campus, the Wisconsin Union are open for proposal to showcase, they are currently accepting proposals for the 2019-2020 programming season (June 2019-May 2020). Applications are due Monday, January 14, 2019 by 11:59pm.

It is a student-run committee, and it is open to all current students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

The Link:

It is a great and very easy accessible place for students and faculty to come see your work on campus. With it being at the Union, there are always a good amount of people visiting the building and even the public.


AAP Magazine#5 Colors
Deadline: 10/31/18
Fee: $30/3 images $5/additional image

Our fifth printed issue of AAP Magazine will feature the best projects showcasing the theme "Colors". Life is a stream of colors. Red, blue, yellow, and all the possible combinations in between these primary colors without forgetting black and white surround us everywhere.

Send us your images - series preferably- both where colors may not just influence the pictures, but where it may also be the subject solely.

The contest is open to any color photography interpretation, from photojournalism, street photography, artistic photography, portrait, nude, landscapes, nature, wildlife, urban, architecture, fashion, fine art or documentary photography.

Winners will receive $1,000 in cash awards, their winning image(s) or full portfolio published in AAP Magazine#5, extensive press coverage and global recognition.


1st Place winner
Cash Prize: $500 (US Dollars).
Exclusive interview and winning image(s) or portfolio published in AAP Magazine, Volume 5: Colors
One free copy of AAP Magazine that will be for sale and distributed on
Winning work showcased on the online Winners Gallery of All About Photo

2nd Place Winner
Cash Prize: $300 (US Dollars).
Winning image(s) or portfolio in AAP Magazine, Volume 5: Colors
One free copy of AAP Magazine that will be for sale and distributed on
Winning work showcased on the online Winners Gallery of All About Photo

3rd Place Winner
Cash Prize: $200 (US Dollars).
Winning image(s) or portfolio published in AAP Magazine, Volume 5: Colors
One free copy of AAP Magazine that will be for sale and distributed on
Winning work showcased on the online Winners Gallery of All About Photo

Particular Merit Mention
The next twelve winners (ranked from 4 to 15) will have their best image(s) or portfolio published in AAP Magazine Vol.5.

Ciera A Lampshire


Deadline: November 19, 2018

Exhibition: January 10 - February 2, 2019

A self-portrait can be a mirror that reflects both how we see (by the creative choices we make) and how the world sees us (or how we want the world to see us). Unlike a casual “selfie,” which requires nothing more than the physical presence of the subject, a good self-portrait holds nuanced clues about who the subject truly is.

Let your self-portrait tell us something about you. All capture and processing methods are welcome.

We are very pleased that Aline Smithson will jury and curate this exhibition. She will select approximately 35 images for exhibition in the gallery, and 35 for our Online Gallery Annex. The recipients of the Juror’s Award and the Director’s Award will each be entitled to a personal portfolio review by Ms. Smithson.

Submissions: $35 for up to 5 images, $6 each additional image.

Ciera A Lampshire


Deadline: November 1st, 2018

Exhibition: January 25 - February 15, 2019

The Midwest Center for Photography Juried Exhibition is an annual subject-matter based exhibition for photographers to focus on getting out their best photographs from the various genres and compete for the awards.

Open to all photographers internationally.

Each photograph will be considered based upon the merit of individual images submitted by each photographer. Theme based entries are not necessary.

Selected artists will have their work featured in the exhibition and online. The Midwest Center for Photography Juried Exhibition gives $500 in Director's Choce Awards, $100 for each of the five categories:


Physical Exhibit | Through a Magnum Lens: Photographing the 1960s | June 11-September 14, 2018

The turbulence of the 1960s was made powerfully visible through the medium of documentary photography. Many of the iconic images we remember today were captured by members of Magnum, an international photographic cooperative. Commemorating the Madison Reunion and the 50th anniversary of 1968, the Kohler Art Library’s summer show selects some of the poignant moments that defined a decade. Photographers such as Philip Jones Griffiths and Mary Ellen Marks documented the political and economic turmoil that marked the decade: the Vietnam War and anti-war movement; the California Grape Strike led by Cesar Chavez; Civil Rights marches in Washington, D.C. and Selma, Alabama; student protests and strikes in Paris, France; and the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy, Senator Robert F. Kennedy, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Malcolm X. Cultural happenings such as Woodstock and the Hippie counterculture are also depicted.
On view are photobooks showcasing the work of the following Magnum photographers: Eve Arnold, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bruce Davidson, Elliott Erwitt, Paul Fusco, Leonard Freed, Philip Jones Griffiths, Elliott Landy, Mary Ellen Mark, Constantine Manos, Marc Riboud, W. Eugene Smith, and Dennis Stock.
This exhibit is mounted in conjunction with The Madison Reunion and is on view at the Kohler Art Library, June 11-September 14, 2018.

Reference Link:

Caitlin Shogren

Call for Entries | Theme: The Abstract Image
The Praxis Gallery | Photographic Arts Center in Minneapolis, MN seeks entries for an upcoming photography exhibition, June 1-27, 2018. A Juror's Choice, a Directors Choice and two Honorable Mentions will be awarded. Juror: Ross Anderson. All photographic styles, genres, capture types, black & white and color, traditional and non-traditional photographic and digital post-production processes are welcome for submission. $35 for 5 images, $5 each additional image. Deadline: May 11, 2018. More info. Contact: email or call 612-728-5520.

Tehan Ketema

Madison, WI – Artists of all kinds are encouraged to apply for 2018-2019 artist-in-residence and gallery opportunities through the Bubbler at Madison Public Library.

The Bubbler at Madison Public Library is a hub for creative expression amongst people of all ages through art creation and appreciation, engagement with new and old-school technology, and hands-on making. By hosting artists in a free, public space like the library, patrons have the opportunity to enjoy an eclectic variety of art in diverse mediums, making art more accessible to the public. In addition, artists have a platform to connect with a broader audience than they might reach in private galleries.

There are multiple ways artists can get involved. The artist-in-residence program helps provide opportunities for all to learn, share, and create at the library and throughout the community. Residencies last 1-2 months and hired residents receive compensation as well as a monthly stipend. Artists hoping to be considered for the artist-in-residence program must apply by May 7, 2018.

Artists may also apply to have their artwork displayed throughout Central Library in exhibition spaces on the first, second, or third floor. The deadline to apply for artist exhibitions is March 31, 2018.

Established and emerging artists alike are encouraged to apply. There are no parameters on the mediums one must work with to be considered. Tattoo designers, old-school printers, mural designers, coffin makers - the Bubbler welcomes artists working with any material.

For more information about the Bubbler’s Open Call for artists, visit By clicking this link, you will be leaving the City of Madison website..

The artist-in-residence program, connecting artists to the community and the community to artists, is funded by Scooter Software, Inc.



Type: Exhibition Opportunities [View all]
Posted by: Paul Robeson Galleries, Express Newark, Rutgers – The State University of New Jersey
Deadline: Fri, May 25th, 2018


Food may be experienced as a social, political, and bodily phenomenon. This exhibition explores food as both a source of inspiration and a medium for artwork. Themes of interest include food as a commodity; the relationship between food, death, sex, and the abject; food’s relationship to global economics and geo-politics; the food chain and the environmental impacts of food production; and food justice. The exhibition will include projects located outside the Main Gallery that will directly involve the local and university community, as well as a series of performances enacting the possibility for learning, conviviality, and meaningful exchange during the production and consumption of food. PRG is seeking proposals from artists whose work explores these issues.

Exhibition will be on display January - December 2019

Exhibition will be accompanied by a catalog

Proposals maybe completed online or via mail (postmarked May 25th)

A proposal should consist of: A resume with contact details, an artist statement, an image list and a CD with images in JPEG format. PLEASE DO NOT SEND ORIGINAL MATERIALS AS WE WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE AND THEY WILL NOT BE RETURNED. If you would like proof of receipt please enclose a stamped, self-addressed postcard.

Post to: Exhibitions Department, Paul Robeson Galleries, Express Newark, Rutgers – The State University of New Jersey, 54 Halsey Street, Newark, New Jersey 07102.

Online Applications:


Responsorial: The Second Sex and the Contemporary Dialectics of Misogyny

“ Woman will not accept her status as the inessential unless she becomes again the essential in the very act of abdication. “ -Simone De Beauvoir, The Second Sex

When we explore the feminine problem today how do we consider nature, creation, and perception with related histories and myths? How does the role women occupy in creation intersect with their existence as essential or inessential in other creative and intellectual realms ? Roland Barthes states in Camera Lucida that he was, “ Straining toward the essence of her identity, struggling among images partially true, and therefore totally false. “

The New Orleans Academy of Fine Arts invites submissions of artwork that explores themes of the multifaceted relationship between nature, femininity, and creation as informed by the contemporary social climate.

Please submit one image for consideration, an artist’s bio, and cv in a single email to by June 30. The exhibition will take place the first Saturday of September 2018. Artwork delivery by August 15. Artists are responsible for delivery and pick up of all artwork. Artists currently enrolled in school are not eligible to apply.

Carissa Heinrichs

"Borders, Boundaries and Limits"

Remarque/New Grounds Print Workshop (Albuquerque, NM)

Event Dates: 7/1/18 - 7/28/18
Entry Deadline: 4/30/18

Remarque/New Grounds Print Workshop & Gallery invites printmakers and photographers from around the world to submit work for our exhibition, “Borders, Boundaries and Limits” to be held at Remarque from July 1st – 28th, 2018.

The call
“Borders, Boundaries and Limits” is a call for hand-printed photographic imagery using “alternative processes”, such as: photogravure, photopolymer intaglio, cyanotype, gum bichromate, carbon, salt, lumen, anthotype, gumoil, etc; basically, any alternative to straight digital printing.

The theme of “Borders, Boundaries and Limits” can be widely interpreted...literally, figuratively, expressively, psychologically, visually, etc.
If you have any questions about the suitability of your process, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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