PRINTWORK 2013 is a national juried exhibition at Artists Image Resource in Pittsburgh.
The juror for our second annual juried exhibition is Tina Kukielski, the co-curator of the 2013 Carnegie International at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh.
$500 first place award in addition to other cash awards.
AIR Director Robert Beckman will choose one artist to be invited to have a solo exhibition at Artists Image Resource during the PRINTWORK 2014 exhibition.
Postmarked deadline for submission is Sept. 28 2013.
To download the official prospectus visit: http://artistsimageresource.wordpress.com/juried-exhibition-2/
Email and regular mail submissions accepted.
If you have questions or would like the prospectus emailed directly to you contact:
Associate Professor of Art
West Virginia University
All artists using Photography and/or Printmaking as critical components in their works can enter. Artists whose work pushes the boundaries of traditional photographic and printmaking practices are encouraged to enter.
October 31, 2013
Julia Dolan, Minor White Curator of Photography, Portland Art Museum
Bruce Guenther, Chief Curator, Mercedes Eichholz Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Portland Art Museum
Awards + Prizes
Three solo exhibitions at The Print Center to be held June-July 2014, Online exhibition, Philadelphia Museum of Art Purchase Award, Two-year contract from The Print Center Gallery Store, and up to $3,000 in purchase, cash and material prizes.
About the Competition
The Print Center’s Annual International Competition is one of the most prestigious and oldest competitions in the United States. The Print Center is particularly interested in highlighting local, national and international artists who utilize photography and printmaking in intriguing ways, both in content and process. Artists who use printmaking and/or photography as critical components of their work, or whose work pushes the boundaries of traditional photographic and printmaking practices, are encouraged to enter.
Your entry fee to the competition also includes a one-year Artist Level Membership to The Print Center.
Entries must be submitted online only. Click here to apply:www.printcenter.slideroom.com
Entry Fee - $45
Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover cards are accepted
All artists using photography and/or printmaking as critical components in their works can enter. Work submitted must have been completed in the last three years. Submitted works cannot have been exhibited within 50 miles of Philadelphia or in any prior exhibition at The Print Center. Up to five images may be submitted and only one submission per person.
Images: Up to 5 MB/each: jpg, png, gif
Videos: Up to 60 MB/each: mov, wmv, flv, mp4
You will be asked to label each uploaded file with Title, Date, Medium (e.g. etching, inkjet, gelatin silver, lithograph) and Size.
An online exhibition on The Print Center’s website will include the semi-finalists and all the images submitted by those artists, as well as biographical information and links to the artists’ own websites. Ten finalists will have more extensive information on the site, including additional images. Artists will be contacted by The Print Center for additional information and images.
Three artists will be selected from the ten finalists to receive solo exhibitions at The Print Center. Those artists will receive a $200 honorarium. Pending funding, especially for international artists, this amount may increase. Artists are responsible for delivering or shipping their work to and from The Print Center and all related costs, including framing when appropriate. The Print Center will install and de-install work.
Click here for a floor plan of The Print Center.
Julia Dolan is The Minor White Curator of Photography at the Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR, where she oversees the research, documentation and exhibition of the permanent collection of more than 7,000 photographs. She has worked with the photography collections at institutions including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA; Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, MA; Fogg Art Museum; Cambridge, MA; and the Palmer Museum of Art, University Park, PA. She has curated and co-curated numerous photography exhibitions including Transcending the Literal: Photographs by Ansel Adams from the Collection(2008)and Spectacle (2009)at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, as well as Likeness: Portraiture from the Photography Collection (2011), 70 Years/70 Photographs (2012), andSurface: Landscape Photography (2013)at the Portland Art Museum. Dolan is currently working on the exhibition The Question of Hope: Robert Adams in Western Oregon.
Bruce Guenther is the Chief Curator and the Robert and Mercedes Eichholz Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR. He has served also served as curator the Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL; and Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA. Recent exhibitions curated by Guenther have included the work of Mike Kelley, Bruce Nauman, Gerhard Richter and Cindy Sherman. He has written and lectured extensively on art of the last one hundred years and served as a juror for regional and national exhibitions and as a panelist for the GSA Art in Architecture Program.
Entry Deadline: October 31, 2013
Notification (by email): January 31, 2014
Solo Exhibitions: June – July 2014
Online Exhibition Dates: June – December 2014
The Print Center will facilitate sales for the solo and online exhibitions of the Competition. The Print Center will receive a 50% commission on works sold. A pricelist will be made available in the gallery. The Print Center will pay the artist’s commission within 90 days of the close of the sale. Payment will be made by check and will include a statement listing work sold and the purchaser (if available).
The Print Center is not responsible for damage to work during shipping or delivery, although care in handling onsite can be assured. Works will be insured against fire and theft while on The Print Center’s premises.
The Print Center’s mission is to support printmaking and photography as vital contemporary arts and to encourage the appreciation of the printed image in all its forms. The Print Center presents a variety of programs for the public including exhibitions; an extensive series of education programs and special events; the longest running annual international competition for prints and photographs in the country; and The Print Center Gallery Store, which offers the largest and most diverse selection of contemporary prints and photographs in Philadelphia.
Please direct questions relating to the competition to: email@example.com
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Pushing Boundaries – Expanding Horizons:
Emerging Artists Competition and Exhibition
JANUARY 27 – FEBRUARY 22, 2014
Call for Entries ApplicationDownloadable & printable application
The Janet Turner Print Museum seeks artists who push the boundaries of traditional printmaking in unique and innovative ways including using combinations of media. Creative works that reference and expand printmaking’s traditions are encouraged. Print images, objects and related print works that can encompass 2D, 3D, book arts, printed ephemera, time-based work, and installations are eligible. Critical elements include a well-developed aesthetic including contemporary issues and their expression in content.
Any artist working in and expanding printmaking as an art form is eligible to submit work. All submissions must have been created within the last two years.
Anne Collin s Goodyear, Co-Director, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Maine; President, College Art Association; and former Associate Curator of Prints and Drawings, The National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution.
“Contemporary art practice presents many new opportunities to rethink the nature of the medium and its boundaries. Printmaking lends itself to experimentation and a reconsideration of traditional boundaries. What makes a print a print? I look forward to reviewing artwork that explores this question while demonstrating excellence in craftsmanship and innovative thinking about new potentials for the fine art print.”
$25.00 for each individual artwork entry. Diptych, triptych, etc. considered one entry.
ENTRY FORMAT for Juror and Catalog
Submit entries on a CD or USB flash drive. More than one entry may be submitted on same CD or drive. Externally mark CD or flash drive with your name. Each entry file must be labeled with the artist’s last name and entry number (e.g., Turner_1.jpg, Turner_2.jpg). Images must be submitted in digital format (jpeg preferred). Files must be 300 dpi and sized at approximately 6 x 8 inches in preparation for our catalog.
Please also submit, in addition to entry form, an image list that includes your full name, contact information, artwork title, year, technique and/or materials for each entry, as you would like it to appear in the catalog. For artworks submitted in a format other than CD or USB flash drive, please call or e-mail for consultation.
A completed hard copy entry form, including a working e-mail address and entry fee, must accompany each entry. Entry denotes acceptance of competition guidelines and the use of image for educational and publicity purposes. SASE required for submission return. Most communication for this competition will be done by e-mail.
Best in Show Friends Prize: Solo exhibition at the Janet Turner Print Museum in 2015. Additional cash prizes up to $2,000.00.
There will be an opening reception, awards announcement, and juror presentation. Dates and times will be announced and open to the public. A hard copy catalog will be produced, available on the Turner website through Blurb. The entire exhibition will be viewable as a slide show on the Turner website.
The exhibition will be in two locations on the CSU, Chico campus: Janet Turner Print Museum and University Art Gallery.
Entries must be postmarked by September 30, 2013. Please, no late or incomplete entries.
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTED ARTISTS
All entrants will be notified by e-mail of selected artists by November 7, 2013. Selected artists will also be notified separately by e-mail with exhibition details for shipping, presentation, installation and artist’s background material (artist statement, biography, and curriculum vitae).
All shipping costs and insurance while in transit are at the artist’s expense. Works appropriate for framing should be framed with Plexiglas.
MAIL ENTRIES TO:
The Janet Turner Print Museum CSU, Chico 400 W. 1st St. Chico, CA 95929-0820
QUESTIONS? Contact Catherine Sullivan, Curator, Janet Turner Print Museum / Competition Exhibition Director at 530-898-4476 or email@example.com
DEADLINE: AUGUST 30, 2013
ENTRY DEADLINE EXTENDED TO AUGUST 30, 2013
The deadline for entries has been extended to August 30th. Entries are accepted through Call for Entry.org. MFA students, emerging, mid-career, established, national and international artists are eligible. All mediums are eligible. $40.00 Fee.
DEADLINE AUGUST 30, 2013 - $16000 in Awards
Santo Foundation Individual Artist Grants
To celebrate our 5th Anniversary The Santo Foundation will be awarding five Individual Artist Awards. Our distinguished juror is Marilu Knode, Executive Director of Laumeier International Sculpture Park. She will award three individual artists $5000.00 each. In addition we are introducing the Artists Choose Artists Award. Internationally acclaimed artist and critical writer Buzz Spector will award two individual artists $500.00 each. Please see our call listed in Call for Entry.org. Entries are only accepted on callforentry.org. MFA students, emerging, mid-career and established artists are eligible. All art mediums/categories are eligible. National/International candidates are eligible. Deadline is August 30, 2013. $40.00 Fee.
The announcement of award winners will be October 1st 2013
The Watkins Community Museum and the Lawrence Percolator invite the community to participate in a collaborative exhibition marking the 150th anniversary of Quantrill’s Raid in August 2013. The raid’s lasting effects on the city remain a topic of discussion, though generations have passed. These exhibits aim to remember the victims of the raid and show appreciation for those who made it their mission to rebuild following the city’s destruction. Artists of all ages and experience are invited to submit works responding to the question:
What does Quantrill’s Raid mean to you today?
To delve deeper into the legacy of Quantrill’s raid, artists may consider responding to one of the following questions.
Works will be displayed at the Watkins and the Percolator from early August through October. Exact dates will vary between the two locations. All artistic media are welcome for submission. Please contact the exhibit coordinator if your work is live performance or requires electrical access.
To submit works, contact Abby Pierron at the Watkins Museum, 785-841-4109 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Works will be accepted at the Watkins Museum and the Percolator in late July and early August.
DEADLINE: MARCH 2, 2013
Below is the email text from Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts:
The Bemis Center is pleased to announce a call for artists for Typecast | Recast, a public art exhibition presented by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) - Plains States Region. ADL will commission between 6 and 10 artists to produce temporary site-specific works for North 12th Street in downtown Omaha between Mike Fahey and Douglas streets, with individual commissions ranging from $5,000 to $8,500.
ADL and the Bemis Center believe Typecast | Recast will catalyze conversation and learning around contemporary art to improve the culture of our community. This exhibition will activate and amplify the urban conditions of a seven-block stretch of downtown Omaha, Nebraska through innovative and adventurous temporary public artworks.
We are seeking qualifications from artists who have experience working in the public realm, as well as from artists for whom the project would represent an expansion of their practice. Artists will be selected through a two-part process. Artists are invited to submit their qualifications and interest by March 2nd. A short list of artists will then be invited to present proposals to a selection panel, and the public in early April. The exhibition will open in September, 2013 and run through July, 2014.
For more information about this exhibition and to submit your qualifications, see typecastrecast.org
DEADLINE: 4PM, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2013
The exhibition will be juried by Porter Arneill, who serves as the Director/Public Art Administrator for the Kansas City, Missouri Municipal Art Commission.
Deadline for entries is 4 p.m. Friday, February 22, 2013. Eight artists’ works will be selected and each will receive a $1200 honorarium and publication in the exhibition brochure.
The sculptures will be on display for one year in downtown Lawrence. In order to highlight the work of local sculptors, this year’s exhibition entries will be limited to artists residing within a 15-mile radius of Lawrence. All work must be free standing, of sound design, and suitable for long-term outdoor public display without external support. Competition is open to artists 18 and older. All entries must be original work.
For more information, additional requirements, and to submit an entry, please visit lawrenceks.org/advisory_boards/lac/publicart/sculpture.
The exhibition opens Saturday, June 15, 2013 and closes in April 2014. The exhibition opening tour and reception is tentatively scheduled for 5:30-8:30 p.m. on Saturday June 15.
CURRENT DEADLINE: DECEMBER 31, 2012, MIDNIGHT EST
Juror: Dina Deitsch, Senior Curator, deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA
Apply Online! Entry is free!
(*Accepted artists will be responsible for a $235 production and distribution fee.)
Studio Visit is a series of juried artist books produced by the publishers of New American Paintings. We are pleased to offer artists an effective venue through which to introduce their work to a serious national audience of art world professionals. The publication presents all two- and three- dimensional media. This includes mixed media, painting, drawing, photography, and sculpture.
Selected artists will be featured in volumes 21 & 22 of Studio Visit which will be released in Spring of 2013.
Each high quality volume of Studio Visit features approximately 150 artists, who have been selected by professional curators. Selected artists will be given one full-color page that includes an image, contact information and a brief artist statement.
On behalf of a public art initiative for the city of Warrensburg, Missouri, the Warrensburg Arts Commission (WAC) seeks a two-dimensional design for a 10-foot diameter etched concrete circle that will be permanently installed in the sidewalk on Pine Street in historic downtown Warrensburg.
During the last ten years, almost one million dollars has been invested to improve the aesthetics and infrastructure in Warrensburg’s downtown district. Improvements include the street surfaces; new 8’ wide concrete sidewalks with 2’ wide brick pavers on the outside edge of the sidewalks; and upgraded electrical, sewer, storm water, landscaping, signage, water, gas, cable, and phone services.
In the center of the Arts and Entertainment District of Pine Street in downtown Warrensburg, a 10-foot diameter concrete circle will be laid in the sidewalk on the north side of Pine Street. A professional concrete etching company will reproduce the winning design on the circle. Please see the architectural rendering of the site on our Facebook page.
There is no pre-determined theme for artwork, but WAC suggests that the content reflect the vibrancy of downtown, the beauty of the region, and the energy of the Arts and Entertainment District. Whether your design is abstract or representational, we encourage you to create a design unaccompanied by a dog, bomber, or mule. Please see a selection of example images on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/groups/504736136206326) or at www.burgarts.com.
An honorarium of $500 will be awarded for the chosen design. WAC and the City of Warrensburg shall also have the option of making no selection. In this event, a new selection process may be initiated or the project abandoned. The award funds are made available through the WAC and the City of Warrensburg.
The design for the circle becomes property of the City of Warrensburg. The artist shall retain copyright to the work and will grant WAC and the City of Warrensburg a license to display the work and create and distribute reproductions of the work, including digital and photographic images for archival and promotional purposes.
This is an open competition for non-professional and professional artists. There is no entry fee to submit your work. A team of artists is welcome to apply, and multiple applications are allowed. The Warrensburg Arts Commission and the City of Warrensburg selected design will be based on creativity, appropriateness, and practicality for implementation.
METHODS OF SUBMISSION
Email: Submissions may be emailed with a maximum of 3 entries per artist. Emailed submissions must be in JPEG format and less than 1.5 Megabytes each. To submit entries via email, compose a message with the subject: “WAC Circle Entry.” In the body of the email, type your name, mailing address, and telephone number. Attach up to three images, with each attachment titled with your last name, first name and the entry number. Example: “SmithLaura1.”
Email entries to: email@example.com
Mail: Mailed design submissions should be on paper no larger than 16 x 20 inches.
Mailed entries should be sent to:
Warrensburg Arts Commission
102-A South Holden
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Alternate Methods as may be mutually agreed and announced.
The deadline for submitting applications is April 5, 2013. Mailed submissions must be received by 5 p.m. on April 5. Emailed submissions must be received by midnight (Central Time) on April 5.
OTHER MATERIALS TO SUBMIT
An artist statement/description to explain the intent for the design may be submitted, but it is not a requirement.
Questions about the project may be directed to the Warrensburg Arts Commission via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications due: April 5, 2013
Notification of selected design by June 1, 2013
Implementation: Summer 2013
The Carnegie Center for Art & History and the New Albany Urban Enterprise Association are accepting proposals from artists for the 2013 New Albany Public Art Project: Bicentennial Series. The submission deadline is January 3, 2013!
Each selected artist or artist team will receive an honorarium of $4,000. Three artists or teams will be selected from the proposals to create outdoor artworks that will be installed in the Spring of 2013 to remain on view for two years.
Each selected artwork will interpret one of the following historic themes: Clubs & Organizations, Culinary Arts, Museums & History, Performing Arts & Entertainment or Visual Arts & Artists. Attention must be paid to this aspect of the project, as interpretation of the chosen theme and historical appropriateness will be a factor in the selection process. While artists must interpret the theme in a way that is accurate to that history, we are not looking for literal displays of the theme, but rather unique and innovative interpretations of one or more aspects of the theme.
Full details and images relating to these themes can be found on the project website: www.napublicart.org
and additional images are on the project Facebook page: www.facebook.com/napublicart
Download the Call for Artists for information on the sites and submission details at: http://www.napublicart.org/forartists.php