College Artist Residency 2015: Boston, MA, USA

Emmanuel College Call for Artists
Deadline: February, 2015

Disciplines: Activism, Ceramics, Photography, Printmaking, Visual Arts.
Location: Boston, MA
Costs / Support: $1000 stipend – up to an addition $1000 reimbersed for travel costs

The Emmanuel College Art Department offers an eight-week artists residency to four artists each summer. The residency supports a diverse group of artists, providing time and space for established and emerging artists to develop their work.

To learn more click here.

International Call To Artists: Edmonton, AB

Edmonton Public Art Call

INTERNATIONAL CALL TO ARTISTS (RFQ) Rogers Place Arena – Northwest PlazaSculpture
The Rogers Place Arena Northwest Plaza Sculpture public art competition is open to professional international artists, and is held in accordance with the City of Edmonton policy “Percent for Art to Provide and Encourage Art in Public Areas” (C458C).

Budget: $500,000.00 CAD (maximum, all inclusive)
Deadline for Submissions: 4:30 pm on Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Installation: August 2016

The Edmonton Arts Council and the City of Edmonton invite artists to address any questions by e-mail to: rharpin@edmontonarts.ca by Friday, December 5, 2014, 5:00 pm
All questions will be answered and posted by Friday, December 12, 2014 online
To view larger files of the images provided in this call, please email rharpin@edmontonarts.ca
Thank you to all artist for their interest and submissions to this call.

Click Here to download the full Call

Call For Submissions: Edmonton, AB

Call for Submissions : Alberta Jubilee Auditoria Society , Friends of the Alberta Jubilee Auditoria Society

The Friends of the Alberta Jubilee Auditoria Society are pleased to announce a call for submissions: if you are an artist interested in showing your work in the Alcove Gallery or the Jubilee Gallery (Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium); Kaasa Gallery or the NEW Alcove Gallery (Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium) please complete a submission according to the guidelines.
These exhibitions are open to the public pre-show, during intermission, during functions and community programs. The audience potential is great – upwards of 250,000 per building per year.

The organization is committed to providing an opportunity to emerging, mid-career and established artists and arts organizations that have a connection to Alberta.

Deadline for submissions: December 1, 2014

For more information or how to apply, click here.

Call For Submissions: St Albert, Alberta

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Call for Submissions, 2015 “Women Portraying Women”

The Visual Arts Studio Association of St. Albert (VASA) and Beverley Bunker Call for Submissions, 2015
“Women Portraying Women”
Extension of submission deadline to March 1, 2015.

VASA, in cooperation with Beverley Bunker, is soliciting submissions for a visual art exhibition for June 2015 from professional and emerging artists in the Edmonton region of Alberta. In order to allow more artists to develop or complete their art work, the deadline for submissions has been extended to March 1, 2015.

This is a group show to offer an opportunity for women figurative artists to showcase their expressions of women only experiencing everyday life, expressed as portraiture, female form (nude) studies, narratives, etc., in visual form.

VASA follows the concept of visual fine art as defined by the Canada Council for Arts that could include the following mediums: drawings, hand pulled prints, paintings in any medium, free standing or hanging sculpture in any medium, assemblage pieces, photography, and textiles. Selection of art work will be based solely on the submission.

The submission must include:
• curriculum vitae
• a short biography
• artist’s statement for the proposed pieces
• up to 3 images of representative pieces of art work
• a list of the included images to be considered, including the year created, size, medium, and price.

Only female artists will be considered and all artwork must be of women. The concept of this show is, by it’s very nature, restrictive. It is not the usual policy of VASA to be restrictive, however, in this case the intent is to show how women perceive themselves.

VASA’s Main Space Gallery is unique; it is surrounded by artist’s studios that are open to visitors 5 days a week. The Gallery provides over 1100 square feet of display space that is very flexible in configuration. It can hold up to 20 large size paintings (~40″ wide), and up to 50 mixed size pieces. The largest we can hang is 6′ x 8′. VASA can handle sculptural pieces up to 6 ft high and 40 kg in weight.

Submissions will be evaluated by a jury selected by Beverley Bunker and VASA from the local arts community. Jury selections are final.

The show will run for approximately the month of June, 2015. VASA uses a variable commission structure.

Documents must be in Word format. Images must be in a .jpg format and attached to the submission email. For ease of use by VASA they must not be embedded in a document. Each image is not to exceed 1 Mb in size.

Submissions must be sent electronically to submissions@vasa-art.com.

Submissions that are accepted will be retained for up to 1 year after the show.

All pieces must be ready to display with hanging or support systems installed/provided.

The artist is responsible for delivery of all art pieces to VASA and for prompt pickup of all pieces as VASA does not have room for storage of art work.

Karen Lee’s WHITE, Blue Curve Gallery, Edmonton

Karen Lee is presenting her first solo exhibition WHITE“. The series explores the graphic elements and atmospheric qualities of the winter season: a season not to be dreaded but to be embraced. The show and sale runs until December 31, 2014 at the Blue Curve Gallery, Main Floor Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital. Open daily from 10am till 8pm. For more info call 780-735-7999. or 403-949-4991. (The Glenrose is located 10230 11 Avenue Northwest, Edmonton)”

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National Call To Artist: Edmonton, AB

Edmonton Public Art Call

NATIONAL CALL TO ARTISTS: Rogers Place Arena – Community Rink, Sculpture in the Landscape

The Sculpture in the Landscape public art competition is a National Call open to all professional artists residing in Canada and is held in accordance with the City of Edmonton policy “Percent for Art to Provide and Encourage Art in Public Areas” (C458C).

Budget: $300,000.00 CAD (maximum, all inclusive)

Deadline for Submissions: 4:30 pm on Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Installation: August 2016

The EAC and the City of Edmonton invite artists to address any questions by e-mail to abowes@edmontonarts.ca by Friday, December 5, 2014, 5:00 pm
All questions will be answered and posted by Friday, December 12, 2014 online.
To view larger files of the images provided in this call, please email abowes@edmontonarts.ca
Thank you to all artist for their interest and submissions to this call.
Click Here to download the full Call

Local Call To Artists: Edmonton, AB

Edmonton Public Art Call

Rogers Place Arena: Community Rink Entrance (RFQ)

The Community Rink Entrance public art competition, is open to all professional artists residing in the greater Edmonton region and is held in accordance with the City of Edmonton policy “Percent for Art to Provide and Encourage Art in Public Areas” (C458C).

Budget: $100,000 (maximum, all inclusive)

Deadline for Submissions: 4:30 pm on Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Installation: May – July 2016

An INFORMATION SESSION will be held: Tuesday, December 2, 2015, 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Kinross Room – Prince of Wales Armouries, 10440 108 Avenue, Edmonton, AB
RSVP is required – please email abowes@edmontonarts.ca
City of Edmonton & EAC Public Art personnel will outline the specifics of the project and
requirements.

Notes from the meeting will be available online after December 9, 2014.
For more information, email the Edmonton Arts Council or call 780.424.2787
To view larger files of the images provided in this call, please email abowes@edmontonarts.ca
Thank you to all artist for their interest and submissions to this call.
Click Here to download the full Call

Micro-Residency Program, CultureHub, New York, USA

Micro-Residency Program, CultureHub, New York Deadline: December 12, 2014

The micro-residency program supports artists and technologists interested in experimenting in a fully reconfigurable studio environment. Up to two individuals will be selected for one-week micro-residencies taking place in February 2015 at CultureHub. The program seeks to incubate new artistic projects and investigate creative implementation of technology. Residents will have the opportunity to present their work during CultureHub’s Fall 2015 season.

In addition to a stipend and workspace, residents will receive technical and materials support. Residents will have full use of  studio space, theatrical lighting and grid, AV equipment, and assistance from CultureHub technicians.

Requirements:
To apply to please submit a copy of your resumé or CV, links to portfolio or work samples, a proposal of no more than 500 words, and a short biography. The application deadline is December 12th, 2014.

For more information and a full list of available resources please contact residency@culturehub.org or visit http://www.culturehub.org/residency/
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Projection Mapping Residency: Alys Beach, Flordia, USA

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Projection Mapping Residency, Alys Beach, Florida
Deadline: December 1, 2014

Digital Graffiti 2015 invites artists, designers, photographers, and architects to apply for a seven day work intensive at Alys Beach, January 14-21, 2015, to produce a site specific work in projection mapping. Participants are given the time and space needed to develop their project, to discover new facets of their work as well as those found at Alys Beach.

To apply
This call goes out to those practicing projection mapping. The general call for DG2015 is now up and accepting submissions.

Going into its eighth year, Digital Graffiti has refined its offerings to include experimental cinema, animated shorts, generative and procedural art. This year we want to expand the use of projection mapping and invite four creators to choose a site at Alys Beach to map and texture one of many different structures with their style and intention.

Alys Beach will provide accommodations (7 nights in a shared villa), honorarium ($500/creator), ground transportation to/from airport, and projection hardware, to experiment and produce a work to premiere at DG2015, June 4-6.

Creators will be responsible for transportation to the Panama City Beach area, and any computers and software they require.

To apply, fill out the application here, or visit digitalgraffiti.com for more information about the festival.

Call For Submissions: Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto

 

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 Nicole Little

Art in Transit is now accepting submissions for Sketching the Line, returning for its second year to screens in Spring 2015! Sketching the Line is a public exhibition that showcases the work of Canadian and international artists who explore the inspiring and creative potential of their daily commute.
Submit your sketches for a chance to participate in the upcoming exhibition. Selected works will be featured on PATTISON Onestop screens in the Toronto transit system, Edmonton transit system and the Calgary Airport, reaching well over one million travellers each day. An honorarium will be awarded to all participating artists.

Deadline January 31,2015

All drawings and sketches must have been created while on public transit.

See here for submission requirements.