Art In City Hall is issuing a call for artists for the upcoming exhibition focused on recent graduates of art colleges from the Philadelphia region. Recognizing the Philadelphia region for its large number of quality art programs, the next exhibition aims to highlight the next crop of emerging artists soon to impact Philadelphia’s vibrant visual arts scene.
Philadelphia Sculptors is seeking artists interested in giving an artistic spin to the sport of bowling. Artists will be provided with one or more wooden bowling pins to adapt into sculptures. Selected sculptures will be exhibited at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia from June 17 – 22, 2013 and then auctioned off to benefit Philadelphia Sculptors. Artists will receive 30% of the proceeds from sold works and one artist will receive a “Best in Show” award of $100.
A national juried show of handmade artist books-- editions or one-of-a-kind--sculptural, traditionally bound, book objects, altered books and broadsides are encouraged.
This show is open to a wide interpretation of the theme – tell a story or expose hidden layers; reveal emotions or make us laugh – truth or fiction. You choose!
Twitter Art Exhibit: Los Angeles is the third installment of an open international exhibition of handmade postcard art for charity, donated by hundreds of participating artists from around the globe.
A talk with Yaddo President Elaina Richardson.
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation recently awarded Yaddo a major grant to fund residencies for artists from their eight key cities, including Akron. This presentation for our local artists is part of a national effort by Yaddo to identify and recruit eight of the highest-level talented artists from those cities, with special efforts dedicated to underrepresented communities and emerging art forms.
cWOW's annual Metro Show is one of the oldest and most respected juried small works exhibitions in the metro region. "Metro" originally referred to our tradition of moving the show by rail to its many host cities. Today, we use all forms of transportation, while maintaining our original commitment to bring challenging contemporary art into people's everyday lives.
Metro 29 | OPEN CALL
Eligibility | OPEN TO ALL ARTISTS
Any media, style or subject. Unselected entries from previous Metro Shows are eligible for re-entry
From Seneca Falls to Philadelphia: Fourth of July 1876 and the Women of the Centennial. As part of Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts 2013, the Athenaeum of Philadelphia and Philadelphia Center for the Book are seeking artists, through the medium of the book, to explore and respond to prints and books in the Athenaeum's extensive collection regarding the Centennial, Susan B. Anthony, Women's Suffrage, and the 1876 4th of July.
SMALL WORKS NYC
A Juried Exhibition Sept 23 - Nov 3, 2012
Submission Deadline: Sept 3, 2012
Opening Reception: Sept 23, 2012...5-7pm
Small work allows the experience of getting up close and personal with the artwork. The size of the artwork forces one to go in and really look. "Smaller beckons: get close, touch, relate - they inspire a reduction of the psychic distance between one thing and another; between people and things"
- from the book and philosophy: "Wabi Sabi"
Deadline: August 20, 2012
Exhibition Dates: October 5-27, 2012
Projects Gallery and Philadelphia's Brandywine Wokshop are partnering to present a juried exhibition that will draw attention to the breadth and depth of printmaking utilizing innovative, new approaches. Artists are invited to submit examples of contemporary printmaking for review by an expert jury.
dates (August 8th, 15th, 22nd)