THE SCULPTURE CENTER'S ANNUAL CALLS FOR ARTISTS
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W2S CALL FOR ARTISTS
WINDOW TO SCULPTURE EMERGING ARTIST SERIES
W2S 2016 CALL FOR ARTISTS CLOSES FEBRUARY 15, 2015 @ MIDNIGHT
This is an opportunity for a solo exhibition of approx. 8 weeks during the period of January - May 2016. Artists are selected by The Sculpture Center's Exhibition Committee.
The Sculpture Center will be seeking applicants for its 2016 WINDOW TO SCULPTURE EMERGING ARTIST SERIES with an open Call for Artists. Through the W2S Series, begun in 1991, The Sculpture Center fosters and promotes the careers of exceptional sculptors during the first ten years of their profession. 4-6 artists creating sculpture and works of installation, relational aesthetics, expanded media and performance are chosen annually for one-person exhibitions in either the Main or Euclid Avenue Gallery with a full color brochure.
Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, western Pennsylvania (the western half of the state), western New York (Rochester and west) and Ontario, Canada
THE EARLY CAREER ARTIST
The sculpture, installation or expanded media artist must have a connection to the region by birth, residency or schooling, but does not need to be currently residing in the region. By the application deadline (February 15, 2015), the sculptor must have completed his/her schooling, apprenticeship or period of equivalent self-taught experience and be no more than ten years into h/her career. Submitted images should be of sculpture, installation or other expanded media that indicates current work and may include a specific proposal for the W2S exhibition. The W2S artworks or installations may not have been previously exhibited in northeastern Ohio. The creation of a new or further developed body of work for the W2S series is encouraged and preferable.
Sunday, February 15, 2015 @ midnight
The application can only be made online with PDS as specified and JPEGs no larger than size specified. The application payment must be mailed to The Sculpture Center with the application form, to be received no later than Friday, February 20.
FULL APPLICATION GUIDELINES AND APPLICATION FORM HERE
ENTER W2S 2016 CALL FOR ARTISTS HERE
Email Ann Albano, Executive Director + Chief Curator, aalbano at sculpturecenter.org or call 216.229.6527. All potential applicants are welcomed to visit before applying.
2012 W2S artist Sarah Paul's installation, Little Miss Cleveland and the Flaming Sunset
AFTER THE PEDESTAL
Through an occasional open call for artists, The Sculpture Center invites sculpture, installation and expanded media artists working in our region (Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, western Pennsylvania, western New York and Ontario, Canada) to submit work for a juried exhibition of smaller sculpture.
The next iteration of After the Pedestal, Small Sculptures from the Region, with sculptures selected by guest juror Johnny Coleman, will be on view in Summer 2015. Mr. Coleman is a prominent sound and installation artist who currently works as a Professor of Art and African American Studies at Oberlin College.
Call for Artists for After the Pedestal
Opens in mid January
Closes March 22, 2015, at midnight
Notified no later than the end of April, 2015
Entry Fee: $35
As this is an exhibition of small sculptures we ask that participants submit work with dimensions that, when added together, are no larger than 3 x 3 x 3 ft.
Sign up for our email list to get a notice when the call opens or return to this page in mid October.
More about After The Pedestal
Past curators for After the Pedestal have been Second Generation Ab Ex sculptor Richard Hunt (2005), designer and artist Viktor Schrekengost (2006), sculptor and urban activist Don Harvey (2007), painter and Chair of the Visual Arts Division, Columbia University, New York, Gregory Amenoff (2008), the Cleveland Museum of Art's Curator of Contemporary Art Paola Morsiani (2009), Executive Director of Carnegie Mellon University's Miller Gallery Astria Suparak (2010), and Judd Foundation (New York and Texas) Executive Director Barbara Hunt McClanahan (2011). Images from past exhibitions can be found in the Exhibition section of our website.
The Sculpture Center is happy to post other organizations' calls for artists. Calls that have a sculpture component, loosely defined, will be listed. Please format entries with a 3-5 sentence summary including deadlines and a hyperlink to the full call on your website. See entries below for examples. Formatted calls should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated 12/25/2014
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Ohio Statehouse Holocaust Memorial Commission Announcement
The Ohio Arts Council and the Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board invite Ohio and national artists to submit images of past work for consideration for a new commissioned Ohio Statehouse Holocaust Memorial to be located on the grounds of the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio. Examples of past work must show evidence of public artwork that primarily consists of outdoor sculpture commissions with a budget of $200,000 or higher, and must have been completed in the last ten years. From the submissions, a group of semi-finalists will be selected to submit proposals for the Memorial.
More Information, visit their website.
B. AGL has opened applications for their 2015 Independent Art Fair. The fair takes place at the Postbahnhof (near Ostbahnhof), and is open to a broad range of media, including art and musical performance. New and experienced artists are all welcome to apply. The fair will begin April 30 and end May 3. Innovation in style and originality are emphasized at this fair. All participating artists will be published in the fair catalogue.
For more information: http://art-fair-berlin.com/For_Exhibitors/
Deadline: January 15, 2015
The theme for the Arc Gallery's 2015 juried exhibition is Fusion. Artists of all different mediums, sculpture, painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, ceramics assemblage, collage, mixed media, fiber art, and bookmaking, residing in the United States are encouraged to submit work that best expresses the concept of fusion. A fee of $35 will be charged per entry. Any entry should consist of one to three submissions of pieces or images. A maximum of two entries per person is allowed. The show will be juried by Olivia Ongpin of Luna Rienne Gallery, San Francisco, CA. A Juror's Award ribbon and certificate will be presented to three works that express the most imaginative interpretation of the theme.
Exhibition dates: May 2, 2015 – June 20, 2015
For more information: http://www.arc-sf.com/fusion.html
Deadline: February 22, 2015, 12:00 AM (in you time zone)
WCA's International Caucus and its UN Program invite individuals of all genders and ages as well as classrooms and organizations to create altered or hand-made postcards on the theme of 'Women Do It!'. We are looking for work that reflects noteworthy achievements by women or incorporates female individuals that have made an impact on yourself and the community. Any material that can travel through the mail may be used to construct the postcards.
For more information visit http://wcainternationalcaucus.weebly.com/women-do-it-postcard-exhibition-2014-and-beyond.html
Deadline: February 10, 2015
The 8th annual open call to the Hamiltonian Artists Fellowship is now open. This two-year program serves as a steppingstone for the next generation of contemporary artists in Washington, DC. Those selected will receive solo and group exhibitions in the Hamiltonian Gallery space, mentorship from art professionals, exhibition support, access to career resources, gallery representation, and community engagement and outreach opportunities. All interested artists who have not had prior gallery representation are encouraged to apply for this competitive program. Artists from around the nation are eligible to apply and should please consider that strong participatory nature of this fellowship.
For more information visit www.hamiltonianartists.org/apply
Deadline: Monday, March 2 2015 at 6:00pm
The Frieze Artist Award is a major opportunity for artists to present ambitious, site-specific work at Frieze London. This Award is open to UK and international artists between 25-40 years of age. Applicants are invited to propose a new work to be realized at Frieze London 2015 as part of our critically acclaimed Frieze Projects program, produced under the guidance of curator Nicola Lees and the Frieze Projects team. The Award will include a budget of up to £20,000 for production, research and development, artist fees and travel expenses.
For more information visit http://www.friezeprojects.org/faa-award
Deadline: 10 February, 2015
WOMEN DO IT!
CALL FOR POSTCARDS
WCA's International Caucus and its UN Program invite individual ARTISTS, MAIL ARTISTS, STUDENTS, CHILDREN, ACTIVISTS, CONCERNED INDIVIDUALS of all genders and ages as well as classrooms and organizations to create altered or hand-made postcards on the theme of 'Women Do It!'.
"Women Do It!" supports both the UN Women's #HeForShe campaign and the upcoming 2015 Commission on the Status of Women's Beijing+20 Conference in their efforts toward advancing women's rights and gender equality in society, economics and politics. All funds raised will go to pay for online processing, installation and shipping of this exhibition to the multiple venues, with net proceeds supporting future International Caucus projects at the United Nations and other international collaborations.
Altered postcards and hand-made postcards 4 x 6 inches in size. Any material that can travel through the mail may be used to construct the postcards. Postcards must be stamped and mailed, preferably without an envelope, through the postal system.
Show is non-juried and open to people of all genders and ages. All theme-related hand-made postcards will be accepted; postcards will not be returned. We welcome classroom participation! Teachers and educators: if you wish to submit a large number of postcards made by your students, please email mrpotani[at]gmail.com for special instructions.
February 10, 2015
TO ENTER, PLEASE GO TO:
Chair, International Caucus of the
Women's Caucus for Art
Director, Half the Sky: Intersections in Social Practice Art -
an art-based cultural exchange in Shenyang, China in April 2014
Montana Regional Coordinator for The Feminist Art Project (TFAP)
Hamiltonian Artists encourages all interested artists who have not had prior gallery representation to apply for this competitive, two-year fellowship program. Artists from around the nation are eligible to apply, please should consider that strong participatory nature of the fellowship program.
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2015-2017
The 8th annual open call to the Hamiltonian Artists Fellowship is now open. Advancing the professional development of emerging visual artists, the two-year program serves as a steppingstone for the next generation of contemporary artists in Washington, DC.
What will you receive as a Hamiltonian Fellow?
- Solo and Group Exhibitions in the Hamiltonian Gallery space
- Mentorship from established artists and art professionals
- Exhibition support and peer critiques
- Access to professional development lectures and career resources
- Annual $1,000 stipend
- Gallery representation by Hamiltonian Gallery
- Community engagement and outreach opportunities
Please visit www.hamiltonianartists.org/apply for all information on application guidelines and forms, fellowship requirements and a description of our selection process.
Deadline: Monday, March 2, 2015 at 6:00pm
All incomplete applications and applications that are postmarked after this date will not be considered.
For additional questions, please call 202-332-1116 or contact us via email at email@example.com.
The Vermont Studio Center offers 2- to 12-week studio residencies for 50+ artists and writers per month (24 painters/ mixed-media, 12 sculptors/mixed-media, 2 printmakers, 2 photographers, and 16 writers). Each resident will receive a private studio space appropriate to the medium (open 24 hours a day), opportunities to share work: open studio evenings, slide presentations, and readings. There are three annual fellowships available for artists to apply to.
For more information: vermontstudiocenter.org/residencies/
Deadlines: February 15, June 15, October 1, 2014
There are no Job Posting Calls at this time.
SPACES exhibition series
SPACES strongly encourages experimental, site-specific works that challenge the artist and interact with the public. The series features emerging and student artists and continuously reviews applications year round.
The Community Partnership for Arts and Culture has an online platform for artists to connect with other artists and create a community called the Creative Compass. This website allows artists to build their connections and share information to contribute to each artist's success.
For more information: http://mycreativecompass.org/
A new residency program in Cleveland, Micro Art Space, is offering short term residencies for local, national, and international artists. National and international artists may apply for one- and two- week residencies, living with the program creators, while local artists can live from home while participating in a one-month residency. Artists will be working in a combined gallery/studio towards the goal of an exhibition in the Third Friday of the Month art walk. These art walks are high traffic, giving great exposure to resident artists. Artists working in any media can apply.
More information and application can be found here.