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February 2018 Art Deadlines List

March 01, 2018 – ACRYLICWORKS
Creative energy is the driving force of what it means to be an artist, and how an artist chooses to use that energy is what sets one apart from the others. Some may choose energetic brush strokes creating movement that seems to dance across the canvas. Others may select colors that represent a feeling behind their emotional energy for a particular work. Entry Fee. Details: http://bitly.com/2jynURZ
February 28, 2018 – FREE WEBINAR ON HOW TO GET A PATRON OR SPONSOR
Ongoing – A Free Online webinar that will teach you methods to find Patrons and Sponsors for your art. You will learn how one artist got Apple Computers and Bose Sound to sponsor art work and art projects and also how individual donors and Patrons can be solicited. There is also an option to extend your education in other areas. All those who register for the free webinar get a free booklet right away on how one artist got invited to the Whitney Biennial. No Entry Fee. Details:http://yourartmentor.com/patronsandsponsors2
February 28, 2018 – SLOWART | LINMER GALLERY | ART BIOLOGIC
ART BIOLOGIC is a thematic exhibition based on art inspired by the biological and natural world. The exhibition will be held at the Limner Gallery, May 10 – June 2, 2018. Entry is open for entry to all artists working in any media with biologic and nature based subject matter. Entry Fee. Details:http://bitly.com/2i3PjOF
February 26, 2018 – CALL FOR INTERNATIONAL ALL WOMEN ART COMPETITION
Contemporary Art Gallery Online 4th Annual International 2018 “ALL Women” Art Competition. Competition opens January 29, 2018 and closes February 25, 2018. We encourage entries from all Women 2D and 3D artists regardless of their experience or education in the art field. A group exhibition will be held. Awards will be given. Winners will be announced on March 13th, 2018. Entry Fee/USD Entry Fee. Details: 844-210-7722 OR http://tinyurl.com/2018-all-women OR [email protected]
February 28, 2018 – FAX FOR PEACE, FAX FOR TOLERANCE
Fax for peace, fax for tolerance is an international competition open to students of all grades and types of schools and to professional artists from all over the world. They are required to submit one or more works developing the themes of peace, tolerance, fight against any form of racism and of defense of human rights. No Entry Fee. Details: http://bitly.com/2Bh8CZV
February 28, 2018 – BLACK CAUCUS ALA AWARDS
The Black Caucus of ALA (BCALA) honors the best self-published ebooks by an African American author in the U.S. in the following genres: Fiction and Poetry. 2 $500 awards; Formal recognition at the Black Caucus of ALA Literary Awards; BCALA Literary Award Seal to use in marketing. Entries must have been written by an African American author born in the U.S. No Entry Fee. Details: http://bitly.com/2Bw0CI2
February 28, 2018 – EVERYTHING CHANGE CLIMATE FICTION CONTEST
Submit one piece of fiction up to 5,000 words using the impact of climate change. The winning story will receive a $1000 prize, and nine finalists will receive $50 prizes. Selected work will be published in an anthology by the Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative at Arizona State University. No Entry Fee. Details: http://bitly.com/2yHFGw7
February 28, 2018 – THE GATEWAY INTERNATIONAL PAINTING COMPETITION ONLINE
Online painting competition awards $1,000.00 CASH to MONTHLY BEST IN SHOW. Different professional artist judges critique 12 monthly finalists. Artists world wide over 18 eligible. Paintings created with traditional media. One-time membership registration fee $25; each entry additional $10. Competition mission to support and help fund artists in countries lacking art supplies and art education. Entry Fee. Details: 928-282-4326 OR http://www.paintingcontest.org OR [email protected]
February 28, 2018 – STUDIO MONTCLAIR VIEWPOINTS 2018
New location in the heart of Montclair’s Arts District and longer exhibition from June 1 to August 16, 2018. All mediums accepted including videos and installations. Juror: Gary Garrido Schneider, Executive Director, Grounds for Sculpture, artist and educator. CASH AWARDS. Online entry. Entry Fee. Details:862-500-1447 OR http://StudioMontclair.org/call-for-entries-viewpoints-2018 OR [email protected]
February 28, 2018 – ALEX ROSE FOUNDATION
The Alexa Rose Foundation furthers the creative work of individual artists through grants and fellowships, strengthening the cultural environment of the Boise valley and benefiting the community at large. All visual, performing, and literary arts are supported. Applicants may request up to $5,000, and must reside in Ada or Canyon County in Idaho. No Entry Fee. Details: http://bitly.com/2nFb2gJ
March 01, 2018 – RAL 45TH ANNUAL FINE ART AND FINE CRAFT OUTDOOR SHOW
Over 125 artists and artisans from around the country display and sell their fine art and fine crafts in this premier mid-Atlantic exhibition that takes place amidst the Rehoboth Art League’s 3.5-acre historic wooded campus in Henlopen Acres. Entry Fee. Details: 302-227-8408 OR http://45th-outdoor-show.artcall.org
March 01, 2018 – CALL FOR ARTISTS | SOLO EXHIBITION IN NYC
Dacia Gallery invites artists to submit artwork for an opportunity to have a Two-Week Solo Exhibition in April 2018, at Dacia Gallery. The selected artist for the Solo Exhibition will receive a $1,000 Cash Award. All visual artists may apply. We are looking for new talented artists to exhibit and represent. Entry Fee. Details: http://bitly.com/2ByizCn
March 01, 2018 – NJEAA “ART OF THE HORSE”
Stockton, NJ. Show dates: May 20 – June 17. Equine themes in: oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, graphite and mixed media, sculpture and photography. Crafts not eligible. Open to artists 18 and over. Must be original work. Up to 3 entries for $30 Entry Fee. Details: (908) 284-9751 OR http://bit.ly/2A9d5lH OR [email protected]
March 01, 2018 – FRITZ PöLKING AND FRITZ PöLKING JUNIOR PRIZE 2018
The Fritz Pölking Prize and the Fritz Pölking Junior Prize (open to photographers up to the age of 23) is organized by the Society of German Nature Photographers. This is an annual wildlife photography competition. You may submit a minimum of 8 images and a maximum of 12 images. This may be either a unique wildlife photography project or a portfolio of individual photographs. Entry Fee. Details:http://bitly.com/2BgACgc
March 01, 2018 – $3,000 2018 CDS DOCUMENTARY ESSAY PRIZE IN PHOTOGRAPHY
The $3,000 prize from the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University honors the best documentary writing and photography in alternating years. The focus is on current or recently completed work (within the last two years). This year’s prize is for photography. Entry Fee. Details:http://bitly.com/2n5Xuuu OR [email protected]
March 01, 2018 – ONCE CONCURSO FOTOGRáFICO / ONCE PHOTO CONTEST
The aim of this contest is to show the reality of people with some kind of disability. The photographer should show everyday situations, which are not so different from the rest of the people, and capture the lights and shadows of the people with disabilities, regardless of the part of the world they live in. Each photographer is intended to express his/her own point of view about disability. No Entry Fee. Details:http://bitly.com/2xuscAR
March 01, 2018 – WOMEN’S NATIONAL BOOK ASSOCIATION WRITING CONTEST
Categories poetry, fiction, nonfiction and YA fiction. Pays $250 for winner in each category as well as publication in The Bookwoman. Limit 3,000 words for fiction and YA fiction,. Limit 2,500 words for nonfiction. Limit three to five pages of poetry. Entry Fee. Details: http://bitly.com/2i9Yr5G
March 02, 2018 – BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY, ARLETTE KAYAFAS, JUROR, SSAC.ORG
No straight reproductions or giclee’s. EXHIBITION DATES: April 12 to May 21, 2018. PRIZES: First Prize $500, Second Prize $300, Third Prize $200, Honorable Mention. Entry Fee. Visit website for details. Entry Fee. Details: 781-383-2787 OR http://www.ssac.org/competitions.asp
March 02, 2018 – CALL FOR ARTISTS:$1500/EA FOR 8 ARTISTS CREATING WALL MURALS
Seeking 8 artists to create large format wall murals in downtown Napa. A $1500 stipend will be given to selected artists. Art unveiled at the official Napa City public event for Napa Valley’s Arts in April on April 21. No Entry Fee. Details: http://bitly.com/2Cekuk0
March 05, 2018 – CAMERA USA® 2018
A national competition created to inspire and encourage photographers of all skill levels. Brick and mortar exhibition from Jun 4 – Aug 3. $5,500 in cash awards. Open to photographers in the USA. One photographer will be honored with the 2018 Camera USA® National Photography Award of $5,000 and receive travel and hotel accommodations to receive the award in person in Naples, Florida on June 1st. Entry Fee. Details: 239-262-6517 OR http://www.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=4568 OR [email protected]
March 07, 2018 – NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS CREATIVE WRITING FELLOWSHIPS
Fellowships in fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction enable recipients to set aside time for writing, research, travel, and general career advancement. Non-matching grants are for $25,000. No Entry Fee. Details: http://bitly.com/2kfe7Co
March 10, 2018 – INTERNATIONAL ART COMPETITION “NATURE”
Contemporary Art Room Gallery is proud to announce their 1st “Nature” Online Art Competition for the month of March 2018. The Nature theme may include everything that is nature related, (landscapes, seascapes, skies, world of flora and fauna, etc). Fee is $15. Entry Fee. Details:http://www.artroomgalleryonline.com OR [email protected]
March 10, 2018 – CALL FOR DIGITAL ART: IN THE GROOVE, EXHIBITION OF COVER ART
Celebrate creative relationship between music & art. May 12-October 28, 2018. Work must be for sale. Jurors: Sal Cataldi, NYC musician; Wendi Gueorguiev, BWAC Performance Series Coordinator. DIGITAL ART only; we print & hang. $15/one image, $5/each, up to two addt’l. *READ ENTIRE PROSPECTUS CAREFULLY; specific formatting & submission instructions. Entries not print-ready NOT accepted.* Entry Fee. Details: 718-596-2506 OR http://bit.ly/2EgQSQG OR [email protected]
March 12, 2018 – 33RD CHELSEA INTERNATIONAL FINE ART COMPETITION
Break out and elevate your artist career! Gain exposure on the international stage! Once again, it’s time for the prestigious Chelsea International Fine Art Competition. The selected artists of this prominent contest will be awarded prizes designed to boost their careers and significantly increase their audience. Enter February 6- March 12, 2018. Entry Fee. Details: http://www.agora-gallery.com/competition OR [email protected]
March 15, 2018 – LIGHTHOUSE WRITERS LITFEST FELLOWSHIPS | DENVER, COLORADO
The Lit Fest Fellowship for Emerging Writers covers the full cost of tuition for a Master Workshop. Lighthouse will be awarding four fellowships for Lit Fest 2018 to advanced writers of fiction (1), poetry (1), dramatic writing (1), and creative nonfiction (1) who haven’t yet published a book-length work and who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford a weeklong or weekend Master Workshop. No Entry Fee. Details:http://bitly.com/2nnGCPZ
March 16, 2018 – PHOTOGRAPHIC CALL “THE PHOTOGRAPHIC PERFORMANCE 2018”
Photographers are invited to submit work for the exhibitions “The Photographic Performance 2018”. We are looking for compelling solo or cooperative exhibitions to fill our interior salon space. Three exhibition proposals will be selected as well as selecting seven proposals to be featured on the gallery blog. Jurors will be Amanda Smith and Kevin Tully, gallery directors. Entry Fee. Details: 512-422-4080 OR http://asmithgallery.com/salon-call-for-entry OR [email protected]
March 18, 2018 – OPEN CALL FOR RHODE ISLAND AREA PORTUGUESE ARTISTS
The Bristol Art Museum is issuing a call to RI and Southeast New England artists for “Arte Corajosa, Celebrating Azorean Creativity: Courageous Art”. Deadline Sunday, March 18th, 2018 The juror is Nancy Whipple Grinnell, Curator Emerita at the Newport Art Museum. All mediums except video and installation will be considered. Application Fee. Details: (401) 253-4400 OR http://www.bristolartmuseum.org/a-call-to-artists.html
March 25, 2018 – ELIZA SO FELLOWSHIP
This month-long residency in Las Vegas will offer award recipients time and solitude to help them finish a book that is already in progress. The 2018 fellowships will include room and board at The Writer’s Block, along with a $500 food stipend and $400 toward travel. You must have a novel, collection of stories, memoir, or other prose work (fiction, nonfiction or hybrid) in progress. No Entry Fee. Details:http://bitly.com/2r6gnSt
March 26, 2018 – CALL FOR ENTRIES FOR OF A FEATHER: BIRDS IN ART
Join us as we explore the wonderful, wild world of birds! The jury seeks artwork that captures the vibrant spirit of aviary life, portraying beauty, diversity and detail of the birds that fill our skies. All media welcome; small to large-scale works sought; indoor and outdoor works; cash awards. Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, MD. Entry Fee. Details: 410-326-4640 OR http://annmariegarden.wufoo.com/forms/artist-application-of-a-feather-birds-in-art OR [email protected]iegarden.org
March 31, 2018 – CALL FOR ARTISTS FOR 25TH ANNUAL ARTSFEST FINE ARTS FESTIVAL
NEW in 2018! We have a new booth fee structure; no commission fees! Join us for our 25th Anniversary! Artsfest is an annual juried arts festival held at beautiful Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, in Solomons, Maryland. Artsfest brings together 170 of the country’s most accomplished artists for a weekend of terrific shopping, great music, and delicious food and drink. Application Fee. Details: 410-326-4640 OR http://www.annmariegarden.org/annmarie2/node/222 OR [email protected]
April 14, 2018 – CERES 13TH NATIONAL BIENIAL JURIED EXHIBITION
Juror: Sara Softness Assistant Curator at the Brooklyn Museum. Open to artists of any gender working in any media, residing in the U.S. Recent work only. Ceres, Chelsea NY, founded in 1984, is a non-profit alternative center dedicated to the promotion of contemporary artists. Entry Fee. Details: 212-947-6100 OR http://www.entrythingy.com/d=ceresgallery.org OR [email protected]
April 15, 2018 – CHAUTAUQUA ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPORARY ART
This exhibition is one of the oldest continuously running juried shows in the country. For the 61st year, approximately 25 works from contemporary painters, sculptors, photographers and ceramicists will be selected by guest juror Sharon Louden, who is an artist, educator, advocate for artists, and the “Living and Sustaining a Creative Life” series editor. $2,500 in awards. Application Fee. Details: 716-357-6217 OR http://bitly.com/2EECmW0
May 15, 2018 – PENNSYLVANIA WATERCOLOR SOCIETY CALL FOR ENTRIES
Pennsylvania Watercolor Society’s 39th International Juried Exhibition, September 15 – October 20, 2018, at the Crary Art Gallery, Warren, PA. Over $14,000 in cash and merchandise awards. Limit 2 entries; only one may be accepted. Entry fees Members 1/2 ($25); Non-Members 1/2 ($40). All work must be original, less than 3 years old, and never shown in any other juried show or PWS member show. Entry Fee. Details: http://www.pawcs.com OR [email protected]
May 15, 2018 – MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESIDENCY PROGRAM IN SOUTHEAST SPAIN
LA POSTIZA Creative Centre is situated in a rural historic town surrounded by lemon trees. Only 10 mins driving to the city centre. A typical local house in a historical moorish location: La Cueva, a fertile area/farm. Only 20/30 mins riding to the centre, with local cultural activities and several residency programs. You will find all the information in our website. Thank you. Entry Fee. http://lapostiza.com/residency-program OR [email protected]

Apply for Ford Family Fellowship-Ucross Foundation Residency Program – 2018 Spring and Fall Sessions

OAC News- grantees for visual artists, performing artists and poets

 

March 2017
Moments after Megan Kim (second from right) was named Oregon's 2017 Poetry Out Loud champion, she poses with Arts Commission Executive Director Brian Rogers (far left), runner up Philip Chan (second from left) and Arts Commission Chair Libby Unthank Tower (far right)
Moments after Megan Kim (second from right) was named Oregon’s 2017 Poetry Out Loud champion, she poses with Arts Commission Executive Director Brian Rogers (far left), runner up Philip Chan (second from left) and Arts Commission Chair Libby Unthank Tower (far right)

Ashland student named Oregon’s Poetry Out Loud champion

Megan Kim, an 18-year-old senior at Medford’s Cascade Christian High School, will represent Oregon at the April 24-26, 2017 Poetry Out Loud National Finals in Washington, D.C. She was one of nine regional finalists who competed in the March 11 state Poetry Out Loud contest at Salem Public Library. The runner up was Philip Chan of West Linn High School.

Megan, who lives in Ashland, reads poetry for fun and serves as editor of the school’s literary magazine. Her plans are to attend college (she’s considering several) and to major in English.

“Falling in love with poetry completely changed how I process the world,” says Megan.

“Through the lens of rich language, I get to explore emotion, to ask questions and seek truth, and to connect with other humans in a way that is entirely set apart from any other experience. I really think the truest me is the me that is writing or speaking poetry,” she adds.

TMegan Kim
Enjoy an excerpt of Megan’s performance of Carmen Gimenez Smith’s “Bleeding Heart” and the moment she was named our state champion.
Here is a profile of Megan  from The Ashland Tidings.

Wendy Red Star exhibits in Governor’s Office 

Wendy Red Star, Apsáalooke Roses, 2016, Four-color lithograph with chine-collé archival pigment ink photographs, 18 x 26 inches. Courtesy of the artist.
Portland artist Wendy Red Star will exhibit “Works” in the Governor’s Office of the Capitol Building in Salem through May 11.

Red Star works across disciplines to explore the intersections of Native American ideologies and colonialist structures, both historically and in contemporary society.

Raised on the Apsáalooke (Crow) reservation in Montana, her work is informed both by her cultural heritage and her engagement with many forms of creative expression, including photography, sculpture, video, fiber arts and performance.

Red Star has exhibited at venues including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Fondation Cartier pour l’ Art Contemporain, Portland Art Museum, St. Louis Art Museum and the Minneapolis Institute of Art, among others.
Read the full releaseHear a profile of Red Star on OPB’s “State of Wonder.”

 

Grant alert!

FY2017 Arts Build Communities awards announced

Thirty-six Oregon organizations recently received Arts Build Communities grants from the Oregon Arts Commission. The grants, totaling $210,400, are designed to address and alleviate community needs by engaging in the arts. hh
Among the projects are new public art to revamp the streetscape of Vale while celebrating and reinforcing community collaboration; Slam Across Oregon, bringing together Oregon’s young slam poets from diverse rural, urban and suburban backgrounds for a Slamboo competition in Portland; and a public performance and exhibit designed to facilitate a community discussion about homelessness and home insecurity in the Columbia Gorge.
Lane Arts Council‘s Fiesta Cultural, supported by a 2017 Arts Build Communities grant.
Now in its 21st year, the Arts Build Communities program targets broad geographic impact and arts access for underserved audiences. More than half of the 2017 awards go to communities outside of the Portland Metro region.

43 artists receive Career Opportunity Grants

Wynde Dyer’s tarp quilt tents for Camp Here Tonight at Littman Gallery at Portland State University. 
In the first two of three rounds of FY2017 Career Opportunity Grants, the Oregon Arts Commission, The Ford Family Foundation and The Oregon Community Foundation have collectively awarded $111,146 to 43 artists for career development projects.

The awards include $52,496 from the Oregon Arts Commission; $40,300 in supplemental funding for seven artists through a partnership with The Ford Family Foundation; and $18,350 from The Oregon Community Foundation. Individual grants range from $535 to $7,500.

See the full list of artists and projects.
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2017 Fellowship awards announced 

Agnieszka Laska receives Joan Shipely Award

Agnieszka Laska

Agnieszka Laska, a Portland-based dancer/choreographer and the founder of Agnieszka Laska Dancers, is the 2017 recipient of the Oregon Arts Commission’s honorary Joan Shipley Award. The Joan Shipley Award is named for Oregon arts leader Joan Shipley, who passed away in 2011.

Laska leads a group of seven Oregon artists selected for the Arts Commission’s 2017 Individual Artist Fellowships.

The 2017 fellowships support artists working in the performing arts; visual artists are reviewed in alternating years.

The Arts Commission’s fellowship program is available to more than 20,000 artists who call Oregon home. Fellows are recommended by a review panel of Oregon arts professionals who consider artists of outstanding talent, demonstrated ability and commitment to the creation of new work(s). The Arts Commission reviews and acts on the panel’s recommendations.
The following performing artists were awarded 2017 fellowships: Agnieszka Laska (Joan Shipely Award), Portland; Oluyinka Akinjiola, Portland; Leah Anderson, Ashland; Douglas Detrick, Portland; Ashleigh Flynn, Portland; Eliot Grasso, Springfield; and Lydia Van Dreel, Eugene.
 Bios and photos for all 2017 Fellowship recipients.
Avantika Bawa exhibits at LAVC Art Gallery

This month marks Arts Commissioner Avantika Bawa’s first solo exhibition in Los Angeles.

In “Parallel Faults,” up through April 6 at the Los Angeles Valley College Art Gallery, large painterly gestures sweep across the gallery.

Topographical maps of the surrounding San Fernando Valley and San Gabriel Fault line inform the scale, colors and patterns of the swaths.

Stretches of silence are interrupted with multi-channel field recordings of tremors and earthquake sounds procured from geophysicists. The diagonal thrust of the visuals and the spatial distribution of sound synthesize to create a feeling of movement, raw power and unease.

An installation view of “Parallel Faults,” an exhibition by Arts Commissioner Avantika Bawa at the LAVC Art Gallery.
Upcoming application deadlines

 

Arts Learning Grants: June 1

Arts Alliance Update, Oregon Cultural Trust Town Hall Meeting

Arts Alliance of southern Oregon logoGreetings! We will be announcing the next Arts Alliance of Southern Oregon public meeting soon. It will be held in late November or early December in Grants Pass.
Until then, you are encouraged to attend a town meeting in Medford hosted by the Rogue Gallery & Art Center and presented by the Oregon Arts Commission and the Oregon Cultural Trust: Monday, 11/3 from 1-4pm.
Thank you for supporting arts & culture in our community!
Come one, come all! 

Brian Rogers and the staff of the Oregon Arts Commission and the Oregon Cultural Trust will hold 14 statewide town meetings between now and Dec. 12 to hear from Oregonians about arts and culture issues. The information gathered will develop independent plans to guide each organization over the next five years.

“Hearing from our stakeholders, which include every Oregonian, is a vitally important part of the planning process,” said Rogers. “The themes that emerge from these meetings will form the framework of our plans.” 

Each of the three-hour meetings, which kick off in The Dalles Oct. 20 and conclude in Eugene Dec. 12, will be hosted by a local arts and culture partner. Registration is encouraged but not required. The meetings are free and open to the public.

For more information to register: http://bit.ly/1yAtiIg
Town Meeting-Medford 

Monday, November 03, 2014 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM (Pacific Time)

Rogue Gallery
40 S Bartlett St
Medford, Oregon 97501
United States
 
Map and Directions
The Oregon Arts Commission and the Oregon Cultural Trust are pleased to announce a series of 14 town meetings across Oregon to gather information about local, regional and statewide issues in arts and culture. We encourage you to attend, participate, share and learn in this important process.  The Commission and Trust will use the information we gather to develop independent plans that will guide each organization over the next five years.
We also would like you to help spread the word and invite your board members, people you serve and community leaders to these town meetings.
Registration is not required, but encouraged to help us in our logistics.  Each town meeting will be hosted by a local partner who are helping make these important meetings possible.
We also invite you to submit written testimony, especially if you are unable to attend a town meeting.
You may email testimony to [email protected] or mail to:


OAC / OCT Planning Process
775 Summer Street NE Suite 200
Salem OR 97301

2013 Guide to the National Endowment for the Arts

2013 Guide to the National Endowment for the Arts

Cover of the 2013 NEA Guide The 2013 Guide provides details on the programs and activities that the NEA supports, as well as funding deadlines for our various grants. Included is information on Grants for Arts Projects, Our Town, Literature Fellowships, Lifetime Honors, and Partnerships (including NEA initiatives). January 2013. 24 pp.Order hard copy | Download PDF

For an overview of the NEA’s funding opportunities, please see the NEA Grants Workshop presentation.