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Call to Artists from Occupy Wall Street

The Wall Street Occupennial is an urgent call for artists to contribute to the ongoing Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement currently centered at Liberty Plaza in the Financial District of New York City. The Occupennial is founded on the belief that artists have a crucial role to play in helping to elaborate and sustain the democratic public space that is currently being created by the occupation of Liberty Plaza and other sites across the globe.

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Calls to Artists from Art Deadlines

List of Calls to Artists with deadlines beginning 10/5…photographers, women photographers, night photographers,screenplay writers, Art Takes Miami (all media) talent search to win a booth at the 2011 SCOPE Art Fair, sketchbook competition, emerging artist, outdoor exhibits, writers, artists, composers, cash prizes and other awards

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CALL TO ARTISTS AND CRAFTSPEOPLE FOR THE ROGUE GALLERY & ART CENTER’S HOLIDAY ART BOUTIQUE

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The Rogue Gallery & Art Center—Southern Oregon’s premier non-profit community art center—will host the “Spirit in Hand” Holiday Boutique November 11-December 23, 2011. This is a juried show and sale of one-of-a-kind hand-made gift items such as hand-made textiles, fiber & wearables; pottery & ceramics; glass, metal & woodwork; jewelry; leatherwork; mixed media and upcycled items; seasonal cards; candles; and body care products will be considered. Small framed artwork (no larger than 12” in any direction) will also be considered.

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Showcase Your Art in Your Own NYC Solo Exhibition

Artists, this could be the next step in launching your career. You’re invited to join the 3rd Ward Fall 2011 Open Call, an international search for exciting, innovating and compelling artwork awarding over $25,000 in prizes, including a one month live/work residency in NYC, a $5,000 grant and your very own New York City solo exhibition.

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Call to Artists: Music in the Mountains Festival Seeks Fine Art Vendors for Late September Event

We are eagerly preparing for the 2011 Festival. We would like to invite you to be one of our vendors. We are looking for high quality artisans with products that are strictly made by the vendor. NO RESALE MERCHANDISE, please. If you know of other artists who would be interested in participating please feel free to give them our contact information.

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Calls for Artists from Woman-Made Gallery

Woman Made Gallery Chicago Calls for Art

This is a call for entries for Woman Made Gallery’s upcoming group exhibitions, open to female artists or as indicated in the guidelines from anywhere in the world. All shows are juried by professionals whose involvement brings new and challenging perspectives to the exhibitions. The jurors for the three shows listed in this call for art are noted curator, Ingrid Fassbender from Fassbender Fine Art; Betsy Odom, a rising star in the Chicago artworld; and Linda Warren who owns Linda Warren Gallery.

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Updated Artist Opportunities from CallforEntry.org

New opportunities are listed on CaFE™, and many application deadlines are approaching. See what new opportunities you can apply to below. You can login to CaFE here or go to www.callforentry.org to apply to one of these opportunities. Please read the call information carefully as each call has specific guidelines and eligibility requirements.

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Call to Artists: Los Angeles Center for Digital Art International Juried Competition

Enter LACDA’s juried competition for digital art and photography, juried by Peter Frank, Riverside Art Museum and Rex Bruce, L.A. Center for Digital Art. Entrants submit three JPEG files of original work. All styles of artwork and photography where digital processes of any kind were integral to the creation of the images are acceptable. The competition is international, open to all geographical locations.

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Art Deadlines List – July 2011 Email Edition

ArtDeadline’s latest email of artist opportunities, including national and international shows, juried and non-juried, some with entry fees, some fee-free, many with cash prizes, seeking photography by women, portrait and pet photography, outdoor art & sculpture, poetry and writing, residency, socially/politically engaged art, sketchbooks, experimental art, and the Beaverton Annual Artist Visual Showcase! Deadlines begin July 29, some with lots of advance notice – Read on to see the opportunities available to you…

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This call just in from ArtDeadlines.com

Now for the first time, the selected artist of the 3rd Ward Open Call will get to show his or her work in a solo presentation at Art Taipei AND a solo show in New York City. Introduce your artwork to the world’s most vital community of international art world players, including artists, collectors, curators, gallerists, and critics from both sides of the globe.

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