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Art Opportunities from ArtDeadline.com

ArtDeadline.Com receives and publishes more opportunities and event listings per day than any other service.

Dora Maar Residency FellowshipsMuseum of Fine Art Houston U.S. National Deadline: Bi-Annual Recurring October 15, February 15 – The Dora Maar House in Ménerbes, France, provides funded residencies of one to three months for mid-career professionals in the arts…MénerbesProvence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France

Creative Inspiration 2018Bauhaus Prairie Art Gallery International Deadline: August 7, 2018 – Bauhaus Prairie Art Gallery’ announces an international call for artists for it upcoming online exhibition, “Creative Inspiration 2018 – The Artist’s Passion”. Cash awards

9th Annual International Juried Exhibition: EmpathyUniversity of North Carolina at Pembroke International Deadline: August 17, 2018 – The A.D. Gallery, UNC Pembroke Art Department, announces a call for artists worldwide to enter our 9th Annual International Juried Exhibition. Cash awards… PembrokeNorth Carolina, United States

5th Artist Spotlight Solo Art CompetitionFusion Art International Deadline: September 3, 2018 – Fusion

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Southern Oregon Plein Air Competition, 2017

On the last weekend of June this summer, artists from across the region convened in the Rouge Valley for an annual frenzy of paint, camaraderie and friendly competition. They changed the rules slightly this year but what didn’t change was that all put out their best work and were deservedly recognized. Here are my three […]

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“Equinox” Wins Best in Show at Artistic Visions

In January my work was accepted into the Artistic Visions exhibition at the Florence Event Center. The show was juried by Susan Lehman, an artist from Bandon, Oregon whose art I highly respect. My painting won Best in Show! Titled “Equinox,” it measures 36″ x 24″ and is now available for $1575. Contact me at silvia @silviatrujillo.com for more information.

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Umpqua Plein Air Competition

Last September I participated in the Umpqua Plein Air juried competition. If you’ve never been to the Umpqua Valley of Oregon, these paintings are a great way to get a sneak peak. This area holds some of the most beautiful and undiscovered landscapes of Oregon, and I love painting here. Take a drive with me! […]

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Ashland PaintOut, September 19th 2015

I participated in the Ashland PaintOut last year, and it was a lot of fun! The event takes place at North Mountain Park and Lithia Park. You get 4.5 hours to paint your little heart out, then submit your work to the judges. They pick 20 works to exhibit at Ashland Artworks, which is a […]

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Ashland Paint Out: A Celebration of Arts and Parks

It’s wonderful to be back in Ashland among our thriving artistic community! On Saturday, I participated in Ashland Paint Out, a plein-air-painting competition (though it was all very convivial) that sent local artists out into North Mountain and Lithia parks. Our mission was to capture the landscape, colors and visions of these world-class parks and […]

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Yes, Corporations Still Fund the Arts (from Arts Watch)

As this title suggests, corporations ARE still funding the arts, and they’re finding creative ways to do so. Recent funding cuts have hit mid-sized and small cities throughout the country particularly hard. This is especially true in rural and underserved areas. Although not quite underserved/rural, Cincinnati has become a great example of how cultural events, […]

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