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Call to Artists from JEGA Gallery for March Annual Sculpture Show!

The Stone Sculptress, J. Ellen Austin from the JEGA Gallery, removing graffiti (or neutering!) the Lincoln Statue in Lithia Park 1997.

Artists are encouraged to submit original paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures and poetry/performance art for the two openings; First Friday, March 1, 2013 and the First Friday, April 5, 2013. Deadlines for the March show is Monday, February 18th and the deadline for consideration for the April show is March 25, 2013.

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Calls to Artists and Art Opportunities From CAFE

Short -deadline and new calls to art from CAfE, list edited to include only calls for which Oregon artists are eligible.

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Calls to Women Artists from Woman Made Gallery in Chicago

woman made gallery chicago call for artists

This is a call for entries for Woman Made Gallery’s upcoming group exhibitions. All shows are juried by professionals whose involvement brings new and challenging perspectives to the exhibitions. Membership is not required in order to enter into juried shows or exhibit at WMG.

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Mentorship and the Millenial Woman

There has been much talk lately of what it means to be a “modern woman.” I am told that I am a millennial, that I am part of a generation, a movement much larger than myself. This may be true for the purposes of the census but on a day-to-day level I am not overly-conscious […]

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Calls to Artists From CaFE™

There’s something for everyone in this collection of calls. From ecofeminism to environmental and sustainability themes, public art and car culture, we see calls for photography, painting, sculpture and more open to artists with disabilities, women, photographers, emerging artists, plein air artists, African Americans, creators of activist art, public art and more! Check them out to see if any will be suitable for your work.

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500 Years of Female Portraits in Western Art

Video with Music: Bach’s Sarabande from Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007 performed by Yo-Yo Ma. Nominated as Most Creative Video 2nd Annual YouTube Awards. Shared by artist Katharine Gracey.

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Calls for Artists: New opportunities listed

Callforentry.org Calls to Artists

This list of calls has been edited to include only opportunities open to artists residing in Oregon (with one for our neighbors in Northern California and S. Oregon artists who may also qualify), and includes a wide range of artistic disciplines and other criteria. Women, Photographers, fine art crafters/ artisans, fine metalworkers, traditional and polymer clay artists, colored pencil artists, jewelry makers, serious nude painters, installation artists and more will find state and national opportunities here, some with short deadlines, others extending into 2012 with more time to prepare. Please take a look at all of them so you don’t miss an opportunity for which your work qualifies!

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500 Years Of Female Portraits In Western Art (VIDEO)

500 Years Of Female Portraits In Western Art (VIDEO).

New to us at HuffPost Arts, Philip Scott Johnson‘s “500 Years Of Female Portraits In Western Art” is intriguing in its ability to trace how representations of women have changed throughout art’s history. Watch as Johnson delicately weaves together famous portraits to show what traits and characterisitcs of the female figure have been deemed ‘ideal’ from epoch to epoch. See this list for all the paintings used in the video.

Women In Art from Philip Scott Johnson on Vimeo.

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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