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"Call for Artists : Revisiting Beauty"
2010-02-25 until 2010-03-10
Orange County Center for Contemporary Art
Santa Ana, CA, USA United States of America
OCCCA Call For Art - Revisiting Beauty - Juror: Peter Frank, FF Alumn
Deadline For Entries: March 10, 2010.
The meaning of beauty has been debated
by philosophers since the time of the Greeks. Courted or scorned,
distrusted, devalued, deconstructed, beauty promises pleasure while
provoking awe, admiration and even fear. Beauty quickens the pulse.
Attention Contemporary Artists! OCCCA is now accepting submissions of
artworks representing ideas of the beautiful. Painting, drawing, sculpture,
photography, video, installation, and computer-based New Media projects
We are currently looking for artists of all mediums. This art show takes place @ Miramar Gallery on March 13th from 6pm-11pm. There will be a small hanging fee of $10 for pieces 16x20 and smaller. Any additional feet will be an extra $5. The artist will keep 100% commission. Deadline to submit art is March 3rd. Please send in jpeg format or a link to your website.
Know Class Arts @ Miramar Gallery
from LA Culture Net
FEDERAL FUNDING SOURCES
Federal Grants Wire
ARTS AND CULTURE
National Endowment for the Arts - http://www.nea.gov/
California Arts Council -
State Arts Agencies -
Artdeadline - http://artdeadline.com/
LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE FOR VISUAL ARTS ORGANIZATIONS 2010
After 5 years, our magazine devoted to women writers' and artists is still going! We are planning on doing SEVERAL issues featuring AMP MEMBERS ONLY! If you have artwork, photography, stories, poems, articles, please contact Laurie Notch at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jillian Littlefield at email@example.com
Unfortunately, we cannot pay our artists and writers for their work, but our magazine gives free press to up-and-comers who retain all rights to their work to submit to other publications. We were recently listed as one of Writers Market's choice picks, and we are listed through the International Women Writers Guild.
Check out our website at www.ideagems.com
For more information, contact Laurie Notch at firstname.lastname@example.org
After 5 years, our magazine devoted to women writers' and artists is still going! This issue, we feature two artists: Minnesota artist Sylvia Johnson and Maine artist Toni Wolf. Plus we have added works by Elizabeth Wywricz, Mary Fromnecht, and Laurie Notch to embellish the wonderful stories conceived in the spirit of creativity. Take a peek at www.ideagems.com.
NOTE: We are planning on doing several issues featuring AMP MEMBERS ONLY! If you have artwork, photography, stories, poems, articles, please contact Laurie Notch at email@example.com or Jillian Littlefield at firstname.lastname@example.org - and guys, don't think we exclude you! We are an equal opportunity publication (even though we do favor the female in everyone).
*********CALL FOR ENTRIES!*********
CALL FOR ENTRIES:
Los Angeles Filmforum invites film and videomakers to take part in the 2010 FESTIVAL OF (IN)APPROPRIATION.
WHO: All film and videomakers
WHAT: Call for entries for the Festival of (In)appropriation
WHEN: Entries must be received by May 1, 2010.
WHERE: Send submissions to Jaimie Baron, 10480 National Blvd. #308, Los Angeles, CA 90034
PRESENTED BY: Los Angeles Filmforum
Call for Proposals - Funding Cycle 2010
Mission Harpo Foundation was established in 2006 to support artists who are under recognized by the field. This applies to all artists whether emerging or further along in their careers. We view the definitions of art and artist to be open-ended and expansive.
Deadline: April 15, 2010
Call for Proposals
Deadline: April 15, 2010
Call for Entries:
"SHY RABBIT Print National 2"
A National Juried Exhibition
September 4 - October 31, 2010
Submission Deadline: June 21, 2010 (Postmarked)
June 21, 2010 12:00pm, MDT
Submit Entries by Mail or Online @:
JUROR: Yuji Hiratsuka
Professor of Art, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.
This exhibition is open to any artist 18 years of age or older.
Original contemporary works in traditional and nontraditional
printmaking media including book arts, three-dimensional and mixed