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CT+6, A Regional Juried Exhibit,
Deadline: 03/27/2017 | Location: Connecticut
CT+6 is open to artists in CT, New York and New England in all mediums. Deadline: March 27, 2017. This is our tenth Anniversary. $1,500 Best of Show, Second place $750. Numerous other prizes and awards. http://westhartfordart.org/call-for-artists/
25th Annual CPSA International Exhibition
Deadline: 03/31/2017 | Location: International
The Colored Pencil Society of America announces a call to artists for a juried art exhibition, June 10 - August 6, 2017 at The Mansion at Strathmore in North Bethesda, MD. Numerous cash awards total over $15,000, including the $5,000 CIPPY Best of Show. Juror: Dr. Joann Moser, former Senior Curator of Graphic Arts at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Open to artists worldwide, 18 years or older, working with colored pencil. Submitted works must be 100% colored pencil, original, and completed in the past three years. $35 for non-CPSA members, $25 for members covers up to two entries. See full prospectus at http://cpsa.org/images/stories/2017_CPSA_IntlExhib_Prospectus_12-1-16%202.pdf
60th Chautauqua Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art
Deadline: 04/01/2017 | Location: National
All artists. All media. To apply go to and click on “Call for Entries: 60th Chautauqua Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art” The Chautauqua Annual Exhibition is one of the oldest continuously running juried shows in the country. This year's 60th Chautauqua Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art is a substantially expanded show including 60 works selected by co-jurors Don Kimes, Lois Jubeck and Judy Barie. A Scholar in Residence in the Art and Philosophy seminar at the American Academy in Rome, former Program Director at the NY Studio School, and Director of Studio Art at American University, Kimes has curated several dozen major exhibitions throughout the United States and internationally over four decades. Represented by Denise Bibro Gallery in New York, his work has been included in over 140 exhibitions internationally. As Managing Director of VACI Lois Jubeck has played an instrumental role in building Chautauqua’s art programs. She has also curated many exhibitions there and in New York, Pittsburgh and Florida over three decades. Over the past 30 years Judy Barie has shown extensively in solo exhibitions across the country and has won numerous awards. She divides her time between in Pittsburgh and Chautauqua, where she serves as the Susan and John Turben Director of VACI Galleries, curating numerous exhibitions every year. Important Dates: April 1, 2017, Deadline for submission May 8, 2017, Notifications emailed to artists Between June 5 - 9, 2017, Artwork shipped to Colonnade Building, 60th Chautauqua Annual, 1 Ames Avenue, Chautauqua N.Y., 14722 via FedEx or UPS. June 25, 2017, Opening of exhibition, 3-5 p.m., Strohl Art Center July 18, 2017, Last day of the exhibition. Artwork is shipped and returned to the artist after this date. Eligibility Open to all artists, accepting all mediums completed in the last three years. Artists must be 18 years of age or older.
Apply to Paradise City’s Fall 2017 Shows
Deadline: 04/03/2017 | Location: National
Apply online today! Paradise City presents New England's leading shows of handmade craft, painting and sculpture. Paradise City's events showcase fresh, innovative work in all media in beautiful indoor settings, with outdoor space available in Northampton for large-scale sculpture. Applications from new and emerging artists are encouraged. For 23 years Paradise City has been known for setting new standards in show publicity and marketing, and for its user-friendly approach to artists. Founded and directed by artists, for artists, join America's most outstanding artists and makers at Paradise City this fall.
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Henry Luce III Center for the Arts & Religion’ A.I.R Program
Deadline: 05/15/2017 | Location: District Of Colombia
The Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion welcomes everyone who is interested in the intersection of art and faith. We invite established and emerging artists to apply to our Artist-in-Residence program or make a proposal for a show in the Dadian Gallery. We also have opportunities for pastors or theologians who wish to stay with us for few weeks of sabbatical, reflecting on and engaging with the arts in conversation with our faculty and staff. A.I.R. PROGRAM & EXHIBITION The Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion (LCAR) Artist-in-Residence program accepts applications from visual artists seeking to create within the community of Wesley Theological Seminary. Artists share space in a communal studio set in the seminary’s instructional building, working directly with students by leading practical art classes and community art projects. Teaching an Arts Practicum in the medium of the artist’s choosing is expected of all Artists-in-Residence. Opportunities for outreach to churches and the wider community are also available to resident artists. In alternating years, a group show in the Dadian Gallery is organized to highlight the work of Artists-in-Residence. Artists also contribute one piece of work to the seminary as part of their residencies, providing a lasting contribution to our mission of making the arts an integral part of theological education. Artists have the option of taking one seminary class per semester in order to further explore the union between theology and the arts. SUPPORT Artists are provided with an honorarium of $1,500.00 per semester to help cover their living expenses. A one-bedroom apartment on campus is provided for artists living outside of the greater Washington, DC and Baltimore region. Residencies can be for one calendar year, one academic year, or one semester, depending of the needs of the program and the availability of artists under consideration. Please be aware that we schedule our artists one to two years in advance. We are currently accepting applications for the 2018-2019 academic year. The annual application deadline is May 15. APPLICATION For an application and additional information Download PDF We regret that at this time, we are unable to process J-1 visas for international artists. About: Wesley Theological Seminary serves future Christian leaders – aspiring ministers, professionals, and young people, who yearn for a prophetic voice in the public square and who seek a theological foundation for a life of service and meaning. Henry Luce III Center for Arts and Religion Wesley Theological Seminary 4500 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20016 t: 202.885.8637
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