Small art, Midlands art wanted
It's an afternoon double
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Rochester Contemporary Art Center 6x6[/caption]
Columbia Metropolitan Airport
- SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Friday, January 28, 2022 by 5 p.m. ET
Midlands #SCartists, let's start with you. We've covered this before
, so maybe you checked this in previously and it's your turn to board? CAE is looking for artists for the 2022 Art in the Airport program: "Throughout the year, this wildly popular program showcases the work of four artists’ from across Columbia region in the busiest part of the airport. [Art in the Airport] not only enhances the passengers’ experience while traveling through CAE, it creates an immediate sense of place to those visiting. Once a traveler lands, these pieces of art are the first creative and cultural touchpoints they have to the region." This link will help you take off to the CAE website for more information
Rochester (New York) Contemporary Art Center
- SUBMISSION DEADLINE (Mailed): Tuesday, April 12, 2022
From an email to Hub HQ: "...the exhibition is our annual 6x6, which is the original small art phenomenon, and is hosted by Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo), a small, non-profit art center in Rochester, New York! This annual exhibition, 6x6, raises critical funds needed to pay artists, maintain our building and administer contemporary art programming to our community this coming year! The artwork(s) will help our mission to provide unique encounters for audiences and extraordinary opportunities for artists. Learn more about 6x6 at roco6x6.org.
The exhibition, a past version of which is pictured above, is scheduled to run June 4 through July 17, 2022. Artist participation is free, as one would hope, given that they are soliciting donations from which they hope to raise funds. There is a limit of four submissions per school or school group.
Open call: ‘Going Home’ virtual exhibition
"Art is the only way to run away without leaving home" -Twyla Tharp
An International Exhibition
Presented by the Wilsonville Arts & Culture Council,
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Tuesday, February 15, 2022
If you could embody your ideal vision of Nest, Habitat, or Home in a single artwork, what would it look like?
The global pandemic has compelled many of us to become housebound for long periods of time. It may have distanced us from family and friends, or from careers and colleagues. It has put people out of work and exacerbated homelessness. How have the last 20 months influenced your notions of home?
What does the word “Home” mean to you?
Is it a place? A building? A person? A memory? An object? A story? A feeling? Perhaps it is a synthesis of all of these?
Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis through February 15, 2022 and, if they meet parameters of the submission guidelines, will be presented to jurors for possible inclusion in a virtual exhibition. Some submissions may be printed and displayed in-person as physical exhibition space allows. No fee. Original artworks are not limited by material, but must be able to be exhibited as a single high quality digital photograph due to the nature of the exhibition.
Please see the call details at: https://www.wilsonvillearts.org/calls-for-art
Image: Going Home
by Fritz von Uhde ca. 1889. Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Sedona Arts Center seeks art
'Souls of Forgotten Objects' coming in December
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Monday, October 18, 2021 at 12 p.m. Arizona time
Sedona (Arizona) Arts Center is seeking artists for the Souls of Forgotten Objects exhibit to take place December 1 -23, 2021 in the special exhibits gallery of the arts center.
About Souls of Forgotten Objects
Exploring the intersection between trash and treasure, Souls of Forgotten Objects
will include an exhibit, workshops and demonstrations that bring found or forgotten objects together to create something beautiful. Whether that is an old tree branch, bike tire, cardboard, colorful material, metal or paper, the exhibit welcomes artists to submit 2D or 3D work that takes these found or lost materials and turns them in to art. Curious, evocative, dynamic or meditative, SAC invites artists to think outside the box, canvas or convention in submitting pieces for exhibit.
Deadline to apply
- Monday, Oct. 18, 2021 – 12 p.m. Arizona Time – no late submissions will be accepted.
This is a national call, open to permanent citizens of the United States of America. Submitted work must have been created within the last five years. All eligible artists must be at least 18 years of age at the time of submission.
Only online submissions will be accepted. Artists may submit up to three works for consideration 2D and 3D work should be photographed and formatted to 72dpi, 1300 pixels on the longest edge. Actual work should not exceed 10’ tall x 6’ wide.
- Entry Fee: $30 for up to three entries.
- Commission Fees: Sedona Arts Center retains a 50% commission fee on all art sales in support of our nonprofit organization, programs and events.
Selected artists will receive notification of interest and invitation to exhibit their work. Final selection will be based upon the quality, strength, and feasibility of the proposed work.
Artists will provide licensing and reproduction rights, and permit the photography of artworks, including their use in promotional materials. All reasonable efforts will be made to credit the artist in promotions and when communicating with the media.
If your work is selected, you will receive further information at that time. Artists will be notified by email. Please do not call for results.
If artist is shipping work, artist must provide a return shipping container with a prepaid shipping label. SAC is not responsible for lost or damaged work caused by packing or shipping.
Every submission is appreciated and will be seriously considered.
Application & Selection Timing
October 18, 2021 Deadline for submissions
October 29, 2021 Artists notified of selection
November 24, 2021 If shipping, work must be at SAC
November 29, 2021 If dropping off, work must be delivered between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. at SAC
January 3, 2022 Work must be picked up from SAC – Shipped work will be returned
About the Juror: Geoffrey Gorman
Geoffrey has been leading workshops, hosting panel discussions, and giving presentations for artists and arts groups for more than twenty-five years. With his extensive background in the arts, he brings a unique, humorous and fresh perspective on the world of artists, galleries and the business of art.
Geoffrey currently is a practicing artist, creating his original found material sculptures in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He shows his work around the United States and has also exhibited in China and South Korea. Over the last several years his unique sculptures have been written about in the New York Post, Southwest Art, American Craft, American Style and Cloth, Paper, Scissors.
Growing up on an old plantation in the country outside of Baltimore, MD, he refers to a “Huck Finn-like” environment; old quarries, woods filled with animals, dilapidated barns and fallen houses. Geoffrey was surrounded by a wide variety of animal and human characters.
Going to a variety of art colleges eventually led Geoffrey into designing and building contemporary furniture. From there he became a gallery dealer, curated shows, was an art consultant and coach for artists before becoming a full-time artist.