At McColl Center for Visual Art, great opportunities for artists often come across our desks. And we in turn make every effort to pass along those opportunities. Postings will include opportunities from right here at the Center as well as calls regionally, nationally and even internationally. Check this page for calls for submissions, proposals and more.
McColl Center for Visual Art - Artist-in-Residence and Affiliate Artists Program
The Center accepts applications from emerging, mid-career and senior level artists for each of its residency programs. Programs include Artist-in-Residence, Environmental Artist-in-Residence, Carolinas Healthcare Artist-in-Residence, UNC Charlotte Artist-in-Residence, Gantt Center Artist-in-Residence, Art Teacher-in-Residence, and Affiliate Artist. Click here
for more information and applications for each.
Other Opportunities:'YOU BE THE JUDGE' JURIED COMPETITION
The "You be the Judge" art contest 2013 is an online representational art competition that encourages viewers to participate by giving them the opportunity to vote for their favorite paintings throughout the duration of the contest, ultimately deciding who the Grand Prize winner will be. Find out more here
.APPLY FOR WOAS RALEIGH 2013
The World of Art Showcase presents WOAS RALEIGH 2013. A high quality fine art show that brings 100 artists of all disciplines and from all over the world together in one location. This event brings the artist to the forefront and puts them in direct contact with the audience, offering exposure on an international level. Adorned with lavish openings and receptions WOAS RALEIGH 2013 will be an art event that cannot be missed. Be among one of the participating artists and submit your application today!
Open call for artists of all disciplines
for application requirements
Deadline: June 1st, 2013CALDERA CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: 2014 ARTIST IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM
SISTERS, OR Caldera is pleased to announce a call for applications for its 2014 Artist in Residence program. Every winter from January through March, creative individuals and collaborative groups from all over the world are welcomed to Caldera Arts Center in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains near Sisters, Oregon for one-month long residencies. Because we believe a range of backgrounds enhances the communal experience, residencies are open to national and international artists of any discipline, as well as creative thinkers in engineering, design and the sciences who have emerged and established themselves beyond university training. The application deadline is June 15, 2013. Click here
to apply.CREATIVE CAPITAL WEBINARS FOR ARTISTS
can now access selected workshop content at home, in the studio or
wherever there is a computer with internet access! Learn what you can
do now to improve your career as an artist. Click here
to view the webinar calendar.
Visual Arts Round Table, with Saul Ostrow & Matthew Deleget
Monday, March 25, 7:00-8:30pm ESTMore Information >>Register Now >>
Webinars are $25 each.
All webinars are interactive and allow time for participants to ask questions.
To participate, all you need is access to a computer with speakers and an Internet connection (hard-wired preferred). There is no special software needed.HARPO FOUNDATION GRANT PROGRAM
Harpo Foundation uses a 2-step application process to review proposals submitted by artists and non-profit institutions and fiscal sponsors who seek support on behalf of artists. Foundation considers proposals that directly support the production of new work by visual artists and/or collaborative teams who are under recognized by the field. This production may happen in the context of an installation, public intervention, residency, or exhibition. The foundation awards between 10-15 grants annually and funding decisions are made by the Board of Directors. As a general guideline, requests should not exceed $10,000 per year. Grants made to non-profit organizations must be used for direct project costs related to artist honoraria, commissioning fees, production costs, and travel. Letter of Inquiry Deadline: April 5, 2013. Find out more here
.STUDIO SPACE AT HART WITZEN
STUDIO AVAILABLE NOW: Studio #12 - 12' X 30' plus loft with 18' high ceiling $550 per month with a one year lease - includes utilities and wifi. AVAILABLE APRIL 1. Studio #18 - 50' x 20' with 10' high ceiling $850 per month with a one year lease - includes utilities and wifi. About Hart Witzen: 18 private studio surrounding a 5000 sq. ft. gallery space that morphs into an event space, theater or gallery. Perfect for artists and small business interested in a creative environment. Rent includes utilities and WiFi. more info here
. CALL FOR ENTRIES: APPLY FOR ARTSPACE ARTISTS ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPDEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: APRIL 2, 2013
Raleigh, NC -- Artspace Artists Association (AAA) is an organization of artists working together to promote growth of the individual artist, to provide an environment of interaction with other artists and with the public, and to foster the mission of Artspace. Professional artists interested in becoming a member of the Artspace Artists Association are invited to apply. Artists must submit applications through www.callforentry.org
(CaFÉ). There is a $30 application fee. Applications undergo a two-stage jury process. In both stages of jurying, the jurors will be looking for professionalism and quality of work. The criteria includes: competence, visual impact and a distinct body of work, as well as evidence in resume and written information of professional work as an artist. For complete guidelines or inquiries, visit www.artspacenc.org
, call 919.821.2787, or email email@example.com
.UPCOMING EVENTS WITH THE LIGHT FACTORY
Submit your work to The Light Factory Sixth Juried Annuale. The Juror this year is close to home: Dr. Kathleen V. Jameson, President & CEO of The Mint Museum of Art, right here in Charlotte. The deadline for entries is March 29. More details here
CREATIVE CAPITAL WEBINARS FOR ARTISTS
Artists can now access selected workshop content at home, in the studio or wherever there is a computer with internet access! Learn what you can do now to improve your career as an artist. Click here
to view the webinar calendar.CALL FOR 2014 SITE-SPECIFIC ARTIST INSTALLATIONS AT EASTERN STATE PENITENTIARY HISTORIC SITE
Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site in Philadelphia is currently accepting proposals for its 2014 season of site-specific artist installations. Maximum funding is $7,500 per project. The deadline for proposals is June 13, 2013. For guidelines, helpful hints, and FAQs, click here
New openings at FABO (Fabulous Art Buying Opportunities) for some new artists of all mediums. For more info click here
.CALL TO ARTISTS: ENERGIZE EPICENTRE WITH WORKING ARTISTS, ART EVENTS AND ART VENDORS
Located at the intersection of Trade and College Streets, EpiCentre is in the heart of vibrant uptown Charlotte, just blocks away from prominent businesses and venues such as Bank of America Corporate Center, Time Warner Cable Arena, Charlotte Convention Center and the new NASCAR Hall of Fame and Museum. Best of all, EpiCentre is easily accessible from anywhere, including a convenient stop on the LYNX Blue Line. EpiCentre is currently seeking artists to participate in the following programs: 2nd Friday ArtWalk, Art Everywhere, Plaza Activation Program and Specialty Leasing Bazaar. Email Ed.firstname.lastname@example.org
for complete information.CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: CHARLOTTE VIEWPOINT
Charlotte Viewpoint is seeking fiction and poetry that expands our understanding. Contributions should not exceed 1500 words. We do accept previously published work for our Fiction & Poetry. The author retains ownership and copyright of their work and may re-publish their work elsewhere subject to Charlotte Viewpoint. Please visit our website at www.charlotteviewpoint.org
to submit your work for consideration.