Artist Opportunities #272

Monoprint by Art League instructor Pamela Day.

Monoprint by Art League instructor Pamela Day.

Every Tuesday, we gather a variety of artist opportunities around the DC area and beyond. Find one below and enter today — good luck! Click here for recent opportunities posts, and submit your opportunity listing here.

Studio space – Falls Church

Art and Frame of Falls Church has moved to a new space and now has space available for artist studios. Each studio has its own door, window, utilities included, and 24/7 access.  While visitors can come in anytime the shop is open, there are monthly events (FIRSTfriday of Falls Church) during which all artists can open their studio for public viewing.  Pricing with a year sublease range from $55 to $850 per month. More about the studios →

Photography exhibit

Deadline: May 27. For their 29th annual juried exhibit, the Frederick Camera Clique is looking to showcase the full range of subject matter that photographers in the region capture with their cameras. More about this exhibit →

Cast art

Deadline: June 1. The Glen Echo Park Partnership is accepting entries for the exhibition Casting Call, August 1 through 30, 2015 in the Stone Tower Gallery at Glen Echo Park. Original artwork will be accepted comprised of minimally 50% cast material, any medium.  The work can be wall hanging or freestanding, kinetic or static. The work cannot require drilling into or augmenting the gallery’s walls or structure in any way.  More about the exhibit →

Exhibit in retail space

Deadline: June 7. Washington Project for the Arts is pleased to invite artists to submit proposals for an exhibition in the new Shinola store gallery on 14th and R Street in Logan Circle. Artists with pre-existing work with a minimalist approach that shares Shinola’s aesthetic and vision for a community that thrives though excellence of craft and pride of work are invited to apply. More about this call for artists →

Outer space

Deadline: June 21. Other Worlds, Other Stories is a group exhibition curated by Jeffry Cudlin. WPA seeks work by contemporary artists thinking deeply about outer space: how humans will travel there in the future, what they will find, and how life after Earth could transform us as a society and as a species. More about this exhibit →

Small works

Deadline: July 1. Now in its 16th year, the Will’s Creek Exhibition is a national, juried exhibition of contemporary art work from across the country. This annual show is presented by the Allegany Arts Council and held in the Saville Gallery in Cumberland, Maryland. The theme for this year’s exhibition is “One Cubed.” The entirety of the artwork, including the frame or supports, must fit inside a 1 foot by 1 foot by 1 foot volume or a 1 foot by 1 foot area. More about the exhibit →

Wings from Chains

Deadline: December 18. Wings From Chains at the Athenaeum in Alexandria invites artists to consider women’s roles and responsibilities in society — yesterday, today, and tomorrow — and explore the transformation from oppression to liberation, shame to pride, or drudgery into art.  Contemporary, historical, stereotypical, and fictional references are all welcome. This exhibition is timed to coincide with the annual meeting of the Women’s Caucus for Art in Washington, DC in February, 2016. More about the exhibit →

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