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Artist Opportunities: September 24, 2013

artist-opportunities-webSee below for details on upcoming exhibits to enter and other announcements.  You can click the image above to view past opportunities posts. (This week’s banner: detail from a drawing by Art League instructor Rob Liberace.)

FotoDC International Awards Competition
Deadline: Tonight, September 24, by midnight. Now in its sixth year, the FotoDC International Awards Competition continues to innovate and find new ways to engage and honor photographers from our region and around the world. More about the competition >

Studio space: Alexandria
Art studio available with onsite free parking and 24/7 access. Each artist has a key to the building’s main entrance and a studio key. All studios have full spectrum lighting with a color temperature matching sunlight. The building has nine studios ranging in size from 197 to 1,064 sq. ft. and a larger industrial space is available for a commercial artist or group of artists. Near intersection of Duke Street and S. Quaker Lane (2.5 miles from Torpedo Factory). Contact Liz Boynton 703-759-4227, cell 703-638-8369, ehboynton@gmail.com.

Studio space: Bethesda
Deadline: September 27. The Bethesda Urban Partnership and Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District are opening Studio B located at 7475 Wisconsin Avenue in downtown Bethesda.  Studio B will feature three artist studio spaces available to artists who reside in Maryland, Washington, D.C. or Virginia.  Studios will be available for occupancy beginning in late fall 2013. More about this studio space >

Corcoran Community Art Fair
Deadline: October 5. The Corcoran’s second annual Community Art Fair is a juried exhibition and sale of fine arts and crafts made by D.C.-area artists. More about the art fair >

Residency
Deadline: November 29. Sandy Spring Museum in Sandy Spring, MD has issued an open call for proposals for residencies starting the winter of 2014.  Artists may be visual, literary, performing, or multidisciplinary. More about the residency >

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