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Artist Opportunities: October 29, 2013


See below for details on upcoming exhibits and other calls for artists. You can click on the banner above to view past opportunities posts. This week’s banner image: detail from a stained glass panel by Art League instructor Jimmy Powers.

In case you missed it, check out our post from last week about solo exhibit venues in the DC area. And don’t forget that the deadline to enter Art in City Hall is this Thursday. Good luck!

Industrial workspace
A metal artist in Maryland has a 400 square foot space to sublet. See his post on artdc.org for contact info. More about the space →

Advent calendar
Deadline: November 1. The Art League’s neighbor on Union Street, the Christmas Attic, needs artists for its annual advent calendar. From December 1 to 25, each day at sundown, the store will reveal “advent art” featuring a variety of holiday creations by local organizations and artists. During the month of December, the canvases of advent art will be available for auction, with proceeds benefiting local non-profit The Reading Connection. The Reading Connection is dedicated to improving the lives of at-risk children and families by helping them create and sustain literacy-rich environments and motivation for reading. More about the exhibit →

Public Art Committee
The Alexandria Commission for the Arts is seeking volunteers who reside or work within the City of Alexandria to serve on the Public Art Committee. Applications must be received no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, November 8, 2013. More about the position →

Virginia artists
Deadline: December 1. Artists residing in the state of Virginia are invited to submit works for the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art’s (MOCA) annual juried exhibition, “New Waves 2014.” More about the exhibit →

Glenview Mansion 2015 exhibit
Deadline: January 19, 2014. The Glenview Mansion Art Gallery in Rockville, Maryland is accepting entries for the 2015 exhibit schedule. Entry is open to artists working or living in the greater DC metro area. More about the exhibit →

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