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Artist Opportunities: January 28, 2014

This week's banner image is a detail from Everett's Barn by silk screen instructor Nancy McIntyre.
This week’s banner image is a detail from Everett’s Barn by silk screen instructor Nancy McIntyre.

See below for deadlines, calls for artists, residencies, and more. You can click here to see past opportunities posts. Good luck!

Self-Portraits at Target Gallery
Deadline: February 24. Target Gallery presents Identification, an all-media self-portrait exhibition exploring alternative definitions of self through the juxtaposition of the artists’ objective and subjective identities. Artists are asked to submit a standardized 4×4 photo of themselves to exhibit along side of the artwork. More on the exhibit →

Art of Stewardship
Deadline: February 28. Howard County Conservancy is issuing a call for artists working in two-dimensional art/photography and outdoor sculpture; focusing on the artist as an environmental activist in stewarding our Earth. More on the exhibit →

Hamiltonian Fellowship
Deadline: March 1. The 7th annual open call to the Hamiltonian Artists Fellowship is now open. Advancing the professional development of emerging visual artists, the two-year program serves as a critical steppingstone for the next generation of contemporary artists in Washington, DC. More on the fellowship →

America’s Next Top Master Artist
Deadline: March 14. Kicking off on the Gateway Arts District Spring 2014 Open Studios Day, Project America’s Next Top Master Artist is an elimination-style exhibition presented in three rounds at Brentwood Arts Exchange. The winner receives $500 and a solo exhibition at Brentwood Arts Exchange. More on the exhibit →

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