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Artist Opportunities #254

Zebras - Rosemary Covey
Wood engraving by Art League instructor Rosemary Covey (see her summer workshop here)

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

“You have to know how to accept rejection and reject acceptance.” — Ray Bradbury

VCCA residencies

Deadline: January 15, May 15, September 15. Visual artists can apply now for residencies at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. More about the residencies →

2-D art

Deadline: February 12. Fresh Paint Magazine is looking for submissions from emerging and mid-career artists for our juried April 2015 Issue. Artists working in two dimensional fine art disciplines (except photography) are welcome to submit their work. Juror: Margaret Winslow. More about the magazine →

Emulsion at East City Art

Deadline: February 15. This call for entry is open to all residents 18 years of age or over who reside or create art within 50 miles of East City Art’s headquarters located at 922 G Street SE. Artworks in all media are eligible; the theme is “Emulsion.” Download the prospectus (PDF) →

Bethesda Church

Deadline: Rolling. River Road Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Bethesda, Maryland encourages local artists to exhibit their work in its Fellowship Hall.  Artists do not have to be congregation members.  There is no fee to exhibit or to apply for an exhibit, but RRUUC receives 20% of the final total of all sales. The Fellowship Hall provides two full walls with approximately 60 feet of wall space available for hanging art. Another wall of glass provides excellent daylight illumination.  Focus lights provide illumination for approximately 47 feet of wall space. Each exhibit is up for about six weeks. More about becoming an exhibitor →

Interactivity: Sight and Sound

Deadline: April 17. Sounds, music or voices seen as colors is referred to as synesthesia. Artists are invited to consider this concept and propose an exhibit of works that might connote or express it for an exhibit at Montgomery College. More about “Interactivity: Sight and Sound” →

Don’t forget: Torpedo Factory opportunities

Deadline: January 28. Want to exhibit at the Torpedo Factory? Check out the annual Torpedo Factory jury and the Visiting Artist Program, which both have the same deadline in a couple weeks.

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