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Artist Opportunities #341

Autumn's Last Leaf by Art League instructor Clara Graves.
Autumn’s Last Leaf by Art League instructor Clara Graves.

On Tuesdays, 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.

Artomatic Potomac Park

Deadline: First come, first served. Artomatic 2016 is a five-week long art festival in Montgomery County, MD. Artomatic is not juried; participation is based on a first-come basis and no one needs to see your art in advance. It’s open to all artists 18 and older.

Ipseity

Deadline: November 13. “Ipseity” is defined as individual identity or selfhood.  This all-media exhibition at Target Gallery (Alexandria, VA) invites national and international artists to submit work that explores this concept of individual identity through works that contextualize themes of race, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, religion, disability and all other ‘labels’ we might use to identify ourselves.

Reimagine Dada

Deadline: November 17. Are you a dada enthusiast and looking to show your work to celebrate the 100th anniversary of dadaism? The Hugo Ball is looking for artists that work in the visual arts, burlesque, sideshow, poetry, performance, music, etc. to submit their proposal for the show.

Fellowship: Center for Emerging Visual Artists

Deadline: December 15. The 2017 CFEVA Visual Artist Fellowship application is now available. Emerging, mid-career, and established visual artists are encouraged to apply. The Visual Artist Fellowship is designed to help artists within 150 miles of Philadelphia reach new levels in their careers. Three artists will receive a full range of career support during the two-year Fellowship period, including a $1,000 stipend and up to $3,000 for project expenses. Applicants are also eligible for CFEVA exhibitions, sales, and teaching opportunities.


Re-runs: These announcements have been posted here before, but it’s not too late to enter!

Sitar Arts Center

Drop-off dates: October 17–22. Sitar Arts Center celebrates arts in the community with ourseventh annual juried exhibition. The exhibition will showcase work from local artists, including student and parent artists from the Sitar community in a variety of mediums. This year’s theme is Heart of the City. Images must be appropriate for school-aged children.

Baltimore-area artists

Deadline: October 22. Maryland Art Place, in partnership with the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore will produce a small exhibition at the reception of the 45th Annual Monument Lighting this December (scroll down to see this opportunity). The work will be on display for one night during a private exhibition and exclusive after party. Exhibition attendance is expected to reach up to 175 guests.

Fine art photography

Deadline: October 26. For “Singular/Signature,” juried by Alyssa Coppelman, the Center for Fine Art Photography (Fort Collins, CO) is looking for your most impactful images.

Anything Goes

Artwork dropoff: October 29. Towson Arts Collective (MD) is holding its Anything Goes Salon and Sale from November 3 to 19, 2016.

Nebraska residency

Deadline: November 1. The LUX Center for the Arts in Lincoln, Nebraska is currently accepting applications for an artist-in-residence. One residency is available in painting, drawing, metals, fibers, or mixed media. A Master of Fine Arts is preferred, but not required. A desire to teach is a must.

Under $500

Deadline: November 1. Maryland Art Place is seeking artists for “Under $500”, our upcoming winter benefit exhibition. On Friday, December 9 and Saturday, December 10, 2016, this two-day event will promote the sale of artwork by artists in the Maryland region.

Women’s Caucus for Art

Deadline: November 3.  The Women’s Caucus for Art, District of Columbia Chapter has issued a call for entries for a juried show at Artists and Makers Galleries in Rockville, MD.  Rebecca Cross, owner of the Cross MacKenzie Gallery in Georgetown, will jury the show. Women artists working in all 2D and 3D media may submit up to three works of art.

Fellowships for Virginia artists

Deadline: November 4. In summer 2016, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is accepting applications for 2017–2018 fellowships. Professional artists, graduate and undergraduate art students, graduate art history students, and college-bound high school seniors may apply.

Virginia artists

Deadline: November 27. Virginia artists are invited to submit works for the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art’s annual juried exhibition, New Waves 2017. Work in all artistic mediums and made between the years of 2013-2016 is accepted for review.

Shelter

Deadline: December 1. For “Shelter: Creating a Safe Home,” Contemporary Craft (Pittsburgh, PA) is currently seeking artists whose work reflects an interest in topics related to home, shelter, homelessness and displacement.

Habits

Deadline: December 16. Open to Art League exhibiting artist members only. For “Habits” at The Art League, artists are encouraged to examine habits, patterns, routines, and rituals – either in the context of their own lives, their own artwork, different cultures, or humanity as a whole. Juror: Rebecca Chaperon.

Arts instructors

Deadline: ongoing. Arts on a Roll, a program of the Prince George’s County (MD) Department of Parks and Recreation is a mobile, on-demand arts service that can be booked for events and recurring workshops. The goal of this program is to provide engaging and affordable arts services to people of all ages. The program is currently seeking teaching artists in the areas of Visual Arts, Dance, Digital Media, Poetry/Spoken Word/Storytelling, and Theatre.

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