Call for Solo and Group Exhibits The Parish Center for the Arts in Westford, MA, invites artists to submit applications for solo and group exhibitions to be shown between October 2023 and June 2024. Submit an artist bio and several images of your artwork. If accepted, the artist(s) will display their work for one month. The PCA Gallery provides the gallery space and supports the artist for a successful exhibition. The artist retains 80% of all sales. Send applications or requests for additional information by emailing The PCA Gallery provides the gallery space and supports the artist for a successful exhibition. The artist retains 80% of all sales. Send applications or requests for additional information by emailing email@example.com.
Deadline: April 15, 2023
Call for Interdisciplinary Performers The Data Fluencies Theatre Project at Emerson College seeks interdisciplinary performers to join an artistic research team that will co-create a participatory, devised, hybrid multimedia performance that engages with AI systems. Performers will be involved as engaged collaborators and co-creators in the development process of the performance. The performance will seek to imagine and enact alternative socio-technical systems that strive towards pluriversal future-presents and ways of world-making. Learn more.
Deadline: April 1, 2023
Call for Tiny Art Artist Kim Carlino is seeking proposals for a new Public Art project she’s co-created in Northampton, Massachusetts. There are 5 TINY Galleries along the bike path. Learn more.
Deadline: April 6, 2023
Research Fellows Mass Humanities is seeking qualified candidates for two fellowship opportunities to conduct and synthesize research on the origins of the shared reading tradition of Frederick Douglass’ influential address, “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?”, both nationally and in Massachusetts, as well as research the life of Douglass in the Commonwealth. The research will be used by Mass Humanities to support the forthcoming launch of a website and national resource for Frederick Douglass readings. Application to become a Reading Frederick Douglass Together Summer Fellow are open with proposals and interviews to occur on a rolling basis from now through April 21, 2023. Learn more.
Artists, Designers: Create Temporary Shade Structures To Address Warming World Cambridge Arts and the City of Cambridge are looking for three artists or interdisciplinary teams to create temporary shade structures that also serve as places for community gathering. For our Shade is Social Justice program, we’re seeking projects that provide cooling for people in our warming world and use the power of design to prompt imagination, community-building, and action addressing climate change in cities. Each approved project will receive a budget of approximately $27,000. Learn more.
Deadline: April 24, 2023
Call to Artists Danforth Art is now accepting submissions for their annual juried exhibitions. Emerging and established artists in all media are invited to submit work. Learn more.
Deadline: April 30, 2023
Exhibit Proposals The Newton Free Library has announced their call to artists for January – June, 2024 shows. As one of the busiest public library buildings in Massachusetts, our two galleries are highly sought after, well-loved by library patrons and prominently located on the first floor. We welcome applications from New England region artists showing works that are compatible with the Walker Display system. Artists from a variety of ethnicities and life experiences are encouraged to apply. Results will be released by Friday, September 15, 2023. For information contact Ellen: firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more.
Deadline: July 14, 2023 at 11:59PM
Call to Artists & Musicians The Chair City Conceptual Forefront Art Festival has announced a call for artists and musicians (May 6, 2023, rain date May 7, 2023 at downtown Gardner, Orpheum Park, 34 Parker St.). Join us for the first ever arts festival in downtown Gardner to display and sell your artwork or showcase your musical abilities for all in attendance. There is no cost associated with the event and will provide an opportunity to have your talents seen and appreciated! There are three ways to be involved in the event: 1) Set up a table in downtown to showcase and sell your works. If desired paint/sculpt/draw/etc. on site so people can watch you work 2) If you are a musician or singer, perform during the event and bring business cards for attendees to contact you after to perform at their events. 3) For artists who are willing to teach a couple of workshops – there will be creation stations set up for small groups throughout the event. If you are interested in being a part of the event, and/or want more information, contact Jessica DeRoy at email@example.com or Sophie Dorow at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Image credit: Alexandre Calame (painter) Swiss, 1810 – 1864, Fallen Tree, oil on paper on canvas, 9 13/16 x 16 1/8 in. From the collection of the National Gallery of Art.