Filmmakers The Boston International Film Festival (April 16-21, 2019) is currently accepting entries. The festival strives to bring together in Boston local, national and international filmmakers by promoting the world’s most artistic and creative independent and experimental films. Learn more.
Deadlines: For Features, December 6, 2019; Extended deadline for Shorts December 20, 2019
Call to Artist Entries are currently being accepted for the 41st Annual Juried Art Exhibition at the Monmouth Museum. They are accepting artwork of all media and styles to feature in our Main Gallery. The juror is Grace Graupe-Pillard. Learn more.
Deadline: December 10, 2019
Call for Proposals ArtsWorcester seeks applications for Material Needs Grants. These grants support the expenses of supplies and materials for the creation of new art in Worcester County. Proposals are evaluated by an outside committee, all media accepted. Awards will be made by the end of January, 2020. Learn more.
Deadline: Monday, January 6, 2020
Fellowships for Studios at MASS MoCA Residencies Assets for ArRtists is offering artist fellowships to applicants for the Studios at MASS MoCA’s Spring/ Summer 2020 residency season (residencies April – October 2020). Fellowships are offered for Puerto Rico artists, current or recent MFA students from 10 different grad programs, and Massachusetts writers. Learn more.
Deadline: January 8, 2020
Call to Sculptors ArtsWorcester invites submissions of sculpture that interact with ideas of weight and/or weightlessness, both conceptually and materially. Sculpture in any media is eligible for consideration. Artists may submit up to two works. Lisa Crossman, PhD, Curator at the Fitchburg Art Museum, will serve as juror. Five hundred dollars in prizes will also be awarded, and winners will be announced at the opening. Learn more.
Deadline: Thursday, January 9, 2020
Call for Artists The Community Arts Initiative Artist Project has announced a request for proposals. The Artist Project is an annual collaboration between the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and 12 after school community organizations located in the Boston area. The selected artist and children from each partner organization create a collaborative work of art inspired by the MFA’s encyclopedic collection. The Artist project also engages students with the Museum?s collection through a series of group visits culminating in the thematic exhibition conceived, designed and led by the jury-selected artist. During a ten-month process, the selected artist guides and collaborates with children 6 -12 to create a final exhibition on view during the summer after its completion. The completed project is exhibited in the Edward H. Linde Gallery in the Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art at the MFA. The MFA provides the selected artist a stipend of $25,000 and a budget of $5,000 for materials. Learn more. Or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org Leave your name and email to learn more about the current artist information session recording as an additional reference.
Deadline: January 17, 2020
Call to Artists The R.W. Kern Center, Hampshire College, Amherst, is seeking artists interested in showcasing their work at an exhibition/performance, “The Illusion of Away: what really happens to our waste.” For most of us, our waste is hidden. Trash is taken away to an unseen landfill, waste water is processed in facilities far away from us, air pollutants are discharged in neighborhoods far removed from the public eye; this invisibility prevents us from conceptualizing our impact. Most of us have no sense of where our waste goes, how much waste we produce, or the legacy of our waste after we are gone. Learn more.
Deadline: February 3rd 2020
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Image credit: Photograph of Barbara Jordan and Charles B. Rangel looking over a copy of the Constitution of the United States during the Nixon-Watergate impeachment hearings for the House Judiciary Committee. From the The Barbara C. Jordan Archives at Texas Southern University.