The Boston Center for the Arts is accepting submissions for their 21st Drawing Show. Deadline: August 12, 2009
It was bound to happen. BRAVO is conducting casting calls to contemporary artists for a new show they are producing called the Untitled Art Project. So if you’re into competitive challenges with other artists and dream of being a reality television star, then your opportunity to reach that elusive 15 minutes of fame is right in front of you (Andy was right). The producers (including Sarah Jessica Parker a.k.a. Carrie Bradshaw) apparently are interested in making a show whereby someone “conquers the art world” (whatever that means).
Speaking of fame, the theme of upcoming Boston Biennial Project is cleverly and lovingly self-referential; it’s all about biennials. And when we say lovingly, we mean it in the narcissistic sort of loving way. The organizers of the Boston Biennial Project say it will focus on “all the aspiration and greed, sublime insight and cheap self-aggrandizement, profundity and narcissism that biennials have come to represent.” The show will be juried from actual work. Drop off is at the Atlantic Works Gallery, top floor, 80 Border Street, East Boston, MA, July 31 and August 1, 2-7 P.M. For more information, email thebostonbiennialTBP@gmail.com
For all you card catalogue and ISBN number loving bibliophiles, here’s an opportunity to exhibit your artwork at the Thomas Crane Pubic Library in Quincy.