Call for Participants Join Urbano Project and Teaching Artist Mary Teuscher for a new collaborative workshop series: Dance Sketch Book Portals! Our project with DSBP focuses on movement generation and will culminate in a video “performance.” Each participant will create their own small “dance sketchbook” of 2+ dance-for-camera pieces. As a workshop series, participants will be tasked with creating a story arc. Each dance is more like a journal entry. Drawing from my visual art practice, we will view this process as a “sketch book” – nothing is a final product. How can we embody stories, then transmit them through the virtual portal, from real time to recorded media? Learn more.
Deadline: November 26, 2022
Call to Artists The TILL Wave Gallery and The Watertown Art Association are Calling all Artists to submit artwork for an upcoming exhibit. SHOW US YOUR ART! There is no theme. All mediums accepted. This is a Call to Artists everywhere. Exhibit opens December 8, 2022 and runs through February 10, 2023. The Wave Gallery, 264 Arlington Street, Watertown, is an inclusive gallery encouraging artists to get their art out to the people. Learn more.
Deadline: November 30, 2022
Call for Entries Entries are being accepted for Cape Cod Museum of Art’s Annual Members’ Juried Exhibition. The theme of this year’s Annual Members’ Juried Exhibition is Happy Place. When you’re feeling sad or stressed, where do you go (in your mind or in person) to lift your spirits? Perhaps your Happy Place is not a place at all, but an activity? A person? A pet? A memory? This CCMoA Members’ Juried Exhibition is a unique opportunity to capture your Happy Place in a work of art and share it with others. Enter up to 3 artworks. Learn more.
Deadline: December 19, 2022
Exhibition Proposal Series Through our Exhibition Proposal Series (EPS), artists and curators of all experience levels have the opportunity to collaborate with Gallery 263 staff to organize and present polished, self-curated exhibitions in our 700 sq/ft storefront gallery. This series is Gallery 263’s main exhibition program, amounting to three shows annually, and is the only way to be considered for a proposed group or solo exhibition. Gallery 263 staff and board collectively review all submissions in a democratic process involving hours of thorough reviewing of each submission. Each review results in one exhibition selection. The selected exhibition will also be documented and archived in a virtual tour. In 2024, the Gallery 263 exhibitions director will curate a group exhibition exclusively featuring a select group of artists who submitted proposals to calls with deadlines in 2023 but were ultimately not chosen for an exhibition. Please note that submitting a proposal does not guarantee inclusion in this exhibition. Artists may opt out of this consideration process. Learn more.
Deadline: January 8, 2023 by 11:59pm
Artist Residency The Joshua Tree Highlands Artists Residency (JTHAR) is a nonprofit artist residency that awards an international community of artists the gifts of time and space amidst the extraordinary natural beauty of Joshua Tree National Park. Solo residencies of six weeks include scholarship funds, living accommodations, studio space designed to accommodate a broad range of artistic activity and open studio events. Artists selected for this program are at all stages of their careers and work in all media, including drawing, painting, photography, film, video, new media, installation, fiction and non fiction writing, interdisciplinary, social practice and architecture. Learn more.
Deadline: January 10, 2023, Midnight Central Mountain Time
Image credit: Mercury Capsule, MA-6, Friendship 7 (A19670176000) on exhibit in Milestones of Flight Hall (Gallery 100), Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC. June 17, 2016. Photo by Eric Long.