Soapbox Gallery, Brooklyn; 2013-14 season

Soapbox Gallery seeks artists for its 2013-2014 season. Visual arts, installations and performance works will be considered. We are looking for works that tackle issues of our world, and that can help create awareness and dialogue around these issues. Write to with your proposal and any questions. Please include work samples, an artist statement, … Continue reading

Art In Nature and the Environment

Davidson County Community College, Lexington, NC, fall show, artist installed, no fees, insured. Seeking 2D and 3D art representing nature and the environment including environmental issues of today. Entry due August 1st Show runs Aug.30 til mid Dec. Installation: Week of Aug. 26. Send email to Barb Cullen at for full information.

Solo exhibition Cecelia Coker Bell Gallery, SC

The Cecelia Coker Bell Gallery is reviewing for 5 solo exhibitions in the 2014/15 season. Send 10-15 jpg images, image list, & CV on a CD to Larry Merriman, Coker College Art Dept., 300 E. College Ave., Hartsville, SC 29550 (SASE if you want it back), or upload images to & share folder. Gallery … Continue reading

D.C. Washington Printmakers Gallery

  Press Room Mini-Solo Exhibition Call for Entries Deadline: August 17, 2013   Washington Printmakers Gallery seeks U.S. resident artists (18 and older) creating hand-pulled prints, handmade paper, and/or book arts interested in submitting proposals for month-long exhibitions in the Press Room, an exhibition space within WPG, for the 2014 season. 75% of work to … Continue reading

Protest project

Personal Service Announcement project is a way “to use art as a tool to push thinking on how we feel we have access to the government. Or don’t have access.” For the project, Emily Squires she is marching on Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the executive mansion holding signs that proclaim just about any sort … Continue reading

One Strange Bird – art workshops

Chicago, IL Join us for art classes in Chicago! Our BYOB art workshops are a great place to learn a new skill, meet new people, and make something you will be proud of.  No experience or skills needed.  Just bring your creative side, some friends, and drinks. Designed to be affordable and flexible, our single … Continue reading

High (realism’s realism)

An International Competitive Gallery Exhibit of Contemporary Realism Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio Deadline for Entry: December 17, 2012 Within the genre of realism one finds subcategories of photo-realism, hyper-realism, and various other nuanced versions of the practice. Manifest announces this broad call in order to survey how contemporary artists approach such work, possibly in unexpected ways, and to present … Continue reading

The National Society of Arts and Letters; ART: PRINTMAKING competition

Chapter Deadline for Applications: February 15, 2013 Chapter Awards: First Place $2,000 plus an expenses-paid trip to the National Competition in Pittsburgh, PA, May 14-19, 2013; Second Place $1,000; and Third Place $750. National Competition Winners receive awards of up to $15,000. Competition contestants must be between the ages of 18 and 29 years old … Continue reading

The Sketchbook Project 2013

The Sketchbook Project is a global, crowd-sourced art project where participants from all walks of life are sent a sketchbook and have until January 15 to fill the pages and return it for inclusion in a traveling exhibition and permanent collection at The Brooklyn Art Library. The cost is $25, and the sign-up deadline is … Continue reading


DEADLINE: Wed, November 07, 2012 EXHIBITION: Dec. 8th to Jan. 6th, 2013 We ask artists to respond to the concept of “Apocalypse”. The Mayan Calendar ends December 21, 2012 after 5000 years. What does it mean? Religions, Science, Pseudoscience, prophesies offer endless scenarios of Apocalypse, End Times or the dawn of a New Age of … Continue reading