Specific Environments: Landscape as Metaphor

The Fort Collins Lincoln Center invites visual artists living in the United States and working in any media to enter Specific Environments: Landscape as Metaphor, a national juried art exhibit with an invitational component. This is not your typical landscape show, but is deeply tied to how we experience and interpret our relationship to the … Continue reading

Denver public art

Fee: $25.00 (Public Art Cherry Creek (PAAC)) Entry Deadline: 8/17/11 Colorado artists only Public Art Cherry Creek (PACC) The Cherry Creek Arts Festival Organization’s 501c3 non-profit mission is to provide access to art experiences and support art education. The home of the Arts Festival for the past twenty-one years has been the Cherry Creek North … Continue reading

City of Denver: West Denver Library

Arts & Venues Denver (formerly the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs [DOCA]) seeks to commission an artist or team of artists to create site-specific artwork for the West Denver Branch Library, a new facility being built at Colfax Avenue and Irving Street in Denver, Colorado. The funding currently designated for public art at the site … Continue reading

Northglenn Colorado: Skate Park Art Project

Northglenn Arts and Humanities Foundation (NAHF) invites proposals from artists (individual or teams) to design, fabricate, and install artwork for the new Don Animas Memorial Skate Park in E. B Rains Jr. Memorial Park in Northglenn to be built in summer 2011. Designed by nationally-known skate park designers, Team Pain, the Skate Park will include … Continue reading

Redline 2011 Application for Artists-in-Residence Program

Denver, Colorado Entry Fee: $30.00 Entry Deadline: 7/5/11 RedLine is excited to announce our 2011 Artists-in-Residence call for entry. Artists working in all mediums are welcome, which includes but is not limited to writers, filmmakers, actors, visual artists, dancers. RedLine seeks to represent all creative mediums within our 19 resident artist studio spaces. RedLine engages … Continue reading