Doing Your Dirty Work – SF

Doing Your Dirty Work is the first annual group exhibition at the Center for Sex and Culture in San Francisco, California. We invite all artists that are at least 18 years old to submit recent artwork that deals with themes of sexuality, sexual identity and gender identity. Submissions are due at midnight, May 15th, 2012. … Continue reading

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University City Library, St. Louis

2012-2013 SEASON CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS THE GALLERY of the University City Public Library is seeking applicants for juried one-month shows for our 31st season. Our large dedicated exhibition space of 1250 sq. ft. is suitable only for wall-mounted work. We are not able to accommodate free-standing pieces or works requiring display cases. Applicants should be … Continue reading

UC Clermont; Seeking Exhibition Proposals

CALL TO ARTISTS In winter 2012 the Park National Bank Art Gallery will accept applications for its juried art gallery season.  Our beautiful and spacious 1,000 foot gallery is ideally suited to a variety of art exhibits such as painting, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry and more.  The gallery is situated in a highly visible area in … Continue reading

Jasper Arts: Call for Artists

Public art gallery is reviewing portfolios for solo and group shows for 2013. All media. No fees. Professional, non-student artists only. Artwork must be presented in a professional manner. Gallery provides invitations, press releases, honorarium, insurance coverage on-site, and reception where needed. Artist is responsible for framing, shipping and/or delivery. 30% commission. Send 10 images … Continue reading

Repositioning the Gaze in an Age of Voyeurism

Throughout the history of art, theorists and philosophers have tried to negotiate the visual and conceptual relationship that exists between a work of art and the viewer’s gaze. What has fueled much of this debate is the argument that because the gaze inherently signifies possession, and can therefore be tied to certain power structures, it … Continue reading