Bon Appétit
Linus Galleries
Posted: 3/3/15
There are many layers regarding the topic of food. From its traditional purpose, that it sustains us and delights all of our senses, to the political aspect of food, such as animal cruelty, Genetically Modified Organisms and overabundance. In this call we want to see art that can depict any aspect concerning food and/or food politics!
Culture Collective
Linus Galleries
Posted: 3/3/15
Cultures can be anything from a collective of humans, or animals, or bacteria that thrive through various associations such as nature, religion, government, internet and business. We live with each other in communes that rely on one other daily, and we are affected by our cultures whether they are defined by the parameters of what each entity is willing to do to maintain or oppose their particular culture. Share with us your depictions of what you feel represents culture, in any sense or form that it may take.
Posted: 3/2/15
Looking for a test site and funding for materials.
Black Box 2.0
Aktionsart
Posted: 3/2/15
Call For Entry // Black Box 2.0
Posted: 3/1/15
Rubix Artist Engagement Program: Request for proposals for permanent art placement in new Capitol Hill apartments
Posted: 2/24/15
Creative Divergents Showcases are open to anyone, internationally. All subjects, styles, and media are welcome.
Exhibition Proposal
New Mexico State University Art Gallery
Posted: 2/23/15
The NMSU University Art Gallery invites proposals for solo, group, and curated exhibitions, open to all media
Banner Project- Re:Visioning the West
New Mexico State University Art Gallery
Posted: 2/23/15
The NMSU University Art Gallery invites artists of all levels, ages, and locations to submit digital files of original works in consideration for our UAG Biannual Banner Project
Posted: 2/19/15
Shoreline City Hall seeks proposals from independent curators for small exhibitions. $500 Honorarium.
Posted: 2/19/15
Before modern science, many unexplainable aspects of life were interpreted through cultural superstitions and oral traditions, of which some of these stories, or derivatives of them, still exist today. In this call we want to see art that depicts your interpretation of a myth, or elements of a myth, defined by either their historical or modern contexts.