Call to Mural Artists
Meridian International Center
Posted: 2/5/15
Meridian International Center — a non-profit based in Washington, D.C. — is now accepting applications for the 2015-2016 Community Engagement through the Arts Exchange Program for American mural artists.
Festival Poster Contest
Nature Consortium
Posted: 2/10/15
Submit Your Artwork for the Arts in Nature Festival
Black & White 2015 | INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CALL
The Center for Fine Art Photography
Posted: 2/4/15
Black & White with juror Roy L. Flukinger, Call for Entry at The Center for Fine Art Photography. We welcome all artist interpretations on this theme. Awards given. All capture types and photographic processes are welcome. Mr. Flukinger is the Senior Research Curator at the Harry Ransom Center. He has produced nearly 50 exhibitions ranging from classical photo-history to contemporary photography. The Center for Fine Art Photography is a nonprofit 501(C)(3) arts organization. Entries are due March 18th, 2015. More info at C4FAP.ORG
Posted: 2/3/15
Call for Artists Miniature Show
Posted: 2/3/15
The 30th Chelsea International Fine Art Competition awards offer participating artists a wide range of art opportunities and prizes chosen specifically to promote artists and enhance their careers
Posted: 1/29/15
Membership in an artist run collective gallery
Posted: 1/28/15
Artist Residencies: all genres
LIQUID IDENTITIES
international artexpo
Posted: 1/28/15
http://www.lucacurci.com/artexpo/call-liquid-identities-bangkok.htm
Posted: 1/27/15
Apply until April 1, 2015 for the Midsummer Festival of the Arts at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center
Culture Collective
Linus Galleries
Posted: 1/26/15
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.