$550.00 Innovate Grants — Call for Artists + Photographers
Tuesday, January 12, 2021
Saturday, December 19, 2020
The Spiva Center for the Arts in Joplin, MO seeks entries for a juried photography exhibition, March 20 - May 15, 2021. 1st Place: $1,000, 2nd Place: $750, 3rd Place: $500, Merit Award (3): $150, Honorable Mention (3): $100. Juror: Adam Finkelston. PhotoSpiva is open to any amateur or professional photographer in the United States or its territories. Submitted images must be the photographer's own work, and it is the sole responsibility of the photographer to obtain written releases from any recognizable person(s) depicted. Two-dimensional work derived from any photographic process - traditional, digital, or photo-based mixed media - is eligible as long as the work is original and has never been exhibited at Spiva Center for the Arts. Three-dimensional work is not eligible. $40 for 5 images. Deadline: January 1, 2021.
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Saturday, December 5, 2020
Open to visual artists in South Arts’ nine-state region, nine artists will receive a total of $80,000 in awards and be displayed in a touring exhibition.
About the program: The South Arts Southern Prize and State Fellowships acknowledge, support, and celebrate the highest quality artistic work being created in the American South. The program is open to individual artists living in the South Arts region: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. South Arts is committed to practices and funding that create greater cultural equity, represent the diversity of our region, are inclusive of diverse voices and artistic expression, and are accessible to everyone. The group of nine State Fellows will be selected through a two-tiered selection process by a national jury. A second national jury will select the Southern Prize Winner and Finalist. Jurors will make their selections based on artistic excellence that reflects and represents the diversity of the region. This program is open only to visual artists and will expand to other disciplines in the future. The application deadline is January 11, 2021.
South Arts State Fellowships: $5,000
The South Arts State Fellowship is a state-specific prize awarded to the artists whose work reflects the best of the visual arts in the South. A national jury will select one winner per eligible state, for a group of nine State Fellows, based on artistic excellence that reflects and represents the diversity of the region. Each of the nine State Fellowship winners will be awarded a $5,000 South Arts State Fellowship and will compete for one of the two South Arts Prizes. State Fellowship recipients will be required to attend the awards ceremony in or around May 2021.
South Arts Southern Prize: $25,000 and $10,000
The nine State Fellowship recipients will compete for the South Arts Southern Prize. The $25,000 Southern Prize will be awarded to the artist whose work exhibits the highest artistic excellence, and one finalist will be awarded a $10,000 Prize, also based on artistic excellence. Both Southern Prize recipients will also receive a two-week residency at The Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts and Sciences. A separate national jury will convene to evaluate the body of work represented by the nine State Fellowship recipients and select the Prize winner and Finalist. Winners of the South Arts Prize will be announced at the awards ceremony.
An exhibition of works by the State Fellowship winners may, depending on the health-safety environment, open at/after the Southern Prize ceremony in May 2021.
Important Dates and Deadlines:
Application Opens: November 12, 2020
Application Deadline: 11:59 p.m. ET, January 11, 2021
State Fellowship Notifications: Late March, 2021
Southern Prize Announcement: Early May, 2021
Touring Exhibition Opening, Dates, and Locations: An exhibit of the State Fellowship recipients’ work may, depending on the health-safety environment, be held and/or tour the region at a date TBD through the remainder of 2021.
The following is a top-level list of the main eligibility requirements necessary to be considered for the Southern Prize and State Fellowships. Please refer to the full list of eligibility requirements in the program’s Guidelines.
An individual artist, or collaborative team of no more than two artists, working in one of the following categories:
- Mixed Media
At least 18 years of age or older
Not a full-time high school or undergraduate student
A legal resident within South Arts’ nine-state service area for at least two years prior to their application
Maintain residency in their current state for the duration of their award year
Please note that film, video, and media artists are not eligible to apply at this time. However, work that incorporates elements of film, video, and other media—work that can be reasonably construed to belong to categories like Experimental, Mixed Media, and Multidisciplinary—may be eligible.
Friday, December 4, 2020
Artists AholSniffsGlue, Reyna Noriega & Vic Garcia Team Up With Buchanan’s Whisky & Buddy System MIA To Fight Food Insecurity During Miami Art Week
Right in time for Miami Art Week and ahead of the holiday season, Buchanan’s Whisky is teaming up with Buddy System MIA, the nonprofit behind Miami’s Community Fridges, and local artists to establish and stock 10 community fridges in Miami’s most food insecure communities with free, nourishing foods, providing more than 28,000 meals to local underserved communities through March 2021.
|Community Fridge Designed By AholSniffsGlue|
“1 in 6 South Florida residents are facing food insecurity,” says Kristin Guerin from Buddy System MIA. “Through Buchanan’s donation, we’ll be able to help improve food accessibility in food deserts, serve more than 125,000 meals per year, and ultimately reach our goal of implementing 10 fully stocked fridges by March to feed more than 9,000 South Floridians in need.”
|Community Fridge Designed By Vic Garcia|
As an ode to this year’s cancelled Miami Art Week, and to provide the amazing local artists who are inspiring and impacting their own communities a platform, the brand commissioned three of Miami’s most beloved artists Reyna Noriega, AholSniffsGlue, and Vic Garcia to leave their mark on the fridges. Through their designs, the artists will celebrate Miami’s vibrancy, bringing color to the neighborhoods and beautifying communities.
|Community Fridge Designed By Reyna Noriega|
The newest fridges can be found at the below locations in Wynwood, Coconut Grove and Homestead, and welcome anyone in need to take what they need at no cost. To learn about how you can support a local fridge, visit @MiamiCommunityFridges and @BuchanansWhisky on Instagram.
New Fridge Locations:
- Designed by Reyna Noriega at Polished Coconut
- 3600 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove, FL, 33133
- Designed by AholSniffsGlue at The Spot, Wynwood
- 3201 NW 7Ave Circle, Miami FL 33127
- Designed by Vic Garcia at Mr Tutis Fruties
- 139 N Redland Rd #11, Florida City, FL 33034
Friday, November 27, 2020
Submission Form: Click Here
Contact Email: email@example.com
Event Dates: March 15 – May 1, 2021
Deadline: February 7, 2021
Entry Fee: Free
The Coral Springs Museum of Art invites artists or artist teams to explore the theme, “DIASPORA” in a time of change: Diaspora is a term used to describe movements in population from one country to another and is often cited in discussions about identity.
In relation to art, the term diaspora is used to discuss artists who have migrated from one part of the world to another, (or whose families have), and who express their diverse experiences of culture and identity in the work they make; often expressing alternative narratives, and challenging the ideas and structures of the established art world.
Submit art that explores symbolism, story, and beyond or any interpretation of the call that engages the artists.
Work must be original and not older than two (2) years old. No reproductions accepted. All Art forms encouraged.
"We are leveling the playing field for emerging artists. This exhibit will be blind juried by a curator and/or art professional from a South Florida Cultural Institution. This allows artist’ work to be evaluated purely on merit rather than resume content, leveling the playing field for emerging artists.
We don’t care about your fancy resume or lack thereof for this show. We care about the art! The Coral Springs Museum of Art encourages artists to think outside the box and use their creativity to engage with thoughts and issues facing their communities, lives, work and the theme of this show. Be brave! This is a safe space to try new or hard things."
Special exhibit Award: $250 for overall exhibit winner, artwork used in our exhibition promotion and the artist work will be featured on our show title/ statement wall.
DATES & DEADLINES
Submission Deadline: Sunday, February 7, 2021 at 11:59pm ET
Artist Notification: Friday, February 19, 2020 (by email)
In Person Delivery and/ or Receipt of Shipped Work: Thursday, March 11- Friday – March 12, 2021
Exhibition Opening Reception: Thursday March 18, 2021 at 6:00pm (pending COVID)
Pre-paid Artwork Return and In-Person Pick-Up: May 3-4, 2021 during business Hours.
The Exhibition is open to artists age 18 and older.
The exhibition will consist of two- and three-dimensional work in all media. Wall pieces must be wired for hanging large format and installations will be considered. Free-standing pieces may not exceed 32″x32″48″ or weigh more than 75 lbs without approval from Museum Director. Work across a variety of media and display solutions is encouraged. Accepted work cannot be substituted and must be available for the duration of the exhibit. Please contact the Museum with questions about oversize pieces or other shipping concerns before you apply.
Submit up to three JPEG/JPG digital images
Upload options for image files
File format: JPEG or JPG only
Files dimensions: 1200 pixels or greater on the longest side
File size: 5 MB maximum
File Type: MP4
File size: Under 100 MB
Currently, linked media from YouTube, Vimeo, etc. is accepted.
SHIPPING/DELIVERY OF ARTWORK
The artist is responsible for the cost of shipping or mailing artwork to and from The Coral Springs Museum of Art using UPS, Fed-X or DHL. A return shipping label and return postage must be included with the artwork. Artwork may also be Hand-delivered to and picked up from The oral Springs Museum of Art on the appropriate dates during the scheduled times.
INSURANCE AND SALE OF ARTWORK
All artwork is insured for its declared value from the time it is received through May 1, 2021 while it is on the premises. Artists are responsible for insuring artwork during transit. The Coral Springs Museum of Art receives a 30% commission on all exhibition sales.
The Coral Springs Museum of Art reserves the right to use digital images of exhibited artwork for media, website, PR and Advertising.