Saturday, February 27, 2021

The Lincoln Eatery presents ‘A Retrospective Of A New Beginning’ by Masplata


The Lincoln Eatery presents ‘A Retrospective Of A New Beginning’ by Masplata on Sunday, February 28th from 1-4pm. Experience a magical exhibition ‘A Retrospective of a New Beginning’ featuring the work of artist Masplata. Meet the artist and learn about his work and enjoy global inspired food and cocktails at the Lincoln Eatery. This event is free & open to the public, please RSVP here.

'A Guardian Portal', Oil and Ink on Canvas, 39 x 82 1.5 inches

Masplata uses a variety of different mediums in his work such as watercolors, pastels, oils and most notably his fine ink drawings, which he sometimes combines with oils. The Art produced by Masplata is inspired by a world that most of us cannot see, but we take comfort in its existence. It is a spiritual world of divine entities that protect and balance the universe. The custodians of this world help Masplata bring the message of hope. His Birds provide refuge and relieve anxiety. His signature Dove brings peace. One of the first to appear in his work was the Wiseman, the sower of the seed. The Women bring life and light while the Angels maintain order and harmony. This world requires the viewers time and attention to slowly digest each hand drawn line and paint stroke.

Monday, February 22, 2021

Call to Artist: Studio 18 in Pembroke Pines presents the exhibition "Taking Flight"

Call to Artist for exhibition "Taking Flight"

Studio 18 in Pembroke Pines
Call for Artists - DEADLINE: April
Call to Artist for exhibition "Taking Flight"




Call to Artists for ‘Taking Flight’
Taking Flight: A Change in Perspective
Studio 18 in the Pines upcoming exhibition, Taking Flight, explores the possibilities of shifting consciousness.

Interested artists are encouraged to submit visuals that confront the viewer with a not-quite familiar perspective. The question is simple: what magic can be found by simply adjusting your point of view? Work that utilizes perspective in a distorted or exaggerated manner is highly encouraged.
Submissions are accepted via email ( ), no later than April 30th. All submissions are free of charge.

For further information contact Maritza Benson at 954.961.6067

SaveArtSpace Announces New Call For Art: Restoration: Now or Never? / London, UK - Open call ends April 26, 2021


Restoration: Now or Never? is a public art exhibition organized by Anne Verhallen and Daria Borisova, in collaboration with SaveArtSpace. The exhibition, spanning across London advertisement spaces like billboards, kiosks and bus shelters, is in conjunction with World Environment Day in the UK, a day committed to encouraging awareness and action to protect our environment. Bringing emerging and established artists together, this will be the first UK activation by the non-profit SaveArtSpace.

Curated by Anne Verhallen, Daria Borisova, Michael Xufu Huang, Aindrea Emelife, and Destinee Ross-Sutton.
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Friday, February 19, 2021

Call for Artists: 2022 Creative Capital Award

2022 Creative Capital Award

DEADLINE: March 01, 2021 / APPLY HERE

Creative Capital helps visionary artists in all disciplines build thriving careers, and every year they review applications from artists ready to take the next step in their creative practices. The selected artists receive the Creative Capital Award, which includes up to $50,000 in funding for bold new projects, as well as a wide range of counsel, career development, and networking opportunities to make their work come to life.

Artists can submit their project ideas through a free application, open this year, from February 1 to March 1, 2021 at 4pm ET. This application helps identify a selection of artists working at the forefront of their fields. It’s designed to provoke deep thought about project ideas to determine intention, impact, timeliness, and capacity.

What Type of Work Are We Looking For?

Creative Capital looks for projects that redefine and reimagine what art is and what it can do. Projects should challenge the status quo and provoke conversations about the topics they are engaging.

What matters most in the application is the strength, vision and originality of the project idea, capacity of the artist to make it happen, and how the project development fits in with the trajectory of the artist’s overall creative practice.

Friday, February 12, 2021

Illuminate Coral Gables

Experience the unveiling of Illuminate Coral Gables TONIGHT Friday, February 12th from 6 – 10pm. Nine artists illuminate downtown Coral Gables for a 30-day outdoor exhibition of light sculpture and interactive art. Illuminate Coral Gables will bring stunning interactive art, video projections, and light sculptures to the streets of Coral Gables. This free experience will be on view through March 14th from 6 – 10 pm. Select a Date / RSVP Here.

The Illuminate Coral Gables exhibition will turn the streets, historic buildings, and public spaces of Coral Gables into a brilliant outdoor museum. With downtown Coral Gables, FL as a three-dimensional canvas, this first-of-its-kind exhibition will fill our beautiful city with newly commissioned and existing works by world-renowned local, national & international artists and emerging virtuosos.
Curated by Lance Fung, Catherine Cathers, Jennifer Easton and Rosie Gordon Wallace, the exhibition will feature eight projects incorporating video projections, sculpture and art installations by a stellar group of local, national, and international artists including Kiki Smith and Cai Guo-Qiang.

Thursday, February 11, 2021

Vibrant Hydrants Call to Artists


Vibrant Hydrants Call to Artists

The City of Hallandale, in partnership with ArtServe, is seeking professional visual artists to express their artistic vision into the community by painting fire hydrants throughout the City of Hallandale Beach, Florida. Artists are encouraged to submit their portfolios and design proposals throughout the duration of this project. DEADLINE: December 31, 2021. APPLY HERE.

This is a PAID opportunity for artists living or working in South Florida. Artist’s fee is $120 per hydrant.

  • Paint only on the assigned fire hydrants.
  • Artists must bring their own art supplies and paint according to the Fire Department Regulations (this info will be provided to you prior to painting).
  • Nothing can be attached to the fire hydrant.
  • Artists may use stencils, airbrush with masking tape, or freehand your design.
  • Artists must stick to the approved design. If you desire to make changes, you must seek ArtServe and the City of Hallandale’s approval prior to changing your design.
  • Only designated fire hydrants within the City of Hallandale boundaries are potential candidates for painting.
  • The public and private space immediately around the fire hydrant should be kept clean and neat when not directly working on the fire hydrant. Please respect the property.
  • Fire hydrants that fall into a state that no longer enhance the immediate area will be painted over. For example, a hydrant that begins to peel or otherwise deteriorate.