- Hong Kong
ARTIST OPEN CALL
BROUHAHAART is now accepting submissions for our Virtual Exhibition ‘WOMEN (only)’
There is no charge to submit your application, please feel free to share your work with us. [A small fee (£27) is applied per artist once they have been selected for the exhibition].
The team will review all applications and the selected works will be announced.
EXHIBITION DATES: 17th - 26th June 2022
We will run an art contest during the exhibition!
1st Prize - Solo virtual exhibition [up to 20 artworks]
2nd Prize - Solo virtual exhibition [up to 15 artworks]
Please email all the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org and quote ‘WOMEN (only)’on the subject of your email.
If selected, you will receive an Invoice requesting online payment for submission fee. Per artist, not per artwork. We will run an art contest during the exhibition!
- 1st Prize - Solo virtual exhibition [up to 20 artworks] 2nd Prize - Solo virtual exhibition [up to 15 artworks]
All you need to do is to email us the following:
How to Apply: Up to 1-3 images by email (jpeg format, up to 5MB each image).
Please name each file with the title of each artwork (e.g., "Untitled. JPEG")
[No political, pornography or hate artworks will be accepted].
Details of the artwork (title, size, medium and price). (e.g., "Untitled", 50 x 70 cm, Oil on Canvas, price.
A brief bio about the artist / artwork (100 words max, preferably written in the 3rd person)
Send us your website and social media (if applicable)
Statement confirming you are the author of the original artwork and it does not infringe the rights of any third party.
Contact Information: email- email@example.com We will then send you an invoice for £27 via PayPal, this can also be paid by Credit card. Do not send images of your work that contain watermarks.
Works will be judged based on creativity, originality, quality of work, and overall artistic ability Winners will be chosen based on the quality of single entry as well as quality of overall work.
Submitted works will be promoted to our social media & newsletter if desired.
Copyright Artist retains the sole copyright for the images
Submitted images can be available for public viewing on the BROUHAHA's website and social media, including in relation to promotional activities for the contest and the business.
All display images will be credited with their artist’s name.
- FiKVA Foundation
The International FiKVA Award for painters is a global online competition, open to all artists 18 years of age or older.
- Win up to €5000 cash and prizes
Please, submit via our website: http://www.fikva.art
- Tint Journal
We are an online literary journal dedicated to publishing creative work by non-native English writers. We are looking for visual art by artists of any linguistic background to accompany our stories, essays, and poetry.
Submit your artworks until May 31, 2022, to be considered for Tint's Fall '22 issue (#8)!
- Submit hi-resolution files of your visual art (paintings, illustrations, drawings, photographs, ...) to accompany our ESL stories, poems and essays.
- Give each artwork a title. The file should be named [Artist's Last Name]_[Title], e.g. Munch_The Scream.
- We prefer PNG, JPG or JPEG files.
- Submit up to three pieces at a time, but feel free to approach us in the future with new work.
- Tint Journal
You have been fluent in a language other than English before you acquired/learned English? You write your short stories or flash stories in English? If so, submit your non-native English creative writing until May 31, 2022 to be considered for Tint's Fall '22 issue (#8)!
What kind of submissions does Tint accept?
- We accept submissions by writers who write creatively in English as their second, foreign or non-native language (exophonic writers).
- In view of the diverse backgrounds of our contributing writers, any subject matter which does not violate our values of acceptance and inclusivity is welcome. For text examples, see our current issue or visit our archive.
- Please submit only previously unpublished pieces. If you have a previously published piece that fits our mission, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Translations will not be accepted. It should be an original creation in English as your foreign language. However, the work can feature words or passages in the writer’s original language.
- We prefer doc and docx files. In case your submissions requires special formatting, we also accept pdf files.
- Please name your document [Category]_[Last Name]_[Title], e.g. Poetry_Miller_The Rose.
- Provide your submission with a title page, indicating your 1. name, 2. first language/mother tongue(s), 3. second or foreign language(s), 4. nationality, 5. category (short story, creative nonfiction, flash fiction, flash nonfiction, or poetry), 6. title of your piece, 7. contact information (your e-mail address), and 8. day of submission.
- Put page numbers on all pages following the title page.
Does Tint accept simultaneous and multiple submissions?
- If your work is accepted elsewhere, please let us know by using the website’s contact form or send us an email at email@example.com.
- Submit one piece at a time, but feel free to approach us in the future with new work.
How long should my submission be?
- For short story submissions (fiction, nonfiction), please submit one text between 1,000 and 4,000 words.
- For flash submissions (fiction, nonfiction), please submit one text. It should not exceed 800 words.
- For poetry, please submit one poem not exceeding 4 A4 pages in length.
- Montemero Art Residency
Montemero Art Residency 2022 – Rural art residency located on the southeast coast of Spain
Montemero Art Residency is an organization dedicated to sustainable ecology and alternative art production, and pursuing to provide a substantial experience and a network to the artists who are interested in these topics. Our inspiration drives from our local surroundings as well as people we’ve met while working on this project, and we’d like to add to that more.
Our program offers a fully-equipped printmaking studio, and other open spaces that are suitable for a variety of creative practices (from visual to performing arts and anything in between). Being located on a biological reserve near the Tabernas Desert, the location offers a unique perspective that aims to cultivate a personal connection with nature and how it functions, while further expanding the idea of eco-living. With minimal external interference, artists-in-residence have the opportunity to focus on themselves and their work in a way that more densely populated areas are unable to provide. The residency is open to people of all ages and backgrounds, and we welcome all those who are looking for space and time to explore new forms of interdisciplinary and intercultural collaboration.
Although, our long-term objective with this program is to create an eco-art project, here are some of our short-term goals:
• To create an environment and offer the facilities conducive to creative work, integrated with nature, a place to experience new perspectives and acquire new references.
• Promoting international collaboration and networking, to bring together people from different fields to share and promote ecological and cultural sustainability.
• Embrace and emphasize the experimental, undefined, and unexpected states of creativity.
Duration of residency
1 to 3 months
Artists will have their own private room and there are plenty of spaces both indoor and outside to create and be inspired. All activities at the residency are arranged in the community with the host(s) who are using the property for the time being. This also applies to living arrangements such as cooking meals and keeping tidy. Fundamental courtesies apply.
Disciplines, work equipment, and assistance
The residency is open to people of all ages and backgrounds, and we welcome all those who are looking for space and time to explore new forms of interdisciplinary and intercultural collaboration. We cannot provide specific materials for artwork. The residency is in a rural area, so we recommend artists travel with their own materials. Some basic materials/high-quality papers are provided in the printmaking studio, but anything further/specialized will need to be acquired by the artist prior to the residency. Materials located in the scrap yard are free to be used by artists. Feel free to reach out to us to discuss your production process and needs.
Studio / Workspace
Montemero was the former atelier of German artist Wolfgang Simon. Wolfgang Simon studied from 1957 to 1962 at the Berlin College of Fine Arts. Simon practiced as an apprentice of Friedrich Schröder Sonnenstern. Since the late 1960s to his last days, he lived in Andalusia and dedicated his life to the conservation of this land, forming the Finca Montamero Biological Reserve while continuing his work as a printmaker. As such, he equipped his studio for woodcut, linocut, and letterpress printmaking. During the residency, artists will have access to this studio and its archive. Outside areas can be used for their creative practices, and salvaged materials in the scrap yard will be open to artists’ creation.
Expectations towards the artist
Throughout the program, participating artists will have a chance to incorporate new mediums and disciplines into their practice. Salvaged materials in the scrap yard will be open to artists’ creation and interpretation. This process will be supported by weekly online/video chat feedback sessions, individual portfolio reviews, and brainstorming sessions with our curator. In order to increase community engagement and gain experience, we also encourage artists to create and hold both public and private workshops regarding their practice and to join other events that are organized by Finca Montemero. Other events can be organized by the residents, within the bounds of possibilities of the organizers.
Fees and support
This is an artist/curator-run residency. Sadly, we do not have the funding to support artists financially at the moment. The fees are there to function as a residency, not to profit, covering 40% of the total costs of participation in the program. €850 participation fee for one full month (4 weeks). This fee will go towards rent, utilities (Wi-Fi, gas/water/electricity, cleaning supplies, etc…), upkeep of the facilities, administrative tasks, and consultations. In return, the host also offers bikes (limited) and snorkeling and diving equipment. The fee also covers a pick-up and drop-up from Jaravia train station or San Juan de los Terreros bus station.
Please note: If you are selected as one of our participants, you will be required to deposit 40% of the fee within 10 days of your acceptance to secure your place. Artists should cover their travel costs, daily expenses, and the cost of production of personal works beyond supplies provided by the residency. We cannot provide materials for specific artworks. The residency is in a rural area, so we recommend artists to travel with their own preferred materials as art supply stores are non-existent. Feel free to reach out to us to discuss your production process and needs. We do our best to ensure guests’ safety at all times, but we cannot take responsibility for personal illness, injuries, or accidents. Nor can we take responsibility for lost, stolen, or damaged personal belongings. Please make sure you have adequate travel and health insurance prior to travel.
We have a multi-phase application process. If you’re selected in the first round, you’ll be asked to have a Skype interview with our curator. For the first phase please send us the following: the filled out application form (https://bit.ly/2022mar), a CV/Portfolio in PDF format, and a brief description of your practice. The application is free of charge and should be completed in English. If you have questions please contact the program managers at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please, read our Terms and Conditions before applying! Terms and Conditions: https://bit.ly/2022TC
- United States
- Art Association of Jackson Hole
Artists are invited to apply for the 57th annual Art Fair Jackson Hole (AFJH), held August 5-7, 2022 at the Center for the Arts in Jackson, WY. This quintessential Jackson Hole summer event features 100 professional local and national artists selling fine art and craft including ceramics, paintings, furniture, photography, and much more. The event attracts 4000+ enthusiastic locals and tourists who visit Jackson, Grand Teton, and Yellowstone National Park every summer. $40 application & jury fee. Deadline via Zapplication: May 13, 2022. Contact: email email@example.com.
Apply via Zapplication: https://www.zapplication.org/event-info.php?ID=9914
- United States
- Art Association of Jackson Hole
The annual Art Fair Jackson Hole (AFJH) is a quintessential Jackson Hole summer event featuring professional local and national artists selling fine art and craft including ceramics, paintings, furniture, photography, and much more. The event attracts enthusiastic locals and thousands of tourists who visit Jackson, Grand Teton, and Yellowstone National Park every summer.
Fair Dates: June 17 - 19, 2022
Fair Hours: Friday & Saturday, 10am - 6pm. Sunday, 10am - 4pm
Location: Center for the Arts Lawn - 265 S Cache Street. Jackson, Wyoming
Booth Fee: $500: single corner | $900: double wide | $1,000: double wide corner
Patron Admission: $5 per day, $10 for weekend pass, free for kids 12 & under
Attendance: 5000+ patrons
Apply via Zapplication at https://www.zapplication.org/event-info.php?ID=9913
Notice of Acceptance: 4/12/2022
- United States
- Port Reading
- Art Renewal Center
- 89 for first entry, 68 additional entries
When talking about competitions and exhibitions dedicated to 21st Century Realism, The International ARC Salon is the largest in the world in terms of entries, and the most diverse in terms of categories and international participation. This makes the International ARC Salon Competition the most influential and far-reaching competition for Contemporary Realism in the world, with over $130,000 in cash awards and international recognition through partnerships with prestigious magazines, galleries, and museums, with live exhibitions and a strong online presence. Categories include: Figurative, Portraiture, Imaginative Realism, Drawing, Landscape, Still Life, Plein Air Painting, Fully From Life, Sculpture, Animals, and a special category for teens.*Over 180 awards and honorable mentions will be given out*Works do not need to be available for sale or for the live exhibition to compete and win.
- $130,000 in cash awards
- Graz (covering the region of Styria)
- Institute for Art in Public Space Styria
The Institute for Art in Public Space Styria (KiöR) is holding a one-stage, open call competition. Within this framework, aspiring regional artists as well as established international artists of all disciplines are invited to deal with the topic OPEN FIELDS – Art and Agriculture.
This will initially take the form of stays with one farmer in Styria for a minimum of two to a maximum of four weeks, if possible, as early as 2022. These stays will be organized by the Institute for Art in Public Space Styria, covering all areas of agriculture from mountain farmers to winegrowers (fruit, vegetable, grain cultivation, animal husbandry, forestry and dairy farming, etc.) in various Styrian regions. As the result of the insights gained from this stay, a temporary work is to be developed and implemented either this year or in 2023 at the respective location.
Further information and submissions: http://www.museum-joanneum.at/en/kunst-im-oeffentlichen-raum-steiermark/competitions/open-fields-art-and-agriculture
- Board and lodging are free for stays on the farms, and travel expenses will also be covered. The project is to be documented as well as possible (with photos, videos...). There is no fixed amount available to cover the project costs, but rather a partial amount from a total budget of € 100,000.
Please use our form on the website (here).