All types of prose from flash fiction and poetry to stories and essays, including scripts and screenplays, are welcome from 10 to 49,000 words. Translations welcome. The Fast Flux options offer a two-week turnaround.
Closing date: August 31, 2020
To submit: https://sunspotlit.submittable.com/submit
authentic world experience and the practice-realm of thoughts.
Stove Works invites proposals of up to 300 words with 10 supporting or related images/videos/reference links/documents/etc to develop new work or that contextualizes existing projects for Teachable Moment, a group exhibition opening in our main gallery on December 18, 2020 and running through February 7, 2021.
Separate links to the full prospectus and to the submission page can be found here https://www.stoveworks.org/exhibitions
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Gallery Luperca invites artists to create multi-media sculptural masks for Face Value, a virtual exhibition that will run June 6 – July 3. Face Value will explore the alchemy of grief and aesthetic in our new ecosystem of self isolation and viral visage. The exhibition will be designed by Pittsburg based actress and performance artist Lindsay Goranson and the Gallery Luperca team. The full call for entries is viewable at galleryluperca.com.
Call for Artists: Brickscape Arts Residency and Exhibition. Brickscape is a five-week residency program that culminates in a public exhibition. 5-10 artists are selected each year to create temporary, site-specific installation art in a vacant historical space in downtown Charleston, WV, with a different location chosen each year. At the end of the residency, the space will open to the public and the completed installation art will be on display as part of a two-week, city-wide festival. Artists who live more than an hour away are required to reside in Charleston for the entire duration of the residency. Free housing is provided by members of the community who make their guest rooms or apartments available. Artists working in all mediums are encouraged to apply. Socially engaged or process-based artists are also eligible and encouraged to apply. Previous experience creating installation art is not required. For more information and application guidelines please visit: www.brickscape.org
The ARLIS/NA Southeast LoPresti Award Committee is pleased to announce the 36th Annual Mary Ellen LoPresti Art Publication Awards Competition for publications copyrighted in 2019. Museums and galleries, educational institutions, libraries, organizations, and commercial presses are encouraged to submit publications for consideration. All publications will be judged on the quality of content and book design within the appropriate category. The number of items that may be submitted is not restricted. Only art and architecture books, exhibition catalogues, electronic publications (dvd’s), serials, and artist’s books published/copyrighted during the 2019 calendar year in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, or the Virgin Islands are eligible for consideration for the 2020 award. In-house newsletters, posters, invitations, and other promotional material will not be considered.
Please visit http://southeast.arlisna.org/awards/lopresti-award/ to learn more and view past winners. Entries should be received by August 31 , 2020, to be considered. There is no entry fee, but ARLIS/NA Southeast reserves the right to retain all works submitted for consideration. Please mail entries with the completed entry form (attached) to: Patricia Gimenez, Jen Library – SCAD Savannah, 22 E. Lathrop Ave, Savannah, GA 31415