Friday, January 22, 2016

Calls to Artists 1-22-2016

•The Memphis Comedy Festival is seeking comedic short film submissions for their festival, taking place March 31–April 3. The films should be under 6 minutes in length. There is a $15 submission fee, and thedeadline to submit is Feb. 14Read more and submit...

•The City of Knoxville seeks proposals from artists or artist teams for site-specific murals to enliven Knoxville’s urban landscape. The contracted project will include design, materials, and installation of up to three designs. Artists may submit proposals for individual locations or for all three sites. Application deadline is Feb. 15Read more and submit...

•The University of Memphis Box Gallery is seeking submissions for their Fourth Annual Best of Memphis Juried Exhibition. Submissions are open to any undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in art classes at a higher education institution in the greater Memphis area. The deadline to apply is Feb. 29. Read more and submit...

•The Young Arts Patrons organization is seeking submissions for their exhibition Young Collectors Memphis, which will be on view March 11–12 at Crosstown Arts, 430 N. Cleveland St. Young Collectors Memphis is a contemporary art exhibition established as part of the annual arts programming for Young Arts Patrons. The exhibition is recognized for providing its local community of emerging artists with the opportunity to access a diverse audience, and allows young collectors to engage in events and programs to build their personal collections. The deadline to submit work is March 10. Read more and submit…

•The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art in California is seeking artists to submit work for their Blue Marble: National Juried Exhibition, on view at the museum June 3–July 31. Submissions will be juried by Patricia Watts, and work in all mediums will be considered. The theme of the show is the planet Earth, and first through third place winners from the exhibition will receive cash prizes. The exhibition is open to all artists 18+ years of age living within the United States, and the deadline to apply is March 19, 2016. Read more and submit…

•DRAWL Southern Contemporary Art and Oxford American Magazine are seeking submissions for the exhibition The Gun Show, which explores the historical and cultural role of the firearm in the American South. The Gun Show is a juried art competition and exhibition open to all artists, both amateur and professional, born in, currently residing in or having lived for a period of five years or more in one of the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. The show will be judged by Chad Alligood, a curator at the world class Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, and will be exhibited in Little Rock at DRAWL and the Oxford American’s annex space in summer 2016. The deadline to submit is March 25. Read more and submit...

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