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Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program
Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program (Roswell, NM) provides studio-based visual artists with the unique opportunity to concentrate on their work in a supportive, collegial environment for a whole year. The program’s interest is in strengthening the vitality of the visual art in New Mexico and it has been a catalyst in broadening community understanding of contemporary art for over fifty years. A monthly stipend is provided, and families are welcome.
Deadline: March 15th
No Entry Fee
L’ Atelier Berkshire Art Gallery: Call for Artists
Be a featured artist in the Berkshires! L’Atelier Berkshire Art Gallery (Great Barrington, MA) run by Assets for Artists alum Natalie Tyler is now accepting applications for their spring exhibition. All mediums of art are considered.
Deadline: March 15th
Entry Fee: $35
Open Call for Artists - "Green: The Impossible Color"
Of all the colors in the rainbow, green is perhaps the most mutable and multifaceted. As a color, it can lean towards yellow, blue, gray, or brown, while still remaining unquestionably itself. Green evokes associations of landscape and nature – everything from the palest new spring buds to the dark evergreens of deep winter. Yet it can also remind us of cities and the man made – green glass skyscrapers, copper rooftops, the Statue of Liberty, and printed money. Emotionally, green has long signified envy, a pit of snakes coiled in the body. But add white and the color turns minty, suggesting more pleasant and peaceful states of mind. What does green mean to you? How does this elusive color make its way into your work, either as the star player or in a supporting role? The Painting Center (New York, NY) is interested in work in all media (under 48” in any direction) featuring green in any of its manifestations for this juried exhibition. This exhibition is open to all media.
Deadline: March 25th
Entry Fee: $40
Women’s Studio Workshop
Women's Studio Workshop (Rosendale, NY) is now accepting applications for: The Art-in-Ed Workspace Residency - an opportunity for artists with teaching experience, knowledge of intaglio/silkscreen/hand papermaking processes and interest in working with local students; the Chili Bowl Workspace Residency - an opportunity for ceramicists who want to participate in WSW’s biggest community event of the year; and The Studio Workspace Residency - a four- to six-week opportunity for artists to create new work. Each program invites artists in all stages of their careers to fully immerse themselves in WSW’s supportive environment.
Deadline: April 1st
No Entry Fee
White Mountain National Forest Artist in Residence Program
The White Mountain National Forest (WMNF), established in 1918, now encompasses nearly 800,000 acres in New Hampshire and western Maine. It includes beautiful woods, waterfalls, rivers, and rugged mountains. The WMNF Artist in Residence (Northern New Hampshire) program offers professional and emerging artists in all disciplines – visual and performing artists, craftspeople, writers, composers, eco, media, and social practice artists – an opportunity to pursue their particular art form while being inspired by the Forest and sharing their work and their artistic process with members of the public. Selected artists will spend three weeks or more in the National Forest this summer, bunking with WMNF trail crew at Mead Base at the southern edge of the national forest. Artists will have time to work on their art, develop public programming, help inspire connections and celebrate the power of the arts.
Deadline: April 5th
No Entry Fee
The Bogliasco Foundation Study Center
The Bogliasco Foundation's Study Center is located on the Italian Riviera in the village of Bogliasco, which is situated on the southeastern city limits of Genoa in northern Italy. Since the Study Center was founded in 1996, it has hosted more than 950 fellows from 58 countries. The Bogliasco Foundation’s Study Center (Genoa, Italy) provides no-cost, month-long residency fellowships to artists and scholars working on projects in Archaeology, Architecture/Landscape Architecture, Classics, Dance, Film/Video, History, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Theater, and the Visual Arts. Fellows are provided with living quarters, full board, and a separate private studio.
Deadline: April 15th
No Entry Fee
Adaptations: Living with Change Residencies at A Studio in the Woods
A Studio in the Woods (New Orleans, LA) is now accepting applications for Adaptations: Living with Change Residencies. Residencies are 6 weeks, will take place between September 2019 and May 2020, and include a $2500 stipend and $2000 materials budget. The call is open to artists of all disciplines who have demonstrated an established dialogue with environmental and culturally related issues and a commitment to seeking and plumbing new depths. A Studio in the Woods asks artists to describe in detail how the region will affect their work, to propose a public component to their residency, and to suggest ways in which they will engage with the local community.
Deadline: April 22nd
Entry Fee: $15
Call for Entries: “Habitats”
Target Gallery (Alexandria, VA) invites artists working in all visual media to submit to "Habitats". In this group exhibition, "Habitats" will explore the relationship between humans and nature, creating a dialogue on the impact that we make on the earth and our environments.
Deadline: April 28th
Entry Fee: $35
Makers Market: Call for Artists
Storrowton (West Springfield, MA) is looking for makers of all kinds for their new summer makers market on June 15, 2019. Vendors will be selected based on product appeal to the target audience, professionalism, online presence, aesthetic, uniqueness, and availability within the product category. Makers Market is curated and, though they love makers of all kinds, they will select a diverse group of quality makers for the event.
Deadline: April 30th
No Entry Fee (Applicable fees upon acceptance)
Call for Entry: Helpful Discomfort
Hidden Currencies (New York, NY) presents hécatombe, an extension of the collective through print. They are seeking open calls for their 1st edition. For hécatombe’s first edition, Hidden Currencies is examining the implications of discomfort and its potential to inspire growth, regression, fear, and hope. Discomfort can reflect a projected incongruence of identity, fueled by the pressures of society and self. This discomfort can be at the epicenter of our dissonance from society: we now face the question if it is the individual or the society which should be made to feel uncomfortable. If so, what is the utility of discomfort for each party? Now accepting submissions from any medium which explore this theme to be printed in our first edition, including but not limited to: writing, painting, sculpture, photography, installations, games, data sets, experiments, multimedia, etc.
Deadline: May 1st
Entry Fee: $5