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Call for Entries | Hammond Museum July Virtual Exhibition

Hammond Museum July Virtual Exhibition
On View July 4, 2020 through July 3, 2021
Artist Reception via Zoom: Saturday, July 4 at 10am

Curated by Bibiana Huang Matheis

Virtual Exhibition
Curated monthly exhibition for Hammond Museum Artist members that will be viewable on the Hammond’s virtual exhibition website. Each exhibit will stay online for a year.

Themes: Based on Color Painting
This painting is to use as muse or inspiration for submissions. All visual media and styles – 2D, 3D, short film and video, installation, as well as short literary forms, music, and dance, are accepted.

Submission
To submit, you must be a Hammond Artist Member www.hammondmuseum.org/artist-membership
Submission Deadline: June 15 for the July Virtual Exhibition.
Use this email for submission and questions about submitting art: [email protected]

Complete Guidelines and Submission Information available here.

About Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden

The Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden in North Salem, New York, is an eminent cultural institution with generous exhibit spaces and a sculpture garden. Art exhibitions, musical performances, Japanese tea ceremonies, and other activities are just a few of the many cultural events offered. It is a unique and inspiring museum with a big heart, building an artist community locally and globally.

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Deadline 6/15/2020
Contact Name Bibiana Huang Mateis
Contact Email [email protected]

Call to Artists of All Genres | Studio Theater In Exile and Hudson Valley MOCA

An invitation from STUDIO THEATER IN EXILE and HUDSON VALLEY MOCA

Are you in quarantine alone, with someone? How are you filling your time? what are the voices in your head saying?  What obsessions have emerged?  Is it hard to get dressed in the morning? What is comforting you? What terrifies you? how does time feel?

Studio Theater in Exile and Hudson Valley MOCA are putting together a theater/poetry/visual arts project – Climbing the Walls – a collection of scenes, monologues, poetry, and images that explore the ways we are experiencing life right now and how we imagine the future. Our goal is to interweave the submissions to create a collaborative, on-line, devised performance piece.

The work will be shared on the websites of both organizations. There are many ways to collaborate with other people in quarantine. Use your imagination and Zoom, Facetime, or any other method.

For me, I am being constantly reminded of early 1991 when 31 friends died during the AIDS plague. I was afraid to pick up the phone. That year, I quarantined myself, distanced from anyone I loved and was afraid to lose. I worked long hours and avoided connection. It had consequences for the rest of my life and those around me. I wish I had done more documenting then, more acknowledgment of the moment. This project was born of that wish to explore life in a most unusual state and to put it out there. ~Mara Mills, Studio Theater in Exile

If you are interested in being part of this project or have questions, please let us know by contacting [email protected].  Once let us know you are participating, we will tell you where to send your submissions: an audio or video of poetry, original scenes, and monologues, 3-5 minutes in length, or visual images, and up to 4 submissions. DEADLINE: June 1, 2020. Please tell us how you wish to be credited, who authors, performers, artists, technicians are.  And please send a short, 2 sentence statement, and a headshot.

Each individual submission belongs to the creator and if used will be credited in final compilation.

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Deadline 6/1/2020
Contact Name Mara Mills
Contact Email [email protected]

Over $130,000 in Cash Awards – 15th ARC Salon Call for Entries

Entry dates: April 1 – August 14th, 2020 (11:59PM pacific time)

The largest competition in the world for representational art with additional opportunities through partnerships with prestigious magazines, galleries and museums.

When talking about competitions and exhibitions dedicated to Contemporary 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 representational art in the world. The Art Renewal Center (ARC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational foundation.

  • Over $130,000 in cash awards
  • Top Prize $25,000 cash award
  • 11 categories
  • International traveling exhibition opportunity with the ARC Salon Live Exhibition
  • Over 140 awards and honorable mentions
  • 1st, 2nd, 3rd place plus 8 honorable mentions in each of 11 categories
  • Publication awards through partnering magazines
  • Purchase and exhibition awards through ARC and partnering museums
  • Exhibition and sale opportunities through partnering galleries
  • Additional awards for Best Nude, Best Trompe L’oeil, Most Ambitious Work, Best Social Commentary, Best Watercolor, Best Pastel, Chairman’s Choice Awards, ARC Staff Awards and more.
  • All semi-finalists will be published on the ARC website
  • All finalists will be published in the 15th ARC Salon hard-bound book “International Realism”
  • Approximately 40 jurors participate including partnering awards

Categories include: Figurative, Portraiture, Imaginative Realism, Landscape, Still Life, Drawing, Sculpture, Fully From Life, Plein Air Painting, Animals, and a special category for teens.

Works do not have to be available for sale though there are sale opportunities for works that are.
Works do not need to be available for the live exhibition to compete and win.
The competition is open to all representational artists worldwide!

To read the prospectus and to enter visit the ARC Salon Entry Pages.

(https://www.artrenewal.org/SalonApplication/Salon/)

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