Call For Entry: Full Circle Photo

Deadline: 2015

Full Circle Gallery seeks submissions for solo and group exhibitions in 2015 and 2016! Submissions should include a one page resume/bio, 10-15 jpeg images and an annotated image list. Jpegs should be 72 ppi and no longer than 1200px. Please also include a short statement about your work or proposal for a show. Email:

Carroll Museums 2015 Call for Submissions:
Deadline: March 25, 2015 at 11:59PM

Notice of Acceptance: April 2, 2015
Drop off: April 16 from 12PM-8PM
Opening Reception: May 2, 2015

Carroll Museums is happy to announce an open call for submissions for its upcoming Transformation show. Transformation will be a collection of artwork reflecting the title, be it transformation of space, place, or self.

Once selected, work will be on display throughout the historic Carroll Mansion from May 2 – June 14.

Eligibility: Open to all 2D and 3D artwork with the following limitations:
2D artwork
Must weigh less than 20 lbs
Must be able to hang from a single nail or wall molding
No adhesives allowed
No painting on the wall of any kind 3D artwork
All artwork must be for sale

Submission Guidelines:

All submissions must be emailed to
Artists must submit a short biography and short statement about their piece(s) and its connection with the Transformation theme.
Artists can submit up to 5 pieces of art for review
Artwork for consideration must be submitted as a high resolution photograph or through a link to an artist’s website.
Include Title, Medium, Dimensions, and Price
Carroll Museums will collect a 30% commission on work sold
All submissions for consideration must be received by March 18, 2015

For more information on Carroll Museums:

The Trawick Prize: Bethesda Contemporary Art Awards was established by Carol Trawick in 2003. Ms. Trawick has served as a community activist for more than 25 years in downtown Bethesda. She is past Chair of the Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District, past Chair of the Bethesda Urban Partnership, Inc. and Founder of The Trawick Prize. Additionally, the Jim and Carol Trawick Foundation was established in 2007 after the Trawicks sold their successful information technology company.

Catriona Fraser, award-winning photographer, curator and juror is the nonvoting Chair of the The Trawick Prize. Ms. Fraser is the owner of the Fraser Gallery.

Best in Show – $10,000
Second Place – $2,000
Third Place – $1,000
Young Artists* – $1,000

*Young Artist whose birthday is after April 7, 1985 may be awarded this prize. 

The Jurors will select up to 10 finalists who will be invited to display their work in a group exhibition at Gallery B in downtown Bethesda in September 2015.

The Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District invites eligible artists to enter The Trawick Prize: Bethesda Contemporary Art Awards. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. The selected artwork will be on exhibit in September 2015 at Gallery B in downtown Bethesda, MD.

All original 2-D and 3-D fine art including painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, fiber art, digital, mixed media and video will be accepted. The maximum dimensions should not exceed 96 inches in any direction. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the exhibition. Artwork does not have to be for sale at the exhibition. Selected artists must deliver and pick up artwork to and from Gallery B. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards.


Stefanie Fedor, Executive Director, Arlington Arts Center

John Ruppert, sculptor, Professor and Chair of the University of Maryland’s Department of Art

Richard Waller, Executive Director of University Museums, University of Richmond

The Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) invites all artists residing in Maryland and all artist members of MFA to enter its fine art juried competition for artists working in two- and three-dimensional formats. Submissions following exhibition guidelines will be considered by the juror. The selected artworks will be on exhibit at The Art Gallery, University of Maryland, College Park, by invitation to MFA.

  • Exhibition Chair: Stephen Borko
  • Exhibition Dates: June 19 – Aug 1
  • Submissions Deadline: April 23
  • Juror: Yumi Hogan, Adjunct Professor, Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Baltimore MD.
  • Download printable prospectus (pdf)
Terms of Entry For Exhibitions

Exhibition and Presentation Guidelines are detailed in the prospectus. Additional information will be included in the acceptance letter.


  • All Maryland residents are eligible to enter.
  • All MFA members living in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico are eligible to enter.


  • A maximum of 6 original works created in the past 3 years may be entered.
  • Works previously exhibited in a juried show at University of MD’s The Art Gallery are not eligible.
  • Two-dimensional works may not exceed 8 feet in height or width. Three-dimensional works may not exceed 10 feet in height nor 6 feet in width and depth.

Entries and Submission Fees

  • Entries must be submitted online.
  • Entry fees are $35 (MFA members, $20) for one or two entries and $5 each for up to four additional entries. Entry fees are non-refundable.
  • To enter online, you will need an MFA account that includes an email address and a password.  There is no charge to create an MFA account
  • Images must be in JPEG files less than 2MB with the recommended longest pixel dimension between 1600 and 2000 pixels (maximum).
  • Images of accepted works may be used at the sole discretion of MFA for promotional purposes including but not limited to the invitation, catalog, web site or on a subsequent year’s prospectus. Image will include attribution whenever possible.

PUBLIC ART PROJECT OPPORTUNITY: San Diego County Regional Airport Authority

Request for Qualifications (RFQ): Parking Plaza Public Art Opportunity:

Artists are invited to collaborate with the Authority’s design-build team to create an integral, visually dynamic, and experiential artwork within the new Parking Plaza. The Parking Plaza is expected to be a 3-story post-tensioned concrete structure of approximately 1,000,000 square feet with 3,000 parking spaces and will be located on the current footprint of the Terminal 2 East parking lot.

This opportunity will serve as the introductory Airport experience for passengers utilizing the Parking Plaza, and should therefore create a sense of place and support intuitive way-finding within the structure. The artwork should respond to and reflect the building’s smart technology, which senses vehicle occupancy and uses real-time data to simplify the user experience. This may be accomplished through the use of responsive or participatory features, by utilizing data generated from the structure to enhance interactive elements, or by integrating renewable energy devices into the artist’s design.

Budget: $900,000

Eligibility: RFQ is open to all professional designers, artists and teams legally qualified to work in the US; artists must have successfully completed at least one large-scale permanent public art commission with a project budget of at least $500,000 within the past ten years. Additional requirements are listed in the RFQ.

Application Deadline:  Applications must be received by March 27, 2015

For full guidelines, information, and to apply for the opportunity, all artists must register in the Authority’s Vendor Database:

To register visit: complete the Vendor Registration.
What you need to register:
1. You will be asked to create a user name and password, please write them down and save for reference,
2. Have your federal tax ID # or your SSN available, and
3. Select your Business Category. For this opportunity use the following Business Category: 711510 Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers

Once you’ve successfully completed the registration process you will receive an e-mail from the Authority confirming your successful registration.
Then, you can login to our website to view and/or print the opportunity

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Arts Advocacy Day is your opportunity to receive crucial advocacy training from experts in the field and then put that training into practice. Hosted by Americans for the Arts and cosponsored by 85+ national arts organizations, National Arts Advocacy Day is the largest gathering of its kind, bringing together a broad cross section of America’s cultural and civic organizations. Grassroots advocates from across the country come to Washington DC to meet with their members of Congress in support of issues like arts education policy, the charitable tax deduction, and funding for the National Endowment for the Arts.

On Monday, join hundreds of your colleagues from across the country for interactive advocacy training and peer-to-peer learning and networking. That night, get inspired by our Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts & Public Policy at the Kennedy Center.

Then, on Tuesday, after the Congressional Arts Kick Off, you’ll meet with your congressional representatives to share your story about the impact and transformative power that the arts have in your community.

Why should I register?

At Arts Advocacy Day, you get three things you can’t get anywhere else.

  1. Networking with your fellow arts advocates from across the country and go on congressional visits led by State Captains.
  2. Learning the latest research facts and figures on the arts to help make your case.
  3. Strategizing with experienced advocates during an interactive role play session on how to make the case for the arts and arts education to your members of Congress.

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