The Delaplaine Arts Center, 40 South Carroll St, in historic downtown Frederick, Maryland, announces the 2019 National Juried Exhibit. All media are eligible, including but not limited to: painting, printmaking, photography, ceramics, drawing and sculpture.
Exhibit dates: May 4 – June 16, 2019
Awards: First place $1,000; Second Place $500; Third Place $250; HM $125
About the juror:
Sandy Guttman is Curatorial Assistant at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC. She has worked with Aspect/Ratio Projects, Bodies of Work, and Gallery 400. She is a founding editor of the arts and culture publication FWD: Museums.
Entry Instructions: Visit http://
Fee: $35 per artist for up to three (3) images ($25 if artist is a current member of the Delaplaine). VISA, Mastercard, Discover and American Express are accepted.
Number of Pieces: Artists may submit up to 3 pieces (in JPEG format) for consideration. One digital image of each entire piece is required; for three dimensional works up to two detail images per piece are allowed (with a maximum of 9 images per proposal).
Images Specifications: Must be in JPEG format (500 MB max).
Deadline for entries: Monday, March 25, 2018 11:59 PM
Posting of Accepted work: April 15 no later than 5PM on our website at http://delaplaine.org/
Request for Proposals: Greektown Public Art Installation
Issue Date: October 30th, 2018
Submission Deadline: December 30th, 2018
Request To: Greater Baltimore Sculpture Artists
The Greater Greektown Neighborhood Alliance (GGNA), on behalf of Greektown residents, requests proposals from sculpture artists for a public sculpture to be installed at the intersection of Eastern Avenue and South Lehigh Street, in Baltimore, MD. This project is a continuation of the Association’s efforts to beautify the community of Greektown and is driven by a group of community members who hope to transform this barren median into a true neighborhood gateway. The purpose of this RFP is to select an artist to implement a two-phase approach to creating the public sculpture. The first phase includes community engagement to determine themes relevant to neighbors and capture resident input. The second phase includes the design, fabrication, and installation of the sculpture, with assistance from GGNA and the Southeast Community Development Corporation (Southeast CDC), pending final review by the Baltimore City Department of Transportation (DOT).
Application details here: GGNA RFP 2 Updated
Maryland Art Place (MAP), in partnership with Hotel Indigo is pleased to announce an open ‘Call to Artists’. As an extension of MAP’s annual IMPACT public art partnership projects, MAP is working with Hotel Indigo to offer rotating exhibitions in Hotel indigo’s library and Poets Modern Cocktails and Eats. This opportunity is available to visual artists living or working in Maryland. Maryland Art Place will curate four exhibitions a year based on submissions entered through a rolling basis.
Hotel Indigo, Baltimore Downtown is a boutique hotel located in Baltimore, MD. MAP has been working closely with the hotel since it opened, selecting and installing the hotel’s permanent artwork collection including works by Jared Ragland, Gary Kachadourian and Christos Palios. Hotel Indigo and MAP share the same vision of supporting working artists in the region, and both look forward to their continued partnership and the rotation of quarterly exhibitions. For more information, visit www.baltimoreindigohotel.com.
General Guidelines & Information
- Artist agrees that Maryland Art Place/Hotel Indigo may use images of the artwork for press and promotional purposes related to IMPACT.
- All works must be no larger than 60 X 60
- MAP only accepts 2-d works – photography, painting, mixed media or similar welcomed.
- You may apply as an individual artist, or for an artist group on your behalf
- Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.
Benefits to the artist: The selected artist(s) will benefit in the following ways:
- Exhibition opening reception at Hotel Indigo
Increased visibility of artist’s name and artwork through:
- Press announcements
- Highlighted on MAP’s website and social media platforms
- Exhibition postcards
For more information on how to apply and to download the full prospectus, click here.Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arlington Arts Center is pleased to announce a call for submissions for a new regional biennial which will take place for the first time in the fall of 2019. Featuring work by artists from across the Mid-Atlantic, the exhibition will explore current material and conceptual trends with a focus on work that addresses the concerns of the present moment, whether political, cultural, personal, economic, artistic, or all of the above.
The exhibition and accompanying programming will include artists at various stages of their careers, with an eye towards exhibiting work by young and emerging artists alongside groundbreaking new work by artists with longstanding connections to the region and its art scenes.
The exhibition will be curated by Blair Murphy, AAC Curator of Exhibitions.
The Gallery at Penn College is seeking artists for solo exhibitions and residencies for 2019-20 and 2020-21. The 3,000 square foot gallery on the campus of Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport, PA is dedicated to promoting art appreciation through exhibitions of contemporary art.
Artists working in all media are invited to apply for solo or group exhibitions. For the residency series, titled ‘Material Matters: Past, Present, Future,’ we are seeking artists working specifically in materials from Pennsylvania’s history, such as steel, wood, paper, or fiber, as well as current and future materials, such as plastics, glass, or electronics. The five-day residency will include up to three interactive workshops and public programming including a gallery talk.
Artists may apply on the gallery website. There is no entry fee.