Be part of the new art collection at the Conway Center
Applications must be received by 11:59 p.m.: Monday, October 10, 2016
Notification of selection of finalists: Early 2017

Curators Deirdre Ehlen MacWilliams and Vikki Tobak invite you to submit artwork available for purchasing to be included as part of the Conway Center, a facility currently under construction in Ward 7, that will offer homeless and low-income women, children and men safe affordable housing, job training and health care, all in one place. The entire project is funded by So Others Might Eat (SOME), an interfaith, community-based organization that exists to help the poor and homeless of our nation’s capital.

Submit up to five (5) artworks for purchase to be incorporated into the art collection at the new Conway Center. This is a juried process and all artworks must be reviewed and approved by SOME. Submission does not guarantee inclusion into the collection.

Application and all project details can be found here:

Questions, please email:


Anyone and everyone can be a participating artist at Artomatic@Baltimore.

If you would like to show your artwork at Artomatic@Baltimore, all you need to do is register to secure a space to feature your work.

There is a $100 fee for visual artists at Artomatic@Baltimore. This fee helps us organize the event and make it awesome for everyone involved. At the time of registration artists are required to sign up for three shifts at Artomatic@Baltimore — a total of 15 hours.

Musicans and performing artists please visit this link to register.

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Maryland Art Place (MAP), in partnership The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore (DPOB) is pleased to announce an open ‘Call to Artists’. As an extension of MAP’s annual IMPRINT Project, MAP is working with DPOB to offer a unique opportunity for artists of the greater Baltimore metropolitan area.  The image of that artwork will be used to represent the annual Monument Lighting in Baltimore City to be held December 1st, 2016 where the artist will be publicly acknowledged for their work.

Now in its 45th year, The Monument Lighting will feature local entertainers, food, holiday activities, and a spectacular fireworks display. In 2015, nearly ten thousand people attended the event.

MAP only accepts 2-D works – photography, graphic design, print making, painting or similar media for duplication. All works must be no less than 4 x 4” and no more than 20 x 20”. Work should be oriented in a portrait style and sent in a file no less than 300 dpi for print. The final poster dimensions will be 18 x 24 with borders, sponsor logos, and the event copy.

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Station North Arts & Entertainment, Inc. is now accepting qualifications from artists, designers, and other creative community members to be a paid member of a Station North Mini Golf Design/Build Team.

Station North Arts & Entertainment, Inc. (SNAE) has recently received funding from the National Endowment for the Arts for the implementation of a mini golf course. Activating four highly public sites in Station North, the project will engage artists, designers, and local youth from Baltimore’s preeminent creative community. With partners FutureMakers, educators, and students from four area schools, selected artists will each play a vital role in facilitating the collaborative design of two miniature golf holes, with a total of eight miniature golf holes set to launch in 2017.

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The Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture requests proposals from individuals or groups of artists to present exhibitions in the Popcorn Gallery, Stone Tower Gallery and Park View Gallery spaces at Glen Echo Park for the calendar year 2017. All three galleries serve the artists and the public in connecting patrons to high quality artwork, and generate revenue for both the artists and the Partnership.

Please note that if you have exhibited work in a solo exhibition in one of these galleries within the current or previous calendar year, you are not eligible for consideration for solo exhibition in 2017, but may participate in a group exhibition.

Please submit the proposal by email to Meredith Forster,

Questions may be directed to Meredith Forster at 301.634.2223 or the email address above.

An exhibition panel will review proposals and Partnership staff will contact artists regarding their proposals by September 29, 2016.

Deadline: September 13.

For more information and to apply please visit their website.  


Small Wonders is Maryland Federation of Arts 14th annual celebration of the mantra that good things come in small packages – MFA invites all artists residing in the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada and Mexico to enter any original 2-D work 11″ or smaller and 3-D work 7″ or smaller.

Juror is Amanda Burnham, Associate Professor at Towson University in Baltimore, MD. She holds a BA from Harvard University and a MFA from Yale University.

Works selected will be on exhibit in the MFA Circle Gallery from December 2-23, 2016.

Cash awards total $1000.

Entry deadline is September 22.   Please visit the entry page here.

For more information, contact