Time: Entropy and Change
Cafritz Arts Center, Montgomery College
Montgomery County, MD
Deadline: 04/08/2016

The Department of Visual and Performing Arts is calling for exhibition proposals for the Open Gallery in The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Arts Center that address the theme, “Time: Entropy an Change”.

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Outside the Margins: Contemporary Artists’ Books
Loyola-Notre Dame Library
Deadline: 01/20/2016

Description of Exhibit
Artists are invited to submit unique or limited edition artist’s books – sculptural, book objets, altered books or book installations. Outside the Margins: Contemporary Artists’ Books, will be held in the Loyola-Notre Dame Library as a part of Baltimore Book Arts. A reception will be held in the library for Outside the Margins on Thursday, March 17. In tandem with this exhibit, Loyola presents Outside the Margins: Artists’ Books from the Betty Sweren Collection, Feb. 15 through March 20 in the Julio Fine Arts Gallery.

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The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts is now accepting applications for the 2016 PNC Transformative Art Prize!  The award grants up to $30,000 to Baltimore City community groups to enliven their underutilized public spaces through high-impact, community-driven public art projects. For 2016, the PNC Transformative Art Prize will build on the momentum and energy of the inaugural Light City Baltimore festival (March 28-April 3) and invite proposals for outdoor lighting and projection works of art. Community groups are asked to partner with artists and/or arts organizations to propose and design a transformative art concept for their neighborhood.

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We’re celebrating the 1 year anniversary of EMP Collective’s A/V Cart series. This special episode will reflect upon the 2015 Baltimore Uprising. The night will feature a salon-style gallery exhibition, music, and the first screening of “Not about a Riot” a documentary about the Baltimore Uprising.

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Gesture & Show Call for Entries
Gallery 788 Baltimore, MD
Deadline: Rolling application

Open to all work involving performance as a major component

Curator: Eames Armstrong

“Gesture & Show” is a quarterly performance art series curated by Eames Armstrong and hosted at Gallery 788.

Eames Armstrong is a DC-based artist/curator with a tremendous breadth of experience in performance art. Armstrong is the director of Aether Art Projects, a free form and nomadic arts organization, the editor of PERI0D art journal, and the founder of the blog “DC Performance Art.” Armstrong also programmed the “Soapbox” performance art series at Hillyer Art Space in DC from the Fall 2011 to the Summer 2013.

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The Utah Public Art Program, in partnership with Snow College Science Center in Ephraim, Utah, has issued a call for artist’s qualifications and a letter of interest from artists / artist teams interested in working with Snow College and the Public Art Program to create an integrated science inspired public art commission for their new facility.

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