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Future Stars: 5th Edition, USA

6 avril 2024 à 17:09

Become A Future Star

Our Future Stars event is the perfect opportunity for you to showcase your art to the world. Our annual event offers discounted rates for artists to showcase their work in both our London & Athens galleries. This is a unique chance to have your art seen by people from around the world!

We welcome artwork submissions from all nations, in any creative medium - from traditional painting and sculpture to innovative video art, mixed media and even poetry and illustration. Our current OPEN theme provides endless possibilities to express yourself through your art. We look forward to exploring the diverse range of talent out there.

We encourage artists from any background to submit their work, free of charge. So if you have a piece to share, don't hesitate to send it our way.

Follow Through a BIPOC Lens: Decolonizing Feminism, USA

6 avril 2024 à 15:19

This exhibition seeks to provide space for an inclusive voice in the struggle for representation of BIPOC women in the art world. For 32 years Woman Made Gallery’s vision has been to “ensure the equal placement of women’s art in the world. WMG hosts conversations on issues that matter most to women, helping them make sense of the world through a feminist lens.”  

There are many schools of feminist thought; and mainstream feminism has not – intentionally or not – been inclusive of all voices. One such response to this is the “womanist” movement coined by Alice Walker in 1979, for black feminists or feminists of color, to address more specifically the needs of these groups. WMG would like to take a critical look at feminism. We want to hear the voices and view the work of those who have been systematically marginalized. 

Please submit images of up three works in all media that include a visual element and have not been previously exhibited at the Gallery. Please address the theme of this exhibition in your work and in your artist statement. The exhibition will be held from October 12 to November 9, 2024 at Woman Made Gallery, 1332 S. Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60607. Entry fee allows submission of up to three works.

7th Midwest Open, USA

6 avril 2024 à 15:19

The Midwest Open is an annual exhibition at WMG that highlights the achievements of women and nonbinary artists living in the American Midwest. According to the United States Census Bureau, the 12 states in the Midwest include Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota.

For the Midwest Open, a showcase for the vibrancy and diverse views these artists represent, all media and subject matter will be considered. WMG is looking for work unique to the vision of each artist, work that needs the world to complete it, or work that sings a song from the heart(land).

What new series or experiment or story have you ready to share with WMG? Do you have drawings or drafts or proofs with a soul and a power all their own? Open to all media, including works that might be unfinished, but are exceptionally well-crafted, tended to, and bring together the hands and heart. The exhibition will be held from August 31 to September 29, 2024, at Woman Made Gallery, 1332 S. Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60607. Entry fee allows submission of up to three works in any medium.

Cash prizes are awarded to three artists in the exhibition, as designated by the juror.  

Connectivity, USA

6 avril 2024 à 15:19

This is an Open Call for an exhibition about connecting to oneself, to others and to one’s surroundings. The exhibition will comprise visual material, tactile and sound explorations, dance, poetry, moving image, and more, through the prism of how we establish and maintain our connections on multiple levels.

WAAM Regional: Spirit of Woodstock, USA

Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, 

WAAM Regional: Spirit of Woodstock, August 16 – October 6, 2024

Reception: Saturday, August 17, 2024, 4-6 PM

WAAM Regional: Spirit of Woodstock is a survey of contemporary work by regional artists that explores the continuing legacy of the spiritual, cultural, political and social changes of the 1960s. WAAM welcomes a range of styles and mediums influenced by this landmark era in Woodstock that continues to have a profound impact on artmaking in the region today. Everything from abstract art to socially engaged practices will be considered to the extent that it reflects the boundary-pushing culture of the time.

WAAM Regional is open to artists living within a 50-mile radius of Woodstock, NY


JUROR: Drew Thompson, Associate Professor of Visual Culture and Black Studies at Bard Graduate Center

SUBMISSION FEE: FREE for members, $35 for non-members

SUBMIT ONLINE: April 2 – May 1, 2024, midnight

NOTIFICATION: via email, May 23, 2024

All media welcome, no size restriction

INTAKE of ARTWORK: Monday, August 12, 10am-5pm

PICK UP of ARTWORK: Monday, October 7, 10am-5pm


Up to three images (.jpg) and descriptions

Brief Artist Statement (300 - 500 words)

  • Artwork must be ready to install with appropriate hardware
  • Video artists may submit one text document with up to 3 links to files to be reviewed. Please provide title, date, running time and retail price for each video.
  • All media will be considered. Submissions can range from, (but aren’t limited to), painting, sculpture, video, photography, drawing, sound and music. There are no size restrictions.
  • Artists must be able to transport or ship work to WAAM. Shipped work must contain a prepaid return label.
  • All work should be in good condition and ready to hang or install
  • Any special installation needs must be supplied by the artist for the duration of the show and should be noted in their submission.
  • All work must be the original conception and execution of the artist listed. No reproductions.
  • WAAM reserves the right to reject works that do not comply with these guidelines or are otherwise found to be unsuitable for display.
  • WAAM takes a 40% commission on sales in support of its programs. Artists should consider this when pricing submitted work. All work submitted must be for sale.
  • Application fee for non-members: $35. Members apply for free. All submissions are welcome.
  • If you are unable to remit the full fee due to financial hardship please contact
  • Questions may be addressed to

About the Juror

Drew Thompson is an art historian and curator of African and Black Diaspora visual and material culture. He recently co-curated the award-winning exhibition Benjamin Wigfall and Communications Village at the Dorsky Museum of Art and Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and Sightlines on Peace, Power, & Prestige: Metal Arts of Africa at Bard Graduate Center Gallery. His art criticism and writings on contemporary art have appeared in Africa Is A Country, Foam Magazine, the White Review and in edited volumes published by the Art Institute of Chicago, the Image Centre, and the Walther Collection.

Ecstatic Resistance Magazine Seeking Submissions for Inaugural Issue, USA

6 avril 2024 à 15:18

Calling all creatives, visionaries, and catalysts with a cause! Fortuna Major Press & Astral Cherry Healing Arts are proud to share that submissions for Ecstatic Resistance Magazine's inaugural issue, Beyond Separation, are OPEN.

In a world shaped by Empire, where separation is the prevailing narrative, we choose to believe in the power of connection, community, and collective resistance! From art that illuminates cross-movement connections to mutual aid projects resisting apartheid, this issue will dismantle the myths of disconnection and individualism. Protest art, event fliers, personal essays, educational guides, poetry, photography, visual artwork, and anything else that you can dream up are welcome for this anthology series.

Ecstatic Resistance Magazine aims to support organizations and mutual aid projects that are directly working toward a more just, liberated future in a way that is aligned with the values of Astral Cherry Healing Arts and Fortuna Major Press. 30% of the profits raised through the distribution of the magazine will go toward such organizations and projects. This issue of the magazine will donate funds to Middle East Children’s Alliance — MECA for Peace as well as Jewish Voice For Peace. 

It is FREE to submit. Previously published work is welcome.

To learn more and submit, visit:


Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, 28 Tinker St, Woodstock, NY

SMALL WORKS: Plant Based, Aug 16 - Oct 6, 2024

JURORS: Tracey Cockrell, interdisciplinary artist and teacher

DEADLINE: May 1, 2024

Small Works: Plant Based invites artists to submit work involving the intersection of nature and art, including botanical art, environmental art, and art and biology. The theme is open for interpretation and we ask artists to submit works that deliver highly-imaginative takes on the theme. The juror will be most interested in the process, materials and message of the artwork.

This exhibition is open to artists living within a 50-mile radius of Woodstock, NY


JUROR: Tracey Cockrell, interdisciplinary artist and teacher

  • SUBMISSION FEE: FREE for members, $20 for non-members
  • SUBMIT ONLINE: April 2 – May 1, 2024, midnight
  • NOTIFICATION: via email, May 23, 2024
  • EXHIBITION DATES: Aug 16 - Oct 6, 2024, opening reception Aug 17, 4-6pm
  • INTAKE of ARTWORK: Monday, August 12, 10am-5pm
  • PICK UP of ARTWORK: Monday, October 7, 10am-5pm

Exhibition will be held in the Founders Gallery of WAAM


  • Size Limit 15 x 15” overall, 24” for sculpture
  • Artists will submit 1 jpg/png/mp3/mov file of works for the juror’s consideration. All media are welcome
  • Brief Artist Statement (300 - 500 words)
  • You must have means to transport the work to & from WAAM and to participate on the drop off and pick up dates.
  • Artists receive 60% of sales during the run of the exhibition. WAAM retains 40% of sales. Work submitted must be for sale.

H2O: The Essence of Water — A Call For Photography, USA

6 avril 2024 à 15:18

We invite you to capture the beauty and significance of water through your lens. Whether it's the tranquil allure of a serene lake, the rhythmic dance of ocean waves, the intricate patterns of rainfall, an abstract version of droplets, or the reflective qualities of water in urban landscapes, we encourage you to delve into the diverse and evocative nature of water.

This is an opportunity to show the world your unique vision and interpretation of this vital element, and to engage viewers with the compelling stories and emotions that water evokes. Selected works will be featured in a prominent online exhibition, offering exposure and recognition for your talent.

BBA Photography Prize 2024, USA

6 avril 2024 à 15:19

The 2024 BBA Photography Prize open call has officially launched! BBA is searching for the best photographic talent from all around the world. Open to any theme or medium, the competition spotlights emerging photographers without restrictions such as age, gender, or background.

An international jury will select 50 photographers for the longlist and 20+ for the shortlist. Simply enter and upload up to 10 photographs for the opportunity to be selected and promoted. Plus, every day BBA features a pic(k) of the day on social media.

With a group exhibition in Berlin for the shortlist and 6 major prizes to be won, the BBA Photography Prize is the perfect platform for your photography. 

Enter now and claim the Earlybird advantage:

Earlybird deadline: 13.05.2024 Midnight CEST

City of Tempe- Arts in the Parks: Call for Visual Artists, USA

6 avril 2024 à 15:19

Learn more and apply at:

Deadline: May 6th at 5:00 p.m.

The City of Tempe is seeking an experienced visual artist or artist collective to create a participatory art piece that is site specific to 8 Arts in the Parks events occurring between September 23 to November 7, 2024. The installation must integrate or address illumination to ensure that the piece remains visible in both daylight and darkness for events spanning from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM. This artwork should be vibrant, dynamic, and engaging to encourage community exploration and creative collaboration. The artwork must incorporate components that can be touched, arranged, or modified by attendees of all ages over the course of the event(s). Possible approaches could include but are not limited to artist made objects that the attendees are encouraged to alter or construct with, or artworks designed with movable parts, interactive elements, or mechanisms that allows park visitors to become active participants in shaping the visual and sensory experience within the park. Successful candidates are expected to attend Arts in the Parks events and meetings related to this project. Artists with an interest in responding to and collaborating with community are encouraged to apply.

Park locations are in Tempe, Arizona: Indian Bend, Scudder, Corbell, Mary and Moses Green, Meyer, Optimist, Clark, and Daumler.

Arts in the Parks Program Description

Arts in the Parks is a City of Tempe CommunityArts program that brings arts-focused events and activities to parks throughout Tempe, Arizona. With sixteen free events throughout the year this program activates outdoor community spaces and gives Tempe residents an opportunity to connect with their neighbors and professional artists while expressing their creativity.

These hyper local events are customized for each park community based on feedback received at previous events and advertised exclusively to the households in close vicinity to each park. Around 250-600 residents of all ages attend each Arts in the Parks event to enjoy themed arts activities, listen to live music, and indulge in the offerings of local food trucks. The Arts in the Parks program places a strong emphasis on inclusive arts encounters that are accessible to everyone, recognizing the diverse composition of each park community in terms of age, cultural backgrounds, and abilities. 


Artists who meet the following qualifications are encouraged to apply:

·       Experience in visual arts and/or multi-modal arts.

·       Demonstrate the ability to complete site-specific projects.

·       Interest in using creative skills to connect and collaborate with community.

·       Reside in the regional southwest: Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah, or New Mexico

·      Will be available the week of September 23rd, the week of October 15th, and the week of November 4th.


·       Attend up to four in person or virtual meetings about progress.

·       Design, fabricate, transport, and store a community collaborative artwork that is illuminated, colorful, vibrant, and encourages participation from event attendees of all ages.

·      Facilitate community engagement with artwork at 8 weeknight Arts in the Parks events. Event hours are from 5:30PM-7:30 PM.

·       Artists must be fully self-sufficient in transporting, setting up, and storing artworks for and in-between Arts in the Parks events.

·       Access to power or water utilities is not available in these parks. If the artwork necessitates these elements, it becomes the artist's responsibility to make appropriate arrangements or find suitable alternatives.



This commission will not fund:

·       Augmented reality experiences and/or artworks that rely on personal cellphones

·       Community murals

·       Artworks that are 100% projection as it needs to be visible in both daylight and darkness.

·       Artwork cannot physically attach to the ground, or any existing structures within the park.



·       March 29th  - Call opens

·       April 25th - Virtual pre-submittal meeting on Zoom. Sign up to receive the pre-submittal meeting zoom link here. If you are unable to attend, a recording of the meeting can be provided upon request.

·       May 6th - Call closes at 5PM

·       Mid-May – Finalists are notified. A stipend of $300 is provided to each finalist to develop a proposal that fits this call.

·       Beginning of June– Proposal presentations and interviews. Artist selected and notified.

·       June– Sept - Planning/Fabrication/Meetings

·       Sept 23rd – Nov 7th - Arts in the Parks weeknight eventsfrom 5:30 PM-7:30 PM.

Call for Art-THIS LAND, USA

Par : Art Fluent
5 avril 2024 à 21:27

ArtFluent invites artists worldwide to submit artwork to our online exhibit, THIS LAND.

The landscape, with itsocean waves sculpting cliffs and the earth's crust shaping mountains, is atestament to the planet's breathtaking beauty. This diversity of landscapesprovides unlimited inspiration for artistic expression, offering so much to exploreand countless ways to get creative. We're captivated by nature's endless beautyand invite you to share your perspective of THIS LAND.

JPEGs due by Friday, July 12, 2024 at midnight MST.
Notification of acceptance and online gallery opening by Friday, August 9, 2024.

This call is open to artists worldwide, both amateur and professional. Workthat has been selected for previous exhibits with Art Fluent will not beconsidered.

Work that is copied or done under the guidance of an instructor is noteligible. Open to ALL fine art mediums (oil, acrylic, watermedia, pastel,drawing, printmaking, mixed media, photography, sculpture, fiber, wood,ceramics, film/video, digital art). AI will not be accepted. Diptychs andtriptychs should be uploaded as a single image.

Entry is done through CaFÉ, a web-based service that allows artists to uploadimages and organize their artwork for submissions to galleries. To apply for acall, you must leave our website and go to the CaFÉ website where you can create a FREE artist account. You will addyour details and upload your images to CaFÉ and then you can submit work to THISLAND. If you have any questions, please contact us at hello@art-fluent.comwe are happy to walk you through the process.

Please only submit properly cropped images of your work that are infocus. We have a free resource for artists for tips on how to get highquality images of your work. Visit for a free download. CaFÉ also offerstips on their blog which you can find here

All images must be in JPEG/JPG format usingCaFÉ guidelines. The image size must be 1,200 pixels or greater on the longestside. Maximum file size is 5 mb. 

Accepted video formats include MOV, MP4, WMV.Aspect ratio 4:3 or 16:9, resolution minimum 640x480, maximum 1920 x1080, bitrate recommended above 240 kbps, recommended frame rate 30 fps. File size mustbe under 100 MB. If your video work has been selected for the exhibit, wekindly request that you provide us with the file link via Vimeo. Please ensurethe linked video is set to be shared publicly. Your video will not play if itis set to private.

Notification will be done by email, everyone who submits will be notified ofthe juror’s selections. If for any reason you do not hear from us by thenotification date, please check the filters in your email account. Notificationemails are sent to the email on file with CaFÉ.

All sales inquiries will be directed to the artist’s website and/or contactinformation. For any artwork that is sold, the artists receive 100% of thesale.  

A portion of the proceeds from the entry fees is donated to organizationscommitted to the arts and supporting artists.

Cash awards over $600 are subject to federal income tax withholding within theUnited States. A W-9 form must be filled out by the winner and submitted to ArtFluent, Inc.

By entering our calls for art through CaFÉ you are agreeing to be added to ArtFluent's email list for forthcoming artist opportunities. By submittingimages, you agree that the images are your own work, nothing copied, you ownall rights to the images, and you take full responsibility for the content ofall images, including the likeness of recognizable individuals. The actualartwork will remain the property of the artist, our mission is to promoteartists and their work. Should your work be accepted, you grant Art Fluent theright to reproduce your image on our website, on social media, and whereappropriate to help promote further online opportunities. Art Fluent willalways credit you and your copyright wherever feasible. We will not use yourimage for any other purpose without the artist’s permission.

Garden State Art Weekend – Open Gallery Hours, USA

Join us as we participate in the Garden State Art Weekend! In the gallery at West Windsor Arts during April will be our Member Show, Leave Your Mark. We have an exceptional group of artist members and are delighted to share their work. The show was juried by our artist-in-residence, Fiona Clark, who will also have her work on display. Our volunteer Exhibits Committee will have some hands-on activities, allowing visitors to participate and leave their mark.

The Lido Open 2024

6 avril 2024 à 17:50
Job Exhibiting

Calling all artists working in 2D wall based media to submit work for consideration. The deadline to apply is 2 June 2024- please share widely to support this fantastic prize!


3 avril 2024 à 20:09
Job Collaborative projects

ARTSFEST is a biennial arts festival dedicated to showcasing all artists at any stage of their career. Our open call is now live.
The theme of our third show is ENGAGING, the deadline to submit is the 30/04/24.
Please read our guidelines before submitting.

Last Days Open Call Beta Publica Showcase

6 avril 2024 à 11:50
XI Edition Beta Publica Showcase

In collaboration with the Madrid en Danza Festival, the BETA PUBLICA Association announces the XI EDITION of the BETA PUBLICA International Choreographic Showcase to be held in Madrid (Spain) on May 13th and 14th, 2024 Open Call until April 7th at 23:59 CET. Where: TBD, Madrid, Spain When: May 13th and 14th 2024 Deadline for applications: April 7th 2024 at 23:59 CET The BETA PUBLICA Association aims […]

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Workshop / Stage Paris Italie

6 avril 2024 à 10:57
Workshop / Stage Paris Italie

Workshop / Stage Paris & Italie Summer Intensive – mixing contemporary, classical and various repertoires from companies. There will be 3 classes of two-hours  each day (classical, contemporanean, IFunamboli repertoire, Aterballetto repertoire, Choreography workshop ) Where: Bordeaux, France When: From July 15 to July 19 Deadline for applications: June 15 2024 The professors for the upcoming workshop are: Marc-Emmanuel Zanoli: Classical […]

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Munich Grand Prix 2024 International Ballet Competition

6 avril 2024 à 10:46
Munich Grand Prix 2024 International Ballet Competition

Register to take part in Munich Grand Prix 2024 International Ballet Competition. Prize moneyGrand Prix : 1.000 €Artistic Prize: 500€Prize of the International Ballet Forum: 300€Music Where: Fürstenfeldbruck, Germany When: 05.05.2024 Deadline for applications: 20.04.2024 See our flyerCatego ryClassical / Neoclassical / Modern / ContemporaryDance groupsPas de deux / GroupsClassical / Contemporary / Mode rn […]

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Summer Workshop Munich International Ballet School

6 avril 2024 à 10:37
Summer Workshop Munich International Ballet School

Summer workshop from 22.07. -07.09.2024 in Munich, Germany. Unforgettable workshop with great teachers. Where: Munich, Germany When: 22.07. -07.09.2024 Improve your skills, learning strong technique, enjoying dancing, improve condition. How to apply:Please fill out the form on our website Costs for participants: see registration form Contact details:Kumiko Noshiro+49 (0) For further information, please visit […]

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Paris Summer Academy 2024

6 avril 2024 à 10:22
Paris Summer Academy 2024

Paris Summer Academy (PSA) is a unique type of professional intensive program with an interdisciplinary approach to different art forms including Contemporary Dance, Physical Theatre, Performance Art, and Voice among others. Where: Paris, France When: 5 – 28 August 2024 Deadline for applications: Ongoing (limited capacity) Paris Summer Academy (PSA) is a unique type of professional intensive program with an interdisciplinary […]

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Summer Workshop With Lali Ayguade

5 avril 2024 à 10:27
Summer Workshop With Lali Ayguade

A one-week workshop in Barcelona with the choreographer Lali Ayguadé. Where: Carrer del Telègraf, 67, 08041, Barcelona, Spain When: June 17 to 21, from 11.30 a 14.30 h Deadline for applications: June 16, 2024 “From gravity to lightness” My work is based on how we use the floor when we dance, giving great importance to our base, the feet, […]

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