Friday, August 19, 2011
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Call and Response: From Artemisia to Frida - Sponsored by the Koehnline Museum of Art and theWomen’s and Gender Studies Program
A Juried Exhibition of Art by Women
Sponsored by the Koehnline Museum of Art and theWomen’s and Gender Studies Program at Oakton Community College.
This year’s annual collaboration between theWomen’s and Gender Studies Program and the Koehnline Museum challenges presenters to engage with and respond to the work of an influential woman artist. Oakton Community College invites women artists of all media to submit a single work that honors, critiques, or expands upon the techniques and/or content of a groundbreaking female “master” of either the past or the present.
Where: Koehnline Museum of Art, Oakton Community College, 1600 East Golf Road, Des Plaines, IL, 847-635-2633
When: The exhibit runs October 6 - 28, 2011. A public reception will be held Thursday, October 6, from 5 to 8 p.m. Artists are encouraged to attend this special event and discuss their work with students, faculty, staff, and community members.
Who: Artists who self-identify as women are invited to submit one work for consideration. Submissions must be from professional artists 18 years of age or older.
Jury/Entry Fee: No entry fee.
Catalog: A catalog of the exhibition will be produced.
Submission of Work: Each artist may submit one original work for consideration.Work should relate to the theme of
“call and response.”
DEADLINE AND GUIDELINES:
Submissions must arrive at the Koehnline Museum of Art by August 26, 2011.
Submission on CD only. Image should be a JPEG (.jpg) of at least 300 dpi. The CD should be labeled with the artist’s name, title of work, date, and medium. In addition, the CD also should contain a single MicrosoftWord document with artist biography (maximum 300 words, narrative form—no résumés) and a brief statement about the submitted work including information about the connection to the selected artist and, if applicable, the specific artwork referenced.
Also complete the attached form and return it with your CD. If you would like your CD returned, include SASE.
Media: All media considered. Performance works will be considered if appropriate to the space. Installations and work that the artist determines to be delicate must be installed and removed by the artist. The Museum manager will determine if works should be installed and removed by the artist.
Size Limitations: None.
Insurance: All work will be insured while in the Museum.
Delivery of AcceptedWork: All work must arrive at the Museum by 5 p.m., Monday, September 26, 2011.
Pickup ofWork: Monday, October 31, 2011, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., or by appointment. If the indicated times for delivery or pickup are not convenient for you, contact Nathan Harpaz, manager of the Koehnline Museum of Art, 847-635-2633, to arrange a more convenient time and date.
Other Information: Please place the following information on the back of each piece: Artist’s name and phone number; title of work; year completed; medium; and insurance value. The Koehnline Museum does not take commissions on sales. Artists will be placed in contact with interested buyers.
Questions? Call Nathan Harpaz, Ph.D., manager of the Koehnline Museum of Art, 847-635-2633.
WOMEN’S JURIED ART EXHIBITION SUBMISSION FORM
Call and Response: From Artemisia to Frida
Phone _______________________ ________________________
Address ___________________________________________ City______________________________ State/Zip ________________
Title ofWork: _____________________________________________________________________ Year Completed: _____________
Size: _____________________________________ Medium:___________________________________________________________
Insurance Value: ________________________
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Two Printmakers will be chosen to receive free, 6-month keyholder memberships to the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative (a $1200 value). The artwork created at CPC by the two winners will be exhibited in the summer of 2012.
No Entry Fee!
(yes, we're artists too. we get it. we just want you to send us your best work for consideration, and then we want to give away the inkfarm because we want you to have a cool place to work with other cool printmakers, because that's just the way we are)
Juror: Debora Wood, Senior Curator
Mary & Leigh Bloch Museum of Art, Northwestern University
Ten top selected artists will be invited to exhibit in CPC's
SUMMER EXHIBITION 2011.
(Two of these top ten artists will be selected to win the grand prizes)
Deadline for submissions: May 1st, 2011
Friday, March 4, 2011
The Art Fair celebrated its 49th anniversary! The Village Green, downtown Skokie, at 5211 Oakton, is the site of this beautiful annual event. Skokie is proud to claim this event as one of the most established, high-quality art fairs held on the North Shore. It attracts artists from many parts of the country. Artists represent categories such as 2-dimensional paintings, photography, sculpture, ceramics, glass and much more. In addition, there was live music, face-painting and ice cream.
Dates: July 9 - 10 on the Skokie Village Green
or call 847.677-8163.
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
54th National Multi-Media Juried Art Show at the Maria V. Howard in David Edgar (www.plastiquarium.com )
Entry deadline: For more information call . or email Catherine.firstname.lastname@example.org. Downloadable prospectus: www.imperialcentre.org/arts and click on “Artist Opportunities” : open to all 2D, 3D, and multimedia except installation. $3,300 in prizes. Submit up to 4 works for $25 entry fee. Juror:
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
You are invited to participate in an on-line exhibition, open to all artists.
The objective of this exhibition is to provide artwork that aligns with the theme
Our Juror Cathy Breslaw
Born in Coral Gables, Florida and raised in Baltimore Maryland, Cathy Breslaw received a BA degree in American Studies from George Washington University in Washington D.C., an MSW (Masters of Social Work) from Howard University in Washington, D.C. and an MFA from in Claremont California.
She currently lives and works in . Breslaw is a contemporary visual artist who has had a series of solo and group exhibitions across the United States in museums, commercial galleries, , college and university galleries and alternative spaces. Her work is a combination of drawings, wall, floor and installation pieces made primarily from industrial mesh but also includes mixed media of other types.
Will appear at www.zhibit.org/sdwcajuriedshow
Best in Show -
Most representing the theme: to be the featured artist for 2 months on TWO websites, WCA San Diego Chaptersite and our online juried show site.
• 1st Place - $100
• 2nd Place - $50
• 3rd Place - $25
Prospectus and Registration Form are attached this e-mail
Questions E-mail email@example.com
Future Themes: Diversity – Deadline ; – Deadline ; Bursting Out – Deadline and Open Theme (anything goes) –Deadline
Friday, February 11, 2011
Thursday, February 3, 2011
Silver Cross will open its new hospital in New Lenox . We are looking for professional artists from Chicago and surrounding suburbs to be part of this exciting project.
If you are interested in submitting your work, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Art to Help Patients Heal! How do you choose artwork for a hospital being built around principles of evidence-based design of healing environments? By following principles of evidence-based art selection, not only for the art that will hang on the walls of patient rooms but for the sculptures, paintings, photography, textiles and other artwork that will appear throughout the and grounds.
Research confirms that art does more than merely decorate the walls; well-chosen art actually helps people feel better and heal more quickly. Silver Cross is working with the country's local arts consultants for hospitals, Kathy Hathorn of American Art Resources, who will be selecting the artists whose work will be purchased for the Silver Cross Replacement Hospital . American Art Resources, in turn, wants to consider as many local professional artists as possible, when their work meets these evidence based guidelines.
If you are interested in submitting your work, please email:
to request further details or visit:
Sunday, January 30, 2011
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Please take two minutes to take action and send a message to your member of Congress in support of the National Endowment for the arts.
Several major newspapers across the country interviewed Americans for the Arts President and CEO Bob Lynch in response to the dubious notion that cutting the arts will actually reduce the nation’s deficit.
Since 1965, the National Endowment for the Arts has been serving arts organizations and artists in every state and every community. The arts not only play an important role in our nation’s well-being and foster creativity and innovation, but they also create jobs and prepare our workforce to compete in the global economy. Including the arts in a comprehensive and formal education for every student is critical.