Looking for a place to show your stuff? If you are yet to be signed or you’re looking for new venues, a call for entry list can be a great resource.
Along with the calls listed below, here is a short list a sites to get you started. If you have a favorite, or would like your site added to the list, drop us a line in the comments below.
Sites we think are good ones:
Call for entries: March Synthetic Zero Event
The Synthetic Zero events are a series of informal, DIY-style art events focusing on high quality experimental and contemporary work in different media. We typically do not have a specific theme for each event but instead work with ideas that emerge from the interaction between submitted work and curatorial interests. By working this way, we hope the events reflect back the dialogue and practice of artists involved and create evocative encounters for the audience. In the past, a diverse set of curators has chosen work by artists from around the world, including Miranda July, Yoshi Sodeoka, Zoe Leonard, Hector Canonge, Benton Bainbridge, and many others. Prior event programs can be found here.
To be considered, send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Link to artist website AND/OR Artist Statement
Up to 5 jpegs
If submitting video:
Links to video on Vimeo, YouTube, or downloadable video files
This event is curated by Mitsu Hadeishi.
The competition theme is “Blue.” Shades, spaces, feelings of blue. Show us what blue means to you.
Call for artists: ArtAscent is now accepting submissions for the international art competition themed “Blue.”
All work is evaluated based on the vision as relates to the submission theme. Submissions including diverse interpretations of the theme will be considered. The beauty of art is that 100 artists can look at the same thing and interpret it in completely unique ways. That’s what can make it breathtaking. When you enter the competition, there is an ‘artists statement’ portion where you can provide context for your art and briefly explain how it relates to the theme. Share your interpretation and you might win a cash prize, be professionally reviewed and profiled, and/or be published in ArtAscent Journal of Art & Literature!
Briefly… APEX Awards call for entries for 2014
The annual APEX Awards is open for entry for the 2014 season. Brand barons and marketing moguls are called upon to enter their best communications campaigns that worked and worked hard to deliver a tangible, measured return on investment and/or objectives.
“We are not just calling for work. We are calling for ideas that ignited intrigue in the minds of consumers and led to desire in their hearts. We’re looking for ideas that widened eyes and opened wallets even wider. We’re calling for ideas that directly contributed to the client’s bottom line. We want the work that worked.” said APEX jury chairperson, Andy Rice.
The annual APEX Awards is hosted by the Association for Communication and Advertising (ACA) which is the recognised industry body of the advertising and communications sector of South Africa. APEX recognises and celebrates communications campaigns’ performance excellence by contributing tangibly client’s business and bottom line. Entry into the prestigious APEX Awards is exclusive to agencies that are members the ACA and their clients.
Odette van der Haar (Roper) CEO of ACA explains: “An APEX represents a demonstration of both strategic and creative effectiveness and showcases award winners as being leaders in their field. An APEX symbolises the achievement of a communications campaign’s performance excellence in an industry that is constantly refining and redefining creativity.”
Compulsory briefing sessions for entrants will be held in Johannesburg and Cape Town on the 21 January and 23 January 2014. There is no cost to attend however seats are limited and booking via email to email@example.com is required. For more information about the APEX awards and the briefing sessions visit www.acasa.co.za/apex.aspx
Final Call for Entries to Sony World Photography Awards 2014 – Photo Review
Final Call for Entries to Sony World Photography Awards 2014
Entries to the Open and Youth competitions of the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards will close on 6 January, followed by the deadline for the Professional competition on 9 January.
The awards are split into four sections: Open, Youth, Professional and Student Focus. Photographers can enter up to three photographs free of charge and entries may be submitted into one category or spread across multiple categories. Full details and entry forms can be found at http://www.worldphoto.org/competitions/ .
The 2014 Honorary Judging Committee will be chaired by William Hunt, photography consultant based in New York, who will once again also host the annual awards gala on 30 April, 2014. The full panel comprises of photography professionals from the World Photographic Academy including: Ruth Eichhorn, Director of Photography, Geo Magazine (Germany); Johanna Neurath, Design Director for Thames & Hudson publishing (UK); Isbaella Icoz, Curator (Turkey); Guy Harrington, Director, Soho Management (UK); Matthew Pillsbury, Photographer (US); Harry Hardie, Panos Pictures/ HERE Press (UK); Suzy Koo, Creative Media Manager, Burberry (UK); Poorna Bell, Lifestyle Editor, Huffington Post and Simon Barnett, Director of Photography, CNN Digital.
Joplin Independent: PhotoSpiva 2014 calls for entries
PhotoSpiva 2014 calls for entries
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Gibbes Museum releases call for entries for Mary Whyte Award | Culture Shock | Charleston City Paper
Gibbes Museum releases call for entries for Mary Whyte Award
Only visual arts teachers need apply
Posted by Amanda Merritt on Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 10:39 AM
The Gibbes Museum of Art is taking entries for the annual Mary Whyte Art Educator Award. The prize of $2500 is presented to a South Carolina high school visual art teacher who exemplifies commitment to student education and art.
Applicants must submit a resume, a lesson plan, and examples of student work produced under the plan. This year’s winner, Wando High School’s Ashley Webb, submitted a lesson that had her students represent their family structure using visual symbols from art and literature.
The award is named after nationally recognized watercolorist and Johns Island resident Mary Whyte. Applications can be submitted at marywhyteaward.org until March 1.Tags: Gibbes Museum , Mary Whyte , visual arts , education , award , art teachers , Image
ABP Issues 2014 Call for Entries | AWN | Animation World Network
ABP Issues 2014 Call for Entries
The eleventh annual Animation Block Party film festival is now open for submissions. Prizes include software from Toon Boom, DigiCel, Dragonframe and much more.
Dedicated to exhibiting all genres of the world’s best independent, professional and student animation,Animation Block Party is the premier animation festival of the East Coast. Since the first official ABP film festival on September 9th, 2004, thousands of filmmakers have submitted their animated shorts and screened them at the yearly fest in Brooklyn, NY. The tenth annual Animation Block Party was July 25-28, 2013 at The Music Hall of Williamsburg, Rooftop Films & BAMcinématek, and was attended by over 4,500 fans, filmmakers, industry executives and distributors.
Animation films for submission can be anywhere from 30 seconds to 30 minutes. All genres are welcome, but animation only. Early submissions are $30 and must be postmarked by March 6, 2014. The final deadline for submissions is May 2, 2014, although for an extra $5 ABP will accept late submissions postmarked by June 2, 2014.
For more details, and to submit your short films, visit http://animationblock.com/submit .
Source: Animation Block Party