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2018 Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship
Nomination deadline: Monday, November 13, 2017 at 11:59 PM EST

Applications due:  Monday, January 15, 2018 at 11:59 PM EST

All applicants notified of final decision: April 16, 2018

2018 SARF Fellowships must be completed by September 30, 2019

The Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship (SARF) program was launched in 2007 to provide outstanding visual artists from across the world a unique opportunity to work with Smithsonian museums, research sites, collections, and scholars, so they may conduct research that inspires new artwork. SARF Fellows spend one to two months in residence at the Smithsonian immersed in its unparalleled collections and multidisciplinary scholarly expertise, building connections between art, science, history and culture. The program embodies the depth and breadth of the Smithsonian. Fellows have studied not only what is on view in the Smithsonian’s nineteen museums and National Zoo, but also the vast collections in non-public areas, libraries, archives, gardens, laboratories, storage facilities and field sites in the U.S. and abroad.

For more information and to apply, click here.


New: The 2018-2019 Robert Giard Fellowship
Deadline: November 15, 2017, 7:00 pm

This award is presented to an emerging, early- or mid-career artist from any country working in photography or photo-based media. This award will support a directed project, one that is new or continuing, and that addresses issues of sexuality, gender, or LGBTQ identity.

For more information and to apply, click here.


Terra Foundation Affiliated Fellowship in Rome
Deadline: November 15, 2017
This Fellowship offers support for a postdoctoral and senior scholar to conduct research on American art and visual culture (not including architecture) prior to 1980 while in residence at the American Academy in Rome for a period of 4 to 6 months. During that time, the Fellowship recipient will pursue their work in an atmosphere conducive to intellectual and artistic freedom, interdisciplinary exchange, and innovation.
The Fellowship has the following objectives:
  • To stimulate research on topics treating issues of Italian-American exchange;
  • To enrich the field of historic American art by bringing its practitioners into dialogue with the scholarly community of the American Academy in Rome;
  • To advance post-doctoral research on subjects related to the history of American Art until 1980 by scholars based in Italy; and
  • To encourage research on American Art requiring first-hand exposure to collections and archives in the Rome area.
For more information, and to apply, click here.


City of Loveland Art in Public Places
The Foundry Project
Parking Garage – Lincoln Avenue (Highway 287 North)
Deadline: November 17th

The City of Loveland Art in Public Places is accepting Requests for Qualifications for two sculptural works to be installed in downtown Loveland for The Foundry project. Public artwork will be prominently featured throughout this development through permanent installations, annual public art projects and temporary installations.

City Parking Garage (Permanent Installations): Two areas on the City’s public parking structure have been identified for public art installations. Artists/artist teams may apply for one or both projects. (Separate applications must be submitted for each site.)

  • Parking Garage – Lincoln Avenue Budget: $ 50,000
  • Parking Garage – Second Street Budget: $100,000

Scope and Project Description – Lincoln Avenue (Highway 287 North)

The Lincoln Avenue side of the parking garage it highly visible as it faces Highway 287, the main highway through downtown Loveland. The art installation will be supported upon a concrete wall (constructed by others) measuring 30′ x 54′. This surface will be conducive to two and three-dimensional artwork. (Three-dimensional artwork will be limited near the ground due to encroachments.)

For more information and to apply, click here.


RFQ: Public Art, University Systems of Maryland
Deadline: November 17th

The Maryland State Arts Council in partnership with the University Systems of Maryland announces a Request for Qualifications for a public art project on the campus of the Universities at Shady Grove, Rockville, MD. Budget $560,000. The new Biomedical Sciences and Engineering Education Facility is 228,000 SF that will serve the STEMM fields. The facility will be sustainably sourced and built and should achieve Gold Level LEED certification. The BSE will educate students and users about the building’s systems and sustainable features such as sunshades, baffles, skylights, bio-swales and rainwater harvesting. The artwork should highlight the mission of the BSE STEMM fields and building sustainability features and should visually link inside and outside and connect to the campus. Artist or artist teams apply submitting a Statement of Interest, Resume, Refer! ences, and 12 background images. Click here for full guidelines including building plans.

For more information and to apply, click here.


Greenmount West Community Association RFP for Guilford Bridge Mural
Deadline: November 15, 2017

In an effort to create a safer and more welcoming entrance point to our neighborhood, our community proposes substantial improvements to the Guilford Avenue bridge. These improvements include benches, planter boxes, lighting and murals. This Request For Proposals is specifically for the MURAL portion of our project. Artists do not need to have created murals in the past to apply, but having a history of or knowledge of outdoor and large scale work is helpful. This will be a ground level mural project, thus, all ages and community groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

To apply, click here.


On Demand: Call for Entry for Digital Content and Time Based Media for Light City 2018
Deadline: November 15th, 2017

Featured along with the 22 illuminated sculptures on the 2018 BGE Light Art Walk, Light City Baltimore will host On Demand, an exhibition of time based digital content.  On Demand will host a curated program of looped video and time-based media content, exploring the range and diversity of experimental forms of cinema made locally and abroad. Creatives working across traditional and experimental short films, animations, poetronica, music videos, and other forms of digital media are encouraged to submit their existing works for consideration.

For more information and to apply, click here.


Residency at the McColl Center for Art + Innovation
Deadline: November 15th, 2017

McColl Center for Art + Innovation is a nationally acclaimed artist residency and contemporary art space in Charlotte, North Carolina. Its mission is to empower artists, advance communities, and contribute positive impacts to its broad public audience by introducing a range of current artistic practices. Located in the former Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in Uptown Charlotte, McColl Center houses nine individual artist studios, more than 5,000 square feet of exhibition space, and multiple common-use spaces, including a studio for large-scale sculpture fabrication. They invite artists to take risks in their processes and explore their ideas within the context of Charlotte. They welcome the visiting public to connect with contemporary art and artists through exhibitions and public programs.

For more information and to apply, click here.


The Baker Artist Portfolios
Deadline: Wednesday, November 15th

If you have not logged into your portfolio before November 15th, your portfolio will be unpublished (but you can bring it back anytime by logging back in). Portfolio submissions will close on Thursday, December 21st at 5PM. All artists with an active portfolio on December 21st will be reviewed for a Baker Artist Awards.

This year, as in last, we will award one $10,000 prize per discipline. One of the six selected artists will receive an additional $30,000 prize.

For information and to start a portfolio, click here.

Need information, technical assistance, or help with your portfolio? We will be hosting a number of sessions in the coming months! Info sessions are an opportunity to hear a presentation about the ins and outs of the Baker Website as well as hear strategy from a past Baker Artist Awardee!Working Sessions are an opportunity for one-on-one technical assistance with GBCA Staff. Sign up here.


Deadline: November 20th

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation’s film touring program supports all-expense-paid tours to connect filmmakers with new audiences across the mid-Atlantic region.

No submission fee to apply! On Screen/In Person provides opportunities for independent filmmakers from across the United States to tour throughout the mid-Atlantic region with their recent films and foster greater understanding and appreciation of their work through direct audience engagement.

What Filmmakers Receive

  • Six-to-ten screenings at presenting organizations across the mid-Atlantic
  • All travel expenses are paid by Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation
  • A $200 per diem for each calendar day the filmmaker is on tour
  • A $400 stipend from each host site/screening engagement

To learn more about the program, eligibility requirements, and connect to the online application, please visit the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation website.


Keshet Dance & Center for the Arts Makers Space Experience
Deadline: November 20th

The Keshet Makers Space Experience (MSE) is a format in which choreographers/dancemakers have access to space to develop their craft and their products, at whatever stage that might be – newly germinating ideas, final development of full productions, and/or anything in between – assisting in the process of bringing art to market.

Keshet provides physical space for the “making” at the Keshet Center for the Arts in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Keshet Center for the Arts has 5 studios and a 220-seat black box theater within which visiting artists can use the space in exchange for providing a few master classes during their time at Keshet. These master classes are open to the community, and when Makers are visiting during a designated cohort period, the classes are also intended for Makers Space participants to learn from and about each other. The upcoming 2018 Makers Space Experience includes two cohort periods held in the early months of 2018. Keshet will select 5 Makers for each of the 10-day residency periods at the Keshet Center for the Arts. Applicants/Makers can be individual artists (or an applicant team of 2 artists who don’t mind sharing a hotel room together and rehearsing in the same studio together).

For more information and to apply, click here.


Deadline : Nov 30, 2017

The MAGASIN des Horizons has the pleasure of organizing an interdisciplinary event in theGrenoble area for the year 2018: the WALKS ACADEMY. The present call to walking reflects our commitment to fostering artistic creation and ensuring favorable conditions for a close encounter between artists, the Alpine region, and the local population.

There are as many ways of walking as there are walkers. The WALKS ACADEMY intends to explore them collectively and individually, roaming and wandering, in meditation and activism: We thus issue a call to walking!

A call for ideas about walking: Whether you are an explorer, a pilgrim, a migrant, or you walk for political, poetic, or sports-related reasons!

Walks may take all possible and imaginable forms:

  • Informed by protest, “sensibility,” or poetry
  • Downtown, in the suburbs or in the wild
  • With shoes or barefoot, clothed or naked
  • Slow walks, blind walks, nocturnal, athletic, political walks, pride marches, meditative, Afghan walking, to get lost, etc.
  • Carnivals, philosophical walks, demonstrations, activist marches, silent walks, collective wandering…
For information and to apply, click here.


Zaratan AIR | Artistic Residencies
Deadline: November 30th

Zaratan – Arte Contemporânea is now accepting applications for Zaratan Artist In Residence 2018 programme provides a private workspace, a creative and thrilling artistic community, exhibition opportunities and professional development for international artists in Lisbon (Portugal). Please be aware that beside receiving application for our regular program of residency, we are now launching our open call for Zaratan’s annual 4 WEEKS RESIDENCY GRANT, which covers the studio and accommodation contributions for one artist/collective selected through the application process by our curatorial team. Residencies will start between January and December 2018, and will last 1 to 3 months.

For more information and to apply, click here.


Fish Factory Residency – The Creative Centre of Stöðvarfjörður, Iceland
Deadline: November 30,2017
Duration: 1 – 6 months

The Fish Factory Residency at the Creative Centre provides emerging and established artists, creatives, designers and progressive thinkers a port for free expression and a place to meet with other creative people in a small collaborative community.  We offer a shared studio space (95 m2) for 6 Artists and one private studio (18.5 m2). The Centre has fully equipped wood & metal workshops, ceramic workshop, kitchen, small library, sewing workshop and a Concert hall.

Emerging and established Artists, Writers, Musicians, Dancers, Designers are eligible to apply. Artists take care of their expenses for transport, meals and the the residency fee. We offer a Shared Studio for 85 000 ISK and a Private Studio 95 000 ISK. The Fee includes a private room in the Artist apartment and pick up at local Airport on arrival.

For more information and to apply, click here.


Deadline: Friday, Dec. 1, 2017
RESIDENCY PERIOD: Mid-March through April 2018

The Ekard Artist Residency provides private housing, a multi-purpose studio, meals, a materials budget and a $10,000(US) honorarium. Other expenses, including travel, must be covered out of the honorarium. Payment will be made upon the completion of the residency.

Bucknell University’s Department of Art & Art History and Samek Art Museum invite applications from visual artists working in experimental media for the Ekard Artist Residency. This residency, in its pilot year, offers the artist time and space to work as well as an opportunity to publicly present their work on campus. The Ekard Artist Residency seeks to provide students at Bucknell with the opportunity to engage with, and learn from accomplished artists through master classes, workshops, demonstrations and/or studio critiques in conjunction with the Department of Art & Art History.

For information and to apply click here.


OPEN CALL for Field Projects
Deadline: December 2nd

Entry fee: $35

Field Projects is an artist run project space and online venue dedicated to emerging and mid-career artists. Centered on long term curatorial projects, Field Projects presents monthly exhibitions at their Chelsea location in addition to pop-up exhibitions throughout New York City, and Art Fairs.

For more information and to apply, click here.


New: Soulangh Artist Village, Taiwan
Deadline: December 10th

International artists participating in the Residence Program of SAV stay in a vibrant community of artists and have the opportunity to exchange techniques and ideas with other artists; local and international, emerging and established. Artists live in close proximity to local craftsmen and artisans and are encouraged to take the community and the vibrant local culture as inspiration for their artworks. The village has professional, wheelchair-accessible, air-conditioned, modern studio spaces, galleries and theatres for exhibitions, workshops and performances.

For more information and to apply, click here.


New: Science Gallery Lab Detroit: HUSTLE
Deadline: December 15th
Science Gallery Lab Detroit is seeking proposals for up to 20 works for HUSTLE, a free exhibition that explores what it means to work hard or get worked over. Deadline for applications is December 15th, 2017, 5pm EST. Provisional exhibition dates are early June 2018 – late August 2018.

The spirit of the hustle has become an unofficial rallying cry for Detroit. Historically, the city has symbolized both the American dream and blue collar grit, developing a reputation for the resilience of its people in the face of everything from economic recession to civil rights issues. Art, music, entrepreneurship, and activism are just a few of the ways that Detroit’s people have broadcast their hustle with ingenuity, yearning, and pride.

For more information and to apply, click here.


Deadline: December 15th

VisArts invites applications from emerging curators to work with an experienced mentoring curator to develop and present an exhibition. The VisArts Emerging Curator Program offers a unique opportunity for an emerging curator to work with an experienced mentoring curator to develop and present an exhibition and to assist in the presentation of the mentor’s exhibition. In an effort to develop expanded education programming/enhanced visitor experiences, the 2018 Emerging Curator and the Mentoring Curator will also focus on developing tools, templates, technological enhancements and funding strategies to support public programming that promotes social interaction, creative exchange and audience engagement. VisArts will provide the Emerging Curator with an exhibition budget of $10,000. Additional funding and staff support for printing, promotions, and execution of exhibition programming is available. The program is one year and will begin in January 2018. Application Deadline is December 15, 2017, midnight.

For more information and to apply, click here.


Deadline: December 15th

Objects of Fascination (OF), the Currents New Media Store, is a fresh new enterprise to showcase objects of fascination that marry hand and machine crafted work. The goal of the store is to support artists working on the evolving edge of creativity using innovative technical, computer driven tools, as well as to provide financial sustainability for CURRENTS and the new media community. The store will open in June 2018 in conjunction with the CURRENTS New Media Festival in Santa Fe, NM. Inventory will be available online through our website in the fall of 2018. We hope, in the future to expand into physical locations in Santa Fe and elsewhere. We are now accepting product submissions for the launch of OF this coming June.

Some of the categories we are looking for include but are not limited to:

  • Artist designed and made objects that are digitally produced or enhanced
  • Utilitarian and or household/tabletop items
  • Small electronics and gadgets
  • Small interactive objects
  • Surprise us!

For more information and to apply, click here.


Call for proposals: “Transition”
Deadline: December 15th, 2017

The WMA Commission is inviting entries for proposals from artists and photographers from both Hong Kong and the international community to create new research-based photography work in Hong Kong, focusing on the theme of “Transition”. Project proposals must contextually relate to both the theme and to Hong Kong. A five-member selection panel will choose the WMA Commission Recipient, who will be awarded a 250,000 HKD grant. The grant will contribute towards the production of the successful proposal and a public event featuring the completed work, which will be given a place in the WMA Collection. The WMA Commission is a part of the WMA programme.

Full details can be found here.


Bemis Contemporary Arts Center Open Call 2018 Artist-in-Residence Opportunities
Residency Session: September 19-November 16, 2018
Deadline: December 15, 2017

Selected artists-in-residence enjoy generous sized, private live/work studios complete with kitchen and bathroom. Located in downtown Omaha’s historic Old Market, the Bemis Center’s 110,000 square foot facility accommodates a broad range of artistic activity. Artists-in-residence have 24-hour access to extensive installation and production spaces and the Okada Sculpture & Ceramics Facility, a 9,000 square foot industrial space used for large-scale sculpture fabrication. This independently driven atmosphere and communal environment encourage creative growth and experimentation to confront new challenges. This is a process-based residency; there is no expectation or promise of an exhibition in our first-floor galleries. Artists-in-residence receive a $750 monthly stipend to help with materials, supplies, and living expenses while in residency. An unrestricted $500 travel stipend is also provided.

For more information and to apply, click here.


Call For Submissions for the Video Poetry Symposium
Deadline: December 31st at 12:12 P.M.

Submission fee: $18

Poets, filmmakers, media artists, and digital artists are called to submit their work to the 1st Annual Film and Video Poetry Symposium hosted by the the Film and Video Poetry Society.

This film festival and symposium will screen a large scope of film and video projects developed through the medium of poetry. Eligible submissions have a maximum length of 32 minutes. There are no restrictions regarding when the film was produced or if the film has premiered regionally or internationally. There are no restrictions on subject matter, theme or topic. Your project may be created with any language though subtitles in English are required.

Virtual reality projects, installation proposals, and video art presentations that hybrid or contain strong aspects of poetry are encouraged.

For more information and to apply, click here. Questions may be directed to:


Baker Artist Awards – Baltimore visual artists, performing artists, composers, musicians
Deadline: December 21st

It’s time to update or create your portfolio so that you can be eligible for the next round of Baker Artist Awards. Awards will include $10,000 for an artist in each of the six disciplines. One of these artists will then be selected to receive an additional $30,000 prize.

For more information, click here.


Monumental Sites – Creative Responses to Baltimore’s Confederate Monuments
Deadline: December 31st

The removal of Baltimore’s Confederate monuments has captured the attention of the public and inspired artists and others to propose ideas for what might happen next at the four sites left behind. In response, the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts has created an online portal, “Monumental Sites,” to serve as a central repository for the public’s suggestions and ideas.

Please use this online application as a portal to submit your ideas and creative responses to addressing the former sites of the monuments and the remaining bases.


New: Science Gallery Melbourne: PERFECTION
Deadline: January 2nd, 2018
Science Gallery Melbourne is seeking proposals for up to 20 works for PERFECTION, an exhibition and public program aimed at young adults, that asks artists, designers and scientists – what does it mean to be perfect?
From the precision and accuracy of mathematics and symmetry in design and architecture, to our quest for the perfect appearance, perfect match and the perfect photo filter – why do humans strive for perfection? Through the lens of artists, musicians, mathematicians, architects, designers, psychologists and surgeons, Science Gallery Melbourne will explore what it means to pursue personal perfection in a non-perfect world.

For more information and to apply, click here.


Beijing22 Open Call
Deadline: January 15th, 2018

Beijing22 is an open, independent, long-term curatorial project, which will investigate the dynamics of Beijing’s urban space in the five years preceding the Olympic Games in 2022. Over this timespan, Beijing22 manifests itself in exhibitions, publications, talks, conferences and other activities. The project thereby archives the various perspectives of artists, curators, academics and journalists from China and abroad.

Two research grants that will be awarded for the development of scientific, essayistic, journalistic and / or artistic content to contribute to the discussion about city of Beijing and its ongoing transformation. The results, such as criticism, journalistic pieces, essays, interviews, text collections, will be published on the Beijing22 channels during the grant period. Beijing22 is an on-going research project, therefore the goal for the grant is to develop content that can be published on and made available for later research. This project is supported by the Goethe-Institut China.

The grant is addressing: Artists. curators, journalists, humanists, architects, city planners, etc. The research projects should be planned for a two-month period between March 1 and May 1, 2018.

Full details, including eligibility criteria and processes, can be found here.


Call for Submissions: Full Bleed
Deadline: January 15th, 2018

Full Bleed, an online and print journal of art and design, seeks original essays and artwork on the theme of Crisis. In particular, Full Bleed is interested in writing that critiques narratives and representations arising from contemporary crises, and assessments of artwork and design that address crises of the past, present, or future. Please send pitches or previously unpublished work along with a brief biography to editor Paul Jaskunas ( Contributors will receive a modest honorarium.

For more information and to apply, click here.


New: 2019 Chilkoot Trail Residency Call for Submissions
Deadline: February 1st, 2018

Together, the Yukon Arts Centre, Parks Canada and the US National Park Service are providing an opportunity for established visual artists to pursue their work amidst history and nature on the Chilkoot Trail. Artists will hike the entire trail during a two week backpacking trip, spending one to three days at each campsite. Each artist will be required to provide and carry all of their backpacking gear, food and art supplies for the journey (though food caches are available, provided artists arrange delivery in time for May flights). Bringing a support person, friend or family, is highly recommended. That person will help share the load and enhance safety while travelling, camping and working in bear country. Each of the artists chosen will travel during separate two-week periods. Artists will receive up to $100 USD support from Skagway Arts Council in purchasing necessary art supplies and will receive a $1000 CAD honorarium from the Yukon Arts Centre. This residency is open to applicants of any nationality for the 2019 edition. Artists applying for the 2019 edition are required to apply before February 1st, 2018.

For more information and to apply, click here.


New: Faena Prize for the Arts 2018
Deadline: February 15, 2018

Considered one of the most prestigious art prizes in the Americas, Faena Prize winners are awarded a total of $75,000.

A biennial international juried prize, the Faena Prize for the Arts recognizes artistic experimentation, encourages post-disciplinary and temporal exploration, and promotes inquiry of the multiple links between art, technology and design. This year’s open call aims to summon multidisciplinary artists from across the world to imagine site-sensitive works that rethink performance and time-based practices, in dialogue with the physical and symbolic space of the Faena Art Center while engaging with the cultural and urban conditions of the city of Buenos Aires. Projects that highlight the potential crossovers and synchronicities between the two spaces and two cities of the Faena District may ultimately be eligible for exhibition in both spaces.

For more information and to apply, click here.


Deadline: 5pm (EST) Thursday, February 15, 2018

Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo) seeks proposals for site-specific, temporary public art that will enliven the East Avenue neighborhood. RoCo encourages proposals for incisive, surprising, and unique sculpture and installation art of all forms, including media-based works. Of particular interest are projects that connect visitors to the location, buildings, park landscape, community and/or history of the neighborhood. Proposals for works that prompt visitors to return multiple times to experience changes in the piece are encouraged. RoCo welcomes visual artists, sculptors, sound artists, performing artists, photographers, filmmakers, and others to submit a proposal.

For information and to apply, click here.


Millay Colony for the Arts Artist Residency 
Deadlines: March 1st

Millay Colony of the Arts offers one-month residencies to seven visual artists, writers and composers each year between the months of April and November. Nurturing the work of artists of all ages, from a range of cultures and communities, and in all stages of their artistic career, the Colony offers private rooms, private studio spaces and ample time to work in a quiet, pastoral atmosphere. Next to the one-month residency programme, Millay Colony for the Arts offers 3 other ways to spend time as a resident artist: Two-week residency, Virtual Residency and Group Residency.

For more information and to apply, click here.


PLAYA Residency
Deadlines: March 1st 

On the edge of the Great Basin in south central Oregon, PLAYA offers creative individuals the space, solitude and the community to reflect and to engage their work through its residency program. PLAYA supports innovative thinking through work in the arts, literature, natural sciences and other fields of creative inquiry and encourages dialogue between disciplines to bring positive change to the environment and the world.

For residencies occuring in the summer and fall, the application deadline is March 1st.

For more information and to apply, click here.


Bullseye Projects, Kiln-formed Glass Artist Residencies
March 1st for residencies between July and December

Bullseye Glass Co. offers two types of residencies. RC residencies at the Resource Centers in Santa Fe, the Bay Area, and New York are open to regional artists and artist groups and provide extended (up to three months) access to facilities as well as a materials budget. Artists are responsible for food, travel, housing and other expenses. Factory residencies at the Portland studio are open to regional, national, and international artists and artist groups. Factory Residencies are for concentrated project-based explorations and can range from 2-4 weeks depending on the parameters of the project. Bullseye will provide access to facilities, a materials budget, and, if required, housing. Residents are responsible for food, travel, and other expenses.

Artists are not required to finish a project during their residency, but will share their work, developments, and research with the Bullseye community through notes, blog posts, images, public lectures, studio visits, and various events throughout and closely following the residency. Artists are encouraged to invite their friends, peers, and the local community to visit while they are in residence.

For more information and to apply, click here.


Baltimore County Public Library Artist/Maker in Residence – Call for Applicants
Deadline: March 17, 2018

The Artist/Maker-in-Residence program at Baltimore County Public Library (BCPL) brings new creative experiences to Baltimore County residents, provides visibility for local artists and makers, celebrates the make/create movement, and features resources and venues provided by BCPL. The art-centered Hive at Hereford, the technology-centered CoLab at Randallstown, and other BCPL residency venues, are each unique spaces for creative expression and collaboration, and are free and open to everyone.

Visit the website for more information and to apply.


LOOSENART: Call for Photographers and Digital Graphic Designers
Rolling deadline

Photographers and digital graphic designers are invited to submit own artworks and take part of LoosenArt project.

Your artworks could take part of LoosenArt Gallery online collection available for sale, to be presented by LoosenArt at interviews page, and take part in one of the LoosenArt Collective exhibitions in one of the city of London and Rome.

For information and to apply, click here.


Earle Brown / Morton Feldman Grant Program 2017
Deadline: rolling

Earle Brown (d. 2002) and Morton Feldman (d.1987), longtime colleagues and friends, were both born in 1926.The Earle Brown Music Foundation honors their 90th birthdays with a grant program for soloists and ensembles to present concerts featuring works by Brown and Feldman — or Brown alone — during 2016 and 2017.

Grants will range from $1,000 to $3,000.Applicants may submit proposals for concerts to the Earle Brown Music Foundation via email (grants  (at)

Proposals must include the full proposed program, venue, concert budget, and non-profit status of the applicant or applying organization.


Hamilton Art Collective call for proposals
Deadline: Ongoing

The Hamilton Arts Collective (HAC) and the Hamilton Gallery seek applications from artists for month-long Guest Artist exhibitions at Hamilton Gallery located at 5502 Harford Road, Baltimore, MD. The selected guest artists will be invited to exhibit a selection of their current work in Gallery I of the Hamilton Gallery. The Guest Artist exhibition is featured in Hamilton Gallery communications and will be promoted by the HAC and Hamilton Gallery. This is an open call to artists residing within 60 miles of Baltimore City. Baltimore residents are encouraged to apply.