The Competition for the 2023 CINTAS Foundation Sondra Gilman González-Falla Fellowship in Photography is now OPEN! Deadline May 1st
The CINTAS Foundation proudly announces the inception of its first fellowship dedicated exclusively to the art of photography. The fellowship is named in honor of Sondra Gilman González-Falla and generously funded by her family.
January 31, 2023 at 7:32:17 PM
Fibres - Textile and Technology
Deadline: February 4, 2022
Fee to apply: $5 per piece
Group Exhibition at AIR Gallery, England
Textile making traditions spans global cultures as one of the earliest human technologies. It has been a staple in industry, fashion, craft and decorative arts throughout the ages but it particularly made a resurgence in the 1960s back into the contemporary art world. Since then Fibre and textile arts have been developing new forms and language -becoming more conceptual and cross-disciplinary, even into this digital age.
We're are seeking works that explore (but are not limited to) the following areas:
Textiles (Fibre art, Ecology, Upcycling, Craft, Natural vs Synthetic materials, Traditional vs contemporary methods of making, Materiality, Cross-disciplinary art)
Technology (Fibre optics, making and machinery of modern textiles, video/film, animation, VR, 3D printing, digital responses to textiles and fibres)
We are particularly interested in works that cross over between the two but this is not essential. Works can explore their own themes but there must have a link to the idea of textiles, materiality or fibres in some form.
This will accumulate in a group exhibition that will explore the the relationship between textiles and technology; between the ecology and the digital that will take place in March 2023.
November 24, 2022 at 6:36:26 AM
Prospect Art Seeking Los Angeles Based Artists
Deadline: November 30, 2022
Location: Based in England
Fee to apply: n/a
Prospect Art is seeking Los Angeles-based visual artists for the New Work series. We are looking for existing or new work by professional artists not currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program. Priority is given to artists not represented by a commercial gallery in Los Angeles. We are looking to feature artists/or collectives currently living in Los Angeles who don't have an outlet for their work. The city has a large population of visual artists and a lack of not-for-profit support for process-based works. We will provide ONE ARTIST or ONE COLLECTIVE with the financial backing to finish a not previously exhibited work. Artists that make it to the final review round will qualify for studio visits with Prospect Art founders and will be featured on the website as finalists. We are looking for Los Angeles-based artists with established studio practices who have lived in the city for at least 5 years. Projects that are usually not well represented in commercial galleries will be prioritized.
If selected, you will receive:
$1500 Financial support to use towards the completion of proposed work.
A featured section on the Prospect Art Website
Social media promotion
Invitation to a Webcast discussion about your work on our
November 24, 2022 at 6:29:07 AM
Dear Artists With Anxiety: Online Residency
Deadline: December 10, 2022 is next deadline.
They have calls for artists quarterly.
Fee to apply: $15
Online Online Residency
DAWA Residency is a ONLINE artist residency, which will be hosted entirely on Dear Artists Instagram.
Each DAWA artist-in-residence will have 5 days on our platform to share their art and mental health journey.
Our mission is to provide opportunities for artists to create and engage in honest and constructive dialogue around mental health, to make mental health challenges more visible, and to offer hope of recovery to fellow artists.
What will DAWA residents receive?
DAWA residents will be introduced to the 6,000+ audience of Dear Artists on the week of their residency. Their posts during their residency will be displayed on Dear Artists Instagram as well as on the Story Highlights.
DAWA residents will receive a small stipend on the week of their residency. (As of now we are a small artist-run organization. We don't have any funding from external sources, so we offer what we can to support our residents.)
DAWA residents are invited to create a new body of work to share during their 5-day residency. They are also welcome to revisit previous works. DAWA residents are encouraged to share their mental health journey with the audience.
How much commitment do I need to make if I get selected?
During your 5-day residency, you can make your own schedule and share as much or as little as you want. We only ask that our residents make at least one post per day during the residency. We have many residents who work full-time while being a resident.
Who can apply?
Artists who are 18 years old and older from all locations are welcome to apply. All art mediums welcome (writers, painters, sculptors, dancers, photographers, filmmakers, fiber artists, collage artists, you get the idea!)
November 11, 2022 at 12:23:13 AM
Plant Life for London Reader
Deadline: November 15, 2022
Location: Based in London, England
Fee to apply: n/a
Online & print publication
Open Call: Plant Life
Stories, poems, essays, and art about the secret lives of plants and the people who live with them
Is there something strange about that person with a hundred house plants? Or something enviable? Plant collecting can be an eccentric addiction, but house plants and patio gardening kept many connected to nature during Covid lockdowns. A walk in the quiet forest can be rejuvenating. What do plant people know that others don’t? A time lapse video of a house plant shows instead a house pet. Electrical signals in a tree can play a beautiful symphony. Beds of seaweed and forests are the lungs of the planet. Vegetation is the ultimate source of all our food and all our oxygen. Plants have been on this planet for over 500 million years, the Amazon forest is over 10 million years old, and individual redwoods on the West Coast of America are over 4,000 years old—yet they are now facing more devastation every year. We and the trees share a common ancestor, but today we are more detached from plant life than ever. Plants enliven our window sills and sustain our lives; but what do they mean to us, and what do we mean to them?
The London Reader is issuing an open call for stories, poems, essays, and art about plant people, plants, nature, and our interconnected lives woven tight like roots. Submissions should show how characters like us are connected to plants and nature.
October 30, 2022 at 9:41:55 PM
Graviton - Call for Art
Fee to apply: n/a
Graviton is quarterly literary publication committed to exploring the sacred connection between science & poetry & visual art. We want what is known of this world & to explore it deeper into a dimension this & maybe more. To take fact & observe in a way that makes us feel.
We are looking for collections of photography, illustrations or any visual art that works as a whole so we can feature one to three artists per issue. Send 5-25 pieces.
We ask that the work has not been featured previously as a whole.
Send all art as attachments with 1000 pixels at long edge in a pdf or jpeg to email@example.com
All right revert back to the artist upon publication, we just ask to give Graviton a shout out if featured elsewhere.
October 23, 2022 at 4:52:06 AM
Call for Collages for Cut Me Up Magazine
Deadline: October 11, 2022
Opportunity: Publish work in Cut Me Up Magazine
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Calling all artists who work with collage! We are currently accepting submissions for Cut Me Up Issue 10: Reconnect, and the deadline has been extended to October 10, 2022! https://www.instagram.com/p/CivF1irAwzh/
Cut Me Up Issue 10 marks a return to the roots of Cut Me Up: To relate, respond and connect. For Issue 10, we ask artists to connect with the psychological self-portraits published in Cut Me Up Issue 9: Scars and All, and use these artworks as raw material to make a response artwork. How do these self-portraits resonate with you? It may be the materials, the colors, the textures or the images. It may be what the artist is expressing about their life, how they see themselves, or how that relates to how you see yourself. For Cut Me Up Issue 10, the only criteria are to find the connections. And then respond.
Find full submission details and grab a copy of Cut Me Up Issue 9 to deconstruct at: cutmeupmagazine.com. DM any questions!
Issue 10 marks the five year anniversary of Cut Me Up, and this special issue will be created by Cut Me Up founder/editor an artist, Andrea Burgay (@andreaburgay)
More about Cut Me Up:
Cut Me Up is a participatory magazine of visual call and response founded by Andrea Burgay. Each issue presents a curated selection of original collage images that will become raw material for reader-artists to respond by cutting, reconfiguring, and transforming them into new artworks, in response to curatorial calls addressing contemporary issues. The newly created responses form the content of the next issue.
NOTE: Each issue of Cut Me Up Magazine asks artists to submit work incorporating part of their last issue. I have a copy of Issue 9. Email Julie at art studio sf at gmail with your snailmail address and I'll pop a random page in the mail to you.
The sfai email is just a place holder. To contact the editor of Cut Me Up Magazine, fill out the contact form on their website.
September 22, 2022 at 3:41:47 AM
GAP Grant for BIPOC Artists in Washington State
Deadline: Monday, September 26 at 11:59 p.m. PST
Location: Washington State
Fee to apply: n/a
Monday, September 26 at 11:59 p.m. PST
2022 Grants for Artists' Progress (GAP) are unrestricted project-based grants of $1,500 for artists working in all disciplines across Washington State who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), and/or residing outside King County. To learn more about GAP, read guidelines or check out How to Apply webinar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GR2rRk5wjoA
September 21, 2022 at 8:40:56 PM
Program Manager at Chalk Hill Residency
Job Title: Program Manager
Location: Healdsburg, CA
Terms: Part-Time, 24 hours/week, Tuesday-Friday 9 am – 3 pm (flexible) Note: The position requires additional hours for Seasonal Open Studios, Non-remote position.
Salary: Depends on Experience, $20-$25/hour
About us: Chalk Hill Artist Residency provides time and space at Warnecke Ranch and Vineyard where artists are valued, and represent the diverse world in which we live.
Serve as the primary point of contact for the residency
Schedule and maintain residency calendar of artists, coordinating arrivals & departures
Coordinate Studio Days, Open Studios, and other programs and events
Manage online application and selection process including following up with artists about their application status.
Create and maintain residency contracts and collect payment from artists
Prepare invoices/receipts, write, record, and deposit checks
Track program budget and complete monthly expense reports
Photograph artists work, studio visits and open studios
Maintain websites for the Residency and Archive
Promote programs through online, email, and social media
Manage Archive internship program including communication with university partners and supervising interns
Assist Executive Director with Architectural Archives research requests and other duties as needed
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Traits:
Strong commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility
Strong writing, verbal, and computer skills
The ability to work independently on a variety of projects.
Demonstrated work ethic, strong people skills and a positive attitude.
Experience using apple computers, Word, Excel, Wix, Mail Chimp, Canva, GoDaddy (Willing to train the right person)
Experience with graphic design and webpage edits.
Experience and/or personal interest in the arts is preferred!
Knowledge of and/or interest in architecture, history, and/or archives a plus!
Benefits: 10 paid vacation days annually – accrued after working for one year.
3 paid sick days, or 24 hours annually.
September 18, 2022 at 9:29:10 PM
Gallery Associate (PT)
KADIST San Francisco: Gallery Associate (14 weeks, 11 hours per week)
KADIST San Francisco is seeking a highly motivated, positive, and personable person who wants to be part of an international contemporary art nonprofit organization. Reporting to the SF Director, the candidate will welcome visitors on Fridays and Saturdays and facilitate their visit and access to the Brazilian artist Jota Mombaça’s first U.S. exhibition, titled THE SINKING SHIP/PROSPERITY, which considers speculative memory, the dynamics of excess, and grieving time, and their connection to bodies of water.
Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Serve as a welcoming, inclusive, and professional representative of KADIST
• Act as the first point of contact for visitors to the KADIST gallery; greet and monitor the safety of visitors during gallery hours, using the reservation system
• Provide and organize in-person gallery tours contingent on Covid-19 restrictions
• Monitor security of artworks and equipment on display
• Provide periodic attendance and participation reports
• Support exhibition outreach
• Perform occasional administrative tasks across various departments
• Assist with occasional evening in-person events such as exhibition opening
• Personable, articulate, positive, and passionate about engaging with the public and the institution’s values
• Ability to work independently with minimum supervision
• Proactive and comfortable with communicating with external collaborators
• Knowledge of contemporary art—professional experience in the contemporary art field, education, studio art, art history, or related field is appreciated, but not required
The contractor position is to provide the above responsibilities for the KADIST gallery during normal hours on Fridays and Saturdays, 11:45 am-5:15 pm, October 14 through January 28, 2023 (we are closed from December 18, 2022 to January 2, 2023). Occasional evening hours, including an opening reception on October 27 and other in-person gallery events. The hours of the gallery are subject to change based on city guidelines and covid recommendations. The position is onsite at KADIST San Francisco, 3295 20th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110. PPE will be provided to all staff and all people visiting the gallery based on current guidelines. KADIST San Francisco strictly follows all health and safety protocols as recommended by the CDC, and state and local governments. Hourly rate: $18/hour, paid bi-weekly.
Please submit your resume and short cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday, September 25 at 11:59 pm. Please include “KADIST SF Gallery Associate” in the subject header. Interviews will take place the week of September 25. All applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
We believe contemporary artists make an important contribution to a progressive society, their work often addressing key issues of our time. KADIST’s local hubs in Paris and San Francisco present exhibitions and events, and organize residencies and educational initiatives, as well as producing projects online and via social media. Concurrently, KADIST is actively establishing networks across five areas—North America, Europe, Middle East & Africa, Asia and Latin America—inviting new artists into the collection and initiating collaborative programs, especially exhibitions with museums of each region. Together, they aim at facilitating new connections across cultures and creating vibrant conversations about contemporary art and ideas.
KADIST San Francisco
September 15, 2022 at 5:12:44 AM
P/T Studio Assistant Wanted for David Maisel Studio
PART-TIME ASSISTANT JOB DESCRIPTION
Established fine art photographer in Sausalito seeks a highly organized, detail-oriented individual to
oversee digital workflow, print production, studio management, and occasional assistance with location
photography shoots. MUST have a minimum of two years relevant work experience. Position is 16-24
hours (two – three days) per week, with possibility of additional hours. Flexible scheduling. Please
include cover letter AND resume.
• Applicant must possess exceptional digital skills, as well as strong written and verbal
• Excellent phone and email etiquette.
• Efficient, accurate, and precise work.
• Ability to multi-task, set priorities, and complete projects in a timely manner.
• Capacity to work independently and as a team player.
• Comfortable in a small office setting.
• Knowledge of fine art photography
• Keen eye for detail.
• Good design sense.
• Enthusiastic, professional demeanor.
• Researching new digital technologies and output materials.
Expert command of the following is a necessity:
• Mac OS X Monterey, Mojave
• Adobe Photoshop CS6 and CC, including adjusting image color and tonality using curves,
color balancing, sharpening, etc. Generate proofs and prints to highest standards. Making
selections using masks, utilizing Photoshop actions, working with basic text and design
• Adobe CC: Photoshop, In Design, Illustrator, Premiere, Acrobat
• Eye-One Color Management
• Epson Large Format Printing – P20000
• Microsoft Office Suite
• WordPress website administration
Expert command of the following photographic skills is a plus:
• Camera formats: FujiGFX100S, Sony A7R IV, 4x5, Hasselblad,
• Capture One
• Grip: general capacity to set up and break down sets, lights, gear.
Duties and responsibilities: work with photographer and first assistant in these arenas:
• Digital photo editing and retouching, etc: dusting, color balancing, sharpening and other
image editing tasks.
• Print production: Command of digital pigment printing technology, including ability to
manage production of outsourced digital c prints.
• Galleries: coordinate requests from various galleries; print sales, press info, digital files.
• Scanning: scan press, negatives, chromes, etc., using Flextight scanner.
• Website: update and maintain
• Exhibitions: coordinate production of prints, mounting, framing, and delivery. Manage
requests for bio, essays, and press images.
• Archive: organize negatives, chromes, and digital files. Exacting digital organization.
• Inventory: maintain inventory of prints; update database and galleries; order studio and
• Fed-Ex, shipping, and mail: handle packing and shipping requests
Workflow: create 3-month plans to manage requests and project demands
• Organization: Maintain storage, print inventory database, BackBlaze back-up.
• Research: special projects as directed: (locations, new technology, camera repair, etc.)
• Graphic Design: assist in email blast updates, PR material, and other desktop publishing
• Errands: a car is useful for occasional errands.
Additional skills a plus:
• Experience with large scale stretching of linen or canvas for painting
• Art Handling of stretched and unstretched paintings
• Light Carpentry
• Photographic documentation of artwork
Please send a resume and letter of interest to:
September 13, 2022 at 2:01:12 AM
Dwell Time: Call for Art & Writing about Mental Wellbeing
Location: Based in England
Fee to apply: n/a
Open call for art, writing and poetry reflecting on mental wellbeing in the COVID-19 pandemic. All contributors will be included unless they do not meet our community safety standards (eg. explicit details about suicide and self harm).
Dwell time: The time a train spends at a scheduled stop without moving. Typically, this time is spent boarding or alighting passengers, but it may also be spent waiting for traffic ahead to clear, or idling time in order to get back on schedule.
In these unprecedented and worrying times, our mental wellbeing and creativity is paramount. Whilst we are confined with limited social interaction, we want to offer online space to explore our responses to the pandemic and social isolation. It’s OK to not be OK and anyone who has any reflections about this is welcome to send them for inclusion on our website.
Dwell Time is an award winning, not-for-profit arts publication reflecting on mental wellbeing. Produced and curated by Alice Bradshaw, Vanessa Haley & Lenny Szrama. Founded in 2018.
Email with your images and/or text in editable format. Please include what name/pseudonym you wish to use or whether you would like your contribution to be anonymous. If you would like a link to your website or blog please also include this.
September 6, 2022 at 8:48:22 PM