Del Rio Council for the Arts is issuing a call for participation to Artists and Authors for the November Exhibition at the Firehouse Gallery, entitled Honoring the 1%. The exhibition is open to all active duty and honorably discharged veterans of any era or branch of service in any media or genre of visual or literary art. The month-long exhibit will be on display at the Firehouse, 120 E. Garfield St. in Del Rio. To submit artwork, contact: (830) 775-0888 or email Del Rio Arts. Visit Del Rio Arts website.
The Emporia, KS Convention & Visitors Bureau announces a call to Veteran artists for an exhibit celebrating Veterans during the annual All Veterans Tribute Celebration. Cash prizes. Please submit two photographs of your pieces for consideration to:
Mary Lou Weaver Lowery
Chairman, All Veteran Artist Gallery Exhibit
719 Commercial St
Emporia KS, 66801
Or, email photos
Photographs must be clearly identified with the artist's name, address, and phone number. For additional information, please contact Emporia Chamber & Visitors Bureau at 620-342-1803. Selections of art will be done by the Emporia Art Council's jury, and artists will be noticed with instructions and contract. Selected art will be displayed in the Emporia Art Council's gallery at 815 Commercial, Emporia, Kansas. Exhibit Dates: November 1st, 2014 thru November 22nd, 2014. Reception is Tuesday, November 4th, 2014, from 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm at the Emporia Arts Council.
The Art Gallery at the Old Bakery & Emporium (OBE) is currently seeking applications from local artists to exhibit in monthly rotations of January 2015 through December 2015. We invite artists and visual arts organizations to apply. Exhibitors must be 50 years of age or older to meet OBE requirements.
Open to all Texas artists working in a fiber medium, or employing fiber techniques. Juror: Barbara Schneider. Nov 21-Dec 17, 2014. Sponsored by the Fiber Artists of San Antonio. For one fee ($30/$35), can enter up to four pieces. Cash awards. Visit Fiber Artists of San Antonio for more info.
The City of Austin seeks 2- and 3- dimensional artworks in any medium from Austin-area artists, galleries, or visual arts organizations for The People's Gallery 2015 exhibition at Austin City Hall, running February 27, 2014- January 8, 2015. Go to tinyurl.com/peoplesgallery to read the full Call For Artworks and to apply online. Questions? Email People's Gallery or call 512-974-6456.
VSA Texas invites all artists with disabilities living in Texas to submit artwork to this exhibition. There is no entry fee and 2D and 3D works in all media are eligible, including CDs, literary works, visual art, and crafts. We are looking for smaller gift items or pieces with a range of prices for shoppers. Artwork will be available to the purchaser upon sale, so items that can be restocked are encouraged. For an entry form, please contact April Sullivan at 512-454-9912.
The Hunting Art Prize announces the call for entries for its 2015 competition, giving artists in Texas an opportunity to vie for a $50,000 prize. The competition, which is celebrating its 35th anniversary, is open to artists who are legal residents of Texas and at least 18 years of age or older by Aug. 1, 2014. Artists can participate by completing the electronic sign up form available at www.huntingartprize.comand uploading one digital image of their artwork.
A single two-dimensional piece that complies with the terms and conditions may be submitted for the prize. The digital file must be in JPEG format no less than 1 MB and no greater than 2 MB in size. Artwork must be uploaded at the time the artist signs up for the competition. For questions, email Hunting Art Prize. For further details on submission criteria, terms, and conditions, visit www.huntingartprize.com.
The Austin International Poetry Festival takes place in Austin, Texas from April 9-12, 2015. This festival is the world's largest non-juried poetry festival and every poet has a place. By registering for the Austin International Poetry Festival, any poet of any age, can read their work before an engaged and interested audience, and have a chance to be published. Hosted in the heart of Texas, the Festival utilizes more than 20 unique Austin venues. The annual four-day poetry celebration includes a wide array of events such as open mic readings, appearances by international and national headlining poets, workshops, live music, a Haiku Death Match, plus youth and adult poetry slams. Registration for the April 9–12, 2015 Festival ranges from $35 to $55 per person, and INCLUDES the entry of three poems into the annual juried Anthology. Although full participation in the Festival is encouraged, poets who wish to participate but can not attend, may do so by registering and submitting their works for the Anthology. The deadline for registration, which includes submissions to the Anthology, is January 31, 2015. Please visit the website at www.aipf.org for all of the details.
Tina is a pet portrait artist with a disability. Her website is TinasArt.net. Her business is going well and she is looking for more artists to join her team. Artists must have a disability and love animals. For more information email Jeff L. Vogt or contact him at 469-879-4848.
Since VSA Texas no longer has our own gallery space, we are partnering with the Allendale Branch of BBVA Compass Bank in Austin. They are providing us with the wall space and we are providing them with beautiful art displays. We are currently accepting entries by local artists with disabilities for 2-month long solo shows at this space. Please ask for an entry form by emailing April Sullivan or calling 512-454-9912.