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10/07/2007 11:50:58 AM · #51
Deadline: Monthly

Twooth Timer Contest
10/07/2007 12:17:53 PM · #52
Paco Arts Collective Art Gallery known as Paco are calling for new artists even out side of Arizona.

The membership is a small amount annual fee of $25.00 and if you outside of Arizona and you agree to cover the cost of shipping, your art can be shown at one of our coming Art Shows this coming year.

We are having very soon a grand opening at a new and wonderful building in Phoenix, AZ its over 4600 square feet donated by a local realty agency.

We are sponsored by the VSNA Arts and have gotten our first grant.

Join us and become a PACO Artist!

We are known to give special consideration to those artist that suffer from a disability seen or unseen.

It is not just for the artist with disabilities, its a call to all artists.

Being in our gallery does not limit you from showing your art any other places, we are not asking you to only show your art with us, moreover, to let us be part in your journey to your Art Success.

To join us today just email our Art Director Claudette Cohn or visit our website at
PACO Website:

10/08/2007 08:46:05 PM · #53
We are excited to announce the launch of SLIDELUCK POTSHOW in Portland! We will we having our first slideshow potluck at the Ace Hotel on Thursday, October 25th, 2007 and we are looking for artists to participate in a fantastic and dynamic slide show. The show will have two parts—one themed and one open. The theme of this slide show is LUST and the entry deadline is Monday, October 15th. If you or any artists you know are interested in submitting work, please visit the website.

SLIDELUCK POTSHOW Portland Thursday, October 25th, 2007 7pm: Potluck 9pm: Slideshow //www.slideluckpotshow.com/portland.php

THE CLEANERS AT ACE HOTEL 403 SW 10TH Ave //www.acehotel.com/portland

As you may know, Slideluck Potshow is a non-profit (501c3 pending) arts organization that strives to build and strengthen community by bringing people together around food and art. We aim to bring together members of the photography and art communities for an evening of eating and sharing work in a relaxed and spirited atomosphere. Photographers and artists of all types are encouraged to submit up to five minutes worth of work. A typical show consists of documentary, fashion, still-life, architecture, celebrity, portrait, fine art photography as well painting and other surprises. The presentations are accompanied by music, audio recordings, interviews or live performance.

We are excited to be bringing SLPS back to the Great NW—where it all began. Thanks for your time and we hope to see you in October.

Keep in mind there are also Slideluck Potshows in Pasadena on November 3rd and Ann Arbor on November 1st. Please see the website for more information: //www.slideluckpotshow.com
10/11/2007 10:22:08 PM · #54
Deadline]: 11:59:59 on January 31, 2008

The Sony World Photography Awards for pros and amateur alike.

Rules for amateur candidates

Rules for Pros

Message edited by author 2007-10-11 22:22:21.
10/17/2007 10:20:03 PM · #55
The Islamic Republic of Iran’s Academy of Arts is about to hold The First International Biennial of Photography in the Islamic World, in line with its research and artistic programs for Contemporary Arts of Islamic World.

Organizer The Islamic Republic of Iran’s Academy of Arts

Celebrators Saba Cultural and Artistic Institute Palestine Contemporary Arts Museum Bonyad-e Shahid va Omur-e Isargaran Organization

Contributors Visual Arts Center of the Culture and Islamic Guidance Ministry Tehran Contemporary Arts Museum

Aims of the biennial - To identify and provide the characteristics of Islamic atmospheres; - To promote the basis of communications and the exchange of artistic experiences between the artists of the Islamic World; - To take notice of the artistic experiences of young photographers in Islamic communities; - To examine cultural and spiritual identity in Islamic societies; - To introduce contemporary photographers active across the Islamic World.

Subject of the exhibition The Muslim Family (in Islamic and non-Islamic countries). Works submitted to the biennial should be related to the Muslim family and deal with the following issues: - Living environment (architecture, rhythm…); - Daily life (leisure time, education, work, travel, immigration…); - Religion and traditions (ceremonies, poles of attraction…); - Resistance (dedication, martyrdom…); - Social issues and familial culture (interaction between tradition and modernity, impact of mass media, influence of worldwide ideas…); - Natural and man-made disasters (impact of floods, earthquakes, etc.)

Sections 1- Collection Photographs 2- Single Photographs

Calendar of the biennial - Works submission deadline: December 22nd, 2007 - Selection of works and judgment: December 31st, 2007 - Opening of the exhibition: May 5th, 2008 - Closure ceremony: June 11th, 2008

Secretary of the biennial Seyyed Abbas Mir-Hashemi

Advisor Dariush Askari

Selection board Bahman Jalali (Iran) Farhad Soleimani (Iran) Saeid Sadeqi (Iran) Sa’ed Nikzat (Iran) Farzad Hashemi (Iran)

Jury It consists of four members of the selection jury and three non-Iranian artists.

Prizes 1- A statuette and a plaque of honor of the Iranian Academy of Arts and 2000 euros (€) for 3 artists of distinguished works in the section of Collection Photographs. 2- A plaque of honor of the Iranian Academy of Arts, a statuette of the Saba Cultural and Artistic Institute and 1000 euros (€) for 3 artists of selected works in the Collection Photographs section; 3- A statuette and a plaque of honor of the Iranian Academy of Arts and 1500 euros (€) for 3 artists of distinguished works in the single photograph section; 4- A plaque of honor of the Iranian Academy of Arts, a statuette of the Saba Cultural and Artistic Institute and 800 euros (€) for 5 artists of selected works in the Single Photograph section.

Conditions of participation
1- All photographers are free to participate in this biennial; 2- Each photographer may submit a maximum of 7 single photographs and one collection (of 7 photographs at most) to the secretariat of the biennial; 3- Photographs may be submitted either in color or B/W; 4- Each photograph should be accompanied by a digital copy on CD (.TIF format; 300 DPI resolution; minimal width: 20 cm) and an A4-size hard copy; 5- Since the photographs will be judged by their prints, the entrants should take due care as concerns their quality and correspondence to the originals; 6- The prints will bear, on the back, at the lower right corner, a label containing their specifications; 7- Collection photographs should be numbered in the desired order; 8- The photographs submitted should be authentically documentary and entirely unaltered; 9- The photographs should have been shot in 2001 or later; 10- Photographs unaccompanied by a participation form, lacking proper labeling or reaching the secretariat after the deadline will not be submitted to the selection board; 11- As the information appearing in their participation forms and labels will be used in the preparation of publications and exhibition materials, the entrants will be responsible for their accuracy; 12- The secretariat of the biennial assumes the entrants of the photographs to be their owners; however, in cases where this is proved to be incorrect, all distinctions gained will be annulled, the works concerned will be discarded from the exhibition and its related publications, and their entrants will be liable for all ensuing legal consequences; 13- The celebrator will be entitled, while preserving the photographers’ material and intellectual rights, to utilize selected works for exhibition, publication, information and publicity purposes; 14- All the CDs and prints submitted will be kept at their entrants’ disposition at the executive secretariat of the biennial for two months after the exhibition, and be destroyed past this date; 15- A submission of works implies the acceptation of the rules and any decision concerning unforeseen issues and the interpretation of the rules belongs to the secretariat of the biennial; 16- Accepted works will be published in a sumptuous book, a copy of which will be presented, together with a participation certificate, to their owners.

Address :

Saba Cultural & Artistic Institute No 53, Mozafar St, Taleghani Ave, Felestin Square, Tehran, Iran Tel: 0098 21 66487534 Fax: 0098 21 66487534 artacademy@honar.ac.ir photo@caiw.ir Web Site: //www.caiw.ir
10/21/2007 10:46:44 PM · #56
Call for Entries -Experiencing the War in Iraq

This multi-media art exhibition, curated by artists, will bring together
diverse expressions of the War in Iraq, opening in several venues in
Pawtucket and Providence, from March 5 to March 30, 2008. It will then
travel to Fall River in April and to Boston in May.

In these times of extreme political division and inadequate or biased media
coverage, the exhibition will engage the American public in a broad-based
dialogue that promotes awareness, understanding, and healing. Through the
universal language of art, the exhibition seeks to give a human face to the
complex conflict in Iraq and to engage those who have unconsciously cocooned
themselves from the fearsome reality of the war. We ask the questions: What
does it mean to experience this war firsthand, in combat, or as an Iraqi
civilian? What does it mean to experience it from a distance, or on
television? How can we in America reconnect to the reality of war? Are there
shared visions of peace despite cultural and religious differences? The work
will be selected purely on artistic merit and look to include as many
perspectives as possible, beyond politics.

The call goes out internationally to both soldiers and civilians for video,
audio, photography, drawing, painting, sculpture, installation and the
written word. The show will open simultaneously in the Arts Exchange
(Pawtucket Armory), Machines With Magnets, Blackstone Valley Visitors
Center, AS220 and the Cable Car Cinema, in Pawtucket and Providence, RI.,

10/26/2007 11:56:41 AM · #57
The dead line has passed on this contest, but this is an annual event to be watched in the future if you are interested.

Atlanta Photojournalism Digital Contest
10/26/2007 12:01:01 PM · #58
This too has passed the deadline, and also, this is for videographers.

An image is an image, it just depends on how you use it that makes it art.

Video Contest for college students
10/27/2007 12:19:26 AM · #59

Deadline in 2008

Nikons Small World Contest
10/30/2007 11:08:34 PM · #60
Gallery in Hudson NY - $2000 prize


Message edited by author 2007-10-30 23:29:52.
10/30/2007 11:11:04 PM · #61
Originally posted by emorgan49:

[url=ttp://www.slowart.com/prospectus/ea2008.htm]Gallery in Hudson NY - $2000 prize[/url]

Fixed link
10/31/2007 02:40:32 PM · #62
Deadline: December 31, 2007

2008 Residency Season at the Artists’ Enclave at I-Park

Application Deadline: December 31, 2007

I-Park announces its eighth season hosting The Artists’ Enclave. Artists’ residencies, self-directed/project oriented, will be offered from May through November 2008. Most sessions are four weeks in duration. Residencies will be offered to visual (including digital) artists, music composers, environmental artists, landscape and garden designers, creative writers and architects. Work samples will be evaluated through a competitive, juried process.

There is a $20 application processing fee required and artists are responsible for their own transportation to and from the area. They also provide for their own food and work materials. The facility is otherwise offered at no cost to accepted artists.

I-Park is a 450-acre natural woodland retreat in rural East Haddam, Connecticut. Accommodations include comfortable private living quarters in an 1850’s farmhouse, shared bathroom facilities and a private studio on the grounds. An electric kiln, music equipment, wireless internet and library facilities are provided.

International applicants welcome. To defray the cost of travel, a $1,000 grant will be offered in 2008 to two international artists whose work is held in particularly high regard by the selection committee (details to follow).

For additional project information, go to our website: //www.i-park.org. Application materials for 2008, including an in depth FAQ, will be available September 1, 2007 and will be available for direct download from the website (Residency Program section).

E-mail: ipark2002@ureach.com. Phone: 860-873-2468.

10/31/2007 02:44:06 PM · #63
Deadline: annually in October

Photography - International Photography Competition

Theme is "The Convincing Lie." Open to all, work must have been created in the past 3 years. Must be all or partly 2D photography. Juried.

Entry fee.

For more information contact: James Baird Gallery, 221 Duckworth St, St John's NF A1C 1G7, Canada OR gallery@jamesbaird.com.

10/31/2007 02:45:34 PM · #64
Deadline: ongoing

Call to artists

The Wendy L. Moore Emerging Artist Series

To support young, talented female artists in the region, MOCA produces an annual solo exhibition of an emerging woman artist under the age of 30 through The Wendy L. Moore Emerging Artist Series. Established in 1998 and underwritten annually by Mr. and Mrs. Dan T. Moore, this series provides exhibiting artists with a scholarly catalogue and artist residency in partnership with Hawken School. Interested artists submit applications, which are reviewed by a committee.

Guidelines: //www.mocacleveland.org/

10/31/2007 02:46:20 PM · #65
Deadline: ongoing

Call for artists

What is PROJECT?

PROJECT - engaging artists in the built environment is a new national funding scheme jointly supported by the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) and Arts & Business (A&B). It will involve the arts, culture, design, education, environment, healthcare, housing, and regeneration sectors in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Public Art South West will manage and deliver the scheme which was launched on 8 June 2004 and will run until March 2006. PROJECT aims to create a shared vision for public space, planning and high quality urban design; and engage artists, public agencies and the private sector in projects that will have a positive impact on the places in which we live.

Engaging with artists and arts organisations to develop quality environments, increased environmental sustainability, more effective community interaction and expanded opportunities for economic development is now recognised as key to business as well as public sector success.

This funding partnership between CABE and A&B has secured a new award scheme for the arts. We want people undertaking any built environment project to ask: what is the added value of involving an artist and to look at the contributions of artists to the built environment as a whole.

This scheme aims to promote the role that artists can play in sharing creative ideas within multidisciplinary practice. Through changing the way we think and work with architecture, building and design professionals, we aim to create imaginative environments that are fit for purpose, and that reflect local identity and meet communities' needs.

PROJECT - engaging artists in the built environment
Public Art South West
PO Box 189


11/01/2007 12:40:22 PM · #66
If you list enough here you could write a book like this one:
2008 Photographer's Market

Just thought I'd add a good book, I just bought the 2007 edition, which was copyright-ed in 2006. Maybe I can return it for the 2008-edition.
11/01/2007 03:48:37 PM · #67

Deadline Nov.15

The Aftermath Project
11/05/2007 11:59:41 AM · #68


Even if you don't celebrate Halloween we want to see your craziest costumes. This new Photo Challenge: Costume Contest theme is open now for a limited time and it will close in less than a week on November 7th. So go ahead and upload your best costume shot. It may not make the magazine, but we will put together a pdf of our favorite shots and release it through the website.

-Check it out!
11/05/2007 10:23:38 PM · #69
Bulgarian Photo contest
11/06/2007 06:35:27 AM · #70
11/06/2007 09:44:52 PM · #71
Deadline: Feb. 2008

Ambiance Photo Contest
11/06/2007 09:49:50 PM · #72
Deadline: November 2007

Fuji & Amateur Photographer Photo Contest
11/09/2007 06:09:16 PM · #73
Open to all amateur and professional photographers.

The Park District is looking for photos taken in any Regional Park and can include wildlife, scenery, and activities such as hiking, biking, and picnicking.

Winning photos will be highlighted on the Web site and photographers will receive credit in all uses.

No entry fee.


Isa Polt-Jones East Bay Regional Park District 2950 Peralta Oaks Ct Oakland CA 94605

510-544-2207 //www.ebparks.org PubAffs@ebparks.org
11/09/2007 06:10:28 PM · #74
Winners will receive a free space in the open gallery section of The Artist Project Toronto.

Those selected will also be included in the show guide and website.

Eligible artists include those who are currently enrolled or are no more than three years removed from post-secondary education.

Artists working in all media, including new media, video and installation art, are encouraged to apply.

Submissions will be juried based on originality, quality and execution of the work.

No entry fee.


The Artist Project Toronto 10 Alcorn Av Suite 100 Toronto Ontario M4V 3A9 Canada

416-960-4527 416-923-5624(FAX) //www.theartistprojecttoronto.com kim@mmpicanada.com
11/09/2007 06:11:30 PM · #75
For its fourth annual juried exhibition, MISSION 17 invites submissions of works that, in one way or another, consider the nature of debt.

Open to all West Coast artists.

All media welcome.

No entry fee.


IOU/MISSION17 2111 Mission St Suite 401 San Francisco CA 94110

//www.mission17.org info@mission17.org
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