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01/13/2008 10:08:40 AM · #101
Dodge and Burn Contest
01/18/2008 12:55:10 PM · #102
BLOC (UK) seeks exhibition proposals

Bloc initiates shows for the exhibition program but we also welcome proposals direct from artists. We are currently accepting applications for 2008. The deadline for these is ongoing and the curatorial team meet monthly to review the most recent submissions. Preference will be given to artists based in the Yorkshire region, but we welcome applications from artists across the U.K.

Bloc will support proposals from individual artists, collaborations and artists’ groups for solo shows or group exhibitions. Artists from all media will be considered including: painting, print, sculpture, installation, video, sound, digital media, text, photography, performance.

Applications should include a proposal, CV, artist statement and supporting material. Documentation needs to be in the following formats: 35mm slides, photographs, A4 printouts, CD-Rom, DVD, audio CDs. We only accept proposals by post. Please include an SAE if you would like your work returned. Please do not send original artworks or submissions by registered post/special delivery. Finally do not send packages larger than A4, as we only have a small postbox!

Applications should be sent to:

Curatorial Committee Bloc 4 Sylvester Sreet Sheffield S1 4RN
01/18/2008 10:39:49 PM · #103

Submittals due by February 1, 2008

SHOTS Magazine announces an international call for

photographic work to be considered for publication in

the Spring Issue, SHOTS 99. The theme for this issue

is PORTRAITS. Please visit the SHOTS

website for further information and guidelines.

An established independent photography journal in its

21st year of publication, Shots reaches an

international audience of photographers, collectors,

galleries, museums, educators and other fine art

photography enthusiasts. Don't miss this chance to

have your work seen!

Submittals must be received by February 1.


Click for submittal guidelines - //shotsmag.com/shotssubmission.htm

01/19/2008 11:37:24 AM · #104
Dart Awards for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma

The Dart Awards for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma recognize exemplary journalism on the impact of violence, crime, disaster and other traumatic events on individuals, families or communities. Entries should focus on the experience of victims and survivors, and contribute to public understanding of trauma-related issues.

The Dart Awards recognize newspaper and radio journalism that goes beyond the ordinary in reporting on trauma. The newspaper category, which includes online journalism, has two sub-categories: spot news, and in-depth reporting. The radio category includes both single stories and cohesive series.

The Dart Awards are team prizes, reflecting all the elements shaping an entry and contributing to its strength. Entries will be judged as a total package.

Deadline: Entries must be received no later than Friday, February 15, 2008 at 5PM P.S.T. Late entries will not be accepted.

For application information, please visit //www.dartcenter.org
01/20/2008 12:59:48 PM · #105
Alaskan Airline & Horizon Airline Contest 2008 (HTML/ PDF copy)
01/21/2008 10:13:24 AM · #106
I’m putting together a photo exhibition for a UN small arms conference in July of this year and I’m looking for photos to include.

The purpose of the exhibition
– which will be accompanied by a talk and a debate – will be to highlight the need for an internationally agreed standard for the marking of small arms so that they can be traced back to source.

I’m looking for any images that could contribute to this story – ranging from production of small arms (showing the marking process) through to end use in conflict situations. I’m also looking for images of guns being identified in weapons collection programmes etc. Basically any photos that relate to the identification of small arms. I also need a few more generalised photos of the destructive impact of small arms.

All photos used in the exhibition will of course be paid for.

Cheers, Lydia //www.bicc.de
01/21/2008 06:00:30 PM · #107
Calls for Entries: SLIDELUCK Detroit, Chicago and Minneapolis

//www.slideluckpotshow.com/detroit.php Chi-Town:

//www.slideluckpotshow.com/chicago.php Twin Cities:


Message edited by author 2008-01-21 18:01:07.
01/22/2008 11:20:41 AM · #108
call for women photographers, juried by Roy DeCarava

Juried Photography Exhibition The Pen and Brush, Inc. (New York NY)

Open to Women Photographers only from any country.

Entry deadline is April 4, and exhibition dates are May 1 – 25.

Juror of selection and awards is Roy DeCarava, Hunter College. In 2006, Mr. DeCarava was awarded the prestigious National Medal of Arts by President Bush at the White House.

For a prospectus, send a SASE to Photography, The Pen and Brush, 16 E. 10th St., New York, NY, 10003.

Email questions to info@penandbrush.org. Founded in 1894, the Pen and Brush is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to women in the literary, visual, and performing arts.
01/24/2008 06:15:14 PM · #109
UAMO festival call for artists

All artists are invited to submit their work to the UAMO festival. The UAMO festival is located in Munich/city center and organized by the UAMO organization and the cultural department of the city of Munich. The exhibited works will be presented in a limited edition cataloge. No entry fee.

For complete entry information:

Johannes Blank UAMO e.V. Auenstr.76 80469 Muenchen Germany

01/24/2008 06:21:21 PM · #110
Sussex County Arts & Heritage Competition
01/24/2008 06:25:01 PM · #111

Deadline: March 27, 2008

Resurrection: A New Look at Old Photographic Processes, to be held in May 2008 at 23 Sandy Gallery in Portland, Oregon. T

his exhibition seeks to explore a renewed interest in alternative photographic processes.

We are looking for artists who are using photographic methods and techniques of the nineteenth century such as photograms, tintypes, daguerreotypes, gum bichromates, collodian prints, toned silver prints, and more. 23 Sandy Gallery will produce a printed, soft-cover, color catalog of all artwork accepted for this show. Entry fee.


Laura Russell
23 Sandy Gallery


01/24/2008 06:27:01 PM · #112

Deadline: March 15, 2008

"ALL OR NOTHING" is an un-juried, open call Art Exhibit.

Join in to celebrate the Grand Opening of Gallery BEAUXZARRE located in Hollywood, California! Open to all artists from around the world! All images submitted will be displayed on the Grand Opening Night and the duration of the show. March 21, 2008 – March 28, 2008. All artworks in print format will be accepted. All prints will be on 8.5 x 11 matte photo paper. All artworks will be for sale unless artist only wants exhibit, price per print is determined by the artist. Entry fee.

For complete prospectus:

4867 Fountain Av
Los Angeles CA 90029

01/25/2008 09:27:00 PM · #113
Deadline:Feb. 2, 2008

Soulard Art Market call for artists St. Louis, MO
01/27/2008 01:09:57 PM · #114
2nd Annual DEEP Indonesia International Underwater Photo Competition

Copyright: Photographers retain all copyrights to their images. Wetpixel.com, DivePhotoGuide.com, and UnderwaterCompetition.com retain the right to publish the contest entries in print or online to congratulate or feature the winners and their respective images, and to promote future events. Winning images will be included in a press release for third party websites and publications, in the context of congratulating and/or featuring the winners and winning images, and to promote future competitions. Strict guidelines requiring photo credit and specific one-time press release usage are issued along with the press release.

Eligibility: All images need to have been taken underwater.

Entry deadline: 15 February 2008

Entry fee: Entry fees are $10 per image (no limit on number of entries).


Note that the Environment and Conservation category allows for both topside and underwater images, while all other categories are underwater-only. Categories have been modeled from those used in The Digital Shootout, which Wetpixel has been involved with for the past few years.

Divers: Best image featuring a scuba diver underwater.

Animal Portrait:
Best image featuring a portrait of an animal underwater.

Animal Behavior:
Best image featuring underwater animal behavior.

Compact Camera: Underwater images of all kinds, taken by point ‘n shoot, non-SLR digital cameras. In this category, no entries from scanned slides or digital SLRs will be accepted. Although there exist many great underwater images taken by point ‘n shoot cameras, it is often difficult for them to compete with SLRs when it comes to image quality.

Reefscapes: Best image featuring the rich reefs around the world.

Environment and Conservation:
Topside and underwater images of all kinds, taken by any camera, with a focus on the marine or lake environment and conservation. Subject matter must address a marine or lake-related environmental issue. The goal in this category is to convey a real-world message.

Indonesia Category: Open to Indonesian residents only

Official web site: //www.underwatercompetition.com/Deep_Indonesia_2008.php



On the heels of announcing the prestigious 3rd-annual, US-based international photo and video competition, Wetpixel & DivePhotoGuide have once again organized a unique joint collaboration with a second international competition in association with DEEP Indonesia , Indonesia’s first-ever Diving, Adventure Travel and Water sports expo.2007 marked the first time two international competitions associated with dive expos on opposite sides of the world cooperated to establish a complementary series of categories and prizing opportunities.

Photographers will compete in 7 themed categories to win over $30,000 in prizes, including photo equipment, dive gear, and premium dive travel packages to some of the top photo destinations in Indonesia and beyond. Indonesia trips include Ambon, Bali, Fak Fak, Komodo, Lembeh, Manado, and Raja Empat. Additional dive packages include Papua New Guinea and The Bahamas. The contest includes a category for images that focus on conservation and the marine environment, one specifically for entries taken by compact digital cameras, and one specifically for Indonesian entrants.

01/27/2008 01:16:39 PM · #115
British Underwater Image Festival 2008

Copyright: DIVE magazine reserves the right to publish winning images both in the magazine and on the website. Winning images will also be used in any future promotional material for the show and competition royalty free.

Entry deadline: 31 January 2008

Entry fee: Free

Film and photography entries are now being accepted for the 2008 British Underwater Image Festival (BUIF). Following on from two hugely successful years, the third British Underwater Image Festival returns to the Go Diving! show at the Birmingham NEC on 14 to 16 March 2008.

More than £12,500 worth of prizes are available to the winners in each of the competition’s nine categories.


anything goes
FIRST: Suunto D9 with bracelet and transmitter, worth £1,150
SECOND: Suunto D9 with straps and transmitter, worth £1,020
THIRD: Suunto D6, worth £470

Images must have been taken with a digital compact camera
FIRST: £500 cheque
SECOND: £300 cheque
THIRD: £200 cheque

Six prints to be arranged in two rows of three
FIRST: Apeks XTX200 regulator, worth £448
SECOND: Apeks XTX50 regulator, worth £349
THIRD: Apeks XTX20 regulator, worth £235

Photographers must be 30 years of age or younger.
FIRST: Scubapro Galileo Sol computer, worth £869
SECOND: Scubapro Aladin Tec 2G computer, worth £395
THIRD: Scubapro Aladin Prime computer, worth £235


PRIZE: Canon EOS D-SLR worth over £1,000

PRIZE: Suunto D9 with bracelet and transmitter, worth £1,150.

(chosen from the last 12 months Hot Shots and voted for by you on the web - //www.divemagazine.co.uk).
PRIZE: Olympus 760 bundle with housing, worth £199


Maximum of six prints per entrant per category (Suunto Open, PADI Digital and Scubapro Young Photographer).
Maximum of one entry per person for the portfolio category.
There is no entry fee.
Prints must be 10 inches x 7 inches or 10 inches x 8 inches with a border of at least 3mm on each edge, and will be mounted by DIVE
Portfolios must be six 5 inches x 7 inches with a border of at least 3mm on each edge, accompanied by a guide showing in which order they should be viewed, with three images on top and three on the bottom - again, they will be mounted by DIVE
All prints must be labeled on the reverse with photographer’s name, category, where the picture was taken and equipment used.

The official web page: //www.divemagazine.co.uk/news/article.asp?UAN=4033&v=1&sp=

Send your entries with a completed entry form to:

DIVE Magazine
British Underwater Image Festival
One Victoria Villas,
TW9 2GW.

PDF download entry form

01/30/2008 10:28:05 PM · #116

The York County Community Foundation will present its spring/summer exhibit, Beautiful York curated by YorkArts, featuring works exploring the broad spectrum of what makes our community beautiful. Submissions in any medium will be considered. Accepted works will be no smaller than 16 inches by 20 inches and no larger than 72 inches in any direction. Anyone may submit. No entry fee.


YorkArts 10 N Beaver St York PA 17401

//www.yorkarts.org gallerygdirector@yorkarts.org

01/30/2008 10:30:34 PM · #117

Deadline February 29, 2008

Seeking one artist to work with Seattle Department of Transportation representatives to develop and integrate permanent art inlays or other designs into city sidewalks at up to three locations.

The artist will work with community stakeholders to develop sidewalk artwork that relates to the project sites and enhances the pedestrian experience in Seattle’s neighborhoods. Open to professional artists residing in Washington. Budget: $30,000, all inclusive. No entry fee.


The Mayor’s Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs

206-233-3930 //www.seattle.gov/arts

01/31/2008 01:37:57 AM · #118
Originally posted by Man_Called_Horse:

Seeking one artist to work with Seattle Department of Transportation representatives to develop and integrate permanent art inlays or other designs into city sidewalks at up to three locations...
... Budget: $30,000

Ahhhh... my tax dollars, hard at work :O)

I knew i moved here for a reason.
01/31/2008 05:41:00 PM · #119
CALL FOR ARTISTS: Survival, Resistance, Gentrification

Greetings from Longwood Arts Project!

Dear Colleagues, please find attached an application for our Digital Matrix Commissions Program for 2009, circulate and distribute among your constituents, and contact me if you have any questions…..

We invite you to apply to DIGITAL mATRIX commissions 2009!

CALL FOR ARTISTS: Survival, Resistance, Gentrification

The Digital Matrix Commissions Program invites artists to create work in digital and new-media forms. Chosen artists will receive an honorarium of $5,000 and a nine-month commission. The commissioned project will be featured on LongwoodCyber.org. Applicants can be located in any part of the world as the program is predominately internet based. The next commission period runs from January 1, 2009 to September 30, 2009.

This year, we request proposals that explore “mapping” as it relates to survival, resistance, and gentrification. How do artists respond to it? How do these issues affect community? How can the internet or web-based technology be used to address these concerns?

We encourage projects that present a South Bronx context. All projects must feature internet-based interactivity.


Monday, February, 4, 2008


We invite artists working in both traditional and digital media. Artists of color and women, and Bronx artists are especially encouraged to apply.

NOT ELIGIBLE: Previous recipients of the Longwood Cyber Residency or Digital Matrix Commissions, full-time graduate or undergraduate students enrolled in any degree program during the residency period, and recipients of any 2007 Bronx Council on the Arts’ awards: Bronx Recognizes Its Own (BRIO), Bronx Writers’ Center Fellowship, or Chapter One Fiction Award.

Click here to download application: //www.bronxarts.org/lag_digital_matrix.asp. How to apply session is Thursday, January 17, 2008 at 6pm at Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos.

For more information please contact 718-518-6728 or e-mail me at Juanita@bronxarts.org
01/31/2008 11:52:34 PM · #120
Tell Us A Story 2008 APA|NY Juried Photo Contest Call For Entries

Great images cast the photographer as storyteller, sometimes acting as documentarian, sometimes a manipulator of the truth. Whether it’s fact or fiction, photography and the tradition of storytelling walk hand in hand.

Hence the theme of this contest: Tell Us A Story

This February, enter your finest photo story, whether it’s a single image or in series, and get your work seen by our esteemed panel of jurors. One overall prize winner will be chosen from each the Professional and Student categories. Juror’s Selection honors will also be awarded. Winning work will be on display between March 17th and 22nd 2008 at the expansive HP Gallery at Calumet Photographic. On Tuesday March 18th APA|NY will host an opening for the exhibition in conjunction with a fundraiser for the “Exposures” program: a cross-cultural exchange program that establishes photography as a common language among youth from diverse communities.

Share your greatest story.

Submission period begins February 1st 2008

Go to //www.apany.com/contest for submission guidelines, contest rules, juror information and prize details.

For more information on Exposures, go to
01/31/2008 11:59:02 PM · #121
Call for Submission | Projection08

Redeye, the photography network, are running a slideshow event at the Lowry Arts Centre in Salford, England, on the 31st January 2008. The theme for this first event is open and we’re inviting fellow Lightstalkers to submit slideshows under 5 minutes long that show original and imaginative bodies of work.

The deadline for submission is the 15th January 2008, though if you need an extra couple of days to get your work together, just let me know and I’ll do all I can to include it for selection.

02/02/2008 08:48:28 PM · #122

The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy is working with the Office of Public Art to commission an artist to be a part of the design team for the Ann Katharine Seamans Memorial Garden.

The Garden will be located in Mellon Park in the Shadyside neighborhood of Pittsburgh. The artist budget for the project is $50,000.

The Garden will be dedicated in Fall 2009. No entry fee.


Lea Donatelli Office of Public Art Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council 707 Penn Av 2nd Floor Pittsburgh PA 15222


02/04/2008 01:03:31 PM · #123
WHNPA $1000 student scholarship contest

The contest is now open!

The White House News Photographers Association Student Contest Committee is happy to announce the WHNPA 2008 Student Photographer of the Year is now accepting portfolio entries! WHNPA sponsor, Digital Railroad, is hosting the competition website and the award for the winning student photographer.

The contest submission page opened on February 1, 2008 and entries will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. on March 1, 2008.

The judging will be open to the public and will take place on March 15, 2008 in the Ward Building at American University.

Please read the competition guidelines on our web page at //www.whnpa.org/studentcontest.

The student winner will received a $1000 scholarship, two tickets to the black tie Eyes of History™ awards dinner in D.C., a two page spread in the awards book, highlights on the contest web page and the traveling exhibit.

Please pass this link around so we can get as many entries as possible for this inaugural year! Thanks!
02/07/2008 09:11:38 PM · #124

This exhibit will explore concepts of renewal and revitalization, including cycles of growth and decay, and the rise and fall of places, things, or ideas. Literal, metaphorical, and philosophical interpretations are welcome. The exhibit will draw inspiration from the cabinets of curiosities of the past, and will be curated for the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts’ Gallery 51 by museum studies faculty & students in the Arts Management program. Work in all media accepted. Dates: March 27-April 20, 2008. Include an SASE if you would like your materials returned. Artists will be responsible for shipping. No entry fee.

To Submit Send a CD of 3-4 images, an artist resume, and a statement to:

Lauren O’Neal Fine & Performing Arts MCLA 375 Church St North Adams MA 01247

02/07/2008 09:12:42 PM · #125

Napa City-County Library invites artists to apply to a juried competition with award winner’s work displayed in the Napa Main Library. Media: painting, graphics, watercolors, photography, mixed media. No entry fee.

For more information send an SASE to:

Stephnia Pramuk Art in the Library Program Napa City-County Library 580 Coombs St Napa CA 94559

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