Further varied and sundry calls for art submissions

 

NATIONAL CALL FOR FIGURES & FACES THEMED ART
August 6 – 26, 2010. Open to all artists who can drop off or ship accepted work. JPG submissions only. All media except film, video & installation. Juror: Rene de Guzman, Senior Curator, Oakland Museum of California. Awards: 1st – $500, 2nd – $250, 3rd – $100. For more information and online entry form: Pacific Art League, Palo Alto, California OR 650-321-3891 OR http://www.PacificArtLeague.org OR gallery@pacificartleague.org
 
CALL FOR PROPOSALS ABOUT DEATH AND MEMORIALIZATION
The I-Park Foundation (www.i-park.org), a not-for-profit international arts community in E. Haddam, CT (USA), is seeking proposals from the following disciplines that re-imagine our cultural and personal relationship to death, memory and memorialization: Music/Sound Sculpture, Visual Arts/Environmental Sculpture, Theater/Choreography/Performance Art, Landscape/Garden Design, Architecture, Landscape Architecture. Those invited to execute their physical, performance or music/sound sculpture pieces for the Thanatopolis Exhibition in October 2010 will receive a creative fee of $2,000 plus a budget for travel, materials, incidental expenses. “Paper projects” will receive a creative fee of $700. No application fee. Overview: http://www.i-park.org/Thanatopolis2010_FAQ.pdf OR http://www.i-park.org/MusicandSound.html OR thanatopolis@gmail.com
 
CALL FOR LOW TECH PHOTOGRAPHY
This call is open to all subjects and styles of photography that include a low tech means of image making or printing. This includes, but is not limited to; toy, Holga and Diana cameras, Pinhole, Wet Plate Collodian, Photograms, Callotypes, Cyanotypes, Polaroid and other traditional darkroom processes. Over $1500 in cash and awards. Entry fee. Questions: 970-224-1010 OR http://www.c4fap.org
 
CALL FOR BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY
What does “black and white” mean to contemporary photographers in the digital age? When Robert Frank made this observation, black-and-white film and silver prints were photography’s most commonly used materials. Nearly a half century later they are approaching “alternative media” status. Or are they? Are the implications and meanings of black and white still central to photography’s unique nature as a visual medium? Submissions to this juried exhibition are limited only by your imagination and your photographic eye. Cash prizes. Entry fee. Submitting Your Entries: http://www.mplsphotocenter.com/exhibits/exhibit-competitions.php

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