10th Annual Environmental Photography Exhibition

Part of the 2020 Colorado Environmental Film Festival

Call for Entries deadline: Thursday, October 31, 2019

ceffThe 10th annual Environmental Photography Exhibition seeks photographic images ranging in style and technique from avant-garde to traditional, symbolizing the many different world communities that need to come together to overcome today’s daunting environmental challenges. Images selected for the exhibition successfully educate, motivate or passionately move audiences to engage in preserving our environment!

Selected entrants will have their photograph displayed at the American Mountaineering Center during the festival and throughout the spring. Each year, the selected images are seen by regional, national and international audiences of collectors, curators, writers, and others from the environmental community.

Categories and Prizes:
  • Adult Category Best in Show – $250 Cash Prize
  • Youth Category (under age 19 years) Best in Show – $250 Cash Prize
How to Submit a Photo:
  • Create a free account on SmarterEntry, add your photograph(s) and submit it to our festival!
  • Fee is $10 per image (maximum 12 entries per person)

 

Call for Entry: delecTABLE: The Fine art of Dining

Join Art Students League of Denver for the fifth installment of our biennial national juried exhibition, representing the best in contemporary tabletop clay

Submissions accepted from October 1, 2019 – January 19, 2020

LizSummerfieldJuror Liz Zlot Summerfield

About juror Liz Zlot Summerfield: "I have been an instructor and visiting artist at numerous clay facilities, colleges, and universities. I exhibit and sell my work nationally through exhibitions, fine craft shows, our home gallery, and my online shop.  I have been featured and on the cover of Ceramics Monthly and Clay Times magazine. I have also authored and been included in a variety of ceramic publications. In 2014, Ceramics Arts Daily released an instructional DVD featuring my construction and surface techniques. I am the co-creator of Red Handed Symposium, a conference solely devoted to low-fire red clay enthusiasts."  http://www.lzspottery.com

Art Students League of Denver
200 Grant Street
Denver, Colorado 80203
303.778.6990
Mon-Thu: 8:30 AM - 9:30 PM
Fri: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Sat: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
http://asld.org

 

Call for Artists: CURRENTS 2020 New Media Festival

Open to artists across all mediums of electronic art and new media

Submission Deadline: November 5, 2019

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With 10 years of New Media production, display, and support in its wheelhouse, CURRENTS New Media has become known as one of the leading emerging media arts festival in the States.

Located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, CURRENTS brings together the work of established and emerging new media artists from the USA and around the world. The CURRENTS team is excited to announce that we are now accepting submissions for our next festival: #CURRENTS2020.

This Year’s Categories include:
  • Installations (Interactive and Non-Interactive)
  • Outdoor Installations and Projections
  • Virtual/Augmented/Mixed Reality Environments
  • Robotics
  • Multimedia Performance
  • Digitally Generated Objects (i.e. 3D Printing)
  • Interactive Installations for Children
  • Single Channel Video and Animation
  • Experimental Documentary
CURRENTS NEW MEDIA provides the community with opportunities to experience new media arts in traditional venues, public and outdoor spaces. Parallel Studios creates a platform for new media artists to develop and share innovative work. Our yearly festival and ongoing educational programs provide environments that give the public access to immersive and expansive art experiences.

 

Call for Entries: The Red Show at CORE New Art Space

Entries due by Thursday October 10, 2019

Juror: Michael Paglia, arts writer for Westword

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With red comes an almost infinite amount of meaning, of symbolism and of psychology. Cultures have used the color red to dominate, to empower populations, to strike fear into the eyes of enemies. Red has the power to seduce, to warn, to celebrate, to embarrass, and to ignite.

Core New Art Space invites all artists of any mediums to express what red means to them. Entries must be submitted electronically by October 10, 2019 and accompanied by a $35.00 fee (for up to 3 works).

The Red Show Juror is Michael Paglia

Michael Paglia is an art historian and professional art writer whose columns have appeared weekly since 1995 in Westword, a V Digital Media publication. Paglia’s essays on the visual arts have also been published in national periodicals including Art News, Architecture, Art Ltd., Modernism, Art & Auction and Sculpture Magazine, among others. Paglia has authored or co-authored more than a dozen books and monographs, most of them focusing on modern and contemporary art in the American West. He also serves as a script writer for a series of artist-documentaries that air on PBS and that likewise focus on art in the American West. He periodically teaches art history at the University of Colorado Denver.

Core New Art Space
6851 W. Colfax Ave. (inside Pasternack’s Art Hub)
Lakewood, CO 80214
303.297.8428
Friday 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Saturday 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
http://www.CoreArtSpace.com

 

Call for Entries: Red Brick Center for the Arts 2020 Juried Show

Submission deadline: November 3rd, 2019 at 1:00pm

  • Juried by Sam Harvey of Harvey Preston Gallery and Skye Weinglass of Skye Gallery in Aspen
  • Awards in the amount of $250 and $150 will be given to two artists selected by the jurors
  • Entry Fee: $25 for up to 3 pieces of artworks
  • More info at: https://www.redbrickaspen.com
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Red Brick Center for the Arts in Aspen is pleased to announce the 2020 Colorado Juried Exhibition. Artists living in Colorado are invited to submit entries of original works created within the past 3 years. Works in all mediums are eligible (Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Drawing, Photography, Ceramic, Fiber, Functional, Digital, Mixed Media, New Genres).

The exhibition will be juried by Sam Harvey of Harvey Preston Gallery and Skye Weinglass of Skye Gallery Aspen, two premiere galleries in Aspen, CO. In addition to being gallerist, Harvey and Weinglass are accomplished artists, curators and educators.

As a leader in supporting the arts as essential to creating thriving communities, Colorado is attracting and supporting talented artists passionate about their creative practice. The 2020 Colorado Juried Exhibition will present artworks from across Colorado to learn about relevant topics, techniques and experimentations artists are addressing today. The jurors are looking for inventiveness, a high level of skill, and thoughtful use of the medium with a focus on individual expression. In addition to highlighting the artworks, the exhibition will create a platform for the exchange of ideas and dialogues to form between artworks and artists. Exhibitions such as the 2020 Colorado Juried contribute towards building a stronger creative community for all of Colorado.

Red Brick Center for the Arts
110 East Hallam Street
Aspen, CO 81611

 

Call for Entries: Conception Art Show 2019

  • Artists: Visit https://conceptionarts.com to submit your work for consideration
  • Event takes place Thursday, October 24, 2019 at The Hangar at Stanley Marketplace
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Conception Art Show is now accepting submissions for the Denver edition of our popular and exciting group Art Exhibition, which is happening on Thursday, October 24, 2019 at the Hangar, at the Stanley Marketplace (2501 Dallas Street, Aurora, CO). A well-known and popular venue in the heart of "what's happening" in the surrounding Denver area.

All exhibitors will be eligible for consideration for our 'Award for Excellence' which will be juried by local industry leaders and awarded to one of our showcasing artists that evening!

Take this opportunity to exhibit your work and network with local art enthusiasts and other artists, take the next step in your art career...and be a part of something exciting too!

We are accepting submissions of 2-D mixed media, digital art, photography, paintings, jewelry design and drawings as well as 3-D submissions for sculptural work, wood working and more.

Call for Entries: Doors Open Denver Photo Competition: Y/OUR DENVER 2019

Submission Deadline: Monday, October 7, 2019

Juror: Samantha Johnston, Executive Director of CPAC

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Glass Ceiling by Kevin Mohatt, Best in Show 2018

The Denver Architecture Foundation (DAF) and the Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC) are pleased to present their 2nd annual Doors Open Denver Photography Competition, Y/OUR Denver. This is your opportunity to find and photograph your favorite areas of Denver, and enter your images into a juried competition. This call is looking for all forms of architectural imagery: black & white, color, exterior, interiors and detail images are welcome from photographers of all skill levels. Thirty images will be showcased on the DAF and CPAC websites for this online exhibition.

Colorado Photographic Arts Center
1070 Bannock St
Denver, CO 80204
303.837.1341
http://www.cpacphoto.org

 

Call for Entries: Love Letters Exhibit at 40 West Gallery

Submissions must be received by Saturday October 19, 2019

More info and submission details at: https://40westarts.org/calls-for-entry

  • Opening Reception Date: First Friday, December 6, 2019 from 5-9pm
  • Show Dates: December 6, 2019 – January 4, 2020
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Emily Cope, Her

Simply put, this show is about who or what you love. Give us any work that highlights a person, place, thing, idea or other that has captured your heart. In addition to the piece(s) you submit, you will also write a short (2-4 sentences) love letter to be displayed alongside your work. Your Love Letters work could be a person, place, thing, object or other. It could be an object of genuine devotion or something you love because its silly, quirky or otherwise weird. Artwork can be done under any medium, in any style. Because this exhibit is all about you and what you love, the possibilities are truly limitless.

Artists are invited to submit up to three hanging or two sculptural works via email for consideration (works with multiple components or elements can be considered as one work). Application fees for exhibitions are $5 per entry for 40 West members and $10 per entry for non-members. FREE for youth artists (age 20 and below) and college students. 40 West Arts will retain a 15% commission on all works sold. It is the responsibility of the artist to collect and remit local and state sales taxes for any work sold.

 

Call for Entries: Changes at D'art Gallery

Entries due by October 4, 2019

Juror: Michael McClung of Michael Warren Contemporary

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In a nod to growing, to reinventing, to defying your critics and to stepping out on your own, we present Changes, a juried show featuring visual works about the many changes in our lives, environment, and thought processes. This International Show will feature artwork in the categories of painting, drawing, mixed media, sculpture, fiber, and photography. Themes can include your personal changes such as: seasonal, climate, social or economic, relationship, historic, or others.

About the Juror:

Michael McClung is the co-owner and Director of Michael Warren Contemporary Art, Denver, CO, along with his partner, Warren. The gallery “showcases contemporary artwork that speaks to us personally. We present colorful abstract and figurative work alongside contemplative sculpture, installations, works on paper and photography with particular emphasis on materials and process.”

He has worked in both business and in the creative industries for the past 30 years. The gallery was opened in the heart of Denver’s Art District on Sante Fe in 2014, and in 5 years has mountd 80 exhibits and welcomed more than 76,000 visitors to the gallery. 
  • $35 flat fee for up to three art pieces/images. Entry fees may be paid by credit card only through callforentry.org. Fees are non-refundable and do not guarantee acceptance in the exhibition.
  • The exhibition is open to all artists 18 years and older. All work must be original in concept and not copied from another artist's work.
  • No installations or artwork that requires special technical installation or intensive assembly will be accepted. No performance-based work. Maximum size of 5 feet in any direction for both 2D and 3D works.
  • Only entries submitted online through Callforentry.org will be considered. Do not contact gallery to submit images or information for your application, unless more information has been requested. Entries are limited to a maximum of three works.
  • All notifications will be sent by email through Callforentry.org. These emails occasionally end up in one's spam/junk box. Please add the Callforentry.org email address to your address book.
  • All works accepted for the exhibition must be original, completed, and ready to hang. Substitutions of accepted works will not be allowed and all delivered work must match the image juried.
  • Frames, mats, and wiring must be professional quality and in good condition. Wiring must be in good condition and substantial enough for the weight of the artwork. No sawtooth hangers. All paintings must be framed or gallery wrapped with fully painted edges. Two-dimensional works on paper must be framed. No audio-video artworks accepted.
  • Accepted artwork may not be removed from D’art Gallery prior to the close of the exhibition.
  • All submissions will be through Callforentry.org (www.callforentry.org). Entries and credit card payment must be submitted on or before the posted deadline, with no entries accepted after this date.

 

Art call for Muralists from Pasternack’s Art Hub and Next Gallery

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Pasternack’s Art Hub and Next Gallery has issued a call for artist proposals for one or more Wall Murals for various locations on the Pasternack’s Art building Located at 6851 W. Colfax in Lakewood. Sizes vary. Most Paintings should be done the over weekend of August 1st through the 3rd to Coincide with Colfax Art Fest. (Exceptions will be made to artists that make arrangements ahead of time)

The goal of the call is to enhance the buildings appearance and to provide public art that is of interest to residences and visitors.

Mural themes are open. The overall mural lengths and height will be determined by location, and by the artist's concept. The walls consist mostly of concrete and block construction.

To apply, please submit the following to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
  • artist statement (and website if you have one)
  • 3 to 5 jpeg images, no larger than 1MB each labeled with your name, title, medium, dimensions, and year completed
  • CV or resume
  • The email attachments you send should not exceed 7MB