Call for Artists
- Published on June 30, 2015
Golden's Art in Public Places Program: Ulysses Park Public Art
Apply online by Friday, July 24, 2015
- The City of Golden Art in Public Places Program is seeking qualified artists or artist teams to create an original public art piece for Ulysses Park
- Project budget: $7,000
- Details online at CAFE
Ulysses Park is located at 1205 Ulysses Street, Golden, CO 80401. The park is home to competitive softball and baseball teams. The commissioned artwork will be attached to the back of the grandstands of the main baseball field (See the site images for more details). Each completed design, two in total should be 19 feet wide by 52 inches tall.
The finalized artwork should include images of baseball players in active states of play such as fielding, hitting, and catching. The feel of the artwork should serve to inspire players, especially children, to rise to their potential.
The selected artist is encouraged to use lyrics from John Fogerty’s song, “Centerfield” and incorporate those lyrics into the final design.
All mediums will be considered. Special attention should be given to weather conditions, durability, maintenance, and vandalism prevention.
Metal, laser cut screens, powder-coated metal, iron work or other similar processes might be appropriate.
- Published on June 15, 2015
Call for 2016 Artists: Valkarie Gallery
Deadline to apply is Friday July 17, 2015
Valkarie Gallery, a contemporary gallery located in Belmar, is getting ready to set the schedule for 2016 and is looking for artists in all mediums. We have several different opportunities available: guest artist in resident artists' gallery, guest sculptural artist in the resident artists' gallery and resident/membership artist.
As a guest artist in the resident artists' gallery, you would have the store front wall (10' long) for one month. The gallery retains 25% of all sales. Artists are expected to attend the opening/First Friday and promote the show via social media.
As a guest sculptural artist in the resident artists' gallery, you would have the store front window space with six pedestals for 8 weeks. The sculptures must be small enough to fit on pedestals that range from 18” square to 24” square base. The gallery retains 25% of all sales. Artists are expected to attend the opening/First Friday and promote the show via social media.
Resident/Member artist: pay $75 a month, due quarterly, have year round display space in the resident artists’ gallery (art changes every two months), one solo/paired show in the main gallery (700+ square feet) a year, participation in other gallery/Block 7 Arts District events, website presence, mention of events outside the gallery in the monthly newsletter. The gallery retains 10% of all sales. As a resident artist, you are encouraged to attend all opening and First Friday events and help promote via social media, post card mailings, etc. You may be asked sit the gallery once every 6 - 8 weeks and are required to attend your opening, sit the second and third Saturday of your show as well as the last Sunday. You may also be asked to help hang the art in the resident artists’ gallery. You are required to make a one year commitment to the gallery but the gallery hold no exclusivity of where your art hangs.
Deadline to apply is July 17, midnight. Notification of acceptance into second round will occur by the middle of August. Please feel free to contact us with any questions!
445 S Saulsbury St
Denver, CO 80226
- Published on June 15, 2015
Boulder Art Association Annual Juried Show
Submit work in any medium by Wednesday July 15, 2015
- More information and a full prospectus at http://www.boulderartassociation.org/boulder-labor-day-art-show-call
The Boulder Art Association is holding its annual juried show on Labor Day weekend, September 4-7. We welcome artists in the Rocky Mountain region to submit work in any medium by July 15.
The exhibition will be held in a bright and expansive hall at the new Hyatt Place on Pearl Street in Boulder, Colorado. We will award over $1,000 in prizes.
- Published on June 02, 2015
Call for Entries: Midsummer Open Show at Spark Gallery
Drop Off Work: June 28 or July 5 from 12-5
Show dates: July 9 - 26, 2015
900 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204
Thu-Sat: 12:00 - 5:00 PM
First Friday and Openings 6:00 to 9:00 PM
- Published on May 13, 2015
Call for Artists: The Co-op at Gallery 970
Located in Loveland, Colorado
Artwork may include, but is not limited to painting, sculpture, ceramics, drawing, installation, new media and art furnishings. Artists are strongly encouraged to include live demonstrations, artist talks and/or Q&A sessions in their exhibit. Applicants must also take into consideration that Gallery Nine-Seventy is a family-friendly and socially conscious environment.
- Published on April 07, 2015
The Colorado Mountain Art Gallery: Calling All Artists
- Published on March 31, 2015
Request for Artwork Submissions: Inner City Health Center
The artwork should reflect the mission of the clinic as well as th ethnic diversity of our patients. The art will be placed in ICHC’s medical and dental waiting rooms, and building hallways. This is a great opportunity for emerging artists.
Your submission package must include:
- Statement of Interest that briefly outlines your interest in this project and how your art work will enhance our environment and reflect our mission
- Resume outlining your accomplishments
- Samples of your artwork
Inner City Health Center
3800 York Street
Denver, CO 80205
Attention: Cheryl Simmons
ABOUT INNER CITY HEALTH CENTER
For over 30 years, Inner City Health Center(ICHC) has been a vital resource to the community with over 400,000 patient visits. ICHC exists to provide quality, comprehensive care for metro Denver’s uninsured and underserved. We use a comprehensive care model that integrates medical, dental and counseling services to address the needs of the whole person and whole family all in one location. Last year, ICHC grew to 22,400 patient visits due to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and the expansion of Medicaid. Today, just as it was at its creation, ICHC continues to serve those who are in the most need with respect and compassion.