Call for Entries
- Published on May 01, 2016
Call for Entries: 2016 Mask Project, A benefit for The Denver Hospice
Entries due by Friday May 20, 2016 at 5pm
Entry Fee: Just your time to paint a mask
- To become one of our artists of a painted mask to be auctioned off this September, please register at http://www.themaskproject.org and click on Create A Mask button
The Denver Hospice produces The Mask Project – a gallery of handcrafted clay masks by renowned artists, celebrities, sports figures, heroes and community leaders.
Through the online auction of hundreds of masks and generous community sponsorships, this biennial community event raises hundreds of thousands of dollars for end-of-life care throughout the Denver area.
More than 1 million visitors to the Cherry Creek Shopping Center viewed The Mask Project. The online auction of masks generated hundreds of thousands of hits on The Mask Project website http://www.themaskproject.org where bidding gets fierce – especially during the final days.
Since its founding in 1998, The Mask Project has captured national attention and raised nearly $4.5 million for end-of-life care.
- Published on April 27, 2016
Call For Entry: Plein Air Artists Colorado 20th Annual National Juried Fine Art Exhibition and Sale
Deadline to submit entries: Sunday May 15, 2016 at CaFÉ (http://www.CallForEntry.org)
Exhibition runs September 1 - 30, 2016
- Show info will be posted on the website: http://www.pleinairartistscolorado.com
Don’t miss this opportunity to exhibit works at Mary Williams Fine Arts, Boulder’s premier art gallery, and to be part of PAAC’s 20th Annual National Exhibition
AWARDS: Last year over $20,000 in prizes (cash and merchandise) were awarded
JUROR OF AWARDS: Jeff Legg, PAAC Master Signature Member http://www.jefflegg.com
- Open to all current PAAC Members working in two dimensional media, excluding photography, mixed media, fiber and digital media
- Membership information: http://www.pleinairartistscolorado.com
- Only original paintings completed “en plein air” in 2014, 2015 and until the deadline in 2016 are eligible
- Works that have been exhibited in previous PAAC shows are not eligible for entry
- No studio paintings
- Still life paintings will not be accepted unless clearly completed outdoors
5311 Western Avenue, Suite 112
Boulder, CO 80301
- Published on April 18, 2016
Call for Entry: Drawing Never Dies at RedLine
Entries due by Saturday May 14th 2016
Show runs July 8 - August 5, 2016
- Curators: Daisy McGowan & Donald Fodness
Perhaps the oldest and most basic art act, drawing remains relevant despite significant changes in technology and the nature of art. The definition of drawing is blurry and often serves as a basis for study in most every other medium. Drawing is rarely is given the same attention as other disciplines within visual art, but is regularly a root for other artistic practices, as well as being a valid realm on its own.
Drawing Never Dies will survey the range of drawing taking place today. Approaches may span from minimal to maximal, meticulous to messy, monumental to miniature. From commonplace and traditional materials such as graphite and pens on paper, to drawing on the surface of the earth, to artists working with technology such as 3d pen drawings in space or forms intended for experience on the screen; we are interested in a broad/expansive survey of drawing now. We invite artists who consider their work from the vantage of drawing to submit to this juried exhibition.
Drawing Never Dies is open to all artists over the age of 18 working in any 2D, 3D, or new media. Artists are encouraged to submit their best work.
Guest Jurors: RedLine is pleased to announce Donald Fodness (artist & curator) and Daisy McGowan (Director & Chief Curator of Gallery of Contemporary Art, Colorado Springs) will serve as co-curators for RedLine's annual juried exhibition in the main exhibition hall.
2350 Arapahoe St.
Denver, CO 80205
- Published on April 13, 2016
MCA Denver's Failure Lab Teen Internship Program
Complete the online application by Monday, May 9, 2016 at 11PM
Failure Lab (FLAB) is a school year-long leadership program for twelve high school teens. Teens work with professional artists to create projects and installations, learn the behind-the-scenes of MCA Denver, organize dynamic events for teens in the city, and learn about contemporary art.
All high school students in metro Denver are eligible. Applicants should be imaginative, team-oriented, dedicated, and interested in contemporary art. You do not need to make art yourself.
FLAB starts in September and runs through May. FLAB meets every Wednesday from 4-6PM at MCA Denver. The program requires a one school-year commitment.
Applicants (who submit all required application materials) must attend Applicant Day. Second round interviews will occur in late June/early July. Final selection of new teen interns will be announced by the end of July.
Museum of Contemporary Art Denver
Denver, CO 80202
- Published on February 17, 2016
2nd Annual Littleton Plein Air Paintout
Depot Art Gallery
June 2 and 3, 2016
- Registration and detailed information for the Paintout are available through the Depot Art Gallery’s website: http://www.depotartgallery.org
This year the event has expanded to two days of painting in the Littleton area with the resulting creations on display (and sale) at the Depot June 3 through 12. The Paintout is open to all plein air painters, working in any media.
Juror Carl Judson, author of “A Guerrilla Painter’s Notebook” will award cash prizes on Friday, June 2, at 6:00 at the Paintout Dinner. Registration includes dinner and a T-shirt.
The Depot Art Gallery is located at 2069 West Powers Ave in Littleton. For Paintout information beyond what is on the website, contact Paul Nutting at 720-982-7269.