Call for Artists
Art & Soul: Soul Struck
Deadline to Enter: March 2, 2015
Juror: Christoph Heinrich, Director of the Denver Art Museum
- Exhibition Venue: Space Gallery
- Exhibition Dates: April 2 - 25, 2015
Humanity has long deliberated over the definition and existence of the soul. Is it the essence of life, our true self or a moral compass? Perhaps it is nothing more than an emotional fervor. From immortality personified to allegorical contrivance, the soul resists a single definition. Juror selected artists utilize their chosen media to address these contradictory perspectives.
Eligibility: Art & Soul - Soul Struck is a biennial, national juried exhibition of original artwork open to artists that work in a wide variety of media. The exhibition is open to national artists at least 18 years of age. Eligible work is any original piece that correlates with the exhibit description and has been created over the course of 2013-2015 (no earlier than 2013). 2-D work must be framed, ready to hang and met the ASLD framing specifications and parameters (see below). Any 3-D work must include instructions for display.
In conjunction with the exhibition, Art Students League of Denver (ASLD) will host their biennial fundraising gala, ART&SOUL on April 18, 2015. The ART&SOUL gala is a ticketed fundraising event to support the mission and programming of ASLD. In addition to the juried art, select work from invited, ASLD-affiliated artists will be available for auction (one night only). In keeping with ASLD’s standards that artists are always paid for the work, juried and invited artists will not be asked to donate work and ASLD will receive a standard commission for any art work sales.
International Call for Entries: Travelers 5
A Juried Month of Photography Denver Show
FINAL Submission Date: Sunday January 11th 2015 by 6pm MST
- Prospectus and Entry Details: http://www.sharongatrellmeriash.com/call-4-creatives
- Juried by Susan Froyd, Westword Arts and Culture Editor, Denver, CO
- Curated by Sharon Meriash with Call 4 Creatives
- Host Gallery, tbellphotographic studiolgallery, Denver, CO
Show Dates: February 20 - March 7, 2015 with 2 Artist Receptions:
Opening Reception with Awards: Sante Fe Collectors’ Third Friday, 2/20/2015
AND MoP First Friday Artists Reception: 3/6/2015
The Show: “Travelers 5” is the fifth annual juried photography show curated by Calls 4 Creatives in Denver, Colorado. This year’s show will be a part of the international event, Month of Photography- Denver. Denver, Colorado is a key city during the world wide MoP event and will celebrate fine art photography with hundreds of collaborative public events throughout Denver and the region during March and April 2015. Plus this year’s group of juried “travelers” will be hosted in the award winning gallery, tbellphotographic studiolgallery, in the heart of Denver’s hottest art district, Art District on Sante Fe! For more info visit: www.mopdenver.com andwww.artdistrictonsantafe.com.
The Theme: Journey, pilgrimage, escape, trek, junket, odyssey... there are many ways and reasons to travel. Whether it be a trip of the body, an object moving in space or an inner journey of the mind - your interpretation of experiencing movement from one place to the next is what we are looking for. The images may be concrete or abstract, realistic or fantasy, you decide. Your photographic technique can be traditional, digital, experimental or a mixture - we are open to all photographic “trips”. Take us around the block or on a ride in your imagination, we’re ready to go!
The Juror: Susan Froyd, Westword Arts and Culture Editor
Denver native Susan Froyd studied English, Art and finally Journalism at Metro State University of Denver, and also managed movie theaters, sold art supplies and was a buyer in the stationery and greeting card industry, before landing at the weekly Denver newspaper Westword as Arts and Culture Editor in 1992. Twenty two years of coverage later, she’s still at it and not over her love affair with Denver’s cultural scene. Not so much a critic as she is a cheerleader for the city’s fine- and performing-arts communities, Susan feels privileged to serve all the vibrant artists in all disciplines who make our town a more engaging place to live.
The Curator: Sharon Meriash is a photographer, artist and curator. She is also the host for First Fridays Denver on Facebook and the creative force behind Calls 4 Creatives. C4C is known for creating, producing and curating annual signature art shows in Denver along with many invitational art events since 2007. Shows are typically held in a variety of host venues/galleries creating a diverse audience of art lovers. To date Meriash has curated over 84 art exhibits in dozens of venues and worked with hundreds of artists from around the world.
The Host Gallery: This year’s host gallery for “Travelers 5” is tbellphotographic studiolgallery located in the heart of the Santa Fe Art District in Denver, Colorado. Gallery owner Terri Bell is a fine art photographer, mixed media artist and graphic designer. Her work along with her gallery have received many awards and recognitions since 2006. You can read more about the gallery and Terri on her web site: www.tbellphotographic.com.
SYNC Gallery is accepting applications for membership
- For details about membership including fees and responsibilities visit our membership page at http://www.syncgallery.com
• A letter of interest explaining how you found out about SYNC Gallery, and the strengths you would bring to the gallery as a collaborative member.
• 5-10 jpeg images, no larger than 1MB each labeled with your name, title, medium, dimensions, and year completed.
• CV or resume
• artist statement and website
Your email attachments should not exceed 7MB
Once your information is received, a committee will review your submission, and notify you about the status of your application.
931 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204
First & Third Fridays: 6- 9pm
Outreach for Local Artists at Mountain High Appliance
Mountain High Appliance is excited to support our community by opening the Louisville showroom as a gallery space for local artists of all mediums (2D and 3D) ages 15 years and up!
Mountain High Appliance is Colorado's premier appliance showroom with state of the art appliances displayed in 14 designer kitchens. This is a great opportunity to display your artwork in a high-traffic, professional setting to get the exposure your art deserves for FREE. Pieces can be listed for sale, and we do not take commission. We will accept cash and check sales only from buyers of your work(s).
January's theme is Winter in the Rockies. Please submit pieces that you think represent the beauty of Colorado winters.
• All art mediums will be considered but must be appropriate for a retail setting; no works depicting violence, nudity, or profanity will be accepted and we reserve the right to refuse any art at our discretion.
• Each artist may submit up to 5 pieces and they will be displayed for 30 days.
• Hanging items must be professionally framed with wire hanger.
• Artists are responsible for drop off and pick-up of all pieces to the Louisville showroom. Receiving: 3 days prior to the 1st day of your display month from 8am - 10am and 4pm -- 6pm only. Pick up: Must be within 7 days after the display month has ended during our regular business hours. Pieces left beyond 7 days will be donated to local charity for fundraising. No exceptions.
• There will be a 4 month waiting period between showings of any individual artist.
Please send JPG or PDF images of the work to be considered with dimensions to tasia (at ) mountainhighappliance (dot) com. Artists that are chosen for display will be contacted directly.
No phone calls please.
Mountain High Appliance
1130 Pine Street
Louisvile, CO 80027
Call For Muralists: The West Colfax MuralFest
Deadline for entry: January 19, 2015
The West Colfax MuralFest is a vibrant art experience in 40 West Arts District designed to celebrate creativity and the character of historic West Colfax. Juried artists from across the country will create an outdoor art gallery of murals-culminating in a one-day celebration of art, music, food, and creative activities on August 8, 2015--free for the whole family. For more information on the mural opportunities, click here.
40 West Arts Gallery
1560 Teller St
Lakewood, CO 80214 Tue-Sat: 1-4pm
Call for Exhibition Proposals: “Role Play”
Deadline for proposals to arrive at CPAC: January 8, 2015
Exhibition at RedLine: March 14 – April 15, 2015
Nina Katchadourian: Lavatory Self-Portrait in the Flemish Style #12, 2011
Courtesy: McEvoy Collection
The Colorado Photographic Arts Center requests proposals for “Role Play” a photography exhibition to be held at RedLine Denver for the 2015 Month of Photography.
CPAC curators are seeking cohesive bodies of work that address the theme of the exhibition: role-play – the creation of make-believe situations and narratives, the adoption of a personae or character different than oneself, the transformation of self for play, self-examination, or the exploration of themes related to social issues.
Send up to 20 jpegs of the body/bodies of work for review. Please provide your website address and information about the project such as an artist statement and cv. Supplementary materials such as reviews, articles written by you, catalogs etc., are welcome.
This is not a juried exhibition. Proposals must address the theme. There is no entry fee.
Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC)
1513 Boulder Street
Denver, CO 80211
Call for Entries: The 4 Seasons of Colfax
Entry Deadline: Thursday January 29, 2015
Join 40 West in its 3rd annual Colfax-themed show: “The 4 Seasons of Colfax”: an arts exhibition celebrating the events, history, and character(s) of Colfax Avenue (America’s longest commercial street) across the seasons. Colfax offers the special, unusual, strange and beautiful,. We want to capture the full year of weather and its impact upon the beauty and activity of Colfax Avenue. Capture a year in the life of Colfax with your photos, paintings and more. Link below for web page, where you can download the Call for Entry PDF.
We invite visual artists of all kinds—photographers, painters, sculptors, mixed-media artists, etc.—to use their artist’s eye to capture the spectacle that is Colfax—it’s neon, its people, places, events, history and ever-changing character of Main Street Colorado. Colfax Avenue has been at the epicenter of entrepreneurial activity in the metro area for more than 150+ years, with businesses and buildings still intact today, many which carry over from the 1950s car culture. Come on photographers and artists—channel your inner Jack Kerouac! Get out “On the Road” and experience the grit and the glitz of Colfax.
We are delighted to have 2 huge Colfax lovers & experts serve as jurors. Jonny Barber (ColfaxAvenue.com) and Bree Davies (BreeDavies.com)