Artist Calls & Opportunities
ARC Gallery and Studios (San Francisco, CA)
Deadline: December 10, 2018
Snap! is a quick turnaround show filled with bright, delicious artwork hung salon-style and ready to be snapped up by Bay Area art lovers. Submit one piece of work you are certain someone would like to own right now. Make a name for yourself as an important emerging artist, someone to collect, a discovery in the making. To make things simple all works will be priced at $199, with $120 of sales going to the artist.
Los Altos Public Art Search (Los Altos, CA)
Deadline: January 15, 2019
The city of Los Altos is looking for new works representing a variety of media, including sculpture, mosaics, electronic and interactive art, and other forms of visual expression. The City is especially interested in showcasing an interactive artwork in its
Veterans Community Plaza
. Special consideration is given to art that reflects the city’s agricultural past and/or the community’s current ties to developments in technology, though this is not a requirement.
Dresher Ensemble Artist Residency (Oakland, CA)
Deadline: December 15, 2018
The Dresher Ensemble Artist Residency [D.E.A.R.] was established in 2012 to support Northern California artists who are actively exploring new aesthetic premises and pushing the boundaries of conventional art forms and media. The program provides early to mid-career artists free studio space and up-to-date equipment to create new work in the time-based arts such as theater/performance, dance/movement, music/sound art/instrument invention, as well as collaborative and interdisciplinary work.
California Arts Council Panelists (Sacramento, CA)
Deadline: November 15, 2018 and December 15, 2018
The California Arts Council is seeking panelists to serve on their peer-review panels for the CAC's grant programs in spring 2019. You help will ensure that the grant application review process is democratic, fair, and representative of California’s diverse geography; wealth of organizations; racial, ethnic, and gender identities; perspectives and knowledge. Candidates should have in-depth experience in various art practices and disciplines, including arts learning for youth, creative placemaking and cultural development, juvenile and social justice, nonprofit management, working with veteran populations and people with disabilities, and/or related fields. Young professionals and experienced cultural workers, artists, and arts policy makers are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
Elk Grove Call for Artists (Elk Grove, CA)
Deadline: November 8, 2018
The City of Elk Grove invites local, regional and national artists and/or artist teams to submit their qualifications for a variety of projects for the city’s Civic Center and Animal Shelter.
The City has issued a
request for qualifications
(RFQ) for the following artwork:
- A sculpture representing “music” for the Civic Center’s Commons ($25,000 budget);
- An outdoor installation at the entrance of the Animal Shelter ($110,000 budget);
- Interior artwork to be installed in the Animal Shelter lobby ($42,000 budget); and
- Sequenced interior wall hangings for the adoption hallway of the Animal Shelter ($36,000 budget).
Aggregate Space Gallery (Oakland, CA)
Deadline: November 28, 2018
Aggregate Space Gallery is pleased to announce their Sixth International Video Open Call for time-based media. The theme of the show will grow out of the quality of the submissions received; evaluations of submissions will begin immediately. Videos of all types and genres will be considered.