A ton of Artist (Painters, Designers, etc) Resources NYC Based
Call for Artists: Myrtle Line Subway Stations MTA Arts for Transit & Urban Design (New York NY) MTA Arts for Transit and Urban Design seeks professional artists for consideration to create public artwork for the Myrtle Line subway stations in Brooklyn and Queens. Please download the Call for Artists brochure (http://www.mta.info/mta/aft/about/calldocs/Call%20for%20Artists_Myrtle.pdf) for submission guidelines and for more information about the project. Submissions must be postmarked by Friday, January 27, 2012. Website: http://www.mta.info/mta/aft/about/call.html The Project Space chashama (New York NY) 4,000 square feet of space - FREE in January and February chashama is giving away space in Long Island City for two months. Formerly a taxi repair stand, it sits a few blocks from five pointz and MoMA PS1, in the heart of Queens’ rising artistic community. We are looking for a project that engages the community and is feasible within the two month time frame. Organize your proposal as follows, and send to email@example.com Subject: FREE LIC PROPOSAL 1) Description of project 2) How you plan to engage the community with your project 3) Bios of key participants 4) Timeline of project (between January 12 and March 12) 5) Name and telephone number of primary contact Deadline: 10am January 3, 2012 NOTE: chashama will be closed until January 3rd, so we will not be able to answer questions or give site visits of the venue. For more information and a floor plan, go to www.chashama.org/location/26-15_jackson_ave We will schedule site visits for projects that interest us on January 5 & 6. The participants in the selected project will be notified on January 9. Website: http://www.chashama.org/location/26-15_jackson_ave Call for Submissions: New York State Artists Institute for Electronic Arts (Alfred NY) The Institute for Electronic Arts (IEA) is currently accepting applications for one week residencies from New York State artists for digital and traditional print projects as well as video, sound, and interactive projects. Applications for these opportunities are due by February 3rd, 2012. For more information and to apply please go to iea.alfred.edu Website: http://iea.alfred.edu/ Open Call for VIDEO ART The Lowbrow Society for the Arts (New York NY) The Lowbrow Society for the Arts is excited to announce an open call for video art to be included in the first ever Gowanus Art Fair (GAF) January 14, 2012! Organized by Collective BK and held at The Gowanus Ballroom, GAF will be a one night only, multimedia showcase for artists of all mediums, with visual art and video works curated by May Yeung and Lowbrow Co-Director Gwynn Galitzer. We are looking for works under 10 minutes in length that do not rely on sound. SUBMISSION GUIDELINES -Submissions DUE by 11pm January 7th -There is no theme, the point is to showcase your absolute BEST work -Work must be under 10 minutes in length and not dependent on sound -Email firstname.lastname@example.org with links (youtube/vimeo etc) to no more than 5 pieces that you would like to include. -If you have a really great idea, but need time to finish the piece you’d like to include send, along with links to examples of your work, a written proposal for the finished piece. -Please include either an artitsts CV or a brief statement about yourself and your work. We can’t wait to see what you all come up with! -The Lowbrow Ladies Website: http://lowbrowsociety.org
CLARE WEISS EMERGING ARTIST AWARD NYC Department of Parks and Recreation (New York NY) DEADLINE: Friday, January 6, 2012 (due by 5pm) INSTALLATION: Friday, May 25, 2012 (subject to change) THE AWARD Clare Weiss (1967-2010) was the Public Art Curator for New York City’s Department of Parks and Recreation. During her tenure she curated more than 100 outdoor public art installations throughout the city and organized complex, thought-provoking and visually compelling thematic exhibitions for the Arsenal Gallery. Clare’s passion, humanity, energy, courage, and collaborative zeal were valued by all who knew her. The Clare Weiss Emerging Artist Award will be granted annually to one emerging artist who submits the most compelling proposal for an outdoor sculpture in a New York City park. The location will change annually and will be determined based on the site’s visibility and proximity within a neighborhood underserved by public art. Joyce Kilmer Park in the Bronx has been selected as the 2012 location. There are several sites within the park that can be considered. A map and photographs of the sites can be found on the Parks website listed below. The sculpture will be exhibited for a maximum of one year. Artists submitting proposals are strongly encouraged to visit the specified location at Joyce Kilmer Park before submitting a proposal. Applicants must take into account the site’s terrain and submit proposals that will stand up to the park’s particular urban outdoor environment. Sculptures installed in New York City’s Parks must meet safety requirements and be able to withstand the effects of weather and public interaction. No proposals for sculptures previously exhibited will be accepted. This award is open to New York City-based emerging artists only. DETAILS The chosen recipient will be granted an award in the amount of $7,000. The recipient is highly encouraged to procure in-kind support and other additional funding necessary to support this installation. The Award recipient shall be solely responsible for the installation and removal of the artwork and shall provide at his or her sole cost and expense, all labor, services, and supervision necessary. Additional expenses the artist will be responsible for include fabrication, insurance and maintenance. At the end of the award term, the artist is responsible for returning the park location to its original condition. This project must adhere to Parks Department specifications for public art. The Parks Department will assist the awarded artist with technical logistics such as permitting and site specifications. The artist will be responsible for engineering documents if they are necessary. The Award recipient will be selected through an open application process. Proposals will be reviewed by a jury comprised of an artist, an independent curator, and a Parks Department representative. Proposals will be judged according to artistic and creative merit and suitability to the site. ELIGIBILITY Proposals will only be accepted from New York City-based emerging artists— artists who have specialized training in their field (not necessarily gained in an academic institution), who are at an early stage in their career, and who have created a modest independent body of work. Artists who are enrolled in a school, college or university are not eligible for the Clare Weiss Emerging Artist Award. TIMELINE (all dates are subject to change) Friday, January 6, 2012: Proposals due. Proposals can be submitted earlier. Monday, January 30, 2012: Award Recipient announced Monday, February 27, 2012: Installation plan and budget submitted for review Friday, May 25, 2012: Sculpture installed in Park TBD: Dedication ceremony and opening reception APPLICATION PROCEDURE Proposals must include: • Resume with current contact information • One-page statement describing artist’s work in general • Proposed sculpture: o detailed description of no more than 2 written pages o representative drawings or renderings if sculpture has not been fabricated o images of sculpture if it is already fabricated o list of materials proposed/used; dimensions (including weight) o installation recommendations o maintenance recommendations • Names and full contact information of two references who are familiar with artist and artist’s work • 5-6 images of previous work (8x10 color prints or if emailing jpegs no larger than 1mb each); each image should be labeled and succinctly described • Self-addressed, stamped postcard if you would like to receive notification that your proposal was received. Materials will not be returned. All materials must be received by 5:00pm on Friday, January 6, 2012. Proposals should be sent or emailed to: Clare Weiss Emerging Artist Award Art & Antiquities City of New York Parks & Recreation The Arsenal New York, NY 10065 email@example.com Website: http://www.nycgovparks.org/art-and-antiquities/clare-weiss-award
Call for Artwork The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers (New York NY) The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers invites past Scholastic Art & Writing Award winners, ages 20 and up, to donate small works on paper (including drawings, paintings, photographs, prints, etc.) for our annual fundraiser and auction in March 2012. Participating artists will receive complimentary admission to the event and will have the opportunity to participate in alumni programs in the future. This open call exhibition and sale will benefit the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers programs, and will provide an opportunity for emerging and established artists to display their work and to connect with potential collectors. With the buyer’s consent, the Alliance will pass on contact information to the artist. All artwork between 5”x 7” – 8” x 10” will be priced at $30; $50 for artwork between 8” x 10” - 11” x 14”. Please read the following information below before you donate your work. To submit work: 1. Send 1-2 unframed works on paper NO LARGER than 11” x 14” and NO SMALLER than 5” x 7”. 2. Legibly write the following information directly on the back of each work: * Your full name * Email address * Mailing address * Phone number * Website (if applicable) * The year you received your Scholastic Award * The school you attended at the time of the award. 3. Mail to or drop off your artwork beginning December 16, 2011 at: March Event, c/o The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, 557 Broadway, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10012. Artwork will only be accepted in person between 10 am - 5pm, Monday – Friday from January 3, 2012 until February 27, 2012. DEADLINE: 5:00pm, February 27, 2012. Only artwork RECEIVED by this date will be included in the event. 4. Include a self-addressed stamped envelope large enough to accommodate your piece, for return of any unsold work. If no SASE is included, the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers cannot be responsible for returning unsold artwork. All unsold artwork will be returned mid-April 2012, along with a thank you letter from the Alliance and buyer information. If you prefer to pick up your art work in person please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards has an 89-year legacy and a roster of famous winners including Andy Warhol, Truman Capote, John Baldessari, Joyce Carol Oates, Robert Redford, Sylvia Plath and Richard Avedon. For information about our alumni and related programs, please see: http://www.artandwriting.org/Alliance/Alumni http://www.artandwriting.org/Residency The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, a national nonprofit organization, identifies teenagers with exceptional artistic and literary talent and brings their remarkable work to a national audience through the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. The Awards are the longest-running, most prestigious recognition program for creative teens and the largest source of scholarships for young artists and writers. Have questions? Please contact Katie Babick at Kbabick@artandwriting.org Website: http://www.artandwriting.org FLUX 2012 Flux Projects (Atlanta GA) Flux Projects is now accepting submissions for FLUX 2012. This one-night public art celebration fills the streets and empty spaces of the Castleberry Hill Arts District in Atlanta with large and small-scale projections, performances, dance, music, light and sound installations, and other forms of multimedia works and public interactions. Any artist, artist team, creative collaborative, or curator may submit projects for consideration. Deadline for Submission: February 29, 2012 Notification: April 30, 2012 Event: Saturday, October 6, 2012, 8 pm until midnight Budget: up to $30,000 Website: http://www.fluxprojects.org Freedom Park Project Flux Projects (Atlanta GA) Flux Projects and the Freedom Park Conservancy have issued a joint call for proposals for temporary public art projects in Freedom Park during the summer of 2012. We are looking for innovative projects that will engage a broad audience. We are looking for projects that can engage the park and its audience for at least a month, have high visibility, and can be experienced by pedestrian, bike, and vehicular traffic. Deadline to submit: Friday, January 27, 2012 Installation: Summer 2012 Budget: up to $10,000 Website: http://www.fluxprojects.org Exhibit at Ugallery.com Ugallery (NYC NY) Ugallery offers emerging and mid-career artists professional gallery representation online and at the nation’s leading art events. We work with a select group of artists from across the country. Our expert panel carefully curates the collection, and we attract a broad range of experienced collectors, art and design consultants, and first time buyers alike. In addition to our online presence, we showcase artists’ work at the leading emerging art fairs, such as the Affordable Art Fair NYC, and at exclusive Ugallery openings in New York and our gallery space in San Francisco. It is free to sign up and display your art, and we work solely on commission. You keep possession of your work until it sells. Ugallery will then pay for and arrange the packaging and shipping. Visit Ugallery.com today and click on the “apply here” link to fill out an application for exhibition. Our curators are currently seeking submissions from painters, photographers, printmakers, sculptors, ceramicists, and glass artists. If you have any questions, please email our gallery administrator Aska at email@example.com or call toll free (888) 402-1722. Website: http://www.ugallery.com/ Huge Shared Artist Workspace 2000+ sq ft Con Artist Art Collective Union Square
Con Artist is an art collective with 2,000 plus square feet, multiple floors of shared artist workspace, photo studio and gallery events space. In November we opened up our new second location at 157 Suffolk between Houston and Stanton. Since we’re growing, we are looking for 6 more artists to share our huge 2000+ square foot shared Artist Workspace. For $200 a month, each member gets 24 hour access to the workspace, as well as access to use our gallery space for shows, viewings and events. It’s a beautiful new space which we able able to keep inexpensive by sharing it with a small group and community of artists. We also have a bunch of shared equipment available to all members, such as: 4 color silk screen press, light table, clothing racks, sewing machines, drop sink with power washer, pro photo studio, studio lighting, ultra fast wi-fi, sawhorse work tables, and more. Each members also gets their own personal storage in our large storage facility for items and equipment. We are open to any creative project, not limited to: Silk Screen printing, Men’s and Women’s fashion, painting, art, music, clothing, jewelry, photography, video, shoes, and furniture. Most importantly we have a very active, growing and supportive art community, working on collaborative projects, zines, tshirts, events and more. Email for any additional details, or to arrange a tour to come see the space. Learn a little more at: www.conartistnyc.com Price: $0 - $299
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A mob of black protestors, led by the “Rev.” Al Sharpton, occupied and closed the Statue of Liberty recently, demanding that New York be renamed Martin Luther King City “to reclaim it for our people.” Hmmm. I hate to agree with the Rev. Al, but maybe a name change is in order. Welfaria?…