Call for Entries! Plein Air Festival!


Call for Entries

Plein Air Festival

Open for Applications: January 1

Deadline: March 1  

The 9th Annual Wayne Plein Air Festival is currently accepting entries.  This year’s juror, Ray Roberts, will select 30 artists to compete in the festival from May 12-16 in Wayne, PA and its historical and pastoral surroundings.  There is $10,000 in prize awards.  The opening reception will be on Saturday, May 16.  Paintings will remain on display and for sale through June 27th.  Applications must be submitted online only between January 1 and March 1, 2015.

For more information call 610-688-3553 or email  

You may also visit the website

“Looking Back” at Fisher Gallery

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Come see the photography works of Kojo Kamau at Fisher Gallery

Located at 27 S. Grove St. Westerville, OH 43081

Kamau was recently awarded as an Elder in the Community for his achievements and contributions in the arts community over the years, and he was recognized as one of the Jurors of Esteem at Ohio Made Festival 2014.

Exhibition Dates January 12 – April 14, 2015

Opening Reception: Thursday, January 29th 4 – 7 pm

Otterbein’s Fisher Gallery offers exhibitions that explore a broad range of approaches to art, introducing the University community to the diversity of the art world. Find out more about Fisher here, or stop in between 9 am and 9 pm daily.

“Trajectory” at Miller Gallery

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Make time to come see Ohio Art League artist and Otterbein alumni, Chaz O’Neil present his show, “Trajectory” at Miller Gallery, Otterbein University

Miller Gallery along with Fisher Gallery are a part of Otterbein University‘s art department where annual exhibitions are hosted to introduce the University to the diversity of art. Graduating art majors exhibit their works here during spring quarters. Many of the exhibitors also host workshops and lectures along with their works.

Located at 33 Collegeview, Westerville, OH 43081.

Exhibition dates: January 12 – February 6.

Opening Reception on Thursday, January 15, 4-7 pm at Miller Gallery

O’Neil creates fictional and altered maps that guide and vary the viewer’s certainty and focus.

Hope to see you there!

Call for Applications! 2015 Arts Scholarship Program!


Call for Applications

2015 Arts Scholarship Program

Anthony Quinn Foundation

Deadline: January 5 

The Anthony Quinn Foundation is accepting applications for its 2015 Scholarship Program, an annual program that aims to perpetuate the legendary actor/artist’s vision for an art-conscious society.

Through the program, the foundation supports high school students’ extracurricular study of the visual arts and design, performing arts, media arts, and literary arts.  Scholarship amounts range from $1000 to $3000.  Scholarships may be used for a recognized pre-college, summer, or after school arts education program, but may not be used for either secondary school or college tuition.

To be eligible, applicants must be young adults in high school who demonstrate exceptional talent, dedication, and a strong commitment to personal artistic growth, and who will benefit from financial support.

For more information visit

Call For Female Artists


Attention Female Artists!

Women’s Works 28th Anniversary National Fine Art Show by the non profit Area Arts Council needs your art.

This exhibition celebrates the creativity of women all over the world.

There will be $1,000 in awards for first, second, and third place along with merit and gallery choice awards.

Deadline for entry is January 18th, 2015.

Enter fee is $30.00

To enter click the following link and register for a free account. This account will also give you access to hundreds of more call for entries in your area.

This exhibition dates: March 12 – April 24, 2015.

At the Historic Old Court House Arts Center, 101 N. Johnson St., Woodstock, IL 60098.

You can view last years show here.


Call for Submissions

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Call for Submissions

Public Art Opportunity

Deadline: January 9 

The Arts Council of Indianapolis seeks to establish a new pool of highly qualified artists and artist teams for a number of open calls and commissioning opportunities for outdoor murals (wall-based artwork) over the next several years.

Artists who qualify will be eligible for selection for mural projects with budgets up to $100,000.  Budgets are inclusive of design, travel, artists’ fees, materials, labor, rentals, insurance coverage, subcontracts, and all other costs associated with the design and production of mural artwork.


Artists working in all media and styles are encouraged to apply.

Artists must be at least 18 years of age and live in the United States

Prior experience with public art commissions is not a requirement; however, applicant artists and artist teams must demonstrate the ability to design and successfully complete large-scale, exterior, wall-based work.

For more information visit:

Questions should be directed to or

Closing Reception: The Dream and The Dreamer


Tomorrow at 218 McDowell St, from 7pm-11pm 

The Vanderelli Room

Please join us for the closing reception for the Dream and the Dreamer…. here is your last opportunity to spend time with all these works together in one gigantic space! Meet and talk with the artists while listening to music from Doctor Umbrella! I look forward to seeing you all here!

We are all dreamers living and expressing a dream. We as artists aspire to reach beyond the tangible, and whether it is the chaos or the beauty which inspires, we have the ability to present to the world how we move through this life. There is a quality in The Dreamer that enables him or her to look beyond the day-to-day and into the dream. Living The Dream is the The Dreamer. There is an unrest within The Dreamer. And in this unrest is where one will discover his or her expressive reaction to The Dream. Eckhart Tolle says, “When we are awake within the dream, the ego created earth drama comes to an end and a more benign and wondrous dream arises”.

We would like to congratulate OAL artists Cyrus Fire, Stephanie Rond, Amy Leibrand, Ralph Corriveau, Cody Heichel, Lisa Mclymont, and Jay Moffett for being apart of this exhibition along with artists: Rob Jones, Angela Jann, Catherine Bell Smith, Becca Lynn, Michael Halliday, Tom Kelly, Michael Bush, Andrew Lundberg, Just Jerry, Ric Stewart, Amandda Tirey, Cyndi Bellerose, Christopher Tennant, W. Ralph Walters, Lou McAfee, Christin Hutchinson and Albert Gray.

Call for Entries! Gallery One!


Gallery One

In Print

Deadline: December 31, 2014  

Accepted entries will be included in a month-long exhibition in May of 2015 in the beautifully restored Gallery One in downtown Ellensburg, Washington.  Open to all printmakers 18 or older working in the US.  There will be opportunities for lectures, workshops, and/or special events.  $1500 in awards will be distributed by the jurors.  A print catalog will be created.  Entry fee is $30 for up to three entries.

For more information call 509-925-2670 or email

You may also visit the website

Call for Applications! Street Painters!


Street Painters

Columbus Arts Festival

Deadline: Saturday February 14, 2015 at 2:59 am. 

The 2015 Columbus Arts Festival will feature exciting works of Street Chalk Painting and is seeking artists to participate on June 12, 13 and 14. A sketch of the work planned to present at the Festival, as well as an image of a prior work of chalk painting will be required with the application. The selection will depend on the images of work submitted.

The work  must be completed by Saturday evening, June 13. The works will be reviewed by a jury on Sunday, June 14, and the winners will be awarded a cash prizes.

For more information and application visit

Call for Applications! Emerging Artist Applications!


Emerging Artist Applications 

Columbus Arts Festival 

Deadline: January 16 

In addition to our artist application, which is open to national and international exhibitors, the Columbus Arts Festival offers a separate application to local artists who are new to exhibiting at art fairs through GCAC’s Emerging Artists program.

The Emerging Artist program is designed specifically for artists who have extremely limited or no experience exhibiting and selling their artwork at arts festivals. Artists who apply in this category must be residents of Franklin, Union, Delaware, Licking, Fairfield, Pickaway, Fayette and Madison counties.

This program has been designed to help promote Central Ohio artists who are new to presenting their work at festivals. In addition to a lower booth fee Emerging Artists also receive assistance from Festival staff on how to best present their work to the public.

Local artists who wish to be considered for the 2014 Columbus Arts Festival’s Emerging Artist program should apply through ZAPPlication™, an online application tool, by submitting four digital images of their work and one image of their booth display. A jury panel, selected by the GCAC staff, conducts a blind jury process, where jurors review the artists’ images and technical statements without any biographical information about the artists. The top scores, allowing for a balanced show across mediums, are invited to participate in the Festival.

For more information visit or download a complete Prospectus