Delaware Center for Contemporary Art Call for Entires - due July 16, 2010

The Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts was created in 1979 by a group of artists who believed that a small industrial city on the East Coast could and should support contemporary art and artists. In addition to its curated solo and group exhibitions, the DCCA remains committed to providing artist members with solo exhibition opportunities in its changing galleries. A non-collecting museum housed in an industrial building that was previously a railroad car factory and sited in the growing Riverfront area in Wilmington, the DCCA functions as a kunsthalle for temporary exhibitions. Hundreds of artist members have shown new bodies of work made specifically for their solo shows at the DCCA as well as site-specific installations.

The proverbial white cube at the DCCA lends itself to the varieties of artistic vision, experimentation, engagement, and impetus from emerging, mid-career, and established artists. Artists working in all media are encouraged to apply for the opportunity to contribute to the DCCA efforts towards a widened, deepened, and strengthened forum for new ideas and new art.

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School 33 Art Center Call for Entries for Solo Shows


Application Deadline Friday, June 18, 2010

School 33 is now accepting solo exhibition applications exclusively from artists who are Members of School 33 Art Center. Each selected exhibit will be approximately 6 to 8 weeks long and featured in the second floor 450 sq ft Members' Gallery at School 33 Art Center. Three to four artists will be selected as part of School 33's 2010-11 exhibition season beginning August 2010.

The Members' Gallery on the second floor of School 33 presents a diverse range of artwork by the Members of School 33. Exhibits and installations rotate frequently for the purpose of allowing access to as many artists as possible. The use of the Gallery as a project space, an incubator, and facilitator of new work is highly encouraged.

To apply for a solo show you must:

• Be a current member of School 33 Art Center. If you would like to join School 33 or renew your membership, please go to to download a membership application or call 410-396-4641 for more information.

• Not have exhibited in a solo show at School 33 in the last two years.

Click here to apply

2010 Axis Alley Art- Call for Entries and Participation

Axis Alley seeks through creative engagement to utilize the backyards of
vacant properties and vacant lots as a canvas for creative works that
transform, activate and revitalize the overlooked, under-attended areas of
Baltimore’s back alleys. In neighborhoods where the vacancy rate of
properties runs high, the alley seems to become the indicator of urban
difficulties… trash, rats, homeless people, prostitution and drugs. These
somewhat forbidding alley’s (dark and unlit at night), while speaking of
endemic problems in the city, possess a certain toxic beauty and provide a
fascinating possibility of urban intervention and creative gesture.

Axis Alley calls for proposals for site -specific temporary works to be
installed in the backyards of vacant properties that are alley-side behind
N.Calvert street in the blocks between 24th st and North avenue and possibly
extending in both North and South directions to re-activate the alley
connecting Station North to the BMA through creative works.

Works in all media and disciplines are encouraged to submit, but all works
should be highly site-specific. Works that utilize solar light as an
illumination device for a night presence are highly encouraged. Consider all
possibilities for activating the back facades, boarded window and doors, full
back yards, vacant lots and possibly the surface of the alley itself.
Projects that involve non-vacant properties such as collaborating with
property owners along the ‘route’, are also welcome. . This event will be
different in duration as many buildings are soon slated for either demolition
or development. Themes around ‘forms of remembrance, forgetting and imagining
the future’ are encouraged. Ephemeral and temporal works are encouraged such
as projections, performances and so forth.

(for more info including site images and addresses go to:

DEADLINE: Friday, March 30, 2010

sarah doherty
professor, interdisciplinary sculpture

maryland institute college of art
1300 mt royal ave
baltimore, md 21217

Call For Entries: Open Space Baltimore "Fresh Prints" deadline March 1

Open Space is looking for contemporary prints and publications from emerging artists in the Baltimore area and beyond.

All submissions should be sent to: by March 1, 2010.

Interested parties should submit a maximum of five images in jpeg format at a resolution of 300 dpi. Please be sure to include titles and dimensions of all works.

Open Space Baltimore is an artist run gallery and performance space in downtown Remington. Fresh Prints is an upcoming exhibition.

Artist Submissions for Howard County Arts Center!

Subject: Explore Howard: Visual Arts: Dealing with space and line in 'Delineations'

Curators + Artists in all media submit exhibitions to Gallery I and Gallery II (Digital Media, Mixed Media, Performing Arts, Experimental Works, Contemporary Art......).

We also have a 99 seat black box theatre available for use.; (410) 313-ARTS

Attn Printmakers: A Great Opportunity!

I think this project sounds exciting and worthwhile. The Hexagon is stepping it up, is steadily working on an official non-profit status, and has a mission to create some excellent opportunities for local artists.

The Hexagon is a community run gallery and performance space in the Station North Arts Distric of Baltimore, Maryland. The focus of the space is to eliminate segregation in the community by providing a forum for collaboration between artists of diverse backgrounds, to mentor local arts organizers, and to provide educational public arts workshops. Our facilities and services are made available to all artists who need a place to exhibit, perform, or create their original artwork, especially those who cannot obtain space to exhibit or perform from traditional sources because of financial or other limitations For more information about the space, please visit


The Hexagon Gallery is pleased to announce Hexchange, a Baltimore-themed portfolio exchange for emerging printmakers. Hexchange will be on exhibit during the month of October, with an opening reception on Saturday, October 10th, in conjunction with Second Saturdays, a new initiative from the Station North Arts & Entertainment District to bring community arts and music awareness to the area. Following the exhibition, Hexchange will become a part of the permanent collections at the Hexagon Gallery and the International Print Museum in Southern California (and possibly more). Hexchange is also receiving promotional support from the Bmore Art Blog, the Contemporary Museum and the Station North Arts & Entertainment District.

There are 50 spots in this portfolio. Hexchange will first open registration to Baltimore/DC printmakers (immediately). Starting on August 3rd, artists from outside the Baltimore/DC region can begin registration. All artists participating in the exchange will receive a portfolio of 50 different prints.

To register for the exchange:
1) send the following information to Hexagon Gallery coordinator Phuong Pham at Name / Email Address / Mailing Address

2) send payment: Checks can be made payable to Phuong Pham, or payment can be sent via Paypal (please inquire for paypal invoice)

The Hexagon
attn: Phuong Pham, Gallery
PO BOX 50015

Fee: $10 for artists in East and Central time zones, $15 for artists in Mountain and Pacific time zones. Artists outside the continental US will be given a payment estimate upon inquiry. This modest payment will cover constructing portfolio mailers, return postage, and exhibition postcards (also to be sent to each artist prior to the show). Your registration will not be complete until we have received your payment.

3) Start printing! Print requirements: -edition of 55 / -11x15 inches / -paper choice and bleed are up to you / -Baltimore-themed / -sign and number prints

***Important*** All editions must be received, with interleaving, (address above) by September 18th, 2009. No extensions, as this will give us just enough time to collate, construct cases, and hang the exhibition. Questions? Contact Phuong at

Calls for Entry - March 09

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School 33 Art Center’s New and Improved
Annual Fundraiser & Exhibition

Fundraiser: April 25, 2009

Exhibition Preview: April 18 – April 25, 2009

Submission Deadline: March 20, 2009

School 33 Art Center, a program of the Baltimore Office of Promotion and The Arts, invites artists to submit artwork for consideration for our annual fundraiser exhibition, LOTTA ART presented by Provident Bank. This annual lottery-style event raises funds for the support and growth of School 33, the renowned Baltimore arts institution that has championed the arts for nearly 30 years through exhibitions, studio space, and arts education.

School 33 is proud to announce several significant changes that have been made to this much anticipated event. These include a juried selection process, the ability to preview the selected artwork on School 33’s NEW website, and an all new venue at the award winning Silo Point complex.

To show our appreciation for your generous contribution of artwork, our selection committee will nominate three artists as “Best in Show”. Each of these three artists will be awarded a solo exhibition at School 33 Art Center during the 2009-10 exhibition season.

Additionally, ALL selected artists for LOTTA ART will receive:
* one free “patron” ticket for the April 25th fundraiser
* the opportunity to purchase an additional discounted “art “ ticket
* one year long membership to School 33
* discounts on exhibition applications and art classes
* the opportunity to apply for Members’ Gallery solo exhibitions

If you have donated to Lotta Art in the past, we ask that you continue your support by doing so once again. If you are donating for the first time, please know that your donation will support our mission and our exhibition space—a space that also supports you. For more information about LOTTA ART please visit

APPLICATION GUIDELINES (please read carefully):
1. Submitted artwork should be no larger than approximately 36”x36”. School 33 suggests that the value of artwork should be between $100-500.
2. Each artist can submit up to five works of art (plus one detail / piece) for consideration. Only one piece per artist will be selected for Lotta Art.
3. Image files should be titled exactly as follows and numbered corresponding to the image description sheet (last_first1.jpg; last_first1detail.jpg, etc.). Each image should be sized at least 72 dpi at approximately 1024 x 768 pixels.
4. Typed image description list including image number, title, materials, dimensions, and date completed. Please be sure to include artist’s name and contact information at the top of the page. Text files should be saved as Microsoft Word documents (last_first.doc)
5. Submissions MUST represent EXACT artwork available to donate for the LOTTA ART fundraiser.
6. All work must be securely framed and/or ready to hang or present.
7. Artists must make all necessary arrangements for the delivery and pick up of their artwork. See details below.
8. Your donation may be tax-deductible. Please consult your tax advisor for your individual circumstances.

Applications can be emailed to Please type LOTTA ART in the subject line for all application materials.

School 33 will also accept images following the same guidelines on a CD and sent to School 33 Art Center before March 20, 2009.

Artists selected for inclusion will be notified by March 30, 2009. All selected artworks should be dropped off at School 33 Art Center NO LATER THAN April 10, 2009. “Best in Show” prizes for solo exhibitions at School 33 Art Center will be announced during the LOTTA ART preview cocktail party April 25, 2009.

If you have questions, please contact Jason Hughes, Exhibitions Coordinator, at or by calling 410.396.4641