Calls for Exhibits around Texas & Neighboring States

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Calls listed on CallforEntry.com (CaFE) and AnyArist.org.

Botanical

Call Type: Competitions
Eligibility: National
State: Texas
Fee: $35.00 (Down & Dirty)
Entry Deadline: 6/17/21
Enter through CaFE: https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=8805

CALL FOR ENTRIES TAGat120ART invites artists to submit work for the 2021 BOTANICAL competition
SHOW LOCATION – 120ART at 120 W. 2nd Street, Taylor, Texas 76574 and online.
CALL DESCRIPTION – BOTANICAL is a national juried exhibition. The theme asks artists to a have a deep dig into the intrepid underbelly of botanical life. ELIGIBILITY – All artists 18 years or older, working in the mediums of painting, drawing, photography and mixed media may submit up to 3 pieces for jury selection DATES AND ENTRY DETAILS –  Submit images of your work no later than midnight, June 17, 2021. Successful entries will be announced by June 22, 2021. Work must be delivered to TAGat120ART, 120 W. 2nd Street, Taylor, TX 76574, no later than July 6, 2021. 

Show opens 4pm, July 10, 2021. Show closes Saturday August 28, 2021. 
FEES AND PRIZES – Artists may enter up to 3 pieces for $35.00 in the categories of 2D and photography -1st prize – $500, 2nd prize – $250, and 3rd prize –  a Jerry’s Artarama Gift certificate.


Texas Photographic Society 34th Annual Members’ Only Show

Call Type: Photography
Eligibility: International
State: Texas
Fee: $30.00 (Current TPS Member Entry Fee)
Entry Deadline: 7/5/21
Enter through CaFE: https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=9003

Texas Photographic Society is delighted to announce our 34th Annual Members’ Only Show, which will be juried by esteemed photographers Jill Skupin Burkholder and Dan Burkholder, and exhibited at Amarillo Museum of Art in Amarillo, Texas. This call is open themed and welcomes submissions from artists of all levels internationally. Please also read the Jurors’ Statement below. You must be a current TPS member to enter and may join at the time of entry.



Cimarron National Works on Paper Exhibition

Call Type: Exhibitions
Eligibility: National
State: Oklahoma
Fee: $30.00 (Cimarron National Works on Paper Exhibition)
Entry Deadline: 7/1/21
Enter through CaFE: https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=9000

The Oklahoma State University Department of Art, Graphic Design and Art History seeks entries for its 2021 Cimarron National Works on Paper exhibit. Artists living in the U.S. are invited to submit work made with or on paper, produced within the last three years. Examples include prints, drawings, photography and mixed-media work.
This year, the Cimarron National returns with an expanded vision for contemporary works on paper. Serving as juror for 2021 is Larissa Goldston, Director and co-owner of Universal Limited Art Editions (ULAE), New York. The exhibition will be held in the Gardiner Gallery of Art on the Oklahoma State University-Stillwater campus August 16 to September 17, 2021
The Cimarron National Works on Paper will award a purchase prize of up to $2,000. Purchased work will be added to the permanent collection of the Department of Art, housed in the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art.


Iridescence: Juried Competition

Call Type: Competitions
Eligibility: International
State: Louisiana
Fee: $35.00 (Iridescence Juried Exhibition)
Entry Deadline: 6/25/21
Enter through CaFE https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=8826

Iridescence, the phenomenon of color shifting as the angle of view or illumination changes, is a captivating sensation. In the natural world, iridescence is found in soap bubbles, bird feathers, butterfly wings, gemstones, seashells, and fish and snake scales.

The Louisiana Art & Science Museum is accepting submissions from artists of all styles and mediums for Iridescence: Juried Competition, a competition spotlighting the use of iridescent materials, principles, and techniques in the creation of fine art. Winning submissions will be featured in an online exhibition and a select number of works will be included in an in-person exhibition at the Louisiana Art & Science Museum.

Juror Bradley Sumrall is Curator of the Collection for the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, where he is involved in building, researching, and interpreting the nation’s most comprehensive collection of art of the American South.


AMoA Biennial-600: Justice-Equality-Race-Identity

Call Type: Exhibitions
Eligibility: Regional
State: Texas
Fee: $30.00 (Amarillo Museum of Art)
Entry Deadline: 8/1/21
Apply through CaFE https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=8597

AMoA BIENNIAL-600: Justice-Equality-Race-Identity will be an exhibition of artworks selected by a juror from works submitted by artists residing within a 600-mile radius of Amarillo, Texas.  The exhibition will be on view from October 22, 2021—January 2, 2022.

AMoA BIENNIAL-600: Justice-Equality-Race-Identity is the ninth in an ongoing series of juried biennial exhibitions exploring specific areas of artistic practice, material, and content.  The previous exhibition focuses include Drawing (’05), Clay (‘07), Glass (‘09), Figurative Painting (‘11), Printmaking (‘13), Sculpture (’15), and Architecture (’17), Textile/Fiber (’19).  This year, the AMoA staff and Board of Trustees are excited to offer the museum’s exhibition spaces to artists with a socially engaged practice. 


7th Biennial Salmon Sculpture Competition in Memory of Pam Salmon

Call Type: Competitions
Eligibility: International
State: Texas
Fee: $20.00 (San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts)
Entry Deadline: 8/13/21
Apply through CaFE: https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=9022
The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts (SAMFA) seeks submissions for the 7th Biennial Salmon Sculpture Competition in Memory of Pam Salmon, a juried exhibition of outdoor sculpture. Open to all media suitable for long-term outdoor exposure. Up to 12 large scale works will be chosen for installation at the Sunken Garden Park (South Abe Street between the Concho River and Avenue D), City of San Angelo. JUROR– Emily Wilkinson, Director for Public Art, Texas Tech University System. Cash Awards – First Prize: $2,000; 2nd Prize: $1,500; 3rd Prize: $1,000


Visions of Nature: Contemporary Views in Alternative Photographic Techniques

Call Type: Photography
Eligibility: International
State: New Mexico
Fee: $40.00 (Visions of Nature $40 for up to 5 images)
Entry Deadline: 7/7/21
Apply through CaFE: https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=8938
Event Dates: 8/7/21 – 10/2/21

In this time of isolation and uncertainty, nature became a refuge for many, a new experience for some and a muse for others.  This exhibition welcomes work utilizing alternative photographic techniques referencing nature. Nature is defined loosely. Any aspect of the natural world can be referenced: plant, animal (including humans), the imaginary etc.  Artists are asked to consider how their relationship with the natural world has been altered in recent years. Have external constraints shifted your images and your choice of processes?  

Digital photographic images can be used in combination with other processes, but straight digital prints will not be accepted.  3D and experimental work is encouraged.  Light Art Space invites LBGTQ, Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and self-identifying artists of color – historically under-represented artists working in the visual arts – to submit.


Cimarron National Works on Paper Exhibition, Stillwater, OK
Eligibility: Country: United States
Deadline: 7/1/21



The Fall of Civilization: A National Juried Exhibition, Lubbock, TX
Eligibility: Country: United States
Deadline: 7/5/21

Call Type: Exhibitions
Eligibility: National
State: Texas
Fee: $20.00 (Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts)
Entry Deadline: 7/5/21
Apply through CaFE https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=8465

Virtually all civilizations have suffered the fate of falling, regardless of size or complexity. Some revive and transform, while others never recover. LHUCA is seeking work that represents modern, historical, or future collapses in civilizations.

Virtually all civilizations have suffered the fate of falling, regardless of size or complexity. Some revive and transform, while others never recover. LHUCA is seeking work that represents modern, historical, or future collapses in civilizations.



AASH Vol5 (Arcadia Art Show)

Call Type: Exhibitions
Eligibility: International
State: Texas
Fee: $30.00 (Arcadia Art SHow)
Entry Deadline: 8/25/21
Apply through CaFE: https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=8951
AASH stands for Arcadia Art SHow – an international juried art show hosted in the Arcadia Theater in historic dowtown Tyler, Tx, which is currently the headquarters of Martin Walker Law firm. This is a 5th edition of the event and is juried by Libby Tilley. She is a gallery founder, Fort Worth resident, a Sotheby’s graduate and an avid collector, who has cultivated a discerning eye while working with such art institutions as The Contemporary Austin, The Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, TX, Blue Star Contemporary Art Center in San Antonio, TX, and Artpace San Antonio.

Chash prises: $500 Best in Show; $300 Runner Up: $300 People’s Choice; $200 Most creative work.