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The 8th Annual Woodstock Regional Exhibition

Posted on 2/22/2016

Call for Entries
The 8th Annual Woodstock Regional Exhibition
Juried by Jason Rosenfeld, 
Distinguished Chair and Professor of Art History at Marymount Manhattan College
Open to artists in Connecticut, Vermont, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania who can hand deliver and pick-up selected works.
Cash Prizes
Deadline: March 6, midnight
Online applications only

For complete information including important guidelines and online application go to:

www.woodstockart.org

Call for Art: Intimate Spaces

Posted on 2/19/2016

Call for Art: Intimate Spaces

Submission Deadline Friday, April 1, 2016

The Alabama Women's Caucus for Art (ALWCA) is hosting a juried exhibition Intimate Spaces. We invite all artists from Alabama to submit small-scale works reflecting upon artistic and poetic imagination and how this relates to space, memory, and intimacy. Please consider entering your work and sharing our prospectus available through our website: http://alwca.weebly.com/exhibitions.html

This exhibition is open to all residents of Alabama 18 years of age and over, as well as, all members of Alabama Women’s Caucus for Art.

Call for Papers: 1970s Feminist Curatorial Activism

Posted on 2/17/2016

Call for Papers:

1970s Feminist Curatorial Activism

Southeast College Art Conference, Roanoke, VA, October 2016
Keynote Speaker: Lynn Hershman Leeson

Scholarship on contemporary curating and curatorial history overlooks the vast impact of feminist activism and curating (though it was then not named as such). This sessions seeks to recognize feminist galleries, art collectives, temporary exhibitions, exhibitions in non-traditional spaces and feminist artists using curatorial methods that challenged patriarchal traditions in the art sphere in the 1970s which created as-yet overlooked implications for contemporary curating. This session aims to contribute to this more recent (1990s) growing area of art historical scholarship in curating, as feminist contributions must be part of this discourse but have yet to be fully integrated in such written contexts and exhibitions. Session Chair: Sally Deskins, West Virginia University/Independent Scholar. Contact: sbdeskins@mix.wvu.edu

Deadline: April 20, 2016

Details: https://secac.memberclicks.net/conference

LIVING IN THE SHADOWS: UNDERGROUND IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES

Posted on 2/6/2016

Call for Artists LIVING IN THE SHADOWS: UNDERGROUND IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES
Submission Deadline: Friday, April 8, 2016
The Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities (CWAH) invites all self-identified women artists to submit artwork for possible inclusion in Living in the Shadows: Underground Immigrant Communities, a group exhibition that will be on view from January - April 2017 in the Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series Galleries-Douglass Library, Rutgers University (8 Chapel Drive, New Brunswick, NJ 08901).

For complete information on the call:

Email: womenart@rci.rutgers.edu subject line: [your last name]Open Call 2016

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