Artists in the Marketplace—Bronx Museum
Location: Bronx, NY
The Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) program, now in its 34th year, provides professional development opportunities to emerging artists residing in the New York metropolitan area. The program consists of a 13-week seminar that addresses practical concerns, and cultivates networking opportunities. Every two years, AIM introduces the work of 72 artists to a greater audience via exhibition and catalogue. Every year a panel of five arts professionals selects 36 artists to participate in the AIM program. Click here for more information.
Deadline: September 1
Atlanta Print Biennial
The Atlanta Print Biennial is an international juried exhibition of hand pulled prints and works on paper. The exhibition is organized by Atlanta Printmakers Studio and hosted by Kai Lin Art, a contemporary art gallery located in Atlanta. The show is juried by Art Werger, master of aquatint, color intaglio and mezzotint, and professor in the printmaking program at Ohio University. The exhibition is open to all artists working in hand-pulled printmaking processes. Purchase awards and awards valued over $1,000 will be given. Head here for more information.
Deadline: September 11
Atlanta Photography Group
APG is seeking submissions of all photographic media for “Mary Stanley Selects,” a juried exhibition. Two artists’ works may be selected for the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia for $500 each. Juror Mary Stanley is an independent curator, private art consultant, and arts advocate. The show will be featured in the Festival Guide for Atlanta Celebrates Photography, the month-long, citywide photography festival. The show runs October 23 – November 21. Complete submission guidelines on APG website.
Deadline: September 11
Birmingham Flag Project
Location: Birmingham, AL
The Birmingham Flag Project, in conjunction with Design Week Birmingham, is seeking submissions for a new design for the Birmingham city flag. Solo artists, collaborative teams and students from anywhere in the country are welcome to apply. A panel of judges will jury submissions and select 3-5 top designs. The top designs will be shared with the public for voting on September 24. Voting closes on October 18, and votes can be cast online or at polling stations located across Birmingham. The winning selection will be announced October 24 during Design Week Birmingham’s closing event. Submission guidelines, including entry details, media packet, and educational resources can be found on the Birmingham Flag Project website.
Deadline: September 14
ATHICA’s 2016/17 Exhibition Season
Location: Athens, GA
Artists, curators and other creative makers are invited to submit complete proposals for consideration for ATHICA: Athens Institute for Contemporary Art’s upcoming exhibition season. Complete proposals should include:
• a detailed description of the exhibition
• 5-10 work samples
• a current CV
Anyone can submit a proposal, regardless of level of experience, education or geographic location. Artists should bear in mind the need for a consistent and very strong body of work when submitting, and curators should keep in mind the progressive and contemporary programming characteristic of ATHICA. Artists’ submissions may be retained for several annual cycles until an appropriate project arises. ATHICA is open to all traditional and nontraditional genre and media, including site-specific projects or performance-based pieces. Because of limited staff, not all entries will receive a response. Submit questions via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Head here for more information.
Deadline: September 15