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Below you will find listings for all types of artist opportunities. If you would like to have us post an artist opportunity or you know of a great opportunities listing, please email us your information and we will list it below. If you have a question about a call you are interested in submiting to, please email us the call with your comments, the url where you found the call and we will email you our thoughts. Please bookmark this page for future viewings as it does get updated periodically.

 
listings   NYFA Interactive-NY
  http://www.nyfa.org
  This is a great NY source that I have used for years. Great for those who are looking for artist calls in NY and for those who live there.
   
    Artshow Call for Entries-National
  http://www.artshow.com/juriedshows/
  Artist call listing for juried exhibitions and competitions. Build your bio with these national listings. This is a very large free list, but beware and do your homework. You may find that some listings are really about a gallery building its membership base or raising money. Be wise.
   
   California Arts Council Artist Call Listing (for CA Artists)
  www.cac.ca.gov
  Artist call lists for public art and sculpture, digital art, film, performing groups, writers, and students.  Updated periodically.
   
   Arts Council Westcherster-NY
  www.westarts.com
  Smaller free listing, looks like it is updated fairly often.
   
    Marin Arts Council Artist Opportunities (for CA Artists)
  www.marinarts.org/opportunities.htm
  Ongoing artist calls for 2-D, 3-D, online opportunities, performance, video, music, writing, job opportunities, residency, internship, fellowship, docent, grants, studio space, classes.
   
ongoing   WORKS/San Jose (non-profit space)
  http://www.workssanjose.org
  Call for exhibition proposals. Works/San Jose reviews proposals twice a year for exhibitions of three or more artists per show
   
ongoing   Art-O-Mat
  http://www.artomat.org
  Art-o-mats are retired cigarette vending machines that have been converted to vend art. There are 76 active machines in various locations throughout the country. The experience of pulling the knob alone is quite a thrill, but you also walk away with an original work of art. Ker-plunk! What an easy way to become an art collector. There are around 400 contributing artists from 10 different countries currently involved in the Art*o*mat project. We are always searching for fresh work.
   
ongoing   Alameda County Art Commissions (For Alameda County, CA artists only)
  http://acgov.org/arts/html/home.html
  Assorted calls for purchases, commissions and grants for local Alameda County, CA Artists.
   
ongoing   The Drawing Center Viewing Program
  http://www.drawingcenter.org
  The Viewing Program invites emerging artists to submit work to our curatorial staff, who then select artists for a variety of programs designed to stimulate and support the artist's professional development. Artists who participate in this unique program receive advice and exchange ideas with one another during organized sessions at the The Drawing Center, and have their work reviewed by fine arts professionals.
   
ongoing   Binary Katwalk
  http://binarykatwalk.net/
  Binary Katwalk is an on-line exhibition space focusing primarily on work that is highly experimental and would benefit from a non-traditional exhibition space. The site is co-curated by Sindee Nakatani and Jeremy Hight. We are looking for new media work, for cross disciplinary works, for experimental works in particular mediums, and for works that are pushing into new horizons in form and functionality. We are looking for work ranging from hybrid new media narratives to experiments with digital imaging and photography. Each edition will have a new call for work and an invited artist's solo exhibition. We are currently taking submissions for our initial edition. Contact : info@binarykatwalk.net
   
ongoing The City of Oakland, California, call for artists
  http://www.oaklandculturalarts.org/main/callforartists.htm
  Call for Entries and Call for Artists by the Public Art Program and Galleries; Request for Qualifications (RFQ’s) and Request for Proposals (RFP’s); and Grant Opportunities from the Cultural Funding Program
   
ongoing Blue Earth Alliance
  http://www.blueearth.org
  Blue Earth Alliance sponsors photography projects that educate the public about threatened cultures and endangered environments and matters of current social concern.
   
ongoing
Frank Bette Center
  http://www.frankbettecenter.org
  Frank Bette lived and worked in this building from the 1960's until his death in 1999. His handwritten will named no beneficiary. He didn't want one individual to own the building or his particular favorite paintings, or his sculptures and carvings. He did want the building to become "a place where creative people could have meetings, readings, showings and other doings."
 
ongoing
Woman Made Gallery 
 
http://www.womanmade.org
All group exhibitions are curated and juried by different professional women, artists and non-artists. Artists are challenged to translate chosen topics into visual presentations and a short general artist statement is required of the artist and exhibited together with the work. This gives additional information to the viewer who in return is often challenged to investigate and question his or her own belief system based on traditional values.
   
ongoing Jentel Residency Program
  http://www.jentelarts.org
  Jentel Artist Residency Program lies in the Lower Piney Creek Valley, WY, with spectacular views over scoria topped hills to the majestic Big Horn Mountains.
   
ongoing Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas, Artist-In-Residence Program
  http://www.nps.gov/
  The park offers a cabin, rent-free for two to four weeks, to professional artists chosen for the Artist-in-Residence program. In return, the park asks each artist to donate an original artwork.
   
April The Franklin Furnance Fund for Performance Art 2007
(every yr.) http://www.franklinfurnace.org
  Franklin Furnace has no curator; each year a new panel of artists reviews all proposals. We believe that this peer panel system allows all kinds of artists from all over the world an equal shot at presenting their work. All applicants are automatically considered for both categories of awards. Every year the panel changes, as the definitions of "emerging artist," "performance art" and "live art on the Internet" change, so if at first you don't succeed, try again.