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1. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Eye of the Beholder - Annapolis, MD
$1,000 in awards. Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Enclosure
3. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Watercolor Ohio 2019 - Mansfield, OH
Up to $5,000 in cash and merchandise. Deadline: Apr 29, 2019
Enclosure
4. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Artist Studios Program at MAD - New York, NY
$15,000 stipend and studio space. Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Enclosure
5. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Metro Montage XIX - Marietta, GA
$1,500 in awards. Deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Enclosure
7. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: NJ Emerging Artists Series 2019-2020 - Lincroft, NJ
Solo exhibitions for 6 artists. Deadline: Apr 16, 2019
Enclosure
11. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: CHAW's 50 States Project
Date: 14 March 2019, 5:00 am
Tomorrow will be the official launch of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop's groundbreaking, artist-led mobile artist residency program, The 50 States Project.

Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art. This national project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program. 
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is excited to announce the launch of The 50 States Project, a groundbreaking mobile artist residency. Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art.  This national, artist-led project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program, striving to raise critical consciousness, build community, and motivate students to promote social change through artistic means. For more information, please visit www.the50statesproject.com
Near Toyota Dealership by Kate Fleming
“Meaningful conversation is largely absent amid the intense division and discord found across the American landscape today,” says Amy Moore, CHAW’s Executive Director. “CHAW believes artists are uniquely situated to contribute by capturing and interpreting the ideals of our nation. Alongside the residency, CHAW’s new youth Social Justice program will allow students to explore how art has been used as a means to record history, shape culture, cultivate imagination, and harness individual and social transformation.”

As they travel to all 50 states, artists Kate and Tom will conduct their own individual research, producing works of visual art engaging with a particular theme or research question of their choosing. The artists will anchor their trip with stops at arts organizations across the country, engaging with at least one formal arts community in each state. Upon returning to DC in the fall of 2020, the artists will present their research through an exhibition, public programs, and an exhibit catalogue which will be shared with the communities they will have visited.

“By physically immersing ourselves in other American cultures during both an election year and a census year, we will learn and share the stories of our fellow Americans,” says artist Kate Fleming. “The artworks we create along the way will act as a vehicle through which others can experience and develop empathy for these people and places.”

About the artists:

Kate Fleming is a painter, printmaker, muralist, and installation artist based in her hometown of Arlington, Virginia. She has shown her work throughout the DC area and across the U.S. at galleries and mural festivals including POW! WOW! DC; Site:Brooklyn in New York; and Flatbed Press in Austin. Kate was artist-in-residence at CHAW in the Spring of 2018 and she has also completed residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia and Penland School of Craft in Bakersville, NC. Additionally, Kate has worked as a set designer with CHAW’s resident theater company, Taffety Punk, whom she met during her residency at CHAW. Kate conducted an artistic survey of biodiversity in North Carolina in 2017 with fellow artist Kristen Orr, painting her way across the state on an intensive seven-day road trip.

Tom Woodruff is a photojournalism graduate student at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, with an expected completion date of May 2019. He has undertaken multiple long-term photographic studies of place, including photo essays on tourism and the National Mall, gentrification of DC’s Massachusetts Avenue, and perseverance of community in the small coal mining town of Hemlock, Ohio. Tom works to develop trust with the communities he photographs through his working philosophy of empathy, rather than of exploitation. In 2019, Tom was a finalist for the Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling. Kate and Tom spent six months traveling around Australia in 2016, living and traveling in a camper van for two months of the trip. In 2017, the pair presented their Australian artworks in a two-person collaborative exhibition at Falls Church Arts in Falls Church, Virginia.
Enclosure
12. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: 30th National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition at Gormley Gallery
Date: 8 March 2019, 3:30 am
On view March 18 through April 26, 2019
Juror: Ginevra Shay, former Artistic Director of The Contemporary

Featuring work by Mark Bischel, Jessica Burke, Suzanne Michele Chouteau, Michael DeLuca, Anne Finucane, Robin Gibson, M. Alexander Gray, Ming Hong, Jennifer Hoskins, Elena Johnston, Andrew Kozlowski, Camila Linaweaver, Sascha Mallon, Kathy McGhee, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Eva Redamonti, William Dean Reynolds, Carmen Schaefer, Charlotte Schulz, Rhonda Smith, Ellen Verdon Winkler, and Lauren Yandell

Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, March 23, 2019
4:00 to 6:00pm
Remarks by juror Ginevra Shay

Gormley Gallery is located on the second floor of Fourier Hall
on the campus of Notre Dame of Maryland University
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enclosure
13. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Call for Proposals
Date: 4 March 2019, 3:30 am
Howard County, Maryland desires to secure the professional services of qualified artists for the purpose of commissioning up to three artworks to be installed at its new Circuit Courthouse, which is currently being designed by Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners (ESJP). Permanent public interior and exterior Artwork pieces are planned. 

The Howard County Arts Council will serve as one of the art advisors for the selection process. Selected artists will contract directly with the County and work with the public art project team to oversee all aspects of the artwork from design through project implementation, fabrication and installation. 

Eligibility: 
All professional artists in the United States may apply. Additionally, to be considered for this commission the artist must meet at least three of the following four criteria: 1) has completed public art commissions; 2) has received awards, grants or fellowships; 3) has had work exhibited in museums or galleries; and 4) has demonstrated artistic merit, excellence and innovation through past work.

Budget Details:
County funding for this artworks project will not exceed $460,000. 

Submission Procedures:
Interested artists may view the complete Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) and apply online at submittable.com/">hocoarts.submittable.com. Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm EST on March 29, 2019. 
Enclosure
14. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: The Bethesda Painting Awards
Date: 22 February 2019, 4:55 pm
There is just one week left to apply! awards" target="_blank">The Bethesda Painting Awards is downtown Bethesda's annual juried art competition that exclusively honors painters from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. $14,000 in prize monies are awarded to the top four painters annually. They'd love for YOU to apply for your chance to showcase your work in June 2019.

THE JUDGES:
The competition will be juried by:

Kyle Hackett, Professor of Studio Art, American University, and the 2014 Bethesda Painting Awards Winner;

Sue Johnson, Professor of Art, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and

Susan Zurbrigg, Painting and Drawing Area Head, Professor of Art, James Madison University.
TO APPLY:
Submit application, $25 entry fee and 5 images of your paintings. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D painting including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted.

The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the June 2019 Gallery B exhibition.

Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019

Enclosure
15. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition
Date: 15 February 2019, 3:30 am
DeadlineApril 02, 2019

Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition wants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of Artists Magazine, this competition is for you! 

$24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine

There is an entry fee. 

Details: Here

Prizes
CASH & PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: $2,500 each
  • 5 Second Place Awards: $1,250 each
  • 5 Third Place Awards: $750 each
  • 15 Honorable Mentions: $100 each
  • Winners’ names and work will be featured in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Artists Magazine
STUDENT PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)+ two free on-demand art courses
  • 5 Second Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value) + one free on-demand art course
  • 5 Third Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)
  • Award winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2019 issue of Artists Magazine
Enclosure
16. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Virginia Commission for the Arts Accepting Grant Applications for FY20
Date: 14 February 2019, 4:00 am
The Virginia Commission for the Arts is now accepting applications for arts activities and projects that occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.  

For more information:


The Virginia Commission for the Arts supports the arts through funding from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Commission distributes grant awards to Virginia artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments and provides technical assistance in arts management.
 
For additional information, contact the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Main Street Centre, 600 East Main Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, (804) 225-3132. www.arts.virginia.gov
Enclosure
17. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Wanna go to an opening tomorrow?
Date: 9 February 2019, 10:49 am
In Search of Myself by Sonia Suter
In gorgeous Annapolis there is reception for a juried photography exhibit,entry/sales/salesgallery.php?exhibit=140" target="_blank"> “Focal Point” on Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 3-5 pm at the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Juror: Jay Gould, Maryland Institute College of Art. 

One of Sonia Suter's conceptual photography images, “In Search of Myself,” will be in the show.  Here's a link to all of the images selected for the exhibition: CLICK HERE          

Sonia tells me that Brooke Shaden, the photographer who inspired her interest in conceptual photography, is also showing work in the exhibit.

The show dates are from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23, 2019. 
Enclosure
18. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Eye of the Beholder - Annapolis, MD
$1,000 in awards. Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Enclosure
20. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Watercolor Ohio 2019 - Mansfield, OH
Up to $5,000 in cash and merchandise. Deadline: Apr 29, 2019
Enclosure
21. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Artist Studios Program at MAD - New York, NY
$15,000 stipend and studio space. Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Enclosure
22. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Metro Montage XIX - Marietta, GA
$1,500 in awards. Deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Enclosure
24. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: NJ Emerging Artists Series 2019-2020 - Lincroft, NJ
Solo exhibitions for 6 artists. Deadline: Apr 16, 2019
Enclosure
28. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: CHAW's 50 States Project
Date: 14 March 2019, 5:00 am
Tomorrow will be the official launch of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop's groundbreaking, artist-led mobile artist residency program, The 50 States Project.

Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art. This national project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program. 
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is excited to announce the launch of The 50 States Project, a groundbreaking mobile artist residency. Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art.  This national, artist-led project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program, striving to raise critical consciousness, build community, and motivate students to promote social change through artistic means. For more information, please visit www.the50statesproject.com
Near Toyota Dealership by Kate Fleming
“Meaningful conversation is largely absent amid the intense division and discord found across the American landscape today,” says Amy Moore, CHAW’s Executive Director. “CHAW believes artists are uniquely situated to contribute by capturing and interpreting the ideals of our nation. Alongside the residency, CHAW’s new youth Social Justice program will allow students to explore how art has been used as a means to record history, shape culture, cultivate imagination, and harness individual and social transformation.”

As they travel to all 50 states, artists Kate and Tom will conduct their own individual research, producing works of visual art engaging with a particular theme or research question of their choosing. The artists will anchor their trip with stops at arts organizations across the country, engaging with at least one formal arts community in each state. Upon returning to DC in the fall of 2020, the artists will present their research through an exhibition, public programs, and an exhibit catalogue which will be shared with the communities they will have visited.

“By physically immersing ourselves in other American cultures during both an election year and a census year, we will learn and share the stories of our fellow Americans,” says artist Kate Fleming. “The artworks we create along the way will act as a vehicle through which others can experience and develop empathy for these people and places.”

About the artists:

Kate Fleming is a painter, printmaker, muralist, and installation artist based in her hometown of Arlington, Virginia. She has shown her work throughout the DC area and across the U.S. at galleries and mural festivals including POW! WOW! DC; Site:Brooklyn in New York; and Flatbed Press in Austin. Kate was artist-in-residence at CHAW in the Spring of 2018 and she has also completed residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia and Penland School of Craft in Bakersville, NC. Additionally, Kate has worked as a set designer with CHAW’s resident theater company, Taffety Punk, whom she met during her residency at CHAW. Kate conducted an artistic survey of biodiversity in North Carolina in 2017 with fellow artist Kristen Orr, painting her way across the state on an intensive seven-day road trip.

Tom Woodruff is a photojournalism graduate student at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, with an expected completion date of May 2019. He has undertaken multiple long-term photographic studies of place, including photo essays on tourism and the National Mall, gentrification of DC’s Massachusetts Avenue, and perseverance of community in the small coal mining town of Hemlock, Ohio. Tom works to develop trust with the communities he photographs through his working philosophy of empathy, rather than of exploitation. In 2019, Tom was a finalist for the Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling. Kate and Tom spent six months traveling around Australia in 2016, living and traveling in a camper van for two months of the trip. In 2017, the pair presented their Australian artworks in a two-person collaborative exhibition at Falls Church Arts in Falls Church, Virginia.
Enclosure
29. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: 30th National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition at Gormley Gallery
Date: 8 March 2019, 3:30 am
On view March 18 through April 26, 2019
Juror: Ginevra Shay, former Artistic Director of The Contemporary

Featuring work by Mark Bischel, Jessica Burke, Suzanne Michele Chouteau, Michael DeLuca, Anne Finucane, Robin Gibson, M. Alexander Gray, Ming Hong, Jennifer Hoskins, Elena Johnston, Andrew Kozlowski, Camila Linaweaver, Sascha Mallon, Kathy McGhee, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Eva Redamonti, William Dean Reynolds, Carmen Schaefer, Charlotte Schulz, Rhonda Smith, Ellen Verdon Winkler, and Lauren Yandell

Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, March 23, 2019
4:00 to 6:00pm
Remarks by juror Ginevra Shay

Gormley Gallery is located on the second floor of Fourier Hall
on the campus of Notre Dame of Maryland University
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enclosure
30. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Call for Proposals
Date: 4 March 2019, 3:30 am
Howard County, Maryland desires to secure the professional services of qualified artists for the purpose of commissioning up to three artworks to be installed at its new Circuit Courthouse, which is currently being designed by Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners (ESJP). Permanent public interior and exterior Artwork pieces are planned. 

The Howard County Arts Council will serve as one of the art advisors for the selection process. Selected artists will contract directly with the County and work with the public art project team to oversee all aspects of the artwork from design through project implementation, fabrication and installation. 

Eligibility: 
All professional artists in the United States may apply. Additionally, to be considered for this commission the artist must meet at least three of the following four criteria: 1) has completed public art commissions; 2) has received awards, grants or fellowships; 3) has had work exhibited in museums or galleries; and 4) has demonstrated artistic merit, excellence and innovation through past work.

Budget Details:
County funding for this artworks project will not exceed $460,000. 

Submission Procedures:
Interested artists may view the complete Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) and apply online at submittable.com/">hocoarts.submittable.com. Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm EST on March 29, 2019. 
Enclosure
31. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: The Bethesda Painting Awards
Date: 22 February 2019, 4:55 pm
There is just one week left to apply! awards" target="_blank">The Bethesda Painting Awards is downtown Bethesda's annual juried art competition that exclusively honors painters from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. $14,000 in prize monies are awarded to the top four painters annually. They'd love for YOU to apply for your chance to showcase your work in June 2019.

THE JUDGES:
The competition will be juried by:

Kyle Hackett, Professor of Studio Art, American University, and the 2014 Bethesda Painting Awards Winner;

Sue Johnson, Professor of Art, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and

Susan Zurbrigg, Painting and Drawing Area Head, Professor of Art, James Madison University.
TO APPLY:
Submit application, $25 entry fee and 5 images of your paintings. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D painting including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted.

The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the June 2019 Gallery B exhibition.

Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019

Enclosure
32. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition
Date: 15 February 2019, 3:30 am
DeadlineApril 02, 2019

Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition wants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of Artists Magazine, this competition is for you! 

$24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine

There is an entry fee. 

Details: Here

Prizes
CASH & PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: $2,500 each
  • 5 Second Place Awards: $1,250 each
  • 5 Third Place Awards: $750 each
  • 15 Honorable Mentions: $100 each
  • Winners’ names and work will be featured in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Artists Magazine
STUDENT PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)+ two free on-demand art courses
  • 5 Second Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value) + one free on-demand art course
  • 5 Third Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)
  • Award winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2019 issue of Artists Magazine
Enclosure
33. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Virginia Commission for the Arts Accepting Grant Applications for FY20
Date: 14 February 2019, 4:00 am
The Virginia Commission for the Arts is now accepting applications for arts activities and projects that occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.  

For more information:


The Virginia Commission for the Arts supports the arts through funding from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Commission distributes grant awards to Virginia artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments and provides technical assistance in arts management.
 
For additional information, contact the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Main Street Centre, 600 East Main Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, (804) 225-3132. www.arts.virginia.gov
Enclosure
34. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Wanna go to an opening tomorrow?
Date: 9 February 2019, 10:49 am
In Search of Myself by Sonia Suter
In gorgeous Annapolis there is reception for a juried photography exhibit,entry/sales/salesgallery.php?exhibit=140" target="_blank"> “Focal Point” on Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 3-5 pm at the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Juror: Jay Gould, Maryland Institute College of Art. 

One of Sonia Suter's conceptual photography images, “In Search of Myself,” will be in the show.  Here's a link to all of the images selected for the exhibition: CLICK HERE          

Sonia tells me that Brooke Shaden, the photographer who inspired her interest in conceptual photography, is also showing work in the exhibit.

The show dates are from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23, 2019. 
Enclosure
35. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Eye of the Beholder - Annapolis, MD
$1,000 in awards. Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Enclosure
37. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Watercolor Ohio 2019 - Mansfield, OH
Up to $5,000 in cash and merchandise. Deadline: Apr 29, 2019
Enclosure
38. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Artist Studios Program at MAD - New York, NY
$15,000 stipend and studio space. Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Enclosure
39. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Metro Montage XIX - Marietta, GA
$1,500 in awards. Deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Enclosure
41. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: NJ Emerging Artists Series 2019-2020 - Lincroft, NJ
Solo exhibitions for 6 artists. Deadline: Apr 16, 2019
Enclosure
45. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: CHAW's 50 States Project
Date: 14 March 2019, 5:00 am
Tomorrow will be the official launch of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop's groundbreaking, artist-led mobile artist residency program, The 50 States Project.

Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art. This national project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program. 
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is excited to announce the launch of The 50 States Project, a groundbreaking mobile artist residency. Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art.  This national, artist-led project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program, striving to raise critical consciousness, build community, and motivate students to promote social change through artistic means. For more information, please visit www.the50statesproject.com
Near Toyota Dealership by Kate Fleming
“Meaningful conversation is largely absent amid the intense division and discord found across the American landscape today,” says Amy Moore, CHAW’s Executive Director. “CHAW believes artists are uniquely situated to contribute by capturing and interpreting the ideals of our nation. Alongside the residency, CHAW’s new youth Social Justice program will allow students to explore how art has been used as a means to record history, shape culture, cultivate imagination, and harness individual and social transformation.”

As they travel to all 50 states, artists Kate and Tom will conduct their own individual research, producing works of visual art engaging with a particular theme or research question of their choosing. The artists will anchor their trip with stops at arts organizations across the country, engaging with at least one formal arts community in each state. Upon returning to DC in the fall of 2020, the artists will present their research through an exhibition, public programs, and an exhibit catalogue which will be shared with the communities they will have visited.

“By physically immersing ourselves in other American cultures during both an election year and a census year, we will learn and share the stories of our fellow Americans,” says artist Kate Fleming. “The artworks we create along the way will act as a vehicle through which others can experience and develop empathy for these people and places.”

About the artists:

Kate Fleming is a painter, printmaker, muralist, and installation artist based in her hometown of Arlington, Virginia. She has shown her work throughout the DC area and across the U.S. at galleries and mural festivals including POW! WOW! DC; Site:Brooklyn in New York; and Flatbed Press in Austin. Kate was artist-in-residence at CHAW in the Spring of 2018 and she has also completed residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia and Penland School of Craft in Bakersville, NC. Additionally, Kate has worked as a set designer with CHAW’s resident theater company, Taffety Punk, whom she met during her residency at CHAW. Kate conducted an artistic survey of biodiversity in North Carolina in 2017 with fellow artist Kristen Orr, painting her way across the state on an intensive seven-day road trip.

Tom Woodruff is a photojournalism graduate student at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, with an expected completion date of May 2019. He has undertaken multiple long-term photographic studies of place, including photo essays on tourism and the National Mall, gentrification of DC’s Massachusetts Avenue, and perseverance of community in the small coal mining town of Hemlock, Ohio. Tom works to develop trust with the communities he photographs through his working philosophy of empathy, rather than of exploitation. In 2019, Tom was a finalist for the Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling. Kate and Tom spent six months traveling around Australia in 2016, living and traveling in a camper van for two months of the trip. In 2017, the pair presented their Australian artworks in a two-person collaborative exhibition at Falls Church Arts in Falls Church, Virginia.
Enclosure
46. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: 30th National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition at Gormley Gallery
Date: 8 March 2019, 3:30 am
On view March 18 through April 26, 2019
Juror: Ginevra Shay, former Artistic Director of The Contemporary

Featuring work by Mark Bischel, Jessica Burke, Suzanne Michele Chouteau, Michael DeLuca, Anne Finucane, Robin Gibson, M. Alexander Gray, Ming Hong, Jennifer Hoskins, Elena Johnston, Andrew Kozlowski, Camila Linaweaver, Sascha Mallon, Kathy McGhee, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Eva Redamonti, William Dean Reynolds, Carmen Schaefer, Charlotte Schulz, Rhonda Smith, Ellen Verdon Winkler, and Lauren Yandell

Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, March 23, 2019
4:00 to 6:00pm
Remarks by juror Ginevra Shay

Gormley Gallery is located on the second floor of Fourier Hall
on the campus of Notre Dame of Maryland University
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enclosure
47. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Call for Proposals
Date: 4 March 2019, 3:30 am
Howard County, Maryland desires to secure the professional services of qualified artists for the purpose of commissioning up to three artworks to be installed at its new Circuit Courthouse, which is currently being designed by Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners (ESJP). Permanent public interior and exterior Artwork pieces are planned. 

The Howard County Arts Council will serve as one of the art advisors for the selection process. Selected artists will contract directly with the County and work with the public art project team to oversee all aspects of the artwork from design through project implementation, fabrication and installation. 

Eligibility: 
All professional artists in the United States may apply. Additionally, to be considered for this commission the artist must meet at least three of the following four criteria: 1) has completed public art commissions; 2) has received awards, grants or fellowships; 3) has had work exhibited in museums or galleries; and 4) has demonstrated artistic merit, excellence and innovation through past work.

Budget Details:
County funding for this artworks project will not exceed $460,000. 

Submission Procedures:
Interested artists may view the complete Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) and apply online at submittable.com/">hocoarts.submittable.com. Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm EST on March 29, 2019. 
Enclosure
48. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: The Bethesda Painting Awards
Date: 22 February 2019, 4:55 pm
There is just one week left to apply! awards" target="_blank">The Bethesda Painting Awards is downtown Bethesda's annual juried art competition that exclusively honors painters from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. $14,000 in prize monies are awarded to the top four painters annually. They'd love for YOU to apply for your chance to showcase your work in June 2019.

THE JUDGES:
The competition will be juried by:

Kyle Hackett, Professor of Studio Art, American University, and the 2014 Bethesda Painting Awards Winner;

Sue Johnson, Professor of Art, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and

Susan Zurbrigg, Painting and Drawing Area Head, Professor of Art, James Madison University.
TO APPLY:
Submit application, $25 entry fee and 5 images of your paintings. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D painting including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted.

The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the June 2019 Gallery B exhibition.

Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019

Enclosure
49. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition
Date: 15 February 2019, 3:30 am
DeadlineApril 02, 2019

Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition wants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of Artists Magazine, this competition is for you! 

$24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine

There is an entry fee. 

Details: Here

Prizes
CASH & PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: $2,500 each
  • 5 Second Place Awards: $1,250 each
  • 5 Third Place Awards: $750 each
  • 15 Honorable Mentions: $100 each
  • Winners’ names and work will be featured in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Artists Magazine
STUDENT PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)+ two free on-demand art courses
  • 5 Second Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value) + one free on-demand art course
  • 5 Third Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)
  • Award winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2019 issue of Artists Magazine
Enclosure
50. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Virginia Commission for the Arts Accepting Grant Applications for FY20
Date: 14 February 2019, 4:00 am
The Virginia Commission for the Arts is now accepting applications for arts activities and projects that occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.  

For more information:


The Virginia Commission for the Arts supports the arts through funding from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Commission distributes grant awards to Virginia artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments and provides technical assistance in arts management.
 
For additional information, contact the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Main Street Centre, 600 East Main Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, (804) 225-3132. www.arts.virginia.gov
Enclosure
51. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Wanna go to an opening tomorrow?
Date: 9 February 2019, 10:49 am
In Search of Myself by Sonia Suter
In gorgeous Annapolis there is reception for a juried photography exhibit,entry/sales/salesgallery.php?exhibit=140" target="_blank"> “Focal Point” on Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 3-5 pm at the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Juror: Jay Gould, Maryland Institute College of Art. 

One of Sonia Suter's conceptual photography images, “In Search of Myself,” will be in the show.  Here's a link to all of the images selected for the exhibition: CLICK HERE          

Sonia tells me that Brooke Shaden, the photographer who inspired her interest in conceptual photography, is also showing work in the exhibit.

The show dates are from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23, 2019. 
Enclosure
52. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Eye of the Beholder - Annapolis, MD
$1,000 in awards. Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Enclosure
54. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Watercolor Ohio 2019 - Mansfield, OH
Up to $5,000 in cash and merchandise. Deadline: Apr 29, 2019
Enclosure
55. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Artist Studios Program at MAD - New York, NY
$15,000 stipend and studio space. Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Enclosure
56. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Metro Montage XIX - Marietta, GA
$1,500 in awards. Deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Enclosure
58. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: NJ Emerging Artists Series 2019-2020 - Lincroft, NJ
Solo exhibitions for 6 artists. Deadline: Apr 16, 2019
Enclosure
62. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: CHAW's 50 States Project
Date: 14 March 2019, 5:00 am
Tomorrow will be the official launch of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop's groundbreaking, artist-led mobile artist residency program, The 50 States Project.

Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art. This national project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program. 
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is excited to announce the launch of The 50 States Project, a groundbreaking mobile artist residency. Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art.  This national, artist-led project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program, striving to raise critical consciousness, build community, and motivate students to promote social change through artistic means. For more information, please visit www.the50statesproject.com
Near Toyota Dealership by Kate Fleming
“Meaningful conversation is largely absent amid the intense division and discord found across the American landscape today,” says Amy Moore, CHAW’s Executive Director. “CHAW believes artists are uniquely situated to contribute by capturing and interpreting the ideals of our nation. Alongside the residency, CHAW’s new youth Social Justice program will allow students to explore how art has been used as a means to record history, shape culture, cultivate imagination, and harness individual and social transformation.”

As they travel to all 50 states, artists Kate and Tom will conduct their own individual research, producing works of visual art engaging with a particular theme or research question of their choosing. The artists will anchor their trip with stops at arts organizations across the country, engaging with at least one formal arts community in each state. Upon returning to DC in the fall of 2020, the artists will present their research through an exhibition, public programs, and an exhibit catalogue which will be shared with the communities they will have visited.

“By physically immersing ourselves in other American cultures during both an election year and a census year, we will learn and share the stories of our fellow Americans,” says artist Kate Fleming. “The artworks we create along the way will act as a vehicle through which others can experience and develop empathy for these people and places.”

About the artists:

Kate Fleming is a painter, printmaker, muralist, and installation artist based in her hometown of Arlington, Virginia. She has shown her work throughout the DC area and across the U.S. at galleries and mural festivals including POW! WOW! DC; Site:Brooklyn in New York; and Flatbed Press in Austin. Kate was artist-in-residence at CHAW in the Spring of 2018 and she has also completed residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia and Penland School of Craft in Bakersville, NC. Additionally, Kate has worked as a set designer with CHAW’s resident theater company, Taffety Punk, whom she met during her residency at CHAW. Kate conducted an artistic survey of biodiversity in North Carolina in 2017 with fellow artist Kristen Orr, painting her way across the state on an intensive seven-day road trip.

Tom Woodruff is a photojournalism graduate student at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, with an expected completion date of May 2019. He has undertaken multiple long-term photographic studies of place, including photo essays on tourism and the National Mall, gentrification of DC’s Massachusetts Avenue, and perseverance of community in the small coal mining town of Hemlock, Ohio. Tom works to develop trust with the communities he photographs through his working philosophy of empathy, rather than of exploitation. In 2019, Tom was a finalist for the Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling. Kate and Tom spent six months traveling around Australia in 2016, living and traveling in a camper van for two months of the trip. In 2017, the pair presented their Australian artworks in a two-person collaborative exhibition at Falls Church Arts in Falls Church, Virginia.
Enclosure
63. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: 30th National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition at Gormley Gallery
Date: 8 March 2019, 3:30 am
On view March 18 through April 26, 2019
Juror: Ginevra Shay, former Artistic Director of The Contemporary

Featuring work by Mark Bischel, Jessica Burke, Suzanne Michele Chouteau, Michael DeLuca, Anne Finucane, Robin Gibson, M. Alexander Gray, Ming Hong, Jennifer Hoskins, Elena Johnston, Andrew Kozlowski, Camila Linaweaver, Sascha Mallon, Kathy McGhee, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Eva Redamonti, William Dean Reynolds, Carmen Schaefer, Charlotte Schulz, Rhonda Smith, Ellen Verdon Winkler, and Lauren Yandell

Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, March 23, 2019
4:00 to 6:00pm
Remarks by juror Ginevra Shay

Gormley Gallery is located on the second floor of Fourier Hall
on the campus of Notre Dame of Maryland University
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enclosure
64. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Call for Proposals
Date: 4 March 2019, 3:30 am
Howard County, Maryland desires to secure the professional services of qualified artists for the purpose of commissioning up to three artworks to be installed at its new Circuit Courthouse, which is currently being designed by Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners (ESJP). Permanent public interior and exterior Artwork pieces are planned. 

The Howard County Arts Council will serve as one of the art advisors for the selection process. Selected artists will contract directly with the County and work with the public art project team to oversee all aspects of the artwork from design through project implementation, fabrication and installation. 

Eligibility: 
All professional artists in the United States may apply. Additionally, to be considered for this commission the artist must meet at least three of the following four criteria: 1) has completed public art commissions; 2) has received awards, grants or fellowships; 3) has had work exhibited in museums or galleries; and 4) has demonstrated artistic merit, excellence and innovation through past work.

Budget Details:
County funding for this artworks project will not exceed $460,000. 

Submission Procedures:
Interested artists may view the complete Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) and apply online at submittable.com/">hocoarts.submittable.com. Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm EST on March 29, 2019. 
Enclosure
65. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: The Bethesda Painting Awards
Date: 22 February 2019, 4:55 pm
There is just one week left to apply! awards" target="_blank">The Bethesda Painting Awards is downtown Bethesda's annual juried art competition that exclusively honors painters from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. $14,000 in prize monies are awarded to the top four painters annually. They'd love for YOU to apply for your chance to showcase your work in June 2019.

THE JUDGES:
The competition will be juried by:

Kyle Hackett, Professor of Studio Art, American University, and the 2014 Bethesda Painting Awards Winner;

Sue Johnson, Professor of Art, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and

Susan Zurbrigg, Painting and Drawing Area Head, Professor of Art, James Madison University.
TO APPLY:
Submit application, $25 entry fee and 5 images of your paintings. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D painting including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted.

The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the June 2019 Gallery B exhibition.

Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019

Enclosure
66. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition
Date: 15 February 2019, 3:30 am
DeadlineApril 02, 2019

Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition wants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of Artists Magazine, this competition is for you! 

$24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine

There is an entry fee. 

Details: Here

Prizes
CASH & PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: $2,500 each
  • 5 Second Place Awards: $1,250 each
  • 5 Third Place Awards: $750 each
  • 15 Honorable Mentions: $100 each
  • Winners’ names and work will be featured in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Artists Magazine
STUDENT PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)+ two free on-demand art courses
  • 5 Second Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value) + one free on-demand art course
  • 5 Third Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)
  • Award winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2019 issue of Artists Magazine
Enclosure
67. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Virginia Commission for the Arts Accepting Grant Applications for FY20
Date: 14 February 2019, 4:00 am
The Virginia Commission for the Arts is now accepting applications for arts activities and projects that occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.  

For more information:


The Virginia Commission for the Arts supports the arts through funding from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Commission distributes grant awards to Virginia artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments and provides technical assistance in arts management.
 
For additional information, contact the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Main Street Centre, 600 East Main Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, (804) 225-3132. www.arts.virginia.gov
Enclosure
68. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Wanna go to an opening tomorrow?
Date: 9 February 2019, 10:49 am
In Search of Myself by Sonia Suter
In gorgeous Annapolis there is reception for a juried photography exhibit,entry/sales/salesgallery.php?exhibit=140" target="_blank"> “Focal Point” on Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 3-5 pm at the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Juror: Jay Gould, Maryland Institute College of Art. 

One of Sonia Suter's conceptual photography images, “In Search of Myself,” will be in the show.  Here's a link to all of the images selected for the exhibition: CLICK HERE          

Sonia tells me that Brooke Shaden, the photographer who inspired her interest in conceptual photography, is also showing work in the exhibit.

The show dates are from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23, 2019. 
Enclosure
69. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Eye of the Beholder - Annapolis, MD
$1,000 in awards. Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Enclosure
71. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Watercolor Ohio 2019 - Mansfield, OH
Up to $5,000 in cash and merchandise. Deadline: Apr 29, 2019
Enclosure
72. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Artist Studios Program at MAD - New York, NY
$15,000 stipend and studio space. Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Enclosure
73. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Metro Montage XIX - Marietta, GA
$1,500 in awards. Deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Enclosure
75. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: NJ Emerging Artists Series 2019-2020 - Lincroft, NJ
Solo exhibitions for 6 artists. Deadline: Apr 16, 2019
Enclosure
79. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: CHAW's 50 States Project
Date: 14 March 2019, 5:00 am
Tomorrow will be the official launch of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop's groundbreaking, artist-led mobile artist residency program, The 50 States Project.

Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art. This national project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program. 
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is excited to announce the launch of The 50 States Project, a groundbreaking mobile artist residency. Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art.  This national, artist-led project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program, striving to raise critical consciousness, build community, and motivate students to promote social change through artistic means. For more information, please visit www.the50statesproject.com
Near Toyota Dealership by Kate Fleming
“Meaningful conversation is largely absent amid the intense division and discord found across the American landscape today,” says Amy Moore, CHAW’s Executive Director. “CHAW believes artists are uniquely situated to contribute by capturing and interpreting the ideals of our nation. Alongside the residency, CHAW’s new youth Social Justice program will allow students to explore how art has been used as a means to record history, shape culture, cultivate imagination, and harness individual and social transformation.”

As they travel to all 50 states, artists Kate and Tom will conduct their own individual research, producing works of visual art engaging with a particular theme or research question of their choosing. The artists will anchor their trip with stops at arts organizations across the country, engaging with at least one formal arts community in each state. Upon returning to DC in the fall of 2020, the artists will present their research through an exhibition, public programs, and an exhibit catalogue which will be shared with the communities they will have visited.

“By physically immersing ourselves in other American cultures during both an election year and a census year, we will learn and share the stories of our fellow Americans,” says artist Kate Fleming. “The artworks we create along the way will act as a vehicle through which others can experience and develop empathy for these people and places.”

About the artists:

Kate Fleming is a painter, printmaker, muralist, and installation artist based in her hometown of Arlington, Virginia. She has shown her work throughout the DC area and across the U.S. at galleries and mural festivals including POW! WOW! DC; Site:Brooklyn in New York; and Flatbed Press in Austin. Kate was artist-in-residence at CHAW in the Spring of 2018 and she has also completed residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia and Penland School of Craft in Bakersville, NC. Additionally, Kate has worked as a set designer with CHAW’s resident theater company, Taffety Punk, whom she met during her residency at CHAW. Kate conducted an artistic survey of biodiversity in North Carolina in 2017 with fellow artist Kristen Orr, painting her way across the state on an intensive seven-day road trip.

Tom Woodruff is a photojournalism graduate student at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, with an expected completion date of May 2019. He has undertaken multiple long-term photographic studies of place, including photo essays on tourism and the National Mall, gentrification of DC’s Massachusetts Avenue, and perseverance of community in the small coal mining town of Hemlock, Ohio. Tom works to develop trust with the communities he photographs through his working philosophy of empathy, rather than of exploitation. In 2019, Tom was a finalist for the Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling. Kate and Tom spent six months traveling around Australia in 2016, living and traveling in a camper van for two months of the trip. In 2017, the pair presented their Australian artworks in a two-person collaborative exhibition at Falls Church Arts in Falls Church, Virginia.
Enclosure
80. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: 30th National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition at Gormley Gallery
Date: 8 March 2019, 3:30 am
On view March 18 through April 26, 2019
Juror: Ginevra Shay, former Artistic Director of The Contemporary

Featuring work by Mark Bischel, Jessica Burke, Suzanne Michele Chouteau, Michael DeLuca, Anne Finucane, Robin Gibson, M. Alexander Gray, Ming Hong, Jennifer Hoskins, Elena Johnston, Andrew Kozlowski, Camila Linaweaver, Sascha Mallon, Kathy McGhee, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Eva Redamonti, William Dean Reynolds, Carmen Schaefer, Charlotte Schulz, Rhonda Smith, Ellen Verdon Winkler, and Lauren Yandell

Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, March 23, 2019
4:00 to 6:00pm
Remarks by juror Ginevra Shay

Gormley Gallery is located on the second floor of Fourier Hall
on the campus of Notre Dame of Maryland University
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enclosure
81. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Call for Proposals
Date: 4 March 2019, 3:30 am
Howard County, Maryland desires to secure the professional services of qualified artists for the purpose of commissioning up to three artworks to be installed at its new Circuit Courthouse, which is currently being designed by Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners (ESJP). Permanent public interior and exterior Artwork pieces are planned. 

The Howard County Arts Council will serve as one of the art advisors for the selection process. Selected artists will contract directly with the County and work with the public art project team to oversee all aspects of the artwork from design through project implementation, fabrication and installation. 

Eligibility: 
All professional artists in the United States may apply. Additionally, to be considered for this commission the artist must meet at least three of the following four criteria: 1) has completed public art commissions; 2) has received awards, grants or fellowships; 3) has had work exhibited in museums or galleries; and 4) has demonstrated artistic merit, excellence and innovation through past work.

Budget Details:
County funding for this artworks project will not exceed $460,000. 

Submission Procedures:
Interested artists may view the complete Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) and apply online at submittable.com/">hocoarts.submittable.com. Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm EST on March 29, 2019. 
Enclosure
82. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: The Bethesda Painting Awards
Date: 22 February 2019, 4:55 pm
There is just one week left to apply! awards" target="_blank">The Bethesda Painting Awards is downtown Bethesda's annual juried art competition that exclusively honors painters from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. $14,000 in prize monies are awarded to the top four painters annually. They'd love for YOU to apply for your chance to showcase your work in June 2019.

THE JUDGES:
The competition will be juried by:

Kyle Hackett, Professor of Studio Art, American University, and the 2014 Bethesda Painting Awards Winner;

Sue Johnson, Professor of Art, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and

Susan Zurbrigg, Painting and Drawing Area Head, Professor of Art, James Madison University.
TO APPLY:
Submit application, $25 entry fee and 5 images of your paintings. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D painting including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted.

The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the June 2019 Gallery B exhibition.

Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019

Enclosure
83. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition
Date: 15 February 2019, 3:30 am
DeadlineApril 02, 2019

Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition wants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of Artists Magazine, this competition is for you! 

$24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine

There is an entry fee. 

Details: Here

Prizes
CASH & PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: $2,500 each
  • 5 Second Place Awards: $1,250 each
  • 5 Third Place Awards: $750 each
  • 15 Honorable Mentions: $100 each
  • Winners’ names and work will be featured in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Artists Magazine
STUDENT PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)+ two free on-demand art courses
  • 5 Second Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value) + one free on-demand art course
  • 5 Third Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)
  • Award winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2019 issue of Artists Magazine
Enclosure
84. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Virginia Commission for the Arts Accepting Grant Applications for FY20
Date: 14 February 2019, 4:00 am
The Virginia Commission for the Arts is now accepting applications for arts activities and projects that occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.  

For more information:


The Virginia Commission for the Arts supports the arts through funding from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Commission distributes grant awards to Virginia artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments and provides technical assistance in arts management.
 
For additional information, contact the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Main Street Centre, 600 East Main Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, (804) 225-3132. www.arts.virginia.gov
Enclosure
85. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Wanna go to an opening tomorrow?
Date: 9 February 2019, 10:49 am
In Search of Myself by Sonia Suter
In gorgeous Annapolis there is reception for a juried photography exhibit,entry/sales/salesgallery.php?exhibit=140" target="_blank"> “Focal Point” on Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 3-5 pm at the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Juror: Jay Gould, Maryland Institute College of Art. 

One of Sonia Suter's conceptual photography images, “In Search of Myself,” will be in the show.  Here's a link to all of the images selected for the exhibition: CLICK HERE          

Sonia tells me that Brooke Shaden, the photographer who inspired her interest in conceptual photography, is also showing work in the exhibit.

The show dates are from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23, 2019. 
Enclosure
86. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Eye of the Beholder - Annapolis, MD
$1,000 in awards. Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Enclosure
88. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Watercolor Ohio 2019 - Mansfield, OH
Up to $5,000 in cash and merchandise. Deadline: Apr 29, 2019
Enclosure
89. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Artist Studios Program at MAD - New York, NY
$15,000 stipend and studio space. Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Enclosure
90. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Metro Montage XIX - Marietta, GA
$1,500 in awards. Deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Enclosure
92. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: NJ Emerging Artists Series 2019-2020 - Lincroft, NJ
Solo exhibitions for 6 artists. Deadline: Apr 16, 2019
Enclosure
96. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: CHAW's 50 States Project
Date: 14 March 2019, 5:00 am
Tomorrow will be the official launch of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop's groundbreaking, artist-led mobile artist residency program, The 50 States Project.

Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art. This national project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program. 
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is excited to announce the launch of The 50 States Project, a groundbreaking mobile artist residency. Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art.  This national, artist-led project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program, striving to raise critical consciousness, build community, and motivate students to promote social change through artistic means. For more information, please visit www.the50statesproject.com
Near Toyota Dealership by Kate Fleming
“Meaningful conversation is largely absent amid the intense division and discord found across the American landscape today,” says Amy Moore, CHAW’s Executive Director. “CHAW believes artists are uniquely situated to contribute by capturing and interpreting the ideals of our nation. Alongside the residency, CHAW’s new youth Social Justice program will allow students to explore how art has been used as a means to record history, shape culture, cultivate imagination, and harness individual and social transformation.”

As they travel to all 50 states, artists Kate and Tom will conduct their own individual research, producing works of visual art engaging with a particular theme or research question of their choosing. The artists will anchor their trip with stops at arts organizations across the country, engaging with at least one formal arts community in each state. Upon returning to DC in the fall of 2020, the artists will present their research through an exhibition, public programs, and an exhibit catalogue which will be shared with the communities they will have visited.

“By physically immersing ourselves in other American cultures during both an election year and a census year, we will learn and share the stories of our fellow Americans,” says artist Kate Fleming. “The artworks we create along the way will act as a vehicle through which others can experience and develop empathy for these people and places.”

About the artists:

Kate Fleming is a painter, printmaker, muralist, and installation artist based in her hometown of Arlington, Virginia. She has shown her work throughout the DC area and across the U.S. at galleries and mural festivals including POW! WOW! DC; Site:Brooklyn in New York; and Flatbed Press in Austin. Kate was artist-in-residence at CHAW in the Spring of 2018 and she has also completed residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia and Penland School of Craft in Bakersville, NC. Additionally, Kate has worked as a set designer with CHAW’s resident theater company, Taffety Punk, whom she met during her residency at CHAW. Kate conducted an artistic survey of biodiversity in North Carolina in 2017 with fellow artist Kristen Orr, painting her way across the state on an intensive seven-day road trip.

Tom Woodruff is a photojournalism graduate student at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, with an expected completion date of May 2019. He has undertaken multiple long-term photographic studies of place, including photo essays on tourism and the National Mall, gentrification of DC’s Massachusetts Avenue, and perseverance of community in the small coal mining town of Hemlock, Ohio. Tom works to develop trust with the communities he photographs through his working philosophy of empathy, rather than of exploitation. In 2019, Tom was a finalist for the Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling. Kate and Tom spent six months traveling around Australia in 2016, living and traveling in a camper van for two months of the trip. In 2017, the pair presented their Australian artworks in a two-person collaborative exhibition at Falls Church Arts in Falls Church, Virginia.
Enclosure
97. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: 30th National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition at Gormley Gallery
Date: 8 March 2019, 3:30 am
On view March 18 through April 26, 2019
Juror: Ginevra Shay, former Artistic Director of The Contemporary

Featuring work by Mark Bischel, Jessica Burke, Suzanne Michele Chouteau, Michael DeLuca, Anne Finucane, Robin Gibson, M. Alexander Gray, Ming Hong, Jennifer Hoskins, Elena Johnston, Andrew Kozlowski, Camila Linaweaver, Sascha Mallon, Kathy McGhee, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Eva Redamonti, William Dean Reynolds, Carmen Schaefer, Charlotte Schulz, Rhonda Smith, Ellen Verdon Winkler, and Lauren Yandell

Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, March 23, 2019
4:00 to 6:00pm
Remarks by juror Ginevra Shay

Gormley Gallery is located on the second floor of Fourier Hall
on the campus of Notre Dame of Maryland University
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enclosure
98. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Call for Proposals
Date: 4 March 2019, 3:30 am
Howard County, Maryland desires to secure the professional services of qualified artists for the purpose of commissioning up to three artworks to be installed at its new Circuit Courthouse, which is currently being designed by Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners (ESJP). Permanent public interior and exterior Artwork pieces are planned. 

The Howard County Arts Council will serve as one of the art advisors for the selection process. Selected artists will contract directly with the County and work with the public art project team to oversee all aspects of the artwork from design through project implementation, fabrication and installation. 

Eligibility: 
All professional artists in the United States may apply. Additionally, to be considered for this commission the artist must meet at least three of the following four criteria: 1) has completed public art commissions; 2) has received awards, grants or fellowships; 3) has had work exhibited in museums or galleries; and 4) has demonstrated artistic merit, excellence and innovation through past work.

Budget Details:
County funding for this artworks project will not exceed $460,000. 

Submission Procedures:
Interested artists may view the complete Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) and apply online at submittable.com/">hocoarts.submittable.com. Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm EST on March 29, 2019. 
Enclosure
99. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: The Bethesda Painting Awards
Date: 22 February 2019, 4:55 pm
There is just one week left to apply! awards" target="_blank">The Bethesda Painting Awards is downtown Bethesda's annual juried art competition that exclusively honors painters from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. $14,000 in prize monies are awarded to the top four painters annually. They'd love for YOU to apply for your chance to showcase your work in June 2019.

THE JUDGES:
The competition will be juried by:

Kyle Hackett, Professor of Studio Art, American University, and the 2014 Bethesda Painting Awards Winner;

Sue Johnson, Professor of Art, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and

Susan Zurbrigg, Painting and Drawing Area Head, Professor of Art, James Madison University.
TO APPLY:
Submit application, $25 entry fee and 5 images of your paintings. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D painting including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted.

The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the June 2019 Gallery B exhibition.

Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019

Enclosure
100. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition
Date: 15 February 2019, 3:30 am
DeadlineApril 02, 2019

Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition wants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of Artists Magazine, this competition is for you! 

$24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine

There is an entry fee. 

Details: Here

Prizes
CASH & PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: $2,500 each
  • 5 Second Place Awards: $1,250 each
  • 5 Third Place Awards: $750 each
  • 15 Honorable Mentions: $100 each
  • Winners’ names and work will be featured in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Artists Magazine
STUDENT PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)+ two free on-demand art courses
  • 5 Second Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value) + one free on-demand art course
  • 5 Third Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)
  • Award winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2019 issue of Artists Magazine
Enclosure
101. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Virginia Commission for the Arts Accepting Grant Applications for FY20
Date: 14 February 2019, 4:00 am
The Virginia Commission for the Arts is now accepting applications for arts activities and projects that occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.  

For more information:


The Virginia Commission for the Arts supports the arts through funding from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Commission distributes grant awards to Virginia artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments and provides technical assistance in arts management.
 
For additional information, contact the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Main Street Centre, 600 East Main Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, (804) 225-3132. www.arts.virginia.gov
Enclosure
102. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Wanna go to an opening tomorrow?
Date: 9 February 2019, 10:49 am
In Search of Myself by Sonia Suter
In gorgeous Annapolis there is reception for a juried photography exhibit,entry/sales/salesgallery.php?exhibit=140" target="_blank"> “Focal Point” on Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 3-5 pm at the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Juror: Jay Gould, Maryland Institute College of Art. 

One of Sonia Suter's conceptual photography images, “In Search of Myself,” will be in the show.  Here's a link to all of the images selected for the exhibition: CLICK HERE          

Sonia tells me that Brooke Shaden, the photographer who inspired her interest in conceptual photography, is also showing work in the exhibit.

The show dates are from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23, 2019. 
Enclosure
103. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Eye of the Beholder - Annapolis, MD
$1,000 in awards. Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Enclosure
105. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Watercolor Ohio 2019 - Mansfield, OH
Up to $5,000 in cash and merchandise. Deadline: Apr 29, 2019
Enclosure
106. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Artist Studios Program at MAD - New York, NY
$15,000 stipend and studio space. Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Enclosure
107. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Metro Montage XIX - Marietta, GA
$1,500 in awards. Deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Enclosure
109. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: NJ Emerging Artists Series 2019-2020 - Lincroft, NJ
Solo exhibitions for 6 artists. Deadline: Apr 16, 2019
Enclosure
113. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: CHAW's 50 States Project
Date: 14 March 2019, 5:00 am
Tomorrow will be the official launch of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop's groundbreaking, artist-led mobile artist residency program, The 50 States Project.

Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art. This national project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program. 
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is excited to announce the launch of The 50 States Project, a groundbreaking mobile artist residency. Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art.  This national, artist-led project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program, striving to raise critical consciousness, build community, and motivate students to promote social change through artistic means. For more information, please visit www.the50statesproject.com
Near Toyota Dealership by Kate Fleming
“Meaningful conversation is largely absent amid the intense division and discord found across the American landscape today,” says Amy Moore, CHAW’s Executive Director. “CHAW believes artists are uniquely situated to contribute by capturing and interpreting the ideals of our nation. Alongside the residency, CHAW’s new youth Social Justice program will allow students to explore how art has been used as a means to record history, shape culture, cultivate imagination, and harness individual and social transformation.”

As they travel to all 50 states, artists Kate and Tom will conduct their own individual research, producing works of visual art engaging with a particular theme or research question of their choosing. The artists will anchor their trip with stops at arts organizations across the country, engaging with at least one formal arts community in each state. Upon returning to DC in the fall of 2020, the artists will present their research through an exhibition, public programs, and an exhibit catalogue which will be shared with the communities they will have visited.

“By physically immersing ourselves in other American cultures during both an election year and a census year, we will learn and share the stories of our fellow Americans,” says artist Kate Fleming. “The artworks we create along the way will act as a vehicle through which others can experience and develop empathy for these people and places.”

About the artists:

Kate Fleming is a painter, printmaker, muralist, and installation artist based in her hometown of Arlington, Virginia. She has shown her work throughout the DC area and across the U.S. at galleries and mural festivals including POW! WOW! DC; Site:Brooklyn in New York; and Flatbed Press in Austin. Kate was artist-in-residence at CHAW in the Spring of 2018 and she has also completed residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia and Penland School of Craft in Bakersville, NC. Additionally, Kate has worked as a set designer with CHAW’s resident theater company, Taffety Punk, whom she met during her residency at CHAW. Kate conducted an artistic survey of biodiversity in North Carolina in 2017 with fellow artist Kristen Orr, painting her way across the state on an intensive seven-day road trip.

Tom Woodruff is a photojournalism graduate student at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, with an expected completion date of May 2019. He has undertaken multiple long-term photographic studies of place, including photo essays on tourism and the National Mall, gentrification of DC’s Massachusetts Avenue, and perseverance of community in the small coal mining town of Hemlock, Ohio. Tom works to develop trust with the communities he photographs through his working philosophy of empathy, rather than of exploitation. In 2019, Tom was a finalist for the Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling. Kate and Tom spent six months traveling around Australia in 2016, living and traveling in a camper van for two months of the trip. In 2017, the pair presented their Australian artworks in a two-person collaborative exhibition at Falls Church Arts in Falls Church, Virginia.
Enclosure
114. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: 30th National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition at Gormley Gallery
Date: 8 March 2019, 3:30 am
On view March 18 through April 26, 2019
Juror: Ginevra Shay, former Artistic Director of The Contemporary

Featuring work by Mark Bischel, Jessica Burke, Suzanne Michele Chouteau, Michael DeLuca, Anne Finucane, Robin Gibson, M. Alexander Gray, Ming Hong, Jennifer Hoskins, Elena Johnston, Andrew Kozlowski, Camila Linaweaver, Sascha Mallon, Kathy McGhee, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Eva Redamonti, William Dean Reynolds, Carmen Schaefer, Charlotte Schulz, Rhonda Smith, Ellen Verdon Winkler, and Lauren Yandell

Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, March 23, 2019
4:00 to 6:00pm
Remarks by juror Ginevra Shay

Gormley Gallery is located on the second floor of Fourier Hall
on the campus of Notre Dame of Maryland University
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enclosure
115. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Call for Proposals
Date: 4 March 2019, 3:30 am
Howard County, Maryland desires to secure the professional services of qualified artists for the purpose of commissioning up to three artworks to be installed at its new Circuit Courthouse, which is currently being designed by Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners (ESJP). Permanent public interior and exterior Artwork pieces are planned. 

The Howard County Arts Council will serve as one of the art advisors for the selection process. Selected artists will contract directly with the County and work with the public art project team to oversee all aspects of the artwork from design through project implementation, fabrication and installation. 

Eligibility: 
All professional artists in the United States may apply. Additionally, to be considered for this commission the artist must meet at least three of the following four criteria: 1) has completed public art commissions; 2) has received awards, grants or fellowships; 3) has had work exhibited in museums or galleries; and 4) has demonstrated artistic merit, excellence and innovation through past work.

Budget Details:
County funding for this artworks project will not exceed $460,000. 

Submission Procedures:
Interested artists may view the complete Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) and apply online at submittable.com/">hocoarts.submittable.com. Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm EST on March 29, 2019. 
Enclosure
116. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: The Bethesda Painting Awards
Date: 22 February 2019, 4:55 pm
There is just one week left to apply! awards" target="_blank">The Bethesda Painting Awards is downtown Bethesda's annual juried art competition that exclusively honors painters from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. $14,000 in prize monies are awarded to the top four painters annually. They'd love for YOU to apply for your chance to showcase your work in June 2019.

THE JUDGES:
The competition will be juried by:

Kyle Hackett, Professor of Studio Art, American University, and the 2014 Bethesda Painting Awards Winner;

Sue Johnson, Professor of Art, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and

Susan Zurbrigg, Painting and Drawing Area Head, Professor of Art, James Madison University.
TO APPLY:
Submit application, $25 entry fee and 5 images of your paintings. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D painting including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted.

The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the June 2019 Gallery B exhibition.

Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019

Enclosure
117. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition
Date: 15 February 2019, 3:30 am
DeadlineApril 02, 2019

Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition wants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of Artists Magazine, this competition is for you! 

$24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine

There is an entry fee. 

Details: Here

Prizes
CASH & PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: $2,500 each
  • 5 Second Place Awards: $1,250 each
  • 5 Third Place Awards: $750 each
  • 15 Honorable Mentions: $100 each
  • Winners’ names and work will be featured in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Artists Magazine
STUDENT PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)+ two free on-demand art courses
  • 5 Second Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value) + one free on-demand art course
  • 5 Third Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)
  • Award winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2019 issue of Artists Magazine
Enclosure
118. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Virginia Commission for the Arts Accepting Grant Applications for FY20
Date: 14 February 2019, 4:00 am
The Virginia Commission for the Arts is now accepting applications for arts activities and projects that occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.  

For more information:


The Virginia Commission for the Arts supports the arts through funding from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Commission distributes grant awards to Virginia artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments and provides technical assistance in arts management.
 
For additional information, contact the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Main Street Centre, 600 East Main Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, (804) 225-3132. www.arts.virginia.gov
Enclosure
119. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Wanna go to an opening tomorrow?
Date: 9 February 2019, 10:49 am
In Search of Myself by Sonia Suter
In gorgeous Annapolis there is reception for a juried photography exhibit,entry/sales/salesgallery.php?exhibit=140" target="_blank"> “Focal Point” on Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 3-5 pm at the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Juror: Jay Gould, Maryland Institute College of Art. 

One of Sonia Suter's conceptual photography images, “In Search of Myself,” will be in the show.  Here's a link to all of the images selected for the exhibition: CLICK HERE          

Sonia tells me that Brooke Shaden, the photographer who inspired her interest in conceptual photography, is also showing work in the exhibit.

The show dates are from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23, 2019. 
Enclosure
120. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Eye of the Beholder - Annapolis, MD
$1,000 in awards. Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Enclosure
122. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Watercolor Ohio 2019 - Mansfield, OH
Up to $5,000 in cash and merchandise. Deadline: Apr 29, 2019
Enclosure
123. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Artist Studios Program at MAD - New York, NY
$15,000 stipend and studio space. Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Enclosure
124. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Metro Montage XIX - Marietta, GA
$1,500 in awards. Deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Enclosure
126. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: NJ Emerging Artists Series 2019-2020 - Lincroft, NJ
Solo exhibitions for 6 artists. Deadline: Apr 16, 2019
Enclosure
130. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: CHAW's 50 States Project
Date: 14 March 2019, 5:00 am
Tomorrow will be the official launch of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop's groundbreaking, artist-led mobile artist residency program, The 50 States Project.

Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art. This national project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program. 
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is excited to announce the launch of The 50 States Project, a groundbreaking mobile artist residency. Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art.  This national, artist-led project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program, striving to raise critical consciousness, build community, and motivate students to promote social change through artistic means. For more information, please visit www.the50statesproject.com
Near Toyota Dealership by Kate Fleming
“Meaningful conversation is largely absent amid the intense division and discord found across the American landscape today,” says Amy Moore, CHAW’s Executive Director. “CHAW believes artists are uniquely situated to contribute by capturing and interpreting the ideals of our nation. Alongside the residency, CHAW’s new youth Social Justice program will allow students to explore how art has been used as a means to record history, shape culture, cultivate imagination, and harness individual and social transformation.”

As they travel to all 50 states, artists Kate and Tom will conduct their own individual research, producing works of visual art engaging with a particular theme or research question of their choosing. The artists will anchor their trip with stops at arts organizations across the country, engaging with at least one formal arts community in each state. Upon returning to DC in the fall of 2020, the artists will present their research through an exhibition, public programs, and an exhibit catalogue which will be shared with the communities they will have visited.

“By physically immersing ourselves in other American cultures during both an election year and a census year, we will learn and share the stories of our fellow Americans,” says artist Kate Fleming. “The artworks we create along the way will act as a vehicle through which others can experience and develop empathy for these people and places.”

About the artists:

Kate Fleming is a painter, printmaker, muralist, and installation artist based in her hometown of Arlington, Virginia. She has shown her work throughout the DC area and across the U.S. at galleries and mural festivals including POW! WOW! DC; Site:Brooklyn in New York; and Flatbed Press in Austin. Kate was artist-in-residence at CHAW in the Spring of 2018 and she has also completed residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia and Penland School of Craft in Bakersville, NC. Additionally, Kate has worked as a set designer with CHAW’s resident theater company, Taffety Punk, whom she met during her residency at CHAW. Kate conducted an artistic survey of biodiversity in North Carolina in 2017 with fellow artist Kristen Orr, painting her way across the state on an intensive seven-day road trip.

Tom Woodruff is a photojournalism graduate student at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, with an expected completion date of May 2019. He has undertaken multiple long-term photographic studies of place, including photo essays on tourism and the National Mall, gentrification of DC’s Massachusetts Avenue, and perseverance of community in the small coal mining town of Hemlock, Ohio. Tom works to develop trust with the communities he photographs through his working philosophy of empathy, rather than of exploitation. In 2019, Tom was a finalist for the Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling. Kate and Tom spent six months traveling around Australia in 2016, living and traveling in a camper van for two months of the trip. In 2017, the pair presented their Australian artworks in a two-person collaborative exhibition at Falls Church Arts in Falls Church, Virginia.
Enclosure
131. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: 30th National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition at Gormley Gallery
Date: 8 March 2019, 3:30 am
On view March 18 through April 26, 2019
Juror: Ginevra Shay, former Artistic Director of The Contemporary

Featuring work by Mark Bischel, Jessica Burke, Suzanne Michele Chouteau, Michael DeLuca, Anne Finucane, Robin Gibson, M. Alexander Gray, Ming Hong, Jennifer Hoskins, Elena Johnston, Andrew Kozlowski, Camila Linaweaver, Sascha Mallon, Kathy McGhee, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Eva Redamonti, William Dean Reynolds, Carmen Schaefer, Charlotte Schulz, Rhonda Smith, Ellen Verdon Winkler, and Lauren Yandell

Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, March 23, 2019
4:00 to 6:00pm
Remarks by juror Ginevra Shay

Gormley Gallery is located on the second floor of Fourier Hall
on the campus of Notre Dame of Maryland University
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enclosure
132. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Call for Proposals
Date: 4 March 2019, 3:30 am
Howard County, Maryland desires to secure the professional services of qualified artists for the purpose of commissioning up to three artworks to be installed at its new Circuit Courthouse, which is currently being designed by Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners (ESJP). Permanent public interior and exterior Artwork pieces are planned. 

The Howard County Arts Council will serve as one of the art advisors for the selection process. Selected artists will contract directly with the County and work with the public art project team to oversee all aspects of the artwork from design through project implementation, fabrication and installation. 

Eligibility: 
All professional artists in the United States may apply. Additionally, to be considered for this commission the artist must meet at least three of the following four criteria: 1) has completed public art commissions; 2) has received awards, grants or fellowships; 3) has had work exhibited in museums or galleries; and 4) has demonstrated artistic merit, excellence and innovation through past work.

Budget Details:
County funding for this artworks project will not exceed $460,000. 

Submission Procedures:
Interested artists may view the complete Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) and apply online at submittable.com/">hocoarts.submittable.com. Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm EST on March 29, 2019. 
Enclosure
133. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: The Bethesda Painting Awards
Date: 22 February 2019, 4:55 pm
There is just one week left to apply! awards" target="_blank">The Bethesda Painting Awards is downtown Bethesda's annual juried art competition that exclusively honors painters from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. $14,000 in prize monies are awarded to the top four painters annually. They'd love for YOU to apply for your chance to showcase your work in June 2019.

THE JUDGES:
The competition will be juried by:

Kyle Hackett, Professor of Studio Art, American University, and the 2014 Bethesda Painting Awards Winner;

Sue Johnson, Professor of Art, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and

Susan Zurbrigg, Painting and Drawing Area Head, Professor of Art, James Madison University.
TO APPLY:
Submit application, $25 entry fee and 5 images of your paintings. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D painting including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted.

The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the June 2019 Gallery B exhibition.

Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019

Enclosure
134. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition
Date: 15 February 2019, 3:30 am
DeadlineApril 02, 2019

Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition wants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of Artists Magazine, this competition is for you! 

$24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine

There is an entry fee. 

Details: Here

Prizes
CASH & PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: $2,500 each
  • 5 Second Place Awards: $1,250 each
  • 5 Third Place Awards: $750 each
  • 15 Honorable Mentions: $100 each
  • Winners’ names and work will be featured in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Artists Magazine
STUDENT PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)+ two free on-demand art courses
  • 5 Second Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value) + one free on-demand art course
  • 5 Third Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)
  • Award winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2019 issue of Artists Magazine
Enclosure
135. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Virginia Commission for the Arts Accepting Grant Applications for FY20
Date: 14 February 2019, 4:00 am
The Virginia Commission for the Arts is now accepting applications for arts activities and projects that occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.  

For more information:


The Virginia Commission for the Arts supports the arts through funding from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Commission distributes grant awards to Virginia artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments and provides technical assistance in arts management.
 
For additional information, contact the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Main Street Centre, 600 East Main Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, (804) 225-3132. www.arts.virginia.gov
Enclosure
136. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Wanna go to an opening tomorrow?
Date: 9 February 2019, 10:49 am
In Search of Myself by Sonia Suter
In gorgeous Annapolis there is reception for a juried photography exhibit,entry/sales/salesgallery.php?exhibit=140" target="_blank"> “Focal Point” on Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 3-5 pm at the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Juror: Jay Gould, Maryland Institute College of Art. 

One of Sonia Suter's conceptual photography images, “In Search of Myself,” will be in the show.  Here's a link to all of the images selected for the exhibition: CLICK HERE          

Sonia tells me that Brooke Shaden, the photographer who inspired her interest in conceptual photography, is also showing work in the exhibit.

The show dates are from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23, 2019. 
Enclosure
137. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Eye of the Beholder - Annapolis, MD
$1,000 in awards. Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Enclosure
139. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Watercolor Ohio 2019 - Mansfield, OH
Up to $5,000 in cash and merchandise. Deadline: Apr 29, 2019
Enclosure
140. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Artist Studios Program at MAD - New York, NY
$15,000 stipend and studio space. Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Enclosure
141. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Metro Montage XIX - Marietta, GA
$1,500 in awards. Deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Enclosure
143. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: NJ Emerging Artists Series 2019-2020 - Lincroft, NJ
Solo exhibitions for 6 artists. Deadline: Apr 16, 2019
Enclosure
147. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: CHAW's 50 States Project
Date: 14 March 2019, 5:00 am
Tomorrow will be the official launch of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop's groundbreaking, artist-led mobile artist residency program, The 50 States Project.

Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art. This national project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program. 
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is excited to announce the launch of The 50 States Project, a groundbreaking mobile artist residency. Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art.  This national, artist-led project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program, striving to raise critical consciousness, build community, and motivate students to promote social change through artistic means. For more information, please visit www.the50statesproject.com
Near Toyota Dealership by Kate Fleming
“Meaningful conversation is largely absent amid the intense division and discord found across the American landscape today,” says Amy Moore, CHAW’s Executive Director. “CHAW believes artists are uniquely situated to contribute by capturing and interpreting the ideals of our nation. Alongside the residency, CHAW’s new youth Social Justice program will allow students to explore how art has been used as a means to record history, shape culture, cultivate imagination, and harness individual and social transformation.”

As they travel to all 50 states, artists Kate and Tom will conduct their own individual research, producing works of visual art engaging with a particular theme or research question of their choosing. The artists will anchor their trip with stops at arts organizations across the country, engaging with at least one formal arts community in each state. Upon returning to DC in the fall of 2020, the artists will present their research through an exhibition, public programs, and an exhibit catalogue which will be shared with the communities they will have visited.

“By physically immersing ourselves in other American cultures during both an election year and a census year, we will learn and share the stories of our fellow Americans,” says artist Kate Fleming. “The artworks we create along the way will act as a vehicle through which others can experience and develop empathy for these people and places.”

About the artists:

Kate Fleming is a painter, printmaker, muralist, and installation artist based in her hometown of Arlington, Virginia. She has shown her work throughout the DC area and across the U.S. at galleries and mural festivals including POW! WOW! DC; Site:Brooklyn in New York; and Flatbed Press in Austin. Kate was artist-in-residence at CHAW in the Spring of 2018 and she has also completed residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia and Penland School of Craft in Bakersville, NC. Additionally, Kate has worked as a set designer with CHAW’s resident theater company, Taffety Punk, whom she met during her residency at CHAW. Kate conducted an artistic survey of biodiversity in North Carolina in 2017 with fellow artist Kristen Orr, painting her way across the state on an intensive seven-day road trip.

Tom Woodruff is a photojournalism graduate student at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, with an expected completion date of May 2019. He has undertaken multiple long-term photographic studies of place, including photo essays on tourism and the National Mall, gentrification of DC’s Massachusetts Avenue, and perseverance of community in the small coal mining town of Hemlock, Ohio. Tom works to develop trust with the communities he photographs through his working philosophy of empathy, rather than of exploitation. In 2019, Tom was a finalist for the Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling. Kate and Tom spent six months traveling around Australia in 2016, living and traveling in a camper van for two months of the trip. In 2017, the pair presented their Australian artworks in a two-person collaborative exhibition at Falls Church Arts in Falls Church, Virginia.
Enclosure
148. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: 30th National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition at Gormley Gallery
Date: 8 March 2019, 3:30 am
On view March 18 through April 26, 2019
Juror: Ginevra Shay, former Artistic Director of The Contemporary

Featuring work by Mark Bischel, Jessica Burke, Suzanne Michele Chouteau, Michael DeLuca, Anne Finucane, Robin Gibson, M. Alexander Gray, Ming Hong, Jennifer Hoskins, Elena Johnston, Andrew Kozlowski, Camila Linaweaver, Sascha Mallon, Kathy McGhee, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Eva Redamonti, William Dean Reynolds, Carmen Schaefer, Charlotte Schulz, Rhonda Smith, Ellen Verdon Winkler, and Lauren Yandell

Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, March 23, 2019
4:00 to 6:00pm
Remarks by juror Ginevra Shay

Gormley Gallery is located on the second floor of Fourier Hall
on the campus of Notre Dame of Maryland University
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enclosure
149. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Call for Proposals
Date: 4 March 2019, 3:30 am
Howard County, Maryland desires to secure the professional services of qualified artists for the purpose of commissioning up to three artworks to be installed at its new Circuit Courthouse, which is currently being designed by Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners (ESJP). Permanent public interior and exterior Artwork pieces are planned. 

The Howard County Arts Council will serve as one of the art advisors for the selection process. Selected artists will contract directly with the County and work with the public art project team to oversee all aspects of the artwork from design through project implementation, fabrication and installation. 

Eligibility: 
All professional artists in the United States may apply. Additionally, to be considered for this commission the artist must meet at least three of the following four criteria: 1) has completed public art commissions; 2) has received awards, grants or fellowships; 3) has had work exhibited in museums or galleries; and 4) has demonstrated artistic merit, excellence and innovation through past work.

Budget Details:
County funding for this artworks project will not exceed $460,000. 

Submission Procedures:
Interested artists may view the complete Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) and apply online at submittable.com/">hocoarts.submittable.com. Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm EST on March 29, 2019. 
Enclosure
150. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: The Bethesda Painting Awards
Date: 22 February 2019, 4:55 pm
There is just one week left to apply! awards" target="_blank">The Bethesda Painting Awards is downtown Bethesda's annual juried art competition that exclusively honors painters from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. $14,000 in prize monies are awarded to the top four painters annually. They'd love for YOU to apply for your chance to showcase your work in June 2019.

THE JUDGES:
The competition will be juried by:

Kyle Hackett, Professor of Studio Art, American University, and the 2014 Bethesda Painting Awards Winner;

Sue Johnson, Professor of Art, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and

Susan Zurbrigg, Painting and Drawing Area Head, Professor of Art, James Madison University.
TO APPLY:
Submit application, $25 entry fee and 5 images of your paintings. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D painting including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted.

The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the June 2019 Gallery B exhibition.

Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019

Enclosure
151. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition
Date: 15 February 2019, 3:30 am
DeadlineApril 02, 2019

Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition wants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of Artists Magazine, this competition is for you! 

$24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine

There is an entry fee. 

Details: Here

Prizes
CASH & PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: $2,500 each
  • 5 Second Place Awards: $1,250 each
  • 5 Third Place Awards: $750 each
  • 15 Honorable Mentions: $100 each
  • Winners’ names and work will be featured in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Artists Magazine
STUDENT PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)+ two free on-demand art courses
  • 5 Second Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value) + one free on-demand art course
  • 5 Third Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)
  • Award winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2019 issue of Artists Magazine
Enclosure
152. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Virginia Commission for the Arts Accepting Grant Applications for FY20
Date: 14 February 2019, 4:00 am
The Virginia Commission for the Arts is now accepting applications for arts activities and projects that occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.  

For more information:


The Virginia Commission for the Arts supports the arts through funding from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Commission distributes grant awards to Virginia artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments and provides technical assistance in arts management.
 
For additional information, contact the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Main Street Centre, 600 East Main Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, (804) 225-3132. www.arts.virginia.gov
Enclosure
153. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Wanna go to an opening tomorrow?
Date: 9 February 2019, 10:49 am
In Search of Myself by Sonia Suter
In gorgeous Annapolis there is reception for a juried photography exhibit,entry/sales/salesgallery.php?exhibit=140" target="_blank"> “Focal Point” on Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 3-5 pm at the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Juror: Jay Gould, Maryland Institute College of Art. 

One of Sonia Suter's conceptual photography images, “In Search of Myself,” will be in the show.  Here's a link to all of the images selected for the exhibition: CLICK HERE          

Sonia tells me that Brooke Shaden, the photographer who inspired her interest in conceptual photography, is also showing work in the exhibit.

The show dates are from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23, 2019. 
Enclosure
154. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Eye of the Beholder - Annapolis, MD
$1,000 in awards. Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Enclosure
156. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Watercolor Ohio 2019 - Mansfield, OH
Up to $5,000 in cash and merchandise. Deadline: Apr 29, 2019
Enclosure
157. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Artist Studios Program at MAD - New York, NY
$15,000 stipend and studio space. Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Enclosure
158. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Metro Montage XIX - Marietta, GA
$1,500 in awards. Deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Enclosure
160. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: NJ Emerging Artists Series 2019-2020 - Lincroft, NJ
Solo exhibitions for 6 artists. Deadline: Apr 16, 2019
Enclosure
164. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: CHAW's 50 States Project
Date: 14 March 2019, 5:00 am
Tomorrow will be the official launch of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop's groundbreaking, artist-led mobile artist residency program, The 50 States Project.

Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art. This national project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program. 
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is excited to announce the launch of The 50 States Project, a groundbreaking mobile artist residency. Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art.  This national, artist-led project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program, striving to raise critical consciousness, build community, and motivate students to promote social change through artistic means. For more information, please visit www.the50statesproject.com
Near Toyota Dealership by Kate Fleming
“Meaningful conversation is largely absent amid the intense division and discord found across the American landscape today,” says Amy Moore, CHAW’s Executive Director. “CHAW believes artists are uniquely situated to contribute by capturing and interpreting the ideals of our nation. Alongside the residency, CHAW’s new youth Social Justice program will allow students to explore how art has been used as a means to record history, shape culture, cultivate imagination, and harness individual and social transformation.”

As they travel to all 50 states, artists Kate and Tom will conduct their own individual research, producing works of visual art engaging with a particular theme or research question of their choosing. The artists will anchor their trip with stops at arts organizations across the country, engaging with at least one formal arts community in each state. Upon returning to DC in the fall of 2020, the artists will present their research through an exhibition, public programs, and an exhibit catalogue which will be shared with the communities they will have visited.

“By physically immersing ourselves in other American cultures during both an election year and a census year, we will learn and share the stories of our fellow Americans,” says artist Kate Fleming. “The artworks we create along the way will act as a vehicle through which others can experience and develop empathy for these people and places.”

About the artists:

Kate Fleming is a painter, printmaker, muralist, and installation artist based in her hometown of Arlington, Virginia. She has shown her work throughout the DC area and across the U.S. at galleries and mural festivals including POW! WOW! DC; Site:Brooklyn in New York; and Flatbed Press in Austin. Kate was artist-in-residence at CHAW in the Spring of 2018 and she has also completed residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia and Penland School of Craft in Bakersville, NC. Additionally, Kate has worked as a set designer with CHAW’s resident theater company, Taffety Punk, whom she met during her residency at CHAW. Kate conducted an artistic survey of biodiversity in North Carolina in 2017 with fellow artist Kristen Orr, painting her way across the state on an intensive seven-day road trip.

Tom Woodruff is a photojournalism graduate student at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, with an expected completion date of May 2019. He has undertaken multiple long-term photographic studies of place, including photo essays on tourism and the National Mall, gentrification of DC’s Massachusetts Avenue, and perseverance of community in the small coal mining town of Hemlock, Ohio. Tom works to develop trust with the communities he photographs through his working philosophy of empathy, rather than of exploitation. In 2019, Tom was a finalist for the Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling. Kate and Tom spent six months traveling around Australia in 2016, living and traveling in a camper van for two months of the trip. In 2017, the pair presented their Australian artworks in a two-person collaborative exhibition at Falls Church Arts in Falls Church, Virginia.
Enclosure
165. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: 30th National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition at Gormley Gallery
Date: 8 March 2019, 3:30 am
On view March 18 through April 26, 2019
Juror: Ginevra Shay, former Artistic Director of The Contemporary

Featuring work by Mark Bischel, Jessica Burke, Suzanne Michele Chouteau, Michael DeLuca, Anne Finucane, Robin Gibson, M. Alexander Gray, Ming Hong, Jennifer Hoskins, Elena Johnston, Andrew Kozlowski, Camila Linaweaver, Sascha Mallon, Kathy McGhee, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Eva Redamonti, William Dean Reynolds, Carmen Schaefer, Charlotte Schulz, Rhonda Smith, Ellen Verdon Winkler, and Lauren Yandell

Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, March 23, 2019
4:00 to 6:00pm
Remarks by juror Ginevra Shay

Gormley Gallery is located on the second floor of Fourier Hall
on the campus of Notre Dame of Maryland University
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enclosure
166. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Call for Proposals
Date: 4 March 2019, 3:30 am
Howard County, Maryland desires to secure the professional services of qualified artists for the purpose of commissioning up to three artworks to be installed at its new Circuit Courthouse, which is currently being designed by Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners (ESJP). Permanent public interior and exterior Artwork pieces are planned. 

The Howard County Arts Council will serve as one of the art advisors for the selection process. Selected artists will contract directly with the County and work with the public art project team to oversee all aspects of the artwork from design through project implementation, fabrication and installation. 

Eligibility: 
All professional artists in the United States may apply. Additionally, to be considered for this commission the artist must meet at least three of the following four criteria: 1) has completed public art commissions; 2) has received awards, grants or fellowships; 3) has had work exhibited in museums or galleries; and 4) has demonstrated artistic merit, excellence and innovation through past work.

Budget Details:
County funding for this artworks project will not exceed $460,000. 

Submission Procedures:
Interested artists may view the complete Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) and apply online at submittable.com/">hocoarts.submittable.com. Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm EST on March 29, 2019. 
Enclosure
167. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: The Bethesda Painting Awards
Date: 22 February 2019, 4:55 pm
There is just one week left to apply! awards" target="_blank">The Bethesda Painting Awards is downtown Bethesda's annual juried art competition that exclusively honors painters from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. $14,000 in prize monies are awarded to the top four painters annually. They'd love for YOU to apply for your chance to showcase your work in June 2019.

THE JUDGES:
The competition will be juried by:

Kyle Hackett, Professor of Studio Art, American University, and the 2014 Bethesda Painting Awards Winner;

Sue Johnson, Professor of Art, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and

Susan Zurbrigg, Painting and Drawing Area Head, Professor of Art, James Madison University.
TO APPLY:
Submit application, $25 entry fee and 5 images of your paintings. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D painting including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted.

The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the June 2019 Gallery B exhibition.

Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019

Enclosure
168. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition
Date: 15 February 2019, 3:30 am
DeadlineApril 02, 2019

Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition wants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of Artists Magazine, this competition is for you! 

$24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine

There is an entry fee. 

Details: Here

Prizes
CASH & PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: $2,500 each
  • 5 Second Place Awards: $1,250 each
  • 5 Third Place Awards: $750 each
  • 15 Honorable Mentions: $100 each
  • Winners’ names and work will be featured in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Artists Magazine
STUDENT PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)+ two free on-demand art courses
  • 5 Second Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value) + one free on-demand art course
  • 5 Third Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)
  • Award winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2019 issue of Artists Magazine
Enclosure
169. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Virginia Commission for the Arts Accepting Grant Applications for FY20
Date: 14 February 2019, 4:00 am
The Virginia Commission for the Arts is now accepting applications for arts activities and projects that occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.  

For more information:


The Virginia Commission for the Arts supports the arts through funding from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Commission distributes grant awards to Virginia artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments and provides technical assistance in arts management.
 
For additional information, contact the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Main Street Centre, 600 East Main Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, (804) 225-3132. www.arts.virginia.gov
Enclosure
170. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Wanna go to an opening tomorrow?
Date: 9 February 2019, 10:49 am
In Search of Myself by Sonia Suter
In gorgeous Annapolis there is reception for a juried photography exhibit,entry/sales/salesgallery.php?exhibit=140" target="_blank"> “Focal Point” on Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 3-5 pm at the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Juror: Jay Gould, Maryland Institute College of Art. 

One of Sonia Suter's conceptual photography images, “In Search of Myself,” will be in the show.  Here's a link to all of the images selected for the exhibition: CLICK HERE          

Sonia tells me that Brooke Shaden, the photographer who inspired her interest in conceptual photography, is also showing work in the exhibit.

The show dates are from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23, 2019. 
Enclosure
171. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Eye of the Beholder - Annapolis, MD
$1,000 in awards. Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Enclosure
173. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Watercolor Ohio 2019 - Mansfield, OH
Up to $5,000 in cash and merchandise. Deadline: Apr 29, 2019
Enclosure
174. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Artist Studios Program at MAD - New York, NY
$15,000 stipend and studio space. Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Enclosure
175. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Metro Montage XIX - Marietta, GA
$1,500 in awards. Deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Enclosure
177. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: NJ Emerging Artists Series 2019-2020 - Lincroft, NJ
Solo exhibitions for 6 artists. Deadline: Apr 16, 2019
Enclosure
181. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: CHAW's 50 States Project
Date: 14 March 2019, 5:00 am
Tomorrow will be the official launch of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop's groundbreaking, artist-led mobile artist residency program, The 50 States Project.

Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art. This national project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program. 
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is excited to announce the launch of The 50 States Project, a groundbreaking mobile artist residency. Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art.  This national, artist-led project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program, striving to raise critical consciousness, build community, and motivate students to promote social change through artistic means. For more information, please visit www.the50statesproject.com
Near Toyota Dealership by Kate Fleming
“Meaningful conversation is largely absent amid the intense division and discord found across the American landscape today,” says Amy Moore, CHAW’s Executive Director. “CHAW believes artists are uniquely situated to contribute by capturing and interpreting the ideals of our nation. Alongside the residency, CHAW’s new youth Social Justice program will allow students to explore how art has been used as a means to record history, shape culture, cultivate imagination, and harness individual and social transformation.”

As they travel to all 50 states, artists Kate and Tom will conduct their own individual research, producing works of visual art engaging with a particular theme or research question of their choosing. The artists will anchor their trip with stops at arts organizations across the country, engaging with at least one formal arts community in each state. Upon returning to DC in the fall of 2020, the artists will present their research through an exhibition, public programs, and an exhibit catalogue which will be shared with the communities they will have visited.

“By physically immersing ourselves in other American cultures during both an election year and a census year, we will learn and share the stories of our fellow Americans,” says artist Kate Fleming. “The artworks we create along the way will act as a vehicle through which others can experience and develop empathy for these people and places.”

About the artists:

Kate Fleming is a painter, printmaker, muralist, and installation artist based in her hometown of Arlington, Virginia. She has shown her work throughout the DC area and across the U.S. at galleries and mural festivals including POW! WOW! DC; Site:Brooklyn in New York; and Flatbed Press in Austin. Kate was artist-in-residence at CHAW in the Spring of 2018 and she has also completed residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia and Penland School of Craft in Bakersville, NC. Additionally, Kate has worked as a set designer with CHAW’s resident theater company, Taffety Punk, whom she met during her residency at CHAW. Kate conducted an artistic survey of biodiversity in North Carolina in 2017 with fellow artist Kristen Orr, painting her way across the state on an intensive seven-day road trip.

Tom Woodruff is a photojournalism graduate student at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, with an expected completion date of May 2019. He has undertaken multiple long-term photographic studies of place, including photo essays on tourism and the National Mall, gentrification of DC’s Massachusetts Avenue, and perseverance of community in the small coal mining town of Hemlock, Ohio. Tom works to develop trust with the communities he photographs through his working philosophy of empathy, rather than of exploitation. In 2019, Tom was a finalist for the Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling. Kate and Tom spent six months traveling around Australia in 2016, living and traveling in a camper van for two months of the trip. In 2017, the pair presented their Australian artworks in a two-person collaborative exhibition at Falls Church Arts in Falls Church, Virginia.
Enclosure
182. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: 30th National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition at Gormley Gallery
Date: 8 March 2019, 3:30 am
On view March 18 through April 26, 2019
Juror: Ginevra Shay, former Artistic Director of The Contemporary

Featuring work by Mark Bischel, Jessica Burke, Suzanne Michele Chouteau, Michael DeLuca, Anne Finucane, Robin Gibson, M. Alexander Gray, Ming Hong, Jennifer Hoskins, Elena Johnston, Andrew Kozlowski, Camila Linaweaver, Sascha Mallon, Kathy McGhee, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Eva Redamonti, William Dean Reynolds, Carmen Schaefer, Charlotte Schulz, Rhonda Smith, Ellen Verdon Winkler, and Lauren Yandell

Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, March 23, 2019
4:00 to 6:00pm
Remarks by juror Ginevra Shay

Gormley Gallery is located on the second floor of Fourier Hall
on the campus of Notre Dame of Maryland University
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enclosure
183. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Call for Proposals
Date: 4 March 2019, 3:30 am
Howard County, Maryland desires to secure the professional services of qualified artists for the purpose of commissioning up to three artworks to be installed at its new Circuit Courthouse, which is currently being designed by Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners (ESJP). Permanent public interior and exterior Artwork pieces are planned. 

The Howard County Arts Council will serve as one of the art advisors for the selection process. Selected artists will contract directly with the County and work with the public art project team to oversee all aspects of the artwork from design through project implementation, fabrication and installation. 

Eligibility: 
All professional artists in the United States may apply. Additionally, to be considered for this commission the artist must meet at least three of the following four criteria: 1) has completed public art commissions; 2) has received awards, grants or fellowships; 3) has had work exhibited in museums or galleries; and 4) has demonstrated artistic merit, excellence and innovation through past work.

Budget Details:
County funding for this artworks project will not exceed $460,000. 

Submission Procedures:
Interested artists may view the complete Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) and apply online at submittable.com/">hocoarts.submittable.com. Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm EST on March 29, 2019. 
Enclosure
184. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: The Bethesda Painting Awards
Date: 22 February 2019, 4:55 pm
There is just one week left to apply! awards" target="_blank">The Bethesda Painting Awards is downtown Bethesda's annual juried art competition that exclusively honors painters from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. $14,000 in prize monies are awarded to the top four painters annually. They'd love for YOU to apply for your chance to showcase your work in June 2019.

THE JUDGES:
The competition will be juried by:

Kyle Hackett, Professor of Studio Art, American University, and the 2014 Bethesda Painting Awards Winner;

Sue Johnson, Professor of Art, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and

Susan Zurbrigg, Painting and Drawing Area Head, Professor of Art, James Madison University.
TO APPLY:
Submit application, $25 entry fee and 5 images of your paintings. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D painting including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted.

The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the June 2019 Gallery B exhibition.

Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019

Enclosure
185. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition
Date: 15 February 2019, 3:30 am
DeadlineApril 02, 2019

Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition wants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of Artists Magazine, this competition is for you! 

$24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine

There is an entry fee. 

Details: Here

Prizes
CASH & PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: $2,500 each
  • 5 Second Place Awards: $1,250 each
  • 5 Third Place Awards: $750 each
  • 15 Honorable Mentions: $100 each
  • Winners’ names and work will be featured in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Artists Magazine
STUDENT PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)+ two free on-demand art courses
  • 5 Second Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value) + one free on-demand art course
  • 5 Third Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)
  • Award winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2019 issue of Artists Magazine
Enclosure
186. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Virginia Commission for the Arts Accepting Grant Applications for FY20
Date: 14 February 2019, 4:00 am
The Virginia Commission for the Arts is now accepting applications for arts activities and projects that occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.  

For more information:


The Virginia Commission for the Arts supports the arts through funding from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Commission distributes grant awards to Virginia artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments and provides technical assistance in arts management.
 
For additional information, contact the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Main Street Centre, 600 East Main Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, (804) 225-3132. www.arts.virginia.gov
Enclosure
187. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Wanna go to an opening tomorrow?
Date: 9 February 2019, 10:49 am
In Search of Myself by Sonia Suter
In gorgeous Annapolis there is reception for a juried photography exhibit,entry/sales/salesgallery.php?exhibit=140" target="_blank"> “Focal Point” on Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 3-5 pm at the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Juror: Jay Gould, Maryland Institute College of Art. 

One of Sonia Suter's conceptual photography images, “In Search of Myself,” will be in the show.  Here's a link to all of the images selected for the exhibition: CLICK HERE          

Sonia tells me that Brooke Shaden, the photographer who inspired her interest in conceptual photography, is also showing work in the exhibit.

The show dates are from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23, 2019. 
Enclosure
188. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Eye of the Beholder - Annapolis, MD
$1,000 in awards. Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Enclosure
190. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Watercolor Ohio 2019 - Mansfield, OH
Up to $5,000 in cash and merchandise. Deadline: Apr 29, 2019
Enclosure
191. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Artist Studios Program at MAD - New York, NY
$15,000 stipend and studio space. Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Enclosure
192. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Metro Montage XIX - Marietta, GA
$1,500 in awards. Deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Enclosure
194. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: NJ Emerging Artists Series 2019-2020 - Lincroft, NJ
Solo exhibitions for 6 artists. Deadline: Apr 16, 2019
Enclosure
198. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: CHAW's 50 States Project
Date: 14 March 2019, 5:00 am
Tomorrow will be the official launch of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop's groundbreaking, artist-led mobile artist residency program, The 50 States Project.

Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art. This national project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program. 
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is excited to announce the launch of The 50 States Project, a groundbreaking mobile artist residency. Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art.  This national, artist-led project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program, striving to raise critical consciousness, build community, and motivate students to promote social change through artistic means. For more information, please visit www.the50statesproject.com
Near Toyota Dealership by Kate Fleming
“Meaningful conversation is largely absent amid the intense division and discord found across the American landscape today,” says Amy Moore, CHAW’s Executive Director. “CHAW believes artists are uniquely situated to contribute by capturing and interpreting the ideals of our nation. Alongside the residency, CHAW’s new youth Social Justice program will allow students to explore how art has been used as a means to record history, shape culture, cultivate imagination, and harness individual and social transformation.”

As they travel to all 50 states, artists Kate and Tom will conduct their own individual research, producing works of visual art engaging with a particular theme or research question of their choosing. The artists will anchor their trip with stops at arts organizations across the country, engaging with at least one formal arts community in each state. Upon returning to DC in the fall of 2020, the artists will present their research through an exhibition, public programs, and an exhibit catalogue which will be shared with the communities they will have visited.

“By physically immersing ourselves in other American cultures during both an election year and a census year, we will learn and share the stories of our fellow Americans,” says artist Kate Fleming. “The artworks we create along the way will act as a vehicle through which others can experience and develop empathy for these people and places.”

About the artists:

Kate Fleming is a painter, printmaker, muralist, and installation artist based in her hometown of Arlington, Virginia. She has shown her work throughout the DC area and across the U.S. at galleries and mural festivals including POW! WOW! DC; Site:Brooklyn in New York; and Flatbed Press in Austin. Kate was artist-in-residence at CHAW in the Spring of 2018 and she has also completed residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia and Penland School of Craft in Bakersville, NC. Additionally, Kate has worked as a set designer with CHAW’s resident theater company, Taffety Punk, whom she met during her residency at CHAW. Kate conducted an artistic survey of biodiversity in North Carolina in 2017 with fellow artist Kristen Orr, painting her way across the state on an intensive seven-day road trip.

Tom Woodruff is a photojournalism graduate student at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, with an expected completion date of May 2019. He has undertaken multiple long-term photographic studies of place, including photo essays on tourism and the National Mall, gentrification of DC’s Massachusetts Avenue, and perseverance of community in the small coal mining town of Hemlock, Ohio. Tom works to develop trust with the communities he photographs through his working philosophy of empathy, rather than of exploitation. In 2019, Tom was a finalist for the Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling. Kate and Tom spent six months traveling around Australia in 2016, living and traveling in a camper van for two months of the trip. In 2017, the pair presented their Australian artworks in a two-person collaborative exhibition at Falls Church Arts in Falls Church, Virginia.
Enclosure
199. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: 30th National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition at Gormley Gallery
Date: 8 March 2019, 3:30 am
On view March 18 through April 26, 2019
Juror: Ginevra Shay, former Artistic Director of The Contemporary

Featuring work by Mark Bischel, Jessica Burke, Suzanne Michele Chouteau, Michael DeLuca, Anne Finucane, Robin Gibson, M. Alexander Gray, Ming Hong, Jennifer Hoskins, Elena Johnston, Andrew Kozlowski, Camila Linaweaver, Sascha Mallon, Kathy McGhee, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Eva Redamonti, William Dean Reynolds, Carmen Schaefer, Charlotte Schulz, Rhonda Smith, Ellen Verdon Winkler, and Lauren Yandell

Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, March 23, 2019
4:00 to 6:00pm
Remarks by juror Ginevra Shay

Gormley Gallery is located on the second floor of Fourier Hall
on the campus of Notre Dame of Maryland University
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enclosure
200. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Call for Proposals
Date: 4 March 2019, 3:30 am
Howard County, Maryland desires to secure the professional services of qualified artists for the purpose of commissioning up to three artworks to be installed at its new Circuit Courthouse, which is currently being designed by Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners (ESJP). Permanent public interior and exterior Artwork pieces are planned. 

The Howard County Arts Council will serve as one of the art advisors for the selection process. Selected artists will contract directly with the County and work with the public art project team to oversee all aspects of the artwork from design through project implementation, fabrication and installation. 

Eligibility: 
All professional artists in the United States may apply. Additionally, to be considered for this commission the artist must meet at least three of the following four criteria: 1) has completed public art commissions; 2) has received awards, grants or fellowships; 3) has had work exhibited in museums or galleries; and 4) has demonstrated artistic merit, excellence and innovation through past work.

Budget Details:
County funding for this artworks project will not exceed $460,000. 

Submission Procedures:
Interested artists may view the complete Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) and apply online at submittable.com/">hocoarts.submittable.com. Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm EST on March 29, 2019. 
Enclosure
201. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: The Bethesda Painting Awards
Date: 22 February 2019, 4:55 pm
There is just one week left to apply! awards" target="_blank">The Bethesda Painting Awards is downtown Bethesda's annual juried art competition that exclusively honors painters from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. $14,000 in prize monies are awarded to the top four painters annually. They'd love for YOU to apply for your chance to showcase your work in June 2019.

THE JUDGES:
The competition will be juried by:

Kyle Hackett, Professor of Studio Art, American University, and the 2014 Bethesda Painting Awards Winner;

Sue Johnson, Professor of Art, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and

Susan Zurbrigg, Painting and Drawing Area Head, Professor of Art, James Madison University.
TO APPLY:
Submit application, $25 entry fee and 5 images of your paintings. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D painting including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted.

The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the June 2019 Gallery B exhibition.

Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019

Enclosure
202. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition
Date: 15 February 2019, 3:30 am
DeadlineApril 02, 2019

Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition wants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of Artists Magazine, this competition is for you! 

$24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine

There is an entry fee. 

Details: Here

Prizes
CASH & PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: $2,500 each
  • 5 Second Place Awards: $1,250 each
  • 5 Third Place Awards: $750 each
  • 15 Honorable Mentions: $100 each
  • Winners’ names and work will be featured in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Artists Magazine
STUDENT PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)+ two free on-demand art courses
  • 5 Second Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value) + one free on-demand art course
  • 5 Third Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)
  • Award winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2019 issue of Artists Magazine
Enclosure
203. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Virginia Commission for the Arts Accepting Grant Applications for FY20
Date: 14 February 2019, 4:00 am
The Virginia Commission for the Arts is now accepting applications for arts activities and projects that occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.  

For more information:


The Virginia Commission for the Arts supports the arts through funding from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Commission distributes grant awards to Virginia artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments and provides technical assistance in arts management.
 
For additional information, contact the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Main Street Centre, 600 East Main Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, (804) 225-3132. www.arts.virginia.gov
Enclosure
204. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Wanna go to an opening tomorrow?
Date: 9 February 2019, 10:49 am
In Search of Myself by Sonia Suter
In gorgeous Annapolis there is reception for a juried photography exhibit,entry/sales/salesgallery.php?exhibit=140" target="_blank"> “Focal Point” on Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 3-5 pm at the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Juror: Jay Gould, Maryland Institute College of Art. 

One of Sonia Suter's conceptual photography images, “In Search of Myself,” will be in the show.  Here's a link to all of the images selected for the exhibition: CLICK HERE          

Sonia tells me that Brooke Shaden, the photographer who inspired her interest in conceptual photography, is also showing work in the exhibit.

The show dates are from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23, 2019. 
Enclosure
205. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Eye of the Beholder - Annapolis, MD
$1,000 in awards. Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Enclosure
207. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Watercolor Ohio 2019 - Mansfield, OH
Up to $5,000 in cash and merchandise. Deadline: Apr 29, 2019
Enclosure
208. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Artist Studios Program at MAD - New York, NY
$15,000 stipend and studio space. Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Enclosure
209. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Metro Montage XIX - Marietta, GA
$1,500 in awards. Deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Enclosure
211. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: NJ Emerging Artists Series 2019-2020 - Lincroft, NJ
Solo exhibitions for 6 artists. Deadline: Apr 16, 2019
Enclosure
215. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: CHAW's 50 States Project
Date: 14 March 2019, 5:00 am
Tomorrow will be the official launch of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop's groundbreaking, artist-led mobile artist residency program, The 50 States Project.

Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art. This national project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program. 
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is excited to announce the launch of The 50 States Project, a groundbreaking mobile artist residency. Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art.  This national, artist-led project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program, striving to raise critical consciousness, build community, and motivate students to promote social change through artistic means. For more information, please visit www.the50statesproject.com
Near Toyota Dealership by Kate Fleming
“Meaningful conversation is largely absent amid the intense division and discord found across the American landscape today,” says Amy Moore, CHAW’s Executive Director. “CHAW believes artists are uniquely situated to contribute by capturing and interpreting the ideals of our nation. Alongside the residency, CHAW’s new youth Social Justice program will allow students to explore how art has been used as a means to record history, shape culture, cultivate imagination, and harness individual and social transformation.”

As they travel to all 50 states, artists Kate and Tom will conduct their own individual research, producing works of visual art engaging with a particular theme or research question of their choosing. The artists will anchor their trip with stops at arts organizations across the country, engaging with at least one formal arts community in each state. Upon returning to DC in the fall of 2020, the artists will present their research through an exhibition, public programs, and an exhibit catalogue which will be shared with the communities they will have visited.

“By physically immersing ourselves in other American cultures during both an election year and a census year, we will learn and share the stories of our fellow Americans,” says artist Kate Fleming. “The artworks we create along the way will act as a vehicle through which others can experience and develop empathy for these people and places.”

About the artists:

Kate Fleming is a painter, printmaker, muralist, and installation artist based in her hometown of Arlington, Virginia. She has shown her work throughout the DC area and across the U.S. at galleries and mural festivals including POW! WOW! DC; Site:Brooklyn in New York; and Flatbed Press in Austin. Kate was artist-in-residence at CHAW in the Spring of 2018 and she has also completed residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia and Penland School of Craft in Bakersville, NC. Additionally, Kate has worked as a set designer with CHAW’s resident theater company, Taffety Punk, whom she met during her residency at CHAW. Kate conducted an artistic survey of biodiversity in North Carolina in 2017 with fellow artist Kristen Orr, painting her way across the state on an intensive seven-day road trip.

Tom Woodruff is a photojournalism graduate student at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, with an expected completion date of May 2019. He has undertaken multiple long-term photographic studies of place, including photo essays on tourism and the National Mall, gentrification of DC’s Massachusetts Avenue, and perseverance of community in the small coal mining town of Hemlock, Ohio. Tom works to develop trust with the communities he photographs through his working philosophy of empathy, rather than of exploitation. In 2019, Tom was a finalist for the Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling. Kate and Tom spent six months traveling around Australia in 2016, living and traveling in a camper van for two months of the trip. In 2017, the pair presented their Australian artworks in a two-person collaborative exhibition at Falls Church Arts in Falls Church, Virginia.
Enclosure
216. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: 30th National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition at Gormley Gallery
Date: 8 March 2019, 3:30 am
On view March 18 through April 26, 2019
Juror: Ginevra Shay, former Artistic Director of The Contemporary

Featuring work by Mark Bischel, Jessica Burke, Suzanne Michele Chouteau, Michael DeLuca, Anne Finucane, Robin Gibson, M. Alexander Gray, Ming Hong, Jennifer Hoskins, Elena Johnston, Andrew Kozlowski, Camila Linaweaver, Sascha Mallon, Kathy McGhee, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Eva Redamonti, William Dean Reynolds, Carmen Schaefer, Charlotte Schulz, Rhonda Smith, Ellen Verdon Winkler, and Lauren Yandell

Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, March 23, 2019
4:00 to 6:00pm
Remarks by juror Ginevra Shay

Gormley Gallery is located on the second floor of Fourier Hall
on the campus of Notre Dame of Maryland University
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enclosure
217. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Call for Proposals
Date: 4 March 2019, 3:30 am
Howard County, Maryland desires to secure the professional services of qualified artists for the purpose of commissioning up to three artworks to be installed at its new Circuit Courthouse, which is currently being designed by Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners (ESJP). Permanent public interior and exterior Artwork pieces are planned. 

The Howard County Arts Council will serve as one of the art advisors for the selection process. Selected artists will contract directly with the County and work with the public art project team to oversee all aspects of the artwork from design through project implementation, fabrication and installation. 

Eligibility: 
All professional artists in the United States may apply. Additionally, to be considered for this commission the artist must meet at least three of the following four criteria: 1) has completed public art commissions; 2) has received awards, grants or fellowships; 3) has had work exhibited in museums or galleries; and 4) has demonstrated artistic merit, excellence and innovation through past work.

Budget Details:
County funding for this artworks project will not exceed $460,000. 

Submission Procedures:
Interested artists may view the complete Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) and apply online at submittable.com/">hocoarts.submittable.com. Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm EST on March 29, 2019. 
Enclosure
218. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: The Bethesda Painting Awards
Date: 22 February 2019, 4:55 pm
There is just one week left to apply! awards" target="_blank">The Bethesda Painting Awards is downtown Bethesda's annual juried art competition that exclusively honors painters from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. $14,000 in prize monies are awarded to the top four painters annually. They'd love for YOU to apply for your chance to showcase your work in June 2019.

THE JUDGES:
The competition will be juried by:

Kyle Hackett, Professor of Studio Art, American University, and the 2014 Bethesda Painting Awards Winner;

Sue Johnson, Professor of Art, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and

Susan Zurbrigg, Painting and Drawing Area Head, Professor of Art, James Madison University.
TO APPLY:
Submit application, $25 entry fee and 5 images of your paintings. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D painting including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted.

The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the June 2019 Gallery B exhibition.

Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019

Enclosure
219. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition
Date: 15 February 2019, 3:30 am
DeadlineApril 02, 2019

Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition wants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of Artists Magazine, this competition is for you! 

$24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine

There is an entry fee. 

Details: Here

Prizes
CASH & PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: $2,500 each
  • 5 Second Place Awards: $1,250 each
  • 5 Third Place Awards: $750 each
  • 15 Honorable Mentions: $100 each
  • Winners’ names and work will be featured in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Artists Magazine
STUDENT PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)+ two free on-demand art courses
  • 5 Second Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value) + one free on-demand art course
  • 5 Third Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)
  • Award winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2019 issue of Artists Magazine
Enclosure
220. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Virginia Commission for the Arts Accepting Grant Applications for FY20
Date: 14 February 2019, 4:00 am
The Virginia Commission for the Arts is now accepting applications for arts activities and projects that occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.  

For more information:


The Virginia Commission for the Arts supports the arts through funding from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Commission distributes grant awards to Virginia artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments and provides technical assistance in arts management.
 
For additional information, contact the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Main Street Centre, 600 East Main Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, (804) 225-3132. www.arts.virginia.gov
Enclosure
221. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Wanna go to an opening tomorrow?
Date: 9 February 2019, 10:49 am
In Search of Myself by Sonia Suter
In gorgeous Annapolis there is reception for a juried photography exhibit,entry/sales/salesgallery.php?exhibit=140" target="_blank"> “Focal Point” on Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 3-5 pm at the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Juror: Jay Gould, Maryland Institute College of Art. 

One of Sonia Suter's conceptual photography images, “In Search of Myself,” will be in the show.  Here's a link to all of the images selected for the exhibition: CLICK HERE          

Sonia tells me that Brooke Shaden, the photographer who inspired her interest in conceptual photography, is also showing work in the exhibit.

The show dates are from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23, 2019. 
Enclosure
222. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Eye of the Beholder - Annapolis, MD
$1,000 in awards. Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Enclosure
224. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Watercolor Ohio 2019 - Mansfield, OH
Up to $5,000 in cash and merchandise. Deadline: Apr 29, 2019
Enclosure
225. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Artist Studios Program at MAD - New York, NY
$15,000 stipend and studio space. Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Enclosure
226. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Metro Montage XIX - Marietta, GA
$1,500 in awards. Deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Enclosure
228. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: NJ Emerging Artists Series 2019-2020 - Lincroft, NJ
Solo exhibitions for 6 artists. Deadline: Apr 16, 2019
Enclosure
232. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: CHAW's 50 States Project
Date: 14 March 2019, 5:00 am
Tomorrow will be the official launch of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop's groundbreaking, artist-led mobile artist residency program, The 50 States Project.

Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art. This national project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program. 
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is excited to announce the launch of The 50 States Project, a groundbreaking mobile artist residency. Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art.  This national, artist-led project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program, striving to raise critical consciousness, build community, and motivate students to promote social change through artistic means. For more information, please visit www.the50statesproject.com
Near Toyota Dealership by Kate Fleming
“Meaningful conversation is largely absent amid the intense division and discord found across the American landscape today,” says Amy Moore, CHAW’s Executive Director. “CHAW believes artists are uniquely situated to contribute by capturing and interpreting the ideals of our nation. Alongside the residency, CHAW’s new youth Social Justice program will allow students to explore how art has been used as a means to record history, shape culture, cultivate imagination, and harness individual and social transformation.”

As they travel to all 50 states, artists Kate and Tom will conduct their own individual research, producing works of visual art engaging with a particular theme or research question of their choosing. The artists will anchor their trip with stops at arts organizations across the country, engaging with at least one formal arts community in each state. Upon returning to DC in the fall of 2020, the artists will present their research through an exhibition, public programs, and an exhibit catalogue which will be shared with the communities they will have visited.

“By physically immersing ourselves in other American cultures during both an election year and a census year, we will learn and share the stories of our fellow Americans,” says artist Kate Fleming. “The artworks we create along the way will act as a vehicle through which others can experience and develop empathy for these people and places.”

About the artists:

Kate Fleming is a painter, printmaker, muralist, and installation artist based in her hometown of Arlington, Virginia. She has shown her work throughout the DC area and across the U.S. at galleries and mural festivals including POW! WOW! DC; Site:Brooklyn in New York; and Flatbed Press in Austin. Kate was artist-in-residence at CHAW in the Spring of 2018 and she has also completed residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia and Penland School of Craft in Bakersville, NC. Additionally, Kate has worked as a set designer with CHAW’s resident theater company, Taffety Punk, whom she met during her residency at CHAW. Kate conducted an artistic survey of biodiversity in North Carolina in 2017 with fellow artist Kristen Orr, painting her way across the state on an intensive seven-day road trip.

Tom Woodruff is a photojournalism graduate student at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, with an expected completion date of May 2019. He has undertaken multiple long-term photographic studies of place, including photo essays on tourism and the National Mall, gentrification of DC’s Massachusetts Avenue, and perseverance of community in the small coal mining town of Hemlock, Ohio. Tom works to develop trust with the communities he photographs through his working philosophy of empathy, rather than of exploitation. In 2019, Tom was a finalist for the Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling. Kate and Tom spent six months traveling around Australia in 2016, living and traveling in a camper van for two months of the trip. In 2017, the pair presented their Australian artworks in a two-person collaborative exhibition at Falls Church Arts in Falls Church, Virginia.
Enclosure
233. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: 30th National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition at Gormley Gallery
Date: 8 March 2019, 3:30 am
On view March 18 through April 26, 2019
Juror: Ginevra Shay, former Artistic Director of The Contemporary

Featuring work by Mark Bischel, Jessica Burke, Suzanne Michele Chouteau, Michael DeLuca, Anne Finucane, Robin Gibson, M. Alexander Gray, Ming Hong, Jennifer Hoskins, Elena Johnston, Andrew Kozlowski, Camila Linaweaver, Sascha Mallon, Kathy McGhee, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Eva Redamonti, William Dean Reynolds, Carmen Schaefer, Charlotte Schulz, Rhonda Smith, Ellen Verdon Winkler, and Lauren Yandell

Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, March 23, 2019
4:00 to 6:00pm
Remarks by juror Ginevra Shay

Gormley Gallery is located on the second floor of Fourier Hall
on the campus of Notre Dame of Maryland University
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enclosure
234. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Call for Proposals
Date: 4 March 2019, 3:30 am
Howard County, Maryland desires to secure the professional services of qualified artists for the purpose of commissioning up to three artworks to be installed at its new Circuit Courthouse, which is currently being designed by Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners (ESJP). Permanent public interior and exterior Artwork pieces are planned. 

The Howard County Arts Council will serve as one of the art advisors for the selection process. Selected artists will contract directly with the County and work with the public art project team to oversee all aspects of the artwork from design through project implementation, fabrication and installation. 

Eligibility: 
All professional artists in the United States may apply. Additionally, to be considered for this commission the artist must meet at least three of the following four criteria: 1) has completed public art commissions; 2) has received awards, grants or fellowships; 3) has had work exhibited in museums or galleries; and 4) has demonstrated artistic merit, excellence and innovation through past work.

Budget Details:
County funding for this artworks project will not exceed $460,000. 

Submission Procedures:
Interested artists may view the complete Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) and apply online at submittable.com/">hocoarts.submittable.com. Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm EST on March 29, 2019. 
Enclosure
235. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: The Bethesda Painting Awards
Date: 22 February 2019, 4:55 pm
There is just one week left to apply! awards" target="_blank">The Bethesda Painting Awards is downtown Bethesda's annual juried art competition that exclusively honors painters from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. $14,000 in prize monies are awarded to the top four painters annually. They'd love for YOU to apply for your chance to showcase your work in June 2019.

THE JUDGES:
The competition will be juried by:

Kyle Hackett, Professor of Studio Art, American University, and the 2014 Bethesda Painting Awards Winner;

Sue Johnson, Professor of Art, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and

Susan Zurbrigg, Painting and Drawing Area Head, Professor of Art, James Madison University.
TO APPLY:
Submit application, $25 entry fee and 5 images of your paintings. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D painting including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted.

The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the June 2019 Gallery B exhibition.

Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019

Enclosure
236. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition
Date: 15 February 2019, 3:30 am
DeadlineApril 02, 2019

Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition wants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of Artists Magazine, this competition is for you! 

$24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine

There is an entry fee. 

Details: Here

Prizes
CASH & PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: $2,500 each
  • 5 Second Place Awards: $1,250 each
  • 5 Third Place Awards: $750 each
  • 15 Honorable Mentions: $100 each
  • Winners’ names and work will be featured in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Artists Magazine
STUDENT PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)+ two free on-demand art courses
  • 5 Second Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value) + one free on-demand art course
  • 5 Third Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)
  • Award winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2019 issue of Artists Magazine
Enclosure
237. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Virginia Commission for the Arts Accepting Grant Applications for FY20
Date: 14 February 2019, 4:00 am
The Virginia Commission for the Arts is now accepting applications for arts activities and projects that occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.  

For more information:


The Virginia Commission for the Arts supports the arts through funding from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Commission distributes grant awards to Virginia artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments and provides technical assistance in arts management.
 
For additional information, contact the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Main Street Centre, 600 East Main Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, (804) 225-3132. www.arts.virginia.gov
Enclosure
238. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Wanna go to an opening tomorrow?
Date: 9 February 2019, 10:49 am
In Search of Myself by Sonia Suter
In gorgeous Annapolis there is reception for a juried photography exhibit,entry/sales/salesgallery.php?exhibit=140" target="_blank"> “Focal Point” on Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 3-5 pm at the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Juror: Jay Gould, Maryland Institute College of Art. 

One of Sonia Suter's conceptual photography images, “In Search of Myself,” will be in the show.  Here's a link to all of the images selected for the exhibition: CLICK HERE          

Sonia tells me that Brooke Shaden, the photographer who inspired her interest in conceptual photography, is also showing work in the exhibit.

The show dates are from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23, 2019. 
Enclosure
239. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Eye of the Beholder - Annapolis, MD
$1,000 in awards. Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Enclosure
241. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Watercolor Ohio 2019 - Mansfield, OH
Up to $5,000 in cash and merchandise. Deadline: Apr 29, 2019
Enclosure
242. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Artist Studios Program at MAD - New York, NY
$15,000 stipend and studio space. Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Enclosure
243. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Metro Montage XIX - Marietta, GA
$1,500 in awards. Deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Enclosure
245. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: NJ Emerging Artists Series 2019-2020 - Lincroft, NJ
Solo exhibitions for 6 artists. Deadline: Apr 16, 2019
Enclosure
249. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: CHAW's 50 States Project
Date: 14 March 2019, 5:00 am
Tomorrow will be the official launch of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop's groundbreaking, artist-led mobile artist residency program, The 50 States Project.

Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art. This national project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program. 
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is excited to announce the launch of The 50 States Project, a groundbreaking mobile artist residency. Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art.  This national, artist-led project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program, striving to raise critical consciousness, build community, and motivate students to promote social change through artistic means. For more information, please visit www.the50statesproject.com
Near Toyota Dealership by Kate Fleming
“Meaningful conversation is largely absent amid the intense division and discord found across the American landscape today,” says Amy Moore, CHAW’s Executive Director. “CHAW believes artists are uniquely situated to contribute by capturing and interpreting the ideals of our nation. Alongside the residency, CHAW’s new youth Social Justice program will allow students to explore how art has been used as a means to record history, shape culture, cultivate imagination, and harness individual and social transformation.”

As they travel to all 50 states, artists Kate and Tom will conduct their own individual research, producing works of visual art engaging with a particular theme or research question of their choosing. The artists will anchor their trip with stops at arts organizations across the country, engaging with at least one formal arts community in each state. Upon returning to DC in the fall of 2020, the artists will present their research through an exhibition, public programs, and an exhibit catalogue which will be shared with the communities they will have visited.

“By physically immersing ourselves in other American cultures during both an election year and a census year, we will learn and share the stories of our fellow Americans,” says artist Kate Fleming. “The artworks we create along the way will act as a vehicle through which others can experience and develop empathy for these people and places.”

About the artists:

Kate Fleming is a painter, printmaker, muralist, and installation artist based in her hometown of Arlington, Virginia. She has shown her work throughout the DC area and across the U.S. at galleries and mural festivals including POW! WOW! DC; Site:Brooklyn in New York; and Flatbed Press in Austin. Kate was artist-in-residence at CHAW in the Spring of 2018 and she has also completed residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia and Penland School of Craft in Bakersville, NC. Additionally, Kate has worked as a set designer with CHAW’s resident theater company, Taffety Punk, whom she met during her residency at CHAW. Kate conducted an artistic survey of biodiversity in North Carolina in 2017 with fellow artist Kristen Orr, painting her way across the state on an intensive seven-day road trip.

Tom Woodruff is a photojournalism graduate student at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, with an expected completion date of May 2019. He has undertaken multiple long-term photographic studies of place, including photo essays on tourism and the National Mall, gentrification of DC’s Massachusetts Avenue, and perseverance of community in the small coal mining town of Hemlock, Ohio. Tom works to develop trust with the communities he photographs through his working philosophy of empathy, rather than of exploitation. In 2019, Tom was a finalist for the Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling. Kate and Tom spent six months traveling around Australia in 2016, living and traveling in a camper van for two months of the trip. In 2017, the pair presented their Australian artworks in a two-person collaborative exhibition at Falls Church Arts in Falls Church, Virginia.
Enclosure
250. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: 30th National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition at Gormley Gallery
Date: 8 March 2019, 3:30 am
On view March 18 through April 26, 2019
Juror: Ginevra Shay, former Artistic Director of The Contemporary

Featuring work by Mark Bischel, Jessica Burke, Suzanne Michele Chouteau, Michael DeLuca, Anne Finucane, Robin Gibson, M. Alexander Gray, Ming Hong, Jennifer Hoskins, Elena Johnston, Andrew Kozlowski, Camila Linaweaver, Sascha Mallon, Kathy McGhee, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Eva Redamonti, William Dean Reynolds, Carmen Schaefer, Charlotte Schulz, Rhonda Smith, Ellen Verdon Winkler, and Lauren Yandell

Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, March 23, 2019
4:00 to 6:00pm
Remarks by juror Ginevra Shay

Gormley Gallery is located on the second floor of Fourier Hall
on the campus of Notre Dame of Maryland University
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enclosure
251. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Call for Proposals
Date: 4 March 2019, 3:30 am
Howard County, Maryland desires to secure the professional services of qualified artists for the purpose of commissioning up to three artworks to be installed at its new Circuit Courthouse, which is currently being designed by Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners (ESJP). Permanent public interior and exterior Artwork pieces are planned. 

The Howard County Arts Council will serve as one of the art advisors for the selection process. Selected artists will contract directly with the County and work with the public art project team to oversee all aspects of the artwork from design through project implementation, fabrication and installation. 

Eligibility: 
All professional artists in the United States may apply. Additionally, to be considered for this commission the artist must meet at least three of the following four criteria: 1) has completed public art commissions; 2) has received awards, grants or fellowships; 3) has had work exhibited in museums or galleries; and 4) has demonstrated artistic merit, excellence and innovation through past work.

Budget Details:
County funding for this artworks project will not exceed $460,000. 

Submission Procedures:
Interested artists may view the complete Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) and apply online at submittable.com/">hocoarts.submittable.com. Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm EST on March 29, 2019. 
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252. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: The Bethesda Painting Awards
Date: 22 February 2019, 4:55 pm
There is just one week left to apply! awards" target="_blank">The Bethesda Painting Awards is downtown Bethesda's annual juried art competition that exclusively honors painters from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. $14,000 in prize monies are awarded to the top four painters annually. They'd love for YOU to apply for your chance to showcase your work in June 2019.

THE JUDGES:
The competition will be juried by:

Kyle Hackett, Professor of Studio Art, American University, and the 2014 Bethesda Painting Awards Winner;

Sue Johnson, Professor of Art, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and

Susan Zurbrigg, Painting and Drawing Area Head, Professor of Art, James Madison University.
TO APPLY:
Submit application, $25 entry fee and 5 images of your paintings. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D painting including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted.

The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the June 2019 Gallery B exhibition.

Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019

Enclosure
253. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition
Date: 15 February 2019, 3:30 am
DeadlineApril 02, 2019

Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition wants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of Artists Magazine, this competition is for you! 

$24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine

There is an entry fee. 

Details: Here

Prizes
CASH & PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: $2,500 each
  • 5 Second Place Awards: $1,250 each
  • 5 Third Place Awards: $750 each
  • 15 Honorable Mentions: $100 each
  • Winners’ names and work will be featured in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Artists Magazine
STUDENT PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)+ two free on-demand art courses
  • 5 Second Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value) + one free on-demand art course
  • 5 Third Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)
  • Award winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2019 issue of Artists Magazine
Enclosure
254. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Virginia Commission for the Arts Accepting Grant Applications for FY20
Date: 14 February 2019, 4:00 am
The Virginia Commission for the Arts is now accepting applications for arts activities and projects that occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.  

For more information:


The Virginia Commission for the Arts supports the arts through funding from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Commission distributes grant awards to Virginia artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments and provides technical assistance in arts management.
 
For additional information, contact the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Main Street Centre, 600 East Main Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, (804) 225-3132. www.arts.virginia.gov
Enclosure
255. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Wanna go to an opening tomorrow?
Date: 9 February 2019, 10:49 am
In Search of Myself by Sonia Suter
In gorgeous Annapolis there is reception for a juried photography exhibit,entry/sales/salesgallery.php?exhibit=140" target="_blank"> “Focal Point” on Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 3-5 pm at the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Juror: Jay Gould, Maryland Institute College of Art. 

One of Sonia Suter's conceptual photography images, “In Search of Myself,” will be in the show.  Here's a link to all of the images selected for the exhibition: CLICK HERE          

Sonia tells me that Brooke Shaden, the photographer who inspired her interest in conceptual photography, is also showing work in the exhibit.

The show dates are from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23, 2019. 
Enclosure
256. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Eye of the Beholder - Annapolis, MD
$1,000 in awards. Deadline: Apr 30, 2019
Enclosure
258. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Watercolor Ohio 2019 - Mansfield, OH
Up to $5,000 in cash and merchandise. Deadline: Apr 29, 2019
Enclosure
259. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Artist Studios Program at MAD - New York, NY
$15,000 stipend and studio space. Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Enclosure
260. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Metro Montage XIX - Marietta, GA
$1,500 in awards. Deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Enclosure
262. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: NJ Emerging Artists Series 2019-2020 - Lincroft, NJ
Solo exhibitions for 6 artists. Deadline: Apr 16, 2019
Enclosure
266. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: CHAW's 50 States Project
Date: 14 March 2019, 5:00 am
Tomorrow will be the official launch of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop's groundbreaking, artist-led mobile artist residency program, The 50 States Project.

Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art. This national project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program. 
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is excited to announce the launch of The 50 States Project, a groundbreaking mobile artist residency. Beginning Fall 2019, painter Kate Fleming and photographer Tom Woodruff will spend a year traveling in a small camper van to all 50 states, exploring regional similarities and differences through art.  This national, artist-led project will concurrently serve as a mobile classroom for students at CHAW in a new Social Justice youth arts program, striving to raise critical consciousness, build community, and motivate students to promote social change through artistic means. For more information, please visit www.the50statesproject.com
Near Toyota Dealership by Kate Fleming
“Meaningful conversation is largely absent amid the intense division and discord found across the American landscape today,” says Amy Moore, CHAW’s Executive Director. “CHAW believes artists are uniquely situated to contribute by capturing and interpreting the ideals of our nation. Alongside the residency, CHAW’s new youth Social Justice program will allow students to explore how art has been used as a means to record history, shape culture, cultivate imagination, and harness individual and social transformation.”

As they travel to all 50 states, artists Kate and Tom will conduct their own individual research, producing works of visual art engaging with a particular theme or research question of their choosing. The artists will anchor their trip with stops at arts organizations across the country, engaging with at least one formal arts community in each state. Upon returning to DC in the fall of 2020, the artists will present their research through an exhibition, public programs, and an exhibit catalogue which will be shared with the communities they will have visited.

“By physically immersing ourselves in other American cultures during both an election year and a census year, we will learn and share the stories of our fellow Americans,” says artist Kate Fleming. “The artworks we create along the way will act as a vehicle through which others can experience and develop empathy for these people and places.”

About the artists:

Kate Fleming is a painter, printmaker, muralist, and installation artist based in her hometown of Arlington, Virginia. She has shown her work throughout the DC area and across the U.S. at galleries and mural festivals including POW! WOW! DC; Site:Brooklyn in New York; and Flatbed Press in Austin. Kate was artist-in-residence at CHAW in the Spring of 2018 and she has also completed residencies at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia and Penland School of Craft in Bakersville, NC. Additionally, Kate has worked as a set designer with CHAW’s resident theater company, Taffety Punk, whom she met during her residency at CHAW. Kate conducted an artistic survey of biodiversity in North Carolina in 2017 with fellow artist Kristen Orr, painting her way across the state on an intensive seven-day road trip.

Tom Woodruff is a photojournalism graduate student at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication, with an expected completion date of May 2019. He has undertaken multiple long-term photographic studies of place, including photo essays on tourism and the National Mall, gentrification of DC’s Massachusetts Avenue, and perseverance of community in the small coal mining town of Hemlock, Ohio. Tom works to develop trust with the communities he photographs through his working philosophy of empathy, rather than of exploitation. In 2019, Tom was a finalist for the Reinke Grant for Visual Storytelling. Kate and Tom spent six months traveling around Australia in 2016, living and traveling in a camper van for two months of the trip. In 2017, the pair presented their Australian artworks in a two-person collaborative exhibition at Falls Church Arts in Falls Church, Virginia.
Enclosure
267. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: 30th National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition at Gormley Gallery
Date: 8 March 2019, 3:30 am
On view March 18 through April 26, 2019
Juror: Ginevra Shay, former Artistic Director of The Contemporary

Featuring work by Mark Bischel, Jessica Burke, Suzanne Michele Chouteau, Michael DeLuca, Anne Finucane, Robin Gibson, M. Alexander Gray, Ming Hong, Jennifer Hoskins, Elena Johnston, Andrew Kozlowski, Camila Linaweaver, Sascha Mallon, Kathy McGhee, Lisa Parker Hyatt, Eva Redamonti, William Dean Reynolds, Carmen Schaefer, Charlotte Schulz, Rhonda Smith, Ellen Verdon Winkler, and Lauren Yandell

Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 23, 4-6pm
Reception and Gallery Talk
Saturday, March 23, 2019
4:00 to 6:00pm
Remarks by juror Ginevra Shay

Gormley Gallery is located on the second floor of Fourier Hall
on the campus of Notre Dame of Maryland University
4701 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Enclosure
268. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Call for Proposals
Date: 4 March 2019, 3:30 am
Howard County, Maryland desires to secure the professional services of qualified artists for the purpose of commissioning up to three artworks to be installed at its new Circuit Courthouse, which is currently being designed by Edgemoor-Star America Judicial Partners (ESJP). Permanent public interior and exterior Artwork pieces are planned. 

The Howard County Arts Council will serve as one of the art advisors for the selection process. Selected artists will contract directly with the County and work with the public art project team to oversee all aspects of the artwork from design through project implementation, fabrication and installation. 

Eligibility: 
All professional artists in the United States may apply. Additionally, to be considered for this commission the artist must meet at least three of the following four criteria: 1) has completed public art commissions; 2) has received awards, grants or fellowships; 3) has had work exhibited in museums or galleries; and 4) has demonstrated artistic merit, excellence and innovation through past work.

Budget Details:
County funding for this artworks project will not exceed $460,000. 

Submission Procedures:
Interested artists may view the complete Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) and apply online at submittable.com/">hocoarts.submittable.com. Applications must be submitted no later than 4:00pm EST on March 29, 2019. 
Enclosure
269. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: The Bethesda Painting Awards
Date: 22 February 2019, 4:55 pm
There is just one week left to apply! awards" target="_blank">The Bethesda Painting Awards is downtown Bethesda's annual juried art competition that exclusively honors painters from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. $14,000 in prize monies are awarded to the top four painters annually. They'd love for YOU to apply for your chance to showcase your work in June 2019.

THE JUDGES:
The competition will be juried by:

Kyle Hackett, Professor of Studio Art, American University, and the 2014 Bethesda Painting Awards Winner;

Sue Johnson, Professor of Art, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and

Susan Zurbrigg, Painting and Drawing Area Head, Professor of Art, James Madison University.
TO APPLY:
Submit application, $25 entry fee and 5 images of your paintings. Artists must be 18 years of age or older and permanent, full-time residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D painting including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted.

The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width. All works on paper must be framed to full conservation standards. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the June 2019 Gallery B exhibition.

Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019

Enclosure
270. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition
Date: 15 February 2019, 3:30 am
DeadlineApril 02, 2019

Artists Magazine 's Annual Art Competition wants to honor your most outstanding work. If your art is deserving of being celebrated in the pages of Artists Magazine, this competition is for you! 

$24,000 in cash prizes plus publication in Artists Magazine

There is an entry fee. 

Details: Here

Prizes
CASH & PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: $2,500 each
  • 5 Second Place Awards: $1,250 each
  • 5 Third Place Awards: $750 each
  • 15 Honorable Mentions: $100 each
  • Winners’ names and work will be featured in the Jan/Feb 2020 issue of Artists Magazine
STUDENT PRIZES
  • 5 First Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)+ two free on-demand art courses
  • 5 Second Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value) + one free on-demand art course
  • 5 Third Place Awards: free subscription to Artists Network TV for 1 year ($199 value)
  • Award winners’ names and work will be featured in the December 2019 issue of Artists Magazine
Enclosure
271. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Virginia Commission for the Arts Accepting Grant Applications for FY20
Date: 14 February 2019, 4:00 am
The Virginia Commission for the Arts is now accepting applications for arts activities and projects that occur between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020.  

For more information:


The Virginia Commission for the Arts supports the arts through funding from the Virginia General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Commission distributes grant awards to Virginia artists, arts and other not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, educators and local governments and provides technical assistance in arts management.
 
For additional information, contact the Virginia Commission for the Arts, Main Street Centre, 600 East Main Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, (804) 225-3132. www.arts.virginia.gov
Enclosure
272. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Wanna go to an opening tomorrow?
Date: 9 February 2019, 10:49 am
In Search of Myself by Sonia Suter
In gorgeous Annapolis there is reception for a juried photography exhibit,entry/sales/salesgallery.php?exhibit=140" target="_blank"> “Focal Point” on Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 3-5 pm at the Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland. 

Juror: Jay Gould, Maryland Institute College of Art. 

One of Sonia Suter's conceptual photography images, “In Search of Myself,” will be in the show.  Here's a link to all of the images selected for the exhibition: CLICK HERE          

Sonia tells me that Brooke Shaden, the photographer who inspired her interest in conceptual photography, is also showing work in the exhibit.

The show dates are from Jan. 24 – Feb. 23, 2019. 
Enclosure