Open Calls & Member Opportunities
Virtual Time Capsule - Memory Project with the Queens Library @ Hunters Point, Culture Lab LIC and LIC-A
Beyond canvas, aluminum, linen, or wood, paper has a special resonance for everyone. It is what we used in school to create cards for our parents, or to create a masterpiece at age 7 when we were all artists.
Now as professionals, paper offers a thousand possibilities. We can sketch, draw and paint, collage, sculpt, create books, wall hangings, and photographs or allow the paper to be the art. In this challenge we invite the artists to engage in a conversation with paper in whatever way they imagine. The paper is the thing!
About the Juror
Susan Rostow is a Brooklyn-based multi-media visual artist. Through printmaking, sculptural books, 3D wall installation and animation, she explores the effects of time and nature’s cycles. She is currently an Artist in Residence at the New York Historical Society and in 2017 she was as an Artist in Residence at the New York Academy of Medicine, in collaboration with CENTRAL BOOKING. Her work has earned her a NYSCA / NYFA Artists Fellowship in Printmaking/Drawing/Book Arts and a Pollock-Krasner grant. She is represented in numerous collections, including the Alan Chasanoff Book Arts Collection at the Yale University Art Gallery in New Haven Connecticut and the Library of Congress National Print Archives in Washington DC. Rostow has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, including Atlantic Gallery’s SEEING THE UNSEEABLE, 2020 group show juried by Judith Kruger, and is the winner of a solo show at Atlantic Gallery, August 18 -29, 2020. In addition to Rostow’s active career as an artist, she is an innovative inventor of art materials and has made a major contribution to the printmaking community worldwide by inventing Akua soy-based inks.
LICA @ ATLANTIC 2020 PROSPECTUS NOW AVAILABLE! SIGN UP AND LAND IN STYLE!
NOVEMBER 10-28 2020 at ATLANTIC GALLERY IN CHELSEA: 548 West 28th street, Manhattan, between 10th and 11th Avenues. Our seventh year!
Open Call for Art: Feel the FRILL –
The Ginsburg Gauntlet Exhibition
Sculpture To Wear Gallery has a 21-year history of curating and hosting poignant, cutting-edge exhibitions by award-winning International artists. In keeping with this tradition, we are seeking edge dwellers, truth seekers and history makers for an exhibition honoring Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who “changed minds and made change happen”. The primarily on-line exhibition will feature wearable art collars similar to those worn by the Nortorious RBG to challenge, “throw down the gauntlet”, evoke opinion, dissent, or non-verbal expression ushering a distinct message, often against the establishment.
The show will be curated by Lisa M. Berman of Sculpture To Wear Gallery and additionally, judged by Human Rights Activist Jayne Herring and Berta Montoya – CFO of U.S. Lifestyle Group.
To learn more, visit: http://www.sculpturetowear.com/CollarofDissent/Callforentries
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Flux Factory has open studio space,
and we are looking for wonderful people to join the community. Flux Factory is in Long Island City, Queens and a vibrant community of artists. There is a full wood shop, print shop, small kiln, large shared gallery space and a large roof deck.
Three private workspace studios are currently available for a single artist or a share. The available studios are 163 - 210 square foot private and enclosed studios, they range from $800 - $875 plus some utilities costs. Studios can be shared, and COVID protocols are in place for safety.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org