|Art Rock, the latest fair presented by Stitch Rock, is seeking vendors.|
Art RockArt Rock seeks artists who make "pop-surrealist, outsider, lowbrow and street art or DIY fashion, funky jewelry or home deco items" for its May 12 art show and indie marketplace at Armory Art Center, 1700 Parker Ave., West Palm Beach. Vendor fees for Art Rock, which is presented by Stitch Rock, range from $50 to $80. For details, see vendor form. Accepted vendors will be notified via e-mail by May 1, and the event will run noon to 6 p.m. May 12 at Armory Art Center, 1700 Parker Ave., West Palm Beach.
Artists, filmmakers and performers
Beyond the Lucky Break is seeking work from artists, filmmaker and performers for a May 19 show titled Re: Vision. The works, according to BTLB, should "explore the theme of vision or revision (using formal or conceptual methods). These may be in ways that are quite straightforward, or which are abstract, conceptual or in other ways surprising or inventive. Beyond the Lucky Break is eager to see just how you make work of any media or genre (video, paint, collage, photography, printmaking, sculpture, mixed media, performance, music, etc.) sharing your own perspective as a source of inspiration and exploration." Artists should submit 3 images of work (and performers should submit a video sample) along with their name, e-mail address, and phone number to Bluestreetfilms@gmail.com. The resulting show will open on May 19 and run through June 9 at 1310 Gallery in Fort Lauderdale. Deadline is March 15.
|There's no place like home, except maybe Undergrounds Coffeehaus with its delish coffee and tater tots. The theme of their next art exhibition is The Wizard of Oz. Check it out or I'll get you and your little dog too. Haha.|
For Undergrounds Coffeehaus's next exhibition, follow the yellow brick road to the part of your brain reserved for ruby slippers, flying monkeys, lollipop kids, munchkins, scarecrows and cowardly lions. The theme is The Wizard of Oz and artists are asked to consider the book, movie or adaptations such as Wicked or the Tin Man Sci-Fi series. All mediums are welcome and those interested in submitting work for the Fort Lauderdale cafe's show should e-mail Aileen Liptak through Undergrounds Facebook page. The deadline is March 17 and the show will be held March 24.
South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowships
The time to start thinking about South Florida Cultural Consortium is now. South Florida artists who have lived and worked n Broward, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, Martin or Monroe counties since at least October 2011 will be eligible to apply and artists must provide proof of residency before receiving an award of $7,500 or $15,000. Matching funds are not required and a maximum of two fellowships will be awarded in each county. The deadline is October 2012. Call Brandi Reddick, 305-375-5436 or e-mail Brandi@miamidade.gov.
Your iPhone images please ...
The Lunch Box Gallery in Miami is seeking artists for iPhoneography: Updated Visual Dialogs, a show designed to "explore the social phenomenon of iPhoneography as a personal tool globally used to generate visual content, be shared and therefore, communicate." Artists 18 and up may submit one to three photos taken and edited on an iPhone in each $15 submission. They may enter more than once (with an additional $15 fee for every one to three images). The Wynwood gallery plans to exhibit at least one of every three photographs that each photographer submits. Deadline is March 4. For complete guidelines, visit Thelunchboxgallery.com.
Experimental films and video needed
6th Street Container seeks local artists' experimental films and videos for screening at a film event that will happen every two months starting in September at its Little Havana venue. "We are coordinating with O Cinema for possible rotation and a yearly film festival," says founder Adalberto Delgado. This is ongoing so there is no deadline. Interested artists should e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rossetti Fine Art (132 S.W. 15th Street, Pompano Beach) seeks submissions for Kaleidescope, its juried open-themed, open-media competition with $500 in awards. The juror is artist, educator and author Barbara Falletta. Maximum size is 60 x 60 inches, and 96 x 96 inches for sculptures. Pre-register by e-mailing contact info, titles, medium and prices to Tom@tomrossetti.com, and sending check postmarked no later than March 9 to Rossetti Fine Art, 132 S.W. 15th St., Pompano Beach, FL 33060. Intake is 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 10. Accepted artists will be contacted before March 13, the day that unaccepted works are to be picked up (11 a.m. to 4 p.m.). A 25 percent commission is added to the price of each artwork sold at the gallery. Entry fee is $20, $10 for additional entries. Call 954-247-9580 or visit Tomrossetti.com.
|Jordan Vineyard and Winery turns to artists in Miami and three other cities for its 40th birthday|
The art of drinking wine in Miami
Jordan Vineyard and Winery is celebrating its 40th with its 4 on 4 Art Competition, billed as "a four-city initiative [Miami, New York, Los Angeles and Dallas] that challenges local artists to create a commemorative work of art that blends the elegance of Jordan wines with the flavor of each city."
Bakehouse Art Complex, which is organizing the Miami competition, will accept submissions from artists who live and work in Miami-Dade, Broward or Monroe County, through 5 p.m. March 10 (at 561 N.W. 32nd Street, Miami 33127) or online (http://blog.jordanwinery.com/2012/01/4on4-art-competition-miami-artist-call-for-entries-contest-overview-submission-guidelines). The grand prize is "$5,000 and the opportunity to be featured in two art exhibitions, publicity campaigns and Jordan 40th anniversary commemorative gifts. The winning work will be transformed into a limited-edition piece which will be distributed to Jordan's loyal customers across South Florida." Runner-up and second runner-up receive $2,000 and $1,000 respectively and the chance to be featured in two art shows.
The Top 40 South Florida artists will be elected to participate in a March 29 show at the Bakehouse, where judges will select 10 works to be shown April 2 at a private Miami Beach event where the grand prize and runners-up (as judged by NBC Miami co-anchor Roxanna Vargas, Gallery Diet director Nina Johnson, ArtNexus associate publisher Susanne Birbragher and Michael Schwartz of Michael's Genuine) will be named.
|Artist and curator AdrienneRose Gionta has a new project in the works. Like Say My Name, one of her previous projects (see above), it's about her name. It's also about you ... if you participate.|
Artist and curator AdrienneRose Gionta is seeking collaborators for her Sign My Name project, and taking part is ever so easy-peasy. All participants must do is sign AdrienneRose Gionta's name on a piece of paper and include their name, age, current location, relation to artist (how you know her), motto and favorite color on the back of their submission or in a separate e-mail.
Collaborators should then mail their signature of AdrienneRose's name(AdrienneRose Gionta, c/o MBUS, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach FL 33139) or photograph or scan it and then e-mail it her Adriennerose.email@example.com.
Says Gionta in her statement: "I am interested in collecting and observing the differences and similarities in how each person that is connected to me signs my name. My signature of my name along with your signature of my name will be analyzed by a graphologist. Each signature, along with the results, will be compiled into the Sign My Name project catalog. Select signatures will be produced as neon signs for a future installation."
I love easy-peasy fun projects, so count me in. Deadline is May 1.