Upcoming opportunities to exhibit, learn, earn or perhaps even teach, from all over the place (but mostly in Australia and the USA.) ** New additions
See also SNAG’s Springboard, (the successor to SNAGnet) to check out and add new opportunities.
** Patina Gallery seeks Master International Artists. Make ‘Soul-Stirring’ works? Wanna be one of 3 artists added to their stable? No deadline, but post went up Jan 23rd, so perhaps sooner rather than later?
** Tributaries: Call for entries. The Metal Museum, in Memphis, has an ongoing call for exhibitions from emerging and mid-career artists. First deadline Feb 2013, for upcoming shows, and they keep applications on file for 2 years.
** The Imperial Centre for the Arts + Sciences in North Carolina have a permanent exhibition call out, with shows booked 2-3 years in advance.
Haystack’s Open Studio Residency. Open to anyone who can get themselves there. Deadline March 1 2013.
** Neddy at Cornish. $25K prize open to artists in the Puget Sound region (Seattle), one award will go to a painter, the other open to any visual artist, with six x $1000 finalist prizes. Deadline March 3.
Confluence: 2013 SNAG Juried Student Exhibition. North American students, to go on show in Toronto at the SNAG conference in May. Entries due March 1st (check time).
Design Sans Frontières: Metal Artists In Collaboration. Two designers, one vision. One major clause – one of your pair must be a member of the Metal Arts Guild of Canada. Due March 15th 2013.
** Earrings Galore! Submissions wanted by Heidi Lowe Gallery. Due March 15th.
Artist Blacksmith Association of North America – first ever convention. Lumpkin and Columbus, Georgia. March 15-17 2013.
Revolt. 22nd Legnica international Jewellery competition. Cash + silver prizes and/or exhibition opportunity. Actual works due (which must include silver and respond to the theme) March 29th.
** Appalachian Center for Craft: Call out for solo or group exhibitions 2014-2015. Due March 31st, 2013.
** Finally, Lord Coconut in Melbourne has outdone himself by publishing this listing of opportunities for artists in his gallery. As ever, this is to exhibit jewellery for men. Thanks to Karen at Melbourne Jeweller for the heads up.