Calls to Artists
in Kolaj #13

calls-to-artists

In Kolaj #13, we presented these Calls to Artists from Around the World:

The National Collage Society is hosting an online juried exhibition. The exhibition is open to all artists and will run from 23 November 2015 to 1 November 2016. Two types of awards, cash and materials, will be awarded. DEADLINE: Friday, 21 August 2015. To find out more, including fee information, and submit an entry visit their website HERE.

The Art Gallery of the Cultural Center of Domingos Martins, Brazil is looking for work for their International Exhibition of Mail Art with the theme of Good Emotions. It is free to enter and artists of all nationalities are welcomed. DEADLINE: 1 October 2015 and the show will run 1-27 November 2015. The format of the work should be 10 x 15 cm (4”x6”). Include your name, email, city and country on the back of the work (which will not be returned) and mail it to: Gislane Casotti, Rua Arthur Bernardes, 300, Praia da Costa, 29101-180 Vila Velha, Brazil. Find out more at the website HERE.

Canadian magazine BlackFlash is accepting entries from Canadian artists only for its “Optic Nerve 2015” image contest. Each entry must be an original, unpublished image (photograph, collage) or film/video work, not submitted elsewhere for publication, nor accepted elsewhere for publication, nor entered simultaneously in any other contest or competition for which it is also eligible to win a prize. The grand prize is $500 and the winning work will be featured in the Fall issue of the magazine and on its related social media platforms. The entry fee is $25 for up to 2 images. DEADLINE: All entries must be paid for or postmarked by 31 August 2015. For details visit their website HERE.

This News and Notes item originally appeared in Kolaj 13. To see other News and Notes from the world of collage, SUBSCRIBE to Kolaj or PURCHASE KOLAJ #13.

Image:
Glass negative by Lachmann showing Pablo Picasso and scene painters sitting on the front cloth for Léonide Massine’s ballet Parade, Diaghilev Ballets Russes, 1917 (The image is in the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London).