Hera Gallery Call for Entry

Hera Gallery Presents the Exhibition: SHAME

Juried by: Anna Dempsey

Concept: The exhibition SHAME attempts to lift the veils of submission and silence by exploring shame in its many dimensions. The concept of shame has reached a new level of urgency as we witness shaming being used as a strategic tactic in the current political climate where it has become common place and legitimized. Rather than purposefully confronting shame we are prone to step away from taking a close look at it’s nature and manifestations.

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Chat Club PVD, a new series of experimental performance and media

Chat Club PVD is a series of experimental performance and media. A bi-monthly curated cabaret and community salon, Chat Club PVD celebrates art that challenges genre, cultural hegemony, and institutions of the avant-garde. Chat Club embraces an exploratory, DIY ethos and provides an inclusive, supportive space for artistic experimentation, expression, and community conversations for performers and attendees. Performances include and are not limited to comedy (stand-up, sketch, improv), music, installation, literary readings, screenings, storytelling, performance art, and more. Chat Club PVD gathers to spark and sustain artistic collaboration and investigation.

Chat Club PVD debuts on Wednesday, January 16th on the AS220 Main Stage (Doors: 9:00 pm // Tickets: $5) featuring performers Alexander Dupuis, Muggs Fogarty, A.B. Khim, Benjamin Lundberg Torres Sánchez, Charlie Shields, Alyssa St. Franc, Florence Wallis, and Stine An. For more information on the debut event, click here.

Performers who are interested in submitting work for future editions of Chat Club PVD can reach out to the organizer Stine An at su_yon_an@brown.edu.

Warwick Center for the Arts Call to Artists

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“Abstract Swirls and Cells” by Patty Martucci

WCFA is seeking artwork for our upcoming 2019 Members Show running January 16-February 21, 2019. We are looking to highlight our artist members and their unique individual styles. All mediums will be accepted as well as all themes and subject matter. We encourage you to submit artworks that best represent you!

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South County Art Association- Call For Artwork from Workshops

Showcasing the variety of media and techniques offered in our educational program, this exhibit will feature work produced in SCAA classes and workshops by students of all levels and their instructors. All SCAA students are invited to submit up to three original works in any media. Works must have been produced in a SCAA class or workshop.

 

Artwork drop off between January 9th and 13th. For more information, click here.

6th International Open Call for Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts

The 6th Open Call for Entries: – A Juried International Photography Exhibition

Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts

A juried open call for contemporary voices in photography, open to all forms of photographic image-making in any process or technology, current or historical. The deadline is January 3rd, and will be juried by Aline Smithson. For more information, click here.

2019 WCFA Artist Member Show “Current Works”

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“Abstract Swirls and Cells” by Patty Martucci

Warwick Center For the Arts is seeking artwork for our upcoming 2019 Members Show running January 16-February 21, 2019. They are looking to highlight our artist members and their unique individual styles. All mediums will be accepted as well as all themes and subject matter. They encourage you to submit artworks that best represent you! Click here for more information.

Public Art Information

The Rhode Island State Council On the Arts has created a Google folder that contains information on public art. If you’d like to learn more about the Allocation For Public Facilities Act, RISCA’s process of selection or to see some samples of public art proposals that were selected, click here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Jxb7jx2ASEfQmcXVH_c5QJCgzuRWev0l?usp=sharing

All of RISCA’s public art projects can be seen on the Public Art Archive website: https://www.publicartarchive.org/. Just type “Rhode Island State Council On the Arts” into the search bar.

All of RISCA’s Requests For Qualifications can be seen on the callforentry.org website:https://www.callforentry.org/. Just type “Rhode Island” into the search bar.

For further information, contact Elizabeth.Keithline@arts.ri.gov.