Foundry Art Centre, St. Charles | Figurative Works exhibition

ARTIST OPPORTUNITIES

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Johnson County Arts & Heritage CenterOverland Park, Kansas“Resilience, Reflection, Rebuilding: Artists Respond to Covid-19” exhibition
July 2020 – January 2021
Theme: experiences and feelings during the pandemic and considering it as a catalyst for change
– open to artists with a connection to Johnson County
– all media
July 15
National Women’s Caucus for Art, Midwest RegionNew York, New York (national office)“PERSIST and Reimagine” virtual exhibition
August 31 – October 31
Theme: persisting under challenging conditions and reimagining the shape of things to come
– open to all women-identified and non-binary artists living in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin
– all media
July 15
EXTENDED FROM JULY 8
Mid-America Arts AllianceKansas CityArtist INC Kansas City
Fall 2020
– open to artists within 80 miles of Kansas City
– eight-session series of seminars teaching artists business skills specific to their arts practice
July 24
City Foundry STLSt. LouisREQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Interior murals
Theme: celebrating St. Louis’ food talent and innovation
– open to artists in St. Louis region
– three murals inside the 30,000 sq. ft. Food Hall of the City Foundry STL mixed-use development
July 24
Columbia Art LeagueColumbia“Monochrome” exhibition
July 28 – September 10
Theme: exploration of one color; variations in shade, tone, and tint of a single hue
– all media
July 24 & 25
Steelville Arts CouncilSteelville“Metal, Glass, Fiber Art” exhibition
July 30 – August 29
– 2D and 3D media
July 26
Cinema St. LouisSt. LouisSt. Louis International Film Festival
November 5-15
– documentary and narrative features and shorts
July 31
SquareSt. LouisREQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Visual art for office space
Theme: economic empowerment, legacy of the newspaper industry, and evolution of technology, while reflecting the region’s rich culture and diversity
– open to artists in St. Louis metropolitan area
– for Square’s office space at downtown Art Deco/industrial former headquarters of St. Louis Post-Dispatch newspaper
– all media
July 31
Nebraska Arts CouncilOmaha, NebraskaREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
Art for newly renovated building at University of Nebraska Lincoln
– open to artists in Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, and South Dakota
– cohesive artwork uniting differing parts of the building, focusing on the beauty and big picture of the entire state and the building’s technology-oriented use
July 31
Hannibal Arts CouncilHannibal“Holy Cow!” exhibition
August 15 – September 12
Theme: anything bovine-related: cows, daily food and drinks, milk delivery people, etc.
– open to artists within 50 miles of Hannibal
– 2D and 3D media
August 10 & 12
Hannibal Arts CouncilHannibal“Down on the Farm” Photography Channel exhibition
August 15 – September 12
Theme: farm life – families, animals, buildings, machinery, produce, activities, etc.
– open to artists from any location
– digital image exhibit viewed on the Hannibal Arts Council gallery’s 55-inch 3-D TV
– digital images from camera, phone, Instagram, Facebook, etc.
August 12
Mainstreet Macon Downtown Association and Macon Area Chamber of CommerceMaconFork & Cork Artisan Festival
August 22
– artists, artisans, and crafters
August 20
Buttonwood Art SpaceKansas City“Visions of the Flint Hills” online virtual exhibition
October 2 – November 20
Theme: the Flint Hills region of Kansas, the largest tallgrass prairie in the U.S.
– open to artists registered with free artist profile
– all media
August 31
Greater Augusta Chamber of CommerceAugusta18th Annual Augusta Plein Air Art Festival
BEING RESCHEDULED TO SEPTEMBER 2020
– plein air paint out, workshops, and special events
September, TBD
Columbia Art LeagueColumbia“The Figure” exhibition
September 15 – November 5
Theme: the human figure
– all media
September 11 & 12
Steelville Arts CouncilSteelville“Shutterbugs IV and Gourd Art” exhibition
September 17 – October 3
Theme: dual exhibition of photography and gourd art
– 2D and 3D media
September 13
Steelville Arts CouncilSteelville“Explosion of Cool Content III” exhibition
October 8-31
Theme: abstract art
– 2D and 3D media
October 4
City of St. Peters, St. Peters Cultural Arts CentreSt. Peters$100 or Less” Art Show & Sale
October 22 – December 13
– all works must be for sale and priced at or below $100
– 2D and 3D media
October 19
Hannibal Arts CouncilHannibal“Art in the Open” billboards
2021
– open to artists within 50 miles of Hannibal
– four billboards (three adult, one youth division) in northeast Missouri and western Illinois
– images of 2D and 3D visual media and of performing and literary arts
November 6
Buttonwood Art SpaceKansas City“Nature’s Bounty” exhibition
January 4 – March 25, 2021
Theme: anything from nature, including nature-inspired abstract works
– open to artists registered with free artist profile
– all media
November 10
National Park ServicenationwideRESIDENCIES
Artist-in-Residence in national parks
– visual arts, literature, music, other creative media
– two- to four-week residencies
Rolling
Amalgam Gallery of ArtCaledoniaArt Displays and Sales
– 2D and 3D media
– focused on Missouri artists
Rolling
City of ChesterfieldChesterfield Art Exhibit at City Hall
– open to artists living in or near St. Louis City and St. Louis County
– 2D and 3D media
Rolling, 12-week exhibits
Cultural Corner Art Guild & GalleryChillicotheOpen Exhibits, 2019
July – automotive, all media
August – animals, all media
October – pottery and glass
November – photography
Rolling
Access Arts / School of ServiceColumbiaRESIDENCIES
Artists in Residence
– residencies three months to one year
– ceramics, drawing, fiber, jewelry, metal, painting, digital photography, printmaking
Rolling
Hannibal Arts Council and Hannibal ClinicHannibal“Art For The Health Of It” exhibition at Hannibal Clinic
Year-round, rotating
Rolling
ArtsKCKansas CityNow Showing program
– three-month exhibition periods
– open to visual artists in the Kansas City metro area
– opportunities for artists to display their work in local business spaces
Rolling
Kansas City Public TheatreKansas CityTheatre Lab
September-May annual season
– open to artists in the Kansas City region
– productions of new and experimental work in development
Rolling
Always accepted, but submit by spring to be considered for that year’s new season
Charlotte Street FoundationKansas CityProgramming for Gallery Space and Performance Space at 3333 Wyoming
– open to all artists as long as the project engages specifically with Kansas City artists or the community
– contemporary arts projects such as visual art exhibitions, installations, original live performances (dance, theater, music, performance art, spoken word, etc.), video screenings, literary readings/events, public programs, and collaborative projects
Rolling
Reviewed on January 31 and July 31
New space at 3333 Wyoming opens in spring 2020; all proposals received
will be considered for slots in 2020 and possibly later
Kirkwood Public LibraryKirkwoodArt Gallery Exhibitions
– open to artists in the St. Louis metropolitan area
– exhibitions change throughout the year
– 2D media
Rolling
Cottey College, Art GalleryNevadaArt Gallery exhibitions
– new and established artists
– solo and group exhibitions
– 2D and 3D media
Rolling
Houska GallerySt. LouisGallery exhibitions
– emerging and mid-level artists from the St. Louis region
Rolling
The Dark Room at The GrandelSt. LouisThe Dark Room Gallery exhibitions
– open to artists and curators in the St. Louis region
– solo and group exhibitions
– lens-based disciplines, including video
Rolling
River StyxSt. LouisRiver Styx magazine
Poetry, prose; digital illustrations, graphic short stories, paintings, photographs, prints
Rolling
Paul ArtspaceSt. LouisRESIDENCIES
Artists/Writers Residency Program & Curatorial Residency Program
– one- to three-month residencies
Feb. 28 for residencies beginning June, July, Aug.
May 31 for residencies beginning Sept., Oct., Nov.
Dec. 31 for residencies beginning March, April, May
Drury UniversitySpringfieldPool Art Center Gallery and Drury on C-Street Gallery exhibitions
– 2D and 3D media
Rolling
OIC StudiosSedaliaOnline Radio
– supporting original creative content such as music, spoken word, comedy, live performances
– recorded podcasts and live open mic events
Rolling
Springfield Regional Arts CouncilSpringfieldMidtown Carnegie Branch Library installations
– five or more canvases, large-scale preferred
Rolling, 3-month installations
Springfield Regional Arts CouncilSpringfieldCorporate Art Program: Structure Gallery
– ceramics, glass, metal, mixed media, wood, and other 3D and sculptural art
– fine art or functional
– images of artwork are placed in the Artist Catalog presented to businesses with options to lease or purchase
Rolling
City of Town and CountryTown and Country (St. Louis region)Longview Farm House Art Gallery exhibitions
– 2D and limited amounts of 3D media
Rolling
Kansas Public LibraryKansas City, KansasGallery Exhibitions
2020 – 2021
– exhibitions in gallery spaces at five public libraries
– duration for each exhibit is one to two months
– 2D and 3D media
Rolling
P&M ArtworksPrairie Village, KansasExhibitions
– all media, especially jewelry and leather work
Rolling