- Annual All Student Art Exhibition, Boyden Gallery, SMCM
- St. Mary’s Project Exhibitions
- M&T Bank Show (selected from entries in the SMCM Annual student art show)
- Arts Bridge (contact Carrie Patterson)
- Boyden Gallery (collection management,gallery assistant/preparator)
- Media Services (web support, AV maintenance, video production)
- Office of Instructional Technology (instruction, tech support)
Ongoing Exhibition Opportunities
Apprentice Arts Gallery is looking for student art–OWNED BY AN SMCM ALUM
Apprentice Arts, a web-based gallery solely for student art, is looking for artists! Our mission is to support and promote student artists. Owned and operated by an SMCM Alum.
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ART In Embassies Program – DC
Established by the United States Department of State in 1964, the ART In Embassies Program is a global museum that exhibits original works of art by U.S. citizens in the public rooms of approximately 180 American diplomatic residences worldwide.
To submit images to ART staff for consideration in upcoming exhibitions please e-mail .jpg or .gif images of your works no larger than 50k in size.
The Art Connection in the Capital Region is Seeking Artwork
The Art Connection in the Capital Region (ACCR) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization started in 2004 to expand community access to art in the greater metropolitan area of Washington DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia.
Modeled after The Art Connection in Boston, which was founded by painter and sculptor Fay Chandler in 1995, ACCR facilitates the placement of original works of art donated by artists and art collectors within not-for-profit social service organizations to encourage healing and provide inspiration.
Organizations benefiting from this unique partnership often serve individuals faced with the most vulnerable circumstances and include: shelters, children’s centers, and treatment facilities, amongst others. The criterion for placement stipulates that a partnering organization must reside within the Capital Region and have no funding for art.
Artwork that is donated to the not-for-profit is considered a permanent donation, cannot be sold, and must be exhibited in a secure public area where clients served by the organization have direct access to it. To learn more about The Art Connection in the Capital Region, the communities it empowers, and the art donation process.
Dave Bown Projects Call for Art
Dave Bown Projects will be buying works of art, on an ongoing basis, from select artists as submissions are received. Prizes: $10,000 USD (1 artist will receive $5,000 and 5 artists will each receive $1,000). This competition is open to all visual artists who are 18 years of age or older. All styles and media are eligible. Entry fee.
Smack Mellon Site Specific Proposals
Smack Mellon is interested in proposals that consider the unusual architecture of the gallery space and encourage site-specific projects. These proposals can be considered for any show at Smack Mellon. If you are applying with a site-specific project, and also applying as an Emerging or Mid-Career Artist, please make sure to mark that category along with Site-Specific Proposal on your package so you are considered for both categories. Deadline is rolling.
Sketchbook Project 2014
The Sketchbook Project is a global, crowd-sourced art project and interactive, traveling exhibition of handmade books. Our community is made up of over 75,000 people, and our permanent collection at Brooklyn Art Library holds over 26,000 sketchbooks from 135 countries around the globe.
We invite participants from all walks of life to fill the pages of a blank sketchbook and send it back for inclusion in our ever-growing library of inspiration.
Anyone, from anywhere in the world, can participate in the project.
Local Exhibition Opportunities
Large Public Arts Organizations
Individual Public Art Spaces
National Artist Opportunity Listings
- Art Opportunities Monthly
- College Art Association (requires annual membership)