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Friday 08.07.09

« Jordan Tull's debut at Tractor Gallery | Main | Complete video of Incompletely opening »

tons of opportunities

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Dana Fenwick, from the Plastic Quilt project

"Leave No Plastic Behind" is seeking submissions for the National Plastic Quilt Project. "Environmental advocates, as part of Leave No Plastic Behind (LNPB), are quilting together a message that favors alternatives to single-use plastic. Since 80% of this plastic travels to sea from land via rivers and streams, The National Plastic Quilt Project was created as a tool for bringing the issue back home... The Project takes place August 15-October 15 and includes an avoidance of single-use plastic, an accumulation of unavoidable plastic and a creation of a 12" square quilt patch from any parts of the unavoidable plastic collected." The submission deadline is August 15 and quilt squares will be due in late October. Details and submission info are on the LNPB website.


Calling PSU art department alumni: The Portland State Art Alumni & Friends committee is seeking submissions for OUTLOOK, the 2nd annual recent alumni exhibition. Graduates of PSU's art programs between 2005 & 2009 are eligible. Deadline August 21. Submission forms and guidelines can be found on the committee's website.


The NW Film Center is seeking submissions for the 2009 Oregon Media Arts Fellowship. The fellowship(s) "provide financial and other support for production expenses to enable Oregon film or video artists to create or complete new work or works in progress... recognizing and assisting media artists whose work shows exceptional promise and who have demonstrated a commitment to film or video art." The fellowships are funded by the Oregon Arts Commission, the Gordon D. Sondland and Katherine J. Durant Foundation and Oregon Public Broadcasting, and are administered by the NW Film Center. Deadline October 1. Details and submission guidelines are available on the NW Film Center website.


Percent for Art, the Oregon Arts Commission's public art funding program, is seeking submissions for the Oregon State Hospital Replacement Project. Salem's Oregon State Hospital needs site-specific works of art that "involve the patient community." Deadline September 4. More details and submission guidelines are on the OAC website.


Launch Pad is seeking submissions for their annual summer/fall open-call salon style group show. This year's theme is "Family." The show will run October 2-November 1, 2009, and space is limited to the first 100 artists. Hurry up and apply now on Launch Pad's website.


Bamboo Grove Salon is putting out an open call for submissions for their first annual September print show. They'll "hang up clotheslines around the gallery and clothespinning homemade art prints in the air. Gallery patrons can purchase prints and take them home the day of the event, before the rain comes in." Contact bamboogroveassistant@gmail.com for more details. More info on the gallery is on their website.


FoundPortland, a benefit exhibition for the Architectural Heritage Center of Portland, is seeking submissions for the November show. Works should be "inspired by or representing our historic built environment." Deadline October 2. More exhibit and submission info is available on the FoundPortland website.

Posted by Megan Driscoll on August 07, 2009 at 12:51 | Comments (0)


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