The Portland Winter Light Festival
is looking for contemporary artists and more venue ideas. The festival hasn't been around that long but is looking to expand its serious contemporary art participation. If you have some innovative ideas bounce them off their staff... so far its been more of a cold dark damp burningman vibe but PNCA's faulty and programs are involved this year so they are deepening their offerings. Here is the link. Deadline: September 29th
Many Contemporary artists love libraries (why shouldn't they?) and the West Linn Library is looking for proposals
. Deadline: September 29th
The Obama Foundation is looking to help artists get a leg up
. True they seem to want art that is described in just a few words (because not much space) but that isnt always a bad thing. Deadline: October 6
Event Horizon is a home for literary and graphic arts and this is a call for submissions:
Event Horizon is seeking poetry, fiction, and non-fiction of many varieties.
Event Horizon is calling for graphic arts suitable for a 2D publication: illustration of any variety, photography and photography of craft work, and pictures with stories comprising manga, graphic novels, comics and cartoons.
There is no fee for submitting nor is there payment upon acceptance. Event Horizon comes out quarterly - approximately with the equinoxes and solstices. Submissions for Issue 3 will close around March 1.
The best place to start for any questions is the website and a glimpse at issues 1 and 2.
The website and free pdf downloads can be found at eventhorizonmagazine.com .
All submissions and inquiries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org .
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