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The art world’s source for income and exhibition opportunities. A searchable database and magazine that lists local and national juried artist competitions, grants, call for submissions, art jobs, art festivals, residencies, fellowships, & more… Also see comprehensive artist support services..
Art Deadlines List
Art contests and competitions, art jobs and internships, art scholarships, grants and fellowships, art festivals, call for entries/proposals/projects, and other opportunities, in all disciplines, for art students, art teachers, and artists of all ages.
ArtNetwork has been helping artists empower themselves since 1986 through its books, artist directories, mailing lists and most recently through its online gallery. We continue to grow by bringing you new approaches to marketing your work and growing your art business.
ART OPPORTUNITIES MONTHLY
A carefully screened art opportunities list for traditional and contemporary artists working in painting, sculpture, photography, film, video, printmaking, book art, computer art, collage, weaving, fiber, textiles, ceramics, papermaking, mixed media, photography, computer art, monoprint, pastel, performance art, drawing, enameling, wood carving, crafts, jewelry, installation art, new media, public art, gouache, watercolor and painting.
Arts Organizations, Associations, Societies & Clubs
The link between artists and manufacturers.
Founded in 1984, provides a bi-monthly commentary and resource for the fine and performing arts and includes art editorials, art reviews and critiques, short fiction, poetry, opportunities listings, essays on dance, theater, film, music and an extensive calendar of cultural events. ART TIMES Online carries the all print information as well as additional essays and resources.
The Arts Map has been designed to make it easy to find arts sources and resources on a geographical basis. The Arts Map is about inclusion, not exclusion. Our intention is to provide an interface which will benefit everyone interested in the arts. Arts community members are cordially invited to create markers and put themselves, their work, or their organizations “on the map.”