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Fall has arrived. And with the changing leaves and cozy hoodies comes a new batch of arts opportunities!

Be sure to apply, support, and share these with those you love and sort of like.



Call for Art: Annual Large Works Show

Deadline: Friday September 19th, 2014

Where: Atlantic Wharf Gallery, 290 Congress Street, Boston, MA

How: Official Website

What/Why: “The Fort Point Arts Community seeks submissions of FPAC members’ large works or site specific installations for Atlantic Wharf gallery, in conjunction with FPAC’s 35th Annual Open Studios.To be considered, works must be a minimum of 32 inches in at least one direction and able to be hung on the wall. Guest juror: Randi Hopkins, Associate Director of Visual Arts at the Boston Center of the Arts, and is a Boston-based curator and arts writer.”


Exhibition Opportunity — Newton Free Library

Where: Newton Free Library, Newton, MA

How: Official Website

What/Why: “The Newton Free Library presents monthly shows of two-dimensional works by New England area artists in our two exhibiting spaces, the Gallery and Main Hall. We are a state-of-the-art facility visited by more than 13,000 people weekly. The Library Art Committee meets twice each year to select shows for the following year. Applications are now being accepted for exhibits for the July-December 2015 time period”


Call for Art (feat. a fantastic juror): Visual Alchemy

Exhibition Dates: January 02-25th, 2015

Where: Fountain Street Fine Art, Framingham, MA

How: Official Website

Deadline: October 22nd, 2014 

What/Why: “Tangible evidence of experimentation, discovery and transformation… Juror Elizabeth Devlin-curator, art consultant, and founder of FLUX. Boston.” 


Job Opening: Marketing Manager

Where: New Art Center, Newtonville, MA

What/Why: Learn more about the Marketing Manager position here.


Call for Work: Annual Small Works Exhibition

Deadline: October 17th, 2014

Where: Porter Mills Studios, 95 Rantoul Street, Beverly MA 01915

Exhibition Dates: November 6th-December 21st, 2014

How: Official Website

What/Why: “The Gallery at Porter Mill is once again accepting submissions for its Annual Small Works Exhibition! We invite artists of all media to submit works up to 12x12x12 to be on display November 6th – December 21st. Deadline for submissions is October 17th.”


Idea Competition: Pipeline

Budget: $1,000

Deadline: November 21st, 2014

Where: Medfield, MA

How: Official Website

What/Why: Dazzle us with your creative ideas to re-use massive cast iron water pump components for functional items like seating or bike racks, way-finding and signage, or sculpture. One winning entry will receive $1,000.

The project will celebrate the quirky anomalies and rich history of the abandoned state mental hospital in Medfield, MA. The goal is to bring the winning idea to life and connect residents and visitors to the new park, hiking trails, river vistas, and history of the area.”


R Visions for Chinatown

Budget: $1,000 (per project)

Deadline: September 19th, 2014

Where: Chinatown, Boston, MA

How: Official Website

What/Why: The Wong/Yee Gallery of the Chinese Progressive Association is excited to announce a new call to artists.

The project, entitled R Visions for Chinatown, will be a one-week series of temporary art interventions in Boston’s Chinatown sited on or highlighting public parcels or vacant properties with potential for community development.

Artists working in any medium are welcome to apply. Priority will be given to concepts for projects that focus on the theme of stabilizing Chinatown’s future. To apply, please submit a Letter of Interest (LOI) to the Wong/Yee Gallery by Friday, September 19, 2014.”


Guggenheim Fellowships

Deadline: September 19th, 2014

What/Why: “Applications are now being accepted for Guggenheim Fellowships, for advanced professionals in all fields, including the creative arts (in the field of performing arts, artists must perform their own original material to be eligible), to further the development of scholars and artists by assisting them to engage in research in any field of knowledge and creation in any of the arts, under the freest possible conditions. Grants are to individuals only (but are not available to students) and have been averaging $43,200. Learn more.” (via ArtSake)


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