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08-19-2002, 08:44 PM
A couple coming up fast:

Normal/Abnormal: Bodies & Minds
This exhibition, juried by Ann Starr, will examine experiences of physical, emotional, and mental abnormality. These include literal abnormality on the one hand: mental illness, physical handicaps, or disfigurement. They also examine the ways we sometimes feel grotesque or wrong in comparison to whatever we consider normal. The latter will be an important part of the show as well: what do we think normal is? Why do we so often attempt to rearrange ourselves to be "normal"? Is normal better or worse than abnormal? Two-dimensional work is especially invited: painting, prints, drawings, photography and artists' books. Entry Due Date: October 26, 2002. Woman Made Gallery, 1900 S. Prairie Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60616. Phone: 312.328.0038. Fax: 312.328.1108. www.womanmade.org/pdfs/normalabnormal2003.pdf

Bicentennial Connections
Call forentries. Bicentennial Connections, a 15-state juried exhibition of works on paper. Visual Arts, Scool of Creative and Performing Arts, Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, Louisiana. As part of the statewide Bicentenial Celebration of the Louisiana Purchase in 2003, the Visual Arts Faculty at Northwestern State University, Natchitoches (the first permanent settlement in the entire Louisiana Territory), invites artists to enter a juried competition of works on paper. No theme is required. Slides must be postmarked or hand delivered by 5:00pm October 1, 2002. Contact: Dr. Roberta Walters, Visual Arts, School of Creative and Performing Arts, Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, LA 71497. Phone: 318.357.6560. [email protected]

As of 8/20/02

Juried show in conjunction with exhibition of works by master printmakers Picasso, Matisse, Johns, Rauschenburg, Dine, Twombly, etc. held at 416 West Gallery in burgeoning art city of Denison, Texas (Dallas area). 2 finalist prizes of $500, grand prize $2,000. Exhibition November 2 - December 21, 2002. Entry postmark deadline September 19. Entry fee - $30 for 3 slides, $5 each additional (5 maximum). Send SASE for prospectus to 416 West Gallery, 416 West Main, Denison, TX 75020 or send E-mail request to [email protected]

Funeria presents “Ashes to Art” - 2nd International Juried Funerary Art Exhibition: Jan. 30-Feb. 2, 2003 Fort Mason Center Conference Center, San Francisco, CA. Slide deadline: postmarked by October 4. Juried. Awards include Best of Show ($500), Purchase Award and others. Open to all artists working in 3D media including clay, glass, metal, wood, fiber, stone, mixed media and innovative materials to create sculpture, urns and vessels for keeping or dispersing funerary ashes. Fee: $25/1-3 entries. $5/additional slide, 6 slides max. Commission: 40%. For PROS send SASE to: Funeria, Box 221, Graton, CA 95444 or download at http://www.funeria.com/ashesart_pros.pdf

Deadline November 30, 2002
Artworks on Chemistry
"Aesthetics and Visualization in Chemistry", special issue of HYLE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PHILOSOPHY OF CHEMISTRY
HYLE International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry solicits artistic contributions to is special issue on "Aesthetics and Visualization in Chemistry", scheduled for 2003. For more information and guidelines, please contact the editor, Joachim Schummer, Dep. of Philosophy, University of Karlsruhe, D-76128 Karlsruhe, Germany; e-mail [email protected]

fax +49-69-79 12 35 861.

No fees.

LA PETITE X, 2002. All artists living in North America. Small Format Competition, 2 & 3 D, entries $10 ea - 3/$25, $2200 Awards, Slides are due October 11, 2002. For a prospectus send an SASE to: Alder Gallery, Box 8517, Coburg OR 97408 OR 541-342-6411 OR http://www.alderart.com

http://www.quantummuse.com/artwork_submissions.html - Quantum Muse Science Fiction/Fantasy Magazine art submission guidelines

Whalelane on-line journal - contact them for submission guidelines

08-20-2002, 11:21 AM
boy have you been busy!!!

thanks for the links!


08-21-2002, 12:53 PM
The Rome Art Coterie is sponsoring a juried show open to all artists over eighteen years of age in Georgia and bordering states. Work in any traditional or non-traditional 2D or 3D media completed within the past eighteen months is eligible. John de la Vega, nationally known artist, composer and poet has agreed to jury the show. Total prize money is $1,000.00. Send inquiries to: Rome Art Coterie, 20 Silver Terrace, Lindale, GA 30147 or go to our web site www.romeartcoterie.com to download the prospectus and application.