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Many different organizations are looking for you... the artist! See the list below for deadlines for juried shows, public art projects, and more.

Calls to Artists:

  • In the summer of 2016 the Arts Council of Martin County is having an art exhibit featuring the current art work of high school students who have exhibited in the Marvin S. Cone Annual High School Juried Art Show over the past 29 years. This will be a juried competition and we would like to include all varieties of art including commercial art of any kind, body art, fine art, architecture, photography, illustration, painting, etc. We want to showcase the production of your art as it stands today. We are looking for past students who are now employed in some form of art career, or are doing their own personal art for pleasure and relaxation. If you know of other artists who might not be on my list please pass along this information. (Click the title above for entry form.)

    If you have any questions you may contact Jennifer Hearn at (772)287-6676 ext 6, or you may contact me at my email address below. I hope to hear from many of you and wish to have a very successful art show this summer.
    Sincerely, Tom Prestopnik tjpresto2002@yahoo.com

  • The Fort Pierce Jazz & Blues Society
    for Jazz Week, March 28 - April 1

  • This year, Ground Floor Farm is kicking off ArtsFest 2016 with its second annual Chautauqua, a variety show featuring lectures, music, dance, theatre, stories, and more, all exploring ideas about home.
    Friday, February 19th, 2016. Welcome Home - Theme

  • Applications will be accepted between now and December 30, 2015 to exhibit at the Court House Cultural Center for the 2016-2017 year. The application is located on the Programs/Cultural Center Gallery page of the website, or click on the pdf file above.

  • Come join us in celebrating 500 years of Cattle Culture in Florida. This Exhibition will depict “Florida Cracker Culture” from the time of the Spaniards to modern day times keeping Florida’s Cow Culture alive. Selected artwork will be installed in the Brick City Center for the Arts Gallery, Ocala FL from January 1st through January 31st, 2016. Public Opening of the exhibit will be January 5th. Cow Culture and Awards Gala will be January 8th, at 7 pm.

  • The House of Refuge on Hutchinson Island is calling all 2D artists and photographers living in Martin County, St. Lucie County, and Palm Beach County to submit work to Martin County Celebrated: A Juried Small Works Art & Photography Exhibition. Deadline for digital entries is Monday, January 25th. Please read the prospectus for complete rules and details. Exhibition runs February 6th - 20th in the Keeper's Quarters at the House of Refuge. Visit our websites: www.houseofrefugefl.org or www.elliottmuseum.org.

  • Seeking artists to help with the "Art from the Heart" project

  • Deadline: January 4, 2016 Final selections will be chosen based on artistic excellence and originality in reflection of our theme “enriching lives through diversity.”

  • Florida's Art in State Buildings (ASB) Program is seeking artists to submit their work for consideration for two public art projects:

    NEW! The Newell Hall Renovation at the University of Florida has an art budget of $45,000. The entry deadline is Thursday, February 19, 2016 at 5 pm. For questions about the Newell Hall Renovation, please see the UF Art in State Buildings page or contact the Project Administrator, Bryan yeager, at pubart@arts.ufl.edu or (352) 273-3043.

    The University of South Florida St. Pertersburg Kate Tiedemann College of Business has an art budget of $100,000. The entry deadline is January 6, 2016 at 5 pm. For more information, please see the USFSP Public Art page.

  • Call for Art Educator

    Gateway to the Arts is a library grant based art facility located in Golden Gate. Looking for a few artists to teach classes Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 3:30 to 5:30 for all ages. Specifically to teach printmaking, but open to proposals.

    Lisa Holland
    Family Place Coordinator/Events Coordinator-Gateway to the Arts
    Martin County Library System
    Martin County Board of County Commissioners
    772-288-5400 ext. 8316
    lisaholl@martin.fl.us

  • VSAFL is seeking teaching artists for our registry. Please go to www.vsafl.org and complete the teaching artist application.

  • South Florida's News Source for Artists
    Voices & Venues is an easy-to-use online source for arts and cultural related information. Search through this website for information on arts events, calls to artists, auditions, performances, workshops, seminars and much more.

  • Call to Artists: Highwaymen Heritage Trail

    The City of Fort Pierce is celebrating the Original Florida Highwaymen February 20, 2016 beginning at 10am with the Highwaymen Heritage Trail which includes a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, Highwaymen Meet and Greet, Guided Trail Tours, Art Show and Festival.

    This is a call for ALL ARTISTS participation. The event is free. If you or your members wish to participate in this Inaugural Highwaymen Festival, please contact Shyanne Helms at the City of Fort Pierce, telephone number 467-3034 to reserve booth space. You will need to provide your own booth, tables and chairs if needed.

  • The event will include a show of live orchids and floral exhibits. It takes place at the
    Elsa Kimbell Environmental Education and Research Center in the park
    from January 15–17, 2016, along with a Floral Fusion Art Show from January 15–February 28, 2016.

    For more information, please contact the Kimbell Center, 561-745-5551 or email friendsjdsp@gmail.com.

    The event will take place at:
    Jonathan Dickinson State Park
    Kimbell Education Center
    16450 SE Federal Hwy
    Hobe Sound, FL 33455

  • Call for Experienced Art Educator

    Downtown Stuart-based children’s art studio is growing and looking for experienced teachers for our programs working with children ages 2 to 12 years old for a variety of classes and programs. This is an outstanding opportunity for an art educator to be part of a rapidly growing studio in a wonderful location. This is a part time position with great potential. Artists with teaching experience are also encouraged to apply. Immediate start in time for our busy summer art sessions! Please submit cover letter and resume via email to info@kidsneedmoreart.com.

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2/7/2016 - 2/20/2016

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