Calls to Artists, Job Announcements, Resources
Accepting registrations for the gathering on October 7-14, 2023
Application cycles are ongoing. Follow the link for details.
Initially compiled and maintained by American artist Everest Pipkin, this is a crowd-sourced list of over 400 calls to artists.
Request for artwork for stamp designs.
A non-profit foundation supporting artists and writers with families.
Call for Entry.org is a comprehensive tool for all artists looking for arts opportunities — from competitions to public art calls, to art contests and more, CaFÉ_
The National Arts Marketing Project provides tools and services to boost your presence in the marketplace.
Formerly Artist Opportunity Monthly, all you need to do is sign up with your email and they send you thoroughly screened opportunities every month, including grants. AOM_
A showcase for design projects featuring commissioned artwork in architectural spaces.
A database of calls to artists.
ArtDeadline.com collects information about grants, calls, residencies, competitions, and other opportunities for artists.
A resource for arts in the academic sphere.
A community of artists, mostly painters, exchanging information and inspiration.
Educational, healthcare, and other information for artists and organizations.
International exchange programs for artists, curators, and presenters.
Tips, a weekly newsletter, and consulting services.
Res Artis maintains a database of artist residencies all over the world. Search by various criteria such as country, language, or duration of stay. http://www.resartis.org
An open-air arts and crafts festival, held on the weekend following Labor Day each September.
Supports writers whose work addresses contemporary visual art.
Supports up to five outstanding contemporary or traditional artists from the United States to spend a three-month residency in Japan.
Residencies from May through October at the largest artist community in Minnesota.
A complete directory of residency programs in our National Parks.
A comprehensive resource for public art including calls, case studies, toolkits, and more.
The arts council for King County, Washington, hosts an excellent list of public art opportunities.