To submit calls for art, jobs, etc. send text (in email body, not as an attachment) and logo or other web ready jpg (72 dpi) to jaslistings (at) gmail (dot) com No pdfs.
Call for Art
about the dangers of intolerance, anti-semitism, racism or discrimination.
Submission Deadline May 27, 2013
For more info and how to apply, click here
London JCC looking for talent
Art exhibit The Response Art Series: Israel's Restraint
Entry deadline: June 5th
Exhibition from June 17th to June 21st at the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale, NY.
Prospectus and application form here
A Joint Venture of Artists Supporting Israel and The Hebrew Institute of Riverdale - The Bayit.
A new artists group Artists Supporting Israel offers the "Response Art Series" which is based on educational components given by advocacy groups, authors and media representatives. You will be required to watch or listen to one of the 2 learning components, selected to highlight the theme of the show. Both learning components can be downloaded. The message from the educational learning components will serve as inspiration to create art to support Israel.
Invitation to Collaborate
Conceptual Artist Elanit Kayne invites you to collaborate on her current project
The title for the project came from "bodies of artwork". The About This Project and How To page detail the concept further.
To be featured, a work of art from your body of artwork is sent to a guest blogger (or blogger of your choice) to be dumped. A “body of artwork” is an original work of art that is simply being stored. The artist is willing to gift it free of charge to an unknown finder. The location where it is left or “dumped” is chosen by the guest blogger. The featured artists bio and links to their work are at the end of every post.
You can also be featured simply as a guest blogger: receiving a work of art and stickers in the mail, choosing a space to leave the art, documenting where the art is left with photography. The content of the post is at the discretion of the guest blogger. More info on Elanit Kayne here. Email her here.
Call for Blog Posts
for Jewish Art Salon website others
Images of Jewish holidays related themes wanted for publication on our website.
Also, occasionally we get requests from art curators, journals and blogs for images. We will pass on your images at our discretion. Should a third party want to publish or exhibit your work you will be contacted directly.
- FOLLOW these guidelines below please. We cannot publish your work otherwise.
- Email jpg images to this address No pdfs.
- Subject line: If you email more than 1 holiday, you need to send separately. E.g. all Rosh HaShanah related images should be sent with the subject line "Rosh HaShanah"; Yom Kippur's subject line is "Yom Kippur", etc.
- Format: Images need to be jpgs, 72 dpi, and no larger than 300 kb. Images need to be saved with your last name and name of holiday. We will not be able to publish images without your name and holiday name in the title (Example: Doe_roshhashanah.jpg)
- If you include a URL of your website we will link to it.
- If you like, you may include a 1 or 2 short paragraph text, written in 3rd person, describing your submitted jpg.
Images will be selected by the Jewish Art Salon committee.
For artists on our email list only! If you are not on our email list, sign up here.
Call for images for online journal
Zeek: A Jewish Journal of Thought and Culture is hosting an open call to put together art together for upcoming issues. If you'd like them to consider your art, see info here.
IndieWalls.com is helping artists who are looking for non-gallery public exposure connect with local venues (upscale cafes, restaurants, bookstores, and other retail venues) who want to display their art for sale on their walls. Artists create profile pages, which the venues can browse through (eliminating the need to lug their portfolios all over town.) IndieWalls.com also includes a secure and easy online payment system through which buyers can easily purchase the art they see for sale in these public venues. It's a new and exciting way for emerging artists to start hanging their works in public venues (through a safe and easy system). Artist application is very simple - www.indiewalls.com