My Favourite Artists ~ Living and De…(Living without a body)
Barbara Hepworth first came to live in Cornwall with her husband Ben Nicholsonand their young family at the outbreak of war in 1939. She lived and worked in Trewyn studios – now the Barbara Hepworth Museum – from 1949 until her death in 1975. Following her wish to establish her home and studio as a museum of her work, Trewyn Studio and much of the artist’s work remaining there was given to the nation and placed in the care of the Tate Gallery in 1980. for more comprehensive information you might like to visit Artsy's Barbara Hepworth Page
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Art Related Links and Opportunities
Their mission is "to connect artists with income and exhibition opportunities." Each issue features 20-30 pages of hundreds of listings of juried shows, residencies, grants, galleries reviewing portfolios, publishing opportunities, positions open, and much more. This monthly publication also includes articles on the business of being an artist. A year subscription starts at $33.
Art Deadlines List
Includes art contests/competitions, art jobs/internships, art scholarships/grants/fellowships, art festivals, call for entries/proposals/projects, and other opportunities, in all disciplines, for art students, art teachers, and artists of all ages.
Since 2003, this online resource network shares informaiton for visual artists and photographers looking for income and exhibition opportunities to enter. Their submissions database is continually being updated with listings. They also offer a digest of featured art calls and opportunity announcements in monthly newsletters.
Art Opportunities Monthly
Provides art contests, grants, juried art competitions, fellowships, residencies, public art commissions, art awards, scholarships, teaching assistantships, calls for art, art deadlines, scholarships, art shows, photography contests, sculpture commissions, percent-for-art, slide registries, university art galleries, non-profit art galleries, or other artist opportunities and venues normally outside the commercial gallery system.
Browse art opportunities and calls for artists to exhibit or participate in art & photography contests, fine art exhibitions, art shows, arts fairs, festivals, and online competitions.
This resource site has a continuously updated list of calls for entry, galleries, and other artist information. If you register with the site, you can add your own information as well.
A guide to art and artist information on the Web, this human-edited directory is designed to bring together those who love art with those who create it and to provide an affordable means for artists to promote their work and drive traffic to their web sites.
Created by artists Salam Dahbour and Missy Loewe, this free resource allows artists to search for juried shows (including searches for just one kind of media), and save those searches for future reference.
College Art Association Opportunities
Listings include continuously updated information for artists, scholars, museum professionals, educators, and other members of the visual-arts community and are divided into six categories: Awards/Grants, Calls for Papers, Conferences, Exhibition Opportunities, Internships, and Residencies/Workshops.