Art In General Open Call
When : 2020
Where : New York
Application Deadline : rolling
Application Fee : None
Stipend : NA
International Deadline: Ongoing – Founded in
1981, Art in General facilitates the production and exhibition of new
work and aims to provide artists with an optimal support structure and
venue in which to realize and present their work, whether this format
entails an exhibition, event, performance, location-based work in the
public domain, or the very platforms of discursive space (i.e.
publication, website, etc.). There are a variety of programs that
support this mission, including solo commissioned exhibitions and
projects, residencies, a site-specific elevator program, and off-site
Responding to the current state of artistic and curatorial
practice, Art in General’s Open Call has shifted from its once-a-year
online deadline to a more fluid model of receiving and reviewing
artists’ work. Artists are encouraged to submit project proposals at any
point throughout the year–Art in General’s curatorial staff will review
Proposals should be formatted in a PDF and emailed to email@example.com. Please let us know that you saw this announcement on “ArtDeadline.Com”.
All artists, regardless of age, gender, and nationality. Artists who are
or will be enrolled in a college or university art degree-granting
program are not eligible to apply
APPLICATION & REVIEW PROCESS
- Submissions will be reviewed quarterly throughout the year and must be sent via email as a PDF.
- All submissions must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please report that you saw this announcement on “ArtDeadline.Com”.
- Applications that do not follow the guidelines and/or which are hand delivered or mailed will not be accepted or reviewed.
- Art in General will select artists based on artistic strength,
vision, and professional capability, as well the artist’s relevance to
curatorial concepts identified for the upcoming programming at Art in
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS & GUIDELINES
- Artists should format their proposal/submission as a PDF. PDFs should not exceed 10MB.
- Artists should only submit a brief written outline of the proposed
exhibition or project (e.g. no more than 250 words), along with
supporting material. There is no need to include a proposed budget for
- Artists should label their PDF to include their full name. Example: JoeSmith_AIG.PDF, JoeSmith_AIGProposal.PDF
- Artists should format their PDF to include their full contact information, address, phone number, and email.
- Artists should format their PDF to include any or all images within
the body of the PDF. Both supporting images and images of past work
(including captions) can be submitted but are not required. Additional
material sent alongside the PDF will not be reviewed.
- PDF’s can include links to websites, video hosting services
(YouTube/Vimeo) as well as links to galleries, previous exhibitions,
and/or past reviews.