Calls For Artists

Seeking Emerging Youth Artists
courageous heARTS, a youth-led nonprofit art studio in south Minneapolis, is hosting a Winter Bazaar on Dec. 2 from 10-4pm. We are currently seeking emerging youth artists ages 10-24 to sell their work during this event. Interested in participating? The event is on Saturday, Dec. 2 from 10-4pm at our studio: 2235 E. 38th St., Minneapolis. Artists (or their proxy) must be present the entire time and are responsible for all sales.

The table fee is $10 for half a table and $18 for a whole (tables are 8 feet in length.) All sales go directly to the artist.

To apply, complete this interest form and we'll be in touch with the details. SPACES ARE LIMITED so register asap! Questions? Call 612-729-2483.

23rd Arts in Harmony 2018 Annual International Show

Categories include paintings (oil, acrylic, and watercolor), pastels, drawings, hand-pulled prints, mixed media, fiber, photography, ceramics, glass, sculpture, and sequential art. Submitted artwork cannot have been in previous Arts in Harmony shows.

Artwork must be suitable for viewing by people of all ages. Nudes, copies, class work, or fragile work will not be considered.

Entry Fees: Two images for $35 and additional images for $5 each may be submitted. A total of up to 10 images may be submitted. A maximum of three artworks per artist may be selected for the Main Show.

$12,250 IN AWARDS! 50-Cash Awards, PURCHASE AWARDS, $1,250-Best Of Show; $1,000-First Place Overall; $250 for Best Acrylic, Ceramic, Drawing, Fiber, Glass, Mixed Media, Oil, Pastel, Print, Photograph, Sequential Art, Sculpture, and Watercolor Artworks, and other placement/sponsor awards.

THE MAIN SHOW for 2018 is at Hopkins Center for the Arts, Hopkins, Minnesota.

Traveling Show - Artists from the main show can elect to participate in one of two traveling shows—the American Swedish Institute (ASI), Minneapolis, Minnesota or the Maple Grove Arts Center (MGAC), Maple Grove, Minnesota that begin at the conclusion of the main show.

DEADLINE: 11/13/17
Apply Online: CallForEntry.orgTitle 23rd Arts in Harmony 2018 Annual International Show – The North Show
For complete prospectus and application:

The Chilkoot Trail Artist Residency
Together, the Yukon Arts Centre, Parks Canada and the US National Park Service and the Skagway Arts Council seek three visual artists to participate in a cross‐border creative journey within Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Alaska and Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site in British Columbia. This residency is open to applicants of any nationality for the 2019 edition.

The annual February 1st 2018 is the deadline. Please feel free to contact with any questions.
For more information regarding the 2019 Chilkoot Trail Artist Residency, visit the webiste at

Call for Art | Northern Woods Exhibition
The Minnesota Woodworkers Guild, a group of professional and amateur woodworkers invite you to present your work to the public at the 35th Annual Northern Woods Exhibition, Eden Prairie Center, Eden Prairie, MN, April 26-29. Entries must be made primarily from wood and delivered, set up, and removed by the entrant.

The Exhibition is juried with an estimated $4000.00 in cash prizes available in 14 categories. Award winners receive a professional photo of their entry and are posted on the Guild’s website at Photos of all entries appear in the Catalogue.

For members of the Minnesota Woodworkers Guild, or any local woodcarving, scroll saw, turning or CNC Club the fee is $60 for first piece and $25 for each additional entry.  All others must pay an $85 entrance fee for their first piece and $35 for each additional. Student(s) in High School and those currently enrolled in a Post-Secondary School may enter one piece for FREE (proof of status required). 

Closes: Sunday, April 15th 2018, 11:45pm

For more information on Entry Rules/Fees: Visit:
Apply online:

Call for Artists
The Pottery Farm Art Studio & Gallery is currently seeking professional artists to join a community art studio in Maple Lake, MN. The Pottery Farm Downtown Maple Lake Art Studio aspires to be the only art studio in Wright County that will be a working studio space for artists to encourage and support each other in a community, a classroom for students to explore the arts, and a source of fine art and healing to patrons.
Studio features: Private pottery and 2D studio spaces Pottery classroom with student studio memberships available Electric Kilns available for rent Possible spinning wheel classroom Possible healing room ideal for reiki/energy work/massage/etc.
Group run retail gallery space spec for teaching your own lessons & workshops Working in a community with other artisans
Visit for more information or contact Jess Johanneck email or 612-298-6372