Deadline to submit: Monday, December 11th 2023 

Students, local artists, national artists, and international artists are ALL encouraged to apply! Our roster includes music, theatre, visual art, film, dance, spoken word, and MORE.

Not only is this a fantastic opportunity to present something to a fun and diverse audience, but it’s also an opportunity to experiment with new ideas and concepts. Even more exciting, we will also offer up to three $1,000.00 honoraria to non-student artists whose creative work is boundary-breaking, unconventional, excites discussion, and explores different perspectives of a held position, principle, and/or belief.

The 2024 Oregon Fringe Festival will take place Wednesday, April 24 – Sunday, April 28, 2024 both live and online in Ashland, Oregon.

Apply at bit.ly/applyOFF.
For more information, please visit www.oregonfringefestival.org. For questions, please contact us at oregonfringe@sou.edu.

Deadline to submit: December 15, 2023

The City of Florence is pleased to invite emerging, mid-career, and established artists to submit work to the Public Arts Committee’s program, Art Exposed Rotating Outdoor Art Gallery. Since 2018, this program has installed public art throughout Florence. The 2024-2026 call expands the program up to Highway 101 through Art Exposed ReVision Florence. There are six opportunities for vibrant, large-scale public art included in this call. Once selected, the art is scheduled to be installed in April 2024 and be on display through 2026.

Artists are offered a one-time stipend of $1,500 to provide their work for a maximum of two years. During the two-year period, the art would be offered for sale, with the City of Florence keeping a portion of the sale proceeds to support future of the Public Arts Program. The artist also has the opportunity to replace any sold art with a new piece during the two-year time frame.

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Deadline to Submit: December 18th, 2023

The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC), in partnership with Multnomah County Library are excited to announce a new call for artists at the soon-to-be-renovated Albina Library. We are seeking artists or artist teams from Oregon and Washington to submit qualifications for creating a series of site-specific, sculptural, exterior artworks.

As the Albina Library undergoes renovation and expansion, including a 30,000 sq.ft. addition, we are committed to integrating art that reflects the library’s history and its connection to the community, particularly honoring the narratives of Portland’s African American, Black and Indigenous communities. One artist or artist team will be selected to create mid-scale sculptures that will become new landmarks for visitors approaching and entering the library from NE Russell Street.

We invite you to join an information session on December 4, 2023, at 6:00pm PDT, to learn more about the project and submission process. Submissions will be accepted until December 18, 2023. For full details on the RFQ and how to apply, please visit the link belowIf you require translation services or have any questions, please reach out to project manager Sophie at shook@racc.org.

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Deadline to Submit: January 5th, 2024

Corvallis Fall Festival is seeking art submissions for the 2024 | 51st Annual festival poster art design. The art should depict what Corvallis, the Corvallis Fall Festival, or fall means to you. Anyone can submit their work, with a preference for those who are local residents or have previously participated as Corvallis Fall Festival Artists. Proposals, sketches or finished artworks should be submitted via email to director@corvallisfallfestival.org no later than
the deadline. Designs will be chosen and artist notified by the end of January.

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Deadline to Submit: March 7, 2024, 5pm

The program is designed especially to support opportunities that:
* An artist has been invited to, selected for or otherwise reviewed by peers or industry to receive; and
* Are particularly timely or have some sense of urgency for the applicant to take advantage of the opportunity now.
Artists from the following disciplines may apply: Literature; Dance; Music; Theatre and Performance Art; Visual Arts; Design Arts; and Media Arts. Folk & Traditional artists whose practice falls in one of the identified disciplines are welcome to apply. If your project falls outside one of the listed disciplines, please contact the program coordinator to discuss.

Career Opportunity funding requests must directly align with the opportunity, and may include:
* Travel associated with the opportunity;
* Preparation, freight and/or shipping costs for materials;
* Materials to complete work scheduled for a gallery exhibition, performance or publication;
* Expenses associated with an exceptional learning environment, such as residency or intensive study with a recognized master/mentor(Degree programs are not eligible);
* Professional fees and services to support or document an activity, such as a videographer; and
* Rental fees, including fees for equipment, instruments or facility that are integral to the opportunity. Equipment purchases are not eligible expenses.
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Deadline to Submit: March 31, 2024 (*see note)

Central Oregon, widely known for its stunning mountains, rivers, pine forests and recreational opportunities, will now be home to a new 100,000 square foot library in east Bend known as Stevens Ranch, a new branch library in Redmond, and completely renovated and renewed libraries in the communities of La Pine, Sunriver, Sisters, and in historic downtown Bend. One percent of the brick and mortar costs are reserved for the purchase of art. Budgets for art per branch range from $30,000 to $900,000 for a total project budget for art of just under $1.5 million for the county wide library system. The DPL Art Committee seeks works in all media and genres: Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Glass, Fiber, Functional, Digital, Photography, Installation, Mixed Media, New media/genres. Suspended from ceilings, mounted on walls, embedded in floors, anchoring a public space, works will exist in both expected and unexpected places within the building and on library grounds. Read more.

*Immediate Submissions Encouraged: While the Deschutes Public Library seeks artwork for six library branches with multiple deadlines, two branches currently under renovation are slated to open in Fall 2023 with $30,000 allocated for art commissions per branch.

Deadline to Submit: April 15th, 11:59 pm MST 

Maude Kerns Art Center is currently accepting submissions for its 2025 – 2026 Exhibits Season. Local, regional, and national artists (individuals and groups) working in 2- and 3-dimensional mediums, as well as installation art, are invited to submit their work for consideration. Solo, group, and/or themed shows will be curated based on the content, quality, and number of submissions. There is a $35 application fee.

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Deadline to Apply: ongoing

The mission of SURFACE is to foster the development of socially, ecologically and financially sustainable careers in the arts through studios, gallery space, educational programming, and onsite childcare. A members gallery focused on sustainability is one way to fulfill the mission, and registration is open for new artist members! This opportunity is open to artists residing in Oregon at least 6 months of the year, and that are working with or working towards sustainable practices and sustainable materiality in their artwork.  Learn more here and apply here.

Deadline to Apply: Ongoing; submissions will be reviewed at the end of each month

GiveMore, a fundraising platform to help fundraisers find new donors, is seeking artists to create and submit original artwork to be printed on stickers. Members of the public can get one free sticker, or make a donation to receive more than one sticker and/or move to the front of the line, and artists will receive 10% of the funds raised for their stickers. Artwork should be progressive in nature and should be on topics such as Black Lives Matter, Environmental Justice, LGBTQ+, or other relevant movements. GiveMore hopes to feature the work of BIPOC and members of the LGBTQIA+ communities. See more

Deadline to Apply: Ongoing

This mural program through the City of Eugene provides opportunities for local artists to create public murals by connecting artists and wall owners and serving as a liaison for the process. Urban Canvas is looking for both artists and wall owners who want to participate. Read more

Deadline to Apply: Ongoing

Display and sell your work at McKenzie General Store! Email for more information at info@mckenziegeneral.com.

Deadline to Apply: Ongoing

All professional artists and craftsmen are invited to join Artists Sunday, the free nationwide promotional event encouraging consumers to shop with artists. It’s like Black Friday, but for art, the Sunday after Thanksgiving. Participation is free and we are partnering in the effort. Artist participants receive a comprehensive marketing toolkit to generate buzz and awareness. Join individual artists and supportive organizations across the country in this unique and powerful promotion. Read more


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