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Call for Artists - Flight School: Professional Development Program

March 1 to May 8
Deadline: 
January 4

Flight School is a program designed for the benefit of you: the professional artist living and working in Pittsburgh. The weekly workload is heavy, and the demands placed on fellows is high. But the results can mean a new course of action - an opportunity to build a career in which financial and strategic goals can be sustained and grown, with your artwork remaining the central feature of your life.

PCA Shop Screening for New Artists

September 14
Deadline: 
September 14

The Shop at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts will be screening artwork by new consignment artists to complement the existing mix of work currently represented. Because the Shop receives many requests from those who wish to show with us, we ask that interested artists submit to our digital screening for review. As our main focus during business hours is to represent and promote the artwork we currently have available, please be aware that PCA Shop staff will not review artwork on a walk-in basis.

Science Fiction and Fantasy Short Film Festival - Call for Submissions

Deadline: 
September 15

EMP Museum in partnership with SIFF presents the tenth annual Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival. Filmmakers from around the world are encouraged to submit animated and live-action science fiction and fantasy films to this acclaimed festival.

The festival features excellent sci-fi/fantasy short films from around the world, and the tenth-annual festival will screen at the renowned historic Cinerama Theatre in Seattle, Washington in early 2015.

33rd Annual Three Rivers Film Festival - Call for Entries

Deadline: 
August 29

OPEN CALL FOR ENTRIES:
 

Short Fiction
Documentary
Animation
Experimental

Carnegie Museum of Art 2 Minute Film Festival - Call for Submissions

Deadline: 
June 20

Summer is blasting off at Carnegie Museum of Art in 2014! To celebrate the interstellar premiere of Extraterrestrial: The Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project, part of the Hillman Photography Initiative’s Invisible Photograph documentary series, this year’s festival encourages filmmakers to explore the concept of outer space. Feel free to interpret the theme however you like, and follow your imagination, whether it takes you to the edges of the cosmos or into your own backyard.

Pittsburgh Filmmakers/Pittsburgh Center for the Arts - Solo and Collaborative Exhibitions 2015

Deadline: 
July 14

CALL FOR ARTISTS – Solo and Collaborative Exhibitions 2015
Submission Deadline: Proposals must be postmarked or submitted electronically by July 14, 2014.

Exhibition Opportunities:
Pittsburgh Filmmakers/Pittsburgh Center for the Arts (PF/PCA) is accepting application from artists living in a 150-mile radius of Pittsburgh for solo and collaborative exhibitions during the 2015 calendar year. This opportunity is open to artists working in any visual discipline including 2D, 3D, installation and time based work.

Investing in Professional Artists: The Pittsburgh Region Artists Programs 2014

Deadline: 
January 21

The Pittsburgh Foundation and The Heinz Endowments’ Investing in Professional Artists: The Pittsburgh Region Artists Program’s 2014 application deadline is Tuesday, January 21, 2014.
 

GPAC Artist Opportunity Grant

Deadline: 
February 24

Awarded three times a year, Artist Opportunity Grants help artists hone their skills and craft by funding important professional development opportunities, such as travel to work with a mentor, participation in a festival or artist residency. 

Next Deadline: Monday, February 24, 2014 
(for opportunities occurring between April 1, 2014 and September 30, 2014)
Eligible Applicants: Individual Artists*
Maximum Grant: $2,500

Artist Portfolio Reviews

January 17
Deadline: 
January 17

The Office of Public Art invites artists who are seeking guidance for careers in public art to register for a portfolio review. This is an excellent opportunity for emerging and established artists who are interested in working in the public realm to be given feedback on their work by experts in public art, social practice and allied fields. Each artist will have a 20-minute meeting with an experienced consultant, administrator, artist, or curator.

Public Art 101

January 18
Deadline: 
January 18

Public Art 101 is a day-long workshop for artists ready to learn more about how to work in the public realm.  Through this workshop, artists will gain the critical information they need to propose and complete public art projects.  Click here  for the day's schedule.

Artists will learn: 

·         how to find public art opportunities

·         what to expect from a public art contract

·         how to work with art fabricators

·         how to choose appropriate materials

·         how to create a project budget

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