For Questions email: info@antenna.works
Ends on September 20, 2017$ 15.00
$ 15.00
Nathan Halverson, Louisiana Open Call Winner for 2016 Exhibition. 

Antenna :: Louisiana Open Call 2018
Submission Deadline 9/20/2017

Submission Fee: $15 - this fee helps to defray the cost of the jury process. Can't afford the fee? You can submit all aspects of this application in the body of an email, with images or samples attached, for free! For free submission email: antenna+67249@submissions.submittable.com . Please answer all the application questions in the body of the email and keep attachments at 1mb or smaller each, to ensure proper upload. DO NOT SEND QUESTIONS TO THIS EMAIL ADDRESS! All app questions may be sent to info@antenna.works 

This opportunity is for those living and working in Louisiana. Individual Visual Artists or Collaboratives working in any media are encouraged to apply to the Antenna::Open Call. One applicant will be selected and will be awarded a solo show for the 2018 calendar year, an honorarium of $1,500 (split amongst the group, if collaborative. Please note these funds are meant to cover all costs of this opportunity, including any installation, shipping, or travel expenses if necessary), and given access to Antenna's print facilities to publish an exhibition catalog or other similar ephemera to be determined by the artists. An outside juror, TBA, will make the final selection for the Antenna :: Louisiana Open Call.  To apply for this opportunity, you must be a Louisiana resident and must submit the following:

-A portfolio of recent works (10-20)
-Inventory list including titles, dates completed, sizes, and mediums
-Artistic Statement
-Artistic Resume

Note that examples submitted to the Antenna: Open Call need only be representative of your work or practice and don't necessarily have to be the pieces exhibited at Antenna. For those who may wish to propose a site specific project, you can view a gallery layout here: http://press-street.org/antenna_layout.pdf 

Artists selected from the Antenna: Open Call process have included:


 Install shot of AnnieLaurie Erickson's 2013 solo show at Antenna
Ends on September 20, 2017$ 35.00
$ 35.00

Image: Installation view of Open Call Winner Yoshie Sakai's Solo Exhibition at Antenna, July 2016

Individual Visual Artists or Collaboratives working in any media are encouraged to apply to the Antenna: Open Call. One applicant working outside of Louisiana will be selected and awarded a solo show for the 2018 calendar year, given an honorarium of $1,000 (split amongst the group, if collaborative) paid shipping, paid travel to and from New Orleans for the install and opening of the exhibition, accommodations in Antenna's residency space, and access to Antenna's print facilities to publish an exhibition catalog or other similar ephemera to be determined by the artists.

To apply for this opportunity, you must submit the following:
-A portfolio of recent works (10-20)
-Inventory list including titles, dates completed, sizes, and mediums
-Artistic Statement
-Artistic Resume

All Applications will be reviewed by a panel of current organizing Antenna Gallery members. See a listing of current members at: http://antenna.works/members

Note that examples submitted to the Antenna: Open Call need only be representative of your work or practice and don't necessarily have to be the pieces exhibited at Antenna. For those who may wish to propose a site specific project, you can view a gallery layout here: http://antenna.works/antenna_layout.pdf

Artists selected from the Antenna: Open Call process have included:

AnnieLaurie Erickson
Nathan Halverson
David R Harper
Doreen Garner
R. Eric McMaster
Christopher McNulty
Angela Piehl
Yoshie Sakai
Carlie Trosclair
Ying Zhu


Image: Install shot of AnnieLaurie Erickson's 2013 solo show at Antenna Gallery
Ends on January 27, 2017

The Platforms Fund is a collaborative effort of AntennaAshĂ© Cultural Art Center, and Pelican Bomb to provide support for the development and presentation of self-organized artistic projects in and around New Orleans. The Platforms Fund seeks to emphasize New Orleans’ historical characteristics of creativity, collaboration, and resiliency, while pushing the boundaries of where community engagement and the dissemination of creative ideas can intersect. 

For a full list of guidelines and important application dates, please visit: http://platformsfund.org/application/