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Yuba Community College District
Call for Mural Artists

Deadline: July 13, 2022 | 3PM

The Yuba Community College District seeks proposals and Statements of Qualifications from interested experienced Mural Artists.

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Art & Ag Poetry Contest

Deadline: July 27, 2022

In collaboration with Davis Poet Laureate, Julia B. Levine, YoloArts invites poets to enter the first ever Art & Ag Poetry Contest. Submit a maximum of 3 poems inspired by Yolo County farmlands. Winners will be invited to read their poems at the Art Farm Opening Reception on September 8, 2022.

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CommuniCare Health Centers, Davis
50th Anniversary Art Show

Deadline: August 1, 2022

CommuniCare Health Centers is putting a call out to all artists that have shown their work over the years at the Davis Community Clinic. We are seeking past artists to create a piece of hanging art to commemorate our 50th anniversary. The theme is “50 years of Growing a Healthy Community.” The art will be on display from October through December at the renovated Davis community clinic at 2051 John Jones R. An opening is scheduled for Friday November 11th in conjunction with the 2nd Friday ArtAbout, Davis.

If you are interested in participating or for more information, please contact Hollie Malamud, Director of Development at Holliem@communicarehc.org or at 530-285-3203.

David Satterlee, Sign and Silos, Digital photograph, 28"x22" framed, VALUE: $500, STARTING BID: $225
David Satterlee, Sign and Silos, Digital photograph, 28"x22" framed, VALUE: $500, STARTING BID: $225
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15th Annual Exhibition

Deadline: August 23, 2022 | 5PM

YoloArts invites Northern California artists to participate in the 15th Annual Exhibition and Gala.

All entries must be inspired by the farmlands, food and agricultural heritage of Yolo County.

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YoloArts Education
Request for Proposals: 2D Teaching Artist

Deadline: Ongoing

ArtMix brings professional teaching artists into public school classrooms for 6-12 weeks. Providing quality, standards-based arts education, teaching artists guide students in process driven exploration and skill development in the visual arts.

The Teaching Artist will provide curriculum and instruction for three, twelve-session, after school classes for students in grades K-1, 2-3, and 4-6 at a single site in Woodland, CA. Teaching Artists are contracted per program opportunity.

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Pence Gallery
Call for Art- Staircase

Deadline: Rolling basis

Pence Gallery is seeking artwork by emerging local and regional artists to display along the staircase. The space strictly allows for 2D work, ranging from paintings, prints, collages, encaustics, mixed media, and more. Please no submissions of 3D work. All work must be for sale, with a 50% commission to the artist.

All interested artists ages 21 & up are encouraged to apply (free), and should submit images and the price range of their work to Katharine Schultz at pencegallery@gmail.com.

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The Barn Gallery
Call for Exhibitions

Deadline: Ongoing

YoloArts is seeking group exhibition proposals for quarterly exhibits at The Barn Gallery on the Gibson House & Property in Woodland, CA.

Artists (minimum 6 or more), artist associations, and organizations are invited to submit proposals now for 2020 | 2021 exhibitions.

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My Spain: a land revisited

The Woodland Camera Forum will present a photographic tour, “My Spain: a land revisited”, by guest photographer, Marta Altisent, of Davis. The program is on Tuesday October 17th, at 7 pm at Norton Hall, 70 Cottonwood St., Woodland. “Looking for remote places and solace, I have been doing landscape photography for more than 20 years. … Continued

New Season Community Development Corporation of Esparto Awarded California Arts Council “Local Impact” Grant

Capay Valley, CA – The California Arts Council announced its plans to award funds to New Season Community Development Corporation as part of its Local Impact program. The Local Impact program fosters equity, access, and opportunity by providing project and partnership support for small arts organizations with operating budgets under $1 million. All projects extend … Continued

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