Pointing out – Call For Entries

2014 SNAG “Exhibition in Print: Animal Instincts”
Deadline: January 31.2014

From prehistoric cave paintings to current digital art, animals have provided creative inspiration across the centuries. “Animal Instincts,” the 2014 Juried Exhibition in Print by SNAG and produced by Metalsmith, will showcase a diverse range of animal-related work from the metalsmithing field. We are seeking works that are about animals, of animals, and even for animals. Let your animal instincts run wild!

This is the descritpion of the open call for the exhibition in print issue of Metalsmith, the magazine of the Society of North American Goldsmiths. As usual you can apply on-line through the CaFÉ™ website.

links for application:
Snag
CaFÉ™

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Ganoksin  fourth annual International Online Jewelry Exhibition.
Deadline: February 15, 2014

This year’s theme is “Changing Hues: Color Embraced by Metalsmiths Around the World.”

The exhibition is open to all metalsmiths, professional and amateur, advanced and beginner, around the world.

The exhibition is seeking works whose primary theme is color, whether that be using colored materials, exploring creating colored surfaces, or encasing the object in color. Works should be about COLOR – not color as an accent or focal point, but with color embraced as their primary visual focus.
Details and entry information is available at
http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/changinghues

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NTJ 2014 CONFRONTATIONS
New Traditional Jewellery, International design contest and (travelling) exhibition.
Deadline: June1, 2014

This competition is organized by Sieraad Art fair, and takes place every two years and will be shown in November 2014 in Amsterdam.
The conceptual backup for next year’s edition is the following:
“All human joys and burdens have been materialized in jewellery,” according to art historian Marjan Unger. Jewellery marks every crossroads in our life, every highlight and every loss. If jewellery accompanies us every step of the way, how can we use it to improve our quality of life?

for details click:
newtraditionaljewellery.com
klimt02.net

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Competition ITS / International Talent Support
Deadline: March, 2014

The application rules for the award 2014 are not on-line yet. But the web-site tells us that it will be more or less the same as 2013, which means you can start to develop if interested.

for details click:
www.itsweb.org

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