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Opportunities for LGBT Artists

OUT of the BOX
Deadline EXTENDED: June 20, 2013
CAMP Rehoboth, DE
Out of the Box is looking for work by LGBT artists who create or construct assemblage artwork using boxes - Think "queer" Joseph Cornell. Artwork must be in a box, shadowbox, or other container that is hangable. Submit jpgs by June 20th to [email protected] Details at OUT of the BOX

Deadline: June 28, 2013
New York, NY
The Queer Art Mentorship seek fellows who :
* Work within at least one of the following disciplines: literary, film, visual arts, performing arts (including dance and music), and curatorial arts (in any kind of medium; e.g. galleries, books, etc.)
* Self-Identify as queer, gay, lesbian, bisexual and/or transgendered
* Are New York City-based
* Are Not Currently enrolled in school or university
* Are Early-Career and professionally focused
* Have a project that they’d like to work on with a mentor during the 2013-2014 mentorship cycle.
for details or to apply, visit Queer Art Mentorship

Deadline: June 30, 2013
Chicago, IL
The Mark Aguhar Memorial Grant supports feminine-spectrum queer artists of color with financial assistance of up to $1000. Chances Dances is proud to provide both these opportunities for personal exploration, community development and radical change through art. More info: Mark Aguhar Memorial Grant

Deadline: June 30, 2013
Smart Clothes Gallery, NYC
Call for artwork that is looking at evolving L.G.B.T.Q. artistic expression and identity in the 21st century. The exhibition is a practice in cultivating a new queer aesthetic through explorations in all aspects of queer life and experience at all age spectrums. Selected submissions will be exhibited at Smart Clothes Gallery in August 2013. $25 Submission fee. Details at Round Hole Square Peg

Deadline Monday, July 8, 2013
GLBTQIA Cultural Center, TN
The Music City Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence are accepting submissions for Alphabet Art, an annual event showcasing inspired works by gifted queer artists, focused on the portrayal of the GLBTQIA community’s experiences,perspectives, and dreams in the entire United States. A cash prize of $1000 will be divided between the top three entries. Details at Alphabet Art