CALLS FOR ARTISTS, ENTRY DEADLINES, SHOW DATES
DATED CALLS FOR ARTISTS
Call for artists: Deadline April 1, 2015. The Tombaugh Gallery is calling for regional artists within a 300-mile radius of Las
Cruces to submit proposals for exhibitions for the 2016 calendar year. Nontraditional media or subject matter is welcome. All
artwork must be for sale. Submissions should contain a letter of proposal with information about the artist, type of work to be
shown and a USB drive containing eight representative images as JPEG files. For group shows, list all members and include one
or two images from each member. If a show theme is being considered, explain it fully. The Tombaugh Gallery has 44 linear feet
of wall display, along with several pedestals. Submissions should be postmarked no later than April 1. Submissions will be
reviewed, and applicants will be notified May 1, at which time possible show dates will be discussed. Artists and shows not
selected will also be notified at this time. Submissions should be addressed to: Judy Licht, committee chairperson, C/O Unitarian
Universalist Church of Las Cruces, 2000 S. Solano Drive, Las Cruces, NM 88001. Artists who prefer to send an electronic
submission may contact Licht at email@example.com for instructions. For more information on Tombaugh Gallery, visit
Call for artists: Deadline: May 1, 2015. The second annual Black Range and Plein Air Fine Art Show benefiting St. Jude's
Research Hospital will be Oct. 9-11. Open to all fine artists and Plein Air artists: jewelers, painters, potters, fiber and glass. The
juried indoor show to be held at the Mimbres Valley Event Center, 2300 E. Pine Street, Deming. Cash prizes up to $2,950.
Deadline: May 1. Info: Lyn 575-546-4650, firstname.lastname@example.org or blackrangeart.com.
The Las Cruces Museum of Art and the Potters’ Guild of Las Cruces call for submissions: Deadline May 8, 2015. 'From
the Ground Up XXVI' Regional Juried Ceramics Exhibition. Submissions are open to ceramic artists living and working in states in
the Rocky Mountain Time Zone region of the U.S.: New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana.
The exhibition runs Aug. 7 through Oct. 24. Artists may submit up to four works for consideration. The submission fee is $30,
payable to the Potters’ Guild of Las Cruces. Awards include cash prizes and Museum Purchase Awards. This year’s juror is studio
artist Marcia Selsor. The deadline for submissions is postmark-date May 8. The full prospectus and submission form are
available at www.pottersguildlc.com. For more information, contact Las Cruces Museum of Art Exhibitions Curator Joy Miller at
Call for submissions: Deadline May 15, 2015. ABQ Internet Cat Video Film Festival/Competition, a screening of fantastic feline
films and a new local film competition. Open to all filmmakers and pet lovers age 18 and older, and raise funds for homeless pets.
Your video can showcase the funny, sweet and sometimes silly things that make cats the favorite family members. Your film (must
be four minutes or less) could be animated, or created using only your cell phone — just make sure it's pet-positive and features
at least one cat. Sponsored by Animal Humane New Mexico and the City of Albuquerque Film and Music Office.There is no entry
fee required. Deadline is May 15. Info: CatVideos@AnimalHumaneNM.org.
Dona Ana Photography Club hosts workshops. The Dona Ana Photography Club (DAPC) has announced plans for a series of
photography workshops in the coming year, a “Photography Boot Camp.” These monthly workshops will be held from 9 a.m. to
noon Saturdays at Southwest Environmental Center, 275 N. Main St. This boot camp is open to the public with registration, and
the cost is $5 per workshop. DAPC members may attend for free. Individuals can join the DAPC for $15 annual dues, then attend
the workshops for free. This series of workshops will begin Saturday, Mar. 7, with a workshop titled “Learning how to use your
new camera.” For more information, contact email@example.com or 774-289-5332.
Tres Manos Weaving Studios will hold weaving classes. Mar. 14-15 and 21-22 Learn basic weaving at Tres Manos
Weaving Studio! Class includes dressing the loom and weaving. Students will create a sampler in wool to take home. Take this
class if you are just getting started, or as a refresher course if you are rusty and would like to review the fundamentals. Instructors
will teach methods to put a warp on the loom and weave. Intermediate classes will review dressing a loom, figuring warp
measurements and ends per inch. Students will learn how to read a draft, keep a diary, repair errors and mistakes, how to plan a
project and how to finish a project. Each student will complete a cotton scarf in their choice of pattern and colors. Adult basic
weaving classes are Saturday and Sunday, Mar. 14-15 and 21-22. Adult intermediate weaving classes are April 18-19 and 25-26.
Each class is four days. Cost is $150 per student, with all materials provided. Classes are limited to six students, so make
reservations quickly. Tres Manos Weaving Studio is located at 1910 Calle de Parian in Mesilla. For more information, call 635-
8914 or visit www.tresmanosweaving.org. Tres Manos is a member of ArtForms.
UNDATED CALLS FOR ARTISTS
CALL FOR ARTISTS - Purchase Initiative. New Mexico Arts announces the 2013 Purchase initiative and invites artists living in
the state and galleries in the state to submit artwork for purchase. All media and genres are accepted. Information and
Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Gallery accepting applications. Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Gallery is accepting applications for
exhibitions, and encourages artists to stop by the gallery to learn more. Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Gallery is located at 2470-A Calle
de Guadalupe, across from the Fountain Theatre in Mesilla. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Sunday. For
more information, call 522-2933 or visit www.mesillavalleyfinearts.com.
The New Mexico Handmade, Inc. Gallery in the Old Tortilla Factory in Mesilla has space for two more artists. All mediums are
considered. Please contact Carolyn Kuhn at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
The Rokoko Art Gallery, located at 1785 Avenida de Marcado, seeks artists for solo or group shows in a rental exhibit space on
a monthly basis. Gallery hours are Saturday and Sunday, 12-5pm. For prospectus and details, contact Mitch or Ame at
email@example.com or call 405-8877.
West End Art Depot Gallery (WE.AD). http://www.we-ad.org/ WE.AD announces a call for regional artists interested in
displaying original artwork. For more information please email nmartco.op@gmail or call 575-312-9892. WE.AD is a co-
operative arts incubator with art studios and workshop space in a warehouse in the Alameda Historic Depot. Private studios
available now! Memberships begin with three-month agreements. Two months' fees due at start of membership. 10% off lease
balance if paid 3 months in advance! Visit us at 401 N Mesilla St, Las Cruces, NM 88005. Open by appointment and T/Th 9a -
12p - Wed 6p - 8p & Sat/Sun 12p - 4p
The La Mesa Station Gallery, 16205 S. U.S. Highway 28 in La Mesa, has openings for fine artists to display their original artwork
in pastel, watercolor, jewelry, pottery, stained glass and textiles. Stop by the gallery to pick up an application or call, (575) 644-
3756 for information.
VOCALISTS AND INSTRUMENTALS WANTED - Join the Cause, spread the music, an organization of student and community
musicians on a mission to spread joy through music to those in area nursing homes, schools and churches. Info: email,
firstname.lastname@example.org or facebook.com/oprationspreadthemusic.
THE YOUNG AT HEART CHORUS is looking for a few singers. The chorus performs Thursdays. Info: Ray Scroggins, 575-524-
THE GOOD TIME SINGERS - singers needed: The Good Time Singers are looking for senior citizen singers to join their singing
group. Rehersals are at 5:30 p.m. Mondays at Trails West Clubhouse, 1450 Avenida de Mesilla. Info: Diane, 575-523-1652 or
THE MESILLA VALLEY CHORALE - Call for singers: The Mesilla Valley Chorale has rehearsals from 7 to 9 p.m. Mondays at the
Social Arts Center at Good Samaritan Society, 3011 Buena Vida Circle. Experienced choral singers can call Nancy at 575-647-
THE NEW HORIZONS SYMPHONY Orchestra is seeking percussionists, timpani and all string players for upcoming concerts.
Rehearsals are at 7 to 9 p.m. Thursdays at the NMSU Band Room 110 on the NMSU campus, even if you're rusty and haven't
played in a long time or don't have an instrument. Info: Dr. Marianna Gabbi, 575-522-1498, email@example.com.
NEW DESERT HARMONY SINGERS seeking new voices. The New Desert Harmony Singers will begin rehearsals for their
upcoming 2015 summer season at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 13, at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 225 W. Griggs Ave.
Interested singers are welcome to attend a rehearsal. For the NDHS 10th season, the 2015 summer show will feature two
wonderful medleys of great American music: “100 Years of Broadway” and “Encore! The Music of Our Times.” Don Harlow,
musical director, said, “This will be an exciting production to celebrate the chorus’ 10th season since NDHS evolved from the Las
Cruces Grande Sweet Adelines Chorus into an organization for both men and women.” NDHS membership is open to those who
can sing in tune, do a few simple dance moves now and then – and have fun doing it. NDHS sings all genres of popular music.
Rehearsals are from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church. For more information, call Harlow at 373-
1816 or email NDHSingers@gmail.com.
NEW DESERT HARMONY SINGERS: Rehearsals for the 2015 summer season are at 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays at St. Paul's United
Methodist Church, 225 W. Griggs Ave. Interested singers are welcome to attend. NDHS Membership is open to those who can
sing in tune, do a few simple dance moves and have fun doing it. NDHS sings all genres of popular music. Rehearsals are 6:30-
8:30 p.m. Tuesdays . Info: Don Harlow, musical director, 575-373-1816 or NDHSingers@gmail.com. St. Paul's United Methodist
Church is a member of ArtForms.
THE RIO GRANDE RECORDERS is seeking new bass, tenor and alto players. The group conducts monthly sessions and weekly
practices. They play Baroque and Renaissance music, as well as sounds from older and modern eras. Experienced and new
players are welcome. Info: rgrecorders.org or call 575-522-1742.
CELESTIAL SOUNDS CHOIR, Las Cruces' community women's choir is seeking new members for their repertoire of three, four
and six-part choral music. They have semiannual concerts. Info: Director Carol Nike, 575-202-9646 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEEKING A SINGER: A local barbershop quartet is seeking an outgoing lead (melody) singer. Tenor range. Those interested
must love the old songs and reading music is a plus. Info: Chuck Riggs, 575-521-1729.
DOO WOP SINGERS NEEDED: Desert Doo Wop vocal group is looking to form in New Mexico. Needed are bilingual vocalists
familiar with ‘50s and ‘60s vocal harmony and music like El Trio Los Panchos. A guitar player who can sing and harmonize would
be a great addition to the organization. Info: 575-267-8836.
CALL FOR SINGERS: THE MESILLA VALLEY CHORALE has rehearsals from 7 to 9 p.m. Mondays at the Social Arts Center at
Good Samaritan Society, 3011 Buena Vida Circle. Experienced choral singers can call Nancy at 575-647-2560.
DONA ANA YOUTH CHOIR: Boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 13 are welcome to audition at St. Paul's United Methodist
Church, 255 W. Griggs Ave. Cost per singer is $50 per semester. For rehearsal times and information, call 575-527-4163.
Singing Out: Las Cruces LGBTA community chorus welcomes new members and will resume rehearsals at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Peace Lutheran Church, 1701 Missouri Ave. Rehearsals are every Tuesday, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
NATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR ARTISTS - Shows, calls for artists and national opportunities for artists. Listings of art
deadlines around the country. Sign up for the free email listing at: http://artdeadlineslist.com/subscribe/freelist.html
CLOUDCROFT ART WORKSHOPS - class schedule available for 2015. Click here for the flyer. DOC
XANADU GALLERY - ArtForms has received a number of e-mail announcements from the Xanadu Gallery in Scottsdale,
Arizona. Their newsletter contains art information that may be of interest to our members. If you would like to receive your own
copy of this newsletter in the future, sign up for their mailing list here.
The Taos Institute for Glass Arts is leading an endeavor to put glass art on the map in New Mexico. Organizers would like to
include as many artists, galleries, schools, resources and events as possible to contribute to the state's robust studio glass
movement. Their aim is to create a guide that supports and advertises glass artists, galleries and pieces. For information on the
New Mexico Art Glass Trails, contact Toni Hippeli, (575) 613-6484, email@example.com.
You may find that some applications must be made through ZAPP, CaFÉ™ or ART DEADLINES LIST. Below is information on
how to create accounts and find more information about a particular Call for Artists. The shows are national but in some cases
they can be searched for by state.
ZAPP https://www.zapplication.org/ Like most online systems, the first step is to register for a new account. Registration is free
and provides you with the opportunity to receive weekly emails and event mailings about upcoming events and important
deadlines. Go here for information on how to apply: https://www.zapplication.org/help-center.php?page=how-to-apply
CaFÉ™ - CallForEntry - https://www.callforentry.org/ CallforEntry.org™, also known as CaFÉ™ is a Web-based service that
allows organizations and administrators to easily and cost-effectively manage artist-application and jury processes related to calls
for entry and other events. The service is especially designed for use with public art projects, artist fellowships, juried visual-arts
competitions, and many other types of calls for entry. You must have an account in order to apply to Calls For ARtists. There is
no cost to register your profile. Go here for information on how to apply for an account: https://www.callforentry.org/faq.phtml
ART DEADLINES LIST - http://artdeadlineslist.com/ Sign up for their newsletter which lists art events and opportunities you can
apply for. The newsletter is free. http://artdeadlineslist.com/subscribe/freelist.html