ArtsKC believes in nurturing creative talent by providing artistic and professional development resources to artists at all stages in their career.
Where to look for Artistic Opportunities
National organization serving all professionals —and not just actors—in film, theater, television, music, opera, radio and dance through programs that address our community’s unique and essential needs.
The art world’s source for income & exhibition opportunities.
TheArtGuide.com is designed to support, promote and encourage the growth of art and spirit of creativity through viewer shared comments, images and posts of current art information. We combine many of the country’s most successful art organizations, museums, local galleries and artists into one comprehensive internet resource of up-to-date listings for Exhibitions, Events and Calls for Entry. At no cost, our members are welcome to post a variety of art activities regionally, nationally and now internationally. Art Guide also offers the most current fully functional mobile features for all electronic hand held devices that can meet viewers at any location.
Find jobs for acting, voiceovers, freelancing, etc. Use the Find Talent section to list yourself as an artist in search of work.
The leading online resource for public art projects, artist fellowships, juried visual art competitions, exhibitions, art commissions, public art RFQs, invitationals, residencies, fellowships, mini grants, and more.
Calls for entries for art fairs, fine craft shows and juried art festivals nationwide.
Opportunities offers continuously updated information for artists, scholars, museum professionals, educators, and other members of the visual-arts community.
Includes auditions, open calls, workshops, dance programs, and other opportunities.
GYST-Ink is an artist-run company/art project by Karen Atkinson, providing resources, technology and solutions created by artists for artists.
A blog that posts information on arts education, exhibits, calls for art, classes and workshops, news and other special interests. Allows blog visitors to submit events, news articles, and more. Artists are also able to add their professional webpages to the artists directory.
The Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission (CAIC) is focused on the creative industries sector of the Kansas economy. The Commission is dedicated to measuring, promoting, supporting and expanding the creative industries to grow the state’s economy and create creative industry-related jobs.
Artists can subscribe to receive information by signing up for the Public Art Opportunities email list.
We feature artists’ opportunities that are taking place in Missouri, have been created by a Missouri organization, have a strong Missouri link, or are programs of the federal government. We do not list opportunities for which artists must be members of an organization, but we do list opportunities that are limited to a particular region of Missouri.
Weekly Resources for Artists page, frequently updated with grants, residencies, and open calls.
RU Opportunities has now merged into a new platform: Rivet, a free online listing service delivering up-to-date information about artist residencies and opportunities worldwide.
A service for professional contemporary artists searching for opportunities – competitions, exhibitions, residencies etc.
WomenArts is founded on the belief that women artists have the power to change the way women are perceived in our society. We want to make sure that artists have full access to the financial and other resources they need to do this crucial work. We focus mainly on women in theatre, film, and video, and we have two main goals: To Challenge Stereotypes – We challenge gender and other stereotypes by supporting the creation and appreciation of art that reflects the full diversity and complexity of women’s lives. To Increase Opportunities – We advocate for women artists to be paid fairly and to have more opportunities to make a living from their creative work.
DutchCulture | TransArtists shares knowledge and experience on residency programs and related topics. TransArtists.org is the platform stimulating and strengthening artists’ mobility internationally. Here you will find all about facts, use and value of international artist-in-residence (AiR) programs as well as other cultural opportunities for artists to stay and work elsewhere. Includes open calls, residencies, and resources (like about funding for artists). But we are more than a website… Check out our news section to know what project we have been working on and what we participated in recently.