Calls For Entry
Peripheral Vision issues bimonthly calls for entry to emerging and mid-career American visual artists. Artists seeking critical recognition and exhibition opportunities may apply to any Publication Fellowship for which they are eligible. Fellows are paired with professional art historians for the publication of interpretive essays, interviews, curated exhibitions, profiles, and project pages. We offer 3 article publication fellowships and 3 exhibition fellowships annually.
Artist Publication Fellowships
Apply to be paired with a Peripheral Vision professional curator to publish a solo exhibition of your art and an accompanying interview on our elegantly designed and mobile friendly digital platform. Each exhibition opportunity includes an introductory essay by the curator.
Peripheral Vision is pleased to announce an open call to artists for the SALON 2017 curated online exhibition + essay publication. This contemporary visual art exhibition is open to all American emerging and mid-career artists, graduate MFA students, and past fellows. The exhibition text and artist Project pages will be published in conjunction with journal Issue 7. This publication opportunity is a great way to introduce your art to our followers! Apply by June 14, 2017.
Peripheral Vision administers 3 three prestigious merit-based Article Publication Fellowships annually, including our Emerging Female Artist Fellowship. These publication opportunities are open to American emerging and mid-career artists in all disciplines, including MFA graduate students pursuing fine art studio degrees. Fellows are selected through an editorial review process and collaborate directly with a professional art historian to produce original essays and interviews. This opportunity is ideal for advanced visual artists with a resolved body of work regardless of production date.
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Current Fellows: Access the Guidelines page to view deadlines and other important information about working with your critic.