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  •   Shhh… surveys a landscape of propaganda, information and disinformation, darkened by political uncertainty. It’s a story of amorphous narratives, irrational conclusions and omnipresent media – an epic of a nation coming apart under the pressure of its own freedoms and liberties. Set against the backdrop of World War II propaganda posters, Arts + Literature Laboratory seeks a multigenerational group of artists for an exhibition that pictures the universe of a democracy struggling with i…
  •   ARTIST HONORS AND AWARDS All selected artists’ work is exhibited in our Main Exhibition Space and in the Online Exhibition complete with artist website links. C4FAP also provides professional installation images, event Press Release and social media promotions with an audience of 180,000+ followers internationally. All artists and friends are welcome to celebrate the exhibition with us at the Reception. JUROR’S AWARD: $400 DIRECTOR’S AWARD: $200 HONORABLE MENTIONS ARTIST IMMERSION SA…
  • Lann Briel posted a new Opportunity Bemidji Sculpture Walk
      Be a part of our 19th Annual Sculpture Walk,  Northern Minnesota’s premiere public art venue, downtown Bemidji, Minnesota. This program has become a foundation of Bemidji's downtown and a highly anticipated venue for tourists year round. Selected works are installed and displayed for 12 months in highly visible curated outdoor locations throughout downtown Bemidji. The Bemidji Sculpture Walk Board is a working group comprised of area artists and art lovers. We curate over 50 outdoor ar…
  • Lann Briel posted a new Opportunity Call for Proposals: Video
    Priority is given to video installations, experimental single-channels, and animated videos. Artists chosen for residencies have free access to the center’s production studios and equipment for a two-week to one-month period. La Bande Vidéo provides technical support. A complete array of HD equipment is available: digital cameras, shooting material, accessories, production rooms, and projection equipment. Our center also provides: •    Part of the subsistence fees •    In additi…
  • The deadline for the Benedictine Center Juried Art Show is January 17.   This annual show, called “Seeing God,” features local artists whose work helps viewers experience a sense of the Divine.    Awards total $375 ($150 for first place, $125 for second, $100 for third).  Awards will be announced January 31 at an official reception held in St. Paul’s Monastery in Maplewood.  In its seven-year history, this contest has attracted 180 local artists.   Contest rules, guidelines and …
  • Awards up to $2,500 to an individual engaged in researching and writing about photographic theory relating to the imagery and its impact on individuals and societies; and/or our relationship to images and the reasons that drive their creation. Qualifications:  Advanced scholars and researchers from any discipline are encouraged to apply. Pre-doctoral applicants must have completed coursework and preliminary examinations for the doctoral degree and must be engaged in dissertation research. App…
  • Overview Are you someone who is: ·         An innovative leader in the visual arts education or learning community? ·         An articulate and persuasive relationship builder who forges productive partnerships across a variety of audiences and stakeholders? ·         A dynamic leader with a proven track record of effectively managing and mentoring teams? If so, then the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago is looking for you! The Dr. Robert N. Mayer Director of Learning…
  •   Each year Wilderness Workshop sponsors the Artist in Wilderness program. The residency takes place during the summer/fall months and for 2018, two artists will be chosen from the competition. For 2018, we are selecting artists who create wearable jewelry, inspired by nature and/or by using natural materials. A jury of knowledgeable arts administators and collectors choose the final two applicants. The participants then use their residency to be inspired in the natural world through photog…
  • In reviewing submitted RFQ materials, the State will consider the following: The quality of the artist’s portfolio and previous work samples submitted The artist’s demonstrated experience working in the scale, medium, and scope outlined The artist’s cover letter and how well it addresses this particular project The artist’s experience working with the public art process and demonstrated ability to work with the project architect and facility managers Following review, select artists w…
  •   "This experience has changed the way we look at creating new work." - WIP artists Red Eye's annual Works-In-Progress (WIP) program gives area artists access to space and other practical resources – financial, technical, and administrative – necessary to develop ideas for performance. What's more, it provides enough time for those ideas to incubate, for the possibility to learn from daring experiments that fail, or unexpected discoveries that beg for further exploration. The program brin…