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Call to Canadian sculpture artists
http://www.SL@burjpetroleum.com

The Calgary Stampede will recognize and celebrate the 400th anniversary of Quebec City, its twin city, by commissioning a heroic size sculpture commemorating French Canadian influence on early western Canadian (Albertan) farming and ranching and/or in the development of the Calgary Exhibition & Stampede. The work will be placed in Quebec City at a location to be designated by that City. An identical piece will be placed in Calgary. Canadian sculpture artists from across Canada are invited to participate by submitting their interest and concept. Estimated budget: $250,000 - $500,000 Installation: Quebec City - February 2009 Submission deadline: April 1, 2008 For more information and a copy of the detailed artist call, please contact: Sandra LeBlanc at: SL@burjpetroleum.com All applications must be received at the following mailing address: Attention: Sandra LeBlanc Public Art Committee Calgary Stampede Box 1060, Station M Calgary, AB Canada T2P 2K8 For Couriers, use: 1410 Olympic Way SW, Calgary T2G 2W1


Call for Public Artists – 5 projects
http://www.arts.surrey.ca/

The City of Surrey announces five public art opportunities for Canadian artists. “Catalysts, Connections and Intersections” explore Surrey's natural, built, and cultural heritages. The completed artworks will become lasting legacies commemorating Surrey as a Cultural Capital of Canada. 1. Place Making Connections: Green Timbers Greenway The City of Surrey is pleased to invite interested Artists or Artist Teams to submit their qualifications for the creation of a series of highly visible markers at public intersections within the Green Timbers Greenway. These markers should consider the history, growth and development of the nearby Green Timbers Urban Forest; reflect an ecological perspective including the scale of a tree, natural cycles and relationships, society’s interaction and natural heritage stewardship. 2. Movement, Sound, Pattern: Serpentine Greenway The City of Surrey is pleased to invite interested Artists or Artist Teams to submit their qualifications for the creation of a series of highly visual installations for public intersections on the community-used Serpentine Greenway. These are to be designed to reflect the cultural values of the local community and incorporate expressions of movement, sound and pattern. The artwork(s) will be designed, fabricated and installed in recognition of Surrey’s 2008 Cultural Capital designation. 3. Spatial Connections: City Centre Walking Loop Greenway The City of Surrey is pleased to invite interested Artists or Artist Teams to submit their qualifications for the creation of two distinct series of highly visible iconic elements that will mark the transit guideway that permeates the area of the Whalley “City Centre Walking Loop”. The artworks will be designed, fabricated and installed in recognition of Surrey’s 2008 designation Cultural Capital designation. 4. Culture as Catalyst: Bear Creek Park The City of Surrey is pleased to invite interested Artists or Artist Teams to submit their qualifications for the creation of a legacy public art installation for Bear Creek Park. The project scope calls for artists to collaborate across cultures and media to produce a contemporary and lasting art installation focused on the theme of ”Mother Languages” as a vehicle for understanding and creating legacies. Movement and sound may be employed as an expression of the work. New media or new approaches to media, and mixing media are encouraged. The installation may become a focal point for annual community celebrations related to International Mother Languages Day. The artwork(s) will be designed, fabricated and installed in recognition of Surrey’s 2008 designation Cultural Capital designation. 5. Cultural Intersections: Cloverdale The City of Surrey is pleased to invite interested Artists or Artist Teams to submit their qualifications for the creation of public art for the revitalization of 176th Street in Cloverdale. There are currently two options being considered that will be determined by the availability of additional funding. The two opportunities are to either add creative elements to the streetscape or to create Gateway signage at Highway #10 and 176th Street. Both possibilities will help build a family-friendly milieu in which to celebrate the history of Cloverdale, specifically how transportation has impacted its development. One of these options will be designed, fabricated and installed in recognition of Surrey’s 2008 designation Cultural Capital designation. The detailed Calls for Artists are available at: www.arts.surrey.ca Follow the 'Public and Community Art/Opportunities' links on the left hand side. General information meeting: Thursday April 24, 6:00 -8:00 p.m. Surrey Arts Centre, 13750-88th Avenue RSVP: Violet McGregor at 604 590 7274 or email purchasing@surrey.ca


Request for Expressions of Interest - Community Public Art
http://www.richmond.ca/culture/publicart/opportunities.htm

The City of Richmond Public Art Commission (RPAC) is seeking expressions of interest from artists to design, fabricate and install a site-specific community public art project, to be located at Richmond Hospital, 7000 Westminster Hwy., Richmond, BC. This is the first community public art project that Richmond Hospital has undertaken. ARTIST ELIGIBILITY Open to professional artists of all disciplines. Artists outside Richmond may apply but no travel funding is available. Interdisciplinary and team approaches are welcome. BUDGET The total budget available to the artist(s) or artist team, inclusive of all expenses (including GST), will be $4,000.00. DEADLINE Complete expression of interest packages must be received on or before Friday, April 11, 2008 by 4:00 pm. (This is not a postmark deadline). For complete details including submission information visit: http://richmond.ca/culture/publicart/opportunities.htm Or download: http://richmond.ca/__shared/assets/hospital19790.pdf For additional information or questions please contact: Suzanne Greening at 604 247-8320 or sgreening@richmond.ca


Three Harbour Green Public Art - Coal Harbour Development
http://www.urbanartmanagement.com/

ASPAC Developments Ltd. has retained Urban Art Management to facilitate Public Art for Three Harbour Green located in Coal Harbour. ASPAC is seeking artists or a team of artists to create building integrated artwork in conjunction with the construction of the last tower in Coal Harbour, Three Harbour Green. The Call for Qualifications has been prepared to solicit responses from BC artists experienced with public art, budgeting and collaboration with architects. An art budget of $ 185,760 has been designated for this project. Due to the collaborative nature of this project, the artist will sign a design services contract with ASPAC (budget to be determined). The remaining fees will be allocated to the project and possibly leveraged by the existing materials in the building. Project Schedule: March 14: The Call is posted. April 18: All submittal materials must be received by 4:00 pm. April 24: All submittal materials will be reviewed by the Selection Panel. Three artists will be short listed. May 9: Interviews For further information: Visit www.urbanartmanagement.com, Artist Opportunities Or call: Leesa Strimbicki 604-872-1466


Educators visit The Getty Education Institute for the Arts for useful resources
http://www.Educators visit The Getty Education Institute for the Arts ...

Educators visit The Getty Education Institute for the Arts for useful resources available for quality arts programs in action. See what's new at http://getty.edu/education


Visual Artist Information Hotline
http://www.nyfa.org/vaih

Visual Artist Information Hotline (1-800-232-2789), a toll-free information service for visual artists, provides information in all fifty states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam and the Virgin Islands. Artists can speak directly to staff between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. EST, Monday - Friday EST. The Hotline provides information on support to artists (national, regional and state), emergency funding, health and safety, insurance, artist communities and residencies, international opportunities, public art programs, studio space programs, legal information and publications.


The American Antiquarian Society is now accepting applications for fellowships
http://www.cmm@mwa.org

The American Antiquarian Society is now accepting applications for fellowships for historical research by creative and performing artists, writers, film makers and journalists. For more information about fellowship terms and procedures Email: cmm@mwa.org.


The National Alliance for the Media Arts and Culture provides a central place on the World Wide Web
http://www.namac.org

New Online Support Center for Independent Media - www.namac.org. The National Alliance for the Media Arts and Culture provides a central place on the World Wide Web where media organizations, producers and media educators can connect with each other, learn about services and programs, find current news and useful resources, share experiences and insights, and participate in shaping the future of media arts


Vermont Studio Center holds artist residencies 2-12 weeks, year-round.
http://www.wvculture.org/opportunities.aspx?Category=Visual

Vermont Studio Center holds artist residencies 2-12 weeks, year-round. Individual studio retreats, full fellowships. Write: Vermont Studio Center Box 613AN Johnson, VT 05656or call (802)635-2727.


Emergency Assistance Grant for artists working on a mature level for 10+ years who have needs arising from unforeseen catastrophic accidents
http://www.wvculture.org/opportunities.aspx?Category=Visual

Emergency Assistance Grant for artists working on a mature level for 10+ years who have needs arising from unforeseen catastrophic accidents. Around $4,000. Write Gottleib Foundation 380 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012.


Kokoro, "where art and nature meet." Residencies in contemplative setting
http://www.kokoro@sover.net

Kokoro, 'where art and nature meet.' Residencies in contemplative setting. Studios, Japanese Bath, pond, waterfall, supportive critiques. E-mail kokoro@sover.net


Buhl Foundation Grant. For photography of the American landscape
http://www.wvculture.org/opportunities.aspx?Category=Visual

Buhl Foundation Grant. For photography of the American landscape. Write Buhl Foundation Attn. Grant Applications 114 Greene St. New York, NY 10012, call (212)274-0100.


Montana Artists Refuge
http://www.wvculture.org/opportunities.aspx?Category=Visual

Montana Artists Refuge. Ongoing applications, all disciplines. 3 months-1 year stays. Send SASE to Montana Artists Refuge Box 8 Basin, MT 59631 or call (406)225-3525.


Headlands Center for the Arts accepts ongoing applications for residencies in the visual, media, literary, and performing arts.
http://www.wvculture.org/opportunities.aspx?Category=Visual

Headlands Center for the Arts accepts ongoing applications for residencies in the visual, media, literary, and performing arts. Write Headlands Center for the Arts 944 Fort Barry Sausalito, CA 94965, call (415)331-2787, or fax (415)331-3857.


Tennessee Association of Craft Artists. Craft Fair and Celebration of Fine Crafts
http://www.wvculture.org/opportunities.aspx?Category=Visual

Tennessee Association of Craft Artists. Craft Fair and Celebration of Fine Crafts. Call (615)665-0502 or write TACA P.O. Box 120066 Nashville TN 37212-0066.


Year round residency in photography, painting, ceramics, textiles, writing, music, performance.
http://www.wvculture.org/opportunities.aspx?Category=Visual

Nantucket Island School of Design and the Arts. Year round residency in photography, painting, ceramics, textiles, writing, music, performance. Phone or fax (508)228-2451.


Helene Wurlitzer Foundation offers residencies to creative (not interpretive) artists
http://www.wvculture.org/opportunities.aspx?Category=Visual

Helene Wurlitzer Foundation offers residencies to creative (not interpretive) artists. Free rent and utilities in furnished studio. Write Helene Wurlitzer Foundation of New Mexico P.O. Box 1891 Taos, New Mexico 87571 Attn. Michael A. Knight, Director or fax 505-758-2559.


Light Work Artist in Residence Program for photography and related media
http://www.wvculture.org/opportunities.aspx?Category=Visual

Light Work Artist in Residence Program for photography and related media. One month stays. They provide housing, studio space, $1,200 stipend. Ongoing deadlines. Light Work 3116 Waverly Ave. Syracuse, NY 13244 Phone (315)443-2450.


ArtsLink Collaborative Projects
http://www.artslink@cecip.org

ArtsLink Collaborative Projects - allows US artists and arts organizations to undertake projects overseas with their colleagues in Central and Eastern Europe. Projects should offer demonstrable benefits to participants from both countries. For more info email artslink@cecip.org


Accepting short film submissions for upcoming screenings.
http://www.billburg.com/ocularis

Ocularis, a weekly film series in Williamsburg (Brooklyn). DEADLINE: on-going. Accepting short film submissions for upcoming screenings. Films are screened every Sunday before a feature. There is no submission fee and all genres are welcome. Send a VHS preview copy to Ocularis (@Galapagos), 70 North 6th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 11211. Please include return postage if you want to have your tape returned. For additional information contact Moira Griffin, Short Films Curator, email: melana_1@yahoo.com. For more info or a submission form check out their website http://www.billburg.com/ocularis


NEW funding for individual artists
http://www.creative-capital.org

NEW funding for individual artists. Creative Capital, a new national consortium comprised of 23 foundations and individuals, was launched in January of 1999. Their purpose is to fund individual artists whose work holds the potential to significantly impact arts and culture at the local, national or international level. For more information visit www.creative-capital.org


National Directory of Artist Internships
http://www.artistplacement.com/

National Directory of Artist Internships, Millenium Edition at www.artistplacement.com


New AAP/ORBI Artist Fast Track Program The Appalachian Arts Program (AAP) and the Ohio River Border Initiative (ORBI)
http://www.orbi.org/news.html#fast track

New AAP/ORBI Artist Fast Track Program The Appalachian Arts Program (AAP) and the Ohio River Border Initiative (ORBI) are providing financial assistance so that the artists of our region can improve their skills, find new inspiration and expose themselves to new ideas. Artists and craftspeople, part-time or full time, with professional experience, may apply for grants in amounts up to $500. You may not apply for more than one grant in the state fiscal year period, July 1 to June 30. Eligible artists and craftspeople must live in Appalachian Ohio and the West Virginia counties that touch the Ohio River. Grants are intended to support immediate, short-term projects that have a positive impact upon the career development of artists by helping them: (1) increase access to audiences and venues, (2) develop new skills and insights, (3) investigate new artistic ideas and approaches. Projects must have a specific beginning point and a specific end point. Grants are not intended for long term or open ended projects such as the purchase tools or equipment or for long term training or education. http://www.orbi.org/news.html#fast track


Digital flick submissions for their rotating menu of short films in the Takeout section
http://www.newvenue.com/

The New Venue is accepting digital flick submissions for their rotating menu of short films in the Takeout section. All flicks need to be no larger than 5MB, and no longer than 15 minutes. Never made a digital flick? The New Venue also houses a step-by-step giude for the novice filmmaker. http://www.newvenue.com


Call for artists, writers, choreographers, composers and filmakers
http://www.atlanticcenterforthearts.org/

Atlantic Center for the Arts, 1414 Art Center Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, Florida 32168 offers a call for artists, writers, choreographers, composers and filmakers. Work with the world's most distinguished artists in a retreat-like setting. The Center provides selected artists with free housing, weekday meals and studio time. For application procedures, visit www.atlanticcenterforthearts.org or phone 800-393-6975.


Oppenheimer Camera Filmmaker Equipment Grant Program
http://www.oppenheimercamera.com/grant2.html

Oppenheimer Camera Filmmaker Equipment Grant Program 206.467.8666. E-mail dana@oppenheimercamera.com. www.oppenheimercamera.com/grant2.html Deadline: ongoing. The program supports new filmmakers working on their first serious dramatic, narrative, documentary, or experimental production with one-year access to a professional Arriflex 16SR (16mm) camera system and technical support.


Submissions sought for photography, poetry, fiction and nonfiction for the Appalachian review Nantahala
http://www.nantahalareview.org/

Submissions sought for photography, poetry, fiction and nonfiction for the Appalachian review Nantahala. For details and deadlines go to www.NantahalaReview.org, or contact Robert Merritt, English Dept., Bluefield College, 3000 College Dr., Bluefield VA 24605, or call 540-326-4270.


$1,000 emergency grants to visual artists of any discipline
http://www.wvculture.org/opportunities.aspx?Category=Visual

Change, Inc. provides one-time $1,000 emergency grants to visual artists of any discipline who are facing possible eviction, unpaid bills, fire damage or any other emergency the Change board deems worthy. Applicants must be professional artists who can demonstrate need. Send a letter of need, proof of inability to pay bills or rent, a resume, any reviews or press releases of past exhibitions, photos or slides of work and two reference letters from others in the field. Grant applications should be sent to Change, Inc, PO Box 54, Captiva, FL 33924 (212) 473-3742.


Call for craft & fine art to sell on consignment
http://www.Call for craft & fine art to sell on consignment. Conta...

Call for craft & fine art to sell on consignment. Contact Twin Rivers Gallery, 108 Main St, Oak Hill WV 25901, or call 304-469-6666, or email cynthia@twinriversdesign.com.


Blindskills, Inc
http://www.wvculture.org/opportunities.aspx?Category=Visual

Blindskills, Inc., welcomes the submission of freelance material from visually impaired authors for possible publication. Needs include interviews of interest or assistance to newly blind and other visually impaired people, examples of career and leisure experiences, fiction, humor and coping methods. Deadlines are April 1, July 1, October 1 and January 1. For more information, contact Blindskills, Inc., at P.O. Box 5181, Salem, OR 97304-0181.


THE TRI-STATE ARTS ASSOCIATION
http://www.tristateartsassociation.org/

THE TRI-STATE ARTS ASSOCIATION is an organization of painters, drawings, photographers, potters, sculptures, stained glass, and woodcarvers. The TSAA is a juried association with a 50 year tradition of excellence in the Tri-State area of West Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio. The purpose of this association is to encourage and promote a public interest in and understanding of all schools of art. Jurying occurs in the fall and spring each year. We presently have 150 members. For membership information, please contact: Kathleen Hollett (304) 525-6277 or E-mail: Kathleen2001_10@hotmail.com. Additional information will be provided by visiting our web site at www.tristateartsassociation.org.


Craft Emergency Relief Fund
http://www.craftemergency.org/

Craft Emergency Relief Fund provides direct financial and educational assistance to craft artists, including emergency relief assistance, business development support, and resources and referrals on topics such as health, safety, and insurance. CERF also advocates, engages in research and backs policy that supports craft artists' careers.


THE UCROSS FOUNDATION RESIDENCY PROGRAM
http://www.ucrossfoundation.org/

THE UCROSS FOUNDATION RESIDENCY PROGRAM for the arts and literature offers residencies for 2-8 weeks. Located on a 22,000acre working cattle ranch in the foothills of Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains, the Foundation provides individual workspace, living accommodations, uninterrupted time and the experience of the historic High Plains landscape to selected writers, artists, and composers working in all disciplines. There is no charge for room, board, or studio space. The quality of an applicant’s work is given primary consideration in the review process; individuals from all stages of their professional careers are invited to apply. At any one time there are typically 8 individuals in residence. Facilities include an Elephant etching press and a composer’s cabin which has an electronic keyboard, synthesizer, and piano. Annual deadlines are October 1 for Spring Session (February-June) and March 1 for Fall Session (August-December). For brochure, application and guidelines, visit our website www.ucrossfoundation.org or send SASE to Ucross Foundation 30 Big Red Lane, Clearmont, WY 82835. Phone: (307) 737-2291, Fax: (307) 737-2322, Email: info@ucross.org


The ART in Embassies Program
http://www.aiep.state.gov/submit.html

The ART in Embassies Program promotes the cultural identity of America's art and artists by borrowing original works of art by U.S. citizens for display in U.S. embassy residencies worldwide. Each ART exhibition is developed collaboratively between a U.S. ambassador and a curator. Image-based and abstract work in all medial will be selected. Visit the Web site for submission details. Deadline is ongoing. http://aiep.state.gov/submit.html


Online Portfolios For Visual Artists
http://www.artpromote.com/artists/

Online Portfolios For Visual Artists Online artist portfolios created by ArtPromote.com. This is a free service for artists who do not have their own websites. For established artists there is a modest one time administration fee. To apply follow the instructions under 'Add an Artist' at the url below. http://www.artpromote.com/artists/


2008 Augusta Craft Fair Call for Entries
http://www.augustaheritage.com/craftfair.html

2008 Augusta Craft Fair Call for Entries The Juried Craft Fair will be held Saturday August 9, 2008, from 10am to 6pm in Elkins, West Virginia. It is part of the Augusta Festival, which runs from Friday August 10 through Sunday August 12, 2008. In addition to the Craft Fair, the Augusta Festival celebrates Appalachian heritage arts and folk life with concerts, music, and dance workshops from 10am to 6pm at the Elkins City Park on Saturday, followed by an evening concert at 8pm at the Harper-McNeeley Auditorium. 1st Jury session - all applications must be received on or before January 15, 2008. 2nd Jury session – all applications must be received on or before May 15, 2008. Please feel free to call or email if you have any questions! Augusta Heritage Center 100 Campus Drive • Davis & Elkins College • Elkins, WV 26241 1.800.624.3157 X1209 | 304.637.1209 augusta@augustaheritage.com


FOCUS FILM FESTIVAL
http://www.farnorthernrc.org/focusfilmfestival/

FOCUS FILM FESTIVAL OPEN CALL FOR ENTRIES Short films, 30 minutes or under, will be accepted for competition in the 2008 FOCUS Film Festival's 'First Annual Filmmakers Competition: FOCUS on Living with a Disability.' We are accepting submissions in the following categories: drama, comedy, documentary, animation, or experimental. Submission Deadline: 07/15/2008


Visions of Music
http://www.gallerywv@yahoo.com

Visions of Music Renaissance Gallery, based in Huntington, W.Va., is seeking submissions to its First Annual Spring Art Exhibition, Visions of Music. This exhibition will be held April, 2008, with submissions to be brought to or shipped to the Gallery March 15-30, 2008. All work must have a musical theme or relate to music and/or musicians. This show is open to all artists 18 years old. The Renaissance Gallery is open to new and experimental works as well as traditional art. For more information, please feel free to contact the gallery during regular business hours, Wednesday through Saturday 12-4 pm and Sunday 1-4 pm. Or send e-mail to gallerywv@yahoo.com The Renaissance Gallery is a small artist co-op located in the city of Huntington, W.Va., which draws its members from the surrounding tri-state area of western West Virginia, southern Ohio and eastern Kentucky. Each year, the group hosts an exhibition of Miniature Art. The exhibition is open to all North American residents 18 years or older. This is a new exhibition that is to join our traditional Miniature Exhibition, and is to become an annual event. All fine art media except copier reproductions accepted. Artwork must be the original and have been completed in the last year. For a prospectus, send a self-address stamp envelop to: The Renaissance Art Gallery, 900 Eighth Street, Suite 20, Huntington, WV 25701 or e-mail to gallerywv@yahoo.com.


In Touch & Concerned
http://www.wvculture.org/arts/images/artexpo_callforartists.pdf

In Touch & Concerned is seeking artists and musicians to participate in Art Expo on Saturday, April 12th, 2008. Attached you will find a flyer with more information about the event. Please contact 296-6109 for an application form or for additional information.


Craft show opportunity
http://www.vashowsinc.com/

Virginia Show Productions, Inc www.vashowsinc.com Craft show opportunity Spring Show March 7-9, 2008 Christmas Show: November 6-9, 2008 For more information: Email: vashowsinc@aol.com Call 434-372-3410 PO Box 305 Chase City, Virginia 23924


Artists submitting a portfolio for general review (solo and group exhibitions)
http://www.fcmoca.org/subm.html

Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art Artists submitting a portfolio for general review (solo and group exhibitions) are reviewed on a quarterly basis by a committee made up of museum staff and arts professionals from the community. You can expect to receive notice regarding your work within one year of receipt of your portfolio. Please consider that general review submissions are used to schedule future exhibition calendars, and must be retained this amount of time for reference purposes. The exhibition schedule is typically booked at least eighteen months from the present date. For further information, please obtain a prospectus at http://www.fcmoca.org/subm.html SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: 15 to 20 slides, a CD or DVD of recent work list of related works including; titles, medium, sizes, dates, retail values artist statement pertinent to the work submitted resume and bio statement self-addressed, stamped envelope if you would like to receive confirmation that your submission has arrived, please include a self-addressed, stamped postcard.


Artist-in-Residence Program for Regional, National and International artists
http://www.mccollcenter.org/

McColl Center for Visual Art - Artist-in-Residence Program for Regional, National and International artists APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 5, 2008. Fall 2009 and Winter 2010 sessions available. Private studios, $2,000 materials budget, $3,300 stipend provided. 24-hour access to fully-equipped metal and wood shops, media lab, darkroom, printmaking, sculpture, and ceramic studios. Paid travel and condominiums for artists outside of the Charlotte area. Application guidelines on website, www.mccollcenter.org, Questions: email or phone Claudia Gonzalez-Griffin, cgriffin@mccollcenter.org or 704-332-5535.


Derivative Composition
http://www.vsarts.org/

Derivative Composition An International juried art exhibition by artists with disabilities. Deadline: Friday March 21, 2009 Visit: www.vsarts.org for more information VSA is seeking visual artists with disabilities whose work is inspired by the performing arts.


opportunity to WV Artists and craftsmen to design the winning trophy of glass design
http://www.wvgolfing.com/WVPGA.pdf

WV Division of Tourism and the Professional Golf Association tour, are offering an opportunity to WV Artists and craftsmen to design the winning trophy of glass design, for the PGA Tout/nationwide Tour Players Cup tournament. Deadline April 1. PDF at the web link below.


New Directions in Floral Painting
http://www.karenhalpern.com/

Workshop to be held at Cedar Lakes Craft Center in Ripley, WV August 3-8, 2008. For more information contact Karen Halpern at k_halpern@hotmail.com or phone at 248.851.8215. Visit the website at www.karenhalpern.com


2D-144 - National Invitational Exhibition
http://www.ship.edu/news/juried2d/index.html

National Invitational Exhibition Prospectuses available at http://www.ship.edu/news/juried2d/index.html or contact the SU Art Department at 717.477.1530 Deadline May 1, 2008 Exhibit: July 2-September 5, 2008


Fish Follies
http://www.infoservices@cityofcordova.net

Postmark Deadline April 25, 2008 Exhibition Dates June 11-September 1, 2008 Cordovoa Historical Museum Open to artists 18 and older with the theme of anything fishy, oceans, water, fishing or seafood related. For information: PO Box 391 Cordova, AK 99574, 907.424.6665, infoservices@cityofcordova.net


The Smithtown Township Arts Council
http://www.stacarts.org/

The Smithtown Township Arts Council is now accepting entries for The Art of Music, an exhibition seeking to capture the total music environment: the performers, the lights, the audience, and the instruments. Open to all artists and all visual media. The exhibition is to be held June 7- July 1, 2008 at the Mills Pond House Gallery, and one winning artist will be selected to participate in STAC’s annual Winner’s Showcase. Exhibited work may not exceed 54' in width. Deadline for entries is April 30, 2008, and must be submitted as 300 ppi jpeg files on CD only (1800x1800). Visit stacarts.org for full prospectus or send SASE to STAC, 660 Rte 25A, St. James, NY 11780.


The New York National High School Film Festival
http://www.TrinityFilmClub@gmail.com

Eligibility: Any high school student in the U.S. Entry Fee: $10 each submission. Format: Mini-DV, VHS or DVD. Submissions will not be returned. Deadline: April 24, 2008 Contact: TrinityFilmClub@gmail.com


Call for Outdoor Sculpture: Bookworm Gardens
http://www.bookwormgardens.org/

Please visit: www.bookwormgardens.org to learn more before you apply BWG will commission 20 to 30 artists to create outdoor sculptures for its gardens in 2008 and 2009. There will be over 70 children’s books represented in Bookworm Gardens and many will use sculpture as a focal point. The subject matter of these commissioned works will be specific to growing things and to the selected books listed on the website. The budget for each sculpture will be a portion of the Sponsorship Price listed on the website. Located on the UW Sheboygan Campus, the park will open in the spring of 2009. Eligibility: All Wisconsin artists are invited to apply. Submissions will be pre-screened, and selected artists will be invited to an interview and to tour the BWG’s site in the spring and summer of 2008. The style or content of the work that you submit should be relevant to the BWG concept, children’s interests, or growing things. If your work falls outside these parameters, your Letter of Interest may be used to describe how you think that your work could be applied to these themes. Materials must be durable to withstand Wisconsin climates and safe for interaction with children. Submit: • A Letter of Interest describing how your work will compliment Bookworm Gardens, a particular garden theme, or a specific book or character. • Your resume • 5 digital images of your work with a list including Name, Title, Size, Material, Date, and price range for each work. By email to: Sher Quasius, squasius@charter.net Or Snail Mail to: Sher Quasius 3615 N 6th Street, Sheboygan, WI 53083 Submission Deadline: May 31st, 2008


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