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Integrated Arts Program for Organizations: Touring Grants
http://www.canadacouncil.ca/grants/interarts/cd128384912058970356.htm

Integrated Arts Program for Organizations: Touring Grants


Integrated Arts Program for Organizations: Touring Grants
http://www.canadacouncil.ca/grants/interarts/cd128384912058970356.htm

Integrated Arts Program for Organizations: Touring Grants


Integrated Arts Program for Organizations: Co-creation, Co-production, Programming, Hosting, and Support and Development Grants
http://www.canadacouncil.ca/grants/interarts/jb128366936717339021.htm

Integrated Arts Program for Organizations: Co-creation, Co-production, Programming, Hosting, and Support and Development Grants


Integrated Arts Program for Organizations: Annual and Multi-year Creation/Production Grants
http://www.canadacouncil.ca/grants/interarts/zk128366982385559584.htm

Integrated Arts Program for Organizations: Annual and Multi-year Creation/Production Grants


Creation/Production Project Grants (Integrated Arts Program for Organizations)
http://www.canadacouncil.ca/grants/interarts/zn128358286202832203.htm

Creation/Production Project Grants (Integrated Arts Program for Organizations


NEW - SUMMARY of Integrated Arts Program for Organizations
http://www.canadacouncil.ca/grants/interarts/orgs.htm

NEW - SUMMARY of Integrated Arts Program for Organization


RBC® Canadian Painting Competition
http://www.canadianart.ca/foundation/programs/rbc/

Established in 1999, the RBC® Canadian Painting Competition, with the support of the Canadian Art Foundation, is a tribute to Canada's artistic talent. With semi-finalists selected from regions across the country, the artists' entries represent a significant contribution to Canada's rich cultural vibrancy in the contemporary art scene. RBC® Canadian Painting Competition provides a forum to engage communities across Canada and celebrate the exceptional skill of our up-and-coming visual artists. The competition encourages and nurtures creative potential and facilitates the entry of professional artists into the visual arts community. The goal of the competition is to support and nurture Canadian visual artists in their early career by providing them a forum to display their artistic talent to the country and hopefully open doors to future opportunity. To help up-and-coming artists build their career, the winner will receive a $25,000 national prize and the two honourable mentions will each be awarded a $15,000.


8th International Editorial Cartoon Competition
http://www.tabrizcartoons.com/en/detail.asp?ID=651

1. The theme for 8th International Editorial Cartoon Competition 2008 is: 'Rewriting history' 2. Three prizes will be awarded. First prize: $1500, crystal trophy, and Canadian UNESCO certificate. Second prize: $750 plus a certificate. Third prize: $500 and certificate. All sums are in Canadian dollars. Ten additional cartoons will each receive an Award of Excellence. Regrettably no financial remuneration accompanies Awards of Excellence. 3. A maximum of three cartoons will be accepted from each cartoonist. They may be in colour or black and white. They may be sent as attachments to an e-mail. They may not have previously won an award. They will not be returned. 4. The size of the cartoon should not exceed 8.5 by 11 inches. 5. The cartoonist's name, address, telephone number, fax number, and e-mail address (if available) must be on the reverse side of each cartoon or in the body of the e-mail to which the cartoon is attached. A short biography of the Cartoonist should be provided. 6. The Canadian Committee for World Press shall have the rights to use any of the cartoons entered in the Competition for promotion of the Luncheon or World Press Freedom Day 2 May. Participation in the competition implies agreement by the cartoonist to the conditions of this article. 7. The winners of the Competition will be announced at the World Press Freedom Day Luncheon held at the National Arts Center in Ottawa, on May 2, 2008 and will be advised by mail or fax or e-mail. The results may be posted on the National Press Club Web site http://www.pressclub.on.ca/ the 3rd of May, 2008. 8. Entry deadline is 5 pm Eastern Standard Time, Friday, March 28, 2008. Mail entries to: 8th International Editorial Cartoon Competition,Canadian Committee for World Press Freedom,Suite 405-350 Sparks Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. K1R 7S8 E-mail entries to: combroad1@rogers.com - JPEG format at 300 DPI (Source: http://www.tabrizcartoons.com/en/detail.asp?ID=651)


One of a Kind Show and Sale 2008 - Chicago
http://www.zapplication.org/

The eighth annual One of a Kind Show and Sale Chicago is the premier fine art and fine craft show scheduled during one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year--December 4-7, 2008. Located in downtown Chicago in The Merchandise Mart, this juried, indoor show features original, handmade work by over 400 top artists and artisans, and delivers a highly-qualified audience of affluent consumers and collectors as well as designers, gallery owners and trade representatives. An annual must-attend event for 35,000 Chicagoans who love to shop, the show is considered 'Chicago's Holiday Shopping Show.' Deadline: May 1, 2008. For more information or to apply, go to: www.zapplication.org


Hidden Glen Arts Festival
http://www.zapplication.org/

The Hidden Glen Arts Festival at Cedar Creek, Olathe, Kansas, is a celebration of fine arts in a stunning natural setting. Nestled among the waterfalls, lakes and dramatic vistas of Cedar Creek, one of America's top master planned environments, the Hidden Glen Arts Festival draws a diverse assortment of the nation's finest artists together with beautiful scenery, music and food--a combination proven to attract greater Kansas City's art patrons and thousands of festival attendees annually. Three thousand dollars in prizes will be awarded to the top artists in the festival. The application deadline is April 15, 2008. For more information or to apply, go to: www.zapplication.org


Midwest Salute to the Arts
http://www.zapplication.org

Come and be one of the select 100 artists exhibiting in Everett Moody Park at Longacre in Fairview Heights, Illinois for the 21st Annual Midwest Salute to Arts. This festival of fine art will take place August 22-24 and features cash awards over $15,000. Deadline: April 30, 2008. For more information or to apply, go to: www.zapplication.org


Please Touch Again
http://www.tohonochulpark.org/

Tohono Chul Park is looking for artists to submit their work for an upcoming exhibit entitled, Please Touch Again . The artwork submitted must be completely touchable, having tactile or perhaps sound qualities. The exhibit will open on August 21 and continue through November 9, 2008 in the Exhibit Hall. Artists may contact Peggy Hazard, Assistant Curator of Exhibits, at 520.742.6455 ext. 217 for information on submitting work for the exhibit; selections will be made in July. Submission forms can be downloaded at the Tohono Chul Park website, www.tohonochulpark.org. Deadline: July 10, 2008. Please Touch Again is the third in a series of award-winning, hands-on exhibits at Tohono Chul Park. The series is intended to give everyone a unique opportunity to experience art using multiple senses, reaching out to people in the community who have vision loss. Labels for the exhibit will be provided in large print and Braille, and Tohono Chul Park plans to provide audio-described tours as well. A free reception with the artists will be a part of the October 24 Park After Dark event. Tohono Chul Park is the Southwest's center where nature, art, and culture connect. Educational programs, art, and cultural exhibits, nature trails, gardens, and special events offer the visitor the opportunity to experience the desert and all its treasurers. Tohono Chul Park, 7366 N. Paseo del Norte, Tucson, AZ 85704.


Digital Explorations: Urban Nomad
http://www.huronvalleyarts.org/

Huron Valley Council for the Arts is hosting an all digital exhibit entitled Digital Explorations: Urban Nomad. Send us your 8x10 and we'll frame and display. Cash prizes in 4 categories: most beautiful, pushing technology the furthest, most artistic, best interpretation of theme 'urban nomad.' Non-juried and artist-friendly entry fee of $20. Opening reception will feature live music and refreshments. Deadline: June 1, 2008. Visit www.huronvalleyarts.org on the 'gallery' page for application and instructions. Huron Valley Council for the Arts, 205 W. Livingston, Highland, MI 48357.


Perrysburg Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit
http://www.perrysburgarts.org

Perrysburg Ohio is a thriving historic community located on the banks of the Maumee River. Rich in culture and heritage Perrysburg is a scenic setting for a one year temporary sculpture exhibit. This affluent community with a population of 20,000 supports year round cultural events. The warm months bring tens of thousands of visitors into the area for 3 successful art festivals, 36 summer concerts, 18 visual art exhibits, a regional car show, First Friday Street Fests, and much more in historic downtown. During the cold months the flow of tourists continues as residents and visitors attend annual parades, fall festivities, holiday tree lighting events, and indoor concerts. The Perrysburg Area Arts Council will place sculptures in strategic locations that will enhance the sculptures, and capitalize on public viewing opportunities during community events and sculpture exhibit promotional programs. Sales are encouraged with a print catalogue, project website, docent tours and on-site map. Prize money: 1st Prize: $2000, 2nd Prize: $750, 3rd: $500. This show is open to all sculptors working in durable, outdoor sculpture materials. Approximately 9 sculptors will be awarded carefully selected placement in scenic historic downtown district of Perrysburg Ohio. Deadline: June 14, 2008. For more information, go to: www.perrysburgarts.org.


Project Space - Lexington Art League
http://www.mdeetsch@lexingtonartleague.org

The Lexington Art League (LAL) invites artists to apply for an exhibition in the Project Space for its 2008-2009 calendar year. The mission of the Project Space is to exhibit installation and new media work that is engaging, challenging, and experimental in both concept and execution. The Project Space, located in the basement of the historic Loudoun House, is 29 x 20 with concrete and brick walls that are painted white, and an unpainted concrete floor. There is one doorway (45 x 81 ). The ceiling has exposed pipes and ductwork; the ductwork is 74 from the floor, the fluorescent lights are 84 from the floor. The basement also houses artist studios, a classroom, and storage spaces. Exhibitions will run for approximately six weeks, beginning in July 2008. The artist will be entirely responsible for the installation and removal of their artwork, as well as solely bearing the financial responsibility of any and all supplies and travel expenses, although the LA! L will provide a small honorarium. We encourage KY artists and those from surrounding states to apply. To apply for the Project Space, please send a cover letter addressing the content of your work and the installation that you propose for the Project Space, 10 images of artwork along with an inventory list of the images (we will accept slides or digital images), an artist statement, and a resume listing other gallery exhibitions. If the artwork that you would like to exhibit in the Project Space is currently unrealized, include a detailed, written proposal, with drawings or other images if possible. Slides or CDs will not be returned unless accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope. Artists who are accepted for exhibition in the Project Space will not have their slides or CDs returned until the close of their exhibition. Slides and application materials are due by May 9, 2008. Notifications will be mailed by June 6, 2008. Please send all application materials to: Lexington Art League, C/O Mike Deetsch, Visual Art Director, Ref: Project Space, 209 Castlewood Drive, Lexington, KY 40505. e-mail to mdeetsch@lexingtonartleague.org. Digital and e-mail submissions preferred.


El Paseo Invitational Exhibition
http://www.palmdesertart.org/

El Paseo Invitational Exhibition The City of Palm Desert is now accepting applications for the 2009/2010 El Paseo Invitational Exhibition. The exhibition is showcased on the medians of El Paseo and is seen by thousands of visitors each year as well as advertised nationally, regionally, and locally. The exhibition is juried by a curator and runs for approximately two years. Applications are due on May 10, 2008. Honorarium: $2,500 for each selected artwork. Paseo Invitational Exhibition For more information and the full Exhibition Guidelines visit the Artist Opportunity section at www.palmdesertart.org or call 760.568.5240. Richard Twedt, Public Arts Manager, City of Palm Desert 72-567 Highway 111, Palm Desert, CA 92260, Attn: 2009/2010 El Paseo Invitational Exhibition.


Biennial Sculpture Competition - Chattanooga, TN
http://www.rehildebrandt@gmail.com

The City of Chattanooga is seeking artwork to lease for the Third Biennial Sculpture Exhibition in Chattanooga, Tennessee, which will be on view August 2008-February 2010. Works can be in any media, must be suitable for outdoors, and may be functional or non-functional, temporary in nature or permanent. Up to seven works will be selected for this exhibition. The competition is open to both new ideas and already existing artworks. Artworks will be leased for a period of 18 months, and each artist who is selected for the exhibition will receive a stipend of $5,000. At the end of the lease period, one work will be selected for purchase for inclusion in the city's permanent collection. For additional information and applications, please contact Rachel Hildebrandt. Deadline: May 16, 2008. Eligibility: All professional artists over the age of 18. Contact Rachel Hildebrandt, Public Art Director at rehildebrandt@gmail.com or 423.643.6096.


Americas 2008: All Media
http://www.minotstateu.edu/nac

The Northwest Art Center at Minot State University (Minot, ND) announces a call to artists for the Americas 2008: All Media juried competition, held August 25-September 26, 2008 at the Hartnett Hall Gallery. Works in any medium, traditional or experimental, qualify. All works must be original and not measure over 60 in any direction. Work must be ready to exhibit, completed within the last two years, and not previously exhibited in an Americas 2000 exhibition. Cash Merit Awards, Purchase Awards, Solo Show in 2009 for Best of Show. Juror: Rusty Freeman. Deadline: June 1, 2008. $25 for 2 entries; $5 ea. additional; limit 5. For prospectus, visit www.minotstateu.edu/nac or send SASE to: Northwest Art Center, 500 University Ave W, Minot, ND 58707. Questions? Please contact Avis R. Veikley at nac@minotstateu.edu or call 701.858.3264.


Aperture Portfolio Prize
http://www.callforentry.org/

Aperture Foundation is excited to announce the second annual international Aperture Portfolio Prize. The purpose of the prize is to identify trends in contemporary photography and, specifically, artists whom we feel we can help by bringing them to a wide audience. First prize is $2,500. The first-prize winner and three runners-up will be featured on Aperture's website. Deadline: July 11, 2008. For more information or to apply, go to: www.callforentry.org


A Sense of Place 2008
http://www.ghia.org/exhibit.html

The Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art is currently accepting entries for its 28th annual juried fine art competition, A Sense of Place 2008. Open to all U.S. artists ages 18 and older working in the following media: drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, ceramics, sculpture, and mixed media. $25 entry fee covers submission of slides or CD of up to three works; additional works $5 each. Cash awards available. Juror: Amanda Cooper, Curator of Exhibitions, The Arts Center, St. Petersburg, Florida. Entries must be postmarked by June 6, 2008; exhibition runs September 19-October 17, 2008. For a free prospectus, send SASE to: Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, 506 Telfair St., Augusta, GA 30901, 706-722-5495, ghia@ghia.org, or visit www.ghia.org/exhibit.html to download in pdf format.


Paperworks 2008
http://www.bjspokegallery.com/

b.j. spoke gallery presents Paperworks 2008, an international Juried Competition. Deadline: May 31, 2008. Judge: Samantha Rippner, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY. Open to all artists who use paper as the the primary medium; Drawings, graphics, sculpture, 3D, bound books. No paintings or photographs. Winners' show will take place August of 2008. Download prospectus at www.bjspokegallery.com or call the gallery at 631.549.5106. b.j. spoke gallery, 299 Main Street Huntington, NY 11743.


National Art Competition
http://www.nicoletcollege.edu/artgal/NNAC2008.pdf

Exhibition dates: July 22-September 12, 2008. 21st Annual Northern National Art Competition. Open to all artists 18 years or older who are US residents. Artists may submit slides of recent, original, 2-D hangable work in any medium. Fee: $25 for 1-2 slides. Entries must be postmarked by May 16, 2008. Prizes: Three $1,000 Awards of Excellence and over $8,500 awarded in prized money overall. www.nicoletcollege.edu/artgal/NNAC2008.pdf. Prospectus will be available in early January. To receive a prospectus by mail, send business sized SASE to: Nicolet College Art Gallery, P.O. Box 518, Rhinelander, WI 54501 or you can email your mailing address to Gallery Director Katherine Ralph at kralph@nicoletcollege.edu.


Call for Artist Seattle Civic Square
http://www.seattle.gov/arts

The Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the city’s Fleets & Facilities Department and Triad Development Inc., seeks an artist to serve on the design team for the Seattle Civic Square - an open space planned for the downtown block where the city’s Public Safety Building once stood. The call is open to established professional artists living in Washington, Oregon, California or British Columbia. Artists who work in glass or light media are encouraged to apply. The city reserves the right to invite artists to apply who live elsewhere in the United States or Canada. The commission for the plaza artwork will be between $250,000 and $300,000 for design, fabrication and installation. The selected artist will work with the international design team of Atelier Dreiseitl, a German landscape architecture firm; lead architects GGLO of Seattle; and architecture firm Foster + Partners of London. The artist will contract with Atelier Dreiseitl. Triad will develop the site, which will feature a large public plaza (approx. 30,000 square feet) and retail area flanked by an office and residential tower. More than half the block - bordered by Third and Fourth avenues between James and Cherry streets - will be designed as open space. Redevelopment of the block completes the city’s Civic Center Campus, which includes City Hall, the Justice Center and Seattle Municipal Tower. The distinctive open space will provide a place for recreation, relaxation and celebration. Planned features for the open space include extensive landscaping in cascading terraces; green roofs on retail spaces; a water feature flowing through the site; and an amphitheater designed to support a variety of events – from concerts to exhibitions. Construction is anticipated to begin in 2009, with completion of the Civic Square and commercial structures projected for 2011. The deadline for applications is Friday, May 2. For more information, and to download the application, visit the Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs’ Web site: http://www.seattle.gov/arts.


Call for Artists’ Roster
http://www.a.james@calgary.ca

The City of Calgary Public Art Program seeks Expressions of Interest (i.e. Request for Qualifications) from experienced artists for inclusion in our Artist Roster. This call is open to local, national and international artists. The Artist Roster prequalifies artists for consideration on public art initiatives commissioned via limited calls (invitational opportunities) and/or direct award (single source) contracts. All Artist Roster submissions are reviewed by an external selection panel. Selection to the Artist Roster does not guarantee a contract with The City. Artists added to the Artist Roster will have practical, demonstrated experience in the field of public art, including collaboration with multi-disciplinary teams. Experience working within set budgets and construction schedules is considered an asset. Artist selections are evaluated based on: · Stated interest and approach · Quality of professional qualifications and relevant experience · Demonstrated excellence of past work in conceptual, aesthetic and technical terms Expressions of Interest submissions are accepted on an ongoing basis. Selection panels convene to review the submissions as deemed necessary by Program staff. To apply: Request Expression of Interest #05-008 from Edwin Whang, Buyer, Finance & Supply (Purchasing), phone: (403) 268-4090, email: edwin.whang@calgary.ca. Sorry, but this document is not available online. Note: The Open Call process is separate from the Artist Roster. When an open call to artists is issued for a specific public art project, all interested artists (including those on the Artist Roster) must complete a submission in order to be considered. For information about the Public Art Program, contact Rowena James, Public Art Program Coordinator at (403) 268-2843 or rowena.james@calgary.ca.


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

This project seeks to recognize the meeting, at the Calgary Stampede in 1957, of two of Western Canada’s historically important political leaders: Prime Minister, The Right Honourable John George Diefenbaker (Saskatchewan), and from the Kainai of the Blood Tribe, James B. Gladstone (Alberta). In 1958 he was appointed as Canada’s First Nation’s Senator. Canadian sculpture artists from across Canada are invited to participate by submitting their interest and concept. Estimated budget: $250,000 - $500,000 Installation: July 2010 Criteria: ii) 2 Heroic size sculptures in bronze iii) Western genre iv) Subject: Senator J.B. Gladstone and J. G. Diefenbaker Submission deadline: April 30, 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 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.


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