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International Painting Camp - Tescani 2009
http://www.transferproject2008.blogspot.com/

Call for artists International Painting Camp - Tescani 2009 Sampling Spaces Project Where: Romania, Bacau, Tescani - “Dumitru and Alice Rosetti - Tescanu – George Enescu” Department Period: August 1 - 21st, 2009 Extended Deadline: May 30th, 2009 The “George Enescu” National Museum (Bucharest), together with the „Dumitru and Alice Rosetti - Tescanu – George Enescu” Department (Tescani, Bacau) and The Museum of Art Bacau, invite artists from all countries, including Romania, to apply for the International Painting Camp – Tescani 2009 : August 1 – 21st, 2009. The host institution will provide during the camp (21 days) the complete accommodation, including food and working materials, for 12 selected artists ( 6 from Romania, 6 from abroad). The closing date for submissions is May 30th, 2009 (postmark) General information The project is part of a series of residencies programmes developed by The ''George Enescu” National Museum since 2007, intented to stimulate the contemporary creation in the field of music, literature and visual arts. The residences are held at „Dumitru and Alice Rosetti - Tescanu – George Enescu” Department and comprises important artistic involvments, from Romania and abroad, as well as partnerships with different cultural institutions, like ProHelvetia, Romanian Cultural Institut, The ''Iulian Antonescu” Museum, Bacau. Concept/Programme The project aims to generate and facilitate cultural and artistic exchange, promoting the mobility and interaction, as a unic way for an artist to enrich his experience. Artists from all countries, including Romania, working in the field of painting, graphic and illustration, interested of various forms of painting intervention, are eligible to apply. Selected artists will have the chance to work on a proposed project, but also to reconsider their current practices. They have the opportunity to directly familiarise themselves with the work of local and international artists, to exchange future projects. The works done within the project will be presented in group exhibition in Bucharest and will be published in a catalogue. Topic Sampling spaces This idea covers the wide notion of space as it is perceived in light of the extension of urban space. The latter implies a new contextualization of what one understands by “space”. To mentally perceive space means to organize it. The current theme offers towards assessment various conceptions of space, suggesting deconstructive interpretations, abandonment of context, interference, and so on, without leaving out metaphors or illusory characteristics. One will encourage speculation of the whole range of tensions and emotional reactions which are brought forth when historical agreement on representation and description of space meets subjective and random perceptions. Key words: manipulated images, quoted lines, elements emphasizing the architectural nature of space, the usage of figurative or abstract modules suggesting spaces in motion. * Sampling (Engl.) = arrangement of existing visual or audio material with the main intention of playing with the material’s formal characteristics. Rather than quoting from the material, whose sources are often unclear, sampling aims to reformulate it. Excerpt from Art Now, edited by Uta Grosenick & Burkhard Riemschneider, 2005, Taschen How to apply You can apply via e-mail, not later than May 30th, at the following address:transfer.tescani@gmail.com or you can send the application directly to The “George Enescu” National Museum at the down address, together with the following documents: - a curriculum vitae, comprising contact details (Word or PDF format) - a recent photograph - a work proposal, related to the project’s topic (not to exceed 1 page) - 7 photographs of recent works (jpeg format for e-mail applications) More pictures with the past edition of the project , 1 -21st August 2008 , including participating artists:http://transferproject2008.blogspot.com/2008/09/transfer-project-tescani-2008.html


International Partnerships
http://www.oac.state.oh.us/grantsprogs/deadlines.asp

Any time (applications for FY2009 funding accepted beginning June 1, 2008)


International Partnerships
http://www.oac.state.oh.us/grantsprogs/deadlines.asp

Any time (applications for FY2009 funding accepted beginning June 1, 2008)


International Performing Arts Laboratory under the direction of Sergey Ostrenko
http://www.culturenet.hr/v1/english/read.asp?id=1653&cat=2

The Lab is open to performers from different countries interested to enrich the professional arsenal with new practical methods and devices, to explore the contemporary aesthetics in communication with a spectator and to reconsider the cooperation principles in a creative team.


INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR AWARD
http://www.photoawards.com/photo_contest/

$10,000 cash prize Sponsored by AtEdge


International Physical Theatre Laboratory
http://www.iugte.com/projects/physicality.php

April 16 - 24, 2009, Bovec, Slovenia. The Lab will take place at the mountain resort Bovec - in the Julian Alps, near Austrian and Italian border. Nearest airports: Ljubljana (Slovenia), Trieste (Italy) or Klagenfurt (Austria). Hotel accommodation (8 nights) and meals (breakfasts and lunches) for the group are organized. Programme details: www.iugte.com/projects/physicality.php. To apply for participation, candidates should email the letter of motivation stating the title and dates of the Lab and detailed CV(résumé) with photo, including date of birth to lab@iugte.com or globtheatre@gmail.com. Participation fee: Fee with accommodation in shared twin room: 850 EUR. The fee covers attendance of the programme, eight nights of hotel accommodation in shared twin room (two persons share one room) and two meals per day (breakfast and lunch).


International Physical Theatre Laboratory
http://www.iugte.com/projects/physicality.php

April 16 - 24, 2009, Bovec, Slovenia. The Lab will take place at the mountain resort Bovec - in the Julian Alps, near Austrian and Italian border. Nearest airports: Ljubljana (Slovenia), Trieste (Italy) or Klagenfurt (Austria). Hotel accommodation (8 nights) and meals (breakfasts and lunches) for the group are organized. Programme details: www.iugte.com/projects/physicality.php. To apply for participation, candidates should email the letter of motivation stating the title and dates of the Lab and detailed CV(résumé) with photo, including date of birth to lab@iugte.com or globtheatre@gmail.com. Participation fee: Fee with accommodation in shared twin room: 850 EUR. The fee covers attendance of the programme, eight nights of hotel accommodation in shared twin room (two persons share one room) and two meals per day (breakfast and lunch).


INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCIES - NI Arts Council
http://www.artscouncil-ni.org/award/award.htm#apply

The Banff Centre, Canada, The Arts Council/An Chomhairle Eala


International Residencies Program in Visual Arts
http://www.canadacouncil.ca/grants/visualarts/xh127227143690312500.htm

International Residencies Program in Visual Arts


International School of Drawing, Painting & Sculpture
http://www.giotto.us

International School of Drawing, Painting & Sculpture, via Regina Margherita 6, 06057 Montecastello di Vibio, Perugia, Italy Tel: 39-075-878-0072. US Toll-free voice mail: (866) 449-3604. Located in Umbria, overlooking the lush Tiber River valley 2 hours north of Rome, in a medieval hill town. Residencies of 4 weeks for up to 8 artists at a time; fees charged.


International Society for Performing Arts
http://www.ispa.org/ny09/index.php

Dates: January 13–15, 2009. How does art, and in particular the performing arts, transform the world around us? Explore this question and reflect on the transformative properties of the performing arts during the International Society for the Performing Arts' (ISPA) 61st Annual Congress in New York's theater district. The individual sessions will be diverse in their structure and approach and will reflect an international perspective. For more information, visit www.ispa.org/ny09/index.php.


International Society of Acrylic Painters 11th Annual International Exhibition
http://www.isap-usa.com/

Juror: Louise Cadillac. Cash and merchandise awards. Deadline: March 7, 2008.


International Studio and Curatorial Program
http://www.iscp-nyc.org

The ISCP provides career development opportunities for a select community of international artists who have already sponsorship. Participating artists are sponsored for periods from two months to two years by governments. corporations, foundations, galleries and individuals. The participant is provided with a private studio (400 to 600 sq. ft.) and - sponsor permitting - a furnished apartment within walking distance of the Program. In most cases, the sponsor provides the artist with a stipend for living expenses, travel and materials. In other instances, the Program locates multiple-source funding to cover the artist's essential expenses. See website for more details.


INTERNATIONAL VIDEO ART COMPETITION - AQUART 2008
http://www.ourlifeintheoceans.com/

“AQUART 2008 Our Life In the Oceans: 2108” AQUARK invites Artists to imagine, visualize and present their vision of our life in the oceans in the year 2108. An international committee of Art History professors, Video Art experts and Film directors will screen the submissions and will select the twenty best works to be presented in Gran Canaria in May 2008.These works will be presented in open air giant screens on the roads /squares of Palma capital of Gran Canaria and the three best will be awarded in the Gala dinner of the General Assembly of the Federation of European Aquaculture Producers (FEAP) in Lopesan-Costa Meloneras hotel in Maspalomas Gran Canaria. 1st/5000€ - 2nd/3500€ / 3rd:1500€ in Awards.


International Video Art Competition - AQUART 2008: "Our Life in the Oceans:2108"
http://www.ourlifeintheoceans.com

AQUARK invites all artists to imagine, visualize and present their vision of our life in the oceans in the year 2108. An international committee of Art History professors, Video Art experts and Film directors will screen the submissions and will select the twenty best works to be presented in Gran Canaria in May 2008. These works will be presented in open air giant screens on the roads /squares of Palma capital of Gran Canaria and the three best will be awarded in the Gala dinner of the General Assembly of the Federation of European Aquaculture Producers (FEAP) in Lopesan-Costa Meloneras hotel in Maspalomas Gran Canaria.


Internationales Kunstlerhaus Villa Concordia
http://www.villa-concordia.de

Internationales Kunstlerhaus Villa Concordia, Unterer Kaulberg 4, D-96049 Bamberg, Germany. Tel: 011-49-951-955010.


Internationales Kunstlerhaus Villa Concordia
http://www.villa-concordia.de

Internationales Kunstlerhaus Villa Concordia, Unterer Kaulberg 4, D-96049 Bamberg, Germany. Tel: 011-49-951-955010.


Internship in Stained Glass Conservation, Icon - The Institute of Conservation
http://www.icon.org.uk

The Institute of Conservation (Icon) is advertising a unique six -month internship as part of the fourth year of its innovative scheme for broadening access to careers in heritage conservation and diversifying its workforce. Icon offers a bursary for a 6- months’ work-based internship starting March 2009 in the studio of Jonathan and Ruth Cooke, West Yorkshire. Stipend is £14,750 p.a., pro-rata).The placement is designed to lead into the new MA in Conservation of Stained Glass at the University of York. The placement is aimed at new entrants to conservation from arts, sciences, crafts or wider heritage-related backgrounds. Note that candidates will need to meet University criteria for the MA, as well as those for the placement. Information on the placement and details of eligibility can be found on the Icon website at www.icon.org.uk in the Internship area. Closing date 19 January 2009.


Internships
http://www.ncarts.org/freeform_scrn_template.cfm?ffscrn_id=119

Three-month-long internships in Community Arts Administration and Folklife. A stipend of $5,000 is provided.


Interpreting Brooklyn - Open Call - $6,000 Stipend
http://www.brooklynhistory.org

Brooklyn Historical Society seeks proposals from artists and writers for participation in the upcoming project, Interpreting Brooklyn. Any individual or group working creatively in any media including, but not limited to, visual and installation artists; photographers; writers, composers, and playwrights; as well as dancers and performance artists are invited to submit a proposal to create work in response to our collections. The project will culminate in an exhibition in the Society’s galleries and a series of readings, performances, and programs, all scheduled to begin in October 2008. Thanks to a generous grant from the Getty Foundation, each participant (individual or group) will receive a $6,000 stipend. The deadline for proposals is February 8, 2008. What are the details of the project? BHS will invite ten participants (individuals or groups) to create new works that creatively interpret BHS’s collections. All artists and writers will attend workshops at which the BHS staff will provide guidance in exploring the depth and breadth of the collections, touring the museum galleries as well as the storage facilities where a number of works that have not been seen by the public in many years are located. Ultimately the artists and writers will identify works in the collections that served as inspiration for original work they will create. Participants may create in collaboration or independently and are welcome to visit and work at the BHS whenever staff members are available. The exhibition and programs will include the artists’ and writers’ work along with the objects from BHS’s collections that inspired them. Please visit Brooklyn Historical Society's website, www.brooklynhistory.org, to download a .PDF file with details of the open call and the submission process.


Intersection for the Arts
http://www.theintersection.org/resource_awards.php

'Manuscripts from eligible young [California] authors are invited for two $2,000 literary awards and one $3,000 literary award.'


INTERSPACES
http://www.textile.kultur.haslach.at

Call for entries. Entry fee. Juried exhibit. Catalog. Deadline March 1 (postmark). Open to work that deals with space as a subject. Exhibit to be held in July in conjunction with Textile Kulture Haslachs annual international summer textile symposium in Haslach, Austria. The exhibit celebrates a new textile center set to open summer of 2009. Work should be at least 30 cm x 30 cm (~1 ft) but no larger than 300 cm x 300 cm (~10 ft). For more information, Textile Kulture Haslach, Marktplatz 45, 4170 Haslach, Austria. (0043) 7289 72300;


INVENTORY: LOST & FOUND exhibition in Italy
http://www.primopianogallery.com

INVENTORY: LOST & FOUND (27th APRIL – 16th MAY 2013). In many public places such as railway stations, airports, ports, ships, etc., there is a door that says 'Lost & Found'. In these large deposits is everything: from bags, glasses, books, clothes, and even ART WORK! The theme of this exhibition starts right from the objects missing, out of date and those that are not used anymore or simply useless. So, we have created an unusual and visionary art project, who can be a stimulus to creativity of the artists, to create objects, works of art, images that are part of our daily memory, so that the passage of time does not erase a part of us still tied to these things, feelings that have made us happy or moments of our lives to remember. A kind of inventory of life, a way to become known, to show our presence, our way of life and see the future. So, I propose to you a group show called “INVENTORY: LOST & FOUND” from 27th APRIL to 16th May 2013.Please, if you are interested in the proposal ask to apply at primopianoexhibition01@gmail.com


Iowa Arts Council
http://www.iowaartscouncil.org/funding/artist-project-grant/index.shtm...

Iowa Arts Council provides Major Grants(up to $10,000) and Mini Grants (up to $1,500) to individual artists working in all disciplines, to develop significant and specific projects that will be presented to or shared with the public during or after the grant period. Applicants may request up to $15,000 which must be matched dollar-for-dollar.


Iowa Arts Council Artists in Schools and Communities Residency Grants and Mini Grants
http://www.iowaartscouncil.org/funding/overview.shtml

Artists in Schools and Communities Residencies provide matching grants to assist communities in bringing professional artists into Iowa?s schools and communities. The Artists in Schools & Communities Residency Model is designed to provide students an in-depth experience with professional artists. AiS/C residencies give participants the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills, help build confidence and self-awareness, share their ideas with others, and be involved in the creative process. Professional artists are at the core of the program. Their presence in communities is a catalyst for learning and fosters greater awareness of the role of the artist and the arts in our society. Residencies may involve one artist, an artist company, or several artists working in different disciplines.


Iowa Arts Council Artists in Schools/Communities Residency Grants
http://www.iowaartscouncil.org/funding/artist-residency-grant/index.sh...

The program helps to bring professional teaching artists into communities to benefit students and teachers. Students learn to be critical and visionary thinkers and grow in confidence and self-esteem. Teachers benefit by enhancing their existing curriculum and discovering new approaches to teaching. Application information is available online.


Iowa Arts Council Arts Education Professional Development Assistance Grants
http://www.iowaartscouncil.org

Grants are available in Iowa for individual artists, arts organizations, and arts educators to attend professional development opportunities such as conferences, workshops, seminars, etc. There are no restrictions on location of event or length of event. Individuals or arts organizations may submit only one request per year for professional development assistance. In the case of organizations, only one person per organization may be subsidized to attend a professional development opportunity. Funds are available on a first-come, first-served basis.


Iowa Arts Council Mini-Grants to Individuals and Organizations
http://www.iowaartscouncil.org/funding/overview.shtml

Mini-grants provide cash-matching funds to eligible individuals and organizations to support new or exemplary arts projects. Examples of eligible projects include the creation or completion of significant work by artists; event planning and presentations of art exhibitions, performances, readings and concerts to the public; sponsoring arts related workshops and conferences; commissioning artists to create public art or other significant new works; arts education projects by artists, arts educators, schools, area education agencies or organizations; marketing and promotional activities for artists and organizations; and artist apprenticeships. Applicants who have not been previously funded receive a higher funding priority; arts education residencies of less than five days receive a lower funding priority. Applications are due the first working day of the month before the month the activity begins. For example, if the activity begins anytime in March, the application must be received the first working day in February.


Iowa Arts Council Project Grants for Organizations
http://www.iowaartscouncil.org/guidebook/gb14.htm

These grants are designed to provide financial assistance to nonprofit organizations to develop exemplary arts projects that benefit Iowans and the needs of Iowa communities. This project grant category emphasizes artistic excellence, encourages financial stability, and must demonstrate access to the arts for a broad constituency. Collaborations and the exploration of new experiences for audiences are encouraged. Funding priorities include projects that enhance existing programs in the schools and/or communities; include potential earned income; benefit or involve Iowa artists; benefit or involve special populations; reflect cultural diversity; benefit Iowans; confirm commitments from participating artists and project partners; utilize collaborations and partnerships; and utilize innovative concepts and methods.


Iowa Community Cultural Grants
http://www.culturalaffairs.org/funding/iowa_community_cultural_grant/i...

STOP: Iowa Community Cultural Grants are changing! NEW ANNUAL DEADLINE: MAY 1 for projects taking place July 1 - June 30. NEW FORMS & GUIDELINES: Revised application form and guidelines to be posted by January 1, 2009. PURPOSE OF ICCG FUNDING: Salaries/wages in Cultural organizations; these funds are for the bricklayers (personnel), NOT for bricks and mortar (materials). Questions? Contact Riki Saltzman


Iowa Scholarship for the Arts
http://www.iowaartscouncil.org/funding/scholarship-for-the-arts/index....

A Brief History In conjunction with the State of Iowa’s Homecoming ’86 celebration, world-renowned opera singer Simon Estes held a benefit concert to establish the Iowa Scholarship for the Arts. From 1986 to 1994 the Iowa Arts Council awarded scholarships to over 20 undergraduate students who excelled in the arts. By 1994, most of the funds raised from the benefit concert had been expended. In 1996, the Iowa Arts Council, under the leadership of William H. Jackson, established an endowment to guarantee perpetual funding of the Iowa Scholarships for the Arts Program. Initial partners who contributed funds to establish the endowment included Two Rivers Arts Festival and Raccoon River Brewing Company in Des Moines, the Ameristar Casino in Council Bluffs, and private donations by Iowa Arts Council board members and private citizens. Eligible Students You must meet all of the following in order to be eligible for this scholarship: You must be an Iowa resident who will graduate from an Iowa high school during the 2007-2008 school year You must show proven artistic ability in at least one of these arts areas: dance, literature, music, theatre, traditional arts, and visual arts You will need to be accepted as a full-time undergraduate at a fully-accredited Iowa college or university with a major in one or more of the areas listed above Not Eligible: Iowa Arts Council or Young Iowans Cultural Council board or staff, or a member of their immediate family or dependent children. Scholarship Amounts Scholarship recipients will receive $1,000 to $2,000 for undergraduate tuition and related expenses to attend Iowa colleges or universities where they are enrolled. Application Review, Approval & Notification Process You must meet all of the following eligibility requirements in order to have your application accepted for review: The Iowa Arts Council must receive your complete application, including all attachments, by 4:30 p.m. on the day of the deadline (this is not a postmark deadline). Incomplete, illegible, handwritten faxed or emailed applications will not be accepted. The following items must be included with the application: - one-page essay, and - two letters of recommendation. Your application, and all others received, will be reviewed by a panel of arts professionals, educators, members of the Iowa Arts Council board, and members of the Young Iowans Cultural Council who are knowledgeable in the arts. The panel scores each applicant on the degree to which he/she meets specific review criteria. The IAC director makes final award decisions. IAC staff will not respond to questions until after the review and approval process is completed and applicants are notified by mail. Review Criteria Your application should reflect your sense of dedication to your chosen art discipline. Panelists will evaluate and score each application based on the following criteria as demonstrated in the written essay and during the interview: Proven artistic and academic abilities in the area of music, dance, literature, theatre, traditional arts, or visual arts. Future goals and objectives relating to the intended field of study.


Iowa Scholarship for the Arts
http://www.iowaartscouncil.org/funding/scholarship-for-the-arts/index....

The Iowa Arts Council must receive your application no later than 4:30 p.m. the day of the deadline listed below. This is NOT a postmark deadline. If the deadline falls on a state holiday or on a Saturday or Sunday, it will be extended to the next working day. Application Deadline: February 9, annually. Scholarship Amount: $1,000 to $2,000 The Iowa Arts Council will notify finalists by March 15th. All finalists will be required to attend an interview with the panel in Des Moines on Saturday April 18th, 2009. Interviews will last approximately 30 minutes. Scholarships are for college or university costs that will occur during the following academic year: 2009-2010. GO TO APPLICATION FORM » A Brief History In conjunction with the State of Iowa’s Homecoming ’86 celebration, world-renowned opera singer Simon Estes held a benefit concert to establish the Iowa Scholarship for the Arts. From 1986 to 1994 the Iowa Arts Council awarded scholarships to over 20 undergraduate students who excelled in the arts. By 1994, most of the funds raised from the benefit concert had been expended. In 1996, the Iowa Arts Council, under the leadership of William H. Jackson, established an endowment to guarantee perpetual funding of the Iowa Scholarships for the Arts Program. Initial partners who contributed funds to establish the endowment included Two Rivers Arts Festival and Raccoon River Brewing Company in Des Moines, the Ameristar Casino in Council Bluffs, and private donations by Iowa Arts Council board members and private citizens. Eligible Students You must meet all of the following in order to be eligible for this scholarship: You must be an Iowa resident who will graduate from an Iowa high school during the 2007-2008 school year You must show proven artistic ability in at least one of these arts areas: dance, literature, music, theatre, traditional arts, and visual arts You will need to be accepted as a full-time undergraduate at a fully-accredited Iowa college or university with a major in one or more of the areas listed above Not Eligible: Iowa Arts Council or Young Iowans Cultural Council board or staff, or a member of their immediate family or dependent children. Scholarship Amounts Scholarship recipients will receive $1,000 to $2,000 for undergraduate tuition and related expenses to attend Iowa colleges or universities where they are enrolled. Application Review, Approval & Notification Process You must meet all of the following eligibility requirements in order to have your application accepted for review: The Iowa Arts Council must receive your complete application, including all attachments, by 4:30 p.m. on the day of the deadline (this is not a postmark deadline). Incomplete, illegible, handwritten faxed or emailed applications will not be accepted. The following items must be included with the application: - one-page essay, and - two letters of recommendation. Your application, and all others received, will be reviewed by a panel of arts professionals, educators, members of the Iowa Arts Council board, and members of the Young Iowans Cultural Council who are knowledgeable in the arts. The panel scores each applicant on the degree to which he/she meets specific review criteria. The IAC director makes final award decisions. IAC staff will not respond to questions until after the review and approval process is completed and applicants are notified by mail. Review Criteria Your application should reflect your sense of dedication to your chosen art discipline. Panelists will evaluate and score each application based on the following criteria as demonstrated in the written essay and during the interview: Proven artistic and academic abilities in the area of music, dance, literature, theatre, traditional arts, or visual arts. Future goals and objectives relating to the intended field of study.


Ip-art 2008 Award for Visual Arts
http://www.townhallgalleries.org.uk

IP-ART 2008 AWARD FOR VISUAL ARTS AN EXHIBITION SUPPORTED BY £500 FOR MATERIALS What: an award to support recent graduates and emerging talent with Ipswich interests and connections. The winner will receive £500 to create work for an exhibition that will take place in The Town Hall Galleries during Ip-art 2009. Who: artists under 35 or a recent graduate (no longer than 5 years). To apply: send up to 10 images of your current work, a CV and statement explaining how you are eligible for the award. Please send images as jpegs on a disc, other formats i.e. video, please contact us. Applications to : THE TOWN HALL GALLERIES, Cornhill, Ipswich, IP1 1DH deadline: Monday 15 September 2008 2008 Selection Panel: Julia Devonshire - Arts Project Officer, Ipswich Borough Council Edmund Goubert - artist and Ip-art Award Winner 2007 Laura Earley – Programme Co-ordinator, firstsite, Colchester. For more information please see www.townhallgalleries.org.uk 01473 432863 visualarts@ipswich.gov.uk 2007 winner Edmund Goubert’s exhibition, Fugitive Pieces, will be on view at The Town Hall Galleries through out Ip-art 2008.


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http://www.iphonesmsrecovery.net/

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Irish Museum of Modern Art
http://www.modernart.ie

National museum of modern and contemporary art in Ireland. The Artists' Work Programme is their studio/residency programme, operating in converted coach houses adjacent to the main Museum building. The Programme provides opportunities for artists to research and develop their work practice, and is open to artists of all nationalities working in any medium by application or invitation. The Work Programme emphasises the working process rather than the finished product and enables artists to explore new ideas and ways of working in the context of the developing identity of the Museum and its various programmes. The artist's presence on the Programme is funded in terms of studio/accommodation, relevant administrative back-up and a basic living allowance. Specific proposals may necessitate extra fund-raising with which the Museum may assist. The Work Programme's eight studios are programmed approximately a year in advance.


Irish Museum of Modern Artists Programme
http://www.modernart.ie

Irish Museum of Modern Artists Programme, Royal Hospital, Military Road, Kilmainham, Dublin 8, Ireland. Tel.: 011-353-1-612-9900 Artist Work Programme, residency for 6mos. in a converted coach house adjacent to the main museum blg., basic living allowance, administrative back-up. Open to artists of all nationalities; stipend; artists asked to participate in studio talks, workshops, and panel discussions. Emphasis on artists developing their work practice rather than on a finished product. Apply one year in advance.


Ironstone Spring Obsession Art Show & Sale
http://www.ironstonevineyards.com

Must be 2 dimensional, original art, no reproductions or digitally enhanced. All work must be for sale and not previously exhibited at Ironstone Vineyards. This applies to both open division and theme division.


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Isaac W. Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest
http://www.win.net/bernheim

Isaac W. Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest, Isaac W. Bernheim Foundation, Hwy. 245, Claremont, KY 40110 (502) 543-2451. South of Louisville. Residencies for up to 3 mos., stipend paid, 1 recipient per year. Artist expected to donate examples of a body of work during the residency and to be available on occasion to meet the Trustees and donors, and to conduct public presentations or workshops.


Isaac W. Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest
http://www.win.net/bernheim

Isaac W. Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest, Isaac W. Bernheim Foundation, Hwy. 245, Claremont, KY 40110 (502) 543-2451. South of Louisville. Residencies for up to 3 mos., stipend paid, 1 recipient per year. Artist expected to donate examples of a body of work during the residency and to be available on occasion to meet the Trustees and donors, and to conduct public presentations or workshops.


Isabel Bloom Art Education Fund
http://www.cfgrb2.org/donor/getfundbloom.html

The fund provides extra financial support to the visual arts programs within the primary and secondary schools of Scott County, Iowa and Rock Island County in Illinois. The grants are to further the education of local children and art instructions, foster greater appreciation of the visual arts, and help enhance the quality of life in the Quad Cities. Guidelines and application are available online.


Isabella Stewart Garden Museum Artist-in-Residence Program
http://www.isgm.org

Isabella Stewart Garden Museum Artist-in-Residence Program, 2 Palace Road, Boston MA 02115 (617) 566-1401. Housing, stipend, 150 sqaure foot studio, opportunities to perform or exhibit. Open to all artistic disciplines. Artists participate in the Museum's school partnership program, which helps connect younger people with art. Residencies of one year. (visual, literary, performing arts)


ISC Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture
http://www.sculpture.org/documents/programsandevents/programs/

Each year, the International Sculpture Center presents an award competition to its member colleges and universities. The competition is designed to support, encourage, and recognize the work of young sculptors and their schools faculty and art program. Professors are invited to nominate up to 3 of their outstanding undergraduate or graduate students to submit digital images of their work. A panel of artists, arts professionals, and educators will select the winners. In order to participate in the competition, Universities must be current ISC members. University Membership costs $200 for national universities or $220 for international universities, and includes a number of benefits, including subscriptions to Sculpture magazine, the ability to send 3 representatives to ISC conferences, inclusion in the ISCs online directory of sculpture programs, and more.


Island Cottage
http://www.irishcot.com

Island Cottage. (301) 229-4146. Don and Ann Byrne. Restored stone cottage, completely modernized, for rent. Located in West Cork, with quiet sea and mountain views. Writer's discounts available. Cottage can sleep up to 5. Weekly rates vary according to time of year.


Isle of Man Tourism Photo Competition
http://www.visitisleofman.com/Special_Interest/photocompetition.xml

Open to resident and visiting photographers, amateur or professional


Isle Royale National Park, Artist-in-Residence Program
http://www.nps.gov/archive/volunteer/air.htm

Isle Royale National Park, Artist-in-Residence Program, 800 E. Lakeshore Dr., Houghton, MI 49931 (906) 487-7152. Operates mid-June to mid-Sept. 5 residencies of 2-3 weeks. Island wilderness in Lake Superior; artists housed in shared rustic cabin (pit toilet, no electricity or running water). Artists must purchase food for entire stay in advance; canoe provided for transportation; ability to reside in a wilderness environment and to relate and interpret the park through art work are criteria for selection. Open to 2D visual artists, photographers, sculptors, performers, writers, video/filmmakers, composers.


Israeli Photographer
http://www.diklaphotography.co.il

I am a photographer from Israel and wish to present my work in the UK. You can see my work & contact me via my web site


It's Only Clay
http://www.bcac.wordpress.com

Sponsor: Bemidji Community Art Center Venue: BCAC Awards: purchase awards Juror: Jeff Oestreich Eligibility: The Its Only Clay 2007 exhibit is a juried competition focusing on, and dedicated to, functional clay vessels. Selected works will be a part of the exhibit at the BCAC for the month of October with Awards going towards the purchase of pieces to be added to the Margaret Harlow Vessel Collection at Bemidji State University. For more info about the lecture, workshop and juried competition go to our web site. Fees: $30 Commission: 30% on work sold Send SASE to: BCAC, 426 Bemidji Ave N. Bemidji, MN 56601 E-mail: Lori Forshee-Donnay Phone: (218) 444-7570


It's Photography III, a National Juried Exhibition
http://www.marinmoca.org

Open to all United States artists 18 and older. You are invited to submit up to six digital images of your original photographic works done in the past four years, using traditional, digital or mixed media, and not previously entered into a Marin MOCA or Art League of Northern California show.


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