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Paderewski Association Annual Auction and Exhibition
http://www.paderewskiassociation.org

The Paderewski Association www.paderewskiassociation.org     CALL FOR ARTISTS               The Paderewski Association will sponsor the Third Annual Benefit Art Auction and Exhibition Luxuries Befitting a Maestro to raise funds for The Polish Museum of America Conservation Fund. The Auction will be held on Saturday, May 24, 2008 at the Polish Museum. The exhibition and auction are open to artists working in all 2D and 3D media in all styles and interpretations. Artist will have the opportunity to participate in the Museum exhibition and auction, and to be included in an online auction catalog.     All works will be reviewed and considered for inclusion in the auction and exhibition by jury.   All information and fees must be submitted in order for the artist to be considered. Late submissions will not be accepted.   GUIDELINES    Art work must be original Artwork must be available for sale. Artwork must be delivered to the museum on 14 May 2008 between 10am and 3pm.                   Polish Museum of America                   984 North Milwaukee Ave                   Chicago, IL 60622 Artwork must be ready to hang and display. Framed where appropriate. Sculpture will be provided with a pedestal or appropriate display stand by the exhibitor.   ENTRY PROCEDURES AND FEES   Word annotation / document (Bio, no more than one page), contact info, with your information and description of each piece, artist statement (Basic info - artist, title, date, medium, dimensions, proposed price). Send prints or digital files (CD), statement and SASE. (No Slides)       Non refundable $30 submission fee payable to the Paderewski  Association (424 N. Oakley Blvd, Chicago, IL 60612 – check or money order) IMAGE PRESENTATION Artwork submitted may be represented by 3 JPG's or photo prints (photo prints up to 8”x10” accepted). Each image / or print must be numbered and labeled with artist name, title of work, date, media and dimensions of work. The same information must also be written on the corresponding image list, including the price. Indicate top of work. Do not send glass slides. DIGITAL: Digital image files may be submitted: JPG format only . No files larger than 3MB. Include a single reference sheet with thumbnail prints representing the images on disk. Next to each reference print write the artist, title, media, dimensions and file name. Write the file name on the corresponding entry form image list. RETURN OF MATERIALS: a self addressed stamped envelope (SASE) must be included with sufficient postage for the return of your submission materials. Artists outside of the U.S. may add return postage cost to their entry fee at a rate of $0.80US per ounce of mail.   NOTIFICATION: Artists will be notified of acceptance or non -acceptance no later than April 12 ,2008. Notification will be made by mail with the return of materials using the SASE provided by the artist. Artists who do not include the SASE because they do not want the materials returned must provide a SASE #10 letter size to receive mail notification. Artist who provide no return envelope will be notified by e-mail, If no e-mail address is provided artists will only be notified if they were accepted to the auction and exhibit. FEES: There is a $30 submission fee for up to 3 images. If you would like to include more than three please include $3.00 for each additional image. Artists accepted to the exhibit and auction will not be charged any other fees. Artist agrees to assume full responsibility and to be strictly liable for loss, theft or damage. TERMS: All works must be for sale. The Paderewski Association will collect as a donation a commission of 50% of the final price of each work sold, unless previously otherwise agreed. Sale price is determined by artist. All materials have to be sent to the address: Paderewski Association 424 N. Oakley Blvd Chicago, IL 60612     DEADLINE: The final postmarked deadline is March 22, 2008 ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED BY THIS DATE. Piotr Wolodkowicz piotrw@paderewskiassociation.org


Paint
http://www.ssac.org

Sponsor: South Shore Art Center Venue: Bancroft Gallery Awards: $1200 Juror: Gerry Bergstein Eligibility: Open to all artists Fees: $25 for up to three entries Commission: 40% commission on art sales Send SASE to: South Shore Art Center, 119 Ripley Road, Cohasset, MA 02025 E-mail: Sarah Hannan Phone: 781-383-2787


Paint Annapolis 2008
http://www.mapapa.org/PAINTANNAPOLIS08/PA08.htm

Paint Annapolis 2008 is a juried competition produced by the Mid-Atlantic Plein-Air Painters Association (MAPAPA) with support from Maryland Hall


PaintAmerica
http://www.paintamerica.org

The PaintAmerica Top100 and MiniTop50 are open to all artists, professional or amateur.


Painting as Presence
http://www.creativeartsworkshop.org/pdf/paintingaspresence.pdf

The Creative Arts Workshop announces a call to artists for 'Painting as Presence', a national exhibition that will be held May 9 - June 20, 2008 in New Haven, CT. Open to all painting media. All work must have been completed within the past two years. Work must be exhibition-ready and able to pass through a doorway measuring 80 by 40 inches. No piece may exceed a weight of 75 pounds. Two winners will be awarded a joint exhibition at CAW in 2009. Juror: William Bailey. Download prospectus (PDF format): http://www.creativeartsworkshop.org/pdf/paintingaspresence.pdf or send a SASE to: Gallery Committee/CAW, 80 Audubon Street, New Haven, CT 06510. Deadline: February 15, 2008.


Painting as Presence
http://www.creativeartsworkshop.org

Open to all painting media. All work must have been completed within the past two years. Work must be exhibition-ready and able to pass through a doorway measuring 80 by 40 inches. No piece may exceed a weight of 75 pounds.


Paired Fellowships for Research in Conservation and the History of Art and Archaeology
http://www.nga.gov/resources/casvacon.htm

Two paired fellowships are awarded annually. The Samuel H. Kress Foundation Paired Research Fellowship supports research teams working on European visual arts prior to the early 19th century. The J. Paul Getty Trust Paired Research Fellowship supports research teams working in any field of art history, archaeology, or architecture. The fellowship includes a two- to three-month period for field, collections, and/or laboratory research, followed by a two-month residency at the Center. Applications will be considered for study in the history and conservation of the visual arts (painting, sculpture, architecture, landscape architecture, urbanism, prints and drawings, film, photography, decorative arts, industrial design, and other arts) of any geographical area and of any period. Each team is required to submit an application.


PALATINE : working together to enhance the student learning experience
http://www.lancs.ac.uk/palatine/

The PALATINE subject centre, also known as the Performing Arts Learning and Teaching Innovation Network, based at Lancaster University is part of the higher education Academy (HEA). PALATINE is one of 24 HEA subject centres working to 'promote high quality learning and teaching' in UK higher education. PALATINE cover the learning and teaching of dance, drama, music, theatre and performance. Their website provides information on forthcoming events, conferences and workshops for educators. The site also provides an extensive database of resources for the performing arts, each of which is given a brief description and review. PALATINE offers funding grants for projects by HE practitioners and researchers in the performing arts; information about these grants is available. The website also includes the PALATINE newsletter and a large number of links to online journals and good-practice guides.


Palazzo Rinaldi
http://www.palazzorinaldi.com/

Palazzo Rinaldi, Via Rinaldi n. 5, 85035 Neopoli (PZ), Italy. Located in a charming hilltop village in the Pollino National Park in the Basilicata region of southern Italy. Operates June to mid-October. Fees charged (daily, weekly, and monthly rates); artists accomodated on a first-come basis. Housing in an 1845 villa; includes studios and breakfasts. (Internet, office services, and laundry offered for additional charges.) Two artists at a time (or more if artists are sharing bedrooms and studio space).


Palazzo Rinaldi Artists' Residencies 2010, Italy
http://www.palazzorinaldi.com

Palazzo Rinaldi is now accepting applications for 2010 summer residencies. The Palazzo, dating back to 1822, is located in the hilltop village of Noepoli, within the confines of the Pollino National Park (Basilicata region, South of Italy). Resident artists of all disciplines are provided with elegant private accommodation, 24/hr access to in-house studios, organic full traditional breakfast and free wi-fi internet access. In addition resident artists will have the opportunity to showcase their work as part of the ARTtractions/ ARTrazioni summer festival.


Palm Harbor Library, Pinellas County FL
http://www.pinellasarts.org/pdf/Call-to-Artist-PalmHarborLbry_02_21_08...

Budget: $50,000 Palm Harbor Library, Pinellas County FL – This $50,000 public art commission focuses on the creation of artwork that will be attached to the facade of the building and be visible at night. The postmarked deadline is February 21, 2008. For further information, and application instructions, visit http://www.pinellasarts.org/pdf/Call-to-Artist-PalmHarborLbry_02_21_08.pdf or contact Mark Flickinger, Program Director, at 727.453.7869 or mflickin@co.pinellas.fl.us


Palmerston North Community Arts Council
http://www.pncac.org.nz

PNCAC exists to support arts and cultural activities in the Palmerston North community. It encourages involvement in arts and culture by giving information and advice on funding.


Palmerston North Community Arts Council
http://www.pncac.org.nz/

PNCAC exists to support arts and cultural activities in the Palmerston North community. It encourages involvement in arts and culture by giving information and advice on funding.


Panel Grant Application Deadlines
http://www.www2.arts.state.tx.us/tcagrant/TXArtsPlan/TimeCycle.htm

March 1 & 15 (TIP: Your panel grant deadline can be found near the top of your Grant Tools page in your online account, unless you are only eligible for year-round grants or roster programs)


Paper, Paint, Clay: The Best Emerging Artists of 2008
http://www.rhondaschallerchelsea.com

Any artist 21+ in any media from around the world


Paper, Paint, Clay: The Best Emerging Artists of 2008
http://www.rhondaschallerchelsea.com/art_link_network.htm

The Rhonda Schaller Studio announces a call to artists for 'Paper, Paint, Clay: The Best Emerging Artists of 2008'. The exhibit will be on display in the Chelsea, NYC Main gallery January 17 - February 2, 2008. Open to any artist 21+ in any media from around the world. Juror: Rhonda Schaller, Gallery Director. Deadline: November 30, 2007.


Paper. Competition of Printmakin in Italy
http://www.htpp://primopianoatelier.com

PRIMO PIANO LIVINGALLERY & PRIMO PIANO ATELIER is pleased to present PAPER FROM OCTOBER 5th TO 31th 2013 EXHIBITION FOR THE NATIONAL DAY OF CONTEMPORARY ART IN ITALY A M A C I – IX EDITION Exhibition of Printmaking and Graphic Art Info: Download PAPER in pdf at right side of home page of primopianoatelier


Paper. Competition of Printmakin in Italy
http://www.primopianoatelier.com

PRIMO PIANO LIVINGALLERY & PRIMO PIANO ATELIER is pleased to present PAPER FROM OCTOBER 5th TO 31th 2013 EXHIBITION FOR THE NATIONAL DAY OF CONTEMPORARY ART IN ITALY A M A C I – IX EDITION Exhibition of Printmaking and Graphic Art Info: Download PAPER in pdf at right side of home page of primopianoatelier


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.


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.


Park Silly Sunday Market 2009 - 15 Sundays June-September
http://www.parksillysundaymarket.com

Park City, Utah. Deadline: February 15, 2009. Jury Fee: $30.00. Event Dates: June 14-September 27, 2009. The Park Silly Sunday Market, runs 15 weeks June -September on Park City, UT's Historic Main Street. It is an eco friendly, open-air market and street festival. We feature unique and eclectic-local, regional, national and international arts and crafts, music and performance art, antiques, imports and one-of-a-kind finds, delicious gourmet foods, and farmers market fruits and vegetables. It is as unique as its town. *Park Silly Sunday Market is a partially juried event.


Park Stewardship Through The Arts
http://www.artmojave.org/

Park Stewardship Through The Arts (PASTA) Joshua Tree National Park offers artists a desert studio and one month residencies.


Parks Bond Art Projects - City of Spokane - Spokane Masonic Center
http://www.spokanearts.org/showopportunity.aspx?id=302

Request for Qualifications for Art for City of Spokane Parks Bond Projects Contact Information: Karen Mobley, Arts Director Contact Email: arts@spokanecity.org Contact Phone: (509) 625-6050 Response Deadline: 9/19/2008


Partners for Arts Education (PAE): SAP Grants
http://www.arts4ed.org/

Partners for Arts Education (PAE) administers School Arts Partnerships (SAP) -- a NY state-wide re-granting program. SAP provides matching funds for artists and/or cultural organizations to partner with schools to support arts-in-education projects. Through collaborative planning and teaching, educators and teaching artists will create NYS Learning Standards-based curricula that focus on the interdisciplinary and/or integrated study of arts and non-arts subjects. Limited to New York State. info@arts4ed.org


PARTNERS IN EXCELLENCE Tier I & II GRANTS
http://www.nevadaculture.org/docs/arts/programs/grantsprogram/pie_gran...

Postmark Deadline: application is being revised and will be able November 2008 Eligible applicants: PIE 1:1-organizations with budgets smaller than $30,000, PIE 1:2-organizations with budgets larger than $30,000 and smaller than $100,000. Annual grants available through the Grants Program, Partners in Excellence (PIE) Grant category addresses the operational needs of Nevada's smaller budget arts organizations to medium budget arts organizations. continue


Partners of the Americas
http://www.partners.net

Partners of the Americas, 1424 K St. NW #700, Washington, DC 20005. 1 month; artist exchange among US, Latin American, and Caribbean countries; airfare, room, board with families, expense money.


Pastel National 2008
http://www.wcfta.com/Gallery/gallery.html

The Wichita Center for the Arts (Wichita, KS) announces a call to artists for the 'Pastel National 2008' exhibit, held March 14 - May 18, 2008. Awards: $7500.00. Juror: G. Daniel Massad. Open to all artists living and working in North America. Each entry must be an original pastel drawing, wholly designed and executed by the artist. Entry Fee: $30.


Pastel Society Exhibition
http://www.mallgalleries.org.uk

Details: Pastels, oil pastels, charcoal, pencil, conte, sanguine, any dry medium framed, under 8ft high Handing-in dates: 19-20 January Fee: £10 per work (max of six submitted, max of four accepted) Exhibition: 28 February – 11 March Venue: Mall Galleries, London Contact: Send A4 SAE to Mall Galleries, 17 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5BD Tel: 020 7930 6844


Pastel Society of Colorado - SPRING 2008 MEMBERS' SHOW
http://www.pastelsocietyofcolorado.org/documents/2008_PSC_Spring_Show_...

Our Spring Members' Show will be at Art on Mountain Gallery in Fort Collins! The show will run from June 5 through June 17, 2008. The Reception falls on Fort Collins' 'First Friday Art Walk' and people in the area are already used to galleries and shops being open on these nights so we expect a large crowd! We would like to expand the event to have a few artists doing demos outside. The Art on Mountain Gallery will be accepting shipments of work for the show, which should make things easier for some who live farther away (see prospectus for details). We are honored to have CLIVE TYLER, nationally acclaimed pastel artist, judging the show this year!


Pat Lowther Memorial Award
http://www.poets.ca/linktext/awards/lowther.htm

(poetry) $1,000 -- November 1


Patchings 2008
http://www.painters-online.co.uk/open/?page=patchings08

ENTRIES BY MARCH 28TH Over 50 prize awards worth over £10,500, including The Artist Purchase Prize up to £1,000 Organised by Leisure Painter and The Artist magazines in conjunction with Patchings Art Centre. Open to all artists - from beginners to professionals - to enter two-dimensional works in any medium. Selected works will be exhibited at Patchings Art Centre in Nottinghamshire, a unique centre for the enjoyment of art and the environment.


Patchings Award
http://www.patchingsartcentre.co.uk

Patchings Award of a gift voucher worth £450 to be used at Patchings Art Centre in Nottinghamshire


Patchings Award
http://www.patchingsartcentre.co.uk

Patchings Award of a gift voucher worth £450 to be used at Patchings Art Centre in Nottinghamshire


Paul E. and Klare N. Reinhold Foundation Grants
http://www.reinhold.org/html/guidelines.htm

The foundation makes grants in Clay County, Florida, for projects in health, religion, children and youth, music appreciation and education, art appreciation and education, and public improvement. Types of support include building construction/renovation, capital campaigns, emergency funds, equipment, land acquisition, matching/challenge grants, operating grants, and seed money grants. Details are available on the Web site.


Paul Hamlyn Foundation
http://www.phf.org.uk/

It's primary concern is to address issues of inequality and disadvantage, particularly in relation to young people, through the arts, education and learning.


Paul Hamlyn Foundation
http://www.phf.org.uk

The Foundation concentrates on issues of inequality through arts and education, particularly in relation to young people. The Foundation is interested in increasing awareness of and access to the arts, partnership arts in education, and schemes which give teachers access to best practice in the creative arts. The Foundation also has a strong interest in combating disaffection and alienation in young people and supports initiatives which try and tackle these issues. Applications can be made for grants of up to


Paul Mellon Predoctoral Fellowship
http://www.nga.gov/resources/casvapre.htm

The fellowship is awarded annually for three years of research in Western art to be held partly in residence at the National Gallery of Art, Center for Advanced Study in Visual Arts, and a two-year period of research in Europe or elsewhere. The Mellon fellow is expected to spend the third year of the fellowship at the center to complete the dissertation. Application must be made through the chair of the graduate department of art history or other appropriate department. Departments should limit nominations to one candidate. Fellowships begin September 1 and are not renewable. Nomination forms are available from the chairs of graduate departments with PhD programs.


Pauline Oliveros Foundation
http://www.tmn.com/Artswire/www/pof/pof.html

Pauline Oliveros Foundation - furthers research in arts technology and sponsors the exploration and uses of art for the education and development of human consciousness, making the results available to the public.


PDN Contests
http://www.pdonline.com/contests/

Deadline: various Award: various Further Information: Offers the PDN Photo Annual, The Mary Forscher Fellowship, TOP KNOTS, PDN/NIKO self-promotion awards.


Peak District - New Environmental Economy
http://www.peakdistrict.gov.uk/index/looking-after/nee.htm

Supports artists whose work is inspired by or uses resources from the Peak District.


Pearson Writers
http://www.writerstrust.com/

$15,000 -- November 1


PEN Center USA West
http://www.pen-usa-west.org/

PEN Center USA West Los Angeles, CA 90057


Pendrell Learning Break Award
http://www.arca.uk.net /pendrellhall

Pendrell Learning Break Award of an art course for two people at Pendrell Hall in Staffordshire, to the value of 300


Pendrell Learning Break Award
http://www.arca.uk.net /pendrellhall

Pendrell Learning Break Award of an art course for two people at Pendrell Hall in Staffordshire, to the value of £300


Peninsula Community Foundation Grants
http://www.pcf.org/community_grants/guidelines.html

The foundation was founded to support local cultural, education, social service, and health programs. Established priorities and grant allocation targets include, in order of priority: children and youth; adult services; programs serving homeless families and children, prevention of homelessness, and development of affordable housing; and civic and public benefit grants. Types of support include continuing support, emergency funds, program development, conferences and seminars, seed money, curriculum development, internships, scholarship funds, consulting services, employee matching gifts, matching funds, and scholarships to individuals. The foundation usually makes contributions on a one-year basis, though multiyear grants will be considered, depending on the goals of the project and the results. The foundation's distribution committee meets six times a year, in January, March, May, July, September, and November. Generally, a final decision takes place three to four months from the date of submission. Letters of inquiry should be addressed to the office.


Penland School
http://www.penland.org

Penland School, Penland Rd., Penland, NC 28765 (704) 765-2359. AIR Program. Open to artists working in sculpture, textiles, photography, jewelry, mixed media, books, paper, drawing, metals, printmaking, wood, glass, or clay who are creating nontraditional studio crafts. Residencies of 2-3 years for up to 7 artists at a time. Housing and studio provided. Modest fees charged.


Penninsula Community Foundation - Emerging Arts Fund
http://www.pcf.org/community_grants/artist_residency_apply.html

PCF will awards artist residencies to working artists who reside in San Mateo or northern Santa Clara Counties in Northern California. PCF invites applications from accomplished individual artists who wish to create their own work in a community setting and to work with participants from the community in the production of art. In addition to offering material support to an individual artist for the production of their work, the Residency seeks to foster long-term and meaningful interaction between an individual artist and an ongoing group of participants through workshops and classes. Possible Residency sites include but are not limited to schools, nonprofit organizations or public agencies. Open to artists from any of the following disciplines -- Literary, Visual, Performing, Media, and Mixed Media/Performance Art. carol@pcf.org


Pennsylvania Council on the Arts
http://www.artsnet.org/pca/

Pennsylvania Council on the Arts offers funding opportunities and services for Pennsylvania artists. Opportunities include individual fellowships up to $10,000 and an annual catalogue of Fellowship Recipients.


Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Arts in Education Program Residencies for Artists and Companies--Ensembles
http://www.pacouncilonthearts.org/aie/educators.html

Artist residencies place council-approved artists or ensembles with host/sponsors for a minimum of 10 days for an individual artist or five days for a company or ensemble. Multi-residencies serve more than a single host/sponsor and include residencies within individual schools, in-service workshops, other professional development for artists and/or educators, and other arts education programming. They are intended to facilitate arts in education programs in rural and other areas where access to the arts has been limited. Residencies should develop students' creative capabilities and technical skills. Residency artists must be selected from the Directory of Pennsylvania Artists in Education. Residency projects must be developed collaboratively. The application must be signed by both the host organization and the artist(s) who will take part in the residency. While potential applicants are strongly encouraged to apply for residency funding through AIE Partners, applicants may apply directly for AIE residency funding. Those who live in regions of Pennsylvania that still remain to be covered by an AIE Partner?s services should apply directly to the PCA as well. Download the complete guide (PDF) for general information as well as residency grant guidelines and application forms. Annual deadline dates may vary; contact the director for exact dates.


Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Arts in Education Projects Grants
http://www.artsnet.org/pca/grants.html

Arts in education projects funded in this category must be other than artist residencies. This funding category is intended to support efforts that make comprehensive arts programs a meaningful part of basic instruction in Pennsylvania schools. Artists and arts organizations should have a vital role in these projects. Competitive project proposals strengthen collaborations of artists, educators, arts organizations, and schools to provide significant and effective arts education. Three phases of funding are available: planning, piloting, and implementation. Funds are awarded for innovative partnerships, including, but not limited to, underrepresented art forms, new strategies for assessment of student progress in the arts, integrated curriculum, innovative uses of new technologies in arts curriculum, and new models for sequential arts curricula. Annual deadline dates may vary; contact the director for exact dates.


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