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Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Film and Electronic Media Program Grants

The film and electronic media program supports organizations or programs that create, exhibit, or distribute media arts programming and have a commitment to advancing the field through an emphasis on the creative use of the medium. Media arts include audio, electronic art, film, radio, television, and video. The programming for radio and television can include anything related to the arts such as concerts, arts magazines, arts reporting, documentaries on artists/arts organizations, experimental media, and media art showcases. An interim report must be submitted by March 1. Annual deadline dates may vary; contact the program associate for exact dates.

Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Interdisciplinary Arts Program Grants

This program supports the investigation of the changing relationships among artistic disciplines, diverse cultural forms, new technologies, and traditional expressions. It recognizes contemporary artists and organizations who are challenging conventional and widely accepted approaches in creating, producing, and presenting work that may be defined as work that fuses, integrates, or explores the boundaries between at least two distinct disciplines. This is the place for programs that venture in new directions, that involve artistic and constituent communities in new ways, that do not fit into the conventional single-discipline or multidiscipline programs, and are exploring across several disciplines. The emphasis is on risk-taking, experimenting, and creating new genres. Annual deadline dates may vary; contact the program director for specific dates.

Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Visual Arts Program Grants

The visual arts program supports contemporary visual arts organizations and ongoing programs that provide exhibitions, instruction, criticism (visual arts publications), long-term residencies, and other professional development services to visual artists. The council defines visual arts as including, but not limited to, painting, sculpture, graphic art, photography, architecture, and new work that has grown out of these genres, such as installations and computer art. Annual deadline dates may vary; contact the office for exact dates.

Pentair Education and Community Programs

The education aspect of this program targets areas such as school-to-work, including work readiness, career development and guidance on college options; alternative education, with special emphasis on environments that support students' individual skill levels and needs; and arts education that introduces students to art concepts, processes, and applications. The community aspect focuses on organizations that aim to improve the lives of individuals. Interest areas include job training, education assistance and resources; opportunities for youths to acquire and build life skills; basic needs and support services for youths in crisis; and assistance education and information for people with physical or mental disabilities or serious illness.The foundation supports general operating budgets, special projects, and the capital needs of human service organizations, education institutions, and arts organizations. Limited support is given to national and US-based organizations offering international programs.

Pepinieres Europeennes pour Jeunes Artists

Pepinieres Europeennes pour Jeunes Artists, BP 13, 9-11 rue Paul Leplat, F-78164 Marly-Le-Roi, France. Tel.: 011-33-1-39-171100.

Percent for Art in Public Places

Percent for Art in Public Places — Under Minnesota statute, state buildings with construction or renovation budgets of $500,000 or more may designate one percent of their total construction budget to purchase or commission original artwork. Artists who would like to be considered for Percent for Art projects must have current files in the Percent for Art artist registry. Artist registry applications are accepted at any time.

Percent for Art in Public Places

Percent for Art in Public Places — Under Minnesota statute, state buildings with construction or renovation budgets of $500,000 or more may designate one percent of their total construction budget to purchase or commission original artwork. Artists who would like to be considered for Percent for Art projects must have current files in the Percent for Art artist registry. Artist registry applications are accepted at any time.

Percent for Art program

In the Percent for Art program the Montana legislature allocates a percentage of the overall state budget to be set aside for the creation of public works of art.

Percent for Art Purchases/Commissions

Percent for Art Purchases/Commissions – Provide opportunities for the State to acquire artwork by visual and craft artists, working individually or collaboratively, to be placed in the public spaces of new or existing state buildings.

Percent for Art Purchases/Commissions

Percent for Art Purchases/Commissions – Provide opportunities for the State to acquire artwork by visual and craft artists, working individually or collaboratively, to be placed in the public spaces of new or existing state buildings.

Performance and Touring Award

The Performance and Touring Award aims to assist Irish and Ireland-based musicians in realising performance opportunities; offer increased employment opportunities to Irish musicians; develop the skills base of Irish artists in areas such as project planning and administration, self-promotion and selfmanagement; and offer a new source of music programming to concert promoters, and in turn to audiences throughout Ireland.

Performing Arts Bank Grant.

Performing Arts Bank Grant. Provides an underwriting service in partnership with South Dakotans for the Arts to insure against financial loss in producing and sponsoring performances, workshops and other arts events for local audiences without removing the community effort required to support the event.

Performing Arts Bank Grant.

Performing Arts Bank Grant. A partnership program of South Dakotans for the Arts and the South Dakota Arts Council. As an underwriting service for South Dakota communities with populations under 15,000, the Performing Arts Bank insures against financial loss in producing and sponsoring performances, workshops and other performing arts events without removing the community effort required to support the event. Funds are only used if a presenter suffers a deficit at the box office.

Performing Arts Directory - Application

Performing Arts Directory - Application

Performing Arts Granting Program 2008-09

The Glendale Arts Commission's deadline for grant applications is Friday, April 4, 2008 for performing arts projects to take place within the Glendale city limits between July 1, 2008 and June 30, 2009. For the 2007-08 season, the Glendale City Council awarded $83,630 to support 15 local organizations. Since the Performing Arts Granting Program began 12 years ago, a total of 134 grants have been given out, adding up to $338,625. Click here for information (pdf). Click here to download the guidelines and application for 2008-09.

Performing Arts on Tour Grant – Application

Performing Arts on Tour Grant – Application

Performing Arts Residencies at Banff Center.

Open to dance, theatre, opera/music theatre, and interdisciplinary forms. Financial aid available. Contact: BC, Box 1020, Station 21, Banff, Alberta, Canada, T1L 1H5 or 403.762.6186 or www.banffcentre.ca. Deadline: 8/10/07.

Performing Rights Society

British Music Abroad, supports emerging UK acts that have been offered key overseas showcase opportunities

Perrysburg Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit

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.

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Peter Krueger Summer Internship

The internship was established to encourage promising students of art history, architectural history, museum studies, museum education, and design to explore careers in the museum profession. Interns are assigned to specific curatorial, education, or administrative departments where they will assist on special research or exhibition projects, as well as participate in daily museum activities. Interns are for 10 weeks. Housing is not provided.

Peter Minet Fund

Grants to charitable organisations including support for arts and culture.

Peterborough Art Prize

Peterborough Art Prize will celebrate its fifth year in 2008. This prestigious event will feature nearly 500 art and photographic works by artists from all over Australia. The venue for the Art Prize is the beautiful and historic Peterborough Town Hall situated in the Main Street of Peterborough. Tea and coffee is provided at no cost. Official opening on Friday 14 March 2008 at 6pm.

Peterborough prize

National open painting, video and multi-media arts competition

Peters Valley Crafts Center

Peters Valley Crafts Center, 19 Kuhn Rd., Layton, NJ 07851 (973) 948-5200. AIR Program in fine crafts located in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area; open studios; year round. Stipend paid. Residents coordinate the summer workshop program, including scheduling, studio management, selection of studio assistants. This amounts to a part-time job. One resident each in blacksmithing, ceramics, fibers, fine metals, photography, and woodworking.

Petro-Canada Award in New Media

Petro-Canada Award in New Media

Pew Fellowships in the Arts

Pew Fellowships in the Arts awards grants of $50,000 to artists working in a wide variety of performing, visual, and literary disciplines which rotate on a four-year cycle. The primary function of the fellowships is to free artists from other activities-literally to 'buy time'-so they can focus on creative development for an extended period. Up to twelve fellowships are awarded annually to artists living and working in the five-county Philadelphia area.

Pewabic Pottery, AIR Program

Pewabic Pottery, AIR Program, 10125 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit, MI 48214 (313) 822-0954. 6 month, 1 year, or 2 year residency includes studio, stipend, health insurance, materials; open to emerging ceramicists making functional pottery and/or architectural tile; artists must work at the Pottery 16 hours per week (may include teaching, design work or production); artists must make own housing arrangements.


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Phelan Art Award in Video

Phelan Art Award in Video The Phelan Art Award in Film and Video is administered by The San Francisco Foundation in partnership with BAVC. Cash awards (ranging from $5,000 to $10,000) are awarded to California born video artists whose body of work merits recognition for its creativity, innovation, and contribution to the field of video. Phelan Awardee Torsten Burns' Ship to Ship The awards will be presented during a public reception and screening of the artists’ work. The 2008 application process will be available in January 2008. Requirements: Artist must have been born in California regardless of current residence. Artist’s work must originate in the medium of video and be of a non-commercial nature. Recipients of past Phelan Art Awards are not eligible to apply again. The Phelan Awards are administered by the San Francisco Foundation. For further information, please see the San Francisco Foundation site here or email info@sff.org. Questions? Contact wendy[at]bavc[dot]org.

PHF Penn Faculty Research Fellowships

Applications are solicited from standing faculty members in the humanities and allied departments at Penn for the Penn Humanities Forum's Mellon Faculty Research Fellowships. Available are junior faculty awards of $5000 disbursed as salary, as well as senior faculty awards of $10,000 paid directly to departments to offset the cost of a course release. Fellows must be engaged in research directly related to the Forum's theme for the year in which the award is granted, and are expected to participate in the Forum's weekly Mellon Research Seminars.

PHF Regional Mellon Faculty Research and Cultural Fellowships

The PHF research stipends of $3,000 are intended for faculty in the humanities from Philadelphia-area colleges and universities and for department directors and curators of Philadelphia-area arts and cultural organizations. The stipends are designed to encourage interdisciplinary exchange among the region's academies and cultural institutions. Fellows must be engaged in research directly related to the Forum's theme for the year in which the award is granted, and are expected to participate in the Forum's weekly Mellon Research Seminars.

PHF Undergraduate Humanities Forum Research Fellowships

Each year, a number of Fellowships are offered to promote undergraduate research in the humanities and cultivate the importance of humanistic thought across all disciplines. Interested candidates should be conducting work related to the Forum's theme for the year in which the award is granted. Calls for applications are solicited in February of the year preceding the fellowship. One $1500 PHF Coordinating Research Fellowship and approximately eighteen PHF Research Fellowships at $600 each are available each year. Applicants are drawn from students across Penn, as well as from the university's twelve undergraduate College Houses.

Phffft! Dance Theatre Company

Dance Empowerment, a four-month series offering 50 hours of dance and choreography with tech production and marketing instruction led by four artists for 10 youth culminating in a public performance inspired by participants' life experiences.

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Plein Air Art Competition Saturday, June 14 through Sunday, June 15 Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts $30 Call 856-327-4500 to order


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Phodar Biennial

Deadline: February 2007 Award: 500 Further Information: Biennial competition for international photographers.


Deadline: June 1, 2009. Phoenix Gallery, NY, Fellowship Program 2009. The Phoenix Gallery, celebrating its 51st year, will sponsor a 2009-10 Fellowship Program. The Fellowship Benefits: Sponsored membership in Phoenix Gallery in 2009-10 for 18 months, a solo exhibition in the gallery, Participation in member group shows, Access to the gallery space and resources during membership. Please go to http://phoenix-gallery.com/opportunities.html and see “Fellowship Prospectus” for further information. Phoenix Gallery, 210 eleventh Ave. @25th St., 902, New York, NY 10001. 212-226-8711.

PHOENIX, AZ - Ongoing

Call to Visually Impaired Artists. The Arizona Commission on the Arts is developing a list of artists who are blind or visually impaired for a future art activity. The different areas of art include but are not limited to paint, ceramic, woodwork, metal work, literature (writing poetry, fiction, etc.), music (writing, performing instruments, singing, etc.), theater, dance, etc. They don't have to be professional artists, but they have to consider themselves good in whatever they do. If you are a blind/visually impaired artist or know someone who is, please provide the following information: Artist Name, Phone, Mailing Address, Email Address (if available), Type of art, How long have you been doing this activity? Please submit via telephone, fax, or email to Karla Rivas SBVI Program Assistant, Phone (602) 542-3946, Fax (602) 542-3778, Email krivas@azdes.gov.

PHOENIX, AZ - Ongoing

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix would like to immerse children in the world of art and is looking for talented artists to volunteer with underprivileged children. Volunteer opportunities can range from teaching a one time, one hour class to an ongoing weekly class. We value your time and our children will value your gift, so let us know when you are willing to help. To learn more contact Teresa at 602-343-1210 or visit www.bgcmp.org.

PHOENIX, AZ - Valley Fever Arts Festival

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Phoenix, AZ – Deadline: open

Valley of the Sun Solar is a newly formed entity whose mission is to 'build solar energy awareness through art'. We are seeking artists who would like to help us fulfill our mission by allowing us to license images of their works in order to produce merchandise (prints, cards, shirts, etc) that will include the caption: 'valleyofthesunsolar.com - building solar energy awareness through art' and be marketed to the general public. Contributing artists will be paid a royalty on each item sold which incorporates their work. For further information, please contact: Lee Feliciano at Lee@valleyofthesunsolar.com or 602.300.8500 or visit www.valleyofthesunsolar.com

Photo Review Annual International Photography Competition

Deadline: May Award: $500 + camera Further Information: Work reproduced in the Photo Review and at an exhibition

Photo+Book: A Juried Exhibition of Self-Published On-Demand Photography Books

CALL FOR ENTRIES Photo+Book: A Juried Exhibition of Self-Published On-Demand Photography Books March 6-28, 2008, 23 Sandy Gallery, Portland, Oregon Photographers have been witness to a dizzying array of groundbreaking innovations in recent years. One of those exciting innovations is the emergence of “self-published, on demand” book printing services. You know.... Blurb, Lulu, iPhoto, MyPublisher and all those other proliferating providers as well. These books allow photographers to present their photographs in a high-quality, low-cost and professional-looking book. Let’s celebrate these books and the artists behind them. Photo+Book will be juried by Christopher Rauschenberg. Four artists submitting books will be selected for Best of Show Awards.

Photographer's Forum Magazine & Nikon

2 First Place Grants of $1,000 plus Nikon D80 digital SLR camera system, cash for 2nd thru 4th place.


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