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residency: Centre Cat’Art, La Forge, Sainte Colombe sur l’Hers, France

Entry deadline: Ongoing. Cat’Art, international centre for research and creation. Visual arts, writing, performing arts, music… Cat’Art is a place where the diversity of the art expressions is encouraged and where the exchanges between cultures from all over the world can be developed, so that the art expression remains a universal language. There are still opportunities of residency in spring 2007 at Cat’Art. Application open to professional artists only, for temporary stays from 2 weeks to 1 year. Average residency fee: 600 € (lodging, studio and energy costs included). Detailed estimation of costs on request. Every resident has his/her own independent bedroom with common cooking facilities. The environment is exceptional (unspoiled nature, mountains, lake, in the south of France). The region has a rich historical background (Cathar castles, old city of Carcassonne and above all the cave of Niaux with its original paintings). Close by cultural centres, like Toulouse, Montpellier, Barcelona. More details and application to residency on our website www.catart.org. Tel. + 33 (0)4 68 69 35 01, or Email: centre@catart.org.

residency: Interested in a Residency in France? Need Help?

A residence is an important stage in an artist’s career. It represents a major investment, in terms of time and money, and therefore needs to be carefully thought through. Artistay works with a network of professional residencies in France. Our service is for: artists in all media; art professionals (critics, curators, agents...); and other creators (architects, designers, writers...). We study your application carefully and help you to achieve your aim of finding a residence in France... and one ideally suited to your requirements. More details about our service and application on our website: www.artistay.com, or email us at: apply@artistay.com.

residency: Jamestown Fine Arts Association

Jamestown, North Dakota Deadline: On-going For more information: 701-251-2496 or artscenter@daktel.com

residency: La Macina di San Cresci 2008 Residency in, Greve in Chianti (Florence) Italy

a Macina di San Cresci is an independent non-profit association based in Greve in Chianti ,a hill town in Tuscany. We are situated midway between two great cities of the Renaissance: Florence & Siena. Our goal is to give an opportunity to exchange experiences and to learn from one another, in order to promote dialogue between different culture. The centre, open to artists, writers, poets, actors and to other art and culture professionals from around the world, offers the opportunity to work alone, or together with other creative people from other countries, developing and interchanging concise ideas on contemporary art and culture. Artist residencies consist of sojourning from 7 to 90 days. This period covers a program based on the personal project proposal presented by the artist and includes the attendance to the workshops in several disciplines (when scheduled). More information and application form on www.chianticom.com.

residency: LUNA Artist-in-Residency Program

San Acacio, Colorado Deadline: On-going For more information: Kilian2002@aol.com

residency: McColl Center for Visual Art Artist-in-Residence Program

Charlotte, NC, McColl Center for Visual Art Artist-in-Residence Program for regional, national and international artists. McColl Center for Visual Art offers artists private studios, $2,000 materials budget, and $3,300 stipend is provided along with 24-hour access to fully-equipped metal and wood shops, media lab, darkroom, printmaking, sculpture, and ceramic studios. Artists-in-Residence participate in McColl Center for Visual Art's open houses, artist forums, outreaches, workshops, and interact with other regional, national, and international artists who are in residence. Paid travel and condominiums are provided for artists outside of the area. Information about the program and application guidelines are available at www.mccollcenter.org. If you have questions about the program or application procedure, contact Terri Smith tsmith@mccollcenter.org, 704-332-5535, ext 22. McColl Center for Visual Art is located at 721 North Tryon Street in the heart of Charlotte, North Carolina. The Center’s goal is to advance creativity through artist residencies, exhibitions and other educational programs about contemporary art.

residency: The Centrum Institute Residencies

Established in 1980, Centrum's artist residency program aims to create an environment where ideas, music, writing, art and more can be developed, and eventually disseminated. Centrum Creative Residencies are about time and space. With both, you’ll have the opportunity to grow as an artist or creative thinker. Centrum Creative Residencies are open to artists, thinkers, activists, performers —anyone involved in creative endeavors. A residency may involve either the solitary creative work of an individual or the interactive work of a group. It can focus on a single genre or be multidisciplinary. A residency may involve active engagement with other Centrum programs, artists, and communities, or it may serve as a reflective retreat. Residencies are awarded on a space-available basis, in week-long blocks (Friday-Friday). Residencies are available as space exists in Centrum facilities--generally January through June, and August through December. Some resources are available year-round. Centrum’s location at Fort Worden State Park offers residents a portfolio of resources. We offer modest, 2-3 bedroom cabins and apartments, some with small studios, and upright pianos. Print, painting, and rehearsal studios are also available for rental by creative residents, including a non-toxic print studio featuring a 30” American French etching press. Recording studio time can also be arranged at Fort Worden’s Synergy Sound studio. For an more information, please visit: www.centrum.org.

residency: The Djerassi Resident Artists Program

The Djerassi Resident Artists Program is a nonprofit arts organization, which offers residencies to artists in the disciplines of music composition, choreography, literature, visual arts, and media arts/new genres. All national and international artists are eligible to apply. We seek applications on two levels. The first includes emerging and mid-career artists, for whom appointments as resident artists may make a significant difference to their careers. The second level consists of artists with established national and/or international reputations. Artists selected by peer panels are offered, at no cost, room, board, and studio space for four and five-week sessions during the season, which runs from mid-March through mid-November. The Program is located in a spectacular rural setting in the Santa Cruz Mountains overlooking the Pacific Ocean, yet is within easy driving distance to the entire San Francisco Bay Area. The special quality of the residency experience centers around a 'retreat' atmosphere. The property is located 40 miles south of San Francisco and 15 miles west of Palo Alto. There is no public transportation to either city from the ranch for artists without cars. Rides to Palo Alto for errands are generally provided by the staff once a week. Transportation to and from the airport is provided by the Program. The deadline for accepting applications is February 15th, each year, for a residency in the following year. Application forms and Guidelines are available on our web site at www.djerassi.org, or may be requested by sending a self-addressed, stamped, envelope. We are affiliated with the Alliance of Artists Communities a nation-wide consortium, which includes professionally run artist communities and other nonprofit organizations that support artists in the development of their work.

residency: The Montana Artists Refuge

The Montana Artists Refuge, an artist-run residency program located in Basin, MT, is accepting applications now from artists of all disciplines. Residencies are one month to nine months in length. Facilities include two spacious apartments with separate 20’ x 30’ studios, one soundproofed apartment for writers, musicians, composers, and one studio apartment for writers or other artists who require minimal space; all include full kitchen facilities, double bed, private phone and wireless internet access. The deadline for applications to the residency program from November through July is June 15. The Refuge has three special residencies during the months of July, August, and September of each year: an MFA Graduate Residency, in August, in collaboration with four separate Universities; the American Indian Artists Residency (AIAR) in September; and the Writers Residency in October. The participating graduate schools set the deadlines for the MFA residency. The deadline for AIAR applications is April 15, and for the Writers Residency, May 15. To learn more about the Refuge go to www.montanarefuge.org and download an application; send SASE to Montana Artists Refuge, Box 8, Basin, MT 59631; phone 406.225.3500; or email mar@mt.net.

Resources in Art History for Graduate Students

This continuously updated newsletter lists grants, fellowships, internships and study abroad opportunities for graduate students in art history and closely related areas such as humanities and visual art studies. It also carries listings of art history conferences and publication opportunities of particular interest to graduate students. Some listings are also open to undergraduates or to postdocs. This web site is owned, created, and maintained by Adrienne DeAngelis.

Restful Alertness

Any artist 21+ in any media from around the world

Resurrection: A New Look at Old Photographic Processes

This exhibition seeks to explore a renewed interest in alternative photographic processes. We are looking for artists who are using photographic methods and techniques of the nineteenth century such as photograms, tintypes, daguerreotypes, gum bichromates, collodian prints, toned silver prints, and more.

Resurrection: A New Look at Old Photographic Processes

Call for Entries--Resurrection: A New Look at Old Photographic Processes, to be held in May 2008. This exhibition seeks to explore a renewed interest in alternative photographic processes. Looking for artists who are using photographic methods and techniques of the nineteenth century such as photograms, tintypes, daguerreotypes, gum bichromates, collodian prints, toned silver prints, and more. Curator: Laura Moya, director of Photolucida, an arts non-profit that promotes the careers of emerging photographers. 23 Sandy Gallery will produce a printed, soft-cover, color catalog of all artwork accepted for this show. Entry deadline: March 27, 2008. Complete entry information can be found at: www.23sandy.com/Resurrection/CallforEntries.html. Contact Laura Russell 503.927.4409 or23sandygallery@gmail.com. 23 Sandy Gallery, 623 NE 23rd Avenue, Portland, OR 97232.

Revisions of the American Dream: Nationally solicited juried exhibition

Opportunities send opportunities to aiw@emeraldstudio.com 21st Annual Northern National Art Competition Nicolet College Art Gallery, Rhinelander, WI Over $8,500 in prize money. Open to U.S. artists 18 and over working in 2-D media. Entry by slide or digital images on CD. $25 for 2 images, both in the same format. Judge: Terry Suhre, curator Gallery 210. Entries postmarked by May 16, 2008. Gala opening reception July 22, 2008. Exhibit runs July 22 - September 11, 2008. Email or call for prospectus or visit www.nicoletcollege.edu/artgal/artcomp.htm kralph@nicoletcollege.edu, 715-365-4556 Call to Wisconsin Artists for the Hidden River Art Festival, Friday, September 19 through Sunday, September 21, 2008 at Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Art, Brookfield Information available at: www.hiddenriverartfestival.com Application Deadline - Friday, April 11, 2008 Call for Entries: Overture Galleries seeks a wide range of artworks ranging from arts & crafts to fine art. Overture Galleries offer three spaces that offer tremendous exposure, especially on performance days and nights. Whether you are a professional, a student, or an emerging hobby artist, this is your chance to show Dane County and countless visitors your talents. Deadline June 15, 2008. For prospectus, go to http://www.overturecenter.com/galleries.htm or contact Clare Vogel, Gallery Coordinator, Overture Center for the Arts, 201 State Street, Madison, WI 53703, phone 608-258-4961. Marn workshops Legal Issues for Artists, March 20, 6-8pm Elizabeth T Russell, Attorney / Author Properly Shipping & Storing Art, Apr. 17, 6-8 pm, Keith Nelson, Preparator, Milwaukee Art Museum. More info at: www.marnonline.com/arts-resources The Oshkosh Fine Arts Association Workshop taught by Karen Knutson from May 16-18, 2008. For info contact Michele Missner 920-730-0768 mmissner@new.rr.com Call for Entries: Birds in Art 2008 Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, is accepting submissions for Birds in Art Sept. 6 - Nov. 9, 2008. Works must interpret birds and related subjects. Deadline: April 15, 2008. Birds in Art prospectus/entry form at www.lywam.org or call 715-845-7010 or email museum@lywam.org Call For Entries: Winnebagoland Art Fair Sunday, June 8, 2008, 10:00 - 4:00. Juried Entry. 160 booths, Fee $80. Entry deadline 4/30/08, attendance 8000. For prospectus and entry forms contact Susan J. Spanbauer, Art Fair Chairperson, P.O. Box 2805, Oshkosh, WI 54903-2805, sjspan@sbcglobal.net Painting and Travel South of the Clouds In the Middle Kingdom 22-day painting trip through South Western China leaving from Chicago on April 1, 2008. Contact info@kewauneeacademy.com or call 920 388 4391. Call For Vendors Paine Art Center & Gardens 1410 Algoma Blvd, Oshkosh, WI 54901 invites you to participate in 2 outdoor fairs. FESTIVAL OF SPRING, Sat., May 17, 8am - 4pm features original art, fine crafts, garden merchandise. Corner Flea Market features antiques, imports, Farmer’s Market. FAIRE ON THE GREEN, Sun., July 13, 9am - 4pm, features original art, fine crafts, garden merchandise. Corner Flea Market features antiques, imports, Farmer’s Market. Contact Doris Peitz at info@thepaine.org or 920 235-6903 ext. 22 for more info and vendor application, or at www.thepaine.org. Are you a 2D, 3D, textile or jewelry artist? Artists Gallery, Racine’s only artist-owned cooperative gallery is seeking new member and guest artists. Artists Gallery is on historic 6th St., downtown Racine, west of Monument Sq., across from Porter’s of Racine. Prospective artists must be juried by committee. Contact the gallery at 262/635-9332 or e-mail Dan Simoneau at dsimoneau@wi.rr.com. Call for Artists: Whitewater Arts Festival - 3rd Annual Sat., April 26, 9-4pm. Regional invitation to artists and craftspeople of all genres. Fee $25 or $50. Details at www.fountainartsfestival.com or benstrand@hotmail.com Revisions of the American Dream: Nationally solicited juried exhibition asks, “What has the American dream become?” In our country today, where ethnic diversity is as common as economic hardship, the ideal of a white picket fence and nuclear family for every American has become more myth than motto. The Susan Hensel Gallery announces a call for artists in all visual media to submit work for a one-month exhibition that explores this concept. Opening: Fri., June 6, 2008. Deadline: March 21, 2008. For complete info: http://www.revisionsoftheamericandream.com

Rex Foundation - California

The Rex Foundation enabled the Grateful Dead to go beyond responding to multiple requests for contributions, and proactively provide extensive community support to creative endeavors in the arts, sciences, and education.

RFQ for City of Glendale Courthouse, Glendale, AZ - January 5, 2009

The City of Glendale announces a public art opportunity for a qualified artist or artist team to design, fabricate and install artwork for the new Courthouse, which will open in downtown Glendale in 2010. The City Court and the Glendale Arts Commission support this public art project cooperatively. CLICK HERE for the complete RFQ (PDF).

RFQ for Higuera Street Fountain - San Luis Obispo, CA - January 5, 2009

The Art in Public Places Program of the City of San Luis Obispo, CA is seeking an artist or team of artists to design, fabricate and install an artwork or artworks at the Higuera Street Fountain, located at the intersection of Higuera and Marsh Streets. CLICK HERE to visit the City's website www.slocity.org for more information. CLICK HERE to view full RFQ.

RFQ for Temporary Art at Tucson International Airport

TUCSON, AZ – ongoing - RFQ for Temporary Art at Tucson International Airport

RFQ for transit system design team opportunities

CHARLOTTE, NC - ongoing - RFQ for transit system design team opportunities

Rhode Island State Council on the Arts

Rhode Island State Council on the Arts makes direct grants to Rhode Island artists. Grants to individuals include Fellowships and Folk Arts apprenticeships. Proposals for funding for individual artists are also considered.

Rhode Island State Council on the Arts

Grants in drawing, printmaking, design, dance, music, painting, crafts, film, video, literature, photography, and media arts. Open to Rhode Island individuals info@risca.state.ri.us

Rhode Island State Council on the Arts Fellowships

The fellowships are given to encourage the creative development of Rhode Island artists by enabling them to set aside time to pursue their work and achieve specific career goals and to provide funds for the purchase of supplies and materials. One award is given in each category. The April 1 deadline is for crafts; film and video; folk arts; fiction; poetry; playwrighting/screenwriting; photography; and three-dimensional art. The October 1 deadline is for choreography; design; drawing and printmaking; music composition; new genres; and painting. Application materials are available on the Web site.

Rhode Island State Council on the Arts Grants to Individuals/Organizations

Requests for proposals offer support to nonprofit organizations, schools, and individuals in the following focus areas: advocacy, cultural collaborations, new audiences, creative alternatives, and education. General operating support is designed to provide partial operating costs to the state's arts producing or presenting organizations with proven histories of maintaining high artistic standards and that can demonstrate sound planning, a capacity to support or assist artists, and serve a statewide audience or a particular constituency. The expansion arts program is a collaboration between the council, the Rhode Island Foundation, and the Business Volunteers for the Arts/Rhode Island to support ethnic and cultural diversity in the arts. Application forms and guidelines are available on the Web site.

Richard Hugo House

Scribes, a three-part, year-long series offering 400 hours of written/spoken word training. Led by 12 artists for 1,000 youth, the workshops focus on playwriting, poetry, zines and short fiction for publication and readings.

Richard Hugo House

Richard Hugo House, 1634 11th Ave., Seattle, WA 98122 (206) 322-7030. Must be published; residencies for a minimum of 9 mos.; office space and monthly stipend awarded. Housing not provided. Artists in residence must teach a class, develop a public program, and hold public office hours.

Richeson 75 International: Landscape & Exteriors

The Richeson School of Art & Gallery: Jack Richeson & Co., Inc. announces a call to artists for the 'Richeson 75 International: Landscape & Exteriors', held October 27, 2007 to January 6, 2008 at the Richeson Gallery in Kimberly, Wisconsin. Over $7500 in cash & merchandise awards! $3000 Best in Show; $1000 1st prize and $500 2nd prize in 3 categories: Oil and Oil Pastel: Soft Pastel and Other Dry Media; Water Media and Other (Printmaking, Mixed Media etc). Juror: Mr. John Salminen, AWS, DF, NWS. Artist must be over age 18: All work entered must be original in concept/execution and have been created since Jan. 1, 2005. No work done in a class, workshop or under supervision is eligible. Entry fee: $30 for one image, $40 for 2, $50 for 3. Deadline: August 21, 2007.

Richeson 75 International: Landscape & Exteriors

Sponsor: Richeson School of Art & Gallery / Jack Richeson & Co., Inc. Venue: Richeson School of Art & Gallery, Kimberly, WI Awards: Over $7500 in cash & merchandise awards! $3000 Best in Show; $1000 1st prize and $500 2nd prize in 3 categories: Oil and Oil Pastel: Soft Pastel and Other Dry Media; Water Media and Other (Printmaking, Mixed Media etc). Awards Juror: Mr. John Salminen, AWS, DF, NWS Eligibility: Artist must be over age 18: All work entered must be original in concept/execution and have been created since Jan. 1, 2005. No work done in a class, workshop or under supervision is eligible. Only works actually displayed in the gallery exhibit are eligible for prizes! Fees: $30 for one image, $40 for two images, $50 for three images Commission: 25% commission retained by the gallery for sales during the exhibit period Send SASE to: Richeson School of Art & Gallery, PO Box 160, Kimberly, WI 54136-0160 E-mail: Terry Stanley Phone: 800-233-2404

Rijksakademie Residency in Amsterdam

The Rijksakademie Residency in Amsterdam is an international research and production place for emerging, professional artists from all continents. The Rijksakademie is more than a residency. It has extensive technical facilities, a library and an art collection. In addition, the Rijksakademie offers basic facilities such as a studio, assistance by technical specialists, a work budget, and mediation with accommodation and grants. There are some fifty studios where resident artists work for one to two years on research, experiments, projects and production. Confrontation with diverse cultures and advice by internationally active artists, curators and others, promote the deepening, expansion and acceleration of artistic practice. A period at the Rijksakademie has the greatest effect on an artists' career, three to five years of professional experience before applying. Resident artists pursue every medium and technique: painting, drawing, graphics, photography, sculpture, video, film, sound and digital media. Artists can also explore links with other areas, such as architecture, theatre, music, literature and science. Application Each year approximately twenty-five artists are invited for a residency. Artists can apply for a residency from January to December 2010 by using the online application form. The deadline for application is 1 February 2009.

Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten

Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Sarphatistraat 470, 1018 Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Tel.: 011-31-20-5270300.

Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten

The Rijksakademie provides a residency programme for sixty artists from around the world each year. Open to 'young' international visual artists (usual average age is late twenties) with some years of professional experience after arts education. The initial work period is January-December, with the possibility of continuation for a second year. Artists receive a stipend (around €9,500) and are provided with a studio, access to workshops, the academy's library, artists' documentation archive and art collection. There are studio visits from visiting artists, critics, curators and other advisers. The annual fee is €1,500.

Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten

The Rijksakademie provides a residency programme for sixty artists from around the world each year. Open to 'young' international visual artists (usual average age is late twenties) with some years of professional experience after arts education. The initial work period is January-December, with the possibility of continuation for a second year. Artists receive a stipend (around €9,500) and are provided with a studio, access to workshops, the academy's library, artists' documentation archive and art collection. There are studio visits from visiting artists, critics, curators and other advisers. The annual fee is €1,500.

Rijkscentrum Frans Masereel

Rijkscentrum Frans Masereel, Zaardendijk 20, 2450 Kasterlee, Belgium. Tel.: 32-14-852252. Open to established graphic artists; 2-3 week residencies; housing in museum.

Rijkscentrum Frans Masereel

Rijkscentrum Frans Masereel, Zaardendijk 20, 2450 Kasterlee, Belgium. Tel.: 32-14-852252. Open to established graphic artists; 2-3 week residencies; housing in museum.


We are looking for UNUSUAL art… extreme interpretations of the ordinary, abstract pieces, and other experimental works. For February, we are looking for odd/grotesque/strange portraits, masks, or 'heads,' but we would like to see your range of work, as potentially (for the future), we may showcase a variety of artwork from 1 artist at a time. Artists' work will be displayed for 1 month in the Ripley's gift shop, and pieces may be sold on consignment (40% commission) during our regular business hours (9am-1am, Mon-Sun). The artist may use the space for an opening party free of charge, but all other expenses are the artist's responsibility. No entry fee. Contact: Ripley's Believe It or Not! 234 West 42nd St New York NY 10036

Riverdune House

Riverdune House (541) 997-6235. Updated 1900 home overlooking the Siuslaw River in Old Town Florence on the Oregon Coast. Fees charged; open to all.

Riverside Mill Accepting Artisan Applications

New Gallery at Riverside Mill accepting Artisan applications thru March 30, 2009. Riverside Mill is a combined artisans gallery & antique mall located in a historic cotton mill in Weldon, NC. Opening in early 2009, it’s located 1.5 miles from Interstate 95; just a few miles from the Virginia/North Carolina State Line. Location, outside decks, river views, a strong commitment to billboard/tourist advertising, events and a festive marketplace atmosphere are all reasons Riverside Mill is a great opportunity for craft artists. See www.riversidemill.net for more detail.

RO* International Experimental Painting Camp – Tescani 2008

Where: Romania, Bacau, Tescani Period: August 1 - 21th, 2008 Deadline: May 20th, 2008 International Experimental Painting Camp – Tescani 2008 Project TRANSFER http://transferproject2008.blogspot.com/ Call For Artists The „George Enescu” National Museum (Bucharest), together with „Dumitru and Alice Rosetti - Tescanu – George Enescu” Cultural Center (Tescani, Bacau) invites artists from all countries, including Romania, to apply for an international painting camp: August 1 – 21st, 2008 The host institution will provide during the project/camp (21 days) the complete accommodation, including food and a part of materials, for 12 selected artists ( 6 from Romania, 6 from abroad). The closing date for submissions is May 20th, 2008 (postmark) Concept/Programme The project invites professional artists from all countries, including Romania, working in the field of painting, interested of various forms of painting intervention, experimental painting techniques which may include collage, non conventional materials, object. The project intends to create a platform for artists with a real interest in developing painting’s extensions both technically and thematically. The programme aims to facilitate artistic and cultural exchanges, promoting the mobility of artists interested to pursue a personal research in the field of painting, in the framework of a certain topic. The project is organized as a camp, lasting 3 weeks. The surrounding area of the host institution, offers an interesting setting in terms of landscape and culture. The selected artists 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. A catalogue and an itinerant exhibition are planned after the end of the project/camp. Each participant will receive a catalogue. The jury will select 6 artists from abroad and 6 artists from Romania. At the end of the project, each participant must deliver two works (realized in the framework of the camp) for The „George Enescu” National Museum’s patrimony. Project’s topic TRANSFER The theme relates to the extended concept of “transfer”, conceptually and technically speaking. The project underlines fusion as sign of altered realities (becoming something else, other) and encourages the mixture and blends between all conceptual and practical levels read as reciprocity. The key words are pluralism, mixture, accessibility, incongruence, scanning multiple identities. The theme focuses on developing cultural and artistic contemporary resources. more information and contact: http://transferproject2008.blogspot.com/

Roald Dahl Museum and Story Center, Writer-in-Residence

Roald Dahl Museum and Story Center, Writer-in-Residence, 81-83 High St., Great Missenden, Buck HP16 0AN, United Kingdom. Tel: 44-0-1494-892192. 4 month residency with stipend and accomodation in the museum complex. Writer must agree to participation in some community outreach projects. Preference given to writers who have written for children.

Robert H. and Clarice Smith Predoctoral Fellowship

The fellowship funds productive scholarly work in Dutch or Flemish art history, intended for the advancement or completion either of a doctoral dissertation or of a resulting publication. The fellow may use the grant to study either in the United States or abroad; there are no residence requirements at the National Gallery. 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. The fellowship grant begins on September 1 and is not renewable.

Robert Jack's Drawing Prize

Robert Jack's Drawing Prize. Prize: $5000

Robert M. MacNamara Foundation

Robert M. MacNamara Foundation, 241 East Shore Rd., Westport, ME 04578 (207) 882-1254. Residencies of 6 weeks; housing, studio, travel, and food provided. Equipment includes ceramics facilities, and a digital media center. (visual, media, and literary arts)

Robert W. Woodruff Foundation Grants

Most grants are awarded to tax-exempt organizations in Georgia. Grants to qualified public charities headquartered outside Georgia are considered when it is demonstrated that the proposed project or program will have particular impact in Georgia. The foundation is interested in supporting programs and projects in the areas of elementary, secondary, and higher education; health care and education; Human services, particularly for children and youth; economic development and civic affairs; art and cultural activities; and conservation of natural resources and environmental education. Preference is given to one-time capital projects, matching/challenge grants, specific projects, construction, land acquisition, and equipment purchases. Application forms are not required. Proposals should be made in letter form and describe the organization, including its purposes, staffing, and governing board; latest financial statement and most recent audit report; description of the proposed project and justification for funding; itemized project budget, including other sources of support; and evidence of tax-exempt status. The board meets in April and November to consider requests.

Roberto Longhi Foundation Fellowships

Fellowships are available for nine months at the institute for those who are seriously dedicated to research in the history of art, particularly Italian painting from the 13th to the 18th centuries. Eligible are Italian citizens who possess degrees from Italian universities with theses in the history of art, and non-Italian citizens who have fulfilled the preliminary requirements for doctoral degrees in the history of art at an accredited university or institution of equal standing. Fellows begin their research in October; they must collaborate on a specific group research project selected by the scientific committee while doing research on their own projects. Fellows are also required to attend seminars, lectures, and other activities arranged by the institute. Deadline varies each year, usually falling in late May. Further information may be obtained from the secretariat, or visit the Web site.

Rockefeller Brothers Fund Charles E. Culpeper Arts and Culture Grants in New York City

The Fund seeks to foster an environment in which artists and the creative process can flourish by supporting organizations that assist individual artists and the creative process, provide infrastructure to sustain the artistic life, and offer additional opportunities to artists for developing skills complementary to their creative talents. In addition, the Fund seeks to sustain and advance small and mid-size cultural organizations, particularly those that are community based and/or culturally specific through the following strategies: supporting core operations by providing non-renewable, two-year capacity-building grants of up to $50,000 per year; strengthening long-term financial viability by providing endowment grants and cash reserve grants of up to $250,000 to cultural and arts organizations that demonstrate the potential for long-term leadership and excellence in the presentation of creative work to the broadest possible audiences; enhancing institutional leadership through competitive awards to arts and cultural organizations for innovative, team-based leadership conferences designed to strengthen long-range organizational management and governance; and offering grants of up to $15,000 to cover the costs of the leadership conference, including the participation of professional consultants, advisors, or facilitators (following completion of a leadership conference, the Fund may make an additional award of up to $25,000 to support the participating organization's efforts to implement some aspects of what was learned through the conference.

Rockland Center for the Arts, (West Nyack NY)

RoCA accepts artist submissions on an on going basis for the Sculpture Park and Gallery One. Gallery ONE consists of 55 linear feet for hanging and is RoCA's venue for one-person exhibits. The Sculpture Park consists of two cleared acres within a 10 acre wooded site. Outdoor sculptors may apply for inclusion in the annual exhibit that runs October through April. A stipend is available for outdoor sculptors on a case by case basis. Artists should submit: 1) 12 - 20 images, printed hard copies, or slides. CD-ROMs may be submitted as additional support material only. 2) Complete information should be attached to images / slides; size, medium. 3) A current resume or curriculum vitae. 4) An Artist Statement (optional) 5) SASE is required for the return of materials. Please do not make follow up phone calls. All submissions are carefully reviewed. Visit www.rocklandartcenter.org/submissions.html for more information. LynnStein@aol.com

Rockmirth - Ecoarts School, Atelier & Residential Artists' Retreat

Rockmirth - Ecoarts School, Atelier & Residential Artists' Retreat, HC 69 Box 20H, Sapello, NM 87745 (505) 454-9628. Located on the east side of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains on 111 acres in a high canyon, surrounded by lush ponderosa pine forests, midway between Santa Fe and Taos. Housing and some meals provided; fees charged.

Rockwell International Corporate Trust Grants Program

Grants are awarded in the areas of education and youth development, with emphasis in math, science, and engineering; and culture and the arts, with emphasis on youth educational programs. Rockwell also contributes to health, human services, and civic organizations and also gives special consideration to qualifying organizations in which employees are involved as volunteers. Types of support include capital grants, challenge/matching grants, conferences and seminars, development grants, endowments, research grants, scholarship funds, and general operating grants. Awards include single-year, multiple-year, and provisional continuing support of specific programs. Applicants should submit full, detailed proposals. Proposals are accepted at any time. At the Web site, click on About Us, then Corporate Citizenship, and then Rockwell Automation Corporation Trust.

Rocky Mount Arts Center - Annual National Juried Art Exhibition

Annual National Juried Art Exhibition: Open to all media except video and installations. Open to artists 18 years of age and older. Walk-in entries accepted. Cash awards.To receive a prospectus, call or email the address above, or click on the following link to download: www.ci.rocky-mount.nc.us/artscenter/annualjuriedweb.pdf

Rocky Mount Arts Center - Handcrafted

Handcrafted: Annual juried competition in ceramics, fiber, glass, metal and wood. Open to all US artists 18 years and older. All entries by 35mm slides. Cash awards.To receive a prospectus, call or email the address above, or click on the following link to download: www.ci.rocky-mount.nc.us/artscenter/handcrafted06.pdf

Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park Estes Park, CO 80517

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