Hamiltonian Artists in Northwest DC sent this announcement for its fellowship program:
Hamiltonian Artists Fellowship Program
Deadline: Wednesday, February 29, 2012. Hamiltonian Artists, a 501(c)3, is excited to announce its fifth annual open call to emerging artists to apply to our two-year Fellowship Program, aimed at aiding in the professional development of contemporary visual artists. What will you receive as a Hamiltonian Fellow?
– Professional Development
– An Annual Stipend
– Five Exhibitions in the Gallery, as well as Off-sSite Exhibition Opportunities
– Access to Premier Arts Professionals
– Involvement in the Vibrant DC Arts Community
Please refer to the website for application requirements, restrictions and forms. The application process will close at 6:00 pm on on Wednesday, February 29, 2012, and any applications received after that date will not be considered. Please do not hesitate to email or call us at the gallery with any additional questions. Best of luck!
The following announcements for exhibitions, fellowships, and residencies are courtesy of FindArtInfoBank.com:
Call for Submissions – Peregrine Gallery – RI
Deadline: January 31, 12. Currently, Peregrine Gallery is accepting submissions to be considered for upcoming solo and group shows. The Peregrine Gallery is a new not for profit gallery space committed to showing the work of emerging artists. Qualifications: Original, framed, ready to hang 2-D work will be considered. How to Apply: Please contact the Gallery Director, K Lenore Siner at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website www.peregrinegallery.com for more information
Schweinfurth Art Center Announces Made in NY 2012 – NY
Deadline: January 13, 12. Made in NY is an opportunity for artists residing in New York State to showcase their work in a competitive juried exhibition. Two and three-dimensional work will be accepted including, but not limited to, painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, ceramics, fiber and media art. Artists may submit up to two artworks for consideration. Entry is free for members and $25 for non-members. All entries must be postmarked by January 13, 2012 to be eligible for consideration. The Schweinfurth Art Center, Auburn, NY, has issued a call for entries for our annual juried exhibition Made in NY 2012. The exhibition will be on view March 31 – May 20, 2012. The 2012 jurors are Richard Kegler, founder and lead designer at P22 type foundry in Buffalo, NY and Sydney Waller, art consultant, curator, and past director of Sculpture Space in Utica, NY. Visit www.myartcenter.org to view the exhibition entry form and instructions. Call (315) 255-1553 for more information.
Artist Warriors: Post Apocalyptic Adventure – VA
Deadline: January 3, 12. Imagine you are an artist surviving in the landscape of a post apocalyptic world. You become an art warrior documenting this inhospitable world with your art and creating fashions to move through it. The causes of this apocalypse could be real or media created. This show is all about letting your inner survivalist and your art warrior imagination go wild. Show is open to both 2- and 3-dimensional art as well as textiles such as clothing of apocalyptic era. This show is open to All Area Artist. Acceptance of all submissions is at the curators’ discretion. When your art sells you are asked to make a 20% donation (tax-deductable) to Del Ray Artisans. View the Call for Entry for details: www.TheDelRayArtisans.org/shows/calls/ Web Site: www.TheDelRayArtisans.org
18 more announcements after the jump:
2012 National Photography Fellowship Competition – “Developed Work” – KS
Deadline: January 31, 12. Midwest Center for Photography. $500 Fellowship Award. Submit up to 5 images for $40, $5 for each additional image. Selected artists will have their work featured in the exhibition opening March 30, 2012, and will also be featured online. One fellowship recipient will be awarded the $500 Fellowship Award, and one year artist representation. The call for entries is open to all national photographers. Competition for “Developed Work” is based upon a cohesive body of work. Artists must submit an artist statement, outlining the conceptual intentions of the work. Selection will be considered from the developed body of work submitted by each artist rather than on individual images. For more information and to enter online, please visit: www.mwcponline.org. 316-269-1250
Coeur d’Alene Arts Commission seeks Artists for “ArtCurrents” – ID
Deadline: April 16, 12. The City of Coeur d’Alene Arts Commission is seeking artists to participate in its new “ArtCurrents” program. Artists submit applications for placement of their sculptures around CdA’s downtown for a period of one (1) year. The displayed works will also be offered for sale, with the City of Coeur d’Alene receiving a 25% commission from the sale. Up to fifteen (15) art pieces will be selected and the artist or artist team will be awarded a $500.00 stipend to cover the cost of shipping. The selected artwork will be displayed along Sherman Avenue, Lakeside Avenue, and City Park. Public art can be a change agent for the community. It creates and enhances neighborhood and community identity. It enhances the visual landscape and character of the city. It turns ordinary spaces into community landmarks and promotes community dialogue and, most importantly, it’s accessible to everyone. Information packets are available at City Hall, 710 E. Mullan Avenue, or online at www.cdaid.org. Installation of the artwork will begin the week of June 4th. Artists who are interested in participating are encouraged to contact Steve Anthony, Arts Commission Liaison, at 769-2249. The project is open to all artists. Submission requirements are listed on the Call to Artists at the following link:www.cdaid.org/mod/userpage/images/ArtCurrents2012.pdf.
4th Annual International Juried Exhibition: The A.D. Gallery, UNC Pembroke – NC
Deadline: January 10, 12. The A.D. Gallery’s 4th Annual International Juried Exhibition, “Ver(kitsch)en: verb, to make cheap.” An Exhibition of Contemporary Kitsch Art. Exhibition Dates: Friday, February 10- Friday, March 9, 2012. Submissions for this exhibition should reflect work that fits the theme of kitsch with a contemporary twist. Works in this show will examine the parameters of what is considered acceptable vs. clichéd and good vs. bad taste. What is taste and does it have relevance? Who dictates good or bad taste? Artists should consider the varied aspects and applications of kitsch, from established and traditional, to more alternative approaches. Artists are invited to submit work in two-dimensional, three-dimensional, installation and digital media including video based media. For prospectus please visit: http://www.uncp.edu/a.d.gallery/news/4th%20Annual%20Juried%20Exhibition%20Prospectus.pdf. For inquiries please contact gallery director, Carla Rokes: email@example.com. Website: http://www.uncp.edu/a.d.gallery/news/
Call For Entries – NY
Deadline: March 23, 12. Smithtown Township Arts Council seeks entries for its 32nd Annual Juried Photography Exhibition: The Hand-Made Photograph at the Mills Pond House Gallery, May 5-June 1, 2012. Juror: Christopher James. National call. Prospectus at www.stacarts.org/exhibits or email firstname.lastname@example.org. 660 Route 25A, St. James, NY 11780. (631) 862-6575. $45/3 entries. Cash Prize.
“What Can’t Be Cured Must Be Endured” – Rutgers University – Paul Robeson Galleries – NJ
Deadline: January 15, 12. Since the time of the ancient Egyptians, the history of western art has been littered with depictions of medicine and healing — a topic which continues to inspire artists to this day. This exhibition explores the artistic representation of the frailty of the human form, when all is not well and how people have coped. Traditional Western discourses generally focus on the detection of damage or illness in the body, the diagnosis, and the application of relevant treatments, hopefully cures and recovery. Other approaches may explore ideas of ritualistic or spiritual responses to the notion of illness, remedies outside the mainstream, and interventions to prevent illness. Artists whose work explores ideas about medicine and healing are encouraged to submit proposals for an exhibition that encompasses a broad array of responses to these themes. Exhibition will be on display October 2012 – January 2013. How to submit: http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/artgallery/opportunities/index.html
Centennial Juried Exhibition Call for Entries: The Delaware Art Museum – DE
Deadline: March 18, 12. The Delaware Art Museum is holding a Centennial Juried Exhibition, on view from October 20, 2012 through January 13, 2013, to commemorate its 100 year anniversary. The Centennial Juried Exhibition is open to artists age 18 and over currently residing either within the State of Delaware of within 100 miles of the Museum. Artists are invited to submit up to three works of art created within the last ten years, and the exhibition will be guest-juried by John B. Ravenal, the Sydney and Frances Lewis Family Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Visit delart.org after January 1, 2012 and click on the Centennial Juried Exhibition logo on the homepage for complete submission instructions and a link to the online application. Applications must be received electronically no later than March 18, 2012. Selections will be announced May 1, 2012. For further information, email JURIED@delart.org.
Open Call – Public Art at the BCA: Occupy 539 – MA
Deadline: February 6, 12. Temporary Art on the Plaza 2012. Download the full PDF application here: http://db.tt/8KdNhp5q. The Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) is pleased to announce a call for applications for Occupy 539, a unique platform for artists to engage with audience through public art projects that explore ways in which people congregate, occupy and linger in public spaces. Artists are invited to submit proposals for a temporary public art project that will be exhibited on the Plaza of the BCA campus for July through September, 2012. Artists from New England (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut) are invited to apply for a $2,000 honorarium to develop, produce and install the public artwork. Artists are asked to craft their budget to take shipping, construction and additional support for installation into consideration. 617.426.5000; email@example.com; bcaonline.org
Call for Digital Artists & Photographers: “True Colors” – CA
Deadline: January 15, 12. DIGITAL ARTS: CALIFORNIA invites digital artists and photographers worldwide to submit works for “True Colors,” a juried digital-arts exhibit that will be held both online AND in a physical gallery in Los Angeles, San Diego, or another California art center. Works selected by our expert jurors as finalists will be showcased in solo, online galleries, each devoted to only one artist or photographer. These galleries will remain online for seven months. Top award-winners will also appear in a physical-gallery show. We use the broadest definition of “digital art”: any work whose creation or presentation involves a digital process that enhances the work, for example, digital paintings, photomanipulation, fractals, vector art, “glitch” work, and generative art. To be notified of future exhibits, please send “like” our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Digital-Arts-California/242088355826828. Call for entry: www.DigitalArtsCalifornia.com
Art Below: ‘Pop Up’ Billboard Exhibit – LA
Deadline: January 9, 12. Art Below are now open for submissions for their first ever ‘Pop Up’ Billboard Exhibition in the USA. Art Below ‘Pop Up’ is taking place in New Orleans for the month of February and has been planned to coincide with the legendary Mardi Gras which every year brings thousands of fun-loving visitors to the city to join in the celebrations. As an exhibitor you will be allocated with your own billboard to display your selected artwork for 4 weeks starting January 31, 2012. Running alongside the billboard display you will also be invited to exhibit your selected artwork as part of the Art Below ‘Pop Up’ Group Show for the month of February at Gallery Orange located in the world famous French Quarter. There will be 2 private view events at Gallery Orange on February 4th and 18th. Qualifications: Visual Artists with high resolution images. How to Apply: To receive further information and to apply please follow this link: http://www.artbelow.org.uk/ab/Registration.action. Web Site: artbelow.org.uk
MIRROR IMAGES – 2012 Kreft Juried Exhibition – MI
Deadline: January 20, 12. Concordia University Ann Arbor. MIRROR IMAGES, the 2012 Kreft Juried Exhibition, will display the very best in the visual arts that illustrate the reflective nature of the visual arts in the literal, intellectual and metaphorical sense of that word. Prints, drawings, paintings, photographs, digital images, sculpture, etc. are eligible. Website: http://www.cuaa.edu/Kreft-Arts/gallery-exhibitions/MIRROR-IMAGES-2012
FLUX 2012 – GA
Deadline: February 29, 12. Flux Projects is now accepting submissions for FLUX 2012. This one-night public art celebration fills the streets and empty spaces of the Castleberry Hill Arts District in Atlanta with large and small-scale projections, performances, dance, music, light and sound installations, and other forms of multimedia works and public interactions. Any artist, artist team, creative collaborative, or curator may submit projects for consideration. Deadline for Submission: February 29, 2012. Notification: April 30, 2012. Event: Saturday, October 6, 2012, 8:00 pm until midnight. Budget: up to $30,000. Website: http://www.fluxprojects.org
“There is no place like home” – Rutgers – Paul Robeson Galleries – NJ
Deadline: March 26, 12. The home is not only the place where the heart is, but also a site for politics and the imagination. Every day we hear incessant news about foreclosures, vacancies, homelessness, tumbling property values, and the subsequent disruptions in people’s lives, and communities. At the same time the media generates programs celebrating real estate shenanigans, and the most extreme of home renovations. This exhibition will include the work of contemporary artists who use the idea of ‘home’ as a source of inspiration. It may be that they look at the physical and psychological notions of home (or neighborhoods) or specific rooms within the home. Or ideas about US utopian suburbia or homes in other countries, dolls houses or haunted houses, and the where/what of the many places that various people call home. Exhibition will be on display January – March, 2013. How to submit a proposal: http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/artgallery/opportunities/index.html
2012 Artists in Residence Program at I-Park – CT
Deadline: January 30, 12. I-Park announces its twelfth season hosting its multi-disciplinary residency program. Self-directed artists’ residencies will be offered from May through November 2012. Most sessions are four weeks in duration and are offered to those working in the Visual Arts, Music Composition, Creative Writing, Moving Image and Landscape/Garden Design. Except for the $30 application fee, the residency is offered at no cost to accepted artists and includes comfortable private living quarters, a private studio and meal program. International applicants are welcome. To defray the cost of travel, four $750 grants will be awarded in 2012 to international artists. For details and to apply, visit http://www.i-park.org/residency.html or contact the office: firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-873-2468.
2012 FSP Digital Stone Project Fellowship – MN
Deadline: January 28, 12. Franconia Sculpture Park and Digital Stone Project (DSP), Mercerville, NJ, are collaborating and partnering to launch a new opportunity for artists working in stone. The new FSP/DSP Open Studio Fellowship program offers the opportunity to start a work in stone at the Digital Stone Project’s facility and then bring the work to Franconia for completion and exhibition in our public outdoor setting. Up to two artists each year will be awarded the FSP/DSP Fellowship, which includes advanced stone carving services at DSP and $4,000 of funding support for travel, transportation of artwork, and an honorarium. Digital Stone Project will provide the following services to the FSP/DSP Fellow: 400 Machine Hours. 80 Hours of Technical Assistance. 60 Hours of Shop Assistance. Stone from the DSP Stock. Artists are in residence at Franconia during the completion and installation of artwork. Residencies start as early as April 1, 2012 and may last from 1 week to 3 months depending on the nature of the project. Installation for 2012 Fellowship projects must be complete by September 15, 2012. Please visit our website http://franconia.org/callforart.html#stone for more information and instructions on how to apply. Web Site: www.franconia.org
Graduate Arts Award: Jack Kent Cooke Foundation – VA
Deadline: February 9, 12. The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Arts Award recognizes and rewards America’s promising up-and-coming artists from lower-income backgrounds with the nation’s leading graduate scholarships in the visual arts, performing arts, and creative writing. The Graduate Arts Award enables students or recent alumni with exceptional artistic or creative promise and significant financial need to pursue up to three years of study at an accredited graduate institution in the US or abroad. Awards can be as much as $50,000 annually. In 2012, the Foundation will select up to 15 recipients for this award. The award provides funding for tuition, room and board, required fees, and books. Scholarship amounts vary based on several factors, including cost at the institution each recipient attends and other grants and scholarships the student receives. Students interested in the program must be nominated by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Faculty Representative at their school, and may not apply directly to the Foundation. Each college or university may nominate two students to be considered for this award. Selection criteria: A review panel of distinguished artists, arts faculty, and university administrators select Scholars using criteria including artistic or creative merit, academic achievement, financial need, will to succeed, and a breadth of interest and activities. The online application is available now and the deadline for submission is February 9, 2012. For more information please visit the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation website: http://http://www.jkcf.org/scholarships/graduate-scholarships/graduate-arts-award/eligibility-selection/
chaNorth artist residency call for applications – NY
Deadline:April 28, 12. chaNorth Artist Residency is now accepting applications for winter and summer residents. Located on a 5-acre estate in Pine Plains, New York, chaNorth artist residency combines live-in studios with private workspaces, shared gallery areas, a communal kitchen and a serene setting. With backgrounds in a wide-range of mediums, six artists and writers live and create during their one-month session, and present work in an Open Studios event at the end of their residency. The communal kitchen is stocked with fresh, local organic produce and whole grains and cooperatively prepared daily meals act as the anchor of the program. Winter Residency: Flexible dates between February 19 and April 28. More information: http://chanorth.org/?page_id=90 Summer Residency: One-month sessions between May 4 and Oct 5. For more information or to apply: http://chanorth.org/?page_id=80
Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellowships – IL
Deadline: March 1, 12. The Art Institute of Chicago is pleased to announce two postdoctoral fellowships, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, for outstanding scholars who have recently earned PhDs and wish to pursue curatorial careers in art museums. These three-year Fellowships will support scholarly research related to the collections and projects of the Art Institute of Chicago and will provide curatorial training. Apply online at: https://csweb.artic.edu/recruit/applyjob.html. Please submit a cover letter summarizing your interest and experience; curriculum vitae; and a concise statement describing your area of research and its potential relationship to the museum’s collections. In addition, three letters of recommendation (submitted independently by referees) and one copy of a published paper or writing sample should be sent to: Joanne Kang, Jkang3@artic.edu. View Full Fellowships Description: http://www.artic.edu/aic/jobs/index.html
Residencies & Artist Colonies: Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts – WY
Deadline: March 15, 12. Call for Applications. Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts offers creative residencies for visual and performing artists, writers, musicians and composers of all levels, backgrounds, media and genre. Award winners recieve exclusive studio use, individual room with private bath and all meals. Residents must supply all related materials for making work and transportation to ranch or airport. Shuttle service is provided to and from Laramie Regional Airport. Two sessions each year with deadlines September 15 and March 15. For more information please visit www.brushcreekarts.org. Qualifications: Applications are open to all visual and performing artists, musicians, composers and writers 18 years of age or older. See website guidelines for more information at www.brushcreekarts.org. How to Apply: Visit www.brushcreekarts.org. We are moving to an online application for our March 15, 2012 deadline. Stay tuned!