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Artist Opportunities: December 17, 2013

This week's banner image is of Fandance by Art League jewelry instructors Abby Goldblatt and Nick Barnes.
This week’s banner image is of Fandance by Art League jewelry instructors Abby Goldblatt and Nick Barnes.

See below for deadlines, calls for artists, residencies, and more. You can click here for past opportunities posts. Good luck!

Reimagining Rosa Parks
Deadline: January 5, 2014. The Library at Prince George’s Community College is hosting a call for entries for the exhibit Reimagining Rosa Parks, a collaborative project between the PGCC Library and The Book Bridge Project. More about this exhibit →

Teaching apprenticeships
Pyramid Atlantic Art Center seeks highly motivated teaching artist apprentices. Individuals at the beginning of their careers, who wish to enhance their teaching artistry and knowledge of the art education field, are invited to apply. The program will serve twenty-four 6–11 year-old students, twice a week at the Pembridge/Amherst Square apartment’s community center and Arcola Elementary.  This is a three hour a week commitment and a stipend is provided. More about the program (PDF) →

Ann Arbor residency
Deadline: January 15, 2014. The Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design at the University of Michigan is now accepting applications for the Roman J. Witt Artist Residency Program. The program awards one residency per academic year for a visiting artist/designer to develop a new work in collaboration with students and faculty. More about the program →

Circus-inspired art
Deadline: January 29, 2014. The Off-Rhode Studio at Art Enables is opening its walls and inviting artists in the Washington, Virginia, Maryland area to participate in “Amazing Marvels,” a show featuring work inspired by the circus, sideshows or carnivals. Off-Rhode is a gallery for self-taught and outsider artists; however, this call is open to all artists working in all mediums and preference will be given to self-taught and outsider artists. View the call for artists →

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