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In the true spirit of Dadaism, DADA Art Bar is seeking to revamp our art program by opening our walls to as many local artists as possible.
Deadline: 31 Jul 2015
By flooding them with art, we hope to allow everyone the opportunity to showcase their work in a community that fluctuates minute by minute. Beginning this summer, we expect to be adding a new artist each week.
This is a great opportunity for new and established artists to showcase their work in a growing network and build and exciting community. Artists keep 75% of the piece selling price.
There’s always something going on at DADA – music, painting, live painting with music, open mic, and of course, art. It is a positive community that sparks ideas and is constantly shifting. Located at the edge of RiNo, this is truly a unique space conducive to all art forms and limitless potential.
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BARAK, Inc. call for muralists. The theme is A Historical Perspective of Dauphin County, PA. While the mural will be located in Millersburg, PA, it is intended to honor and celebrate the seat of state government, Dauphin County.
Deadline: 26 Jun 2015
The selected artist or artist team will be paid a $5000 stipend for the execution of the mural. Artist/team must be experienced/willing to work with community youth groups to complete the project.
Through its diverse programs, Barak, Inc. engages youth in the process of creative place- making that encourages early civic engagement, community building, skills enhancement, and education through the arts.
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The Wide Open Bluegrass Art Market is an intimate showcase, designed to recognize North Carolina’s talented and enthusiastic art community and feature unique artisans from across the United States.
Deadline: 22 Jul 2015
Local artists and craftsmen, and those who sell works that will appeal to a music-loving audience are encouraged. The World of Bluegrass event will attract over 6,000 national and international traditional music performers, presenters, and fans. Last year, approximately 160,000 people attended the two-day festival.
Artsplosure is Raleigh’s nonprofit art and cultural events production studio. We are curators, collaborators and risk-takers dedicated to fulfilling our mission of bringing rich cultural experiences to the community we serve. With each of our events, we hope to inspire and entertain, inform and celebrate, create and share.
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The 2015 Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition has been invited back to Nathan Phillips Square by the City of Toronto, September 18-20, to accommodate changes in road closure policies that prevent the use of Queen’s Park Crescent, and to accommodate the logistics of the Pan Am / Parapan Am games over the summer months.
Deadline: 18 May 2015
The 2015 Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition will take place September 18-20 at Nathan Phillips Square, 10:30am – 7:30pm Friday and Saturday, 10:30am – 6:30pm Sunday.
The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition is grateful for the support of the Mayor, City Councillors, and City staff in bringing the exhibition back to Nathan Philips Square for 2015.
The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition is Toronto’s first, largest, and longest running outdoor art fair – providing fresh art, fresh faces, in the fresh air since 1961. Attracting an audience of over 100,000 people annually, and showcasing the work of over 350 artists, the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition prides itself on creating an environment which gives artists the chance to interact directly with the public in an informal setting – removing the barriers to access, and dispelling the formality of a traditional gallery or art fair experience.
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Alexandria Museum of Art – All artists over the age of 18, working in any medium are eligible. All work must be original and have been completed in the last two years (2013 or later).
Deadline: 29 May 2015
Each artist may submit two works of art with an entry fee of $35, additional works may be submitted for a fee of $20 per entry. Entries will be juried by digital entries emailed or sent on CDs or DVDs only.
AMoA proudly welcomes Pat Musick and Jerry Carr as the jurors for the 28th September Competition. Pat Musick has a Master of Arts and a Doctorate of Philosophy from Cornell University. Musick taught at the University of Houston and the University of Arkansas. Her work focuses on environmental art, using a combination of natural and man-made materials to create mixed media sculptures and works on paper. Her work can be found in over one hundred public and private collections, including Crystal Bridges Museum of Art and the Alexandria Museum of Art. She collaborates with her husband, Jerry Carr, a former astronaut and commander of the International Space Station.
Fifty works will be selected for exhibit by the jurors, and will be on display from September 4 – November 21, 2015. $2,000 in juror-designated awards will be presented at the exhibit opening in September. AMoA also produces a catalog of the September Competition each year.
The mission of the Alexandria Museum of Art is to preserve, exhibit, and promote visual art throughout Central Louisiana in a manner that contributes to the quality of life. To accomplish this, we educate, in order to advance the public’s knowledge of and appreciation for the value of art as a source of beauty, inspiration, information, and expression. The vision of the Alexandria Museum of Art is to be the premier arts center of Central Louisiana, providing quality programming, exhibitions, and events, as well as outreach programs, taking a collaborative approach to meet the educational and cultural needs of our community.
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Create an original art design on a large, crafted aluminum butterfly. Rotary Club of Colorado Springs will supply the butterfly and a stipend.
Deadline: 10 Apr 2015
Inspire the artist in all of us. Your butterfly will be on display to the public in Colorado Springs for months.
Empower students in District 11 schools. Proceeds from the butterflies will benefit D-11 Arts & Sciences programs.
Flight is a community service initiative led by The Rotary Club of Colorado Springs to raise awareness and funding to ensure that children receive essential arts programs with the educational benefits that promote brain development, social skills, improved communication and effective learning.
Participating artists will contribute to making dreams real by transforming large-scale, blank, aluminum alloy butterfly templates into original works of art. Each transformed butterfly sculpture will be displayed around the Colorado Springs community and then auctioned off this Fall, with proceeds primarily benefiting creative arts education for children and secondarily for the Rotary Club’s Community Service Fund.
Artists will be provided:
- $250 stipend for materials for large butterflies.
- $150 for small butterflies.
- Any costs incurred over these amounts should be considered a donation to Flight.
- 10% of the auction sale price for their art piece.
- Seal painted butterflies with Rotary approved automotive clear coat.
- Seal non-painted butterflies with Rotary approved sealant.
Artists will be recognized:
- During the community-wide exhibit on a plaque near their art piece;
- On printed materials,
- On the Rotary Club’s website; and
- At the celebratory auction event.
More than one design concept may be submitted. Artists who are selected will be asked to sign an Artist Agreement.
This colorful event demonstrates the creativity of regional artists and raises awareness about the critical importance of childhood participation in art – a significant stimulus for later success in other disciplines including math, science, language, literature, and critical thinking skills.
Flight provides a positive image and metaphor for children while simultaneously raising funds for their arts and science programs. As a creative artist, your participation can help promote a healthy cocoon for every child and encourage a creative metamorphosis into all each can be!
Art pieces will be placed on display in outdoor locations for public viewing and interaction during the summer. The artist’s name and title of the art piece will be displayed near each work. In addition, a photograph of each completed piece, including the artist’s concept
description, will be available on the Rotary Club’s website. A city map will identify the exhibit location of each butterfly. ”
The heart of Rotary is our clubs—dedicated people who share a passion for both community service and friendship. Rotary brings together great minds and great hearts from nearly everywhere in the world. We are neighbors, community leaders, and global citizens uniting for the common good.
We are a service project oriented group with clubs all over the world. Collectively, we have 1.2 million members who volunteer and financially support our local service projects and global impacts. Our differing occupations, cultures, and countries give us a unique perspective. Our shared passion for service helps us accomplish the remarkable.
Our impact starts with our members—people who work tirelessly with their clubs to solve some of our communities’ toughest challenges. Their efforts are supported by Rotary International, our member association, and The Rotary Foundation, which turns generous donations into grants that fund the work of our members and partners around the world. Rotary is led by our members—responsible leaders who help to carry forward our organization’s mission and values in their elected roles.
We have identified specific causes to target to maximize our local and global impact. At the same time, we understand that each community has its own unique needs and concerns. Through our network of resources and partners, we help clubs focus their service efforts in promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, supporting education, and growing local economies.
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Art on the Trail 2, a summer installation, combine nature and art to create a site-specific sculpture influenced by the natural setting of Robert E. Lee Park in Baltimore.
Deadline: 17 Apr 2015
Centered on Lake Roland in the Jones Falls valley, Robert E. Lee Park encompasses almost 500 acres of diverse ecosystems.
This is a rare opportunity for artists to showcase their art to the thousands of visitors that enjoy Robert E. Lee Park year round. All art exhibitions along the parks trails will be clearly marked with the name of the artist and a description of their work. Art on the Trail and related programs will be advertised to the public through the parks website, Facebook page, summer program calendar, community posted fliers, and other sources of print media for maximum exposure to this event.
The purpose of Robert E. Lee Park’s Art on the Trail program is to provide artistic and educational opportunities for artists that will foster pleasure and appreciation in park visitors for the purpose of generations support for the protection and preservation of our natural resources.
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Art Partners Studio (APS) is a non-profit arts organization located in Coatesville, Chester County, PA. The Studio seeks artists for its 2015-2016 programs.
Seeking artists with experience in the following areas:
- Art education: Multidisciplinary arts for ages 6-8 and 9-12, mixed media for teens and adults
- Public art activities and projects, social engagement
- Digital imaging, photography, video, animation
- Exhibition preparation
- Arts administration
- Art therapy/instruction
Artists will benefit from opportunities for employment including part-time teaching artist positions, part-time administrator position (Program Administrator), volunteer and service opportunities in a dynamic and diverse community that needs art.
Art Partners Studio (APS) is 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization in the city of Coatesville, Chester County, PA. The Studio provides the only year-round visual arts program to the residents of the greater Coatesville area, and its mission is to work towards a future where everyone in the region has access to high quality arts education programs and opportunities to actively participate in artistic experiences that enrich their lives and the life of their community.
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