The Inn at Honey Run is partnering with the Greater Columbus Arts Council to select up to three central Ohio artists to create outdoor installations for the Holmes County Open Air Art Museum.
Deadline: 30 Apr 2017
The Inn at Honey Run team is encouraging any artists in Franklin County and surrounding counties who are sculptors, designers, photographers, and imaginative thinkers to submit their ideas. The Open Air Art Museum is set on 56 acres of majestic landscape with lush forest and rolling hillsides on the Inn at Honey Run property. It showcases original works from local and regional artists of various backgrounds, mediums, and disciplines.
The applications will be reviewed by a panel from the Inn at Honey Run and the Arts Council. The panel will make its final selections by May 31.
Open Air Art Museum artist benefits
The Inn at Honey Run has allotted a budget of up to $30,000 for one to three artists.
In addition to financial compensation, past artists of the Open Air Art Museum have stated their time at The Inn creating installations as “life changing” due to the:
- uniqueness of being able to bring art to life among nature,
- escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life while being surrounded by art and nature, and
- opportunity to encounter diverse guests of varying backgrounds who stay at The Inn at Honey Run every day.
Additionally, the Open Air Art Museum is the region’s only one of it’s kind. It is relatively new (grand opening in September 2015). Artists participating at this stage are a part of an extremely unique venture that will grow vastly in the coming years. They will be in the company of up and coming regional artists.
About the Inn at Honey Run
The Inn at Honey Run is an independently-owned boutique resort in Northeast Ohio. It provides luxury accommodations and fine dining to diverse guests from all over the country who have traveled the world.
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The Wildling Museum of Art and Nature is pleased to announce California’s National Parks juried exhibition, Celebrating the National Parks of California, – a showcase of fine art of the nine national parks located within the state of California in celebration of the National Park Service’s Centennial Anniversary.
Deadline: 13 Mar 2016
This show will take place June 18, 2016 – October 3, 2016 at the Wildling Museum, 1511-B Mission Drive, Solvang, CA 93463 in the first floor gallery.
Cash prizes for first, second, and third place will be awarded at the opening reception to be held Friday, June 17, 2016 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.
The top three winners will be included in an exhibition at the Wildling Museum, June-October 2016. Sales opportunities of artwork with 40% commission to Wildling Museum.
The Wildling Museum of Art and Nature is the only museum dedicated to using art exhibitions and programs to inspire a conservation ethic in our community and with our visitors.
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The LaGrange Art Museum announces a call to artists for the First Lagrange Southeast Regional – a regional competition open to all artists in the southeast over 18 years of age.
Deadline: 8 Jan 2016
The categories are painting, print and drawing, ceramics and sculpture, and decorative arts and mixed media.
Entry fee is $35 for up to four works.
Purchase Awards will be made. The purchased works are added to the permanent collection of the sponsor. The Juror will present Merits Awards to limited number of works.
Known as one of Georgia’s best regional museums, the LaGrange Art Museum collects and presents contemporary art by emerging and established artists. The Museum’s permanent collection holds works by artists such as Benny Andrews, Beverly Buchanan, Howard Finster, Lamar Dodd, Mildred Thompson, and Deanna Sirlin. Housed in a former jail dating to 1892, the Museum is committed to connecting community with creativity and the role that the arts can play in our wider society. The Museum’s educational programs develop the creativity of thousands of people each year from all backgrounds and ages.
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Elsewhere, a living museum, residency, and creative laboratory set inside a former thrift store, is accepting applications from artists and researchers working across all media, fields, and disciplines for 2016 and 2017.
Deadline: 13 Feb 2016
Residents have access to the enormous collection of textiles, toys, books, consumer technologies, clothes, brik-a-brac, and general thrift for transformation. A curatorial team stewards the creative process and collection use, provides critical feedback, supports artist events, and facilitates connections with Greensboro neighbors and Elsewhere’s national artist network.
Elsewhere’s three story museum contains a vast 60 year inventory of cultural surplus and thrift, no longer for sale, and available for interpretation and transformation by its visiting artists and communities. Elsewhere encourages investigations into people and things, exploring inventories, artworks, living systems, and neighbors that model, exemplify, and invent new ways of living, working, and playing.
Elsewhere is an artist-run, non-profit living museum and artist residency in downtown Greensboro, NC. Utilizing the massive 60-year inventory, Elsewhere’s environment of art and everyday objects invokes new modes for creative response, living, doing, and exchanging in our neighborhood and across the world.
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