Deadline December 7: RAIR offers the opportunity for artists to interface with a fully operating recycling center. Our artist studio exists only because of our cooperative relationship with the recycling center, and because of that relationship, all residents are on location as a guest. Artists are expected to be compliant and understanding of all center operations at all times.
Any artist applying to RAIR is strongly encouraged to have completed a tour of the facilities at RAIR and the recycling center before submitting an application. The environment that we offer is unique; it is often dusty and pretty rough and rugged. Because RAIR exists in a very busy operational facility, unsolicited visits and tours are not allowed. Tours will be held on every other Saturday of each month in September, October, and November. Please visit RAIR’s website to sign up for a tour: http://rairphilly.org/tour-schedule/. If you can not make it to one of our scheduled tours, please email us to set up an appointment: email@example.com
There are 2 residency programs for application, THE STANDARD RESIDENCY and THE BIGGIE SHORTIE. Residents of both programs are given access to Revolution Recovery’s waste stream. RAIR’s staff works closely with all residents, both while picking in the yard and in the studio.
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Listing Expires: 12/08/2014
Deadline November 14: The Maryland Transit Administration’s (MTA) General Engineering Consultant Team (GEC) seeks artists to create enhancements for the future Purple Line light rail project. The Purple Line, expected to be operational in 2020, will connect Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties in Maryland.
Artists are being asked to submit applications by Friday, November 14, 2014, to be considered for future opportunities along the Purple Line.
This Call to Artists is open to all professional artists, preferably with public art experience.
Approximately 21 locations have been identified as Art-In-Transit opportunities, including fences, railings, ground planes, feature walls, retaining walls, bridges, tunnel portals, wayfinding pylons, and surfaces of station canopies and windscreens.
The Procurement phase of artist selection is expected to begin in 2015, with a competitive interview or proposal process for each opportunity. Artists who are invited to submit proposals will be offered a stipend commensurate with the scope of the project and the proposal requirements.
Artists will be asked to work with the communities along the corridor to create artwork that highlights the cultural vitality of the region, and reflects the artistic, cultural and/or historical interests of the surrounding communities.
For more details about the Maryland Purple Line Art-In-Transit Call to Artists please visit:
Purple Line Art-In-Transit Page
To apply visit:
CaFE Purple Line Submission Page
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Listing Expires: 11/15/2014
Deadline October 24: The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program is calling for artists to participate in a brand new program, Time Exchange. Time Exchange aims to create a novel residency structure in which for every hour artists spend working in their studio on their own projects, they will in turn provide an hour of volunteer effort and service back to the community.
The program will consist of residencies lasting from one to three months, in newly-renovated storefront space at 4017 Lancaster Avenue, at the intersection of a diverse array of communities in West Philadelphia, and will provide artists with free studio space, a monthly stipend, and basic tools and supplies. In exchange, artists will provide skill and time-based resources for the surrounding communities, working on civic projects identified by residents and community-based organizations. Time Exchange offers an unparalleled opportunity for artists to explore the complex and necessary, if uncharted, role that responsible and accountable creative practice can play in a challenged and changing neighborhood.
The deadline to apply for one of the artist residencies is Friday, October 24, 2014. More information and a downloadable application can be found at www.neighborhoodtime.exchange.
Time Exchange, an initiative that will explore how embedded artistic practice can be a platform for social change, was conceived by the founders of Broken City Lab, who will be curating the residency in collaboration with the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, the People’s Emergency Center, and the City of Philadelphia Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy (OACCE).
Time Exchange invites artists to engage their personal, autonomous artistic practice within the space of a studio, while also providing a platform for contributing to projects that directly and positively impact the surrounding community. In exchange for free studio space and the monthly stipend, artists will provide skill and time-based resources for the surrounding communities, working on civic projects suggested by residents and community-based organizations. Artists will also take part in open houses, exhibitions and similar events that will create connections with the community.
Time Exchange will select a cohort of 12 artists for the residency. Six of these resident artist slots are reserved for local artists residing in Philadelphia, with an emphasis on the neighborhoods centered around Lancaster Avenue, including Mantua, Belmont, West Powelton, Saunders Park, and Mill Creek – a stipulation responsive to the significant population of artists living in PEC’s target area.
The project sponsors – Broken City Lab, Mural Arts Program, People’s Emergency Center, and the OACCE – will offer curatorial and organizational support, as well as introductions to and opportunities for connection with neighborhood and community leaders.
This project would not have been possible without the help of its sponsors: National Endowment for the Arts, Surdna Foundation, Kresge Foundation, City of Philadelphia, Bank of America, and Local Initiatives Support Corporation.
Listing Expires: 10/25/2014
Deadline December 15: From Ferguson to Gaza, we can see the way that militarism has a direct impact on the lives of all of us.
Militarism refers to physically violent and coercive ways of settling conflict or maintaining control what we see in the everyday actions of armed security forces such as the military, militia, police, border enforcement, and school security.
But do militarist policy decisions actually keep our communities safe and secure? What if we instead invested in the things that help communities, countries, and the globe thrive?
Help us change the way people think about safety and security—and about the tools that should be used to achieve them.
Create a poster-
We need graphic artists, printmakers, street artists, comic artists, and other print-based visual artists who are interested in creating unique posters for a traveling exhibit.
Submissions should explore:
* Militarism’s negative effects on your community, your country, or the globe
* Ideas for active resistance to militarism
* Alternative approaches, new projects, or manifestos that seek to achieve lasting peace and justice
Each submission must include:
* Digital image of poster of sized 8.5” x 11” or 22” x 28” (300-600 ppi; TIFF or best resolution JPG; maximum 50MB)
* A 250-word artist’s statement
* A bio, maximum of 250 words
Artists may submit more than one work.
Terms and conditions-
Jurors will select an initial set of work to be the core of a nationally traveling exhibit.
AFSC will print and professionally display the chosen work in our traveling exhibit.
AFSC will display the chosen work on our website and make it available for free digital download to the public.
The exhibit website will identify each poster by artist, title of piece, short description, and your website if you so choose.
By participating in this project, artists are donating their work to AFSC to use in the traveling exhibit, in digital replicas of the work available for download for free, in informational brochures, and on the web. Work will be fully credited to the artists, with contact information included.
Selected artists will receive a $50 honorarium and a print copy of the catalog of the traveling exhibit.
At each location of the tour, events and discussions will be held, and teaching artists will work with youth to create more posters for the project.
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Listing Expires: 12/16/2014
Deadline November 15: A Drawing & Painting Residency in Tropical Costa Rica: 2/20/15-3/8/15
Hosted by Impresas Visionarios with support from Onward Travel
The Broma Sole Artist Residency is an unequaled all-inclusive drawing & painting experience in Costa Rica. Classes and studio time will be dedicated to having a tropical twist on classical painting exercises. Do plein air painting in lush tropical gardens, stunning cloud forest views, and picturesque Caribbean beaches. Gather gorgeous exotic fruits, vegetables and flowers into still life arrangements, and paint live models against a backdrop of bamboo and palms. Broma Sole is an artsy Colonial Style home overlooking farmland, river, and mountains. Located in the village of San Rafael de Alajuela in the Central Valley of Costa Rica near San Jose, this will be the space for our studio, meals, and festivities and serve as the springboard for outings. You will be served fresh healthy local Latin American food three meals daily so all of your energy can be dedicated to the creation of art. Choose between full immersion stay with local host families or stay at Broma Sole.
More info and how to apply:
Listing Expires: 11/16/2014
Deadline November 15: The Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts, Bethlehem, PA is presently seeking a mosaic artist to collaborate with the art faculty and lead a group of students in the process, creation, and application of mosaic mural panels to be installed on the school’s new building in South Bethlehem. Candidate must have a portfolio representative of experience producing mosaic work for public spaces. Ideal candidate has teaching experience and holds BFA and/or MFA in an art related field. Interested applicants may submit a cover letter, resume, portfolio, and references to LReinhard@charterarts.org by November 15, 2014.
Listing Expires: 11/16/2014
Ongoing : The Center For Emerging Visual Artists is currently accepting applications to join our Regional Community Arts Program (RCAP) Artist Registry. Artists in the registry will be eligible to participate in The Center’s Community Exhibition Program, which includes exhibitions in public spaces such as hospitals, schools, parks, and more. Requirements: Must be interested in exhibiting in public spaces; Must live within 90 miles of Philadelphia; Cannot have a contractual relationship with a commercial gallery; Works submitted must be available and ready to hang/install. Please send up to 20 slides or digital images, a slide list (name, title, dimensions, medium, and price), and a resume. Genevieve Coutroubis, The Center For Emerging Visual Artists, Community Exhibitions, 237 South 18th Street, 3A, Philadelphia, PA 19103. Phone: 215.546.7775 x11. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ongoing : P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, in Long Island City, NY, offers hands-on unpaid internships for college students, high school students, and community members in all of its departments, providing the opportunity to learn about the operations of a nonprofit art museum and to work alongside some of the world’s most exciting contemporary artists and curators. Internships are available in the following areas: 1) Programming and Production, 2) DAP/ Publisher Sales Assistant. Interns are expected to do a substantial amount of administrative work at the same time as taking on more critical responsibilities for the museum’s operation. Interns must work a minimum of two full days per week/seven hours per day; must be able to work a full trimester. Requirements for all internships at P.S.1 are the following: a strong command of spoken English and excellent phone skills; strong writing skills; competent word processing skills on IBM; and the ability to work creatively and flexibly on many levels at once. Detailed job descriptions for each internship position are available upon request. To apply, e-mail a cover letter and resume to the attention of Josh Altman, Program Coordinator, at josh@ps1. Click here for more information.
Ongoing : SOHO20 Chelsea Gallery is offering a 2 year Fellowship Membership. SOHO20 was founded in 1973 as a nonprofit, artist-run organization by twenty women devoted to increasing public awareness of the excellence and diversity of women’s art. It is one of the oldest organizations created to address the under representation of work by women in museums and galleries. An artist who is accepted for a Fellowship will be given a two year membership free of dues during which time the artist has all the privileges and obligations of membership, the services of the director, a one person show in Gallery l and is included in any group shows etc. She would be responsible for promotion of her show (announcements, mailing, reception, and advertising above the free listings that they provide). Go to www.soho20gallery.com for an application.
No deadline: Tenth Street Laundromat in South Philadelphia that doubles as art gallery seeks local artists interested in displaying work in the space for two months. Will pay artist $100 for the service. Contact Lisa Budnick at email@example.com for more info.
Deadline November 30: In celebration of the David Lynch exhibition, PAFA hosts a short-film competition. Between October 1 and November 30, 2014, filmmakers may submit films 5-minutes or less to PAFA. Juried by David Lynch and his studio, the top 5 films selected will air during an exclusive screening on January 8, 2015. Films submitted are encouraged to be inspired by art, PAFA’s David Lynch exhibition, and the city of Philadelphia — a city that Lynch has said to be both fantastic and terrifying.
For submission guidelines, contact Lindsey Nevin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-391-4806.
Listing Expires: 12/01/2014
No deadline: Amphora Gallery, an upcoming new gallery space in the Crane Arts Building, is looking for gallery members. Memberships include full as well as Associate members.
Full membership entitles artists to have their own solo show, participate in an annual members exhibition and group shows, apply for juried shows, enter the annual fundraiser show, and have a chance to guest curate shows. Full members are required to pay monthly fees, appear at First Thursday events, and attend meetings, if required. Associate level memberships are also available, which have the same perks as a full membership, excluding the solo show.
So what’s in it for you?
You will be able to show your work at the Crane Arts Building, on the first floor. The gallery is off to the side of the main entrance, and near the Ice Box Gallery and the PPAC. You will also have your own page on the website, which will give a short excerpt about you and your work, as well as images of your artwork. The gallery will also participate in First Thursdays at Crane Arts every month.
There will be themed and un-themed group shows throughout the year, annual fundraiser show, as well as juried shows. Shows will change on a monthly basis, constantly giving you the opportunity to show off newer work.
The gallery will also have a filing system at the gallery where you can store smaller works of art that people can see at all times.
Fees starting as low as $25 for associate members and $50 for full membership.
For more information contact the team at email@example.com
No deadline: Large and light-filled artist studio space for rent in Philly:
• 1058 sq feet
• 18 foot high ceiling
• Top floor
• Many large windows
• City views
• Passenger and freight elevators
• In Port Richmond area, 5 minute drive, 10 minute bike from Fishtown
Sorry no noisy machinery or bands. No living.
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No deadline: The Alumni Council at UArts has been in the process of developing a Blog as a way for alumni to share with each other their experiences and to offer advice to students and recent graduates, with the intention to help to make their transitions from student life to professional life less daunting. To date, we only have a small handful of posts and the success of this project is dependent upon active participation from our fellow alums. We are hoping to get a bunch of posts lined up for a launch of the blog in September. If you are willing to write a post, let me know and then send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, if you know of any other alums who might be interested, please feel free to pass this information along to them! Possible Alumni Blog Topics
- Personal career path, importance of continued professional development
- Pursuing a career in a field related to the field of study with additional education
- Pursuing a career in a field unrelated to the field of study
- Different definitions of “success”
- Survival skills for freelance arts professionals
- Different employment strategies for arts professionals (full-time, multiple part-time, full/part time + freelance, freelance/entrepreneurial ventures)
- Learning from mistakes and “failures”
- Networking (how the work you do and the relationships you make today can help you down the road)
- The importance of personal financial management in your career pursuit
- How to be an arts professional and have a life (time management, working strategies) and how to start thinking that way as a student
- Creating an online presence for yourself (how web site, LinkedIn and other social media can work together to produce results)
ongoing : Twenty-Two Gallery in Philadelphia is now accepting applications and reviewing artwork for inclusion in its limited Artist Membership Gallery. A $100 per month member fee and 15% commission will apply. Artists must gallery sit one day per month. For more info and a prospectus, visit www.twenty-twogallery.com and click on the “Member Inquiries” page or contact Twenty-Two Gallery, 236 S. 22nd St., Phila. PA 19103; 215-772-1911; email@example.com Click here for more information.
Ongoing: PHAIR is are seeking artists, designers, crafters, food artisans, and all things handmade to vend with us in 2014. PHAIR opens April 5th and is open Saturdays* from 10am to 5pm through November 22nd.
Click here for more information and to apply.
Listing Expires: 11/23/2014
No deadline: 3rd Street Gallery, an artist-run cooperative in Old City, Philadelphia, accepts submissions for full and associate level membership on a rolling basis.
Full Membership entitles artists to have their own individual show, exhibit in annual group shows, participate in outside shows, and have an artist’s page on the gallery’s website. Full Members are required to pay monthly dues, gallery sit, attend monthly meetings, help host First Friday openings throughout the year, and to serve on two committees.
Associate Membership entitles artists to exhibit work in an annual Associate’s Show, exhibit in annual group shows, participate in outside shows, and have a listing and an image on the gallery’s website. Associate Members are required to pay monthly dues. Associate Members may attend monthly meetings, gallery sit, or be a part of a committee, all of which are optional. Click here for more information.
Ongoing: Currently home to an architecture and conservation firm, this 10,000 sq ft. early 20th century stable was renovated in 2007 and received the 2009 Preservation Alliance award for adaptive re-use/restoration.Its 3 floors of workspace feature HVAC through-out, 400 amp, 3 phrase electric, a security system, and a fob entry system.Would be perfect for one large company, or 3 to 4 tenants.
The 4,000 sq ft. first floor features 4 subdivisions perfect for specialized shops or offices, a 2,000 sq ft. open work space, and has convenient garage doors at either end of the building.
The second and third floors are 4,000 sq ft. and 2,000 sq. ft. respectively and still feature the stalls of the original stable structure, which make for ideal office cubicles and conference spaces.
Adjacent to the thriving Crane Arts Building and community, the free standing building has up to 5 reserved and secure parking spaces available in a picturesque green space. It is close to the arts and commerce of Northern Liberties, Fishtown, Old City and lies in the heart of ever growing South Kensington. Easy access to 95 and Center City as well as public transportation. Click here for more information.
No deadline: The Clay Studio’s Associate Program is a communal studio supported in part by forty individuals on a non-juried basis. By making low cost studio space available to individuals in a major metropolitan city, the program serves an important need within the community. The program promotes the artistic, technical and skill development of these individuals, providing a unique learning community. The communal nature of the program provides an environment that accommodates artists at many levels of commitment and accomplishment, in which all benefit from a diversity of experience and expertise. Many Associates are serious Clay Studio students who have committed themselves to expanding their skills and developing their own artistic voices, while others are professional artists who hold Bachelor and Master Degrees in Fine Arts and are in need of affordable studio space. If you are interested in becoming an associate or have more questions, please contact Director of Education and Operations Jennifer Martin via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 215-925-3453 x16.
Ongoing: TurningArt provides a new way for would-be patrons across the country to discover and purchase your artwork. For a monthly fee, TurningArt customers may try an unlimited number of prints of original artwork, three at a time, in their homes—artwork from talented artists just like you. As a TurningArt Artist, you receive royalties on these in-home trials and engage prospective patrons with your artwork in a way that is sure to increase the likelihood they’ll fall in love with it. Click here for more information.
No deadline: ARTsisters, a group of professional women artists who empower each other and the community through their art, are accepting applications for membership.
Criteria for Membership:
•Quality of body of work
•Commitment to art
•Working artist – producing new art
•Email user, internet presence (website preferred), computer savvy
•Commitment to community outreach
•Responsive to communication by email in a timely fashion
•Group commitment – attending monthly meetings, participating on committees
Interested artists will submit the following items for committee review:
•Internet address to view images of your artwork (Please note: Images will be reviewed by committee on-line only. Please do not send digital images with your application.)
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No deadline: Is your startup looking for space in a collaborative environment where you can seek inspiration from your peers,
share ideas with like-minded entrepreneurs and get advice from seasoned professionals? Look no further than the
Innovation Center @3401.
The Innovation Center @3401 (ic@3401) is a place to hone your ideas, sharpen your skills and grow your company. With flexible workspace, shared amenities and a collaborative spirit, ic@3401 provides a unique, energizing and supportive environment for your startup in the heart of Philadelphia’s Innovation Neighborhood.
Join a community with the creative minds of academia and industry and tap into the resources of Drexel University and the Science Center.
University City has a history of innovation, join ic@3401 to shape its future!
Starting at $300/month, you have 24/7 access to a workspace, conference rooms, wi-fi and a community of support.
Kitchen and coffee facilities
Shared printer, copier, mail services, internet
Shared conference rooms
Networking and educational programming
Access to Science Center and Drexel programs such as Quorum and the ExCITe Center.
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Ongoing: Vintage factory renovated into eclectic, artsy space. Perfect for an artist studio or office. Each studio is unique and varies in size . Facility hosts many events and offers opportunity for in house artists to show works. Private secure parking, free wi-fi, convenient location. A UNIQUE SPACE THAT WILL ENHANCE YOUR CREATIVE SPIRIT! Click here for more information, or call 610-236-0680 or email
Ongoing: MUSE GALLERY, an artist cooperative in Old City and in its 34th year, is accepting applicants. MUSE provides an alternative to the commercial venue and its commissions. We promote progressive, non-censored, expression by professional artists in all media, photographers and sculptors, mixed media artists, as well as others are encouraged to apply. MUSE is part of First Fridays. A monthly fee and attendance to meetings are required. Contact Nancy E. F. Halbert, email@example.com or click here for an application. posted: 1-04-12
Ongoing: The Office of Arts, Culture, and the Creative Economy has announced a call for artists for their artist registry, which will maintain a record of their work with the Philadelphia Public Art program. Eligibility: Open to all professional artists. Some opportunities will be limited to the Greater Philadelphia region. Artists whose work is concerned with environmental sustainability are strongly encouraged to apply. Click here for more information.
Ongoing: The Acme Studios International Residencies Programme is now accepting applications from artists for its Associate Artist Residency program. Eligibility: Artists must have five years professional experience, strong English language skills, and the confidence to hold discussions with arts industry professionals. Not open to undergraduate students. AAR Fees and Accommodation: One-month program £1,900; Two-month program £4,200; Three-month program £5,700. For application forms and information, click here.
Ongoing: A BIG ART SHOW is an art party where you get space to show your work in an unpretentious environment. It is one night, you set up and break down the day of. No judging, no applications, just tell us you’re coming and as long as we have space, we give you space. We need BANDS! Contact us if you know a band who might want to play a BIG ART SHOW or any Pterodactyl event! – The band picking is a little less all inclusive because we only have 3 or 4 spots a show. A few things for artists: You can sell your work if you want, but you don’t have to, and in fact you’ll probably have more fun if you don’t. This is an art show, not a flea market, you must have made the things you’re showing. You can sell your original artwork, bring prints of your work and anything hand made is fine, just use your judgement and err on the side of arty. We have nothing to do with you selling your work. We do not act as your art dealers or brokers. It’s free for you to be in the show, but if you sell something and want to donate Pterodactyl a few bucks nobody’s going to turn you down. We are not responsible in any way for lost, stolen or damaged artwork. We just supply the space and the fun. By being in this show you agree that we are not responsible for damages/loss/etc. You’ll get about 6 horizontal feet of space to show work (make the best of it!). Want in? Great! e-mail us: BIGARTSHOW@pterodactylphiladelphia.org. Please include your: name / e-mail addy / phone number / and a link to your work (for the website and for logistics of where we put you in the room) AND WHICH DATE YOU WANT TO BE IN! Click here for more information.
Ongoing : ArtGrease is a public access cable show co-produced by Squeaky Wheel & Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, appearing Saturdays at 8 pm in Buffalo on Channel 20 and Mondays at 11 pm in the suburbs on Channel 20. Become part of current media-making history and submit your media work to be shown on TV, on this legendary public access cable show. Commercial free, 100% media art TV. Provide a mini-dv or DVD of your work, with a running time of 28 min. or less (NTSC only). Your submission will not be returned, but will become part of our Media Library. ArtGrease is open to local and international artists. Submit works to: Squeaky Wheel, 712 Main Street., Buffalo, NY 14202 (ATTN: ArtGrease). posted: 10-11-10
Ongoing : The City of New York Department of Cultural Affairs Percent for Art Program provides an important venue for all New Yorkers and visitors to appreciate artwork outside the traditional museum or gallery setting. Percent for Art projects are site-specific and engage a variety of media: painting, mosaic, glass, textiles, sculpture, and works that are integrated into infrastructure, or architecture. The Percent for Art artist slide registry is an important component of the Program that allows artists to participate by maintaining a record of their work. The registry is consulted by the architects, panelists, and City agencies for each project. The Percent for Art slide registry is open to any professional visual artist; there is no residency requirement for a Percent for Art Commission. Artists who are interested in submitting their work for the registry may print out the application at this web address: http://home2.nyc.gov/html/dcla/html/panyc/form.shtml. posted: 12-02-09
Ongoing : The Drawing Center has announced the reorganization of its Viewing Program, which offers an opportunity for emerging artists to present their drawings to the curatorial staff for review, as well as for possible inclusion in the Slide Registry and a Selections exhibition or Drawing Room project. The Viewing Program offers emerging artists valuable opportunities to engage in a critical discussion of their work through one-on-one meetings with the Viewing Program Curator at The Drawing Center and to have images of their work placed on file in the Artist Registry. The Artist Registry is used by The Drawing Center’s curatorial staff and is open to other arts professionals (including curators, gallerists, and scholars). Approximately three times per year The Drawing Center presents group shows of emerging and under-represented artists curated from the Viewing Program and Artist Registry’s pool of 2,500 artists. Artists are eligible to submit their work for consideration for the Viewing Program and Artist Registry if they do not have an affiliation with a New York gallery and are not currently attending school. Artists from across the country and abroad are encouraged to apply. For complete information on submissions, visit the web site, www.drawingcenter.org.
Ongoing : The Light Work Artist-in-Residence Program in Syracuse, NY, accepts applications from artists working in photography or related media for one-month residencies. Residents receive a $2,000 stipend, an apartment, a private darkroom, and 24-hour facility access. To apply, send a resume, an artist statement, a letter of intent, and slides, proofs, or prints of recent work to Light Work Artist-in-Residence Program, 316 Waverly Avenue, Syracuse, NY 13244.
Ongoing : The School of Visual Arts (SVA) is an art and design school in New York City offering summer art residencies through its continuing education program. Their visual art residency programs include Sculpture, Installation and New Media Art; Printmaking and Book Arts; Painting and Mixed Media; Public Art and Photography. Now in its third decade, this internationally renowned program offers emerging and mid-career artists an opportunity to spend the summer developing ideas and focusing on their artistic direction. Participants are immersed in the creative community of New York City, with the guidance of a distinguished faculty. Affordable housing is available, as are opportunities to display work. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about an SVA summer art residency in New York City. Keren Moscovitch, Coordinator, Summer Residency Programs Division of Continuing Education, School of Visual Arts, 209 E. 23rd Street, NY, NY. 212-592-2188.
Ongoing : The Atlantic Center for the Arts, in New Smyrna Beach, FL, invites visual artists, writers, composers, choreographers, and dancers to apply to its Associate Artists-in-Residence program. If selected, artists receive housing, weekday meals, and studio space. Located five miles from the Atlantic Ocean, Atlantic Center is situated on a lush 69-acre ecological preserve surrounded by protected wetlands. For more information, call 386-427-6975 or 800-393-6975, or visit their web site: www.atlanticcenterforthearts.org.
Ongoing : Specs, a journal of contemporary culture and arts at Rollins College, aims to create sympathetic interfaces between artistic and critical practices. They invite submissions of critical and/or creative work for their print and web issue, and welcome cultural criticism, fiction, non-fiction, poetry, art, and pieces that blur genre boundaries. They also seek works that force interactions between traditional print and digital media. To submit your work, visit www.specsjournal.org for further information and submissions guidelines. posted: 10-05-07
Ongoing : Outpost Artists Resources is a non-profit video post-production facility in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. They have been in operation serving the artistic community of New York and beyond since 1990. They are now offering the Cuts and Burns Residency Program to emerging and mid-career artists. The residency provides up to 40 hours (5 days) of free video and audio post-production with a professional editor, full access to the facility, and lodging if needed. To apply, call 718-599-2385 and speak to David or Ruth. For further details, visit outpostedit.org. posted: 10-02-07
Ongoing : The Museum of Modern Art and Franklin Furnace artist book collections have merged, forming the world’s largest repository. MoMA has assumed Franklin Furnace’s open acquisition policy of accepting any multiple published by an artist as a work of art for the collection. Artists wishing to submit books for inclusion in the collection should mail submissions, consisting of one copy of your work and a resume, to: Museum of Modern Art/Franklin Furnace/Artist Book Collection, Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019. If applicable, include with your submission other documentation of your work so that art scholars and other users of the collection will have the opportunity to use it for research purposes. Be advised that all information and materials you send will become the property of the Museum of Modern Art/Franklin Furnace/Artist Book Collection and may be used in exhibitions and publications. For more information, go to the web site: www.franklinfurnace.org.
Ongoing : The Mattress Factory is an alternative museum located in Pittsburgh PA, which commissions, presents, and collects site-specific installations created in residency. Read more…
Ongoing : Maryland State Arts Council Artist Registry & Resource Center at Maryland Art Place, which contains biographical information and images for more than 1,700 regional artists, invites artists from MD, DC, VA, WV, PA, DE, NJ, NY to submit work for a comprehensive Maryland and Regional Artist Registry. Categories are: painting, installation & performance, mixed media, sculpture, crafts, design, photography, printmaking, new genres, video, drawing, and works on paper. MAPís Artist Registry & Resource Center are open to the public and free of charge from 9 am to 5 pm Tuesday through Friday, and during special events. For more information, contact Carolyn Sheffield, Registry Coordinator, 8 Market Place, suite 100, Baltimore, MD 21202; 410-962-8565; email@example.com; or visit the web site, www.mdartplace.org.