Call for Artists - Public Art
The City of Green Bay Parks Department and Green Bay Public Arts Commission(GBPAC) are seeking to commission artist(s) to create a bold innovative public art commission on the rectangular East River Trail Plaza located along Main Street, sited between N. Baird Street and N. Irwin, along the riverfront.
See link for more information.
Deadline: October 1, 2019
Looking for artist to volunteer.
Call for Artists - Volunteer at the Kroc Center
Do you have a big heart and a passion to create? The Kroc Center is looking for a few 1-2 special volunteers that have a passion for the arts and sharing that within our programs. We have weekly classes with local youth and painting classes for Kroc members and the general public to attend. Each event could use 1-2 volunteers. Go to www.sagreenbay.org to sign up. Contact Renee Main - Renee.Main@usc.SalvationArmy.org if you have any questions.
Did you know Green Bay offers grants to artist? Check it out.
ART GARAGE IS LOOKING FOR ARTIST VENDORS!!!
For more information see website.
Deadline is September 30, 2019.
The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation's (NACF) Mentor Artist Fellowship is a regional individual artist project award that focuses on artistic mentoring in the Upper Midwest, Pacific Northwest, and Southwest regions. The Fellowship is open to eligible, established American Indian and Alaska Native artists of 10 years or more who want to mentor an emerging American Indian or Alaska Native artist apprentice in either the Traditional or Contemporary Visual Arts categories for a period of fifteen months, beginning April 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2021.
For more information, click link below.
EMERGING ARTIST RESIDENCY FELLOWSHIP
The Harpo Foundation’s Emerging Artist Residency Fellowship at the Santa Fe Art Institute (SFAI) was established in 2013 to provide an annual opportunity to an emerging visual artist 25 years and older who needs time and space to explore ideas and start new projects. For more information visit the foundations site.
Annual Application Deadline is October 1st, 11:59 pm.
First Nations is looking for a Native artist-designed print to be used on First Nations’ 2019 annual holiday card (paper and digital format). First Nations is able to compensate the selected artist $1,000 for use of their artwork on our holiday card as well as in First Nations social media outreach for several months around the holiday. If you have an artist (or multiple artists) who might be interested in this opportunity, please share the information and instructions below with them. We appreciate your assistance and consideration!
If you have any questions, please call or email Jona Charette at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.774.7836.
The Oneida Film Society wants YOUR FILMS!
The Oneida Film Society presents the first Oneida Smartphone Film Festival. The theme for the festival is Telling Our Own Stories. Our vision is to create a film platform for novice and experienced filmmakers to incorporate talent and creativity into a 3-10 minute long film captured on a smartphone or tablet. We are looking for stories created by Wisconsin residents that represent Native communities and inspire individuals to promote self-discovery, connection, and build relationships with others. Submissions will narrate belief, culture, and personal stories. Up to $2,000 in cash prizes!
Participants interested in submitting a film must:
1) Upload film to Oneida Smartphone Film Festival Film Freeway
2) Complete & email Submission Form to email@example.com
3) Create a movie poster. Submit your movie poster in PDF form to firstname.lastname@example.org. An 11×17 poster will be displayed at the film festival and available to take home.
Film upload, submission form, and poster are due October 25, 2019. All films submitted will be screened by a committee with letters of acceptance by November 8, 2019. The Oneida Smartphone Film Festival will showcase all qualified films on November 21, 2019 at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center.
View film submission categories, upcoming workshop dates, and tutorials on our website https://oneidacommunityeducationcenter.org/oneida-smartphone-film-festival/ We look forward to your film submissions!
Adult Workshops offer a variety of levels including the beginner, intermediate and more advanced. The length of the workshops vary between 1 - 8 weeks. All workshops have a 1 week registration deadline.
ONE-YEAR ARTIST FELLOWSHIPS
Through our Artists in Business Leadership and Cultural Capital Fellowships, First Peoples Fund partners with Native artists and culture bearers to strengthen their business skills and to ensure that art, culture and ancestral knowledge are passed from one generation to the next.
Twenty to twenty-five artists are selected annually for First Peoples Fund's one-year fellowship programs. Fellows receive $5,000 project grants, technical support and professional training to start or grow a thriving arts business and to further their important work in their communities.
Applicants Must be an enrolled member or provide proof of lineal descendancy of a U.S. federally recognized tribe, a state recognized tribe, or be an Alaska Native or Native Hawaiian.
Artist Grant Opportunity for Native Americans living in Minnesota.
The Cultural Community Partnership grant program is designed to enhance the careers of individual artists of color. Artists, at any stage in their careers, can apply for grants to help support collaborative projects. Applicants can collaborate on a project with another Minnesota artist of color or with a Minnesota nonprofit organization.
Application deadline and project period FY 2020 applications must be submitted and accepted before 4:30 p.m. on Friday, September 13, 2019. For more information about the application timeline and the project period, see the calendar page.
Welcome to the Smash the Narrative project. The purpose of this project is to use art to promote public discussion around major political and social issues. Every two years we award a prize for art relating to a specific topic.
This years theme is titled “You can’t paint that!“. The topic is taboo and censorship. This is an important issue at the moment with governments, educational institutions and big tech companies taking it upon themselves to decide which ideas can and can’t be discussed. We would like to encourage artists to think about what it feels like to be told they should avoid expressing certain ideas or alternatively the necessity of limiting creative and intellectual expression to avoid causing offence.
Deadline: December 31, 2019
CALL TO NATIVE AMERICAN VISUAL ARTISTS – Applications are now open for the Spring 2020 Ucross Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists
Deadline: September 1, 2019
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CALL TO NATIVE AMERICAN VISUAL ARTISTS – Applications are now open for the Spring 2020 Ucross Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists
Deadline: September 1, 2019
Minneapolis Institute of Art Fellowship
Mia’s Art of Inclusion Fellowship is a year-long opportunity designed to strengthen the leadership pathway within art museums for identified populations who have been historically underrepresented: people of color and indigenous people. Three fellowship positions are funded by the Ford Foundation and Walton Family Foundation through the Diversifying Art Museum Leadership Initiative.
Fellowship applicants must meet the following minimum requirements:
Education: High school diploma or GED with 2-4 years of college or equivalent experience. The Fellowship is for people of color and indigenous people. Experience in the arts, museums, or academia is not required, and a fellow’s academic background is not limited to art or a specific major. A liberal arts/humanities background is a plus.
HOW TO APPLY: Deadline: 11:59pm, Friday, August 16, 2019
Send resume and completed Applicant Questionnaire (click here to download the questionnaire) to: email@example.com. Be sure to include your last name when saving each document.
For further information and assistance, contact Maria Salas at:
Calling all Wisconsin tribal artists 18 years and older
The North American Indigenous Games Council (NAIG)—Team Wisconsin, is looking to create a visual representation of who they are. This can be considered a “Logo” contest. We are currently looking for an artist who is a tribal member in the state of Wisconsin and who can design a creative, innovative, professional design that is easily recognizable and promotes Team Wisconsin in a positive manner.
Our goal is to have a design that promotes “Team Wisconsin through NAIG’s beliefs of “The Spirit Strong, Brave & True.”
Click Here for More Information!!!
Deadline: 4:30 pm on Friday, August 30, 2019
Save the date! The Native Americans Arts and Crafts Show and Sale will take place August 24th at Lake of the Torches Resort Casino. If you are interested in reserving a table, please do so now as there is a limited number. You may pick up a reservation form at the LDF Planning Office. For more information, please contact Gregg Guthrie at 715-588-7626.
Arts Wisconsin seeks nominations for 2019 Arts in the Community Awards presented in partnership with the League of Wisconsin Municipalities.
The eleventh annual Arts in the Community Awards, presented by Arts Wisconsin in partnership with the League of Wisconsin Municipalities, honor communities and civic leaders around the state for championing the arts, culture and creativity as integral to economic, educational and community vitality. The deadline to submit nominations is Friday, August 30, 2019. Visit www.artswisconsin.org for full nomination information.
The award winners will be recognized on Thursday, October 24, 2019 during the League of Wisconsin Municipalities' 121th annual conference, at the KI Center/Hyatt Regency in Green Bay, WI.
Arts Wisconsin is Wisconsin's voice for the arts, culture and creativity and the state's community cultural development organization. For over 25 years, Arts Wisconsin has worked to grow Wisconsin creatively through advocacy, service, development and connections. More info at www.artswisconsin.org.
The League of Wisconsin Municipalities is a voluntary nonprofit and nonpartisan association of cities and villages that acts as an information clearinghouse, lobbying organization and legal resource for Wisconsin municipalities. More info at www.lwm-info.org.
Call For Mural Artists!
For this mural, we would like to focus on the unity of our community at the Three Corners location and the bringing together of individuals. With the concept of our new logo, a finger print to recognize the identity of each individual in our community, we would like to incorporate this somewhere in our design to show diversity. Show us your designs!
· Each artist must submit a description and design which illustrates their overall concept. This includes a complete digital design, the desired medium(s), a timeline for completion, and the approximate dimensions of desired design. All applications documents can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
· A project budget is required for each applicant. Each artist will have a budget of up to $4,000. The budget should include all artist fee and expenses. Please send this along with other documents to email@example.com.
· A portfolio of previous works completed is required. All portfolios need to be submitted in a digital format. Please send this along with other documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
**NO SUBMISSION FEE**
The submission deadline is
AUGUST 1ST, 2019 by 3:00pm
Applications Due September 13, 2019
Apply Now for the Luce Indigenous Knowledge Fellowship
LONGMONT, Colorado (June 17, 2019) – First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) and The Henry Luce Foundation (Luce) have partnered to launch the Luce Indigenous Knowledge Fellowship. The fellowship is a 12-month, self-directed enrichment program designed to support the growth, development, knowledge and networks of Indigenous knowledge holders and knowledge makers.
For more information, click link below.
Oneida Smartphone Film Festival Kickoff-June 20
The Oneida Film Society presents the first Oneida Smartphone Film Festival! The theme for the festival is Telling Our Own Stories. Our vision is to create a film platform for novice and experienced filmmakers to incorporate talent and creativity into a 3-10 minute film captured on a smartphone or tablet. We are looking for stories created by Wisconsin residents that represent Native communities and inspire individuals to promote self-discovery, connection, and build relationships with others. Submissions will narrate belief, culture, and personal stories. Film submissions will be showcased at the film festival in November. Up to $2,000 in cash prizes!
Oneida Smartphone Film Festival Kickoff Event-Thursday, June 20 at 5 p.m. Oneida Community Education Center
Join us and learn how to create and submit films from your smartphone or tablet with our storyboard and technology workshops. Workshops will be led by filmmakers Alex Zacarias, Michelle Danforth-Anderson, and Apple Certified Trainer Nathan Fregien with guest speaker Debra Morningstar. Debra Morningstar will present Moccasin Walk: Finding My Way Back Home. Workshops will concentrate on storyboarding, ideas to create a film, Apple and Android smartphone filmmaking apps. We will review and demonstrate emerging smartphone filmmaking apps while exploring editing techniques along with other smartphone filmmaking tips and tricks including:
1.) Apps for Filmmaking:
Apple iOS: Apple Clips, Apple iMovie, Adobe Premiere Clip
Android: Adobe Premiere Clip, Cyberlink PowerDirector
2.) Tripods: When do you need a tripod?
3.) Audio: Monitoring, onboard mic, external mics & adapters
4.) Lens Options: Take control of your focus, exposure, frame rate, zoom, lens effects, etc
5.) Tips and Tricks for shooting (Shoot-to-Edit, Hand-Held Movement, Using your body)
Refreshments will be provided. Bring your family, friends, and win some cool prizes-you don’t want to miss this event!
Register online to secure your spot https://oneidacommunityeducationcenter.org/. Feel free to contact with any questions.
Call for Artstreet 2019 Image Design Competition Entries
Mosaic Arts Inc., and the Artstreet 2019 Events and Design Committee are in search of an official promotional image that exemplifies the essence of the Artstreet fine arts festival and Mosaic Arts Inc. Artstreet will be held August 23-25.
The entrant with the design that best represents the spirit of Artstreet will be the recipient of a $300 cash prize.
Artists should invest in designs that are original, creative, imaginative, unique and convey the overall messages of Artstreet. The chosen design will be displayed as the official image on all Artstreet 2019 posters, t-shirts and other miscellaneous promotional materials.
All entries must be received by Monday, June 17, 2019.
Anyone interested in submitting a design may receive more details or an entry form by contacting the Mosaic Arts, Inc. office at 920.435.5220 or email@example.com.
Are you an artist in the Green Bay, WI area? Sign up to be placed in the Green Bay Artist Database. When opportunities arise, they pull artist from this database. Scroll down and click on "Call for Creative Talent form".
The 38th annual Artstreet will be held on August 23, 24 and 25, 2019 in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin. Artstreet, an event that attracts over 80,000 visitors annually, is recognized nationally by artists, collectors and professionals as one of the premier art festivals in the Midwest.
Entry Deadline: Monday, March 22, 2019
Notification to applicants: Friday, April 5, 2019
For more information:
Welcome to Arts Wisconsin!
Arts Wisconsin is Wisconsin’s community cultural development organization, the only independent statewide organization speaking up and working for the arts, arts education, creative economy, and creative placemaking in every corner of Wisconsin. We do our work through advocacy, service, development and connections. Investment in the arts and creativity is an investment in Wisconsin’s future, bringing economic vitality, education for the 21st century, healthy, vibrant communities, and engaged residents.
To view employment opportunities for Wisconsin Artist, visit our site.
Calling all visual artists—from aficionados to seasoned professionals!
Deadline: May 10, 2019
The University of Minnesota's Dance Program is currently accepting proposals for a new mural for the lobby of the Barbara Barker Center for Dance. This award-winning building is dedicated primarily to dance education and research at the University. It also serves the larger Twin Cities performing arts community through rentals. In this 20th anniversary year of the building, program leadership has identified the need for a rejuvenation of its space. The purpose of the new, two-dimensional mural is to infuse the space with a sense of joy, energize all who enter, evoke the idea of movement, and simply inspire. The selected artwork is the centerpiece of this project, which also includes new lobby furnishings and photography installations throughout the building.
Any artist is welcome to submit a proposal. Preference will be given to artists with a connection to Minnesota. The program warmly invites all artists, including underrepresented and marginalized voices to submit their work for consideration. Artists at any stage of their career are also encouraged to apply.
For more information and specifics see the RFP (link), which includes the online form for submitting your bid.
Questions may be directed to Ana Morel, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Established Regional Artist GrantThe Established Regional Artist Grant Program provides larger project grants to working professional artists that represent the diversity of our region. For FY20, we plan to award 4 grants of $6,000.
Applications Open: April 19, 2019
Applications Deadline: Friday, May 31, 2019 at 4:30 p.m.
For Projects beginning August 1, 2019
The panel that reviews these proposals will make their decision based on the criteria set forward but will present a slate of projects that they think best fit the criteria as a whole.
For more information:
Artist Opportunity - For more information email email@example.com. Deadline - June 15.
Native American Artist-in-Residence program at Minnesota Historical Society - Call for Submissions 2019 - Deadline May 31, 2019
The Minnesota Historical Society is seeking applications for the 2019 Native American Artist-in-Residence Program. In 2019, the program will award 2 residencies for Native artists engaged in traditional artmaking and provide them stipends to connect with museum collections, peer artists, and/or other knowledgeable community members. Artists must currently reside in Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, or South Dakota. For more information, please visit www.mnhs.org/residencies/naair.
Questions can be directed to Ben Gessner at 651-259-3281 or Benjamin.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watermark Art Center is currently accepting submissions in all media for the upcoming exhibit, Nibikaang – From the Water. This exhibit will be on display at Watermark from July 8 – September 22.
Deadline to submit work is April 25. There is no submission fee to enter.
The Green Bay Public Arts Commission (GBPAC) is assisting the Green Bay Military Avenue Business District to place artwork within Military Avenue. They are seeking visual artists to submit their artwork for possible placement on utility boxes located on Military Avenue. ARTPOWER will give Green Bay artists the opportunity to transform ordinary objects of urban infrastructure into something fun and unique, enhancing the public spaces. For more information visit:
DEADLINE: May 12, 2019
Call for Artists - Annual Iroquois Indian Festival
March 15, 2019
Please join us at our 38th Annual Iroquois Festival, scheduled for Saturday & Sunday, August 31 & September 1 (Labor Day Weekend). This is an invitational event intended to showcase the high quality Iroquois art being produced today. In addition to visual artists and craftspeople, there will be dancers, storytellers, and food vendors. The Iroquois Indian Museum is a non-profit institution dedicated to educating the public about Iroquois culture, using Iroquois art as a window into culture. By participating in the Festival, you join us in a celebration of Iroquois creativity, and serve as a cultural ambassador to festival goers.
We will be requesting the same documentation for the sale of Native artwork that other museums and marketplace events require. All NEW artists wishing to participate in the Festival must submit PROOF OF IROQUOIS/HAUDENOSAUNEE ENROLLMENT or if non-enrolled, CERTIFICATION BY THE NATION OF HIS/HER IROQUOIS DESCENT with registration. While we admire the dedication of all those who create, our mission is specifically to promote Iroquois artisans and art.
Each artist will be provided a booth, consisting of two 6’ tables and 2 chairs set up under a large tent. If you require more tables, you must reserve them in advance and pay a fee of $10 per table. This year we are asking for cash or check payment in advance for your booth fee. The booth fee is: $100, which is payable in cash or check. You must reserve your booth by clicking the link:
and filling out the “Registration Form 2019” and sending it back along with your payment to the Museum. There are about 30 available booths, and they will be reserved on a first-come / first-serve basis. If you prefer to bring your own tent and tables you are welcome to set up next to the Museum tents.
The Festival is open 10 AM to 5 PM each day, rain or shine. If you agree to come to the festival we need, and expect, that you will be here for the entire Festival. Please bring enough inventory. The event is costly for the Museum to put on and many of our visitors travel a long distance to meet you.
The Festival is designed to show high quality work by Iroquois artists and craftspeople. Only Iroquois hand-made work should be displayed and sold. Preferably it should be your own work and your best. Handmade work from Iroquois members of your community is also acceptable. Imitations, commercial imports, and items made by non-native individuals are not permitted. Special requests, such as electricity, can sometimes be arranged in advance. We ask that you use our tables and park your vehicles in the areas we provide so that everyone can get around safely.
Lastly, if you find yourself traveling through the area this summer, please consider joining us any weekend to promote your art. While we will not have tents and tables available, you are welcome to set up your own and sell your work. Attendance is usually best when we have scheduled events. Check the calendar on our website for dates. There is no booth fee for setting up on these days.
We look forward to seeing you once again.
Director & Collections Curator
Artist Opportunity - http://ganondagan.org/hodinohso-ni-art-show-
Deadline: June 17th
Call for Artists! - Art Bench Project
Definitely De Pere seeks artists, designers, and makers from all backgrounds to create artistic benches for placement at various locations along downtown De Pere's main corridors. The ideal bench will provide respite and relaxation opportunities, and be both functional and artistically interesting.
$30,000 will be awarded to the chosen artist for the design and fabrication of approximately 6 - 10 benches, depending on scale and materials used the number could be less or more. Project specifications and entry criteria can be found here.
Please click here to learn more!
Call for Artists! - Sculpture Walk
Sculpture Walk De Pere, a new project designed to integrate art to enliven the downtown streetscape, is an ongoing seasonal public art exhibit of original outdoor sculpture. Works will be on display June through October along the blocks of 100 South and 100 North Broadway Street.
Throughout the duration of the exhibit, the public will vote for the People's Choice Purchase Award (up to) $15,000. The winning sculpture will be purchased by Definitely De Pere at the end of the exhibit year for its permanent installation downtown.
Participating artists will receive a $1,000 stipend for the use of their work. Complete details can be found here.
Call for Artists! - The Art Garage - LOCAL 920
SUBMISSIONS DUE THURSDAY, MARCH 21
The Art Garage presents LOCAL 920 - an exhibit to celebrate and showcase the spectacular work of our talented Wisconsin resident artits inspired by Wisconsin. This exhibit will focus on Wisconsin's historic environment, landscape, agriculture and more. For details, click here.
Artist Reception and Grand Re-Opening
Friday, April 5 @ 7pm
Call for Artists! - Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass
SUBMISSIONS DUE MARCH 31
The 45th Annual Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass Arts Festival will be held on Sunday, July 21st, 2019 from 10am until 4pm at scenic Riverside Park in Neenah. The Arts Festival is a much loved Fox Valley tradition where friends and family gather, shop and relax all in support of the Arts in their community.
The juried festival features fine arts and crafts from artist across the region in a variety of media. It attracts approximately 5,000 patrons each year and features great food, children's activities and a beer garden with live bands on the lakeside lawn of the museum.
Proceeds from the event support educational programming at Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass. For details, please click here.
Gov. Evers has proclaimed Tuesday, March 12, as Arts Day in Wisconsin. To read more, click here!!!
The Second Annual Northern Woodland Indian Art Show & Market (NWIASM) will be held at the Seven Winds Casino again this year. Registration will begin on March 1st, 2019, June 28th-30th.
There will be various forms of Native American art available created by some of the most amazing indigenous artists. More information here.
Three Master Silver work artists have been contracted for a series of Master Artist Workshop. The project is titled 20 Twenty Years From Now: Master and Apprentice Artists Series. It's funded in part by the First Nations Development Institute in the Native Arts Initiative (NIA) category. The NAI grant program supports Native-led nonprofit organizations and tribal programs who are operating to support emerging and established Native artists and sustain traditional Native arts. The series of Master Artist Workshop will include artists in pottery and basket making as well.
Visit the Oneida Nations Arts Program website for more details regarding the Master Silverwork Artist and upcoming pottery & basket making artist as well.
Art camps for kids this summer. Visit the site for more information.
To allow time to resolve any problems you might encounter, we strongly recommend that you register/renew your Grants.gov/SAM registration by at least March 20, 2019 and submit to Grants.gov by at least April 2, 2019.
For additional information, application and deadlines, CLICK HERE!!!
The 38th annual Artstreet will be held on August 23, 24 and 25, 2019 in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin. They are looking for artist. The deadline to submit is March 11, 2019.
Apply To VSCO Voices 2019
Imagining Indigenous Futurisms
10th Annual Science Fiction Writing Contest
Call for Emerging Writers
Submit: 200 word statement w/ background & goals in sf and an unpublished writing sample up to 4,000 words addressing Indigenous perspectives
To: Professor Grace Dillon (Anishinaabe), email@example.com
Deadline: November 1, 2019
Judged by acclaimed writer Andrea Hairston
Art by Sadekaronhes Esquivel
The 74th Art Annual exhibition at the Neville Public Museum is open to living artists at least 18 years of age and currently residing in Wisconsin and Michigan. The exhibit opens on 11-May-2019 and ends on 09-Jun-2019. Deadline to apply is March 31, 2019. Apply Here!!!
The Internship/Artist Residency Program at James May Gallery offers college, graduate students, emerging artists, or those interested in arts management and/or art history work experience in a professional gallery setting. James May Gallery is offering living space in exchange for 20 hours per week of work for the duration of one year. We are open to individuals, families and partners, and pets will be considered depending on the situation.
We also consider internships for college credit.
Applications Due: March 1st 2019
Start Date: June 1st 2019
For more information visit our website: www.jamesmaygallery.com
The Art Garage is currently seeking an artist to assist the Art Garage in a Public Art Project!
The mission of the Art Garage is to encourage an appreciation for and participation in the visual, performing and literary arts. More specifically, as part of the Olde Main Redevelopment District, the Art Garage is helping to bring value back to the area along with many other businesses and private property owners who want to reclaim rather than demolish our city’s history.
The Art Garage is hoping to undertake a public art mural on our Main Street building during the 2019 year! For this mural, we would like to focus on the unity of our community at our Three Corners location. The Art Garage is a welcoming neighbor to the diverse populations within our community and proudly displays “Everyone Welcome” on our front door. Unity is defined as the state of being united or joined as a whole. The word unity is a call for people of every gender, race, and disability to come together. With the concept of our new logo, a finger print to recognize the identity of each individual in our community, we would like to incorporate different finger prints into our design to show diversity.
We hope to represent all of the unique cultures and ethnicities in an original, artistic design.
If you are interested in working with the Art Garage in developing a public art mural, please contact us at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or (920)448-6800 for more information