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Submit: 200 word statement w/ background & goals in sf and an unpublished writing sample up to 4,000 words addressing Indigenous perspectives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!!!