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.
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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.
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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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
3) Create a movie poster. Submit your movie poster in PDF form to email@example.com. 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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