Have you heard? MIAD's Galleries are accepting proposals for art and design exhibitions. Learn more: http://ow.ly/LFnE50xwGc1
Calling all Tribal artists! There is an opportunity to exhibit your artwork at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center during the Ma’iingan Symposium January 31st to February 2nd. Table space is limited so please contact Aurora Conley (Bad River) at 715-682-7123, ext. 1510 to reserve your spot or to gather more information.
June 6 & 7
Saturday 10am-7pm & Sunday 11am-5pm
Deadline: March 1
Application fee: $25; Booth fees start at $335
The show is held in beautiful Palmer Park and is adjacent to some of the city's best neighborhoods. Residents are professionals with huge homes and great disposable income. Our experience is the shoppers like more traditional images, and afro-centric work also does well. Don't be afraid to bring larger work as many people have substantial historic homes.
The show winds around a pond and runs adjacent to the historic log cabin. Artists are encouraged to get out of the tent and create installations that enhance their work and interact with the natural beauty of the park.
The "entertainment" is art projects and artist demonstrations. Patrons are invited to get their hands dirty. All of this helps to contribute to appreciation and sales.
Why you should be here:
Memorial Day Weekend
Kensington Metropark, 4570 Huron Pkwy.
Sat. & Sun. 10am-6pm; Mon. 10am-4pm
Deadline: February 24
Application fee: $25; Booth fees start at $355
A beautiful art fair next to the lake in the heart of Michigan's most prosperous area. The show is centered in one of Michigan's wealthiest areas, Oakland County, which has the highest per capita income in the state.
Traditional images do well in all price points. Audience is a little older with large homes and gardens. Artist booths are in the grass in a serpentine layout.
Extensive marketing and partnerships.
Held in a popular park by the beach with 800 dedicated parking spaces. The park winds along the river with convenient parking, food trucks and river views. The park already attracts 1.2 million visitors annually.
The Red Banks Native Art Show brings together Native American artists from the local region to showcase their works of art and craft items. The show features hand made beadwork, jewelry, paintings, baskets, metal work, pottery, carvings, fine art, crafts and more. Everyone is welcome to visit the show and purchase unique gifts, collect works of art, or home/office decor. Refreshments available in the venue. Open to the public.
Native American artists/vendors can register online at:
An artist opportunity in Minnesota.
Each month, a local artist’s work is featured in the seating areas at both the Hillside and Denfeld stores. To date, the work of over 350 local artists have been displayed and admired by Co-op customers and staff.
Looking for a Community Arts Program Director!!!
The John Michael Kohler Arts Center seeks a highly motivated Community Arts Program Director to join the Public Programs team.
See website for details.
The Art Garage is offering art workshops. See link for more information.
CALL for short stories, poetry and art!
Our theme for this first volume is: Mental and Emotional Health: Growth, Hope, New Beginnings.
FRONT COVER DESIGN CONTEST:
Prize is $100.
Deadline for stories, poetry and art: January 31, 2020. Anticipated publication is early 2020.
See website for information:
Artist opportunity for watercolor artist!!!
For any of our artist who may reside in Washington state. The Arts Innovator Award recognizes artists who demonstrate innovation in their art practice. These unrestricted awards of $25,000 are given annually to two Washington State artists of any discipline who are originating new work, experimenting with new ideas, taking risks, and pushing the boundaries of their fields.
Do you have a passion for Native arts and cultures? The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) is hiring a full-time Personal Assistant. The assistant provides administrative support to the Native Arts & Culture Foundation’s President/CEO. For more information, see link.
The National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) Internship Program provides educational opportunities for students interested in the museum profession and related fields. If you are a student and interested, please visit their site.
Listed below is a copy of the newsletter from NACF. It has great write ups about artist and artist opportunities. Enjoy!!!
We are looking for instructors for our Youth Summer Art Workshops! They are a perfect place for artists of all ages to develop visual artistic skill including drawing, painting, mixed media, ceramics, jewelry, mosaics, and more! We want to create a fun summer for our students with you!
Please submit your resume, biography, and 3-4 samples of your work (if applicable) to be considered to Tristin St. Mary at email@example.com.
Do You Have an Art Education Degree? We Are Looking for a Remote Adjunct Graduate Instructor
The Art of Education University (AOEU) is seeking new online Adjunct Instructors. A terminal degree (Ph.D., Ed.D. or M.F.A.) is preferred for consideration. A master's degree is required and will be considered when paired with unique specializations that meet the university's needs.
Remote Adjunct Instructors play a key role in providing a world-class learning experience to our students--primarily professional K-12 art educators. This role involves providing inspiring instruction and engaging facilitation/discussion, in addition to fair assessment and evaluation of student work.
For More Information Click Here!!!
For the Month of November:
Grace 11th Annual Fine Art & Craft Festival
250 East Juneau Avenue
8am - 2pm
2nd Annual Art Z Festival at White Oaks Mall
2501 Wabash Avenue
Friday & Saturday, 10am - 9pm; Sunday, 11am - 6pm
For more info: www.art-z-studio.com
November 23 & 24*
Cape Girardeau, Missouri
49th Annual Christmas Arts & Crafts Extravaganza
Osage Center, 1625 N. Kingshighway
The Show Me Center, 1333 N. Sprigg Street
Saturday, 10am - 5pm; Sunday, 10am - 4pm
Calls for Artists are from juried art shows looking for more fine artists to exhibit at their art fairs.
A CELEBRATION OF NATIVE AMERICAN ART, HISTORY & CULTURES
Native American artists from nations across the United States and Canada travel to Indianapolis for the opportunity to share their cultures through contemporary and traditional art, including jewelry, pottery, sculpture, paintings, dance, musical performances and more.
Application Deadline is January 13, 2020 - Click Here
Call for Artists - Arti Gras 2020
The artist application for Artigras 2020 is officially open! Artigras is limited to 100 fine artists and will once again be held at the KI Convention Center, downtown Green Bay on February 29 & March 1, 2020. This will be our 30th year!
This event presents a fabulous display of fine arts, artist demonstrations, cultural exhibits, delicious food, live music, and hands-on children's activities.
Application deadline is November 22 and can be found on entrythingy.com.
Click here for more artist information
CALL for short stories, poetry and art!
Mosaic Arts, Inc. is looking for submissions to our newest literary and visual project: kaleidoscope. We want to hear from those adults 18+ in our community. Our theme for this first volume is:
Mental and Emotional Health:
Growth, Hope, New Beginnings.
Short stories, poetry, drawings/sketches/art work are all welcome. All will be reviewed for appropriate content.
Stories may be fiction or non-fiction.
FRONT COVER DESIGN CONTEST:
Submit your design with the following requirements: work must capture the essence of the publication theme; artist may submit explanation of work. Work must be appropriate for public viewing. Size is 8.5" by 5.5", color or black and white. Winner will be chosen by committee. Material may be subject to modification to meet print and design requirements. Send PDF, eps or hi res jpg to firstname.lastname@example.org. Prize is $100.
Deadline: November 27, 2019, publication will print early 2020.
Go to www.mosaicartsinc.org for more information.
Upcoming in OCTOBER...Art Events!!!
Summit Art Festival (sponsored listing)
October 11, 12, & 13*
Lee's Summit, Missouri
Downtown Lee's Summit
90 Artist Booths
The Summit Art Festival is a free, outdoor, family-friendly, high-quality fine art event in the heart of historic downtown Lee’s Summit. The Festival is completely managed and run by the volunteer efforts of Summit Art members, Downtown Main Street members, and community volunteers. This is a vibrant town with very active visual and performing art programs presented by Summit Art, the Lee’s Summit Symphony, and The Summit Players. The Missouri Arts Council has designated Lee’s Summit as Missouri’s “Creative Community”.
58th Bayfield Apple Festival
10am - 5pm
For more info: www.bayfield.org
October 5 & 6*
St. Louis, Missouri
Historic Shaw Art Fair
4100 & 4200 Blocks Flora Place
Saturday, 9am - 5pm; Sunday, 10am - 6pm
Presented by the Shaw Neighborhood Improvement Assn.
For more information: www.shawartfair.org
Lee's Summit, Missouri
10th Annual Summit Art Festival
Historic Downtown Lee's Summit
Friday 4pm-8 pm, Saturday 10am-8pm, Sunday 11am-4pm
Held in the exciting environment of downtown Lee's Summit amidst its boutiques, restaurants and vibrant nightlife, this Summit Art Festival takes on new life dedicated to focusing on the fine arts. Expect all the bells and whistles: exciting art, live music, enticing food, and interactive kids'activities. A great weekend in a cool downtown awaits you.
For more info: www.SummitArtFest.org
16th Art in the Park
2005 Park Hill Drive
Friday night, Preview Party
Saturday, 10am - 5pm; Sunday, 11am - 4pm
For more info: www.highlandartscouncil.org
October 19 & 20*
Kansas City Music & Arts Festival 2019
Shawnee Mission Park, 7900 Renner Rd.
Saturday & Sunday, 11am - 9pm
For more info: www.highlandartscouncil.org
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 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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