December 31, 2007
Residency Season at the Artists� Enclave at I-Park
Application Deadline: December 31, 2014
I-Park announces its eighth season hosting The Artists� Enclave. Artists�
residencies, self-directed/project oriented, will be offered from May
through November 2017. Most sessions are four weeks in duration.
Residencies will be offered to visual (including digital) artists, music
composers, environmental artists, landscape and garden designers, creative
writers and architects. Work samples will be evaluated through a
competitive, juried process.
There is a $20 application processing fee application processing fee required and artists are
responsible for their own transportation to and from the area. They also
provide for their own food and work materials. The facility is otherwise
offered at no cost to accepted artists.
I-Park is a 450-acre natural woodland retreat in rural East Haddam,
Connecticut. A cash advance loans service is available to pay for accommodation including comfortable private living quarters in
an 1850�s farmhouse, shared bathroom facilities and a private studio on
the grounds. An electric kiln, music equipment, wireless internet and
library facilities are provided.
International financial applicants welcome. To defray the cost of travel, a $1,000
grant will be offered in 2014 to two international artists whose work is
held in particularly high regard by the selection committee (details to
For additional project information, go to our website: www.i-park.org.
Application materials for 2015, including an in depth FAQ, will be
available September 1, 2007 and will be available for direct download from
the website (Residency Program section).
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entries organized by submission dates for Europe, Canada, USA and
It addresses emerging as well as established visual artists and provides
information about a wide range of art-related events on an international
It's a flexible
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as contemporary visual art practice.
The list includes eligibility
requirements, application deadlines, selection process guidelines and
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lists containing more specialized information for visual artists:
the slide registry programs list
the ongoing portfolio reviews list
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Photography - International Photography
is "The Convincing Lie." Open to all, work must have been created in
the past 3 years. Must be all or partly 2D photography. Juried. Entry
fee. For more information contact: James Baird Gallery, 221 Duckworth
St, St John's NF A1C 1G7, Canada OR firstname.lastname@example.org. The Ansel
and Virginia Adams Research Fellowship annually grants two $2,500
awards to provide research time for scholars needing to use the
resources at the Center. SASE to: Center for Creative Photography, The
University of Arizona, PO Box 210103, Tucson, AZ 85721-0103; (520)
The Wendy L. Moore
Emerging Artist Series
To support young, talented female artists in the region, MOCA produces an
annual solo exhibition of an emerging woman artist under the age of 30
through The Wendy L. Moore Emerging Artist Series. Established in 1998 and
underwritten annually by Mr. and Mrs. Dan T. Moore, this series provides
exhibiting artists with a scholarly catalogue and artist residency in
partnership with Hawken School. Interested artists submit applications,
which are reviewed by a committee.
- engaging artists in the built environment is a new national funding
scheme jointly supported by the Commission for Architecture and the Built
Environment (CABE) and Arts & Business (A&B) funding via banks and financial institutions. It will involve the
arts, culture, design, education, environment, healthcare, housing, and
regeneration sectors in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Public Art South West will manage and deliver the scheme which was
launched on 8 June 2004 and will run until March 2006. PROJECT aims to
create a shared vision for public space, planning and high quality urban
design; and engage artists, public agencies and the private sector in
projects that will have a positive impact on the places in which we live.
with artists and arts organisations to develop quality environments,
increased environmental sustainability, more effective community
interaction and expanded opportunities for economic development is now
recognised as key to business as well as public sector success.
funding partnership between CABE and A&B has secured a new award
scheme for the arts. We want people undertaking any built environment
project to ask: what is the added value of involving an artist and to look
at the contributions of artists to the built environment as a whole.
scheme aims to promote the role that artists can play in sharing creative
ideas within multidisciplinary practice. Through changing the way we think
and work with architecture, building and design professionals, we aim to
create imaginative environments that are fit for purpose, and that reflect
local identity and meet communities' needs.
PROJECT - engaging artists in the built environment
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Slide list registry program
The Irving Sandler Artists File
Irving Sandler Artists File is a digitized image database and slide
registry that is open to the public free-of-charge, and it is one of
the largest and most comprehensive artist registries in the country.
The Artists File is not curated and there is no fee to join or view the
Artists File. Up to this point the Artists File has only been available
for visitors to Artists Space, but our in-house database is now
accessible through the internet. Each artist has two images of their
work included in this database and it is searchable by such categories
as "medium", "materials", "style", and artists' names. Artists' email
information and/or web site links are available for visitors to contact
the artists personally. If you find an artist who does not have any
email or website information, or their email address doesn't work,
please email the Artists File for their information at
email@example.com. Artists featured in this database each have
an in-house file at Artists Space with more images and biographical
information. For more in-depth research or to view more work by the
artists in the database, please make an appointment to visit the
Artists File. The file is open on Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to
6pm; for an appointment contact Artists File Coordinator Letha Wilson
at 212.226.3970 ext. 35. Although there is no fee to use the Artists
File, we ask institutions and corporations undertaking research to
consider a donation to Artists Space. Artists File Online Artists: If
you are an artist who has work in the Artists File Online and there is
an error on your page, or your information has changed, please email
Letha at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please email the specific
information about the problem and it will be fixed as soon as possible.
General Guidelines: www.artistsspace.org
list registry program
The Print Center Slide Review
submit to the Print Center Slides Review, you have to be a member of
The Print Center. As a member you have the benefit of submitting slides
of your work for consideration for exhibitions and/or inclusion in The
Print Center Gallery Store. The Print Center exhibits approximately
nine solo and two group exhibitions each year. Artists are selected
form recommendations, competitions, and through The Print Center�s
slide review process. The Print Center�s Curator and Gallery Store
Manager screens slides four times a year. Innovative content and
approach are emphasized; artists of diverse background and experience
Info: The Print Center
1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
The list below provides an example of what
ONGOING PORTFOLIO REVIEWS LIST contains.
Houston Center for Photography
to Submit Work to HCP If you would like for the Exhibitions Committee
to review your work for possible future exhibition, please send:
-letter of intent (request review of your work)
-10 - 20 copy slides of a single body of work
-SASE (self addressed stamped envelope) for return shipping
-any other supporting material you would like to include Please DO NOT send original artwork or any publications.
The May Gallery
Exhibitions in the May Gallery normally last from 4-6 weeks (depending
on the academic calendar). Proposals are accepted year-round, and
normally are considered for the academic year following their
submission. The May Gallery is dedicated to showing a wide range of
photographic work, so successful proposals relate to some photographic
Exhibition proposals may be made by an individual or a group, but
should make appropriate use of the gallery space. The gallery has
almost 160 running feet of wall space, although it is divided into ten
distinct sections. A schematic drawing of the space can be helpful for
planning. Exhibitions that will not substantially fill the gallery are
Proposals must include:
Name(s) of photographer(s).
All contact information.
R�sum�(s), including information about any prior exhibitions of the work proposed.
A brief statement about the work, both in terms of content and process
(for the consideration of the Gallery Committee; if the proposal is
accepted, this statement will not necessarily be for public use).
12-20 35mm slides of the work proposed for exhibition, in a plastic
page, clearly marked with name, title (if any) and an orientation mark
for proper viewing. Do not send original transparencies. While slides
will be returned, and care will be taken with them, the Gallery cannot
accept responsibility for handling originals.
Image sizes, and outer dimensions of the work proposed. (Cover glass is
normally provided by the Gallery, but framed work can be accepted by
prior arrangement.) Proposals should be sent to:
May Gallery Review Committee
School of Communications
470 East Lockwood Ave.
St. Louis MO 63119-3194
Receipt of proposals will be acknowledged, and materials will be
returned after consideration. Proposals are reviewed in January and
August for the coming academic year, unless a sufficient number of
pending proposals warrants convening a review committee at other
The San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art
San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art is accepting submissions of
sculpture by San Francisco Bay Area artists, which will be installed in
the ICA's Rear Window. The ICA is specifically seeking sculpture that
activates the space, such as kinetic sculpture or dramatically lit
forms. The Rear Window is part of Night Moves, a series of window
illuminations visible only from dusk to dawn. The window dimensions are
approximately 11 feet long by 12 feet high by 5 feet deep. The Rear
Window is an ongoing exhibition series; there is no submissions
Please submit a current r�sum�, artist
statement, and visual documentation of your work (5 to 20 images is
standard). You may also submit photographs, VHS videotape, CD-ROMs,
DVDs or Web addresses, but slides are preferred. Be sure to label your
visual materials with your name and telephone number as well as the
artwork's title, date, media and dimensions. Do not submit original
artwork. Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope for the
return of your submission materials.
Send your materials to:
Rear Window Night Moves
451 South First Street
San Jose, CA 95113
If you have questions, please contact email@example.com.
The San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art is a non-profit art gallery
with the mission of exhibiting forward-looking, thought-provoking, and
exciting contemporary art by emerging and established Bay Area
How is art chosen for exhibition at the ICA?
Art exhibitions at the ICA are chosen and organized by a Curatorial
Committee, made up of ICA Board members and the Executive Director.
This group selects art, presents exhibition ideas, and determines the
exhibition schedule. The Curatorial Committee meets and reviews
submissions every three to six months.
How do I get my artwork into a show at the ICA?
There are two ways to get your artwork shown at the ICA:
1. If you are interested in a solo or group exhibition, please submit a
resume, statement and slides to: Curatorial Committee, SJICA, 451 South
First Street, San Jose, CA 95113. You may also submit VHS videotape,
photographs, CD ROMS, DVDs, or Web addresses, but slides are preferred.
Do not submit original artwork. Be sure to label the submission with
your name and phone number, along with the artwork's title, medium, and
date. Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope if you would
like your submission materials returned. You will receive a response in
approximately six months.
2. The ICA holds two benefit events each year, the Fall Auction and
Monotype Marathon. Artists who donate work to the Fall Auction find
this is a great way to get their work seen and build a following of
collectors. Artists can also receive 20% of the auction sale price. The
Monotype Marathon is a weekend of intensive monoprint workshops, in
which artists are sponsored to make prints-the best print by each
artist appears in a show at the ICA.
How do I get my work in the Store@ICA?
Artists that have work in our store receive 60% of the retail price. If
you are interested in selling your artwork in our store, please leave a
message for Jillian Waldo at 408.283.8155.
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