GRIN CITY COLLECTIVE’S EMERGING ARTIST RESIDENCY

The only subsidized artist residency program specifically designed for undergraduate artists.

Summer Session: 6/15/15 – 7/11/15 | Applications Due: March 10, 2015

· Open to writers, visual and performance artists
· Individual studio + bedroom + $200 stipend
· Culminating gallery show, performance & reading at Stewart Art Gallery

During the summer, Grin City invites eight college level writers, visual or performance artists for a special, subsidized 4-week residency. Artists accepted into the Emerging Artist Residency receive individual housing and studio space. The residency ends in a final group show and reading in the downtown Stewart Art Gallery.

Ideal candidates for the Emerging Artist Residency have a strong portfolio and are serious about pursuing a career in their field for which they are applying, but do not need to have majored in it. They embrace artistic and work-based collaboration and feel they match Grin City’s creative mission. Those eligible for the Emerging Artist Residency are juniors or seniors in college at the time of application and must be 21 or older on or before June 15 (please do not email asking about age exceptions).

Grinnell College students are strongly urged to apply. Sponsored by Grinnell College, Grin City Collective will select one eligible Grinnell College student of exceptional quality for its 2015 EAR residency.

If you are interested in applying to the Emerging Artist Residency please read our Residency Guidelines to make sure Grin City is right for you. RESIDENCY GUIDELINES

Application Fee: $25.00

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Phone: 641-236-3203
Email: info@grincitycollective.org

Physical and mailing address:
Grin City Collective, 3633 Highway 146, Grinnell, IA 50112

Congratulations to all the Baltimore area artists who received 2015 Individual Artist Awards from the Maryland State Art Council!

The complete list:

Non-Classical Music Composition

David Bach Baltimore City $1,000.00
Timothy Gordon Jenkins Carroll $1,000.00
Mark Meadows Montgomery $1,000.00
Timothy James Nohe Baltimore City $1,000.00
Mark Louis Schatz Anne Arundel $1,000.00
Christopher James Shump Carroll $1,000.00
Anne Hambleton Watts Dorchester $1,000.00
Alan Blackman Baltimore City $3,000.00
Patrick Ryan McMinn Baltimore City $3,000.00
Joel Nygren Baltimore City $3,000.00
Michael Formanek Baltimore $6,000.00
Todd Simon Prince George’s $6,000.00
Ian Kristopher Sims Baltimore City $6,000.00

Non-Classical Music Solo Performance

Khadijah Zakia Ali-Coleman Prince George’s $1,000.00
Carrie Lynn Grochowski Baltimore City $1,000.00
Russell Kirk Baltimore City $1,000.00
Iraida Poberezhnaya Baltimore City $1,000.00
Nia Simmons Prince George’s $1,000.00
Valerie Leonhart Smalkin Baltimore $1,000.00
Akua K. Allrich Prince George’s $3,000.00
Jennifer Ann Blades Baltimore $3,000.00
Michelle Herring Baltimore City $3,000.00
Gregory P. Latta Allegany $3,000.00
Carolyn Malachi Prince George’s $3,000.00
Marcy M. Marxer Montgomery $3,000.00
Dave Ballou Baltimore $6,000.00
Harold Paul Carr Montgomery $6,000.00
Mark Gerald Edwards Baltimore City $6,000.00
Cathy Ann Fink Montgomery $6,000.00
Todd Marcus Baltimore City $6,000.00
Blake Meister Baltimore City $6,000.00

Playwriting

John Becker Montgomery $1,000.00
Martin Blank Montgomery $1,000.00
Andria Nacina Cole Baltimore $1,000.00
Alfred Tyrone Demartino Allegany $1,000.00
Richard Espey Baltimore City $1,000.00
Joshua Ford Montgomery $1,000.00
Alonzo D. Lamont Baltimore City $1,000.00
Patricia Montley Baltimore $1,000.00
John Rowell Baltimore City $1,000.00
Steven Schutzman Baltimore City $1,000.00
Mark Squirek Baltimore $1,000.00
Robert Alexander Prince George’s $3,000.00
Robert E. Bartlett, Jr. Anne Arundel $3,000.00
Nelson J. Ginebra Frederick $3,000.00
William Dean Leary Prince George’s $3,000.00
Stephen Matanle Baltimore $3,000.00
Susan McCully Baltimore City $3,000.00
Mark Scharf Baltimore City $3,000.00
Rosemary Toohey Baltimore City $3,000.00
Kevin Jon Klein Frederick $6,000.00
Aaron Posner Montgomery $6,000.00

Visual Arts: Crafts:

Frances Lachman Abrams Montgomery$1,000.00
Kenneth Girardini Carroll $1,000.00
Shin Yeon Jeon Baltimore $1,000.00
Catherine Rita Kleeman Baltimore $1,000.00
Wendy Lynn McAllister Baltimore $1,000.00
Kyle James Bauer Baltimore City $3,000.00
Susan Marie Brandt Baltimore City $3,000.00
Yoshi Fujii Baltimore City $3,000.00
Hilary Hachey Baltimore City $3,000.00
Maria Karametou (Crowder) Montgomery $3,000.00
Sebastian Martorana Baltimore City $3,000.00
John Thomas Paradiso Prince George’s $3,000.00
Christopher Shea Prince George’s $3,000.00
Stephanie Jean Garmey Baltimore $6,000.00
Kathleen Louise Kretz Montgomery $6,000.00
Anthony Edwin Stellaccio Baltimore $6,000.00

Visual Arts: Photography

Milana Braslavsky Baltimore $1,000.00
David Norman Emerick Calvert $1,000.00
Eleanor Davies Haley Baltimore $1,000.00
Robert M. Hein Allegany $1,000.00
Karen Klinedinst Baltimore City $1,000.00
Nathanael Alan Larson Baltimore City $1,000.00
Janet Jay Matthews Prince George’s $1,000.00
Jaimes M. Mayhew Baltimore City $1,000.00
John Andrew McNeil Baltimore City $1,000.00
Matthew Charles Moore Anne Arundel $1,000.00
Christopher Saah Baltimore City $1,000.00
Michael Hunter Thompson Allegany $1,000.00
Muriel H. Hasbun Montgomery $3,000.00
Elisabeth Lewenz Baltimore City $3,000.00
Mark L. Power Montgomery $3,000.00
John H. Ruppert Baltimore $3,000.00
Geoffrey Lawrence Grace Baltimore City $6,000.00
Patrick Howard Joust Baltimore City $6,000.00
Ben Marcin Baltimore City $6,000.00

Target Gallery / Torpedo Factory Art Center
Deadline: March 9, 2015

This is an Open Call for proposals for a solo exhibition in the summer of 2015. This call is open to all artists from North America working in all visual media. Proposals for exhibitions by both individuals and groups will be considered. The individual or group associated with the chosen proposal will receive a solo exhibition at the Target Gallery from July 25 – August 30, 2015. The artist(s) will also receive a stipend and an exhibition catalog. A panel of independent arts professionals will review submissions and select the final proposal. Our jurors this year are John James Anderson, Amy Boone-McCreesh, and Alex Goldstein.

For complete prospectus and online application visit:http://torpedofactory.org/opportunities/call-for-entries/

The Fred Lazarus IV Artscape Prize (“The Fred”) is a competitive program that seeks to recognize and encourage artistic talent in Baltimore City.  Rising high school seniors apply for the prize which awards $1,000 to a Baltimore City school student artist.  The selected artist also receives a stipend to produce a solo exhibition in conjunction with the annual festival, with mentorship from the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts.  The prize is named in honor of the Maryland Institute College of Arts’ long-serving president.

Applications due March 31, 2015.

Apply here: https://boparegistrations.wufoo.com/forms/2015-fred-lazarus-iv-artscape-prize/

 

The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts is now accepting grant applications for the 2015 Creative Baltimore Fund.  The grant program provides nearly $250,000 in funding to local individual artists and established non-profit cultural organizations.  Applications and guidelines are available at www.promotionandarts.org/grants.  The deadline for submissions is Tuesday, March 31, 2015.  The Creative Baltimore Fund is a program of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts.

The Creative Baltimore Fund provides support to artists and organizations through two grants.  Individual artists are invited to apply for the Mayor’s Individual Artist Award which provides project support for programs promoting public access and encouraging the breadth of arts and/or cultural programming in Baltimore City.  Additionally, theGeneral Operating Support grant provides core support for established arts or cultural organizations that benefit the public and are artistically or culturally vibrant.  Individual artists can receive up to $5,000 for project support; organizations can receive up to $10,000 for general operating support.  Grant awards will be announced in May 2015.

Dates/Deadlines

Grant Application Due:        Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Application Review Period:   Monday, April 13 through Friday, April 17, 2015

Grant Awards Announced:    May 2015

Grant Period:                     Wednesday, July 1, 2015 through Thursday, June 30, 2016

The Creative Baltimore Fund is made possible through the support of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the Baltimore City Council and helps art programs and projects come to fruition and continue to enhance the City of Baltimore.  The program is administered by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts which is the arts council for Baltimore City.  In addition, an independent panel reviews applications and selects grant recipients.

For more information on the Creative Baltimore Fund, call 410-752-8632 or visit www.promotionandarts.org.

Orange County is seeking qualifications and images from artists interested in providing public art for a new Community Center in Holden Heights. After looking at images of current and past work, the selection panel will ask three or four artists to make a site-specific proposal for art that they would provide. An honorarium of $500 is given to each finalist for making a proposal. One artist will be commissioned based on their proposal. The final artist selected will be paid nearly $50,000 to create and install the work they proposed. Deadline, March 9. Email Michael.Osowski@ocfl.net for full details.

The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Prince George’s Department of Parks and Recreation invites individual artists and artist teams with interest in and/or professional experience in creating public art and site specific commissions, to submit proposals for the William Beanes Community Center. Project 1 will consist of an exterior artwork on the facade of the facility adjacent to the main entrance. Project 2 will consist of an interior artwork located on the wall above the control desk near the main entrance.

Artists and artist teams may apply for both, but no one artist or artist team will be awarded both commissions. The selected artist/team will design, fabricate, and install a work of art in the form of a painted mural, metal, mosaic or glass installation for the interior; and a metal, mosaic or glass installation for the exterior.

The project budget, including materials, fabrication, installation, travel and expenses, is $50,000.00 for Project 1 and $15,000.00 for Project 2.

PROPOSALS AND QUALIFICATIONS CAN BE SUBMITTED TO THE MARYLAND-NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK AND PLANNING COMMISSION AT:

Attention: William Beanes Public Art
Arts & Cultural Heritage Division
7833 Walker Drive, Suite 430
Greenbelt, MD 20770

UNTIL 5:00 P.M. EST ON MARCH 27, 2015.