The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts is seeking a Public Art Administrator. The Public Art Administrator is a full-time regular, exempt position reporting to the Assistant Director of Cultural Affairs. The position is responsible for managing the Public Art Program team which produces public art projects in the City of Baltimore.
Baltimore artists Michael Farley, Ryan Mitchell and Sophia Park debuted their spoofy orange-skinned art world goddesses at Artscape 2012 and then took their performance art to Art Basel. Check their Art/Dazzle ultra low budget shot-on-iPhone video, Meet Me At The Vernissage.
The Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) invites artists residing in the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada to enter its 36th annual Art on Paper competition. Any two- or three-dimensional work on or of paper and following the exhibition guidelines will be
considered. The selected works will be exhibited at MFA’s Circle Gallery from March 29 to April 28, 2013. Exhibition chair is Kate Stillwell.
For more information or to submit entries, visit the website at www.mdfedart.com where they can submit images easily online. Also, please feel free to contact the gallery at 410-268-4566.
We’re very excited to announce that Jewelz Cody will be curating the 20th Annual Art Car Show at Artscape, July 19-21, 2013. Jewelz comes to us from The Orange Show Center for Visionary Arts and the amazing Orange Show in Houston which boasts the most incredible art cars in the country…and probably the world.
Julia “Jewelz” Cody serves as the Artist Liaison/Coordinator & Producer for Art Car Weekend at the Orange Show Center for Visionary Arts. She joined the staff after her return to Houston from the San Francisco Bay Area where she developed and managed the Department of Mutant Vehicles for the Burning Man festival for 6 years. Her involvement in the art car community goes back to the first parade in Houston, a performance during New Music America in 1986. Several years later, she joined the steering committee for Art Car Weekend & began her appreciation for art cars and their artists. She has worked as an event producer, volunteered and worked for a myriad of arts organizations, and is a member of the internationally-acclaimed Flaming Lotus Girls, a group of artists making kinetic, mechanical fire art since 2000.
About the Gallery:
Located in a 160 year-old artist-owned warehouse within Baltimore’s Sation North
Arts and Entertainment District, AREA 405 is committed to demonstrating and
strengthening the vitality of the arts community within Baltimore. Since 2003, AREA
405’s mission is to produce, present and promote arts and cultural programming by
providing a venue for artists from Baltimore and beyond. Area 405 collaborates with
other arts and cultural, organizations throughout the region and has hosted scores of
events and featured well over 1000 artists. Area 405 is run solely by volunteers.
Area 405 will not accept emailed or website linked submissions and will not look at any artist
submissions that are missing information or entry fee For questions: email@example.com