Artist Greg Mort and the Rosenberg Gallery at Goucher College invite you to respond to the question, What does earth stewardship mean to you?
Submit a visual answer in the form of a 4” x 6” color photo or digital image. Beginning January 3, 2017, the images collected up until that point will be used to create a large-scale, site-specific photo collage installation which will continue to expand for the duration of the exhibition through February 22, 2017. This exhibition is being presented in conjunction with the MAEOE conference and the exhibit Greg Mort – eARTh – The Art of Stewardship. An artist talk and reception will be held Friday, February 3, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Rosenberg Gallery.
Mail your 4” x 6” glossy photograph to:
Director of Exhibitions and Curator
Goucher College Art Galleries
1021 Dulaney Valley Road
Baltimore, MD 21204
Please include your name and the title of your image on the back of your photo. Please note, your photo will not be returned to you.
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Email your 300 dpi high resolution image to: Laura.Amussen@goucher.edu.
Please include your name and the title of your image in the file name.
December 1, 2016 – February 13, 2017: Rolling Submission
January 3 – February 22, 2017: Exhibition on view
Friday, February 3, 2017: Artist’s talk and reception 7-8:30 p.m. in the Rosenberg Gallery
Moonlit, will be a Creators Festival showcasing and celebrating the work of women and non-binary creators of color based in Baltimore and the greater DMV area. We are looking for vendors and spoken word artists/poets to celebrate and showcase during our festival.
The art world, much like our society as a whole, is plagued with racism and patriarchal values that harm those who are oppressed at the intersections of race and gender. This event provides a much-needed space for women and non-binary creators of color to shine. Moonlit will feature a wide variety of vendors, workshops, panels and live music.
If you would like to vend or have an idea for a workshop, contact us! Deadline to submit is Dec 21
To apply please follow these guidelines:
1. Send a message to both (firstname.lastname@example.org & Hyrsteriazine@gmail.com) in the flier with the title: Baltimore Creators Fest
2. Introduce yourself and your work.
3. State how you would like to be involved: vendor and/or poetry reading (or if you would like to be involved in some other way)
4. Attach 2-3 samples of your work!
BIG INK is partnering with Pyramid Atlantic Arts Center for an event that fosters appreciation for the art of woodcut printmaking. On April 1st & 2nd, 2017 BIG INK will bring a 48” x 96” mobile printmaking press to Pyramid. BIG INK volunteers will help pre selected artists print woodcuts en plein air. The finished prints will be hung in a highly visible area, creating a viewing gallery for all to enjoy.
The participating artists, selected by Lyell Castonguay, director of BIG INK, will bring giant carved wood blocks measuring at least 24″ x 36″ in size. Visitors will witness woodcuts being printed in an open forum. Handouts will explain the process, its history, and context in contemporary art. In addition, the artists who created the work will be in attendance to network and answer questions. The prints created at BIG INK events are exhibited in university galleries, art centers, and museums, such as a recent show in Seoul, Korea.
If you’re interested in creating a large woodcut for this event please visit http://www.bigink.org/apply. The deadline to apply is Jan 23rd, 2017.
The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) is inviting teen creatives to join the BOPA Youth Arts Council in order for Baltimore’s youth perspective to be heard in arts programming and policy. We are seeking creative young people between the ages of 14 and 19 who have an interest in the arts, writing, event planning and education policy.
BOPA will select a group of dedicated, art-loving teens from across Baltimore City to serve on our new Youth Arts Council. The council will be designed by and for teens to inspire and empower other local youth through arts programming and advocacy.
The Youth Arts Council will meet after school at BOPA in downtown Baltimore to discuss ideas in a fun and creative environment while collaborating with each other and arts professionals. The council will produce programs and events for Light City and Artscape such as workshops, performances, special events and other activities that tie into existing programs.
The Youth Arts Council will also learn about education policy in order to advocate for equal access to the arts for all Baltimore City youth.
Benefits of being on the BOPA Youth Council:
• Honoraria/Stipend (teens get paid!)
• Build leadership skills
• Experience alternative methods of making and seeing
• Organize exhibitions and events
• Build policy knowledge
• Engage with artists and arts professionals
• and more!
All applications are due on Wednesday, February 1, 2017.
More info: http://promotionandarts.org/arts-council/bopa-youth-arts-council