Baltimore’s Bring The Noise Network is seeking Theater professionals to teach. Click through for more information.
The City of Baltimore and the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) in collaboration with the Baltimore City Department of Transportation (DOT) are seeking a qualified artist or team to create a new design and style guide for the City’s gateway signage. The deadline is August 21st, 2015. Click through for full information and the link to the application form.
The City of Baltimore, the Baltimore Public Art Commission, and the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts in collaboration with the Baltimore City Department of General Services and St Vincent de Paul is seeking to commission a professional artist or artist team to create artwork for permanent display as part of Sarah’s Hope. The deadline is August 7th, 2015. Click through for more information and for the link to the submission form.
Performing Arts Exchange wants to get the word out to Baltimore-area performing artists and presenters about two pre-conferences for the PAE in Baltimore, on Monday, September 28, 2015, 12:00-4:30pm. Click through for more information and to see flyers for these informative sessions.
Maryland Art Place (MAP), in partnership with Cyberpoint International is seeking a female visual artist to create an artwork that will be part of Cyberpoint’s “Women in Cyber Security” reception this fall. The submission deadline is August 1st, 2015. Click through for full information.
Maryland Art Place (MAP) is partnering with Green Spring Station for it’s fall IMPACT project this year. MAP seeks an artist or team of artists to create an original temporary indoor installation comprised of items from the merchants of Green Spring Station. The submission deadline is August 15th, 2015. Click through for full information.
People have played games for millennia. Play is not only an escape, but also a tool for learning how to live in the world around us. Games help us connect with one another, build skill sets, and most importantly exercise the human imagination. It is through our imaginations that all possibilities can be conceived: alternate universes, creative problem solving, or even to better understand the stranger next door.