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Residency Unlimited Co-sponsored Visual AIDS Residency

March 2015

A one-month residency, to take place in March of 2015, in New York City for a curator, art historian, or arts writer interested in the intersection of visual art and HIV/AIDS. Co-sponsored by Visual AIDS and Residency Unlimited, the curatorial residency seeks to encourage the development of exhibitions, programs, and scholarship about HIV/AIDS and contemporary art.

Residency Unlimited will provide the curator with customized administrative and network support, shared office space at 360 Court Street in Brooklyn and a venue for a public program (lecture/screening/discussion) defined in conjunction with RU and Visual AIDS. Concurrently, the resident curator will conduct research at Visual AIDS in the Archive Project and online Artists Registry. The Visual AIDS office is located in the Chelsea art district in New York City. The Archive and Registry at Visual AIDS holds over 20,000 images by approximately 662 artists living with HIV and those who have passed away. Studio visits with artists from the Archive Project are strongly encouraged. The resident curator is invited to create an online exhibition to be hosted by Visual AIDS (see Visual AIDS monthly Web Galleries at: http://www.visualaids.org/gallery).

The resident curator will be invited to produce a free, public event co-hosted by RU and Visual AIDS. Panel discussions, film screenings, performances, or a lecture highlighting the curator’s use of Visual AIDS’ resources or a presentation of international cultural production around HIV/AIDS are examples of potential programs.

The residency includes round-trip transportation to New York City, accommodations and $1000 stipend.

International applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. English speaking and writing skills are required

Please submit a C.V. and a Statement of Purpose (maximum 2 pages) outlining your goals for the residency, and any past or current projects that have led you to cultural investigations around HIV/AIDS. Special consideration will be given to applicants living outside of NYC from locations without support for cultural production about AIDS, LGBT, and gender issues.

Applications are due November 7, 2014. Applicants will be notified by December 8, 2014

The one-month residency must take place between March 1 and March 31, 2015

For more info, please click here.

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CRP Community Info Session on October 29th, 6:30- 9pm, at the Baltimore Design School! RSVP HERE

Baltimore Design School
1500 Barclay St.
Baltimore, MD 21202

About Critical Response Process (CRP)

Liz Lerman’s Critical Response Process is a widely-recognized method that nurtures the development of artistic works-in-progress through a four-step, facilitated dialogue between artists, peers, and audiences. In use for over 20 years, CRP has been embraced by artmakers, educators, and administrators at theater companies, dance departments, orchestras, museums and more. CRP has deepened dialogue between artists and audiences; it has enhanced learning between teachers and students. By extension it has proven valuable for all kinds of creative endeavors, work situations, and collaborative relationships within and beyond the arts, from kindergartens to corporations.

Liz has led dozens of Critical Response workshops and intensives on four continents. A few recent examples include intensives at the University of Georgia, to theater practitioners in both Ireland and Scotland, and with the Blue Touch Paper new-works series of the London Sinfonietta. In 2013 she traveled to Australia to teach CRP intensives on both coasts.

CRP in Baltimore

The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA) is excited to be bringing Critical Response Process (CRP) training to Baltimore. As part of GBCA’s professional development services and with support from the William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund and the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation, Ms. Lerman and her colleague and co-author John Borstel will personally conduct all training sessions.

On Wednesday, October 29, Liz Lerman will lead a free, introductory session on Critical Response Process for 75 to 80 participants. Individuals should expect to actively participate in the session and must come prepared to discuss a project or work in progress to explore during the training. (A full schedule may be found below.)

Liz Lerman will provide leadership for six sessions and will be supported by John Borstel for three of these sessions. Facilitators-in-training will begin offering their services to local organizations and artists but will do so in pairs. The pairing process has been found to support the quality of facilitation and engender confidence and further learning on the part of the facilitators. The facilitation service will be offered through the GBCA website, but all agreements will be made between the facilitators and the individual or organization contracting for their service. The facilitator teams may charge a modest fee for their services. Participating organizations and artists will be surveyed on the quality and impact of CRP.

http://www.baltimoreculture.org/programs/professional-development-training/critical-response-process-crp#.VFD6lDTF81I

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2014 Highlandtown Arts District Exhibition

An annual multi-venue extravaganza highlighting the talent and nexus points of art activity in Highlandtown

Qualifications:  Must be a resident or maintain a studio space in Highlandtown,
or be a member of the Creative Alliance

Exhibition Dates (all locations):  November 14 – 29, 2014

All Opening Receptions:  Friday, November 15th

ALL ARTWORK MUST BE DROPPED OFF WITH THIS FORM COMPLETED
on Tuesday & Wednesday, November 11th & 12th at the Creative Alliance by 7:00 pm.

ALL ARTWORK MUST BE PICKED UP FROM THE VENUE WHERE YOU SHOWED BYTHURSDAY, DECEMBER 4th

NO LATE ARTWORK WILL BE ACCEPTED, NO EXCEPTIONS!

Submit up to 3 pieces to be exhibited at one of eight (8) Highlandtown venues.
Venue decisions for all artworks are collaboratively made by the gallery directors of each space: The Amalie Rothschild Gallery at the Creative Alliance, Dan Schiavone Fine Art, Threadquarters BTQ Gallery, Highlandtown Gallery, Roof Top Hot, Two-Tone Artistry & Vapors, High Grounds Coffee Roasters, and the new Cohesion Theater

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Sentiments Winter Inspired Work December 2014 Call for Art
Mail Checks Attention to Erin McElroy, Lakeside Legacy Foundation
401 Country Club Road, Crystal Lake, IL 60014

APPLY TO THIS CALL

Submit works that evoke emotion of the winter season, a memory of a gift received/opened or one you once gave. Reflections from a poem, word, or lyric/verse that captures the ‘sentiments’ of the season can be reflected in the submission to the ‘Winter Reflections/Sentiments’ call for art. One to three works from each applicant, applications will be juried and selected. The jury encourages artists to submit work(s) that express/interpret the theme through their own unique lens and definition of ‘Winter Sentiments’. We are looking for the exhibit to compliment the holiday season, winter months, and bring some warmth and happiness to the Lakeside Legacy Foundation. Entry deadline is October 27th.

All two dimensional works are encouraged, mediums may be varied. Artists should be aware that there are considerable Holiday decorations such as trees, garland, and plants. No decorations will cover work, but will be throughout the historic property. The Sage Gallery at Lakeside is located within the 1922 annex (once the original country club) now the arts park main gallery.

Accepted work will be a part of the December 5th First Friday from 5pm-8pm. The exhibit will be publicly displayed from December 5th – 22nd. This juried exhibit joins a time honored Christmas at the Dole holiday experience on December 5th that boasts attendance between 300-500 people.

This gallery opening on 12/5/14 includes complimentary appetizers provided to guests by Lakeside Legacy Foundation and a cash bar. Lakeside jointly markets with all accepted artists to promote this event. Marketing includes press releases, fliers, social media, postcards, etc. Each individual artist is expected to co-promote the event. Art sales are encouraged and the installation agreement details the 30% commission to Lakeside on any art sale. Sales tax is added to the final price of the art, and artist must submit pricing that includes the 30% commission amount. The application fee is $30 non-refundable fee. All accepted artists are required to complete a gallery agreement/contract and hold harmless. Artists who sell work must fill out a W9 form before art sales payment checks will be issued. Lakeside Legacy Foundation can take cash, check and credit cards for art sales.

Applications require 1-3 works of 2D art. Jury must receive the actual images you want reviewed for the showcase. Please submit professional/high resolution images for the jury to review. JPG must be titled, include actual dimension of work, and accurate orientation of the image. Original work, no prints.

Artist Guidelines

·         Lakeside works with rotating sets of jurors to choose work for each event. Incomplete entries will not be considered nor refunded.

·         Entry fee is nonrefundable or transferable.

·         Accepted works must be hand delivered Lakeside Legacy.

·         Foundation accepts no responsibility for unpacking. No shipments will be received.

·         The artwork installation date for accepted artists is Monday, December 1st from 9am-5pm.  Lakeside will work in conjunction with the artist to install work.

·         The take down date is Monday, December 22nd from 9am-5pm and artists will pick up their work at Lakeside. If artwork is not picked up by the agreed upon date a $75 storage fee per day will be assessed.

·         Work must come prepared and ready to install. Prepared work must be framed and wired (no saw tooth).

·         If not framed, mounted and matted and wired on the back.

·         A label must be affixed to the back of the artwork with the artist’s name, work title, and sale price.

·         Artwork must be professionally presented.

·         Title card should be on card stock no larger than 4in. x 4in.

·         Artists must also include a printed artist statement presentation ready. Can be printed on card stock or framed/mounted. Artist statement can’t be larger than 8in x10in.

·         Please provide any special hanging requirements

·         “1st  Fridays” and the curator reserve the right to reject any artwork that is deemed unsuitable including but not exclusive of work not ready to hang, unprofessional presentation, concern for condition of the piece, representation different than jpg or space availability.

·         Additional artist insights, quotes, or inspirations, business cards, or exhibit theme descriptions can be framed, mounted, and included into the exhibit if mutually agreed upon by Artist and Lakeside representative.

·         The Sage Gallery system is the Walker Hanging System.

·         Please download the floor plan site system to review the gallery walls and hanging system examples.

·         Substitutions of artwork are not allowed.

·         All accepted work that is for sale will be subject to a 30% commission if sold. Artists must submit at W9 before any sales checks will be issued. If not for sale, a title card must be included that states the work is not for sale or a part of a private collection.

·         Accepted artists must provide a price sheet that includes the title of the piece, size, and cost including the 30% commission fee.

·         Although “1st  Fridays”  and Lakeside Legacy Foundation will make every reasonable effort to protect your work while it is in our possession, we are not legally responsible for it. Therefore, please consider insuring your work while it is in our possession.

·         Submitted artwork may be used for exhibition purposes and publicity.

·         Artists are encouraged to attend the 12/5/14 art show from 5pm-8pm, market the event, and if unable to attend send a representative to the art show.

·         Accepted artists must sign a gallery agreement and hold harmless form that outlines exhibit specific information, guidelines, and details about the First Friday art show and installation and art take-down.

·         Artists are responsible for insuring their own work and/or equipment, taking down their own work, and providing labels/artist statement for their work.

·         Artist to accept full and total responsibility for all items/entries and agree to hold harmless the Lakeside Legacy Foundation, its officers, directors, sponsors, patrons, tenants, volunteers and its individual members from any liability or responsibility for any damage or loss to my person or any and all artwork submitted by the artist and so exhibited or in any way connected with the First Friday art show or the timeframe the work in on display.

·         USE OF NAME APPROVAL: Artist must submit, prior to use, proofs for any/all materials where the Legacy name and/or logo is used to market Artist show, exhibit, art sales of First Friday art show. Legacy will supply digital art and strict guidelines for its use, upon request.

·          A cancellation will result in a $30 fee to Lakeside Legacy Foundation. I have read this Agreement. I understand my responsibilities and agree to the conditions stated herein and on any required Addendum to this Agreement. A cancellation my also result in the artist being unable to apply to showcase for future events or art shows.

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Houston Center for Photography: 2015 Fellowship Exhibition Call for Entry
Houston Center for Photography
1441 West Alabama
Houston, TX 77006

APPLY TO THIS CALL

2015 FELLOWSHIPS CALL FOR ENTRIES Juried by Paul Kopeikin, Owner, Kopeikin Gallery (Los Angeles, CA) Deadline is October 24, 2014 at midnight. Two fellowship recipients will be awarded $3,000 each and a solo exhibition at HCP in the summer of 2015. One Houston-based artist (residing within a 100 mile radius of Houston including the Beaumont, Galveston, and College Station areas) will receive the Carol Crow Memorial Fellowship and another artist from anywhere in the world, outside the Houston area, will receive the HCP Fellowship. Paul Kopeikin, Owner, Kopeikin Gallery (Los Angeles, CA) will jury the fellowship selection.

ENTRY FEE: $35

MEMBERSHIP FEE: Starting at $35

TOTAL COSTS: $70+

All Entrants must be, or become, HCP members at the time of submission.

JUROR Paul Kopeikin

ELIGIBILITY: – Participants must be or become HCP members (any level) at the time of submission. CLICK HERE TO BECOME A MEMBER OF HCP (REQUIRED FOR SUBMISSION).

The competition is open to all artists working in photographic and lens-based work. – Any photographic process is acceptable as long as it is:

  • Original work
  • The body of work is still in development within the last two years
  • The body of work submitted as a whole has not been exhibited in a previous HCP Exhibition.

FEES: There is a $35 entry, which includes entry for 10 images or video. The maximum number of images artist can submit is 10. You are not required to submit 10 images. You may submit more than one entry. Each entry is $35.

RULES FOR ENTRY: – All submissions will go through CALLFORENTRY.ORG, you can create a free account – Entrants should upload up to 10 images or videos, an artist statement, and a resume/bio – Acceptance will be based on the body of work by each artist rather than on individual images.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

STEP 1. Verify your HCP Membership If you are a member but do not know your membership number please contact Sinai Tirado at 713-529-4755 x16 or sinai@hcponline.org If you are not a member of HCP you can become one online HERE YOU MUST BE AN HCP MEMBER TO COMPLETE YOUR SUBMISSION!

STEP 2. Prepare your images and all related texts. Carefully edit a group of no more than 10 images or videos that describe your current lens-based work. Images should be 72 dpi and larger than 1920 px. You will also need to have the following information available:

a. an artist statement

b. a resume, c/v, or bio

c. specific information for each piece: Title (for identification purposes) Year of exposure Size (height X width) Medium of finished work (inkjet print, chromogenic print, etc.) Pricing (estimate of final print value)

STEP 3. Uploading Images and text to CALLFORENTRY.ORG Create a free account on callforentry.org or log in to an existing account to upload your images and text. Upload images to My Profile.

STEP 4. Apply to Houston Center for Photography’s call for entry

a. log on to callforentry.org and make sure you are logged into your profile

b. on the top tool bar click Apply to Calls

c. scroll through the list to find Houston Center for Photography (it is set default to sort alphabetically so we should be almost halfway down the page)

d. click APPLY TO THIS CALL

e. accept the agreement for submission

f. Copy/Paste all text (Artist Statement, Resume, CV) into appropriate text boxes

g. Answer the remaining questions (you will need your membership number)

h. Add the images from your profile you would like to submit for this call for entry

i. Save your application

j. Complete your submission

STEP 5. Submit and Payment Confirm that you are a member of HCP. If you are unsure of your membership please email info@hcponline.org. If you are not currently a member of HCP please sign up for a membership HERE before completing your submission. We will contact all non-members at the close of the call and notify them that their submissions will be ineligible for selection and will not be included in the submissions reviewed by the Juror. After you receive an email receipt of payment, your submission process is complete.

NOTIFICATION OF RETURN: Applicants will be notified by DECEMBER 12, 2014. HCP retains the right to reject any selected work that differs from the work submitted.

LIABILITY & AGREEMENT: Works will be insured while on the premises of HCP. However, HCP cannot be responsible for damage or loss during transit. HCP retains the right to display and reproduce work accepted for this exhibition for publicity and promotional purposes. – Exhibiting artists pay for round-trip shipping of their work. Please do not ship work with packaging ‘peanuts.’ – Upon your acceptance, the work to be exhibited must be delivered ready-to-hang, and any pedestals or hardware needed for installation of the work. We require Black or White wood frames and bright white matting if applicable. – Artists exhibiting slide or video projection, installation or sculptural works beyond a two dimensional format must provide the hardware and equipment necessary to exhibit the work as it is intended to be shown. HCP does not provide slide or video projectors. – Your entry constitutes understanding and agreement with the conditions outlined in this prospectus. – HCP Memberships are non-refundable – HCP entry fees are non refundable after jurying begins

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS TO HCP INCLUDE: Subscription to Spot, discounts on workshops, and educational programs, access to members-only portfolio reviews, invitations to receptions, lectures, tours and special events. Membership also includes discounts at Connections program institutions and on Aperture magazine. Members have the opportunity to enter our other calls for entry, including HCP’s Annual Membership Exhibition (entry fee not included).

DEADLINES/CALENDAR:

Applicant Submission Deadline: OCTOBER 24, 2014

Applicant Notifications Sent: DECEMBER 12, 2014

Exhibition Dates: MAY 1 – JULY 5, 2015

Opening Reception: FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2015, 6 – 8 P.M.

FOR QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR SUBMISSION PLEASE CONTACT: Caroline Docwra, Programs Coordinator 713-529-4755 x15 exhibits@hcponline.org

TO VERIFY MEMBERSHIP PLEASE CONTACT: Sinai Tirado, Membership Coordinator, 713-529-4755 x16 sinai@hcponline.org