Interested in being an Arts Every Day Teaching Artist or provider? Do you want to know how to effectively reach Baltimore City Public Schools for your arts programming? Come to our Teaching Artist Orientation!
Learn how to become an Arts Every Day provider, how to connect with teachers and schools in our network, and what professional development resources are available for you. Arts Every Day teaching artist Brittany Roger from The Drawing Zoo will be a featured speaker.
Arts Every Day Teaching Artist Orientation
Thursday, November 2nd, 2017 2:30-3:30pm
The Motor House, 120 W. North Avenue Baltimore, MD 21201
3rd Floor Conference Room
There will also be a grant writing workshop with the Enoch Pratt Library right after the orientation at 4pm. You can RSVP here.
Application Deadline: Friday, October, 6, 2017 at midnight
Maryland Art Place (MAP) is excited to restore the Curators’ Incubator program, slated to open May of 2018. MAP established Curators’ Incubator in 2004 as a platform for aspiring curators to grow. In this program, MAP’s gallery is made available to an emerging curator or curatorial team to develop a creative, curatorial vision as part of a 9-month mentored partnership initiative. The program provides approximately 2,200 square feet of gallery space in downtown Baltimore, located within the Bromo Arts District.
MAP is open to exhibition proposals of all types. Curators’ proposals will be juried by MAP’s staff and Programming Advisory Committee (PAC) this October, 2017. After the initial review of proposals, up to five curators will be selected for advancement to phase two of the application process where they will be required to formally present and expand upon their proposal to the PAC in November.
Proposal Must Contain:
Online application form
Statement of intent
Short biography for each artist intended for inclusion in proposed exhibition
Comprehensive Budget (see prospectus for details)
To view the full prospectus click here!
To download the application, click here!
October 6, 2017: Complete Proposals Due
November 2017: Select Proposal Presentations
December 2017: Curators Announced
May 17, 2018: Curators Incubator Exhibition Opening
Questions? Email MAP’s Program Manager, Naomi, Naomi@mdartplace.org!
The Bunting Neighborhood Leadership Program (BNLP) is a one-of-a-kind initiative led by the Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute. We recognize that Baltimore neighborhoods have a wealth of community members with passion, leadership, and vision who know their communities best – and are therefore well positioned to address community problems. However, there are limited resources available at the neighborhood level for leadership training. To address this issue and support emerging leaders, the BNLP will cultivate and train neighborhood-level and community-based leaders to build with them the knowledge, skills, and mentorship to improve neighborhood health outcomes.
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The Spartanburg Art Museum seeking proposals for solo and group exhibitions for 2018 and 2019!
We’re interested in all types of work that address contemporary issues and concerns, use traditional materials in unusual ways, and elevate our visitors’ experiences to new levels of participation and engagement.
Any individual, collective, or group of artists located regionally, nationally, or internationally (ages 18+) may apply. All mediums and themes will be considered for exhibition.
APPLICATION FEE: $35 US
APPLICATION DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 30 2017
Click the link below to pay the application fee. Once your payment has been processed, a download link will appear on the “Thank You” page. You will also receive a confirmation email with a download link to access the application form. This download link will be valid for 30 days or until September 30, 2017 (whichever comes first.)
For more information, contact our Exhibitions Coordinator + Designer, Ashleigh Shuler at 864.582.7616 x 254 or email email@example.com.
WHAT: Now Be Here #4, DMV (DC/MD/VA)
Female and female-identifying artists are frequently overlooked in the art world—just 30% of artists represented by commercial galleries are women, and women artists only have about 25% of the solo shows at major museums. In partnership with Los Angeles-based artist Kim Schoenstadt, the Now Be Here project comes to the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) in Washington, D.C., for its fourth and final U.S. iteration.
Now Be Here #4, DMV will gather female and female-identifying visual artists for a group photograph of historic proportions. Previous Now Be Here gatherings have taken place in Los Angeles, New York City and Miami where, collectively, more than 2,000 women artists participated. Co-organized by D.C.-based artist Linn Meyers, this version will also feature a cocktail hour and an artist resource fair with representatives from numerous arts organizations in the DMV. In addition, Now Let’s Talk, a dynamic schedule of talks, lectures and panel discussions, will bring museums and organizations across the region together to highlight female artists and discuss issues of women in the arts.
The project website will list the artists in attendance so every artist is identified.
Invitations to local artists will be sent out in September. If you are with the media and interested in covering the event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the press list.
Wed., October 25, 2017, 6:30 p.m.
Free. Pre-registration for artists is required. Invitations will be sent in September.
Now Be Here #4, DMV is a free, event for female and female-identifying artists. If you would like an invitation please e-mail: email@example.com.
Tectonic Space is accepting submissions for their upcoming show, What May Be, focusing on futuristic visions.
One of the most powerful elements of science fiction and fantasy mediums is their ability to depict worlds that challenge our views and what we are familiar with. They can depict worlds not bound to our norms or expectations. These genres can offer warnings or promises, predicting possible darker or brighter futures, and imagine the societal, environmental, and political impacts of our current actions.
This show is open to all mediums reflecting the above theme.
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The removal of Baltimore’s Confederate monuments has captured the attention of the public and inspired artists and others to propose ideas for what might happen next at the four sites left behind. In response, the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts has created an online portal, “Monumental Sites,” to serve as a central repository for the public’s suggestions and ideas. Take a look at the Monumental Sites section on our Public Art page for more information: http://bit.ly/BOPAPublicArt