Virginia Center for the Creative Arts Residency
Deadline Approaching!
Apply now for the opportunity to become a Creative Fellow
 

Image: Studio barns at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Photo credit: Margaret Ingraham.

 
The Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, through its Creative Fellowships program, annually supports residencies for writers, composers, and visual artists at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. The visiting artist is provided with a private studio, room and board, and the company of other artists from around the nation, for an intensive period of self-guided creative exploration and development. In addition to sponsorship support, a modest travel subsidy is awarded to the selected artist.Interested artists in Delaware, Maryland, New York, and West Virginia should apply directly to the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. For residencies occurring in the 2017 calendar year, support is still available for artists from Delaware and West Virginia. Artists interested in being considered should apply directly to the colony. More information is available here.

The next deadline for applications is May 15, 2017.

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation also provides support for residencies at the Millay Colony for the Arts through its Creative Fellowships program for artists residing in the District of Columbia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Want to learn more about the Creative Fellowships?  We’ve updated our website with a program overview and FAQ page. For more information, please click here.

Image: Studio barns at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Photo credit: Margaret Ingraham.

The Urban Arts Leadership Program (UALP) is a program of the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA) and was designed to increase the participation of groups that have been historically underrepresented, particularly those of color, in the management of cultural and artistic organizations.

UALP is a pipeline for high achieving young leaders (college seniors or recent graduates) who have demonstrated a strong commitment to this goal. The Program offers professional development, networking opportunities, and paid Fellowship placements to aspiring arts administrators. Equally important, UALP offers Fellowship Host organizations tools and training that support institutional changes that encourage greater equity and inclusion.

The development of UALP has been guided by community input and the participation of more than 30 administrators from partnering cultural organizations. It is an immediate response to the needs of early career professionals and is meant to strengthen the cultural field.

Call and Response: Art Between Artists

Featuring the Work of Sallah Jenkins and Alma Roberts

Baltimore, MD, April 16, 2017 – The upcoming fine art exhibition Call and Response: Art between Artists will take place at the Eubie Blake National Jazz and Cultural Center 847 N. Howard Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201.  The exhibition will run between May 7th and June 24th, 2017.  This exhibition is not to be missed!

Call and Response is an exhibition of fine artworks by ceramic artist Sallah Jenkins and painter Alma Roberts. Through a collaborative process, these artists bring refreshing interpretations to the “call and response” idiom of musical liturgy. The interplay of their artwork creates a contemporary discourse deeply rooted in the African American experience. The art included in the exhibition results from “Conversations” between the artists.  As one artist gives the call the other responds through their art and vice versa; thus, operating in the true “call and response” tradition.

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The Community Lead is a volunteer/work-trade during our daytime operating hours (M-F, 8 to 7) and focuses on maintaining a positive, friendly space for members and guests.
 
We ask our Community Leads to commit to serving Impact Hub members during one five-hour shift every week for four months (May 1 – September 30), and in exchange, we offer membership perks!

    Click here to Apply!   

Vox Populi is happy to announce an open call for VOX XIII – our thirteenth annual juried exhibition of emerging artists, which will take place July 7th – July 30th 2017. The deadline for submissions is Sunday May 07, 2017.

To apply, download a prospectus here and follow the instructions.  The application is on SlideRoom and can be accessed here.

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construyendo una vida artística sostenible

intensivo gratuito de Artists U/Baltimore

Por qué son los artistas pobres y por qué no debieran serlo

Herramientas que artistas han usado para hacer las cosas más fáciles

Como construir una vida equilibrada, productiva, y sostenible

Basándose en diez años de trabajo con artistas a nivel local e internacional, artistas líderes delinearán estrategias para reconectarnos con nuestros profundos valores, construyendo comunidad, y aniquilando los dos demonios de la vida del artista: tiempo y dinero.

¿Cuánto cuesta? Es gratuito (pero el número de asistentes a cada clase es limitado).

¿Para quién es? Cualquier artista de Baltimore que hable español o que sea bilingüe.

¿Hay que asistir a las dos sesiones? Si.

¿Habrá bebidas? Por supuesto. Y almuerzo el Sábado.

¿Cómo me inscribo? Llama o escribe a Ashley 410-245-4303 / ashley@artistsu.org

                                    Tambien se puede inscriber por www.artistsu.org

Viernes, 2 de Junio, 7:00-8:30pm

Sábado, 3 de Junio, 10:00 am-5:00 pm

 

Creative Alliance

3134 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore MD 21224

Artists U/Baltimore es un programa del Greater Baltimore Cultural Aliance.

Apoyo para Artists U/Baltimore es proporcionado por: The Deutsch Foundation, The William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund, creator of the Baker Artist Awards www.BakerArtistAwards.org, The Surdna Foundation, and Leveraging Investments in Creativity.

The 2017 Sondheim Finalists are Mequitta Ahuja, Mary Anne Arntzen, Cindy Cheng, Sara Dittrich, Benjamin Kelley, Kyle Tata, and Amy Yee.

The museum exhibition of Sondheim Finalists will be hosted at The Walters from June 17 – August 13, 2017 with free admission for all visitors. Besides the Saturday, July 15, award ceremony and reception, the museum is planning to host a series of artist talks with the finalists that will be open to the public. Additionally, BmoreArt and Area 405 will curate an Artscape Gallery Network exhibition to recognize the past 70 Sondheim Finalists with a reception on June 30th.

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