Deadline: May 31, 2015
VisArts has an exciting opportunity for artists ages 17 – 27 in the DC, Maryland, Virginia, area to submit their application for review for our second Gen-Y exhibit in our Kaplan Gallery from June 23 – August 24 2015.
Gen-Y is an opportunity for young emerging artists to showcase their work in a professional art gallery. Work will be juried into the show by Peter Dubeau, Associate Dean for Continuing Studies at Maryland Institute of College Art (MICA), and Molly Nuzzo, Assistant Professor of Art at Montgomery College.
Online applications are due by May 31, 2015 11:00 pm at visartscenter.org/call-for-entries.
Please keep in mind that submission does not guarantee acceptance. Applicants should have never shown in a professional gallery previously. Previous Gen-Y applicants are welcome to apply.
Application Deadline: Sunday, May 31 2015, 11:00 pm
Artists can complete the online application through http://visarts.submittable.com/submit/40776
For more information, please go on the website visartsatrockville.org.
Please send any questions via email with “VisArts Gen-Y Open Call” in the subject line to Anita Dey, Exhibitions Coordinator, at email@example.com
The link for interested professionals to serve on the Public Art Commission is now available on the BOPA website. You can access the application directly here.
Members of the Public Art Commission serve as advisors and determine whether and to what extent artwork is appropriate for a particular construction project; oversee selection of artists and artwork for a particular project, determine submission requirements for public art proposals or qualifications, and review and determine allocation of eligible funds for the creation of artwork; the maintenance of existing artwork; and the performance of the Commission’s other functions and duties (as described in the City of Baltimore Public Art Guidelines). Commission members are generally expected to serve a 4 year term. Occasionally there is a need to find replacement candidates in the midst of a term. The intent of this application process is to identify candidates interested in joining the commission to serve for the remainder of the current term which runs through December 2016.
The Commission consists of 9 members: 8 are appointed by the Mayor and approved by the City Council and 1 is appointed by the President of City Council. By Ordinance, the commission is to be composed of the following:
• 1 Must be a professional visual artist; OPENING
•1 Must be a curator or art historian from an established Baltimore Arts or Educational institution;
• 1 Must be a licensed architect in the State of Maryland;
• 1 Must be a licensed engineer in the State of Maryland;
• 4 Must be persons chosen from related disciplines, such as landscape architects, design professionals, urban planners, conservators, art educators, art administrators and citizens interested in civic improvement. OPENING
ALL MEMBERS MUST RESIDE OR WORK IN THE CITY OF BALTIMORE
In compliance with the Open Meetings Act of Maryland the Public Art Commission holds its regular monthly meetings at 4:30pm at the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (10 E. Baltimore Street, 10th Floor, Baltimore, MD 21218) on the third Wednesday of every month.
Inlight Richmond 2015
Deadline: May 31, 2015
1708 Gallery, a non-profit based in Richmond, VA, invites national and international artists working in all media and disciplines (including performance) to submit proposals for InLight Richmond 2015, 1708 Gallery’s 8th annual one-night, public exhibition of light-based art and performance.
Proposals for InLight Richmond 2015 should involve, be inspired by, investigate, or interpret themes of light, from light as medium to light as concept. (Existing work, as well as proposals for new projects, will be considered.) 1708 Gallery also encourages artists to propose projects that respond directly to the site.
InLight Richmond 2015 will take place on the grounds of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts including the E. Claiborne and Lora Robins Sculpture Garden. Potential sites for installations and performances include pathways, walls, sidewalks, green spaces, trees, benches, building facades, and more. You may propose a specific site for both pre-existing and site-r esponsive works. Please indicate if your work is site-specific on your entry form. 1708 Gallery reserves the right to make final assignments.
Deadline: Sun May 31st, 2015
Location: 1708 Gallery 319 W. Broad St Richmond, Virginia 23220 United States of America
Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment, Inc. is now accepting entries for its new outdoor film series reel B.A.D. film nights in Downtown Baltimore’s Bromo Arts District. On the third Tuesday of each month from June – September 2015, we will showcase and celebrate Baltimore-based art and filmmaking alongside feature film favorites, and brews & snacks from local vendors.
CALL FOR ENTRIES
This series was conceived as a platform to celebrate the city, its people, and its stories. We want to keep the critical conversation about social justice in Baltimore going and we strongly encourage individuals at all skill levels creating work around these issues to submit. Please note that content is not limited to these issues and we do hope to receive a range of material.
Baltimore-based artists & filmmakers are invited to submit time-based media (10 minutes or less) including film, video, installations and projections.
Please read full call & more info here before submitting.
Submission form here.
Submission deadline: Friday, May 22, 2015, 11:59pm
FILM NIGHTS (SAVE THE DATES)
Third Tuesdays, 8-11pm (films begin 8:30pm)
- June 16
- July 21
- August 18
- September 15
(feature film line-up to be announced soon!)
200 W. Lexington Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
Get in touch with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or 410.528.7710.
Please join Downtown Partnership for a design discussion about McKeldin Plaza on Tuesday, May 12, from 3-5pm. The meeting takes place at Downtown Partnership’s office, 20 S. Charles Street, 6th floor. RSVPs are required to attend, and a photo ID must be shown to enter the building. Email McKeldin@dpob.org by Monday, May 11 at 12pm.
Charlotte Street Foundation, a nationally leading, artist-supporting, non-profit organization located in Kansas City, Missouri, is seeking applications from visual artists, performing artists, and writers interested in being considered for its Studio Residency Program. Applications are due MONDAY, May 11, 2015 to be considered for a year-long studio residency term beginning September 2015.
Entering its twelfth year, the Studio Residency Program provides free studio spaces, rehearsal spaces, artistic and professional development support, and public exposure for exceptional young, emerging and/or already accomplished artists, fostering creative production, artistic experimentation, collaboration, career development, and community building. Studios are located on upper level floors of office buildings in downtown Kansas City and are workspaces only; the program does not provide residential accommodations. The studios are not furnished and do not include access to specialized equipment.