Chris White Community Development Corporation and Delaware Art Museum

Wilmington, Delaware

Teaching Artist and Curator in Residence Request for Proposals

Residency Description

Through a dynamic partnership with the Chris White Community Development Corporation, a teaching artist/curator will engage with the Delaware Art Museum and Chris White Gallery for a one-year residency from September through August. This unique program affords a teaching artist/curator an opportunity to gain on-site experience working within the various communities the Delaware Art Museum and Chris White Gallery serve. Valuable skills in setting curricula, developing partnerships, engaging with artists, and exhibition planning and execution will be supported and gained through an extensive mentorship program with Chris White Gallery Committee Members and staff in the Delaware Art Museum’s Curatorial and Learning & Engagement departments.

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VERSA brings contemporary art and dialogue to Chattanooga, Tennessee. We exhibit artists whose work facilitates critical discourse. Our goal is to foster experimentation, collaboration, and cross-disciplinary exchange.

Proposal Process:

In an email attachment as a .pdf or .zip file please submit the following:

  • Contact information (Name, email, phone number, and website)
  • Artist biography and statement
  • CV (no more than 2 pages)
  • Written proposal statement
  • Image list (5 -10 images) with titles, dimensions, mediums, and dates (Preferred 690 pixels x 690 pixels at 300 dpi)

All inquiries and submissions should be sent to:

Submissions will be reviewed by the VERSA team and selected applicants will be contacted by one of the team members.

Thank you for your time and interest!

The application is available via SlideRoom, here 
This opportunity is particularly for emerging artists without commercial representation who push boundaries in terms of form and content, employ alternative methodologies and want to expose their practice to new audiences. Vox Populi is interested in highlighting work in all media that is ambitious, timely and risk-taking.

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The Theatre Arts Program at Coppin State University will hold open auditions for its Second Annual Theatre Scholarships Screening.  The event is scheduled Saturday, May 5th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Theatre Lab, located on the lower level of the Grace Hill Jacobs Building on campus.

To be eligible for theatre scholarship awards, auditionees must:

  • Be a US citizen
  • Major in theatre
  • Be admitted to Coppin State University
  • Be a new (high school or transfer) or continuing student
  • Demonstrate financial need (via the Office of Financial Aid)
  • Maintain an overall cumulative 2.0 grade point average
  • Make measurable progress toward the degree goal

For the audition, eligible candidates should prepare two contrasting monologues (example: one comic, one serious or one classical piece, one modern selection), not to exceed a total of three minutes. Auditionees should bring a headshot and resume if available.  Singers should be prepared to sing as one of the two selections.  Those interested in design/technical theatre should bring samples of their work to present to the scholarship committee as part of a formal interview. For more guidelines and tips, go to the Coppin Repertory Theatre website at  

Candidates must apply for admission to Coppin State University. Before any scholarship money can be awarded, all candidates must be admitted. To apply for admission, go to

For more information about the theatre scholarships or the theatre arts program, contact Dr. Garey Hyatt at (410) 951-3369 or e-mail

Gallery CA and Waller Gallery

Strength in Practice

June 1st – July 19th

Opening Friday, June 1st , 2018 6-10pm

“Strength in theory is based on physicality or mental fortitude. Strength in practice is not so easily evaluated.” – Curator Joy Davis

The exhibition “Strength In Practice” (June 1, 2018 –July 19, 2018) will contribute to conversations about mental health, body image, gender, violence, peace, and perception. The exhibition is not attempting to define a word, but unpack the world’s anxieties about a concept that could be equated with words like love and justice.

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40 Baltimore-based artists and 20 regional and national arts consultants will convene for two days of intensive professional development, community building, and networking. This retreat – conceived by The Contemporary in 2016 – is in service of deepening networks, opportunities, and practices in Baltimore’s arts community. The Baltimore Artist Retreat features topical workshops, panel discussions, seminars, and presentations by participating artists. The retreat is free for all selected artists and includes transportation to and from the center, lodging, and all meals.

The 2018 Baltimore Artist Retreat is supported by the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation and the T. Rowe Price Foundation. 

Literary, visual, performing, and sound artists currently residing in Baltimore City and Baltimore County are invited to submit an application. 

Participating artists will be selected to attend the retreat based on the following criteria: 

  • an interest in expanding artistic networks;
  • a need to access professional development resources;
  • a desire to share one’s practice with a broader audience;
  • a demonstrated commitment to Baltimore’s arts community.

Participating artists will be required to:

  • be open, present, and willing to act as a resource to fellow artists at the retreat and beyond;
  • attend all scheduled sessions and remain on site for the entirety of the retreat;
  • introduce one’s practice in a six minute public presentation to fellow retreat guests;
  • complete a survey and submit to artist retreat staff before Friday, August 10th, 2018.

Applications will close at 12 PM on Monday, May 7th, 2018.