Friday, 6.3.16 - 6.17.16
We are delighted to announce that StoryCorps’ Mobile Tour is here in Baltimore and will be stationed on our campus this summer—you may have noticed that the recording vehicle is already parked in front of the Fox Building. StoryCorps will stay in Cohen Plaza through June 17. If you are interested in participating, click here to see the calendar and make a reservation.
feat. Grad Studies' Own Marcus Civin
Saturday, June 11, 12:00 PM
Join us at School 33 Art Center at 12pm on June 11, 2016 for performances by Marcus Civin and Bobby English Jr., followed by an artist panel and discussion of the ideas surrounding the current exhibition, Shape Shifters: Performative Constructions.
Performance art exists within the realm of the ephemeral, even when sculptural objects and environments are utilized by the artist. Shape Shifters presents performance works that explore the tangible and the tactile, incorporating layered, task-based actions relating to the sculptural elements of each piece. These are fluid, experiential spaces that exist in a performer-activated state, as well as in a state of stillness- holding the energy created by the performer’s actions.
Tuesday, 6.21.2016, 6:30 - 8:30 PM
Motor House, 120 W. North Avenue
Join BmoreArt for a panel discussion with four artists who have receieved significant grants in the region: Wendel Patrick, Lu Zhang, Edgar Reyes, and Ashley Minner. Moderated by Erin Fostel, this conversation will include grant-winning strategies and an honest discussion of the actual impact - and responsibilities - of grant funding on one's art practice. This discussion features artists from our new print journals! See the Facebook Event here.
Deadline: June 30
The prize awards $6,000 to a visual artist or visual artist collaborators living and working in Baltimore City. The prize is intended to provide funding for travel essential to an artist’s studio practice that the artist may not otherwise be able to afford. More Info
Listed on the Creative Capital Blog. See the post here!
feat. George Ciscle (Director of the Curatorial Practice MFA), as Juror and Awards Judge
Submission Deadline: July 22
You are cordially invited to enter the Rehoboth Art League’s 7th Regional Juried Biennial Exhibition. Open to all artists living in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, West Virginia and Washington, D.C. There will be $2,500 in prizes awarded, as well as a 2017 Solo RAL exhibition for the Best in Show Award Artist. The competition is open to all artists (Member or non-Member), in any medium, both professional and amateur. More information here.
Deadline: June 15
Each month, VSC welcomes over 50 artists and writers from across the country around the world to our historic campus in northern Vermont. To apply & for more information click here.
Deadline: June 30
The Public Art Grant is a four-week residency for women artists to create new public art projects for our town, Rosendale, New York. This opportunity is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and is intended to highlight the economic impact artists have in their communities. More Info
The membership manager is responsible for acquiring, growing, and maintaining a robust membership base for Open Works, a 34,000 sq. ft. maker space located in central Baltimore. Open Works will begin operations in September 2016. Access will be available to the public through memberships. See the job post here.
Deadline: June 24
The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts and the Baltimore Office of Sustainability’s Growing Green Initiative welcome proposals from visual and performing artists, designers, and architects for their grant program, Lots Alive. Lots Alive supports the creation of temporary public art projects sited on vacant lots within the Baltimore City limits. More Info