New American Paintings Annual MFA Competition
Eligibility: We define the activity of painting broadly, and all styles and media are welcome, as long as the work is singular. Artists applying to the MFA competition may also apply to their respective regional competition in the same calendar year.
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CAA Membership & Conference Fee Discount
Propose to GradEx!
Submission Deadline: Thursday, 11/14/2013
- Show title.
- Images of the work (jpeg, 72dpi, 1200 pixels on the long side)- may include sketches of proposed work.
- Dimensions and medium of the work.
- Any other pertinent images or information that will help the selection committee visualize your plan.
Email proposal to MICAGradEx@gmail.com. Use the show you are applying for as the subject line.
Station North Art Market
- Items being sold must be produced by the vendor.
- Vendors must reside within Baltimore Metro Area.
- A $25 vendor fee must be paid in advance to reserve a table space for each respective arts market. Vendor fees will be collected via cash or paypal once the vendor has been notified of approval to participate.
- Name and zip code
- Attach example images/link to a portfolio website just to give us an idea of the items you'd like to sell at the arts market.
- Give us an idea of the price range of the art you are selling.
- A short artist bio.
Station North's Final Friday Event
Friday, November 29th @ 2107 and 2109 N. Charles St.
Call for Papers: "Rethinking Intellectual Activism," First Annual Language, Literacy and Culture Graduate Student Conference at UMBCDeadline: 11/30
From the Organizing Committee: "We are seeking submissions of full panel discussions, roundtable discussions, individual papers, performative works, or art installations for our conference, which is titled “Rethinking Intellectual Activism.” This is an excellent opportunity for graduate students to share their work with their peers and network with a diverse body of scholars and activists. We look forward to a day of inspiring dialogues that engage graduate students from all social sciences and humanities inter/disciplines and activists working to bring social justice on various political fronts."
"Rethinking Intellectual Activism" will take place Saturday, April 12, 2014 at UMBC.
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