GPA Position Open, MA in Art Education
The successful candidate for this position should be:
- Familiar with a fast paced administrative environment
- Familiar with MS Office
- Familiar with Adobe Creative Suite
- Able to work independently
- Exhibit excellent interpersonal skills
Valued, but not required:
- Knowledge of Adobe Connect
- Familiar with the field of Art Education
Please send a brief email of interest and resume to Katie Faulstich at email@example.com. The subject of the email should indicate "GPA, MAAE: 2014."
The Rubys Individual Artist Grant Program
The Rubys were established in 2013 by the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance, with the vision and start-up funding from the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation, to provide meaningful support to individual artists as well as enrich the arts and broader community of Baltimore and the five surrounding counties. Artists may apply for one grant in one of four discipline categories—Performing Arts, Media Arts, Visual Arts, Literary Arts—and grants will be awarded in each discipline category. Artists may apply for grants of up to $10,000 to be applied to a project over a 12-month period.
CURRENT GRANT CYCLE
- Performing Arts and Media Arts
- Call for entry is open.
- Submission deadline is Sunday, February 2, 2014 at 11:59PM EST.
- Applications will be accepted online here.
Media Arts includes but is not limited to: film; audio and video projects; animation; computer graphics; sound art; digital arts; screenplay; teleplay; cross-disciplinary; experimental/emerging fields.
A complete application requires the following: project proposal; project timeline; project budget; artist resume/CV; artwork samples in digital form (images, video files, audio files, or documents).
Download the full grant guidelines here: GBCA Grant Project guidelines_Fall 2013
Graduate Pop-Up Events: Funding for Graduate Student Initiatives
- Proposals need to be student-led and initiated
- Proposals need to include students from more than one MICA graduate program
- Proposed activities or events need to involve at least 10 graduate student participants
- Collaborative proposals encouraged
Timeline for proposals
Proposals must be submitted 3 weeks before the intended activity.
Proposals will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. To assist in the evaluation process please be as accurate in your budget request as possible. Consider indicating an estimated range of funds (minimum to ideal) that would make the implementation of your event feasible.
- food for a opening reception
- film night or festival
- performance events evening
- interdepartmental critiques, conversations and studio visits
- invited lecturers or seminar discussions
To submit a proposal, please click this link: Graduate Pop-ups! Please direct questions to Graduate Program Coordinator Morgan Kempthorn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New American Paintings South Edition (Deadline: 12/31/2013)
Juror: René Morales
Curator, Pérez Art Museum Miami
To apply online you will need to prepare four jpegs of your work (no larger than 1200 pixels at their greatest dimension) and a credit card for the entry fee of $50. All styles and media are welcome, as long as the work is singular and two-dimensional.
Submission Deadline: December 31, 2013 (Midnight EST)
Click here to register and submit your entries to the Southern Competition*:
*If you have been featured in a past issue of New American Paintings then you already have an account on our new web site. DO NOT REGISTER A NEW ACCOUNT. If you wish to enter this year’s competition, please follow the instructions on the site to gain access to your account.
Apply online now to take advantage of our special offer! Subscribe to New American Paintings for $99/1-yr and your $50 entry will be free. This option is available to you when you register to pay for your competition.
Questions? Visit our FAQ pages: General or Technical
Call for Entries: Artscape Presents The 2014 Janet & Walter Sondheim Prize (Deadline: 1/6/2014)
Application Deadline: January 6, 2014
Download the Full Prospectus Here
The fellowship winner will be selected from the Walters Art Museum exhibition after review of the installed art and an interview with each finalist by the jurors. Artist collaborators, if chosen as the winner, will receive a single $25,000 prize that will be equally divided among the members of the group.
The Sondheim Prize will be accepting applications through www.callforentry.org. All submitting artists (whether submitting images, video or a combination) should create an Artists’ profile on this website, upload images (please see below for instructions on submitting time based works) and proceed by applying for the 2014 Sondheim Prize (here you will be able to upload an artist resume) and paying the application fee
TU Artist Residency Program (Deadline: 1/15/2014)
Artist in residence is expected to:
- Create a body of work or complete a proposed project
- Participate in a workshop or graduate critiques
- Care for equipment and tools
Artist is residence receives:
- A private studio with 24 hour access (except on university holidays)
- Access to all building amenities and facilities
There is no formal application for the residency. Applications are due January 15th for a spring residency beginning March 1, 2014. If you are interested in being considered, please mail or email 10 slides or digital images of your work, a written statement including detailed information on your residency plans, and a resume with website and contact information to:
Tonia Matthews, MFA Director
Center for the Arts 3103
8000 York Road
Towson, Maryland, 21204