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2009 CALIFORNIA OPEN JURIED EXHIBITION
Deadline for entries: Saturday, June 27
Click here to download prospectus.
TAG Gallery in Santa Monica, California announces a call for artists for
its fourth annual juried art competition, August 19 - September 4. The
exhibition recognizes excellence in a diverse range of media and offers
selected artists a group show at TAG Gallery, cash awards totaling
$1000, plus catalog and online exposure.
The 2009 show will be juried by Michael Zakian, Director, Frederick R.
Weisman Museum of Art, Malibu, and is open to all U.S. artists 18 years
or older working in computer art, drawing, mixed media, painting,
Experimental Television Center artist in residence program, deadline July 15
Artists in Residence Program, Deadline: July 15, 2009
The Experimental Television Center announces the next deadline for the Artists in Residency Program, July 15, 2009, for residencies between September 2009 and January 2010.
Call for proposals
to be considered for
The Artist's Studio: An Artist in Residence Program
at One Colorado, Pasadena, CA
The Armory Center for the Arts and One Colorado invite artists to apply for
a three month
paid Artist in Residence program that is a unique opportunity for an artist
interacting with the general public in a retail environment. The program is
designed to bring
art into a public space where both the artist and the public will learn from
and be inspired by
* The Artist¹s Studio will revolve on a 3-month basis with one artist
residency at a time. The
first residency will be July 16 through October 15, 2009. The next residency
October 16, and conclude in early January, 2010.
Call for Art:
Let’s Play Barbies!
The Ten Women Venice Gallery, 1237 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice 90291,
invites you to participate in our upcoming tribute in honor of
Barbie’s 50th anniversary. This is a juried one day show, Friday
August 7th, in conjunction with Venice Beach Abbot Kinney’s monthly
First Friday event and gallery member Patricia Ander’s Barbie Redux
opening reception. All media, excluding performance art and video,
will be considered. You may submit up to 5 pieces, no larger than 40”
on any side. There is no fee to submit- there will be a $20 jury fee
for accepted artists plus a 20% commission to the gallery on sold
works. Please send jpegs (no larger than 1800px X 1800px) to Turkeyred1@aol.com
ArtCorps offers unique and exciting opportunities for your friends, colleagues and students. Please share the notice below:
Attention actors, painters, musicians, sculptors, dancers and all types of creative artists!
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Join ArtCorps and volunteer your creative talents to strengthen sustainable development in Central America in 2010. Through community arts projects, artists educate and inspire people to participate actively in improving the environmental, health, and social conditions in their communities. Every ArtCorps artist works directly with a local non-governmental organization that is an expert in its field. Artists strengthen dialogue between community members and the organization, improve community education and empower local leadership.
ZZ Baggins Reading at Loveland Museum, Loveland, Colorado 2009 (Taken by Dan Wilcox and altered by J.A. Spahr-Summers)
So two weeks ago our computer crashed at work, it has taken this long to get a new one installed. While I was rather daunted (in my own unique paranoid way) by the idea of probably losing 8 months or one year's worth of art and manuscripts, Amy was strangely calm and cool and collected.
"We'll make more!" She said.
I have to admit, her attitude calmed me to a certain extent, but I continued to fret until last night. My boss (formerly our techie until it was out-sourced) managed to transfer everything (amounting to hundreds of images) to his computer. In a day or two I'll transfer everything to discs (like I told Amy I needed to do about three weeks ago).
All hail to Satan (my boss)!
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