Upcoming Events

    The 2017 Great Lakes Drawing Biennial (GLDB) is a juried exhibition open to artists nationwide. Hosted by Eastern Michigan University’s School of Art & Design once every two years, it highlights current artistic activity in contemporary drawing.

    The 2017 GLDB will be juried by Claire Gilman, Senior Curator at the Drawing Center, New York. Dr. Gilman holds a Ph.D. from Columbia University and has taught art history and critical theory at Columbia University; The Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College; The Corcoran College for Art and Design; and MoMA. She has also written extensively for publications including Art Journal, CAA Reviews, Documents, Frieze, and October.

    ELIGIBILITY: Open to artists 18 years and older. All works must be original, ready to exhibit, completed within the last 2 years, and not previously exhibited at Eastern Michigan University.

    ENTRY FORMAT Entries will be judged from digital image files. Digital files submitted to SlideRoom must be in JPEG format (300 dpi at approximately 4″x6″). Up to three entries may be submitted per artist.

    ENTRY FEE: Entry fee will be $35, payable through Eastern Michigan University. An email confirmation and request for payment will be sent to you after you apply.

    TO APPLY: Submissions will be taken via SlideRoom: https://easternmichigan.slideroom.com/#/permalink/program/35923 

    AWARDS: Three cash awards will be given, including a Best in Show.

    The Lawrence Arts Center is seeking a part-time Exhibitions Coordinator to join our Exhibitions Team. Strong administrative skills are a must for this position – experience with Microsoft Office, especially Excel, is necessary, as well as the ability to use database and donation software. Previous gallery and installation experience is preferred.

    Strong communication skills are necessary. Ideal candidates would be able to foster strong relationships with artists, the public, potential art buyers, and groups wanting tours of the gallery. Knowledge of contemporary art, art history, and various art media would be an asset.

    Applicants must be able to work in a team environment. This position also requires art handling, some heavy lifting, and working on ladders.

    Position requires 25 hours of work per week minimum, with the option for flexible scheduling with advanced notice and approval from Exhibitions Director. Some benefits available.  Applications will be taken until Friday, May 26th. Training for the position would begin in early July or sooner if possible.

    Duties include:

    • Handling all artist-admin communications: works directly with exhibiting artists to schedule exhibits, gather exhibition materials, arrange artist travel, draft contracts, shipping, and transactions. The Exhibitions Coordinator also acts as a liaison to visiting artists and residents
    • Handling art sales and record keeping
    • Communicating with the Marketing Department to ensure appropriate exhibition information is compiled
    • Other marketing tasks, including social media posting and website blogging/updates
    • Works with Exhibitions Director in scheduling exhibitions and updating shared calendars
    • Reviews submitted portfolios with Exhibitions Director
    • Administrative work and planning for Art Auction, Ad Astra Editions, Print Week, Ceramics Symposium, as well as any other supplemental programming working in tandem with Exhibitions
    • Gallery installation and problem solving
    • Gallery tours
    • Main point of communication between Exhibitions Program and Front Office
    • Assisting with other tasks as directed by the Exhibitions Director

    Please submit a resume + cover letter to cate@lawrenceartscenter.org

    The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts is now accepting applications from national and international curators for its Curator-in-Residence Program. Beginning January 2018, the successful candidate will participate in a one-year fully subsidized live/work residency as part of the Bemis Center’s acclaimed Artist-in-Residence Program. S/he will originate and present three exhibitions and related public programs inclusive of local and national artists. The Curator-in-Residence will work alongside residency and curatorial staff, and actively contribute to the overall vision of the Bemis Center’s renowned exhibition program. The Curator-in-Residence will be encouraged to work on independent research and other curatorial projects while in residence.

    Competitive applicants will possess a strong knowledge of international contemporary art and a genuine interest in researching and responding to cultural production in Omaha and the region. The Curator-in-Residence is part of the cultural fabric of the city, serving as a professional resource for local artists and arts professionals, and as an ambassador of the Bemis Center in the community. S/he will be an integral member of the Bemis Center’s Artist-in-Residence Program, stimulating intellectual discourse surrounding contemporary art practice through studio visits, knowledge-sharing workshops, and other organized programs with fellow artists-in-residence.

    Reporting to the Program Director, the Curator-in-Residence is a full-time temporary position that will work closely with the Exhibitions Program team. S/he will be involved in all curatorial and administrative aspects of organizing three exhibitions over the one-year residency. Exhibitions should be original, conceptually rigorous, and exemplify the true breadth and experimentation currently defining contemporary art. The 2018 exhibition dates: March 15–May 26, June 28–September 22, and November 29–February 23, 2019.

    Duties include, but are not limited to: research, artist and donor relations, exhibition design and installation, writing/editing of scholarly texts and didactics, budgeting, conceptualizing and leading exhibition-related public programs, and tours.

    The Curator-in-Residence studio is for single occupancy only; Bemis Center is unable to accommodate partners, children, and pets at this time.

    There are no fees to apply. Submission of applications is only accepted online at bemis.slideroom.com.

    About Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts
    Founded in 1981, by artists for artists, the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts supports today’s artists through an international artist-in-residence program, temporary exhibitions and commissions, and innovative public programs. Located in the historic Old Market district, the Bemis Center serves a critical role in the presentation and understanding of contemporary art, bridging the community of Omaha to a global discourse surrounding cultural production today.

    The LUX Center for the Arts in Lincoln, Nebraska is currently accepting applications for an artists-in-residence. One position is available in; metals, fibers, painting, drawing, or mixed media. The deadline is June 1st for an August 1st start date. Residencies are normally 1 year with the possibility of renewal for a second year. Summer residences are also available.


    – All residents receive free studio space (shared or private depending on medium and space available) and 24-hour access and use of equipment in the studio area to which they applied.

    – Residents have priority for paid, on-site teaching opportunities including community art classes for youth and adults. Residents with an MFA or BFA in painting, ceramics, or metalsmithing have the opportunity to teach college art classes for Doane College-Lincoln campus, held at the LUX.

    – All residents are offered general representation in the sales gallery for the duration of their residency. Residents who have a year or longer residency are also offered an exhibition at the conclusion of their residency.

    – Access to ceramics materials and firings at no cost and the opportunity to buy other materials from the LUX at cost.

    A Master of Fine Arts is preferred, but not required. A desire to teach is a must. Residencies are granted based on quality of work and community-mindedness.

    To apply, visit http://luxcenter.org/get-involved/artist-in-residence/

    The Cube Art Project is seeking video art, animations, motion graphics, video-mapping, and/or sound visualization projects for screening on our large three dimensional monitor (the Cube), located in Lincoln, Nebraska. This screen is seen by hundreds of people on a slow day, but it’s also right next to the Pinnacle Bank Arena which hosts enormous events that draws tens of thousands of people several times a week.

    This is a curated competition of clips that are suitable for a public art audience. Wide latitude in genre and style are considered however priority is given to artworks that have a formal/ visual appeal.

    Application Instructions / Public Contact Information

    Projects should use a single channel video file: (60 second max. duration) (.mov or .mp4) (936px tall by 288 px wide) (compressed to 100 MB or less) to see more specs go to: https://mburton4.wixsite.com/cube

    In addition to the general call for video art,the jurors will select “special” projects that are interactive in some way. Artists submitting a “special” project are offered a small stipend not exceeding $1,600 to cover costs. Please include specifics on tech needs and a draft budget if your work falls into this category.

    1st prize = $500 2nd prize = $250 3rd prize = $100

    APPLY: https://thecubeartproject.slideroom.com/#/login/program/36026

    Field Projects is pleased to announce their Summer 2017 Open Call! Emerging and mid-career artists are invited to submit their work for consideration in our June-July 2017 exhibition: Show #42. All submissions will be considered by our Guest Curator (TBA) for Show #42 and the accompanying online show. Simultaneously, Field Projects Panel will be considering the submissions for future group shows, solo shows, art fairs, and our studio visit program, where we invite outside curators to accompany us to your studio.

    Check out one of our previous Open Calls curated by Jesse David Penridge (Director, James Cohan Gallery) : SIGNALING TO ^ THE CIPHER ^ TOWARDS A SEGWAY and a solo show, as well as two art fairs with artists we discovered through the open call: NEVERMORE, SPRING/BREAK, VOLTA.

    Field Projects is an NYC-based project space located in the heart of Chelsea’s gallery district. As an artist run space, we are committed to opening the field of exhibition opportunities to other working artists. Whether you have submitted to Field Projects before or it’s your first time, we would love to see your work!

    About the Guest Curator

    TBA.  Past Guest Curators: Paulina Bebecka (Director Postmasters Gallery), Lauren Haynes (Curator, The Studio Museum in Harlem), Olivia Smith (Director, Magenta Plains Gallery), Deborah Brown (Director, Storefront Ten Eyck)

    Field Projects Panel

    Rachel Frank (Artist / Curator), Jason Mones (Artist / Curator) Jacob Rhodes (Artist / Curator / FP Director)

    Eligibility & Terms

    • Artists working in all medium are welcome to apply.
    • All artwork submitted must be ready to hang or install. Works on paper must be framed. Photographs must be framed.
    • Artist living outside NYC are also welcome to apply, however you will be responsible for artwork shipping costs.
    • Artists working in new media, film, or video – you may be required to use your own equipment for exhibitions.
    • Artists may submit up to 5 works.

    Submission Fee : $25

    Deadline : Saturday, June 3rd, 11:59 PM !!!


    About Show #42

    • The theme of the show will come from the work submitted.
    • Selected artists will be notified by June 15th
    • All artwork must arrive at Field Projects by Thursday, June 22nd.
    • Show #42 opens on Thursday, June 29th, 2017.
    • All artwork in Show #42 will be for sale, with artists receiving 50% of final sale.


    How to Apply

    • Please visit their website: http://www.fieldprojectsgallery.com/open-call-42/


    The Untitled Space – New York, NY

    SECRET GARDEN: THE FEMALE GAZE ON NUDES & EROTICA Submission Deadline: June 4, 2017

    A group exhibition of female identifying artists exploring figurative works of nudes and erotic art. The exhibit is open to submissions until June 4, 2017. Acceptable mediums include painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, mixed media and collage among others. Artists may submit up to 5 works of art for consideration or submit a proposal. All artwork must be framed and ready to hang if accepted.

    ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE Submission Deadline: September 31, 2017

    A group exhibition of photography and artwork inspired by the resistance movement with works specifically addressing political protest. The exhibit is open to submissions until September 31, 2017. Artists may submit up to 10 options of photography or artwork for consideration. All mediums welcome, all accepted works must be printed (if photography) and ready to hang for exhibition. Download the submission form on our website at http://untitled-space.com/artist-opportunities/

    The Untitled Space art gallery, located in Tribeca, New York, was founded by artist Indira Cesarine in 2014. The gallery specializes in emerging and established contemporary artists exploring conceptual framework and boundary pushing ideology through mediums of painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, video and performance art. The Untitled Space is committing to exploring new ideas vis-à-vistraditional and new mediums and highlights a program of “Women in Art,” as well as special events aligned with our creative vision.

    Download the submission form on their website at http://untitled-space.com/artist-opportunities/


    In celebration of its 25th anniversary in 1997, Contemporary Craft established a $5,000 prize for excellence in the field of contemporary craft.
    This biennial award, which is given in conjunction with a catalogue, video profile and juried exhibition, is funded by the daughters of Elizabeth R. Raphael, the founder of Contemporary Craft and a nationally known figure in the contemporary art scene for many decades. Prizes are selected by medium, with the designated medium changing with each biennial award.


    • Call for Artists begins January 6, 2017
    • Deadline for receipt of application June 9, 2017
    • Notification of Finalists August 5, 2017
    • Deadline for Finalists’ submissions July 13, 2018
    • Notification of prize winners August 3, 2018
    • Exhibition opening September 14, 2018
    • Exhibition closes March 9, 2019
    • Travel schedule begins April 2019

      For more information about the award and how to apply please visit their website: http://contemporarycraft.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/FY17RP_Call-for-Artists.pdf


    In celebration of its 25th anniversary in 1997, Contemporary Craft established a $5,000 prize for excellence in the field of contemporary craft.

    This biennial award, which is given in conjunction with a catalogue, video profile and juried exhibition, is funded by the daughters of Elizabeth R. Raphael, the founder of Contemporary Craft and a nationally known figure in the contemporary art scene for many decades. Prizes are selected by medium, with the designated medium changing with each biennial award.

    Past winners and winning artworks include Sibylle Peretti, Vogelkuss-Birdkiss II (glass), 1997; David Sengel, Haloed (wood), 1999; Suzan Rezac, Opus Tessellatum (small metals), 2001; Sun Koo Yuh, The Memory of Pikesville, TN (clay), 2003; Jim Rose, Quilt Cupboard (found materials), 2005; Mark Zirpel, Pair (glass), 2007; Christian Burchard, Days of Summer by the Pond (wood), 2009; Meghan Patrice Riley, Interstitial (metal), 2011 and Linda Swanson, Cypreus Lumen (clay), 2013.

    The 2017 prize will be awarded for a work in found materials. Previous Raphael Prize videos may be viewed at: http://contemporarycraft.org/exhibitions/elizabeth-r-raphael-founders-prize/

    The deadline to apply is June 9, 2017.

    Maake Magazine is excited to announce their OPEN CALL for Issue 5, curated by Yevgeniya Baras, Brooklyn-based artist and co-founder of Regina Rex, New York, NY.

    DEADLINE JUNE 12th, 2017 at 11:59 pm

    They are looking for contemporary artists working in all media. Maake Magazine is an independent, artist-run organization that was created to support contemporary artists through a range of programs and projects, including nomadic exhibitions, online projects, curatorial opportunities, artist interviews, and print publications. For more information about our current projects and opportunities, visit www.maakemagazine.com.

    About the Curator: Yevgeniya Baras is an artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Yevgeniya has a BA and MS from the University of Pennsylvania (2003) and an MFA in Painting and Drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2007). Yevgeniya’s work has been exhibited at numerous galleries in New York including: Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects, Kinz + Tillou Fine Art, Zurcher studio, Asya Geisberg Gallery, Allegra LaViola Gallery. She has also shown at Susanne Hilberry Gallery in Detroit, MI; Barbur Gallery in Jerusalem; Barbara Walters Gallery at Sarah Lawrence College; Real Art Ways Gallery in Hartford, CT. Yevgeniya will be attending the Yaddo Residency in 2017. She received the Artadia Prize and was selected for the Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program and the MacDowell Colony residency in 2015. In 2014 she was named the recipient of the Rema Hort Mann Foundation’s Emerging Artist Prize. Her work has been reviewed in the New York Times and Art in America. Yevgeniya is represented by Nicelle Beauchene Gallery. Seven years ago Yevgeniya co-founded Regina Rex Gallery in Bushwick, NY. The gallery has moved from Bushwick to Lower East side in the Fall of 2014. Yevgeniya has curated and co-curated over twenty exhibitions at Regina Rex and other galleries in NY, Chicago, and Philadelphia.

    For more information on how to apply please visit their website: http://www.maakemagazine.com

    Vermont Studio Center’s June 15th, 2017 fellowship application is now open! ALL artists & writers are automatically considered for a VSC Fellowship. Every VSC residency includes a private room, private studio space, and all meals.

    The Vermont Studio Center is a vibrant, diverse community of artists situated in Vermont’s northern Green Mountains. Each month we welcome more than 50 writers and visual artists from across the country and around the globe to our historic campus along the Gihon River in the town of Johnson, Vermont. Residencies range from 2 to 12 weeks and offer residents unrestricted time for creative work, along with daily opportunities to engage with fellow artists. The monthly program includes slide nights, readings, open studios, gallery openings, and optional studio visits and conferences with our Visiting Artists and Writers. Admission is competitive and based on review of a portfolio or manuscript. For a complete list of their special awards (many include stipends) & eligibility requirements, visit: http://vermontstudiocenter.org/fellowships

    Application Instructions / Public Contact Information

    Apply: https://vsc.slideroom.com/ Email: info@vermontstudiocenter.org Phone: 802.635.2727

    The Conway Public Art Board requests proposals from artists for the design, implementation, and installation of an Interactive Music Installation on Markham Street.

    This project marks the first public art installation by the Conway Public Art Board. The Conway Public Art Board strives to encourage an artistic Conway through the creation, acquisition, and/or display of community-centered art.

    Artist(s) should present and develop concepts, oversee production, and complete installation of an artwork, which will simultaneously meet the artistic, technical, and public safety goals specified. This is an interactive art installation where the art serves as musical instruments and could include a variety of instrumental types. This is a semi-permanent installation to be moved at a later date.


    The total budget for the project is $50,000. Artists need to submit a budget that covers the direct cost of the artwork, design fees, all labor and materials, costs of fabrication, transportation, travel, documentation and professional liability and other related costs. Installation costs for proper base, landscaping, and lighting will be the responsibility of the Public Art Board, with City of Conway approval.

    For more information about how to submit please check out their call: http://www.collegeart.org/jobs-and-opportunities/opportunities/listing/15386/

    Wassaic Project recognizes that artists who have families often opt-out of peer community building for practical reasons: residencies don’t often take children, events happen late at night, childcare is expensive.  Bowie, Jeff and Eve (Wassaic co-founders) have kids; they’re all artists.  They have families that they want to be with and not away from.  And they ALSO want to connect with other artist peer groups and build community.  While we can’t solve all these problems at once (yet!), we have solved the first one:  we now offer Family Residencies from November – April from 1 to 8 weeks in length.


    We accept proposals for 1 to 8 weeks from November through April, and will work with each family to accommodate their specific needs.  Each Family will be provided with a private house complete with a kitchen, living room, dining room, bathroom, and three bedrooms.  For more information, click here.

    Residents are selected by a review committee composed of the board of directors and professionals in the field. They will be selected based on the quality of their work, commitment to their practice, and ability to interact positively with the community at large.

    Notification of acceptance will be given within 60 days of the application due date. Accepted applicants will have 7 days to commit to attending the residency. After confirmation, resident’s security deposit and the first month’s fee are due.



    The winter studios are located in the first and second floors of the Old Hotel in Maxon Mills.  Residents will receive an adaptable raw studio that is roughly 100 square feet. Artists will have 24 hour access to their studio.  Artists also have access to the residency’s woodshop, located on the first floor of Maxon Mills. They also have the possibility to expand on large scale projects within the seven floors of Maxon Mills.

    Residents are required to bring everything they need for their creative practice. Each studio is provided with a table, chair and limited lighting. They do not provide any art materials.

    The Wassaic House Hotel, built in the 1850s by Noah Gridley of Noah Gridley and Son Ironworks, was a direct product of the railroad and functioned as a leisure location where upper class railroad passengers could rest, dine, and socialize. The hotel abuts the Maxon Mills and now serves as our winter residency studio space.


    In an effort to serve and support emerging artists, they are able to subsidize residencies for all individual artists who do not have other forms of support. Thanks to the generous support of donors and grants, the fee for the Family residency is $900 per month, not including additional fees.  They are open to shorter stays at a prorated rate.

    For more information at The Wassaic Project’s Family Residency:


    Gallery Aferro believes that persistent dedication to craft and creative output is a formula for success as an artist, but sometimes life gets in the way of artistic productivity. This issue is particularly visible in the case of artists who are also parents. Many of our responsibilities and experiences define our time and creative output. Gallery Aferro is invested in uplifting artists to help them make art now, not later, and encouraging an environment where they can make work as large and complex as the vision of the artist. With the help of funding from the Sustainable Arts Foundation, Gallery Aferro offers this open call to all artists that are parents* and would like to continue their creative practice in an engaged and energized studio residency in downtown Newark, NJ. The studio will be provided to the parent-artist for 6 months at no cost and will come with a $1000 stipend given at the beginning of the 6-month rotation. The stipend and free studio will facilitate the parent-artist in coordinating effective time and energy to be spent in their studios.

    *The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines a “Parent” simply as “a person who is a father or mother” -or- “a person who has a child”, and although that may be a nice, tidy definition, we think it oversimplifies the term. A “Parent” we think can be defined in many ways that are definitely not tied to gender binaries or “having” a child. This open call is open to anyone who has or shares legal guardianship over a person under the age of 18.

    This open call opportunity is for 2 available slots, August 19th, 2017 – February 19th, 2018 & February 20th, 2018 – August 20th, 2018. The studio is a newly renovated work-only space with large steel shelving. It is a private studio but the building is regularly busy with artists and art enthusiasts interested in collaboration and idea sharing. This call is open to artists, local or not, who are working in any media.

    For more information and guidelines on how to submit, please visit https://aferro.org/opportunities/open-calls/ or email Gallery Aferro at info@aferro.org.

    You’re Invited to Participate

    Selection Process: Early entries are encouraged. Previewing will occur on a daily and weekly basis as submissions are received.

    Jurors: Alison Hearst, Assistant Curator, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth; Benjamin Sutton, News Editor, Hyperallergic, Brooklyn; Jodi Throckmorton, Curator of Contemporary Art, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.

    What their past jurors are saying:
    “Mr. Bown is a well-respected patron of museums and individual artists … I applaud his investment in supporting emerging artists.”
    — Claire C. Carter, Curator of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art

    “The artists who applied to Dave Bown Projects capture the diversity and vibrancy of contemporary art today.”
    — Carmen Hermo, Assistant Curator, Guggenheim Museum, New York

    They will be happy to answer any questions you may have about your submission.

    Dave Bown
    +1 (917) 365-5265


    Richmond Art Museum is one of the oldest art museums in the State of Indiana , and is dedicated to presenting innovative exhibitions by the finest national and regional artists. The Museum’s exhibition programming is determined solely by both the curatorial staff and the exhibition committee. RAM welcomes submissions from artists for review, but asks that prior to submitting your work you consider our mission and programming in order to determine whether your submission is appropriate to our Museum. The best means to determine the appropriateness of your submission would be to visit the Museum and tour our changing exhibitions. If this is not possible, please explore our website and browse our current and past exhibitions.

    Proposals should include all pertinent information:
    Statement about the work under consideration
    Curriculum Vitae (resume) for each artist and/or curator involved in the process
    Photographs on CD or DVD, as jpg files, or a URL address where we can view the work
    Images must be labeled, with title, date created, media and dimensions.
    Scheduling availability
    Telephone number and/or email address
    Self-addressed stamped envelope for return of material
    Please submit ALL of the above in a single PDF file via email to: exhibits@richmondartmuseum.org
    Submit via mail to:
    Exhibition Committee
    Richmond Art Museum
    P.O. Box 816
    Richmond, Indiana 47375
    Materials submitted without a self-addressed stamped envelope will not be returned. RAM cannot be held responsible for submitted material. For more information please visit their website: http://richmondartmuseum.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/ART-SUBMISSION-POLICY-AND-GUIDELINES-1.pdf

    The New Group, one of New York’s leading non-profit off-Broadway theaters, is an artist-driven company with a commitment to developing and producing powerful, contemporary theater. In addition to producing four main stage productions in their upcoming 2017-2018 season, the organization’s New Group/New Works play and musical development program champions original works by emerging and established authors.

    The New Group also operates a variety of theater education programs that provide opportunities for artistically inclined high school, college, and adult students. The New Group has received a Building Demand for the Arts Implementation Grant from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (DDCF) to implement defined strategies to enhance organizational opportunities for diversity and inclusion. Working together with playwright Thomas Bradshaw, we will work to execute and evaluate a series of initiatives, including the recruitment of a DDCF Diversity and Inclusion Fellow.

    This 30-week Fellowship is designed to provide a career enrichment opportunity to an early career professional of color interested in working in arts administration. At The New Group, our small and collaborative office environment creates the space for unique cross-departmental exposure. The Fellow will receive a tailored hands-on training experience to gain the skills and insight required to reach career goals.

    The Fellow’s responsibilities will include: • Lead efforts to produce a reading series for new work by playwrights of diverse backgrounds • Organize and coordinate a regular series of talkbacks, curated and moderated by Thomas Bradshaw • Work with a community engagement specialist on marketing outreach efforts to reach diverse community populations to help build new audiences • Support audience surveying efforts to help The New Group measure the impact of our implementation initiatives • Assist with other administrative and creative planning and execution activities as required

    Successful candidates must be highly organized with excellent written and verbal communication skills and a passionate interest in participating in The New Group’s initiatives to transform the organization into a more diverse and inclusive community. Fellows should demonstrate an ability to coordinate and execute tasks efficiently and effectively with great attention to detail. Candidates must have a commitment to a collaborative working style and an ability to relate to diverse audiences. Some experience in theatre and/or non-profit arts is preferred, but is not required.

    Compensation: The Fellow will receive a $10,000 stipend for up to 30 hours per week for 30 weeks between September and June). Perks: In addition to discount and complimentary tickets to New York theater performances, the Fellow will have regular meetings with The New Group’s Artistic and Executive Directors as well as Thomas Bradshaw and other New Group artists. We are committed to providing mentorship within the organization and beyond to provide contacts to help further the Fellow’s professional development.

    Application Instructions / Public Contact Information

    To apply, please submit a cover letter, a current resume, and the contact information of two references. Send all materials to Fellowships [at] TheNewGroup.org. The deadline to apply is June 30, 2017. The New Group is an E.O.E., encourages diversity in all forms and strongly encourages applications from members of underrepresented groups. No phone calls, please. For more information on The New Group, please visit: www.thenewgroup.org

    Two week residency to work with collotype master printer in Kyoto, Japan

    Presented by the Benrido Collotype Atelier, the fourth-annual HARIBAN AWARD offers its recipients free transportation to and two weeks’ accommodation in Kyoto, Japan, for a rare chance to collaborate with Kyoto’s master artisans. During their stay, the winner will be afforded the amazing opportunity to print exquisite collotypes of their best work, which will then be exhibited as part of the Kyotographie 2018 exhibition. Photographers from all levels are invited to submit monochromatic photographs for a chance to win this remarkable award. In addition to the grand prize, the jury will award honorable mentions to noteworthy competitors, whose work will be featured in the competition catalog.

    See more award’s details: http://bit.ly/2pPWoF2

    Submission Deadline: June 30, 2017 at 11:59 pm (Japan Standard time / UTC +9)

    Entry Fee: 5000 yen (Approx. $46 US)

    Jurors: • Tristan Lund – Owner of Tristan Lund ltd, art consultant and dealer to collectors of photography, and curator • Thyago Nogueira – Photographer, curator, and editor of ZUM magazine • Michael Famighetti – Editor, Aperture Magazine • Rong Rong & Inri – Founders and directors of the Three Shadows, a photography art center

    Get to know jurors: http://bit.ly/2qdvqbL

    Prizes: The grand prize winner will receive: • Two weeks in Kyoto, with all travel and accommodation expenses paid. • The opportunity to work with master printers at Benrido Collotype Atelier to produce a collotype portfolio of his or her winning photographs. • The chance to showcase this portfolio as part of Kyotographie 2018, an international photography festival hosted by the city of Kyoto. All award recipients will receive: A printed catalog that includes reproductions of their work with accompanying text by the competition’s esteemed jurors. See more prize details: http://bit.ly/2qOHBc3

    Application Instructions / Public Contact Information

    See submission details: http://bit.ly/2qP7qJ9 Contact form: http://bit.ly/2qPVp5l Eligibility: Open to all photographers around the world working in black and white.

    The Lighthouse Works’ primary purpose is to provide artists with the space and time, free from material concerns, to do their best creative work. We bring artists on fellowship to beautiful Fishers Island, where they are provided with room, board and studio space, giving them ample opportunity for quiet productivity in a serene, supportive environment.

    The Lighthouse Works accepts artists working in a wide range of media: fiction writers, poets, and writers of creative nonfiction; painters, sculptors, those working in video and installation, and other visual artists; musicians and composers. Artistic excellence is the primary criterion for acceptance as a Lighthouse Works fellow.

    Our organization’s efforts also support and enrich the Fishers Island community through a letterpress print shop, open studios, readings, concerts, and workshops for students and adults. By assisting artists at critical junctures in their careers, we aim to be a significant force in preserving and promoting the central role of the arts in our culture. We hope our work will also inspire the creation of other small businesses and organizations in our community, making Fishers Island an enclave of creativity and a cultural destination.

    Any serious artist at any stage of his or her career is welcome to apply through our online application system. Applicants are required to fill out an application form and to submit work samples and a statement of intent. While our staff reviews applications for completeness, a panel of professionals in the applicant’s artistic field evaluates each portfolio. Because the fellowship program accepts only 20 artists a year, our process is necessarily quite selective.

    Fellowships are six weeks in length and occur year-round. The Lighthouse Works provides fellows with housing, food, studio space, a $250 travel allowance and a stipend of $1,500 to defray the costs of shipping materials, the purchase of art supplies, and other expenses incurred in making artwork in a remote location; our belief is that no artist should have to spend money to accept the opportunity of a fellowship.
    To find out more about Lighthouse Works and their fellowship please visit their website: http://www.thelighthouseworks.com/fellowshipprogram.html04escriptionl

    The Studios at MASS MoCA offers residencies for artists and writers from 1 to 8 weeks. Selected participants receive private studio space on MASS MoCA’s campus, newly renovated housing (private bedroom, shared kitchen & bath) directly across the street from the museum, one group meal per day, free access to the museum’s galleries, optional financial and business coaching from MASS MoCA’s Assets for Artists staff, and free use of Makers’ Mill, a printmaking and fiber arts makerspace located a short walk from the Studios.

    For this upcoming residency season, they’re offering something more: two residency sessions with a special focus on “financial Wellness.” A subset of the artists invited to participate in the fall/winter season will be offered slots in a two-week residency session that includes group workshops with artist experts on personal finance and business planning, and one-on-one assistance with financial and business planning, along with a $500 travel stipend. The residency fee for those sessions will be reduced to just $150/week. Interested applicants will provide additional information to be considered.

    Visit massmoca.org/studios for full details and the application link. No application fee!

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