Entry Deadline: December 1, 2012 (postmark)
The Carnegie Center for Art & History and the New Albany Urban Enterprise Association are accepting proposals from artists for the 2013 New Albany Public Art Project: Bicentennial Series. The submission deadline is January 3, 2013!
Each selected artist or artist team will receive an honorarium of $4,000. Three artists or teams will be selected from the proposals to create outdoor artworks that will be installed in the Spring of 2013 to remain on view for two years.
Each selected artwork will interpret one of the following historic themes: Clubs & Organizations, Culinary Arts, Museums & History, Performing Arts & Entertainment or Visual Arts & Artists. Attention must be paid to this aspect of the project, as interpretation of the chosen theme and historical appropriateness will be a factor in the selection process. While artists must interpret the theme in a way that is accurate to that history, we are not looking for literal displays of the theme, but rather unique and innovative interpretations of one or more aspects of the theme.
Full details and images relating to these themes can be found on the project website: www.napublicart.org
and additional images are on the project Facebook page: www.facebook.com/napublicart
Download the Call for Artists for information on the sites and submission details at: http://www.napublicart.org/forartists.php
DEADLINE: DECEMBER 21, 2012
See the link below for details:
Up to $1,500.00 in awards will be presented, including $500.00 cash award for Best of Show. Invitation to future shows may develop through selection by the Slocumb Galleries Committee.
"Minority Rule is a concept inspired by evolving forces integral to life in America during, what I refer to as, the threshold years of the 21st century. Cultural norms, traditions, and values are in a constant state of negotiation. In an attempt to accommodate non-traditional norms that are shaped by technology, labor, economics and globalization, established customs and beliefs are re-examined, modified, and, in some cases, rendered obsolete. As Americans take measure of complexities associated with accommodating non-normative perspectives, they also seek to understand our society's shared triumphs and failures. This exhibition seeks nuanced artworks that reflect the complexities artists confront today." - Michael Ray Charles (Juror)
DEADLINE: JANUARY 18, 2013http://paseooriginals.com/calltoartists.html
best of show award $500
2 awards of merit $250
Department of Visual Art Professional Development Assistance Award
Deadline: Monday, December 3, 2012, NOON (12pm)
Submit to Shannon Bybee in the Visual Art Department office (Room 300, Art & Design Building)
For Fall 2012 applications, it is open to Graduation Seniors in Visual Art who are working in Painting and/or creating figurative work, or students who are working in Sculpture or creating sculptural work.
Every year, the Department of Visual Art grants Professional Development Assistance Awards to graduating seniors to financially assist in their post-graduate professional activities.
These can include gallery exhibition, artist residency, professional workshops, professional materials developments, such as websites and other published promotional materials, research travels, etc.
Graduating seniors who are in Painting or working figuratively or in Sculpture or working sculpturally in the Department of Visual Art are eligible to submit an application to be reviewed by the Departmental Professional Development Assistance Awards Review Committee.
The awards are given on the basis of merit and quality of the submitted professional development proposal and accompanying budget proposal, applicant’s academic record, creative work, resumé, and artist statement. Specific evaluation criteria can be found in attached documents.
Please go to the link below to download application form and guidelines.