DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 15, 2013
Studio assistants are students who assist instructors and fellow students and are responsible for maintaining the school’s standards for studio operation. Assistants receive housing and meals, and pay only the $50 nonrefundable processing fee. Assistants are selected based on their knowledge of a working studio. In addition to 25–40 hours of work each week, studio assistants are required to work from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on the day before and the day after their session, and must make travel arrangements which will allow them to meet this requirement. If you cannot meet this requirement, please do not apply. Many instructors select their own assistants; check the list below to determine availability of positions before applying.
To apply, check the studio assistant box on the application form, and include a letter explaining your experience in the field and your interest in the class, along with a résume, two letters of recommendation, five printed images of your work (maximum size 8-1/2 x 11, no slides or CDs), and the $50 processing fee. Applications must be received no later than February 15, and must include letters of reference. Applicants will be notified by April 1.
International students note: because the U.S. government considers our studio assistant program to be work for hire, students who are not U.S. citizens may not receive studio assistantships unless they have a work permit.
Application Deadline: January 24, 2013http://www.juriedartservices.com/index.php?content=event_info&event_id=577
Cash Prizes and Color Catalogue
Juror: John Hitchcock, Professor, Art Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Director of Hybrid Press
Eligible to all living artists 18 years of age and older living in the United States.
Only prints that measure no larger than 18 inches in any dimension (including mat and/or support) will be accepted for exhibition. Original prints produced by traditional printmaking techniques completed within the past two years are eligible. Juror will consider digital prints created as works of art rather than as reproductions or documentation of artworks produced in other media. No photographic prints will be accepted.
Artist may submit up to 4 entries. $35 entry fee.
CURRENT DEADLINE: DECEMBER 31, 2012, MIDNIGHT EST
Juror: Dina Deitsch, Senior Curator, deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA
Apply Online! Entry is free!
(*Accepted artists will be responsible for a $235 production and distribution fee.)
Studio Visit is a series of juried artist books produced by the publishers of New American Paintings. We are pleased to offer artists an effective venue through which to introduce their work to a serious national audience of art world professionals. The publication presents all two- and three- dimensional media. This includes mixed media, painting, drawing, photography, and sculpture.
Selected artists will be featured in volumes 21 & 22 of Studio Visit which will be released in Spring of 2013.
Each high quality volume of Studio Visit features approximately 150 artists, who have been selected by professional curators. Selected artists will be given one full-color page that includes an image, contact information and a brief artist statement.
DEADLINE: JANUARY 11, 2013
The Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition is the second-longest running juried print and drawing competition in the country. Every two years it features the best contemporary graphic artwork from around the globe. All accepted artwork is featured in a full-color exhibition catalogue and on the exhibition website. The 34th Bradley International will be juried by Stephen Goddard, Senior Curator and Curator of Prints and Drawings at The University of Kansas Kress Foundation.
Any artist 18 years of age or older is encouraged to submit original prints or drawings produced within the last three years (2009-2012). Experimental techniques are encouraged. Open to all traditional and non-traditional graphic media, including all forms of printmaking, drawing, and book arts.
Three cash awards will be selected by the Juror. Purchase awards will be made by the University.
To apply please visit us online at;
Deadline: Postmarked January 11th, 2013
On behalf of a public art initiative for the city of Warrensburg, Missouri, the Warrensburg Arts Commission (WAC) seeks a two-dimensional design for a 10-foot diameter etched concrete circle that will be permanently installed in the sidewalk on Pine Street in historic downtown Warrensburg.
During the last ten years, almost one million dollars has been invested to improve the aesthetics and infrastructure in Warrensburg’s downtown district. Improvements include the street surfaces; new 8’ wide concrete sidewalks with 2’ wide brick pavers on the outside edge of the sidewalks; and upgraded electrical, sewer, storm water, landscaping, signage, water, gas, cable, and phone services.
In the center of the Arts and Entertainment District of Pine Street in downtown Warrensburg, a 10-foot diameter concrete circle will be laid in the sidewalk on the north side of Pine Street. A professional concrete etching company will reproduce the winning design on the circle. Please see the architectural rendering of the site on our Facebook page.
There is no pre-determined theme for artwork, but WAC suggests that the content reflect the vibrancy of downtown, the beauty of the region, and the energy of the Arts and Entertainment District. Whether your design is abstract or representational, we encourage you to create a design unaccompanied by a dog, bomber, or mule. Please see a selection of example images on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/groups/504736136206326) or at www.burgarts.com.
An honorarium of $500 will be awarded for the chosen design. WAC and the City of Warrensburg shall also have the option of making no selection. In this event, a new selection process may be initiated or the project abandoned. The award funds are made available through the WAC and the City of Warrensburg.
The design for the circle becomes property of the City of Warrensburg. The artist shall retain copyright to the work and will grant WAC and the City of Warrensburg a license to display the work and create and distribute reproductions of the work, including digital and photographic images for archival and promotional purposes.
This is an open competition for non-professional and professional artists. There is no entry fee to submit your work. A team of artists is welcome to apply, and multiple applications are allowed. The Warrensburg Arts Commission and the City of Warrensburg selected design will be based on creativity, appropriateness, and practicality for implementation.
METHODS OF SUBMISSION
Email: Submissions may be emailed with a maximum of 3 entries per artist. Emailed submissions must be in JPEG format and less than 1.5 Megabytes each. To submit entries via email, compose a message with the subject: “WAC Circle Entry.” In the body of the email, type your name, mailing address, and telephone number. Attach up to three images, with each attachment titled with your last name, first name and the entry number. Example: “SmithLaura1.”
Email entries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mail: Mailed design submissions should be on paper no larger than 16 x 20 inches.
Mailed entries should be sent to:
Warrensburg Arts Commission
102-A South Holden
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Alternate Methods as may be mutually agreed and announced.
The deadline for submitting applications is April 5, 2013. Mailed submissions must be received by 5 p.m. on April 5. Emailed submissions must be received by midnight (Central Time) on April 5.
OTHER MATERIALS TO SUBMIT
An artist statement/description to explain the intent for the design may be submitted, but it is not a requirement.
Questions about the project may be directed to the Warrensburg Arts Commission via e-mail to email@example.com.
Applications due: April 5, 2013
Notification of selected design by June 1, 2013
Implementation: Summer 2013