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Calling ALL Crow River area artists, makers, crafters, and creatives! You are invited to share your work and connect with other makers at Hutchinson Center for the Arts first community showcase exhibition and celebration.
Do you knit, paint, build birdhouses, quilt, weld, draw, bead, cartoon, sew, sculpt, build, write, sing, tell jokes? This exhibit is open to those 16 and older working creatively in all/any mediums – visual arts, literary arts, crafts, performance, spoken word, and music. This is an free and open call – Share what you make, meet new friends and celebrate the importance of creativity. All participants may submit up to 2 objects.
ART DROP OFF DATES: Feb 1 10am – 5 pm, Feb 2 Noon – 4 pm & Feb 3 10am – Noon
Public Reception and Celebration for the Artists: March 9th 5 – 7
Singers, Musicians, & Spoken Word Performers – Sign up to perform up to 5 minutes the evening of the public celebration by contacting Program Assistant at email@example.com
Exhibit: February 12 – March 9, 2018
We Are What We Make: Community Showcase
The next exhibit in the Remick Gallery (812 4th Ave, Windom) is the 2018 Photo show, “Give it Your Best Shot: Focus on Cottonwood County in Black and White.” Registration forms are available at the museum, stop by to pick one up. Deadline to submit a photo is January 13th. The photograph can be from a few years ago or this week. The only stipulation is that it needs to be taken in Cottonwood County. There is no entry fee! If need more information, please call Linda Fransen at 507-831-1134.
The 5th annual photo show will have it’s opening reception on Jan 21 from 2 to 4 pm.
Please pass onto 8 – 12th grade students and their educators.
YOUTH MEDIA EXHIBITION
Perpich is hosting a youth media art exhibition and is looking for submissions from across the state.
CALLING MINNESOTA YOUTH
8th – 12th grade.
SUBMIT YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS AND CINEMA!!
Perpich Arts High is celebrating youth expression and curating an exhibition of photography and cinema.
MN youth represent and send us your best original media works!
SUBMIT YOUR ARTWORK: photographs and cinema
STUDENT JURIED EXHIBITION
Submit work online: https://goo.gl/A8x4pt
Submission deadline: January 26th, 2018.
Exhibition February 16th – March 9th
Closing Reception: February 24th 1pm – 2pm
Rebecca Richards Bullen, Media Arts Department Chair and Instructor
PERPICH 6125 Olson Memorial Highway I Golden Valley, MN 55422
Lanesboro, Minn. – News from Lanesboro Arts. For immediate release
Announcing Call for Entries
for Exhibition Gallery shows in 2020 at Lanesboro Arts
Lanesboro, Minn. – Announcing a call for entries for artwork to exhibit in solo or two-person shows in the Exhibition Gallery at Lanesboro Arts in 2020. Available exhibits in 2020 are approximately eight weeks in length and artists working in all visual arts mediums are encouraged to apply. The Lanesboro Arts Exhibition Gallery seeks artworks that enrich both artist and community by initiating discussion and connection. These works should exhibit a unique vision and original voice, quality craftsmanship, and should be diverse and accessible to individuals from all walks of life. Both traditional and contemporary art styles are accepted.
Lanesboro Arts is located at 103 Parkway Ave. N. in downtown Lanesboro, Minnesota, and attracts thousands of visitors each year to its galleries and year-round arts programs and events. As a nationally-recognized multidisciplinary arts organization with a passion for engaging a community with art, the Lanesboro Arts Galleries strive to present accessible and diverse works that foster educational opportunities for visitors as well as impacting artists’ careers. Lanesboro, Minnesota was recognized as one of “America’s Top 12 Small Town Art Places” in 2013 by Artplace America, and was named “One of the Top 20 Small Towns to Visit in America” by Smithsonian Magazine in 2014.
The annual deadline for entries is January 31, 2018. The application is available online at www.lanesboroarts.org under “Artist Opportunities.” Artists may also choose to download a hard copy of the application from the Lanesboro Arts website and send it in with a CD or flash drive containing digital images of work samples to Robbie Brokken, Gallery Director, Lanesboro Arts, PO Box 152, Lanesboro, MN 55949. Artists selected by the jury for exhibitions will be notified by the end of February 2018 at the latest.
Lanesboro Arts galleries are handicapped accessible. Lanesboro Arts has been providing year-round arts programming for more than twenty-five years. Its mission is to serve as a regional catalyst for artistic excellence and educational development in providing diverse art experiences for people of all ages.
CONTACT: Robbie Brokken, Gallery Director
Information for Prospective Artists
COMPAS is looking for new artists to add to their roster of
professional Teaching Artists
To view this page on the COMPAS website, visit: http://www.compas.org/prospective-artists
To learn more about COMPAS, visit: http://www.compas.org/
COMPAS Teaching Artists connect with community members through performances, workshops, residencies and professional development. Programs take place throughout the state during school hours, after school, during the evening and on weekends. Locations include schools, libraries, senior care centers, events, youth programs and other community sites.
Teaching Artists are paid competitively for workshops and residencies, and performance fees are set by artist. COMPAS is most interested in artists who teach art forms or represent cultures or communities that are not their current roster or represent a gender working in an art form that is not represented on our roster.
Application and Selection
Once an artist has submitted the required information listed below, the application process consists of an initial round of consideration by COMPAS staff, followed by finalists having a face-to-face interview with our Arts Advisory Committee. If selected, incoming artists then attend a New Artists Workshop, followed by individual training meetings with COMPAS staff, as needed.
While COMPAS is open to a wide variety of artistic approaches and backgrounds, without the following elements your application has little chance of being accepted:
- Minnesota resident
- Demonstrated ability as an artist
- Prior residency or teaching experience
- Hiring is contingent upon completing a Criminal Background Check
In order to represent the communities we engage with, COMPAS is especially seeking artists who represent communities of color, indigenous artists and LGBTQIA communities.
Current priorities include:
- Spoken word
- Music Therapy
- Fiction Writing
- Graffiti/Aerosol Art
- Mural painting
- Technology-games, animation, design
Focus experience areas:
- STEM arts programs
- Individuals with disabilities
- Justice systems
- English Language Learners
Click here to submit your materials. You will be expected to upload:
- A cover letter
- A resume
- Lesson Plan
- Work samples
- Work sample description
**The deadline to apply is January 19th, 2018.**
Interviews will be scheduled for Thursday, March 15 and Wednesday, March 21, 2018.
To learn more about the current members of the COMPAS Roster, check out the Artist Profiles.
Please review COMPAS’s Program Types page to read about residency, workshop and performance programs.
COMPAS staff is available for consultations to provide input on your application. If you would like to do so, or you have other questions, please contact Betsy Mowry Voss at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Memorial Union Gallery Presents “State of the Union: One Year Later”.
Juror: Grace Aneiza Ali, Department of Art and Public Policy, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University.
The Memorial Union Gallery at North Dakota State University seeks submissions for the upcoming Juried exhibition State of the Union. Artists can submit up to 5 images of work inspired by or in response to the values, identity and priorities reflected in comtemporary American Society. All mediums and interpretations welcome. No submission fee.
Submissions due: December 15, 5 pm, 2017
Submit at ndsugallery.tumblr.com