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Yogurt is a contemporary visual arts magazine based in Rome, Italy. Taking its cue from Jung’s concept of “sublimation” as “part of the royal art where the true gold is made”, Yogurt Magazine is continuously reflecting on the limits between eroticism and pornography. In its attempt to draw aside all the many veils of the human psyche, Yogurt explores the way in which visual arts trace the new anthropology of Eros. CALL FOR ENTRIES The desirable body and its uncanny derivations in contemporary photography Desirable body, masculine or feminine, whole or fragmented. Yogurt is currently seeking for photos which grasp an original interpretation of the concept of “desirable body”. You are invited to submit your proposals (single photos) to
Drawing Academy Art Competition
Deadline: 02/28/2017 | Location: International
Win the Drawing Academy course! Every three months we award 3 winners with full Drawing Academy memberships. This time, the winner may be you! The Drawing Academy is an online Drawing Course and Art Community, where you can learn how to draw in the comfort of your home, and benefit from the support of Academy tutors and fellow students. It was founded and is lead by professional fine artists and art teachers. Drawing Academy competition winners are voted for by website visitors. The process is simple – publish your artwork and tell the world why you need to win the Drawing Academy Course. The entries with the most social engagement win the prize.
Conferences and Trade Shows
27th International Sculpture Conference: Kansas City
Deadline: 03/13/2017 | Location: International
The International Sculpture Center (ISC), is seeking panel proposals for the 27th International Sculpture Conference Sculpture in Kansas City, MO this October 25-28, 2017. This conference will feature the annual ISC littleSCULPTURE show, ARTSlams and mentor sessions, engaging panel discussions, evening parties, hands-on workshops, keynote address, open studios and gallery hops, optional art and culture trips, public art tours and visits to nearby sculpture sites, and more. Panel topics include: Art, Architecture & the Urban Fabric Catalyzing Collective Action through Art - How does public and contextual art bring people together? Material Identity Advancing Diversity in the Arts Creating the Artist - The Business of Constructing an Identity in the Art World The Politics of "Sustainability" in the Arts Perspectives on Art Writing Digital Fabrication and the "Artist's Touch" Citizenship through Art - What does it mean to belong? Wildcard The abstract submission deadline is March 13, 2017. All accepted submissions will be notified by May 2017. To submit a proposal and learn more information, please visit the conference website: Let us know that you plan on attending on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter for the latest Conference information, @intsculpturectr.
Contests Entry Fee
Juror: Susan Thompson, Assistant Curator at the Guggenheim Museum, is an organizing curator for the Young Collectors Council, which acquires the work of emerging artists for the permanent collection. Cash prizes, Powerpoint Presentation, Group Exhibition in our Gallery June 27 to July 15, 2017. Early entries (ends March 11, 11:59pm) = $35/ 3 works, $5 each additional work March 12- April 9 = $45/ 3 works, $5 each additional work. FOR GUIDELINES AND HOW TO ENTER GO TO:
Deadline: 03/24/2017 | Location: Virginia
All media 2-D and 3-D, national juried gallery exhibit for May 2017. Theme "Textures & Patterns". Cash awards. Entry fee: $25/1st, $5/each add'l; FCCA Members $20/1st, $5/each add'l. Download prospectus from and mail with entry form, fee, SASE, CD jpeg images to FCCA, 813 Sophia St., Fredericksburg, VA 22401. Online entries and PayPal accepted. Contact: Carrol Morgan, Phone 540-760-6928.
Exhibition Opportunities
SUMMER OF LOVE: Reflections of Pulse
Deadline: 03/01/2017 | Location: Florida
Summer of Love: Reflections on Pulse is a themed exhibition based on the concept of art transcending hate. Marking the one-year anniversary of the tragedy at Pulse nightclub, we are looking for works that positively highlight love, diversity, equality, and hope. What moves and uplifts you? How do you visually interpret love? Brotherhood/Sisterhood? Please help us celebrate our differences and how they make us stronger as a community, both local and global. All art mediums accepted both 2D and 3D. Media and conceptual installations as well as outdoor entries will also be considered, but please note how outdoor sculptures will be installed safely on our grass lawn. Out-of-state submissions are encouraged, with the understanding that the artist is responsible for the cost of shipping sculpture to and from the Museum. Collaborative works welcome. The exhibit will run from TUESDAY, MAY 9 – SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2017.
Call for Artists
Deadline: 03/13/2017 | Location: Indiana
The Krempp Gallery will be reviewing portfolios for solo and group shows for 2018. Open to artist working in all medias. No fees included. Professional, non-student artists only please. Artwork must be presented in a professional manner. The Gallery provides invitations, press releases, honorarium, insurance coverage on-site, and reception where needed. The artist is responsible for framing, shipping and/or delivery. 30% commission. Minimum of 10 images for solo show, more for group show, along with artist statement and curriculum vitae. Digital images should be on CD or emailed. There are also paid opportunities for workshops/gallery talks in conjunction with the exhibit. Deadline: March 13, 2017. If interested please mail materials and a SASE to Emily Peak, Visual Arts Coordinator, Jasper Arts Center, 951 College Ave., Jasper, IN 47546. Or email submissions and any questions or concerns to Emily Peak, or call (812) 482-3070. Visit us online at for more information.
Calling All Tape Artists
Deadline: 03/13/2017 | Location: National
TAPE ARTISTS WANTED! Calling visual artists in the medium of tape. The Ormond Memorial Art Museum in Ormond Beach, FL will be holding a collaborative exhibition of tape artist from June 16 – Sept, 17, 2017. Work may be two or three dimensional or installation work as long as it is original work created with some form of tape (duct, masking, aluminum, etc.). Artists selected will be responsible for delivery and pick up of work. All artists will be notified if their work was selected for exhibition or not. Submit examples of your work BY MARCH 13 300 dpi format Size and tile of work Type of tape or process used Brief artist bio & statement To
Solo Exhibition Opportunity at Washington, DC Gallery
Deadline: 03/15/2017 | Location: District Of Colombia
Foundry Gallery, one of Washington, DC’s premier contemporary galleries, will host a guest solo exhibit for the month of August 2017. Foundry Gallery is located in the revitalized North End Shaw neighborhood in an industrial style space on the ground floor of the Atlantic Plumbing Building. Foundry Gallery is welcoming proposals for this juried exhibition to be held in its solo show gallery featuring 65 feet of running wall space with significant street-front exposure. A diagram of the space is included with the Guest Exhibition Prospectus. This exhibition call is open to all artists 18 years or older residing in the US with the understanding that it is the artist’s responsibility to deliver work to and after the show pick up work from the gallery. The guest artist is also expected to attend the opening reception usually scheduled for the first Saturday evening of the month. Artists interested in submitting for a solo or group exhibition should contact the gallery at for the exhibit prospectus and submission instructions. The deadline for entry for the August 2017 guest solo exhibition is March 15, 2017. Submissions are to be made through Submittable and a non-refundable $40 entry fee is charged at the time of entry.
Contemplation, Agility, and Sophistication
Deadline: 03/15/2017 | Location: International
Phylogeny Contemporary 2718 Elliott Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 206.485.7498 Call to Artist: Contemplation, Agility, and Sophistication Phylogeny Contemporary Begins its inaugural home season with a search to connect art collectors, and devotees to a reconsider significant periods in art history by engaging contemporary emerging and mid-career artist to originate new art, not as a duplication of style, but to bring the concept of the curatorial theory to modernity. Suprematism, Constructivism, and Futurism begin the series. Long ago I was moved by an exhibition at the Guggenheim about the art relating to the Russian Revolution. At present, the art of the protest is at the forefront of multi-faceted media coverage. Or is it art? I challenge the "protest poster" to elevate and return to the strength in delivering a message worthy of museum retrospectives for centuries to come. To investigate these three periods of significant change is again the focus of a exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art. The Village Voice* describes the exhibition: "A Revolutionary Impulse: The Rise of the Russian Avant-Garde," a succinct yet marvelous exhibition that makes vivid the full force and reaches of the rebellious minds and hands working between 1912 and 1935. Although these artists will always stir the air in their own right, right now they pose a question and perhaps offer a model, too: In the midst of political upheaval — in the violent shaking of the social order, whether outmoded or outvoted — how might an artist be? Let's re-think this concept "In the midst of political upheaval — in the violent shaking of the social order, whether outmoded or outvoted — how might an artist be?" Art protest has already exposed shock values and text based rants. People as a collective whole are exhausted and emotionally drained from the bombardment of aggressive bickering. Most when asked still want now more than ever to be a part of the change. It's is not necessarily the message. It is how it is said. The Prospectus for this exhibition and about an amalgamation of modernity, originality, highly technical art combined with elements that made these three historical periods significant: Friction. Destruction. Invention. Vision. "The remarkable sense of creative urgency, radical cross-fertilization, and synthesis within the visual arts—and the aspirations among the Russian avant-garde to affect unprecedented sociopolitical transformation—wielded an influence on art production in the 20th century that reverberates throughout the course of modern history."** MoMA Call to Artist: Entries due: March 15, 2017, midnight PST Phylogeny Contemporary 2718 Elliott Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 contact: Lori Johns Please email to the following for consideration: • CV • BIO • Statement • Website Address • Social Media Addresses • Proposal - a small statement describing your position on this particular theme described in detail above. • Three to Four Images of your most recent body of work that would relate to your proposal. All Mediums are welcome, this is a small gallery, however, and larger scale works are prohibitive. *Krasinski, Jennifer. "MoMA Explores the Rise of the Avant-Garde in Bolshevik Russia." Village Voice. February 14, 2017. Accessed February 14, 2017. **"A Revolutionary Impulse: The Rise of the Russian Avant-Garde | MoMA." The Museum of Modern Art. Accessed February 14, 2017.
Deadline: 03/31/2017 | Location: Colorado
Morgan Community College's CACE Gallery of Fine Art in Fort Morgan, CO, is seeking artists for solo exhibitions for the 2017-18 academic year. Registration is ongoing, but we review applications for said year in April 2017. Artists not selected for the upcoming year remain in our artists registry for future consideration. As a non-profit gallery, we offer our artists 90 percent of sale proceeds. Please visit our website for more information and to apply online. We do not accept applications through post. Contact: Rachel Kellum |  970-542-3203 | |
Call for contemporary western art
Deadline: 04/01/2017 | Location: Texas
Estancia Art is now accepting new Artists work for gallery exhibition. We specialize in Texas inspired art such as longhorns, western, equestrian or Texas landscapes of a contemporary nature. We do not consider work that is traditional. Our Austin gallery has several upcoming solo and group exhibition opportunities. We do not deal with prints or art in glass frames and have a strong preference for paintings on unframed or floater framed gallery wrapped canvas. Must have a clearly defined consistent contemporary style and no less than five available pieces ready to hang. Send high resolution 300DPI Jpeg images of work to karen@estanciaart and please put art submission in the subject line.
Wiseman/FireHoue Galleries Call For Exhibit Proposals 2018
Deadline: 05/19/2017 | Location: National
All artists 18+ are invited to submit proposals in any media. Work must be original and have been executed within the last two years. Send 20 digital files saved as high quality JPEGs on a CD or flash drive with image list (title, media, size), resume and artist statement to: Galleries 2018, Rogue Community College, 3345 Redwood Hwy, Grants Pass, OR 97527. Notification sent by June 23, 2017. If accepted, the artist is responsible for shipping costs to and from the gallery.
GOD in the abstract
Deadline: 07/15/2017 | Location: New Jersey
This is an international call for abstract art. The exhibit will be juried by Phoebe Pollinger, owner of a Montclair, NJ Art Consulting Firm and by Harry Simon, owner of Simon Gallery, Morristown, NJ. Please visit for prospectus and additional information.
Fairs and Festivals Galleries/Nonprofit Spaces
Deadline: 05/26/2017 | Location: Florida
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2017 Annual Contemporary Art Survey
Deadline: 03/01/2017 | Location: National
The Fort Collins Lincoln Center invites visual artists residing in the US to enter our national juried 2017 Annual Contemporary Art Survey with Guest Curator Zoe Larkins, Associate Curator for the Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver. The exhibition is an open call to artists working in all media and reflects the artists’ capacity to consider the wide world of issues, objects, imagery and ideas they encounter in creating art. We are seeking works in all media and genres that together will present a survey of contemporary art in America. Representational, abstract and conceptual work will be considered. $1750 in cash awards will be distributed, including $1000 Grand Prize. Please visit for a full prospectus and a link to the application.
Made in California Call for Artists
Deadline: 03/03/2017 | Location: California
Diverse and extraordinary, this annual juried exhibition highlights work from artists all over California. In its thirty-second year, Made in California continues to invite artists in all stages of their careers to showcase their talents and compete for a number of awards, including the much sought-after solo show opportunity. This regional show features artwork from a huge variety of mediums and explores creative movements happening here in the Golden State. Deadline: March 3, 2017 Show Dates: May 6 – June 30, 2017 Prospectus: Enter at Entry Fees: $20 per regular entry, $80 per solo show entry, Brea residents get one regular entry free Total award amount: $2250
2017 BAAC National Juried Exhibition
Deadline: 03/10/2017 | Location: National
The Batesville Area Arts Council’s 2017 National Juried Exhibition is open to all artists 18 and older working in 2D media. Entries must be original works created within the last 5 years. Reproductions not allowed. Works previously exhibited at the BAAC Gallery on Main are ineligible. Artists may submit up to three images with an entry fee of $25 ($20 for BAAC members). Two additional images may be submitted for an additional $5 each. Accepted works will be exhibited at the BAAC Gallery on Main (Batesville, AR) April 25 – June 10, 2017. Awards: 1st Place Award- $500 and solo exhibition in the BAAC Gallery on Main, sponsored by First Community Bank 2nd Place Award- $300, sponsored by Lyon College 3rd Place Award- $200 Purchase Prize Award- $500, sponsored by Citizens Bank Juror: Dayton Castleman is a Rogers, Arkansas based artist and manages 21c Museum in Bentonville. A New Orleans native, Dayton received his BA in drawing and painting from Belhaven University, and his MFA in sculpture from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He was Assistant Professor of Art and chair of sculpture at Trinity Christian College in Chicago before relocating to Arkansas where he taught as a Museum Educator at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. He is a recipient of an Arkansas Arts Council Individual Artist Grant, and he has permanent, site-specific installations in Philadelphia, PA and Bentonville, AR. His artwork has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States and Europe.
Juror: Susan Thompson, Assistant Curator at the Guggenheim Museum, is an organizing curator for the Young Collectors Council, which acquires the work of emerging artists for the permanent collection. Cash prizes, Powerpoint Presentation, Group Exhibition in our Gallery June 27 to July 15, 2017. Early entries (ends March 11, 11:59pm) = $35/ 3 works, $5 each additional work March 12- April 9 = $45/ 3 works, $5 each additional work. FOR GUIDELINES AND HOW TO ENTER GO TO:
Deadline: 03/12/2017 | Location: National
Juried show of art crafted from cast-off, discarded and re-purposed materials. We are seeking to exhibit sophisticated two- and three- dimensional art created in the re-use genre. We want to see art that demonstrates the importance of conserving our limited natural resources. Juried by Harriet Taub, Executive Director of Materials for the Arts. Entries must incorporate at least 50 percent of repurposed, recycled or reused materials. $3,000 in cash prizes. Prospectus:
Deadline: 03/24/2017 | Location: Virginia
All media 2-D and 3-D, national juried gallery exhibit for May 2017. Theme "Textures & Patterns". Cash awards. Entry fee: $25/1st, $5/each add'l; FCCA Members $20/1st, $5/each add'l. Download prospectus from and mail with entry form, fee, SASE, CD jpeg images to FCCA, 813 Sophia St., Fredericksburg, VA 22401. Online entries and PayPal accepted. Contact: Carrol Morgan, Phone 540-760-6928.
August Night 2017
Deadline: 04/15/2017 | Location: National
August Night 2017 at the Taos Art Museum at Fechin House is an exhibition and auction of art inspired by the creative heritage of the Southwest For 15 years, this annual juried exhibition has attracted collectors from across the US. Jurors: Dustin Belyeu, Director and Robert Carr, Assistant Director, Nedra Matteucci Galleries, Santa Fe, New Mexico. The exhibition will be displayed in the historic Fechin Studio and auctioned on August 26.
Deadline: 04/20/2017 | Location: Georgia
“Hands” is Charis Gallery’s first annual awarded exhibit. Envision acts of of serving, healing, creating, working, communicating… We encourage a wide variety of creative interpretation and look forward to seeing your original works! A nonrefundable fee of $15 for up to three entries must accompany your entry form. Pay online or by check. Details and Online Entry Form at awards will be presented at our Artists Reception. Feel free to submit any questions to
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The Summer of Love
Deadline: 03/20/2017 | Location: California
Arc Gallery announces “Summer of Love,” a Bay Area call for art. This exhibition pays tribute to the 1967 Summer of Love and celebrates its 50th anniversary. Bay Area artists are invited to submit works that celebrate or reimagine the brief period in 1967 that was the Summer of Love. Artists may explore these themes: Peace, Love, Freedom; social movements that arose out of the Summer of Love such as Anti-war, Environmental, Free Speech, Black Power, Women’s Movement, Gay Rights, Sexual Revolution, Farm Workers, Student Movement; anti-establishment attitudes; hippies and flower children; psychedelia; 1967 bands and music; pop art & op art; fiber art incorporating tie-dye, macramé, embroidery or beading; poster art; and artwork utilizing fonts popular in that era. Help us recreate and celebrate the amazing revolution that started in the Haight-Ashbury and changed the world forever. Media: sculpture, painting, drawing, photo, printmaking, ceramics, assemblage, collage, mixed media, fiber art, artist book. Eligibility: Artists are eligible who reside in the Bay Area counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, Napa, Sacramento, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma and Stanislaus. Jurors: Arc Partners Matthew Frederick, Priscilla Otani, Stephen C. Wagner, and Mike Yochum. Juror’s Award ribbon, certificate and $250 will be presented to each of the three works that express the most imaginative interpretation of the theme.
Edgewater Gallery 2017 Juried Fine Art Exhibition
Deadline: 04/03/2017 | Location: Vermont
Submission Deadline April 3. Exhibit on display in June. Cash prizes of $1000, $500, & $250. Submissions open to oil, acrylic, and watercolor artists age 18 and older from New England plus New York, New Jersey, & Pennsylvania. Each artist can submit up to 3 entries. $20, non-refundable, submission fee required per entry. For full details, submission guidelines, & form, visit
Flora & Fauna
Deadline: 04/24/2017 | Location: National
What plants or animals inhabit your Earthly Paradise? Are they life forms native to where you live or exotic flora and fauna from far reaches of the planet? Would you bring back extinct species, import life forms from other galaxies, or create phantasmagorical plants and animals from your imagination? Where do humans fit into your paradise? We welcome artists whose concerns are ecology-based as well as those whose subject matter is traditionally flora, fauna or landscapes. Eligibility: artists residing in the United States. Media accepted: Sculpture, painting, drawing, photo, printmaking, ceramics, assemblage, collage, mixed media, fiber art, artist book. Juror: Suzanne Gray, Seager Gray Gallery in Mill Valley, CA. Juror's award: 250 check, Juror’s Award ribbon, certificate and show catalog will be presented to each of the three works that express the most imaginative interpretation of the theme.
Highlands Art League and the 99s 6×6 art show and sale
Deadline: 03/17/2017 | Location: Florida
Donate your 6"x6" artworks to benefit International Organization of Women Pilots for women aviation scholarships and the Highlands Art League for grants and operating expenses. Deadline: March 17, 2017. Show date: April 14, 2017. Please go to for application and instructions.
For Mother Nature
Deadline: 12/31/2018 | Location: National
Your art can be more than beautiful; it can change the world. Save wilderness, protect endangered species, or preserve a beautiful place. Be part of a community of artists making a commitment to do something more. Our artists have their own websites but come together on to pledge support to environmental causes. How much to give from your art and who to give to, are up to you. Visitors learn about you, your artwork, and the environmental work you support. Let your artwork be part of something that matters.
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Open call for M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2018
Deadline: 03/03/2017 | Location: International
M1 Singapore Fringe Festival is calling for artist proposals for the 2018 Festival, which will be curated around the theme "Let's Walk", from the title of a series of striking street performances by eminent Singaporean contemporary artist, Amanda Heng. The M1 Singapore Fringe Festival is an annual festival of theatre, dance, music, visual arts and mixed media created and presented by Singaporeans and international artists. Themed differently each year, the Festival aims to bring the best of contemporary, cutting-edge and socially engaged works to the Singapore audience.
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Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control
Deadline: 12/31/2017 | Location: International
Turn to Skedaddle if you need animal or wildlife control. We serve Hamilton, Ottawa, Toronto, Mississauga, and various areas in Ontario. Contact us today.
Public Art/Percent-for-Art
“Dexter Art Gardens” is an annual sculpture exhibit sponsored by the Dexter Arts, Culture & Heritage Committee. 4 new outdoor sculptures will be juried into the current collection and displayed for 1 year. The artworks will be installed on concrete pads in high profile locations in historic Dexter, Michigan. In the 2015-2016 the display cycle, the City purchased one of the sculptures. Additional purchases may be made in the 2017-2018 cycle. These four new sculptures will also have complimentary garden displays designed by local garden enthusiasts to enhance the artwork. The submitted sculptures shall be transportation themed with special attention given to bicycle and automotive sculptures. Online and print brochures will be provided to the public throughout the year to inspire self-guided walking tours of the exhibit. These brochures will also be distributed during the well known annual festival “Dexter Daze” and the “Paint Dexter Plein Air Festival”. All work must be for sale and remain in the exhibit for the entire year (May 2017 - June 2018). Each artist accepted will receive a $700 stipend. The deadline for submissions is March 1st, 2017 Sculptures must be representational. Entries will be critiqued on artistic merit, originality and technical quality. Finalists will have to meet standards of public safety and durability of design and materials. Freestanding sculptures only will be considered. Work must be original, created by the artist, for sale, and remain in the exhibit for one year. Artists selected will be notified by the week of April 15th. The artists selected will be contacted by the City of Dexter by phone or email. The list of finalists will be announced on City of Dexter’s website and Facebook.
Publishing Opportunities
May 2017 International Print Issue Create! Magazine
Deadline: 03/19/2017 | Location: International
GUEST CURATOR: SANDRA APPERLOO Sandra Apperloo is a blogger, crafter & social media fanatic based in Utrecht, The Netherlands. She is the founder and curator of; a fun and passionate website that promotes starting and established artists from around the globe. Sandra has a passion for traveling and likes to look for inspiration abroad. In 2015 she traveled to one of her favorite cities, Tokyo, where she interviewed 10 contemporary artists and illustrators and met with the Tokyo Illustrators Society. CREATE! MAGAZINE IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE AN OPEN CALL FOR THE MAY 2017 INTERNATIONAL PRINT ISSUE JURIED BY SANDRA APPERLOO. Create! Magazine is an independent publication for artists, makers, and creative entrepreneurs. Our mission is to promote fresh, unique work of creatives from around the world. Each issue is filled with vibrant contemporary art, craft, design, and inspiring stories of the makers behind it. The magazine is released bimonthly in a limited edition print and digital format. ELIGIBILITY: Artists are welcome to apply with works in any medium: painting, sculpture, digital, printmaking, fiber, photography, mixed media, installation and more. Artists from all countries are welcome to submit. DEADLINE: March 19, 2017 FEE: $25 for 3 images, $30 for 5 images (non-refundable) WHERE TO PURCHASE: Copies will be available at several locations including McNally Jackson Books in NYC, Charlotte Street News in London, our online store and more. SELECTED ARTISTS: Artists selected by the guest juror will receive a 2-page spread including a brief bio, website, and 2 images in print and digital formats. Published artists will receive a complimentary digital issue and will be listed on our website/social media.
Deadline: 03/01/2017 | Location: National
Independent Day School seeks visual Artists in Residence.  Enthusiastic working artists sought for creative position working with students half time and producing own work half time during 5 week on-campus residency. Flexible personality, able and willing to provide K-12 students access to his/her own artistic thoughts and processes, as well as ability to help students with their own artistic growth required.  $3900 stipend, housing, travel and public work space provided.   Annual application deadline March 1.  Send:  letter of interest/intent, resume, list of references and phone numbers, link to personal website to:
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