ATTENTION ALL VISUAL,
AND LITERARY ARTISTS
The Arts Council of Princeton is actively seeking regional
visual, performing, and
literary artists. We are now accepting work
samples from performing artists for performances
and concerts (with a focus on ethnic dance and music), writers and poets for
literary programs (check Calendar and Employment Opportunities for more information),
arts educators for classes and workshops (look under Employment Opportunities),
and artists in all disciplines for an artist resource database.
ANNE REEVES ARTIST IN RESIDENCE GUIDELINES
To be considered for future exhibitions or to propose
an exhibition, please send a description of the project or idea, no more
than 20 jpegs on a CD,* artist statement and resume. Please send images
on a CD that the Arts Council will keep on file for future reference.
Visual Artist Opportunities
Arts Council of Princeton
Paul Robeson Center for the Arts
102 Witherspoon Street
Princeton, NJ 08542
Materials will be returned via SASE unless the Arts
Council of Princeton is keeping them for future reference.
* Where necessary, artists can submit slides or DVDs.
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information about Arts Council performances.
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All rights reserved. Attention, photographers!
The Princeton Regional Convention & Visitors Bureau is now accepting submissions for the 2013 Visitors Guide Photo Contest! These brochures are the official visitors guides for the Princeton Region, passed out by the hundreds and seen by thousands of folks from New Jersey, to California, to Japan! You don’t have to be a professional to enter; aspiring photographers are more than welcome. So what are you waiting for? Start snapping away to show the world what the region (and you) have to offer!
ABOG Fellowship for Socially Engaged Art
Seven Fellows will be selected to receive an unrestricted stipend of $20,000 to realize an innovative community-based project. Online application deadline: Monday, december 2, 2013. To view the complete application and selection guidelines visit the “Apply” section of the A Blade of Grass website at http://www.abladeofgrass.org/application/guidelines/.
CFEVA-Visual Artists Fellowship
The Center for Emerging Visual Artists (CFEVA) is proud to announce the application for its Visual Artist Fellowship is now open. All professional visual artists are encouraged to apply before November 15, 2013. Click here for guidelines.
As a collaboration between The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education (SCEE) and The Center for Emerging Visual Artists (CFEVA), The Landlab series invites professional artists to create projects which operate on the multiple platforms of artistic creation, ecological restoration and education. Specifically, four paid residencies of $3,000 each, taking place from April – October 2014, will grant selected artists resources and space on SCEE’s 340-acre property to engage audiences in the processes of ecological stewardship, scientific investigation, and artistic creation. Click here for more information.
Art Pride New Jersey—Call for Artists
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Art for the Cure
October 19-20—Call for Artists
For more information, visit their website
New Jersey Artists Grant Watch
For more information, visit newjersey.grantwatch.com
BCIE's New Jersey Print and Paper Fellowship Call-For-Entry
For more information, visit BCIE
Cross Cultural Collaborative
Cross Cultural Collaborative, Inc. is an educational nonprofit that invites people to Ghana to promote cultural exchange and understanding through the arts. Our vision is to place people from different life experiences in an environment where they can exchange ideas and find universal connections.
Cross Cultural Collaborative, Inc. invites artists and scholars from all over the world to work with Ghanaians on collaborations that range from mosaic walls to documentary films. Most visitors to Ghana have only a superficial connection with the people. We find that by bringing people to live and work at CCC, Inc., we break down stereotypical thinking. Our participants form lasting friendships and come to appreciate not only other cultures but their own as well. Visitors have an opportunity to be immersed in a spiritual cultural grounded in tradition where art is part of everyday life.
We offer summer workshops for teachers and opportunities to work with Ghanaian children as well as interact with Ghanaian educators. Invited artists will stay at Aba House, a guest house and cultural center where workshops and other activities sponsored by CCC take place. Across the street from the ocean and only a half hour drive to the airport, Aba House is located in Nungua, a coastal fishing village in a suburb of Accra, the capital.
For more information, see our web site at www.culturalcollaborative.org
Grumbacher paint is looking for accomplished artists who can teach two hour workshops at a major retailer. Specifically, we are looking for those capable of demonstrating a still life, landscape, seascape, and floral. We have developed a flexible curriculum in acrylics for an artist to use or to adapt it to fit the artist’s style. Compensation is $100/workshop. The artist will teach approximately one to four workshops per store per month and the artist will have flexibility in their scheduling. The workshops will be geographically located all over the U.S. and Canada. All teaching materials will be provided to the artist at no cost. If you or anyone you know may be interested please have them email me at email@example.com. Interested artists should include your location (city and state) so we can match the information to the recruiter in the area.