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Fray Zacarías Martínez, 2
MONTEHERMOSO 2010 Art and Research Grants
The Centro Cultural Montehermoso Kulturunea, in accordance with its desire to support creation and research in contemporary art and thought, announces a call for entries for a series of grants. The objective of this initiative, which is promoted by the Vitoria-Gasteiz City Council, is to facilitate the production of thirteen selected projects in the following categories: Art Project Production, Curatorship, Research and Film Scripts. Authors of any nationality, regardless of age, can present their projects individually or collectively.
ART PROJECT PRODUCTION
2010 Artist in Residence Program: The Byrdcliffe Arts Colony / The
Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, located in the Catskill Mountains, Woodstock, NY
USA. Founded as an Arts & Crafts community in 1903, it has been a haven for
visual artists, potters, writers, crafts people, musicians and theatre
artists for almost a century. The Residency Program offers writers, visual
artists and composers one-month residencies from June-September. The cost
per 4 week session is $300. (Playwrights US citizens only may apply for the
Handel Fellowship.) (Writers under the age of 35, who need financial
assistance, may apply for a $100 scholarship from The Patterson Fund.)
Fellowships available for artists!!
Deadline: March 01, 2010
Application fee: $35 USD
NON STOP MEDIА V
FESTIVAL OF YOUTH PROJECTS
Kharkiv Municipal Art Gallery opens the competition for the V Festival of
Youth Projects NON STOP MEDIA.
Dates of the Festival first weeks of April 2010.
We announce an open preliminary competition the winners of which will be
pronounced by the competent jury, and will have the right to display their
works during Festival’s competition program. 25 projects will be selected
and will make up the base of the program.
The main goal of the Festival is to provoke and motivate young authors to
project-based art creation. Therefore, the project-oriented thinking,
professionalism in implementing project idea, innovation, taboo overcoming
(art, social…) and “contemporary language” will be the key priority in
Program Dates: June 6 - 15, 2010
March 12, 2010
Building on its history as a hub for curatorial ideas, ICI is supporting a new generation of curators to develop exhibition proposals.
Call for applications
The Future Generation Art Prize is a world-wide art prize of 100,000 USD open to all artists up to the age of 35. .
Online application from 18 January till 18 April 2010
The jurors are:
• Daniel Birnbaum (Sweden) – Director of the Städelschule Art Academy, Frankfurt am Main; Director of the Venice Biennale 2009
• Okwui Enwezor (Nigeria) – Director of Documenta XI; Former Dean of Academic Affairs and Senior Vice President at San Francisco Art Institute
• Yuko Hasegawa (Japan) – Chief Curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (MOT); former Chief Curator of the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
Open Call for Entries for All Photographers
Theme: Landscapes • Unfeigned or Illusory
A Landscape, as defined by this Call for Entry, can be representational or non-representational, urban, suburban or rural.
Juror: Todd Brandow, Founding Director of the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography.
Entry Fee: $35 up to 5 images; $10 each additional (no limit on number that may be submitted)
Prizes: $300 for 1st; $200 for 2nd; $100 for 3rd
Entries Due: March 8, 2010
Notice of Acceptance: March 18, 2010
Exhibition Dates: April 23, 2010 – June 13, 2010 at the Mpls Photo Center
Reception: April 23, 2010, 6:30 - 9:00 pm at the Mpls Photo Center
About the Juror
The Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art (LAAFA) is currently looking to hire a highly motivated full-time ADMISSIONS DIRECTOR. The qualified candidate will work with a talented team of individuals in a creative environment where they will have the opportunity to make their mark in the world of art education.
LAAFA offers a full time, 3-year studio art program with a focus on a disciplined approach to representational painting. Within this framework, we offer a broad range of technical and conceptual approaches to the articulation of the perceived and the experienced. The mission of our school is to provide its students with both the technical and intellectual ability to address issues in the contemporary art world.
The California Community Foundation will award $260,000 in Fellowships for Visual Artists to 14 Los Angeles individual artists. Ten fellowships at $20,000 each will be awarded to mid-career artists and four fellowships at $15,000 each will be awarded to emerging artists.
For more than 90 years, CCF has recognized, encouraged and supported the Southern California arts community by funding and nurturing a full range of artistic expressions. The Fellowships for Visual Artists is designed to support local artists in advancing to the next level of professional development. The fellowships draw together the J. Paul Getty Trust Fund for the Visual Arts, the Brody Arts Fund, the Joan Palevsky Endowment for the Future of Los Angeles and other CCF funds.
Los Angeles Children's Chorus (LACC)
Development (Part-time, 20 hrs/wk)
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Development Associate is responsible for assisting the Director of
Development in coordinating and implementing the development functions for
Los Angeles Children's Chorus. Development functions include: the
cultivation, solicitation and acquisition of gifts to the annual fund
(individual, foundation, corporate, government); prospect research; grant
writing and report preparation; record keeping and file management; donor
acknowledgment and benefit delivery; and execution of special events and
self-produced concerts. Additional responsibilities may be assigned as
Application Deadline: Friday, February 19, 2010 by 5:00pm
(Not a postmark deadline)
REDCAT is accepting proposals for original performance works for the 2010 New Original Works Festival. The Festival is designed to support the development and presentation of contemporary performance in Los Angeles through a three-week interdisciplinary program of dance, theater, music and multi-disciplinary works. Entering its seventh year, the Festival features a flexible schedule to accommodate a variety of short works and some longer projects in Los Angeles premieres, and provides development support through technical assistance, access to the theater and its sound and lighting inventory and an honorarium.