One Strange Bird – art workshops

Chicago, IL Join us for art classes in Chicago! Our BYOB art workshops are a great place to learn a new skill, meet new people, and make something you will be proud of.  No experience or skills needed.  Just bring your creative side, some friends, and drinks. Designed to be affordable and flexible, our single … Continue reading

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Queer Caucus for Art – CAA 2014

The Curatorial Committee of the Queer Caucus for Art seeks innovative proposals for a QCA-sponsored exhibition, held in conjunction with CAA in Chicago in February 2014. The exhibition can be conceived and planned in concert with a venue or independently. The selected curator or curatorial team will be responsible for securing a venue in Chicago, … Continue reading

Summer Print Workshop

The Collaborative Print: An Island Press Master Class with Trenton Doyle Hancock June 4-22, 2012 Application Deadline Extended: May 1, 2012 Collaboration can be a dynamic force in the work of any artist, particularly printmakers. This three-week workshop provides participants a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the environment of workshop printing at the Sam … Continue reading

VPA seeks applicants for Sandra Kahn Alpert Visiting Artist Program

Syracuse University: The College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) is now accepting applications for the Sandra Kahn Alpert Visiting Artist Program. The program was established by Alpert, 1945 alumna of VPA, and her husband, Clement C. Alpert, to bring leading visual artists to the SU campus to engage in direct interaction with students and … Continue reading

Craft Center Workshops

At the Appalachian Center for Craft, a satellite campus of Tennessee Tech University (TTU), our students explore diverse options in professional craft studies. The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree is the centerpiece of the Craft Center’s academic programs. The Craft Center promotes excellence in American craft by teaching tradition and innovation in technique, concept and … Continue reading

NYC MFA competition

DEADLINE: Tue, May 15, 2012 2012 MFA National Competition – First Street Gallery, NYC Location: NY July 19-August 10, 2012. Open to artists enrolled in an MFA program during the 2012 calendar year in the United States. Juror: John Yau, renowned New York art critic, poet, educator and author of books on Jasper Johns and … Continue reading

Call for Students

Call for Student Artwork to Display at the 2012 National Art Educators Association Conference, NYC Conference/Display: March 1- 4, 2012 Location: Downtown New York City Artwork Due: February 10, 2011 Sign up at: www.thedreamrocket.com To Request flyer to be snail mailed to you, please email Jennifer Marsh (NAEA Member) at Jennifer@thedreamrocket.com or Jennifer.marsh@washburn.edu Artwork already submitted and will … Continue reading

Summer painting program in Paris

For the second year Columbia University of New York City is offering an Advanced Painting Intensive Program which will run for six weeks from May 21st-June 29th, 2012.  Columbia faculty along with many painters of national stature will be visiting and lecturing over the course of the six weeks. Last year they hosted painters as … Continue reading

School of Visual Arts – Tracey Baran Award 2011

The Tracey Baran Award was established to honor the memory and achievements of Tracey Baran, a young photographer who died after a brief illness in 2008. The annual award, with a fellowship grant of $5,000, will be given to one emerging female photographer who is a citizen of the United States. The grant recipient will … Continue reading

MFA Professional Development Fellowship

College Art Association Deadline: 09/30/11 CAA’s Professional-Development Fellowships in the Visual Arts support promising artists enrolled in MFA programs nationwide. Five fellows will each be honored with a $5,000 grant to help them with various aspects of their work, whether it be for job-search expenses or purchasing materials for the studio. CAA believes a grant of … Continue reading