Artist Residency/Curatorial Fellowship
Deadline: September 30, 2019
Red Bull Arts Detroit is pleased to announce that applications for the program’s 2020 Artist Residency and Curatorial Fellowship are now open to the public, with a deadline of September 30.
We’d be thrilled to have the application information shared with SCAD’s network, and considered for inclusion in one of your newsletters or social media posts.
Submissions will be reviewed by a Selection Committee comprising artist, writer and curator, Michelle Grabner; writer, artist and Associate Curator of Exhibitions at The Studio Museum in Harlem, Legacy Russell; artist and 2018 Red Bull Arts Detroit Artist-in-Residence Joiri Minaya; and art historian and theorist Michael Stone-Richards.
Red Bull Arts Detroit’s Artist Residency program will continue to provide artists at different stages of their careers the resources and freedom to develop their practice, with nine artists selected for three two-month-long residency cycles. Transportation to Detroit is included, as are fully-furnished off-site living accommodations, and access to a 6,000-square-foot shared studio space. Artists are also provided an $8,000 unrestricted stipend, as well as a $2,000 individual budget for hiring assistants, sourcing materials, or otherwise producing work in Detroit. Deadline: September 30, 2019.
Red Bull Arts Detroit is committed to holistically supporting the arts locally and nationally. As such, we seek to provide alternative exhibition platforms to the vast network of independent curators who offer new ways of seeing, understanding, and experiencing artists and their works. The program creates an opportunity for a curator to realize an exhibition concept and bring it to the public in Detroit. The Curatorial Fellow is provided a $5,000 stipend, and a $15,000 exhibition budget, both unrestricted, as well as budget for three-to-four public programs as agreed with Red Bull Arts Detroit. Deadline: September 30, 2019.
Artist Residency / Exhibitions
Deadline: October 14, 2019
|We’re happy to announce that the submission period for our International Residency Program is now officially OPEN!NARS Foundation hosts international and US-based artists for 3 or 6-month residencies, providing space and time in an artist community, located in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.Artists receive curatorial and project support, weekly studio visits, networking opportunities, and participate in a program designed to foster artistic experimentation and exchange among peers. In addition, artists have opportunities to present their work through public programming, exhibitions, and bi-annual Open Studios.For more information about NARS’ International Residency Program, visit our website. U.S. BASED APPLICANTS: Apply Here NARS is pleased to invite artists, curators, collectives, cultural producers, and thinkers to propose solo or group exhibitions that reflect our mission to foster and represent important artistic directions and critical dialogue in contemporary art and culture.NARS will invite select applicants to further develop proposals and provide the space, support, and resources to mount ambitious and compelling exhibitions. Proposals will be considered and developed for either exhibition space, for shows running from 3-6 weeks. EXHIBITIONS OPEN CALL: Apply Here|
Deadline: October 31, 2019
Kunstraum is excited to launch an Open Call for our new Residency Program. Starting January 2020, Kunstraum now offers 3-month residencies for two artists (national and international) in a quarterly cycle. Founded by artists for artists, Kunstraum is a studio hub, incubator, and gallery space in Brooklyn with the mission to provide affordable spaces to artists that fosters exchange and networking opportunities. Located between the historical neighborhood of Clinton Hill and newly developed Navy Yard, Kunstraum spreads out between two bright and renovated artist lofts.
Each residency includes a studio space inside our subdivided lofts and access to our gallery space, participation in our summer show in August, sales opportunities via an online gallery, and a great artist community to meet and interact with. The resident artist will be offered two studio visits per month by curators, gallerists, critics, art advisers, social media promotion and a feature of your work on our website.
Deadline: November 30, 2019
Button Art, Inc. is seeking artist submissions following Gwinnett’s Bicentennial Anniversary. To further the love of art in Gwinnett, Button Art – in collaboration with artists across all mediums and boundaries – will manage, create and install 200 original Button Sculptures throughout Gwinnett inspired by the County’s 200th birthday and celebrating the future of Gwinnett. Each Button Sculpture will have a plaque bearing names of sponsors and the artist.
Open to all, from children to international talents and all levels from novice to inspirational master across all mediums (painting, digital art, photography, sculpture, graffiti, etc.). Selected artists have a chance of winning between $1,000 to $10,000 for various categories such as team art collaboration, most reflective art of Gwinnett’s history, largest social media and more.
Art submissions will be accepted online at https://www.buttonart.org/call-for-artists between September 1 to November 30, 2019. Only digital images can be submitted as JPEG, PNG or PDF file with minimum 300 DPI resolution suitable to print 47.5″ x 47.5”.
Button, Art, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation that provides an art presence for the local community by collecting and curating a wide range of art submitted by local and national artists. All art will be on display for the public to engage with and enjoy, while paying tribute to the history of Gwinnett County, GA.
Deadline: December 10, 2019
We would like to formally invite your students and artists to join our International Talent Competition, the first Western and Eastern art gathering, with an emphasis on cultural narratives and global engagement. Please visit our site here: https://www.join talents.com/competition
Our 2019 painting contest is now open to all artists and students, with categories in Watercolor, Oil Painting, Pastel and Acrylic. The submission guidelines and awards can be viewed at the following links: Submission-GuidelinesandAwards
The painting contest will be juried by Maestro Luca Battini and Mr. Jean Stern. Some of our unique benefits include:
- $60,000 in total cash prizes
- Impressions of the World exhibition tour and sales events
- Global online exhibition in multiple languages
- Talent Page – Artist’s new online profile page
- High-end publication feature and media interviews…
Volunteer at SCAD Savannah Film Festival Rub elbows with Hollywood’s hottest celebrities as a SCAD Savannah Film Festival volunteer or moderator. To be a volunteer, you must attend at least one of the following interest meetings:
Friday, Sept. 20, 2019, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 27, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
A résumé and headshot are recommended but not required for moderators of discussions and Q&A sessions. Audition sides will be available.
These events are free and open to SCAD Card holders. Volunteers, email Robin Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Katie Hughes at email@example.com. Aspiring moderators, email Caitlin DePue Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Laugh along with humorist Harrison Scott Key at SCAD Story Hour Monday, Sept. 30, 2019, 5–6 p.m.
Arnold Hall, theater
Join SCAD executive dean and award-winning author Harrison Scott Key for a rollicking read from his critically acclaimed memoir, Congratulations, Who Are You Again?, followed by a Q&A.
Presented by the School of Liberal Arts. Free and open to all SCAD Card holders.
Questions? Email Erin Trifon at email@example.com.