Monday, September 14, 2009

Opportunities!

  • A.I.R. GALLERY FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM: 18-month professional development program and solo show opportunity for emerging and under-represented women artists.
    Deadline: October 31, 2009 Click HERE to apply online. Click HERE to download an application.
    2009 – 2010 Panelists: Lowery Stokes-Sims, Curator, Museum of Art and Design; Harriet Senie, Art Critic and Art Historian; and Catherine Morris, Curator of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at The Brooklyn Museum.
    A.I.R. Gallery111 Front Street, #228 Brooklyn, NY 11201 Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Sunday 11am - 6pm212-255-6651info@airgallery.org
  • Call for participants for The Ironing Board Project
    I am seeking women to participate in a project I have been working on for about two years. What began as a project as part of my MFA has become an ongoing and growing project involving collection, printmaking, performance and eventually publication.
    The Ironing Board Project was born out of a desire to reveal and preserve a feminine narrative which is often overlooked in contemporary culture. The multiple elements of this project, including collection, performance and installation, work together to illustrate and illuminate a narrative of the ordinary woman. There are few parameters for submission and detailed information can be found at www.theibp.wordpress.com or you can contact me and I will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
    Please take a moment to visit the site, check out the invitation and consider participating. I am currently preparing for the second performance which will take place in Kentucky in October. I hope to find more venues and opportunities over the next year or so and will keep the blog updated as I find them.
    Thank you!
    Susan Mulder
    susanmulder@rocketmail.com
    www.theibp.wordpress.com
  • Center for Emerging Visual Arts Fellowship Deadline October 1st. Two-Year Career Development Fellowship for Emerging Artists. The Center for Emerging Visual Artists strives to provide the essential support services and programs emerging artists need to build sustainable careers.To apply using our online application go to: http://www.cfeva.org/cfeva_programs_career.aspx
  • Young Women's Caucus for Art info: The Blog, Facebook and Twitter of Young Women's Caucus are up running now, please check it out, and spread the word to your young-women-artist friends.
    The URLs are:
    Blog: http://YoungWC.blogspot.com
    Facebook: http://wwwfacebook.com/group.php?gid=141638976822
    Twitter: http://twitter.com/youngWC
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