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This Week: Bill Schmidt and scholar Kristen Hileman in conversation at C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore School for the Arts Senior Recitals, Work Matters lecture at BMI, Rent Party at Baltimore Museum of Art, Jami Attenberg at Greedy Reads Remington, Out of Order (OOO) and KidOOO at Maryland Art Place, Yeah No: A NOT Symposium on Arts and Regional Perspectives at MICA + Eubie Blake, Baltimore Old Time Festival at BMI, artist talk with Lavett Ballard at Galerie Myrtis, Joyce J. Scott and Tim Tate receptions at Goya, and 2024 Baker Artist Award Finalist Showcase + Miranda Javid and Brendan Sullivan opening receptions at Current — PLUS the Trawick Prize deadline and more featured opportunities!

 

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Artist Conversation with Bill Schmidt & Kristen Hileman
Tuesday, April 16 :: 5:30pm
@ C. Grimaldis Gallery

We are pleased to host a gallery talk with artist Bill Schmidt and curator & scholar Kristen Hileman where they will discuss Schmidt’s art practice and current exhibition, Made (Up).

The exhibition is on view through Saturday, April 20, 2024.

 

 

Baltimore School for the Arts | Senior Recitals
Tuesday, April 16 + Thursday, April 18
@ Baltimore School for the Arts

Two final senior recitals remain, April 16 & 18, providing a unique opportunity to witness our music seniors perform one last time in the Straus Recital Hall before they embark on their next chapters post-BSA. These recitals are an excellent opportunity to experience the talent of our highly accomplished musicians up close.
Free.

 

 

Work Matters: Unions, from Bethlehem Steel to Baristas
Wednesday, April 17 :: 6:30-7:30pm
@ Baltimore Museum of Industry

Join us for a discussion exploring the perspectives of steelworkers and service industry workers about the role that unions have played in their lives. The collective fight for labor rights has long been central in American history and heritage. What are the commonalities and differences between past and present movements and what might be in store for labor activism in the future?

Cost: Program included with museum admission.

Come early or stay late to enjoy everything the BMI has to offer. The BMI is open until 8:00 PM on April 17.

 

 

“Rent Party”: African American Urban Dance Music from Ragtime to House
Thursday, April 18 :: 6-9pm
@ The Baltimore Museum of Art

Join us for a tribute to the Rent Party, a site of music and dance experience for the black urban migrant of the early 1900s. The Rent Party was an opportunity for confident, joyful self-expression and freedom from codes that regulated racial and sexual conduct, freedom from the ideals of uplift, sobriety, and propriety. It was a moment and a space for staking vernacular pleasure. It was an unapologetic place for Black creative expression.

This evening will begin with a presentation by Professor Shana Redmond of Columbia University on the philosophical and symbolic significance of the Rent Party followed by a music and dance performance that pays homage to the dynamic Rent Party dance music tradition. Peabody Jazz Studies faculty members Nasar Abadey (percussion) and Richard Johnson (piano) will play an improvisational jam session showcasing the evolution of Black musical history. Baltimore house music dancers will respond to the music live, artfully demonstrating their distinctive stylistic movement. A catered wine reception will immediately follow the program.

This free program commemorates the life of Donald V. Bentley and is presented by the JHU Billie Holiday Center for Liberation Arts in partnership with the Baltimore Museum of Art. Registration is encouraged. 

 

 

CityLit Festival 2024 Master Class: Jami Attenberg
Friday, Apri 18 :: 6-8pm
@ Greedy Reads Remington

What does it take to lead a creative life every day? New York Times bestselling author Jami Attenberg will offer a workshop on how to carve out a creative life for yourself. The author of seven novels and the 2022 memoir I Came All This Way To Meet You, as well as the new motivational creativity book 1000 Words: A Writer’s Guide to Staying Creative, Focused, and Productive All Year Round, Jami is a “writer’s writer,” with decades of experience in pursuit of a creative life.

This workshop will share ideas and perspectives for putting your own creativity first: How can writers best serve their own creative processes? Where do you go for inspiration? How important is community to our writing lives? And how can you create a life in this business of art?

This workshop will include a talk, a writing prompt with a group write-along. Jami will also explain the development of the worldwide literary movement #1000wordsofsummer. And bring your questions, too! This will be a welcoming and collaborative environment.

 

 

Out of Order: Untitled & Uncensored
Friday, April 19 :: 6-10pm
@ Maryland Art Place

Maryland Art Place (MAP) is excited to announce Out of Order (OOO), MAP’s Annual Spring Benefit Exhibition & Silent Auction, on Friday, April 19, 2024, at 6 o’clock in the evening. This year marks the 27th year of OOO. The auction will be both a virtual and physical exhibition and will be held in the MAP building located at 218 West Saratoga Street, just within the Bromo Arts District. OOO is a highly celebrated exhibition-event, and a ‘one-night-only’ opportunity for patrons and collectors to acquire contemporary art at unbelievably low silent auction prices.

MAP is happy to continue KIDOOO, a youth version of Out of Order. KIDOOO was created as an opportunity for young artists to exhibit their work in a major arts venue, extending MAP’s services to students in elementary, middle, and high school level art classes. MAP will host an art making workshop the day on install so participating artists can come to hang and stay to create! All craft materials will be provided!

This year’s theme for OOO is Untitled & Uncensored in honor of all the artwork that goes nameless. Artwork Does not need to be untitled to be entered – but it is encouraged. Attendees of the event can expect light fare, open bar, entertainment by DJ Aran Keating of Ridiculous Entertainment, ‘drag queens in theme’ and more. And let’s not forget KIDOOO, our free Out Of Order for children ages 5-16.

Come dressed to impress and join the celebration in support of local & regional artists. Tickets are $40 presale and $45 at the door. Tickets include light tastings and an open bar. All tickets also include free entry to KIDOOO, MAP’s accompanying youth-driven OOO exhibition to be held on the 3rd floor of the MAP building the very same evening. Parents/guardians of KIDOOO may attend at a discounted price of $25 presale and $30 at the door. Arrow Parking will be providing free parking for OOO guests at the Arrow Lot across the street from Maryland Art Place on Saratoga Street. To purchase tickets visit: OutofOrder2024.givesmart.com

Visit MAP’s exhibition page for more information or read the full prospectus online. This year all bidding will be entirely virtual. Loan agreements can be filled out on-site when you deliver your work. Please bring your phone to complete the loan form virtually. We will have staff and volunteers on-site to assist you with this process. Email Caitlin, MAP’s Exhibition Manager with any OOO inquiries, Caitlin@mdartplace.org.

 

 

Yeah No: A NOT Symposium on Arts and Regional Perspectives
Friday, April 19 + Saturday, April 20
@ MICA + Eubie Blake Cultural Center

Created as a collaboration between BULK Space, Mdw, and Independent Curators International, this gathering is a dynamic fusion of regional perspectives and global insights. “Yeah No” is a two-day activation designed to investigate different regions around the US and how people engage with art, culture, and their relationships to labor. “Yeah, No” is honored to partner with Bromo Arts District, a Baltimore staple, to elevate the meaning of place and celebrate Baltimore-based brilliance. This NOT symposium invites you to delve into the stories shaping the cultural tapestries of various regions throughout the US—places where creativity, dedication, and behind-the-scenes work converge to form compelling narratives.

April 19th

Yeah No Open Studios w/ : MICA Grad Students

Yeah No is proud to partner with MICA grad students from Community Arts, LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting, Mount Royal School of Art (Multidisciplinary MFA), Photography + Media & Society and Rinehart School of Sculpture to open their studios.

April 20th

Yeah No: Let’s Meet @ Eubie Blake!

Guests are invited to Eubie Blake National Jazz and Cultural Center to participate in a series of conversations around what it means to work as curators, administrators, and organizers. These conversations will be inspired by the idea of regionality and the ways in which this work can happen depending on access to tools and resources. This will be an opportunity to be in community and conversation with industry professionals and aspiring curators.

 

 

​The Baltimore Old Time Music Festival
Friday, April 19 + Saturday, April 20
@ Baltimore Museum of Industry

​The Baltimore Old Time Music Festival brings together the brightest Old Time Stringband musicians in the country to celebrate where this vibrant music form exists today. Join host artists Ken & Brad Kolodner along with a dizzying lineup for two days of concerts featuring brilliant musicianship and shimmering vocal harmonies, hands-on workshops, jamming, square dancing, conversation and revelry that’s fun for all ages.

 

 

We are the Magic Makers by Lavett Ballard, 2021, Mixed media/ collage on reclaimed wood, 38 x 32" Image courtesy of the artist and Galerie Myrtis

Lavett Ballard ‘Good Fences: Neighboring Narratives of the Soul’ | Artist Talk
Saturday, April 20 :: 4-6pm
@ Galerie Myrtis

Galerie Myrtis is pleased to announce Lavett Ballard’s forthcoming solo exhibition, Good Fences: Neighboring Narratives of the Soul. The opening reception will be held at Galerie Myrtis, 2224 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland on Saturday, March 30th from 4:00 ‐ 6:00 pm. The event is free, and all are welcome. No appointment is necessary to attend.

Good Fences: Neighboring Narratives of the Soul explores the utilization of fences within my artistic journey. These structures symbolize both division and protection, especially concerning the social and cultural challenges faced by people of color. With a focus on wooden fences, their significance extends beyond mere physical barriers; they represent the passage of time through the intricate grains of the wood. Moreover, the act of reclaiming these fences serves as a powerful reminder that the old can always be rejuvenated and transformed anew.

Through my artistic endeavor, I aim to visually articulate and celebrate the intertwined past and present experiences of individuals within the African diaspora. By illuminating our shared narratives, I seek to foster a deeper connection to our ancestors and a broader global community.” – Lavett Ballard

The exhibit runs from March 30 – May 4, 2024. Gallery hours: Wednesday – Saturday from 2:00 – 6:00 pm by appointment. Hours are extended during special events. For additional information on this exhibition, please contact the gallery at (410) 235‐3711 or Ky Vassor, Gallery Manager, at [email protected]. For sales inquiries, please contact our Sales Manager, Noel Bedolla, at [email protected].

 

 

Bearing Witness: A History of Prints by Joyce J. Scott // NOW: Collaborations by Joyce J. Scott and Tim Tate | Receptions
Saturday, April 20 :: 4-6pm
@ Goya Contemporary

 

 

 

2024 Baker Artist Award Finalist Showcase | Opening Reception
Saturday, April 20 :: 7pm
@ Current Space

Current Space is proud to present the 2024 Baker Artist Award Finalist Showcase, an exhibition of works by finalists in the Visual and Interdisciplinary Arts disciplines, on view in the Project Space.

Please join us for the opening reception on April 20th from 7-10pm!

Check out all of the finalists here: https://bakerartist.org/about-us/blog/2024-baker-artist-award-finalists-announced

Exhibit Runs: April 20 – June 2, 2024
Gallery Hours: Saturdays 1-5pm or by appointment
Location: Current Space, 421 North Howard Street, Baltimore, MD

This exhibition opens concurrently with “Having a Body.” Be sure to explore both exhibitions while you’re here!

And come hungry – Kooper’s Chowhound Burger Wagon will be out back in the courtyard during the open reception. We’ll also be serving drinks outside in the Current Space Garden Bar.

 

 

Having a Body | Opening Reception
Saturday, April 20 :: 7pm
@ Current Space

Current Space is proud to present ‘Having a Body,’ an exhibition of works by Miranda Javid and Brendan Sullivan.

Please join us for the opening reception on April 20th from 7-10pm!

‘Having a Body’ contains works of animation, sculpture, and drawing. In each medium, the gestures are fragmentary, like excerpts from a journal or the field notes of a 19th century naturalist whose subject is the inconsistency of self, both the internal and external in equal consideration.

There is humor in the work, as well as contemplative spaces of blank expanses and existential strains. Above all else, ‘Having A Body’ is an invitation of quietude expressed through a human lens.

Exhibit Runs: April 20 – June 2, 2024
Opening Reception: April 20, 7-10pm
Gallery Hours: Saturdays 1-5pm, by appointment, & whenever we’re open (check out the show anytime you’re here)!
Location: Current Space, 421 North Howard Street, Baltimore, MD

This exhibition opens concurrently with 2024 Baker Artist Award Finalist Showcase, on view in the newly reopened Project Space. Be sure to explore both exhibitions while you’re here!

And come hungry – Kooper’s Chowhound Burger Wagon will be out back in the courtyard during the open reception. We’ll also be serving drinks outside in the Current Space Garden Bar.

 

 

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Voices of Our Ancestors 2024
deadline April 17
posted by Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) & the Black Art Today Foundation

Our ancestors have passed down to us much more than our physical traits and personalities. Their stories of hardship and prosperity, failure and success, servitude and freedom, relocation and settlement, and other aspects of the human experience have helped to shape who we are today. The traditions and ancestral knowledge passed down to us influence our worldviews and the values that we will pass on to future generations. Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) and the Black Art Today Foundation ask artists to share works that give voice to the enduring values and experiences passed down to them through community and family. Any original 2D and 3D artwork in any media will be considered. Works selected by the juror will be exhibited in MFA’s Circle Gallery from June 26 – July 25, 2024.

 

 

Exhibits Manager Opportunity
deadline April 18
posted by Banneker-Douglass Museum

The Banneker-Douglass Museum and Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture are seeking a passionate and creative Exhibits Manager to help in our mission of preserving Maryland’s African American heritage.

Through this opportunity, you can:

• Dive into the heart of heritage by creating innovative and dynamic interpretive content for exhibitions, both permanent and temporary.

• Evaluate the aesthetic and historical value of collection items and be the voice of our exhibitions, bringing their stories to life across platforms – from publications to podcasts.

• Craft engaging materials to support our public programs.

• Assist with tours, docent training, and the development of exhibition schedules.

The deadline to apply is this Thursday, April 18th at 11:59pm.

 

 

Seasonal Site Manager for Art @ Work
deadline April 19
posted by BOPA

BOPA is teaming up with Jubilee Arts to present the summer 2024 Art@Work program. The organizations are looking to hire a seasonal Site Manager. The total compensation is $6,000, paid in bi-weekly installments as a 1099 contractor. Total program work hours will not exceed 200 hours, including pre-program orientation and end-of-program wrap up. The program runs from June 25–August 9

 

 

Sunset in the Buttes, monotype, Kathleen Larson Gallagher from Spring Member Show 2021

Art in Abstraction | Call for Entry
deadline April 24
posted by Maryland Federation of Art

There are a plethora of fascinating things in our world that artists can recreate representationally in their visual voices. However, there are also several ways to express these compelling things through abstraction. By utilizing concepts we are familiar with such as form, color, composition, and so much more, artists can evoke a range of ideas and emotions as abstract art. MFA (Maryland Federation of Art) invites all artists to enter an exhibition that welcomes 2D and 3D abstract work for Maryland Hall’s Martino Gallery. This exhibition is open to artists residing in the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, and Mexico. All eligible fine art entries in any media will be considered by the juror. Selected works will be displayed in this MFA-organized exhibition at Maryland Hall’s Martino Gallery in Annapolis, MD from July 12 – August 15.

 

 

Call to Artists: Collage as Street Art Residency – New Orleans 2024
deadline April 28
posted by Kolaj Magazine

A week-long, in-person residency that coincides with Kolaj Fest New Orleans (12-16 June 2024), during which artists will explore the city, learn about the history and materials of street art, and make artwork for public display that Kolaj Fest attendees and New Orleanians will be able to view.

Virtual Sessions: Monday, 20 May 2024, 4-6PM EST and Wednesday, 22 May 2024, 4-6PM EST

In Person: 5PM on Sunday, 9 June to Noon on Sunday, 16 June 2024

Early Deadline to Apply: 31 March 2024. The Final Deadline (if space is available) is 28 April 2024. Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis until space is filled. Artists are encouraged to apply well before the deadline.

In this week-long, project-driven collage residency, artists will delve into the history, methods, and major artists of the “street art” movement with a particular emphasis on collage. Participants will endeavor to put some of those methods into practice, taking their collage art out into the streets. Documenting the entire process will be integral to the project, as the resulting work will be published in a Kolaj Street Krewe zine to be announced at a later date.

This residency is an extension of the ongoing Kolaj Street Krewe project. Kolaj Street Krewe, an informal group of artists interested in this subject, explores the role of collage in street art as a practice and phenomenon. The group formed out of a chance meeting of FANCLUB13, Rosie Schinners, and Laurie O’Brien at Kolaj Fest New Orleans in 2018. Realizing the three of them shared an interest in collage street art, they decided to form a group and pitch a project at Kolaj Fest New Orleans in 2019. During COVID-19, the Krewe led a forum as part of Kolaj LIVE Online which resulted in a Call to Artists. In July 2021, fourteen artists participated in the virtual Collage as Street Art Residency. This history is documented in the book, Wallflowers: Collage as Street Art. Today, the project manifests as residencies, presentations, articles, and publications. An in-person residency took place alongside Kolaj Fest New Orleans 2023 and Kolaj Institute is offering this opportunity again during Kolaj Fest New Orleans 2024.

Leading the residency is Lance Rothstein, aka FANCLUB 13, who has been creating street art for over 20 years in over 25 US cities and 31 European cities. Rothstein writes, “I consider my work to be a bit like archaeology, collecting the discarded items from people’s everyday lives and rearranging them in new relationships. Then I usually send them back out to the streets in this new form, with a new purpose. I look forward to continuing my personal scavenger hunt, finding little trashy treasures and combining them into intricate relationships for people to come across on the streets.”

Artists will arrive in New Orleans on the Sunday before Kolaj Fest begins and will spend those days coming together to learn about the work and methods of several established artists and discuss new techniques and strategies, with topics such as Placement, Materials, Visibility, Message, and Legality. Each day, we will challenge participants to get their work out onto the streets, document the process, and share it with the group for discussion and critique. There will be sanctioned walls where artists will have permission to put up their work and during Kolaj Fest attendees will be encouraged to seek them out as they tour the city. Once Kolaj Fest starts, the artists in this residency will be let loose from the formal sessions and encouraged to participate in Kolaj Fest programming while also keeping an eye out for street art opportunities. As Kolaj Fest comes to an end, the residency will meet once more to debrief and digest the experience together.

 

 

Impact Award for Native American Artists // Grants for Visual Artists
deadline April 29
posted by The Harpo Foundation

Impact Award for Native American Artists
A $25,000 fellowship will be rewarded to amplify the contributions of under-recognized Native American contemporary visual artists.

Grants for Visual Artists
Visual artists may be awarded up to $10,000. Fee: $15.

 

 

Mural artist Juan Pineda installed the mural at 3 Bethesda Metro in 2016 with the generous support of Brookfield and Arts Brookfield.

“Paint The Town” Mural Project
deadline April 29
posted by Bethesda Urban Partnership

“Paint the Town” is an initiative of the Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District to bring more public art and new murals to downtown Bethesda. The Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District is currently seeking submissions for the Signal Box Public Art Project. The Request for Proposals application deadline is Monday, April 29, 2024; please also see Attachment A for the Signal Box Measurements. Application to apply.

 

 

Trawick Prize
deadline April 30
posted by Bethesda Urban Partnership

Submissions are open for The 2024 Trawick Prize: Bethesda Contemporary Art Awards! The deadline to apply is April 30. The Trawick Prize exhibit will be held at Gallery B from September 5 through September 29, and gallery hours will be Thursday – Sunday, 12 PM to 5 PM. The opening reception will be on Friday, September 13 from 6 PM to 8 PM.

This juried art competition awards $14,000 in prizes to four selected winners. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday, April 30, 2024. Up to eight finalists will be chosen to display their work at Bethesda’s Gallery B in September 2024.

The competition will be juried by Dr. Jennifer Figg, Professor of Art at Townson University; Tatiana Flores, Professor of Art History, University of Virginia; and David Page, Sculptor-in-Residence, American University and 2004 Trawick Prize winner.

 

 

McLean Project for the Arts Emerson Gallery

MPA Call for Art Teachers
deadline April 30
posted by McLean Project for the Arts

MCLEAN PROJECT FOR THE ARTS is looking for artist/teachers to teach art classes in our studio for adult, children and teens for the 2024-2025 calendar.

Classes in all media, processes and approaches are welcome to apply.
Weekly classes or workshop formats will be considered for the call.
Salary commensurate with experience.

Apply through Submittable with:
Short (3-5 paragraph) proposal
Resume
10 images of teacher/student work

Questions: Briana Clorey, [email protected]

https://mpaart.org/education/

 

 

Call for Solo & Group Show Proposals
deadline May 1
posted by HOYT Arts + Education

While not necessarily limited to artists age 21+ from the Mid-Atlantic region, preference is given to proposals stemming from Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware and Washington D.C. There are three different gallery locations under the HOYT umbrella to consider when applying.

 

 

Vanguard Arts Fund
deadline May 1
posted by Olney Theatre Center

Vanguard Arts Fund applications are now open for Olney Theatre Center’s 2024-2025 season. The Vanguard Arts Fund provides developmental support to diverse teams of artists interested in creating theatrical works. From the early drafts of a new play, to a concept for a classic adaptation to the first song of a musical, we provide workshop time for various stages of a work’s development process. We commit to these artistic teams in hopes of producing their work at Olney Theatre Center in a future season.

The Vanguard Arts Fund was launched in 2017 with a $350,000 endowment gift from the Eugene B. Casey Foundation; the Fund’s success in developing shows we’ve gone on to produce prompted the Foundation to add $1 million to the endowment in 2022.

 

 

Fireline Fellowship
deadline May 3
posted by Oregon State University

The Fireline Fellowship invites writers, artists, and thought leaders in the humanities to become part of a thinking community that, for two and a half years, will explore issues related to wildfire at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest (the Andrews). In October, 2024, fellows will meet in person with scientists and stay at the Andrews and then will meet quarterly online. Fellows will receive a stipend, opportunities to learn alongside scientists in the field, and up to four weeks of residency time at the Andrews. Fellows will develop new projects for a public audience and/or involving public engagement, and projects will be presented in collaboration with the Patricia Valian Reser Center for the Creative Arts (PRAx). Eight Fireline Fellowships will be awarded: three by invitation and five by application.

 

 

Howard County Arts Council Rising Star Performing Arts Competition
deadline May 6

Each year, we choose up to 10 rising stars to compete for our $5,000 Rising Star Award. Emerging performing artists with roots in Howard County can apply to be among the finalists who will perform at our Celebration gala — with the winner voted on by the audience! The competition is open to performers, both individuals and ensembles (up to four members), ages 18-35, who live, train, work or perform regularly in Howard County or have done so in the past.

Following the finalists’ performances at the gala, the audience — including over 500 artists, arts patrons, community members and business and political leaders — casts their votes for the winner. Votes are tallied during the live event and the award winner is announced on stage! We may also give additional awards based on the amount of funding raised from the event.

Be part of the excitement!

The Howard County Arts Council established the Rising Star Award in 2003 to provide opportunities for emerging performing artists with roots in Howard County. Let us help shine a light on your talents. Submit your application to compete as one of our finalists!

 

 

New Visionary Magazine, Issue 11
deadline May 5

New Visionary Magazine is a print & digital publication featuring contemporary artists, exclusive interviews with leading art world professionals, art career resources, and more. We are seeking artists from around the world to feature in this issue. Selected artists will each receive a 2-page spread, including a custom article written about their work by our head writer.

New Visionary Magazine is brought to you by Visionary Art Collective, a New York City-based Contemporary Art & Artist Development company. Our mission is to uplift artists through magazine features, virtual exhibitions, podcast interviews, and our mentorship programs.

Issue 11 will be curated by Andrea Zieher, a contemporary art dealer, consultant, and entrepreneur. In 2003, she co-founded the art gallery ZieherSmith in New York City, staging hundreds of exhibitions that received regular press, including from The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, and Artforum,and participating in over 60 international art fairs. She relocated to Nashville in 2019, and the gallery now operates on a pop-up basis in Tennessee and around the country. Andrea is also a founding partner of Primer art software for galleries and artists studios. Her nonprofit work includes four years as the President of the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) and consulting with various arts organizations on fundraising, major event planning, and educational programs for artists and galleries.

To learn more, visit ziehersmith.com

 

 

Corrie Steckelberg, Melancholy and other Heirlooms, 2022

Wassaic Project Winter Residency
deadline May 6

Each year, we hold open calls for our Summer Exhibition, Summer Residency, Winter Residency, and Haunted Mill.

Artists receive 24-hour access to an adaptable, semi-private studio space in a historic grain elevator in Upstate New York, accommodations, and more. Fellowships with honorariums and no residency fees are available. Fee: $25.

 

 

NATURE EXPOSED | Call for Exhibition
deadline May 9
posted by LoosenArt

As theories of visual culture demonstrate, since ancient times the iconographic image has been a very important form of transmission and diffusion of human knowledge.
Starting from the late Victorian period, photography became a fundamental medium for scientific research, fully responding to the need to catalog and bear witness to inquiries into the natural world. Being photography considered a means that offers an objective vision of reality, when combined with data and texts, it is welcomed by the academic environment as an ideal means for the documentary transmission of scientific results.
In the fields of botany, anatomy, and in the study of behavior, micro/macroscopic observations, etc., contemporary technology offers more and more tools that help us understand the world, tools that broaden our perception and determine our awareness of it.
The call for the exhibition Nature Exposed intends to collect photographic, video and digital visual works that offer a glimpse into the natural world through the display of elements, flora, fauna, organic processes and behavioral dynamics.

 

 

header image: Joyce J. Scott & Tim Tate Now, 2022-2023 courtesy of Goya Contemporary

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