Call to Artists The Firehouse Center for the Arts' first annual Mural Contest is now accepting proposals for one temporary mural, to be on display from June 19–July 14 2019. The theme, which artists are free to interpret as they see fit, is The Colors of Newburyport. The selected artist will receive a $500 stipend and $150 for materials. Learn More. Deadline: November 30, … [Read more...]
Recent posts about the creative process, support for individual artists, and new art in Massachusetts.
We learned that Brece Honeycutt (Drawing & Printmaking Finalist '18) had been selected for two different artist residencies this summer. Here, she shares images and observations about the three studios in which she worked these last few months: her own in Sheffield, her residency at Norte Maar in Jay, NY, and her residency at Naumkeag in Stockbridge, MA. Outside/Inside: … [Read more...]
Working with volunteers from the Hawaii Wildlife Fund and the Surfrider Foundation, StudioKCA combed the beaches of Hawaii to gather up the waste. The installation was built out of those finds. StudioKCA seeks this way to draw attention to the universal problem of pollution that affects us all, and to make viewers aware that individual action is necessary. Call to Artists … [Read more...]
Call for Art: Fountain Street gallery in Boston is now accepting submissions for its international call for art, 11:11–Depth of Perception, January 2 - 27, 2019. Artists are encouraged to submit works that ranges from the bold and socio-political to the subtle and poetic. It is a call to take a break from the mundane and to look at the bigger picture. This call is an open … [Read more...]
Fellows Notes is a monthly listing of the latest news from awardees in our Artist Fellowships Program. Sachiko Akiyama, Toni Pepe Dan, and Nona Hershey are among the artists exhibiting in A Few Conversations Between Women at the Boston University 808 Gallery (9/4-9/28, opening reception 9/7, 6-8 PM). In conjunction with the exhibition is a panel discussion, Creative … [Read more...]