Call for Proposals Montserrat College of Art’s alternative display space, Frame 301 Gallery is now accepting proposal submissions. Eligibility to apply is open to all artists: regional, national and international. The process for selecting artists for Frame 301 will reflect the artist’s creativity as well as the artist’s understanding of art in the community. Learn more. Questions: email@example.com.
Call for Work December Art Sale at Mobius. Sales will be split 50/50 between the artist and Mobius. All work considered: pottery, jewelry, sound pieces, private performances, cassettes, DVD’s, CD’s of your work, etc. Artists submitting jewelry must have their own display cases or other ways of keeping their work separate. No entry fee. Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated Deadline: Drop-off through November 30, 2011
Printmakers and Book Artists Organized by the University Galleries at William Paterson University, American Impressions is an annual juried printmaking exhibition featuring traditional and digital print media and book art. Select works will receive Purchase Awards and become part of the University’s permanent collection. One artist will be selected to have a solo exhibition at the University Galleries. Learn more.
Deadline: December 6, 2011
Filmmakers National Geographic All Roads Seed Grants is now accepting applications. Grants range from $1,000 – $10,000 for indigenous and underrepresented minority-culture filmmakers from around the world. Grants are also available to filmmakers who have been designated by indigenous or minority groups to tell their stories. Funds development and production of feature films, long documentaries, short documentaries, narrative shorts, animation, and music videos. Grants may be used for equipment, travel for research, editing time, etc., and may be solicited in addition to funds from other sources. Learn more. Questions: 202-857-7660 or email@example.com.
Deadline: December 15, 2011
Glass Artists The Corning Museum of Glass Rakow Grant for Glass Research is now accepting applications. Grants may be used to cover travel, living expenses, or other expenditures necessary to conduct the research or to publish it. Awards will be based on the merit of the projects proposed, the nature and extent of the contributions to glass studies, and an evaluation of the ability of the applicant to accomplish the goals as stated. Learn more.
Deadline: February 1, 2012
Image credit: Claudia Ravaschiere and Michael Moss’ Street Cathedral is a jewel-toned sculptural installation anchored to the light poles at several locations in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood. These pieces invoke the reflective quality of cathedrals with a post-modern sensibility. They also evoke the contemplative character of stained glass with a sense of whimsy and discovery as pedestrians travel through the Fort Point neighborhood. Photos by George Vasquez.