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Public Artists Workshop Apply to participate in a workshop called “Public Art in the Digital Age” by the Boston Society of Architect’s Public Art Initiative Committee, Artaic. Innovative Mosaic and Boston’s Apple Store are hosting the event December 3, from 6-8pm. The purpose of the workshop is to bring architects and artists together to integrate artistic mosaic installations into building practices.
Deadline: November 21, 2010
Northampton Area Visual Art The Hosmer Art Gallery at the Forbes Library is accepting applications for the 2011-2012 season. Criteria for review include technical and artistic quality, a coherent theme, and contribution to an interesting and varied program for the year. First-time exhibitors are welcome. Applications may be picked up at the library, or downloaded from the library web site. Contact Faith Kaufmann at 413-587-1011.
Deadline: December 10, 2010
Choreography The Shared Choreographers’ Concert is seeking proposals. Held three times each year, this program provides an opportunity for new and developing artists to have their work produced in concert with their peers. Mentors provide guidance and feedback for the choreographers, dancers, and producers from the first showing of an idea through, and beyond, the performances. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline: December 13, 2010
Artists CreativeConcord New Hampshire has a survey designed to study the potential of developing affordable new space to support the growing creative sector in Concord, N.H. Two surveys (one for individuals, and one for organizations and creative businesses) are being conducted, with assistance from Artspace Projects, and the results will help stakeholders develop a variety of affordable new spaces, including space where individuals and their families may live and work, and space where emerging and established businesses, cultural/arts organizations, artists and entrepreneurs can operate, share resources, and access services. Take the survey.
Deadline: December 21, 2010
Call to Cape Cod Artists The Town of Barnstable is looking for artists and artisans interested in selling their artwork as a part of the 7th season of the Harbor Your Arts Summer Shanty program on Hyannis Harbor. All artwork will be juried. Artists selections are expected to be made in January 2011. The shanties are open weekends mid-May through mid-June and then seven days a week in summer season. For more information, contact Melissa Hersh, Arts and Culture Coordinator at 508-862-4767. Read more.
Deadline: December 31, 2010
Photography Friends of the Agawam Public Library 1st Open Juried Photography Show. Categories include People, Design Elements, Travel, Nature/Landscape, and Animals. Jury selections will be based on the review of the original images, not digital files. One entry per photographer. Framed traditional and digital prints are acceptable. (No manipulated images.) Contact Bob Kadis at 413-789-4814.
Deadline: January 25, 2011
Public Artist Registry The Cambridge Arts Council encourages artists to add samples of their work and biographic information to their Public Art Registry at cac.slideroom.com. Once registered, artists are considered for all future Cambridge public art commissions. With 200 permanent artworks throughout the city, Cambridge has the largest contemporary public art collection in the Commonwealth. Tour selections of the Public Art Collection. Contact Jeremy Gaucher, CAC Public Art Administrator.
Going to Art Basel Miami Beach? Consider attending a panel discussion called Gender, Age, and Location Bias in the Art Market featuring Boston-area photographer laelia e. mitchell. Laelia will be joined by artists from New Jersey and Berlin and a curator from The Getty to discuss the obstacles faced by artists whose gender, age, or location put them at a disadvantage in the art world. The event is currently scheduled to take place at Seven in Miami, on December 2, 1-2:30 PM. The talk is part of #rank, a series of events (and online discussions) centered around Art Basel and seeking to explore ways to improve the fair and the art market in general.
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