Call for Performers: Mobius seeks proposals for performances and durational pieces for Sept. 18 (8-10 pm) and Sept. 25 (4-6 pm), with possible extra slots for durational work starting at 11am, to be included in the show, The Prostitution of Art. Proposals are encouraged from both students and established artists working in the areas of contemporary theater, performance art, dance, music, interdisciplinary and hybrid forms. Of particular interest are new Ideas, concepts, approaches or the physical embodiment of their theme. Contact email@example.com.
Deadline: September 14, 2010
Artist Professional Development Training Program: The Artist’s Professional Toolbox is an artist skill-building/professional development workshop from the Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston.
Deadline: September 24, 2010
Latino Artists: National Association of Latino Arts and Culture’s 2010 NALAC Fund for the Arts Grant provides support for Latino artists in the creation of their work. Fellowships range from $1,000 to $5,000. Contactct firstname.lastname@example.org or call 210-432-3982.
Deadline: September 24, 2010
Playwrights: Apply to develop your new script with a director, dramaturg, designer, and Philadelphia-based professional actors at PlayPenn. PlayPenn runs July 7-24 at the Adrienne Theatre in Philadelphia and will provide travel, housing, per diem, and a stipend to selected artists to work intensely with other theatre artists to develop new work. A three day pre-conference retreat to start, followed by a 17-day working and rehearsal period, capped by public readings. See how to apply.
Deadline: September 30, 2010
Visual Artists: Donate a creative postcard to help an emerging artist study at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Proof of Purchase is a unique sale to raise funds for student scholarships to SMFA. The event, hosted by the samsøn gallery, showcases hundreds of postcard-sized original works, all priced at $50. In a fun twist, the buyers don’t know the identity of the artist until purchase is made. The call is open to all artists, who can donate up to two original artworks on 4X6 postcards. All 2-D and 3-D media accepted, but it must fit on the card. Read the submission instructions.
Deadline: October 1, 2010
Call to Artists: Cambridge Arts Council Grant applications are now available. CAC’s grant program awards funding to high quality artistic projects directly benefiting the citizens of Cambridge. For more information or to schedule a one-on-one consultation, contact Julie Madden at 617-349-4381.
Deadline: October 15, 2010
Image credit: Shark Bites by Cory Clinton is on display in Art in the Park, an exhibition of sculptures by New England artists at Elm Park, Worcester courtesy of the Worcester Arts Council. Cory says the goal of creating large or life-sized animals is to create something in real space that is accessible no matter who looks at it. The link between naimals and human emotion is one of the strongest. By creating something beautiful with my hands from a common material often overlooked for its expressive properties, I seek to inspire emotion and ignite passion in the viewer. Art in the Park was founded to present public art to a broad community, to promote the works of artists, enhance outdoor spaces, and enrich llives and create visibility for the greater Worcester area.