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City of Auburn, WA
The Mary Olson Farm Artist in Residence program offers an annual opportunity for an artist to pursue their work in, and to be inspired by, the unique and beautiful setting of the Mary Olson Farm in Auburn, Washington. The residency lasts approximately two months during the months of June and July.

Organization

City of Auburn, WA

Website

https://www.auburnwa.gov/city_hall/parks_arts_recreation/arts_and_entertainment/calls_to_artists_and_opportunities

More Info

Allison Hyde

ahyde@auburnwa.gov

2538045043

Fee to Apply

Free

Deadline to Apply

2/25/2021

Description

The Mary Olson Farm Artist in Residence program offers an annual opportunity for an artist to pursue their work in, and to be inspired by, the unique and beautiful setting of the Mary Olson Farm in Auburn, Washington. The residency lasts approximately two months during the months of June and July.

The residency will provide:

A $3,500 stipend (funds can be used at will towards art supplies, transportation, meals, etc.)
A large historic barn “studio space,” approximately 450 sq. ft., on an historic 67-acre property (accommodations not provided)
Opportunities to tour and learn about the property and the other six historic buildings, as well as Auburn’s history as shared by the White River Valley Museum
An exhibition opportunity, reception and well-publicized artist talk in the City of Auburn
Expectations of the selected artist include:

A minimum of ten hours per week times eight weeks, creating work on-site at the Mary Olson Farm “studio space”
Two “open-studio” weekend afternoons for the public to view works in progress and talk with the artist (dates TBD between selected artist and city staff)
One free artist-led workshop demonstrating techniques or inspiration to the public
Participation in a final artist talk/presentation, reception and exhibition
Artists provide their own art supplies, and transportation to and from Mary Olson Farm in Auburn, Washington
ELIGIBILITY

Individual artists or artist team currently residing in the Pacific Northwest working in two and three-dimensional media, including but not limited to: drawing, painting, photography, textiles, sculpture, installation, woodworking, printmaking, etc.
Other than individual artists, collaborative projects will also be considered

How to Apply

Apply via online application on CaFE

Link to Opportunity

https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=8267

Posted

11/23/2020

ITSLIQUID Group
CALL FOR ARTISTS: VENICE INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR 2021‚Ä®Venice | April 01/02 – May 07, 2021‚Ä®Deadline: February 28, 2021

Organization

ITSLIQUID Group

Website

https://www.itsliquid.com

More Info

Chiara Gatto

chiaragattoitsliquid@gmail.com

3387574098

Fee to Apply

Free application, entry fee requested

Deadline to Apply

3/15/2021

Description

Venice International Art Fair is a contemporary art fair that presents collective and solo projects by leading and emerging international artists. The 13th edition will represent a forum for direct exchange of ideas and contacts between collectors, artists, photographers, designers and art professionals. The art fair features paintings, sculptures, photography art, installations, video art and live performance.

Venice International Art Fair, organized by ITSLIQUID Group in collaboration with Venice Events and ACIT Venice – Italian-German Cultural Association, will be held in Venice, at THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space from April 01 to May 07, 2021, at Palazzo Albrizzi-Capello from April 02 to May 07, 2021 and in other prestigious venues and historical buildings.

COVID-19 Protection Concept – The health and safety of our staff and visitors are of predominant importance to ITSLIQUID Group. This Protection Concept governs how we intend to operate after Italy’s lockdown has ended, the rules that will be applied inside the exhibition spaces and how these will be implemented in practice.

Venice International Art Fair provides artists and exhibitors with the unique opportunity to present their works to an international audience of professionals as curators, gallerists, collectors, editors and publishers who seek to acquire, publish and encourage the best contemporary art talents.

The participation includes the following services
– exhibition space dedicated to the artist’s works
– assisting with customs formalities, international shipping and local transport
– assisting in finding accommodation for artist
– the design and the printing of invitation cards, posters
– the global and local press office, publicity, press, banners, totem, etc.
– the realization of the exhibition website and dedicated press releases
– mounting and dismounting of the exhibition
– exhibitions opening event with drinks and food
– a one day dedicated presentation, talk or workshop focusing on the artist’s career
– a dedicated interview published on ITSLIQUID website and spread on our social networks
– providing services and drinks for small meetings at the exhibition places for invited guests

To take part in the selection, send your works’ submissions with a CV/biography, some still images (for video-art), links of videos/performances and pictures via e-mail to director@itsliquid.com

more. https://www.itsliquid.com/callforartists-veniceintartfair2021.html

How to Apply

To take part in the selection, send your works’ submissions with a CV/biography, some still images (for video-art), links of videos/performances and pictures via e-mail to director@itsliquid.com

Link to Opportunity

more. https://www.itsliquid.com/callforartists-veniceintartfair2021.html

Posted

12/18/2020

Art Fluent
Art Fluent offers opportunities to artists worldwide through juried exhibitions throughout the year. As steadfast supporters of the arts, our aim is to connect art lovers directly with artists and vice versa. A portion of the proceeds from the entry fees are donated to organizations committed to the arts and supporting artists. Art Fluent invites artists worldwide to submit artwork to our online exhibit, FEMME.

Organization

Art Fluent

Website

www.art-fluent.com

More Info

Amy Matteson

hello@art-fluent.com

5084191015

Fee to Apply

$20 for first entry/$5 for each additional entry, you may enter up to 20 total.

Deadline to Apply

2/27/2021

Description

THEME
FEMME- The enduring feminine spirit is diverse, ever-changing, a mystery, and beautiful all wrapped up into one. As far as art can remember, we have been drawn to the female archetype in all her complexities and contradictions. Her strength and vulnerabilities, her value, her abilities, and all of her possibilities. We seek artwork that celebrates women, their allure, and their place in humanity. Show us what FEMME means to you through your perspective.
CALENDAR
JPEGs due by Friday, February 26, 2021.
Notification of acceptance and online gallery opening Friday, March 26, 2021.
AWARDS
All accepted pieces will be displayed in our online gallery at www.art-fluent.com
First Place: $500
Second Place: $200
Third Place $100
ENTRY FEE
$20 for first entry/$5 for each additional entry, you may enter up to 20 total. Payment is non-refundable and does not guarantee acceptance.
ELIGIBILITY
This call is open to artists worldwide, both amateur and professional.
RULES
Work that is copied or done under the guidance of an instructor is not eligible. Open to ALL fine art mediums (oil, acrylic, watermedia, pastel, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, photography, sculpture, fiber, wood, digital art) except video. Work that has been exhibited through Art Fluent in previous exhibits are not eligible.
SELECTION PROCESS
Director’s choice. Please note, there is no personal feedback given by jurors.
NOTIFICATION
Notification will be done by email, everyone who submits will be notified of the juror’s selections. If for any reason you do not hear from us by the notification date, please check the filters in your email account. Notification emails are sent to the email on file with CaFÉ.
SALES
All sales inquiries will be directed to the artist’s website. For any artwork that is sold, the artists receive 100% of the sale.
GIVING BACK
A portion of the proceeds from the entry fees is donated to organizations committed to the arts and supporting artists.
REGULATIONS
By entering our calls for art through CaFÉ you are agreeing to be added to Art Fluent's email list for forthcoming artist opportunities. By submitting images, you agree that the images are your own work, you own all rights to the images, and you take full responsibility for the content of all images, including the likeness of recognizable individuals. The actual artwork will remain the property of the artist, our mission is to promote artists and their work. Should your work be accepted, you grant Art Fluent the right to reproduce your image on our website, on social media, and where appropriate to help promote our online exhibitions. Art Fluent will always credit you and your copyright wherever feasible. We will not use your image for any other purpose without the artist’s permission.

How to Apply

ENTRY PROCEDURE
Entry is done through CaFÉ, a web-based service that allows artists to upload images and organize their artwork for submissions to galleries. To apply for a call, you must leave our website and go to the CaFÉ website at www.callforentry.org where you can create a FREE artist account. You will add your details and upload your images to CaFÉ and then you can submit work to FEMME.
MEDIA PREPARATION
All images must be in JPEG format using CaFÉ guidelines. The image size must be 1,200 pixels or greater on the longest side. Maximum file size is 5 mb.

Link to Opportunity

https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=8337

Posted

1/4/2021

Hugo House
The Hugo Fellowship supports emerging writers, providing space and resources to four to six fellows in the Seattle area to complete a proposed project. Projects include (but are not limited to) completing the first draft of a novel, developing a new memoir, or creating a chapbook of poetry.

Organization

Hugo House

Website

https://hugohouse.org/

More Info

Rob Arnold

robarnold@hugohouse.org

Deadline to Apply

3/31/2021

Description

About the Hugo Fellowship

The Hugo Fellowship program provides education, space, and resources for up to six emerging writers in the Seattle area per year to support the development of new work. Applicants are selected for the program based on the excellence of their writing and ability to complete the proposed project. Projects may include (but are not limited to) completing the first draft of a novel, developing and workshopping a solo play, or creating a manuscript of poetry.


Benefits of the Program

- A supportive writing cohort and environment
- Minimum of one free Hugo Class per quarter
- Use of our shared writing offices (pandemic-dependent)
- Access to Hugo House readings and performances
- Opportunities to develop teaching skills
- Two public reading opportunities
- Professional development consultation from working writers, agents, and more.



What the Program Supports

- The development and presentation of new work
- Projects that will be completed within one year, from September to August
- Works not previously published and/or produced (excluding excerpts or individual poems or stories that are part of a larger project)
- Works of writing, including, but not limited to, poetry, fiction, nonfiction, plays, translation, graphic novels and comics, and multimedia and cross-disciplinary works
- Projects culminating in a reading, event, or performance



Who Can Apply
Applicants must meet all of the following criteria:

- An individual artist (No groups, collaborations, companies or organizations.)
- Resident of the Seattle area at the time of application and through completion of the fellowship period able to provide proof of residency if selected
- Age 18 or older
- Cannot be a current staff, board, or committee member of Hugo House
- Cannot be a graduate or undergraduate student in any degree program during the fellowship period



Selection Process & Criteria

Applications are reviewed by Hugo House staff and a panel of writers working in a variety of disciplines. The panel will select program participants based on the following criteria:

- Artistic excellence of work samples
- Quality of the proposed project
- Feasibility of and ability to complete the project



Application Materials

Applications must include the following items (collected in a single file):

- Artist biography
- Artist résumé/CV
- Project description
- Writing sample and description (as outlined by the guidelines below)

Incomplete application or applications that do not follow the submission guidelines will not be considered. Only one application per writer annually.

Artist Biography

Your biography should include information indicative of your writing life and aspirations. (Maximum 150 words)

Artist Résumé/CV

You résumé/CV should include professional and academic experience; awards; publications; and other achievements pertinent to your writing. (Maximum 2 pages)

Project Description

The project description should be 1-2 pages and include:

- An overview of the project
- Your goals for the project (e.g., finishing a draft of a novel or writing and performing a monologue)
- How this project will support your growth as a writer
- How this project would benefit from the support of the Made at Hugo House program

Writing Sample and Description

The writing sample description should give context to the writing samples and explain if they are complete works, excerpts, or works-in-progress, as well as how they fit with the proposed project or represent the applicant’s work as a whole (maximum 100 words).

Manuscript Guidelines

Please submit a writing sample of up to 15 pages, plus a cover page with your work sample description. All samples must be submitted as Word documents or PDFs (.doc, .docx, and .pdf only) in a 12-point font size. Prose should be double-spaced. Each page should be numbered and include your last name. Submit your best writing.



Deadline & Notification

Applications to the Hugo Fellowship are due by March 31. No late applications will be accepted. Applicants will be notified by June 1.


Questions?

Contact Rob Arnold: robarnold@hugohouse.org

How to Apply

Submit your application via Submittable.

Link to Opportunity

https://hugohouse.submittable.com/submit/27d7afc0-80e8-4ff0-a710-7a4064f194fa/hugo-fellowship-application

Posted

1/15/2021

Hugo House
Applications are now open to be Hugo House's next Poet in Residence. Writers-in-residence receive a monthly stipend and paid teaching opportunities, along with the time and space to complete a manuscript.

Organization

Hugo House

Website

https://hugohouse.org/

More Info

Rob Arnold

robarnold@hugohouse.org

Deadline to Apply

3/31/2021

Description

SELECTION CRITERIA

Applicants for the position should be practicing, published writers of poetry as well as accomplished and dedicated writing teachers who are experienced working with writers of all levels in a traditional workshop setting, as well as on a one-on-one basis as a mentor offering criticism and professional-development advice.

Applicants should have a specific artistic project they are working on during their residency (e.g., developing a manuscript for publication) and should have a special interest in helping writers become better writers and fostering an appreciation of the craft.

Previous writers-in-residence include Laura Da', Anastacia-Reneé, Rebecca Brown, Charles Mudede, Wendy Call, Karen Finneyfrock, David Wagoner, Kathleen Alcalá, and others.

Applications are due by March 31, 2021. Responses will be sent by June 1. Please submit the application through Submittable. Full details regarding the application process are below.


EXPECTATIONS

Duration: Sept. 15, 2021, through June 15, 2022. The term is renewable at the discretion of Hugo House with a two-term limit.

Mentorship: Writers-in-residence hold weekly office hours (45 hours over nine months per term) where they mentor Hugo House community members by offering criticism on their writing projects as well as professional-development advice about the writing process, finding an agent, publishing, and other writerly concerns in a one-on-one setting. Writers-in-residence are responsible for coordinating their own appointments and must maintain a log of appointments for tracking and grant purposes. An office is provided for meetings and for writers-in-residence to have space to work on their artistic projects.

Writers-in-Residence will mentor Hugo House Fellows, meeting with them 5-6 times per year.

Community Outreach: Writers-in-residence act as ambassadors of Hugo House and advocates for writing in the community. Hugo House staff will oversee efforts of community outreach. We require Writers-in-Residence to offer 3 separate workshops/lectures/presentations outside of Hugo House’s location to communities with little access to the arts; and participate in 2 readings at Hugo House (organized by Hugo House); and curate, host, or participate in other Hugo House events and/or development activities as needed or available.

Teaching: The writer-in-residence teaches a minimum of two six-week classes per calendar year (subject to approval) as part of the Hugo Classes program. The writer will receive separate compensation for teaching.



COMPENSATION

$500 per month stipend for nine months, plus additional compensation for Hugo Classes; access to a vibrant and growing community of, by, and for writers; an opportunity to work with a committed staff in a creative work environment; and support and encouragement for artistic projects. Each writer-in-residence has access to a shared writing office at Hugo House to work on their writing project, or hold meetings.



TO APPLY

Write a cover letter of no more than 500 words that includes a description of your potential residency; your artistic project; your plans/ideas for community outreach; and your teaching/mentoring philosophy. Please include a writing sample (maximum of 10 pages) and curriculum vitae.

Applications are due by March 31, 2021, and will be judged by a panel of Hugo House staff, and community members.

Questions may be addressed to robarnold@hugohouse.org



Hugo House is committed to equity and employs teachers of all backgrounds. Professional and academic opportunity is a privilege. If you do not meet some of the eligibility requirements, but have demonstrated success in other categories, our panel will weigh the components of your application accordingly.

How to Apply

Submit your application via Submittable.

Link to Opportunity

https://hugohouse.submittable.com/submit/28902/hugo-house-writer-in-residence-application

Posted

1/15/2021

City of Shoreline Public Art Program
Up to four artist residencies are available at the Shoreline Art Cottage Space located on a bluff overlooking the Salish Sea at Saltwater Park in Shoreline. For its second season in 2021, the city’s Public Art Program will fund four consecutive arts residencies at the Art Cottage, each with a $1800 honorarium, for periods of about two-moths beginning in May and ending in December. Open to emerging as well as established artists working in a wide variety of media, the Art Cottage Residencies offer artists space and time to experiment and explore the site and its history, its spectacular landscape, and the creative process.

Organization

City of Shoreline Public Art Program

Website

http://shorelinewa.gov/art

More Info

Dave Francis

dfrancis@shorelinewa.gov

(206) 801-2661

Deadline to Apply

2/28/2021

Description

The City of Shoreline's Public Art Program will fund four consecutive arts residencies at the Art Cottage at Saltwater Park, each with a $1800 honorarium, for periods of about two-moths beginning in May and ending in December. Open to emerging as well as established artists working in a wide variety of media, the Art Cottage Residencies offer artists space and time to experiment and explore the site and its history, its spectacular landscape, and the creative process.Two of the summer residencies may include working with the City’s Teen Program which will be sharing the space during that time. There may be opportunities to work with other city or community-based groups during the other sessions.

Eligibility

• Emerging or established artists

• Artists residing in the central Puget Sound region during the time of the residency period:

Residency #1: April 5 – June 6, with final presentation on or about June 5

Residency #2: June 7 – Aug. 8, presentation approx. Aug. 7

Residency #3: Aug. 9 - Oct. 10, presentation approx. Oct. 9

Residency #4: Oct. 16 - Dec. 19, presentation approx. Dec. 18

• Live nearby during residency period (There are no overnight accommodations onsite.)

• Able to provide regular presence over two month period (useful equation to consider: 40 hours at $45/hr = $1800)

• Equity and Inclusion projects, community outreach, youth & teen engagement, social justice, are especially welcome areas of interest, as are all artists working within a contemporary art context (experimentation, abstraction, new media, video, photography, land art, performance, craft-as-fine-art, collage, street art, encaustic, etc.).



How to Apply

Application Materials

Apply by 11:59 pm Sunday Feb. 28 to artentry@shorelinewa.gov with Residency Application in the subject line. A list of materials to include follows below.

Narrative Questions

1. Short Bio (max. 300 words) (if a team, indicate history of works as a team)

2. Artist Resume (team: submit up to 3 resumes)

3. Artist Statement (General statement for your art practice; if a team, indicate roles of members)

4. Proposal for residency scope of work (max. 300 words), with respect to how you plan to use the studio in the context of your practice (and job, family, etc.); goals of your residency, including target number of works, media, interest in working with teen and community groups, drop-in art activities, plans for final presentation (zoom, Facebook live, or if possible in the gallery). Indicate any preference for which of the four slots might work best.

Work Samples (Maximum of 10 files; each 3MB or smaller please) and

List of Works Submitted (your name, titles, size, media, year; duration, word count; your role if a team project; attach as pgs, pdf, with your name and 01, etc, along with a suggested 50-word description)

Web links to websites, Vimeo, YouTube

Evaluation Criteria

• Strength of artwork in sample
• Proposal – feasibility; clarity of scope of work and goals; including transportation plan (car, bus, bike, etc.) and schedule for occupancy of residency; details of final presentation
• Equity and Inclusion; applications that support the city’s equity and inclusion goals by featuring underrepresented artists are encouraged
• Community impact, community & public outreach, drop-in activities

Link to Opportunity

http://shorelinewa.gov/art

Posted

1/22/2021

Jack Straw Cultural Center
A detailed look at microphone types, pickup patterns, placement and use, both for live and studio applications.

Organization

Jack Straw Cultural Center

Website

http://www.jackstraw.org

More Info

Levi Fuller

levi@jackstraw.org

(206) 634-0919

Deadline to Apply

2/26/2021

Location

Online via Zoom

Start Date

02/26/2021

Start Time

06:00 PM

End Date

02/26/2021

End Time

09:00 PM

Cost

$85; $65 for Jack Straw members

Description

A detailed look at microphone types, pickup patterns, placement and use, both for live and studio applications. Students participate in extensive listening and recording exercises with live music. All experience levels are welcome; we'll cover some basics of theory and history but mostly be engaged in interactive mic use and comparison.

How to Apply

Email workshops@jackstraw.org to sign up

Link to Opportunity

http://www.jackstraw.org/programs/ed/adult/workshops_current.html

Posted

1/29/2021

Jack Straw Cultural Center
Learn the basic skills of recording and editing sound with audio editing software, using Audacity and GarageBand.

Organization

Jack Straw Cultural Center

Website

http://www.jackstraw.org

More Info

Levi Fuller

levi@jackstraw.org

(206) 634-0919

Deadline to Apply

3/5/2021

Location

Online via Zoom

Start Date

03/05/2021

Start Time

06:00 PM

End Date

03/05/2021

End Time

09:00 AM

Cost

$85; $65 for Jack Straw members

Description

Learn the basic skills of recording and editing sound with audio editing software. We'll learn two different programs, both free or affordable, and see the advantages and disadvantages of each. Audacity is open-source free-download software used for audio and video production; GarageBand is a very affordable recording and music production program from Apple. Learn to record, edit, and process sounds in each environment, for interview, story, video, and music applications. Followup intensive instruction available also.

How to Apply

Email workshops@jackstraw.org to sign up

Link to Opportunity

http://www.jackstraw.org/programs/ed/adult/workshops_current.html

Posted

1/29/2021

Langley Creates creative district
Community mural on public building in Langley, WA

Organization

Langley Creates creative district

Website

www.langleycreates.org

More Info

Joann Quintana

langleycreateswa@gmail.com

Fee to Apply

Free

Deadline to Apply

3/2/2021

Description

Artist or artist team experienced in large-scale public murals wanted for paid commission. Building facade is located in the heart of the new Langley Creates creative district. The mural will enhance a re-purposed older building that is a hub for community connectivity, inclusivity and creativity, lifelong learning, social non-profits, and creative sector economic development. Stipend NTE $15,000. Submittals from Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) encouraged. Deadline is March 1, 2021, 5 PM. Questions: langleycreateswa@gmail.com

How to Apply

Visit www.langleycreates.org "Call For Artists" and download RFP.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.langleycreates.org/call-for-artists-2

Posted

1/29/2021

Art Fluent
Art Fluent offers opportunities to artists worldwide through juried exhibitions throughout the year. As steadfast supporters of the arts, our aim is to connect art lovers directly with artists and vice versa. A portion of the proceeds from the entry fees are donated to organizations committed to the arts and supporting artists. Art Fluent invites artists worldwide to submit artwork to our online exhibit, OF THE EARTH.

Organization

Art Fluent

Website

www.art-fluent.com

More Info

Amy Matteson

hello@art-fluent.com

5084191015

Fee to Apply

$20 for first entry/$5 for each additional entry.

Deadline to Apply

4/3/2021

Description

THEME
OF THE EARTH- Our plant formed over 4.5 billion years ago. Oceans and land were born, and the atmosphere began to take shape. Humanity stepped in, and our presence became widely evident. Our hand lies heavily on the planet as few places on earth remain untouched. The art of the landscape varies from natural, contemporary, traditional, urban, industrial, or just a wide-open minimal space-we seek artwork that captures the earth's spirit and character. Show us what OF THE EARTH means through your perspective.

CALENDAR
JPEGs due by Friday, April 2, 2021
Notification of acceptance and online gallery opening Friday, April 30, 2021.

AWARDS
All accepted pieces will be displayed in our online gallery at www.art-fluent.com
First Place: $500
Second Place: $200
Third Place $100

ENTRY FEE
$20 for first entry/$5 for each additional entry. You may enter up to 20 total. Payment is non-refundable and does not guarantee acceptance. For 3D work, there is no need to pay for additional entries for detail shots. Once your first entry is made, you may send additional views by email to hello@art-fluent.com.

ELIGIBILITY
This call is open to artists worldwide, both amateur and professional. Artwork that has been exhibited in previous shows with Art Fluent will not be chosen again.

RULES
Work that is copied or done under the guidance of an instructor is not eligible. Open to ALL fine art mediums (oil, acrylic, watermedia, pastel, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, photography, sculpture, fiber, wood, digital art) except video.

SELECTION PROCESS
Director's choice. Please note, there is no personal feedback given by jurors.

NOTIFICATION
Notification will be done by email, everyone who submits will be notified of the juror's selections. If, for any reason, you do not hear from us by the notification date, please check the filters in your email account. Notification emails are sent to the email on file with CaFÉ.

SALES
All sales inquiries will be directed to the artist's website. For any artwork that is sold, the artists receive 100% of the sale.

GIVING BACK
A portion of the proceeds from the entry fees is donated to organizations committed to the arts and supporting artists.

REGULATIONS
By entering our calls for art through CaFÉ, you agree to be added to Art Fluent's email list for forthcoming artist opportunities. By submitting images, you agree that the images are your own work, you own all rights to the images, and take full responsibility for the content of all images, including the likeness of recognizable individuals. The actual artwork will remain the property of the artist. Our mission is to promote artists and their work. Should your work be accepted, you grant Art Fluent the right to reproduce your image on our website, social media, and where appropriate, to help promote our online exhibitions. Art Fluent will always credit you and your copyright wherever feasible. We will not use your image for any other purpose without the artist's permission.

How to Apply

ENTRY PROCEDURE
Entry is done through CaFÉ, a web-based service that allows artists to upload images and organize their artwork for submissions to galleries. To apply for a call, you must leave our website and go to the CaFÉ website at www.callforentry.org, where you can create a FREE artist account. You will add your details and upload your images to CaFÉ, and then you can submit work to OF THE EARTH. If you have any questions about the process please contact us at hello@art-fluent.com we are happy to walk you through the process.

MEDIA PREPARATION
All images must be in JPEG format using CaFÉ guidelines. The image size must be 1,200 pixels or greater on the longest side. The maximum file size is 5 MB. Please only submit properly cropped images of your work that are in focus.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.art-fluent.com/of-the-earth-prospectus

Posted

1/29/2021

Seattle Art Museum
The Seattle Art Museums seeks an innovative and inclusive leader to develop a new vision for the museum’s social impact, education, public engagement and community partnership programs. Building on SAM’s longstanding dedication to equity and responding to the challenges and opportunities of this current moment, this position will lead dynamic programming at all three museum sites: the Seattle Art Museum, the Olympic Sculpture Park & the Asian Art Museum. This position invites you to serve as a key thought leader for the largest visual arts organization in the Pacific Northwest, setting best practices for the museum field and advancing programs that connect art to life.

Organization

Seattle Art Museum

Website

http://seattleartmuseum.org

More Info

Kathleen Maki

kathleenm@seattleartmuseum.org

2066543259

Deadline to Apply

2/25/2021

Job Type

Full time

Description

SAM is dedicated to racial equity and strives for employees, volunteers, and interns who are passionate, qualified, and offer diverse perspectives. SAM prioritizes racial equity in the workplace because we know that people of color are the most impacted when it comes to inequities. We are particularly interested in engaging with historically under-represented groups in the museum field as we strive to be inclusive and equitable. SAM is responsive to cultural communities and experiences, and our strategic plan goals address the role art plays in empowering social justice and structural change to promote equity in our society.
FLSA STATUS: Exempt REPORTS TO: Director and CEO
COMPENSATION: Salary Range $95-120K
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Set a dynamic vision for the Education & Public Engagement Division that addresses the changing opportunities and challenges in the years ahead. Develop strategic plans that inspire employees, support museum goals and align with new and existing audiences.
2. Develop creative and engaging educational programs that meet the needs of all SAM’s audience areas including School & Educator Programs, Family Programs, Teen Programs, Community Partnerships, Interpretive Technology and Public Engagement.
3. Be a visible and collaborative leader in the local Seattle community. Develop and support reciprocal relationships with key stakeholders and partners focused on relevance, equity and access.
4. Serve as member of executive leadership team, reporting directly to the Director & CEO. Advocate for education’s mission within the wider goals of the institution, building strong intradepartmental working relationships to help balance museum priorities. Participate in long-range planning meetings with staff and senior managers.
5. Be an excellent problem solver and critical thinker. Achieve high quality work with an open-minded and collaborative approach.
6. Cultivate a work culture that encourages everyone to do their best and feel supported. Lead, inspire and direct staff to ensure implementation of the SAM mission. Manage the Education and Public Engagement Division, Teaching Artists and Volunteers.
7. Stay current and strategically implement the latest best practices in arts education, museum education, and audience research, DEAI, organizational development and other relevant professional developments.
8. Build internal and external relationships that center needs of diverse communities. Apply an anti-racist approach to all planning and programming.
9. Increase public access to collections, special exhibitions, and other museum resources. With appropriate parties, evaluate exhibitions and programs, undertake audience research, implement changes, and communicate findings to museum staff, volunteers, board, and visitors.
10. Establish and maintain a strong, effective partnership with Board members to foster a culture of collaboration, including staffing the Education & Community Engagement Committee (ECEC).
11. Collaborate with Communications department to promote programs through existing and new outreach channels.
12. Working cross-departmentally, develop in-gallery interpretation for all audiences including exhibition spaces, label text and interpretive technology.
13. Collaborate with Curatorial division to develop exhibition and installation interpretive goals. Support Community Advisory Group process.
14. Work with Development division to draft proposals to government agencies, foundations, corporations, and individuals Monitor grant budgets and grantee expenditures.
15. Identify and pursue opportunities for increased revenue through programs and resources. Maximize net revenues for earned income programs. Manage and administer the Education & Public Engagement budget.
16. Perform other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
1. Commitment to diversity in programs, audience and staff. Deep knowledge of DEAI best practices.
2. Master’s degree in Art History or Education, and five years relevant experience in arts education and management with responsibilities in planning, development, and implementation of educational programs; or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
3. Passion for the dual mission of achieving artistic and educational excellence and broad audience participation.
4. Organizational ability with strong management and supervisory skills; ability to work with close attention to detail and to maintain confidentiality.
5. Demonstrated ability in the successful development and maintenance of a wide variety of community partnerships.
6. Demonstrated understanding and experience in the application and use of technology to engage, communicate, educate, and attract visitors.
7. Demonstrated expertise and knowledge of learning theories and audience research methods desirable.
8. Ability to assess and manage multiple competing priorities and work well under pressure; excellent time management, problem solving, and analytical skills. Ability to complete multiple projects successfully.
9. Excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to communicate effectively and to project a professional image.
10. Demonstrated proficiency and accuracy using MS Office products, including Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, and other software programs.
11. Demonstrated ability to work professionally and tactfully and to represent the museum with a high level of integrity and professionalism. Strong track record in exercising sound, timely judgment.
12. Ability to adhere to museum policies and to support management decisions in a positive, professional manner.

The Seattle Art Museum will consider reasonable accommodations for applicants who may need them to perform the essential functions/duties. Please contact the Human Resource Department for additional information.

How to Apply

Please visit http://apply.seattleartmuseum.org/ to submit SAM employment application, cover letter and resume by February 25, 2021.

Link to Opportunity

Posted

1/29/2021

IncuArts Gallery
IncuArts invites women identifying and gender non-conforming artists to submit work for SHE/ HER/ THEY/ THEM- an exhibition exploring ideas related to gender and celebrating women and gender-nonconforming artists.

Organization

IncuArts Gallery

Website

https://www.incuarts.com

More Info

Artistic Director

info@incuarts.com

Fee to Apply

30

Deadline to Apply

3/9/2021

Description

IncuArts invites women identifying and gender non-conforming artists to submit work for SHE/ HER/ THEY/ THEM- an exhibition exploring ideas related to gender and celebrating women and gender-nonconforming artists.

Entry Deadline: March 8, 2021
Selections Announced- March 13, 2021
Exhibition Dates - March 16- May 1, 2021

Selected artists will have their work featured in the online exhibition and via social media platforms.

Artists of all media are encouraged to apply.

Women, people of color, LGBTQ+, and other community members are encouraged to apply.

Each artwork will be considered based upon the merit of individual images submitted by each artist.

*Entries will be reviewed on a weekly basis until the deadline. Artists are strongly advised to submit their entries early.*

Please see our Calls for Entries page for submission details:
https://www.incuarts.com/she

How to Apply

https://www.incuarts.com/she

Link to Opportunity

https://www.incuarts.com/she

Posted

2/5/2021

ShoreLake Arts Council
ShoreLake Arts Council invites Western Washington-based emerging, mid-career, and established artists working in any discipline to apply for the 2021-22 ShoreLake Artist Roster. Artists on the Roster are prequalified for numerous opportunities worth tens of thousands of dollars for local artists to create, teach, and showcase their work in the cities of Shoreline and Lake Forest Park, Washington.

Organization

ShoreLake Arts Council

Website

https://www.shorelakearts.org/

More Info

Dr. Jonathan Booker, Arts Education Coordinator

artsed@shorelakearts.org

(206) 417-4645

Fee to Apply

Free

Deadline to Apply

2/28/2021

Description

Each year, ShoreLake Arts creates numerous opportunities worth tens of thousands of dollars for local artists to create, teach, and showcase their work in the cities of Shoreline and Lake Forest Park, Washington. ShoreLakeArts maintains a roster of emerging, mid-career, and established artists working in a variety of disciplines who are prequalified for these opportunities and serve as the go-to artists for ShoreLake Arts programs.

Apply today to be considered for 2021-22 Artist Roster! The call is open to professional and semi-professional artists residing in Western Washington. ShoreLake Arts is passionately committed to antiracism. Artists who self-identify as BIPOC and/or LGBTQIA+ are strongly encouraged to apply.

WHO SHOULD APPLY?
Emerging, mid-career, and established artists who reside in Western Washington (within reasonable driving distance of the cities of Shoreline and Lake Forest Park).

Artists who practice professionally or semi-professionally.

Artists working in any discipline, including but not limited to:
- 3-D arts (sculptures, ceramics, architecture, 3-D printing, etc.)
- Culinary arts
- Dance
- Digital arts (computer generated imagery, digital sound/music, animation, etc.)
- Fashion design
- Film/media arts
- Mural/installation art
- Music
- Theater
- Visual arts
- Writing/literature

Artists who self-identify as BIPOC and/or LGBTQIA+ are strongly encouraged to apply.

How to Apply

Applications are accepted online at the link below and must be received by Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 11:59 PM.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.shorelakearts.org/artist-roster

Posted

2/12/2021

Urban ArtWorks
Our youth and community programs are growing, and we are looking for a creative and passionate Program Manager who thrives on wearing multiple hats to join our small but mighty team! This is a new full-time position, and an opportunity to directly and deeply impact the growth of the organization.

Organization

Urban ArtWorks

Website

www.urbanartworks.org

More Info

Amanda

hello@urbanartworks.org

(206) 292-4142

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Full time

Description

Program Manager
Employment status: Full-time (40 hrs./week)
Location: Seattle, WA - During Covid a majority of the work will be done virtually
Reports to: Executive Director
Work schedule: M-F - some evenings and weekends required
Salary: $55,000 - $65,000 – DOE
Closing – Until filled

Urban ArtWorks is a Seattle-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to engage youth and communities in the creation of public art that inspires connections and honors their voices. Through our arts-based youth employment programs, community projects, and public art installations, our professional teaching artists facilitate opportunities for all people to have access to the transformative power of creating public art.

We are strongest when we embrace the creativity and diversity of the community we serve and believe that our deep commitment to cultural and racial equity is an investment in our mission and shared future. Urban ArtWorks is looking for someone who would be passionate about fostering our values of connection, anti-racism, expression, belonging, and integrity.

Scope of Responsibilities

Our youth and community programs are growing, and we are looking for a creative and passionate Program Manager who thrives on wearing multiple hats to join our small but mighty team! This is a new full-time position, and an opportunity to directly and deeply impact the growth of the organization. The Program Manager is the primary point of contact for daily work with Teaching Artists, youth apprentices, community participants, schools, and program partner organizations. This person will work on the development, implementation, supervision and evaluation of our youth and community-based programs. The Program Manager will be committed to youth development and the belief that all people should be valued for their unique life experience. Responsibilities include:

• Actively recruiting, training, supervising, and managing a diverse team of Teaching Artists to support youth and community-based programs.
• Developing customized programs for youth and community engagement
• Creating culturally responsive arts-based curricula
• Cultivating community partner engagement including: outreach to existing and potential partners to maintain and deepen relationships, presentations to partners to increase awareness of programming, regular communications with partner staff, and overseeing the completion of partners’ required documents such as timesheets and evaluations
• Completion and maintenance of teaching artist and program partner contracts
• Developing participant communication strategies including: recruiting new youth participants, electronic, in-person, and phone communications, and building upon current participant handbook
• Documenting and archiving program images, stories, and written materials for social media, grants, and public communications
• Assisting with the development of informational materials for public distribution on Urban ArtWorks’ website, newsletter, and in print.
• Working with ED to enhance program evaluation tools to measure impact, inform, and improve future programs
• Recruiting, training, and managing program volunteers
• Support organizational fundraising goals including assistance with grant writing, fundraising events, and donor communication.
• Additional tasks as necessary inclusive of: participating in all-staff and program-staff meetings, collaborating on day-of tasks for youth program and community participation related events, maintaining/organizing youth program supplies and studio space, supporting community events, cultivating an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere for participants, teaching artists, community partners, and programmatic volunteers

Qualifications/Experience
Competitive candidates will possess:

• A belief system aligned with Urban ArtWorks’ values, vision, and mission
• A commitment to helping Urban ArtWorks become an anti-racist organization
• 3+ years supervisory experience in Youth Development, Education, Arts Administration, Non-Profit Management or other fields closely related.
• Experience working for a community-based arts or youth development organization preferred
• Experience working with individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
• Demonstrated experience hiring, training, supervising and leading a team
• Experience developing arts-based curricula
• Experience nurturing community-based partnerships
• Knowledge of Seattle’s public art scene
• Excellent organizational, administrative, and project management skills with the ability to prioritize and coordinate multiple programs simultaneously
• Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to speak publicly with partners, supporters, and the media
• Excellent listening skills
• Ability to think creatively and strategically, strong analytical and problem-solving skills
• Strong computer skills in standard software Word, Excel, PowerPoint- Creative suite knowledge in InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator preferred
• Ability to use a variety of social media tools including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.
• A self-motivated work ethic and an interest in learning and growing within the position and the organization



What We Offer
Annual salary range $55,000 - $65,000, 100% health insurance, 10 days paid vacation, 10 paid holidays, Sick and Safe leave, flexible, fun, and rewarding work environment.

Urban ArtWorks is an equal opportunity employer. BIPOC and LGBTQIA folx strongly encouraged to apply.


How to Apply

To Apply
Please send your cover letter and resume to hello@urbanartworks.org with “Program Manager” in the subject line.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.idealist.org/en/nonprofit-job/9f93e14131c04026869aff08c685fa30-program-manager-urban-artworks-seattle

Posted

2/12/2021

Eunice Waymon Arts Services
Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic is seeking three artists/artist teams to create a video artwork for the foyer of The Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic new clinic at The Othello Square.

Organization

Eunice Waymon Arts Services

More Info

Elisheba Johnson

elishebajohnson@gmail.com

(206) 321-2711

Deadline to Apply

3/15/2021

Description

Foyer Call for Video: Odessa Brown Children's Clinic at The Othello Square
Closes on March 15, 2021
Call for Artists

Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic is seeking three artists/artist teams to create a video artwork for the foyer of The Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic new clinic at The Othello Square.
Scope of Work:
Community Health
Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic will commission 3 Artist/Artist teams to create 3-minute video artworks or animations about the inter-connectedness of community and health. This call should look at healing and community from a broad cultural lens.
What makes a healthy community?
How do we make sure everyone feels included and welcome into a community?
These videos will be featured on the foyer screens of the new Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic at The Othello Square. These artworks will welcome all visitors and guests and should reassure patients, guardians and community that Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic is not only a safe space but is an extension of the boundaries of their community. The foyer is also the entrance to the new Tiny Tots Development Center. Tiny Tots has four high-quality care and education locations which serve over 400 families in the Seattle area. This new facility will house two Seattle Preschool Program classes along with a birth to three childcare program.
The artworks may be shown back-to-back on LED screens or may be rotated out on a schedule. This will be determined by the Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic art committee. Based on the environment of the foyer, these videos will need to be visual only, with NO SOUND. The final artwork will be a high-resolution video file.

This opportunity is open to professional artists who live in Washington and Oregon State.

How to Apply

Application Deadline:
11:59 p.m., Monday, March 15, 2021 (Pacific Standard Time)

Submission Requirements:
Please submit the following via Submittable:
1. 6-10 Samples of Past Work
2. 1 Artist Statement or Bio (500 words or less)
3. A brief proposal (100 words or less) of how you would approach the topic of Community Health as a short film work and the conceptual approach you would use to create the work.

Selection Criteria
Artists will be evaluated based on their artistic expression, on past works, and how their proposal relates to the theme of community health. Proposals should also speak to the cultural diversity of the Othello neighborhood.

Selection Process
The selection process will take place in early-March 2021. A panel of Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic stakeholders, artists, client representatives and community members will review the applicant proposals. The panel will select three artists to move into contracting.

Link to Opportunity

https://eunicewaymonartsservices.submittable.com/submit/187267/foyer-call-for-video-odessa-brown-childrens-clinic-at-the-othello-square

Posted

2/12/2021

Eunice Waymon Arts Services
Waiting Room Artwork for Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic (OBCC) at The Othello Square.

Organization

Eunice Waymon Arts Services

More Info

Elisheba Johnson

elishebajohnson@gmail.com

(206) 321-2711

Deadline to Apply

3/15/2021

Description

Waiting Area Call for Art: Odessa Brown Children's Clinic at The Othello Square
Ends on March 15, 2021
Call for Artists

Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic is seeking an artist/artist team to create an artwork design for the waiting area of The Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic’s new clinic at The Othello Square.

Scope of Work:
Welcome to the Neighborhood
Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic will commission an artist/artist team to design artwork for the waiting area that will be translated into durable vinyl. The waiting area of the clinic is envisioned as a micro-neighborhood. We are asking artists to create a design influenced by the vision of the many ways and traditions of welcoming new people into a neighborhood. These traditions can be centered around food, greetings and events. This artwork should embody the spirit of a place that welcomes all the cultures and diversity of the Othello neighborhood. This artwork should also show the beauty and joy of being together and sharing space. The waiting area is a space where patients and families are waiting for an appointment within the clinic. This artwork is a major piece that will define the character and feel of the waiting area.

Design Guidelines
The artist will submit a high resolution file that can later be translated into a vinyl application. This is a DESIGN ONLY commission.

Eligibility
This opportunity is open to professional artists who live in Washington and Oregon State.

Budget
The selected artist/artist team will receive a $5,000 commission for a final artwork design.
Current Washington state sales/use tax rates apply to all artist contracts issued during the project, regardless of where the artist resides.

How to Apply

Application Deadline
11:59 p.m., Monday, March 15, 2021 (Pacific Standard Time)

Submission Requirements
Please submit the following via Submittable:
1. 6-10 Samples of Past Work
2. 1 Artist Statement or Bio (500 words or less)
3. A brief proposal (100 words or less) of how you would approach the topic of Welcome to the Neighborhood as an artwork and the conceptual approach you would use to create the work.

Selection Criteria
Artists will be evaluated based on their artistic expression, past works and how their proposal relates to theme of “Welcome to the Neighborhood”. Proposals should also speak to the cultural diversity of the Othello neighborhood.

Selection Process
The selection process will take place in late-April 2021. A panel of Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic stakeholders, artists, client representatives and community members will review the applicant proposals. The panel will select one artist to move into contracting.

Link to Opportunity

https://eunicewaymonartsservices.submittable.com/submit/187266/waiting-area-call-for-art-odessa-brown-childrens-clinic-at-the-othello-square

Posted

2/12/2021

METHOD Gallery
METHOD is accepting submissions from individual artists in the Pacific Northwest for a solo exhibition scheduled during the 2022 exhibition calendar.

Organization

METHOD Gallery

Website

https://www.methodgallery.com/

More Info

Paul D. McKee

info@methodgallery.com

2066966044

Fee to Apply

Free

Deadline to Apply

4/11/2021

Description

Please note that METHOD Gallery solely exhibits installation art and is seeking exceptional works in this arena only.

Deadline is Sunday April 11th 2021 at 5pm

Professional Artists in any medium that reside in The Pacific Northwest are invited to apply (WA, OR, ID and B.C.)
BIPOC artists, LGBTQIA artists and Women artists are strongly encouraged to apply.
Diversity and inclusivity through our gallery exhibitions has been a key element since we opened in 2013.
Please help us spread the word to these important communities and encourage their applications!

Groups of artists that wish to collaborate to create one cohesive artwork (rather than a group show) are also welcome to apply.

How to Apply

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS (ALL MATERIALS SHOULD BE AT PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS FOR SUBMISSION)

Exhibition proposal: a written outline of the theme and scope of the immersive installation and how it will utilize/transform the gallery. Please tell us how you are approaching the two gallery experiences, both inside the gallery and the street view through the windows. (Microsoft Word).
Supporting visual materials in the form of jpeg, audio or video file. See Image Preparations for guidelines on formats for submission
Work sample description sheet: title, year made, materials used, photo credit (Microsoft Word)
A proposed floor plan of the gallery for the exhibit. Floor Plan Here
Concept sketches and images as needed to support your application (.jpg files)
Professional Artist Resume (Microsoft Word)
Professional Artist Statement (Microsoft Word)
Professional Artist BIO (Microsoft Word)
Submissions MUST be shared electronically via Dropbox.com. Please "SHARE" your application in a single folder, titled with your last name with the username info@methodgallery.com. Do this by going to the right of your Dropbox folder and clicking "share" then entering our email address. Dropbox is automatically share this file to our account.
PLEASE DO NOT MAIL OR EMAIL SUBMISSION MATERIALS.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.methodgallery.com/open-call-for-art-2022.html

Posted

2/19/2021

Coyote Central
Coyote Central is looking for an experienced Digital Media professional with teaching experience to lead a cohort of 8 to 12 enterprising youth between the ages of 14 and 18. The purpose of the program is to help BIPOC youth develop skills, knowhow, and connections that will provide a pipeline to Digital Media Professions. The Teaching Artist will be responsible for creating a syllabus and lesson plans that teach critical skills in programs like Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects etc. while designing relevant projects that address specific needs outlined by Coyote’s Communications Director.

Organization

Coyote Central

Website

https://coyotecentral.org/

More Info

bryn mooney

bryn@coyotecentral.org

(206) 323-7276

Deadline to Apply

3/1/2021

Job Type

Part time

Description

We are looking for someone who…
- has a powerful work ethic and excellent follow-through
- is a strong communicator with teens, other teaching artists, and staff
- has the ability to stay organized and track project progress
- reflects the diversity of the students we serve
- prioritizes equity and teaches through an equity lens
- brings a dynamic spirit to the program and can spark that in others
- has the ability to break things down into manageable chunks and build real world connections
- is innovative and creative
- demonstrates a balance of flexibility and structure

Teaching Artist should have experience with…
- working with students from a diverse range of backgrounds
- working with high-school aged youth
- providing activities that scaffold projects
- norm setting and conflict resolution
- supporting varying levels of experience with a medium among participants in a single group
- managing big-picture timetables

Teaching Artist should be proficient with….
- Adobe Creative Suites

Teaching Artist will be responsible for…
- submitting an overview syllabus of the project 2 weeks prior to start date
- providing daily lesson plans and draft of budget 2 weeks prior to the start date
- weekly progress assessments
- regular communication with program mentors
- attending planning meetings with Coyote Project Manager
- helping build a roster of design firms for a Job Fair
- ensuring students develop skills for their future and a useable portfolio

Time Commitment: Three-month timeline, to include one design intensive class per week (April-June), followed by two group internship check-ins (July-August). Included in the schedule are two-three showcases/job fair gatherings.

How to Apply

PDF or online application available at: https://coyotecentral.org/youth-partner-programs

Link to Opportunity

https://coyotecentral.org/youth-partner-programs

Posted

2/19/2021

NoLabel_Art
NoLabel: A Tree Of Good Memories is an online art exhibition which aims to showcase nature inspired art and collect memories that are associated with nature.

Organization

NoLabel_Art

More Info

Victoria

nolabel.pm@gmail.com

Deadline to Apply

2/28/2021

Description

We are convinced that art is a great way to share thoughts, memories, ideas and emotions, especially at the time of social distancing, so let's get connected!
We welcome participation from anyone who likes nature, and wants to share their visual art, writing or simply a memory on the subject .

*You are welcome to read about our previous project here ://www.helenarkell.org.uk/news/no-label-invisible-state.php

How to Apply

*IMPORTANT:
-No formal degree or background in arts is required
-Any media is welcome
-Submitted works MUST NOT contain nudity, violence, inappropriate language or offensive content.
TO TAKE PART PLEASE:

1.Follow @NOLABEL_ART on Instagram (Red logo)
2.Post images of your artworks on your Instagram account using the hashtag #atreeofgoodmemories and @nolabel_art.
3. Email the following strictly in the given succession:

-1- your Name, your Instagram User Name (for us to credit you)
-2- up to 3 images of your art/writing
-3- a description of your work (100 words)

Contact person: Victoria at nolabel.pm@gmail.com

Link to Opportunity

https://www.artsjobs.org.uk/arts-job/post/artist-amateur-artist-art-enthusiast/

Posted

2/26/2021

Bellevue Arts Museum
Bellevue Arts Museum seeks a Director of Learning & Public Programming to lead our Education team starting in the spring of 2021. This position provides key vision and leadership for all of BAM’s educational programming, including lectures, workshops, performances, camps, community outreach, docents, tours, and more. The Director of Learning & Public Programming is one of the Museum’s Senior Staff and works collaboratively with Museum colleagues to implement the shared vision and mission. This position will oversee two full-time staff, as well as seasonal staff, interns, and volunteers. It is important for the Director of Learning & Public Programming to be able to balance detailed planning and program implementation with higher-level strategy and leadership.

Organization

Bellevue Arts Museum

Website

bellevuearts.org

More Info

Mary Kate Anselmini

marykatea@bellevuearts.org

Deadline to Apply

Open until filled

Job Type

Full time

Description

Leadership & Strategic Planning
• Lead visioning, strategic planning, evaluation, and professional development for BAM’s Education department and programs.
• Represent the Education department in weekly Senior Staff meetings and participate in decision-making discussions of ongoing Museum planning, challenges, key events, etc.
• Communicate about Education department’s mission and programming to the BAM Board of Trustees.
• Work with Development department to assess funding needs for programs, assist with grant applications and sponsor relationships as needed.

Program Development, Implementation, and Evaluation
• Collaborate with Education staff and other departments to create, schedule, implement, and evaluate public programs related to BAM’s mission and exhibitions, including, but not limited to lectures, symposia, workshops, tours, demonstrations, interdisciplinary events, classes, and interactive activities.
• Coordinate with speakers, artists, curators, and panelists to create innovative and engaging experiences for BAM visitors.
• At major public programs, introduce speaker, represent the Museum to the public, and ensure a smooth run-of-event.
• Create a system for program evaluation and implement mechanisms for audience feedback.

Community Partners & Outreach
• Manage relationships with community organizations who partner with the Museum on educational programming.
• Develop partnerships with community organizations and/or audiences to create programming that relates directly to the Museum’s mission.
• Work with Education Manager to oversee and guide the Museum’s Educator Advisory Board, with the goal of creating strong relationships with local teachers, students, and schools.

Interactive & Gallery-based Learning
• Determine direction and create annual schedule for BAM’s Community Education Gallery (CEG) in the Museum, featuring exhibits and activities that promote educational enrichment and cultural awareness.
• Work with outside organizations on proposals, scheduling, events, and activities for the CEG.
• Oversee the Museum’s interactive learning spaces (Imagination Stations), working closely with the Education Manager to create new activities, projects, and displays.

Administration & Staff Management
• Maintain record keeping and data for all Museum programs.
• Create and manage the budget for Education department.
• Oversee and mentor all Education department staff, including Education Manager, Docent & Tours Coordinator, seasonal/part-time staff, and interns.
• Participate in professional development and networking opportunities for museum and arts professionals, both locally and nationally.
• Create and adhere to Museum policies to assure the safety, professionalism, and wellbeing of Museum staff and visitors.

How to Apply

Submit a recent resume and cover letter with “Director of Learning & Public Programming” in the subject line to hr@bellevuearts.org. No calls, please. Position open until filled.

Link to Opportunity

https://www.bellevuearts.org/media/7673/2021_director_of_learning_public_programming.pdf

Posted

2/26/2021