Opportunity for Artists
Deadline: September 20, 2007
Montgomery College – Rockville Art Department is accepting entries for the national juried exhibition: Rhythm & Blue. Artwork can be any medium that incorporates rhythm (visual or otherwise) and/or blue (color or feeling). The entry deadline is September 20, 2007. The exhibition will run November 14 – December 12, 2007. No entry fee. Download prospectus here.
Questions may be directed to Michael Sellmeyer, 240-567-7653, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org - The jurors are Professor Michael Sellmeyer and Professor Kay McCrohan of the Montgomery College-Rockville Art Department. The Montgomery College – Rockville Campus is located in Rockville Maryland, just north of Washington, D.C.
Saturday, June 16, 2007
Opportunity for Artists
The Consistent Inconsistency of Beauty
Check out the amazing video below for a gorgeous trail of the West's depiction of beauty.
Grants for Maryland Artists
2008 Individual Artist Awards Deadline: July 26, 2007
The Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Awards are grants awarded to Maryland artists through an anonymous, competitive process to encourage and sustain their pursuit of artistic excellence.
2008 Artistic Categories
* Dance: Solo Performance
* Music: Solo Instrumental Performance
* Music: Solo Vocal Performance
* Theater: Solo Performance
* Visual Arts: Computer Arts
* Visual Arts: Installation and other genre
* Visual Arts: Painting
* Visual Arts: Works on Paper
The MSAC Individual Artist Awards Program is administered by the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation. IAA applications will no longer be printed and mailed to you, you must read or download them from the Internet. All Individual Artist Award applicants now have the option to use eGRANT, an electronic grant application that allows you to submit your application via the Internet.
For information on the application and workshops, contact Adam Bernstein at the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation at email@example.com or call 410-539-6656, ext. 114. TTY Maryland Relay at 711.
Tonight in DC
Wanna go to what has been called "the wildest monthly art event in the DC metro area?"
It's "X at Bebar - A 21st Century Live-Art Happening" from 6 - 10 pm ($5 cover charge).
Bebar is at 1318 9th St NW, Washington, DC. Curated by Andrea Pollan, this month's X will feature live PA performances from Calmer (Brooklyn, Poly Vibe) and Luseq (DC, grafq) as well as work by graphic artists Alex Gold, Amit Kumar and Jon Sexton, a Performance by Belladona, Projections from Peter Parker, fashion by Beth B., and live painting by Sheldon Drake.