Exhibition Opportunity

College of Mainland Art Gallery, 1200 Amburn Rd. Texas City, TX 77591

“Transformation” Photography works call for entry

DETAILS College of the Mainland Art Gallery is accepting submission of lens-based photography works with the theme of “Transformation”. Selected works will be exhibited at the COM Art Gallery in conjunction with Fotofest 2018.

DEADLINE Entries Due: Feb. 14, 2018, Notice of Acceptance: Feb. 28, 2018, Shipping of Artworks Due: March 20, 2018, Exhibition dates: April 2- May 2, 2018, Reception date & time: TBA,

CONTACT Email Gallery Director, Mayko Ono Gray for entry rules at mgray@com.edu

 

 

 

Exhibition Opportunity

Rio Grande Arts Festival Annual Juried Art Exhibition

Laredo Community College Martinez Fine Arts Festival and The Martha Festermaker Memorial Visual Art Gallery

DETAILS: This is a juried art exhibit is a part of Laredo Community College’s yearly Rio Grande Arts Festival that includes music, theater, film and the visual arts.

DEADLINE: Late in May 2018, Dates unconfirmed as of yet

CONTACT: Laredo Community College, Martinez Fine Arts Center at 956-721-5334.

 

Two month residency

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INSPIRED: Art at Work – Request For Proposals!

Elsewhere Studios has been awarded a $25,000 grant from the Arts in Society Program for a project, INSPIRED: Art at Work, which will bring two artists to Paonia, CO, in summer 2018 for a two-month fully funded residency. Working closely with local artists, five local partner organizations (Citizens for a Healthy Community, Western Colorado Conservation Center, Farm and Food Alliance, Solar Energy International, and the North Fork Valley Creative Coalition), scientists, and policy makers, they will create socially-engaged artworks that address issues stemming from the impacts of legacy coal mining, such as: preservation of culture and environment, creation of a resilient economy in rural Colorado, pressures created by oil and gas development, and loss of jobs. These collaborations and a final symposium are designed to broadly engage the community and promote dialog about concerns vital to the future of this rural area.

For more detailed information, and to apply go to http://www.elsewherestudios.org/inspired-art-at-work/

 Karen Good: development@elswherestudios.org

 Carol Flueckiger: c.flueckiger@ttu.edu