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Wednesday, February 29th, 2012
WHAT:  A drop-in life drawing workshop session, with an experienced live
model provided. Most sessions will offer nude or semi-nude models, others will
feature clothed or costumed models. No instruction.
s of all
experience levels and disciplines welcome. For ages 18+ (16+ for sessions
featuring clothed models).

WHY:  A low-cost opportunity to draw, paint,
or sculpt live models in a relaxed, congenial setting.

WHEN:  Every
Saturday, 9 am to noon.

WHAT TO BRING:  Your materials, easel or other
preferred work surface. Chairs provided.

WHERE:  The Yellow Building at
Sandywoods Farm, 73 Muse Way,
Tiverton, RI. Just behind the Bulgarmarsh Recreation Area, near the intersection
of 177 and 81. For directions and map click here.

MUCH:  $14.00 per session, no need to pre-register.

Is on 3/17 and will feature a young female dancer with prior art modeling
experience. Sydney will hold a variety of poses clothed in leotards, tutus, and
other ballet dancewear.

FOR MORE INFO:  Contact Russ Smith at (401)
241-7349 or russsmith1956@gmail.com.

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Design Competition

Friday, February 24th, 2012

National Capital Planning Commission / General Services Administration
(Washington DC)

Deadline: March 13, 2012

The National Capital Planning Commission (NCPC), in cooperation with the General Services Administration (GSA), is sponsoring a design competition for a new temporary outdoor commemorative installation in Washington, DC. The competition’s goal is to enhance a prominent but underutilized public space in the city’s monumental core while fostering a public dialogue regarding the nature of commemoration in the nation’s capital.

Artists and/or design professionals, working as individuals or teams, are invited to propose ideas for an innovative temporary commemorative work that embodies the commemorative theme selected for the competition — the precepts and positive impact of Earth Day, the world’s largest civic observance.

The proposed site for this temporary installation is the Ariel Rios Hemicycle, a grassy semi-circle along the west side of 12th Street NW between Pennsylvania and Constitution Avenues in Washington’s Federal Triangle.

The competition winner to be selected in summer 2012 may be contracted to design, fabricate, and install their proposed installation with a total budget between $200,000 to $300,000, resulting in a public display at the Hemicycle for a period of up to one year.

Interested artists/designers must submit information about themselves, their teams, and portfolios of accomplishment that establish their capabilities, as well as a preliminary vision statement for the commemorative installation in response to a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) posted on the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) website by March 13, 2012.

An evaluation board consisting of representatives from NCPC, GSA, the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts and private sector professional peers in the fields of art, architecture, history of memorials, and urban planning will review the submissions and make a recommendation to the GSA Selection Authority on a short list of artist/design teams.

For full details on eligibility and submission requirements, please refer to the Request for Qualifications posted on the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) website.


This is the direct link to the competition website: http://www.ncpc.gov/beyondgranite/competition.html

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Friday, February 24th, 2012

Rhode Islanders will salute their own – Best Actress nominee Viola Davis – at Oscar Night® America, the state’s only Oscar-night gala celebration officially sanctioned by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Sunday, February 26th at the Vets in downtown Providence, to benefit Flickers: The Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF).

Attendees will be able sign a congratulatory card for Davis, participate in a video greeting and cheer her on.
Said Steven Feinberg, Honorary Chairman of Oscar Night® America, “I cordially invite you to be part of Rhode Island’s film family and attend the gala. I think you will have a great time as we celebrate the motion picture industry and root for our hometown treasure, Ms. Viola Davis, who is nominated as Best Actress for THE HELP. Come join us. Surprises await! It will be a fun evening. Even if you can’t make it for dinner, please show your support by coming down to watch the show with us. Tickets are only $10!”

“We could not be prouder of Viola,” said George T. Marshall, RIIFF Executive Director. “She has brought such enormous credit to her family, our state and those who mentored her throughout her career. Her success should be applauded and proclaimed. This could not have happened to a nicer human being and is so well deserved. We wish her only good fortune and will be on pins and needles during the evening.”


The cost for Providence Oscar Night® America is $125 for those participating in the Red Carpet Gala, which begins at 6:30 p.m. and includes a welcome reception, gourmet dinner, drinks, live music, raffle and screening of the Academy Awards. For those who are not attending the gala but wish to watch the Awards ceremony only on our large screen, tickets are $10, with doors opening at 8:00 p.m. All festivities will be held at The Vets (formerly The VMA Arts & Cultural Center), 1 Avenue of the Arts.


To purchase tickets:  http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2698690857


The Rhode Island Film & TV Office is a government agency and subsidiary of The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts.

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Negotiations, Copyright, and Contracts with Jim Grace

Friday, February 24th, 2012
(Please note that a similar version of this workshop will be held in RI on April 10.)
WHEN: March 29, 2012 | 10:00AM-1:30PM
(Coffee and bagels will be available at 9:30AM; lunch will be provided after the workshop.)
WHERE: New England Foundation for the Arts (directions)
145 Tremont Street, 8th Floor | Boston, MA 02111
CONTACT: Elysian McNiff. Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodations should contact NEFA staff.
Space is limited! RSVP today!
Not confident in your negotiating skills? Unfamiliar with copyright laws? Unsure of how to protect yourself? Intimidated by the contract process?


These legal issues can be daunting, but fear no more! Jim Grace has the tools to help. This workshop will leave you feeling empowered to produce and protect your work. Formatted to benefit both public art first-timers and seasoned professionals, this workshop will include valuable take aways like:

  • Important keys to effective negotiation for artists and organizations
  • Clear explanations of copyright laws – how to protect yourself and others
  • Hands-on practice with contracts

Come with your experience and your questions!

Before attending, please fill out this brief survey. In order to provide you with a valuable workshop, we need to know a little bit more about your experience!
Jim Grace, Executive Director of the Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston and former Executive Director of Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts of Massachusetts, has been advising artists, art organizations and creatives on legal and business issues for over 13 years.
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Rhode Island School of Design Seeks Custodian

Friday, February 24th, 2012

Part Time

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), the country’s preeminent art and design school, located in historic Providence, RI, is seeking a Custodian to join its Facilities Department.

Reporting to Custodial Supervisor, the Custodian performs a variety of duties pertaining to the cleanliness and upkeep of administrative, academic and dormitory areas as specified by lead person or Custodial Supervisor.

Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalency preferred.  One year related work experience desired.  Ability to operate machines used in cleaning and special training in the use of cleaning products.

How to Apply
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  For more information about RISD and to APPLY ONLINE, please visit our website at http://www.risd.edu/jobs.

RISD is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Fine Arts at The RIBA HOME SHOW

Friday, February 24th, 2012

This will be our second year of  the Fine Arts at the RIBA (Rhode Island Builder’s Association) Home Show, and are we excited!  Did you know that last year we had over 20,000 attendees walked through the doors of the Providence Convention Center in only 4 days time! THAT’S A LOT OF EXPOSURE!!
So we invite all artists who create anything that would be considered decorative art for the home to send in your applications for our 2012 RIBA Home Show. This is a juried show as we only have 50 available booths for Fine Artists.


We offer 10×10 BOOTH SPACE to artists for a 30% commission fee to be paid to
the RIBA Home Show from any sales made during the Home Show. There is a minimum
payment of $100, payable upon acceptance into the show.  NOTE: The $100 is
NOT in addition to 30%
, it is the minimum payment for the booth. It simply
means once you have sold more than $340.00 of your art at the Home Show, only
then will you begin paying additional money beyond the $100.00,   which is 30%
of sales to the RIBA Home Show.
There is a maximum that you will pay us along with the minimum. You won’t pay us any more than $1,700, which means that you would need to sell $5,667 in order to hit that amount.

By the way, these booths sell to the other exhibitors for $1700.00….. The RIBA Home Show gives us artists an exceptional deal!

All Booths Include:

* 10 amp electricity for lighting

*  6 foot table

* 2 chairs

* Sales receipts provided by RIBA

* Tons of advertising, including television, radio, Newspapers…


Simple. Send us at least 6 images of your work along with the following information:

Name, Address, Phone, and Website (if applicable)

For more information or to send in your application for the Fine Arts area, please call or write to:

Kim Ellery



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Vote in the 2011 New England Art Awards

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Vote in 2011 New England Art Awards (if you haven’t already), a contest organized by The New England Journal of Aesthetic Research to honor the best art made here, local writing about local art, and exhibits of local art organized here in 2011. Vote at the online ballot here. Votes must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24, to be counted.

And please spread the word.

Everyone is welcome to vote. Winners will be chosen by (1) local active art writers and (2) anyone else who wants to vote – and will be announced in terms of these two categories of voters. The open nomination and voting process of the Art Awards makes it the most comprehensive and most democratic survey (last year 2,215 people voted) of the amazing art coming out of New England.

Winners will be announced at the 2011 New England Art Awards Ball at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 1, 2012, at the Burren, 247 Elm St., Davis Square, Somerville, Massachusetts. The event is free and open to all. Dress creatively! Dress to impress! Entertainment will probably include a marching band, plus surprises!

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WBSR Open House

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

For those who have never heard of Brown Student  and Community Radio (BSR), we’re a hybrid student-community station broadcasting  free-form radio off college hill.  We “serve the curious listener,”  which means we play ridiculous music, avant-guard radio storytelling,  and deep news features.  Our shows broadcast online at bsrlive.com.

If you want to learn more, meet station staff and programmers, see our studio, and eat pizza, now’s the time. Next Thursday, March 1st, we’ll be hosting an open house from 7-9pm at the BSR studio, located on the third floor of Faunce on Brown campus (map). Come and chill with us! If you can’t make it but still want to get involved, no biggie; training meetings will start next week.

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Rhode Island School of Design Illustration Department Assistant

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Part Time

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), the country’s preeminent art and design school, located in historic Providence, RI, is seeking a Department Assistant to join its Illustration Department.

Reporting to the Department Head, the Department Assistant assists in providing support with the administrative tasks required to run a dynamic academic department including clerical and routine administrative duties in support of the department, department head, other faculty and students. Updates and maintains course tables and class rosters. Maintains paper and electronic files, records and inventories. May serve as point of contact for departmental internal and external relations.

Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent combination of education and experience required.  One to two years administrative support experience required with experience working in an academic environment preferred.  Experience and knowledge of PC and/or Apple computer/s and Microsoft Office and Adobe software used in office administration required; experience and knowledge of word processing, databases, and spreadsheet software. Ability to adapt to new software and to learn Datatel/Colleague for accessing student transcripts, student information and registration. Demonstrated aptitude for technology and analytical thinking. Proven problem solver with resourceful approach; demonstrated initiative, excellent interpersonal skills; attention to detail; basic math skills; strong oral and written communication skills; ability to multitask; and work in a fast paced environment.

How to Apply
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. For more information about RISD and to APPLY ONLINE, please visit our website at http://www.risd.edu/jobs.

RISD is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer.

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AS220 Youth hosts author Dr. Michael Eric Dyson at the Rhode Island Training School

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012


AS220 Youth is pleased to announce that Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, famed and prolific contemporary author, will be joining their classes at the Rhode Island Training School on February 23rd, and engaging incarcerated youth in explorations of the many dimensions of hip hop culture.


Dyson was named by Essence magazine as one of the 40 most inspiring African- Americans, and by Ebony magazine as one of the 100 most influential black Americans.  The Philadelphia Weekly contends that Dyson is“becoming the most visible black academic of his time.”  Dyson has taken on some of the toughest and most controversial issues of our day, including Martin Luther King, Jr.’s radical legacy, in I May Not Get There With You: The True Martin Luther King, Jr.; the virtues and crises of hip hop culture in Holler If You Hear Me: Searching for Tupac Shakur; racial conflict and black identity in Race Rules: Navigating the Color Line; and the political and racial fallout from Hurricane Katrina in Come Hell or High Water: Hurricane Katrina.


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Courthouse Center for the Arts Seeks Theater production mananger

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Organization: Location: 3481 Kingstown Rd., West Kingston, RI
Start Date: Immediate
Courthouse Center for the Arts in West Kingston, RI, seeks exp Production Manager for all this season’s upcoming productions: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Nunsense, Titanic, To Kill a Mockingbird, Dracula and a holiday musical. Salary commensurate w/exp.

How to Apply
Resumes to Richard Ericson: Richard@courthousearts.org or PO Box 186 West Kingston, RI 02892

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Courthouse Center for the Arts Seeks Theater personnel

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Location: 3481 Kingstown Rd., West Kingston, RI
Start Date: Immediate
Courthouse Center for the Arts in West Kingston, RI, seeks exp scenic, lighting and sound designers, technical staff including tech directors, master electricians, sound board operators. Carpenters, painters, seamstresses for all this season’s upcoming productions: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Nunsense, Titanic, To Kill a Mockingbird, Dracula and a holiday musical. Salary comm. w/exp.

How to Apply
Resumes to Richard Ericson: Richard@courthousearts.org or PO Box 186 West Kingston, RI 02892

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2012 RISCA Fellowship Exhibition Artists Talk and Closing Reception

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Join us at Machines With Magnets this Saturday, February 25 from 1-4:00 PM for your last chance to see the 2012 RISCA Fellowship Exhibition.  The Fellowship Artists will join visitors in a tour of the gallery and will each talk about their work.   For directions to Machines With Magnets click here.

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NE States Touring Grant Deadline 3/1/12

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

About NEST
New England States Touring (NEST) provides support to nonprofit organizations based in New England for community-related activities by select New England performing artists from outside of the presenter’s state.

New England States Touring (NEST) Program Goals

Give the communities of New England direct access to the artistic excellence and diversity available in this region
Provide New England artists with the opportunity to enrich their work and build audiences through touring to a variety of communities, thereby increasing demand for their work
Encourage thorough planning of projects that provide meaningful interaction between New England artists and communities
Extend the arts to populations whose opportunities for arts experiences are limited by geography, ethnicity, economics, or disability

Any nonprofit, school, or government entity based in New England (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont) is eligible to apply for a NEST grant.

The nonprofit organization does not need to be an arts organization. An organization that does not have a federal tax identification number (such as a national historic park) may apply as long as it is part of an official government agency (such as the National Park Service).

Nonprofit organizations who are interested in bringing cultural arts programming to its community may apply for NEST funding. Examples of eligible applicants include: libraries, schools, theaters, service agencies, and arts organizations. Applicants may only receive NEST support for presenting select NEST artists.

Contact program staff with questions regarding eligibility.

NEST Artists
NEST artists are performing artists from New England who meet the NEST Artist Requirements on MatchBook.org. They represent a wide range of disciplines, such as music, dance, opera, musical theater, poetry, writing, storytelling, interdisciplinary work, and folk arts, must be available for public performances, and maintain a permanent residence in New England.

Applicants may search MatchBook.org for NEST artists by following these steps:

1.Go to www.matchbook.org/ArtistSearch.aspx
2.Under “Enhanced Search” on the right side of the form; select the “NEST Eligible” tab. Check “Artist is NEST Eligible” and choose any other desired search criteria
3.Click “Search All” at the bottom. Applicants may apply to present those artists with the following icon on their profile:
NOTE: Artists are not juried, but instead must complete a detailed artist profile on MatchBook.org. We recommend that presenters thoroughly review artists’ profiles on MatchBook.org, and consider factors such as experience, professionalism, and artistic accomplishment when deciding if an artist is appropriate for their programming needs.

About MatchBook.org

Developed by NEFA in partnership with the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the other state arts agencies of New England, this free website features an easy-to-search directory of artists, performance spaces, and presenting organizations, designed to ‘MATCH’ artists with presenters that ‘BOOK’ them to perform.

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Monday, February 20th, 2012



There are several vacancies on the PAC Board and anyone interested in filling a position is invited to apply. Join others who are enthusiastic about arts in helping to fulfill PAC’s mission of “supporting, promoting and developing the highest level of the arts for the community and its artists.”

The board typically meets once a month and all board members are expected to serve on one of the committees and be actively involved. Committees are: Development, Education, Gallery, Publicity, Membership, Hospitality, and Open Studios.

For more information: http://www.pawtucketartscollaborative.org/

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Call for Entries – Pawtucket Arts Collaborative

Monday, February 20th, 2012

Exhibit Dates: March 24 through April 6, 2012

Reception: March 29, 2012 5:30 – 6:30 pm

The PAC gallery, located in the Blackstone Valley Visitor Center, is sponsoring a special exhibit. The exhibition is an opportunity for member artists of all disciplines/media to participate.

•Open to all member artists.
•All media accepted.
•Submit actual artwork.
•Entry fee: None
•Limited to one (1) submission per member.
•Work must have not been previously exhibited at the PAC Gallery.
•Work must have been executed within the past five (5) years.
•Size limitation: no larger than 36” in any direction.
•Three cases are available for sculpture/3D work (please contact Amy Jean for size details if you have work for the cases – availability is first come first served).
•Member Artist agrees to abide by the PAC Gallery Policy and Procedure located on the web site.

Drop off of Work: Saturday, March 24, 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

(Work can only be dropped off at this time – no early or late drop off)

Drop off location: The PAC Gallery, 175 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI

Pick up of Work: Saturday, Saturday, April 6 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

(Work cannot be held after exhibit ends)

Pick up location: 175 Main St. Pawtucket

All questions should be directed to Amy Jean Romero at earthboundart@gmail.com
If you intend on submitting, please e-mail your label information in advance to Amy Jean Romero. Information needed:

•Artist Name
•Artwork Title
•Price (all works should be for sale, no Price on Request or Not For Sale)

The Pawtucket Arts Collaborative Gallery is located in a multi-purpose public building housing several offices including The Blackstone Valley Tourism Council, RI Parent Network, The Slater Mill Gallery and Theatre, and several City of Pawtucket Offices. Over 100,000 people pass through this building on an annual basis, which includes tours by young students from local schools. Artwork submitted must be appropriate in content for display in a public space. PAC reserves the right to refuse any work that it finds to be inappropriate for this space.

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General Electric Invitation to Asian Artists

Friday, February 17th, 2012

On behalf of the General Electric Company, we invite you to submit works for GE’s
6th Annual Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Art Exhibition.
This exhibit runs
from April 30, 2012 through June 15,
This will be a wonderful opportunity to exhibit your artwork in GE’s prominent Cultural Art Gallery and also on the firm’s Cultural Online Gallery.  The works are available for sale.  To view past
exhibitions visit our Online Galleries:

Decoding The Visual Core of Qi and Chakra Technologies

Desired Works: We are searching for a variety of 2-dimensional works including paintings, watercolors, mixed media, collage,
photographs, vintage posters and prints.  In addition, we welcome video art, installations and sculpture.
Submit the THREE REQUIRED ITEMS no later than March 16,
Final selections will be made by March 30, 2012. Works
must be shipped/delivered to our Stamford, CT studio the week of April 23, 2012. Please take this timeline and location into consideration when evaluating whether this opportunity is a good fit.
Shortly after final selections are confirmed, we will communicate details on logistics, commission structure and drop-off procedures.

(please read the directions carefully to ensure your submissions of the 3 required items are
complete and accurate)

#1. Artist Bio/Statement
including name, telephone# and web

#2.  Five digital jpg files
of artwork including the frame.   If the work isn’t framed, describe how
it will be installed.
The file size should be ~ 150 dpi.
The name of the jpgs should reflect the name of the

#3.  A listing of the
five works including title, year created, medium, insurance value and size
(height precedes width precedes
Send all items via
email to opencallforartists@picture-that.com.
the subject of your email as follows:
example,  APHM2012GE_JohnsonTashina_StamfordCT.
This exhibit will attempt to showcase the art of Asian artists who utilize some aspects of Taoism, Buddhism or Hinduism in their lives or whose works are driven and influenced by the philosophy of Qi and Chakraism. Decoding
the visual core of Qi and Chakra Technologies aims to highlight the role of
Taoist, Buddhist and Hindu philosophy in the practice of contemporary Asian Art.
The philosophy of Qi (Chi) and Chakra metaphysics are important spiritual ideas
that permeate Asian culture. It is clear that many Asian philosophical ideas
have become an integral part of New Age American culture. The popularity of Tai
Chi and Yoga are clear examples of the increased interest in Asian
spirituality.  Many Asian artist create works of art whose themes, focus, symbols, iconography,
philosophical and color content are inspired by (sometimes subconsciously or are
directly linked to) a visual interpretation of Taoist, Buddhist or Hindu
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Assistant to the Director, Museum of Art | Rhode Island School of Design

Thursday, February 16th, 2012

The RISD Museum of Art, a world-class museum in Providence, RI, was founded as part of Rhode Island School of Design in 1877. Its permanent collection of more than 84,000 objects includes paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, costume, furniture, and other works of art from every part of the world, including objects from Ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome, and art of all periods from Asia, Europe, and the Americas, up to the latest in contemporary art. The Museum’s education department is committed to promoting engagement with works of art and fostering an environment that stimulates curiosity, critical thinking, and creativity.

Reporting to the Museum Director, the Assistant to the Director performs a wide variety of administrative support functions for the Museum Director. Serves as initial point of contact for all inquiries. Generate, maintains and processes forms, documents, reports, minutes and agendas. Manage Director’s calendar and assists with correspondence. Schedule meetings and coordinates the logistical arrangements and materials for other high-profile special events and meetings. Maintain and update confidential records and orders supplies. Conduct research for the Director on special projects, including, but not limited to position searches, speeches, travel, and various museum statistics).

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience. Five years experience as administrative assistant or similar position, with a minimum of three years in a senior administrative support capacity. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills and strong writing skills required. Must be gracious, detail oriented, take initiative and follow issues and items to completion. Ability to coordinate multiple schedules. Ability to analyze data. Must be able to meet deadlines, handle confidential data, proofread for accuracy, work independently and as a member of a team. Demonstrated experience in web based and office management computer software is essential.

How to Apply
For additional information about RISD and to apply online, please visit our website at http://www.risd.edu/jobs.

RISD is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Call to Artists: April 1st Deadline

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

The First Annual Juried Arts Marketplace: Pawtucket at the Armory Art Center in Pawtucket. A new and exciting exhibition and
sale focusing on fine art and crafts by artiststhroughout our region. In
partnership with the Pawtucket Arts Festival,the Arts Marketplace: Pawtucket is
in keeping with the long historyof the festival that celebrates the arts and
traditions in our community.  A juried show whose mission is to meet high
standards of technical and artisticexcellence and to present the best of
contemporary fine Art andAmerican-made crafts in a comfortable, professional and
accessible setting. A beautiful spacious location in the Armory Art Center, in
Pawtucket, RI, the Drill Hall is the perfect venue to highlight the extraordinary
quality of artand crafts from artists of our region. In its thirteenth year, the
Pawtucket Arts Festival attendance totaled over 35,000 in 2011. Nearby Festival
events will include music, demonstrations, and many other family programs. There
is ample parking and a beautiful Blackstone River view from the nearby
Morris Nathanson Bridge.

For more information and to download  an application visit:


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The Visual Arts Sea Grant

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Up to $3000 will be awarded. Submit 10 digital
images, image list, proposal, budget and resume. Deadline for receipt of
materials is May 25, 2012. For the prospectus send a SASE to Visual Arts Sea
Grant, Department of Art & Art History, 105 Upper College Rd, Kingston, RI
02881 or go to www.uri.edu/.artsci/art/index.html

The Visual Arts Sea Grant was established in 1988 to
encourage professional artists from New York and New England to address the
issue of the environment of the ocean and it’s coastal communities.


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