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Hera Gallery Call for Entries: Landscape at the Edge: Contemporary Views

Monday, December 30th, 2013

Hera Gallery is pleased to announce an open call for entries for the upcoming exhibition  “Landscape at the Edge: Contemporary Views”, with juror Michele L’Heureux. Michele L’Heureux is a working artist, Gallery Director of The Beard and Weil Galleries at Wheaton College, and Curator of the Kniznick Gallery at Brandeis University. Deadline for submissions is February 7th,
2014.

The contemporary viewing of the landscape is pluralistic and reflective of human relationships to the natural and manmade environment. This national juried show seeks a varied perspective on what contemporary landscape is through the artist’s engagement with the subject. We seek to explore the meaning of place, political or environmental issues related to the landscape, urban and rural landscapes, natural and manmade landscapes, or other points of view. Open to works of any medium depicting landscape as the main subject. 3D limited to 100 lbs and must fit through a 5’10” x 6’8” door. 2D must fit through said door.
Each artist may submit 3 entries for $30. Judging will be done from digital files. Fees are non-refundable.

Application may be found on our blog: http://www.heragallery.blogspot.com/2013/12/call-for-entries-landscape-at-edge.html

These programs are presented with partial support from The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, through an
appropriation by the Rhode Island General Assembly, a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and private funders, Hera Educational Foundation, and The Friends of Hera.

Hera Gallery is free and open to the public and is accessible to persons with disabilities. Parking is available
behind the building or across the street.

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International Sculpture Center Award Competition for Young Sculptors

Thursday, December 19th, 2013

Each year the International Sculpture Center presents an award competition to its member colleges and universities as a means of supporting, encouraging, and recognizing the work of young sculptors and their supporting schools’ faculty and art program. The Student Award winners participate in an exhibition at Grounds For Sculpture, as well as a traveling exhibition hosted by arts organizations across the country. Winners’ work is also featured in Sculpture magazine. Each winner receives a one-year membership at the ISC and all winners are eligible to apply for a full sponsored residency to study in Switzerland.
To nominate students for this competition, the nominees’ university must first be an ISC University level member. University Membership costs $200 for universities in the USA, Canada and Mexico, or $220 for international universities, and includes a number of benefits.

Students who are interested should talk to their professors about getting involved. To find out more about the program please visit the website www.sculpture.org/StudentAwards/2014 or email studentawards@sculpture.org

Deadlines:
Nominations Open: January 1, 2014
University Membership Registration: March 17, 2014
Online Student Nomination Form: March 24, 2014
Online Student Submission Form: April 14, 2014

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Frequency Writiers – workshops and classes

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013

 

Frequency Writers
Frequency Writers: A great idea for a charitable deduction

Your end-of-year donation will enable us to provide scholarships,
workshops, and literary events for writers of all ages.

Frequency Writers
is a 501c3 organization dedicated to offering affordable, high-quality writing
creative writing workshops and to sponsoring readings, talks, and other free
events that give local writers a platform to connect with each other and the
greater RI arts community.

What would we do with your donation?

$5,000 will
allow our hardworking staff to organize the Frequency Writers events in
2014
$2,000 will allow a fantastic teacher of writing to offer a 6-week
workshop free to all students
$1000 will mean full
scholarships to a 6-week workshop for four impecunious writers
$500 will pay
for eight underserved middle schoolers to take a poetry workshop this
summer
$120 will sponsor a free craft talk event (like our wildly successful Laura van den Berg talk this month)
$80
will give one middle schooler the chance to take our youth writing
workshop
$30 will sponsor one of the Frequency open mics, where the
refreshments and entertainment are always free!
$10 will say to us that you
are glad that Frequency Writers exists

Click here to donate and for more information.

Our
sincere thanks for being part of the Frequency community of writers &
readers.

Darcie Dennigan and Sarah Tourjee

Upcoming Classes & Events

February

3

Writing workshops in poetry, autobiography, fiction, and
everything in between.
Two courses are offered on a sliding scale this
winter, and scholarships are available.

~Winter Open House~
Come meet & mingle with the instructors of our winter courses at our January open house
& reading:
Wednesday, 1/15, at 7pm at 186 Carpenter Street.

Refreshments will be
served. Free and all are
welcome.


Know a young
writer?
Youth Writing Workshop

This four-session
class is an opportunity for your child to write creatively through in-class
readings, writing prompts, and literary games. Students will create small
booklets of their work. There will also be a reading for friends and
family.
Ages 8-13
Sundays,
Jan 12-Feb 2, 12:30-2:00
pm
Some scholarships available!
MORE INFO


This newsletter goes out to writers and friends of Frequency. If you
know other writers or would-be writers in the area, feel free to forward it to
them. If you have community writing-related news, opportunities, etc. that you’d
like us to include in next month’s newsletter, or to be removed from this list,
please reply to this email. Thanks!

Frequency Providence

369 Hope Street

Providence, RI 02906

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The Learning Community Seeks Part-Time Art Teacher

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

The Learnin Community is looking for a part-time middle grades art teacher to start in January:

http://www.thelearningcommunity.com/site/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/MG_art_teacher_12.16.pdf

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Girls and Ladies Rock Camps

Monday, December 16th, 2013

Save the Dates! Winter/Spring/Summer Fun!

 

Registration starts this Monday for
Ladies Rock Camp and Group Lessons!  Space is limited and financial aid is
available!  Join in the fun!

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Call for Native American Artists- The Love Medicine Art Exhibit

Friday, December 13th, 2013

We’re seeking original artwork by Native American artists that illustrate the themes of family, passion, and cultural identity woven through the book “Love Medicine” by Louise Erdrich. The award-winning novel is part of “The Big Read” hosted by Tomaquag Museum in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts and Arts Midwest.

We’re pleased to offer our main gallery as part of this program in our second collaboration with Tomaquag Indian Memorial Museum in Exeter, RI. To learn more about the Tomaquag Museum please visit www.tomaquagmuseum.org.

Submission Deadline – Friday, December 20 at 4:30.

Exhibit Dates – January 11 to March 1, 2014 in the Main Gallery at WMOA.

Opening Reception – Wednesday, January 22 from 6:00-8:00 pm for the artists, their friends and family, arts patrons and the public. the event is free with free parking behind City Hall.

Co-Curators – Simone Spruce Torres, WMOA program director and Loren Spears, director of the Tomaquag Indian Memorial Museum.

Eligibility – Open to all Native American artists with tribal affiliation. Please note: a tribal ID number is NOT required for submission as incorrectly stated on the Artist Agreement.

Drop Off for Accepted Works – Tuesday, January 7 (3:30-7:30 pm) and Wednesday, January 8 (2:00-3:30 pm) with all required paperwork.

Pick Up for Accepted Works – Thursday, March 6 (3:30-7:30 pm) and Friday, March 7 (2:00-3:30 pm)

Important Notes – 1) Submission is by .jpeg only, 2) Artist Statement is required (200 word maximum as a Word.doc), 3) Accepted artwork and 3D works must be ready to hang and/or install or they will not be included in the exhibit.

Questions – Call Simone Spruce Torres or Taylor Terreri during gallery hours

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AS220 YOUTH: Sewing Instructor

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013

AS220 Youth is a free arts education program serving young people ages 14 to 21, with a special focus on those in the care and custody of the State. Our goal is to engage youth in a creative process that will lead to positive artistic, educational and social outcomes.


 

We are currently in search for a Sewing Instructor to teach a weekly class in our after school program at AS220 Youth for our six-week winter session. The instructor will teach students the basics of sewing (by hand and with a sewing machine).

 

To apply, please send a resume and work samples to Gianna Rodriguez, Education Director, at gianna@as220.org.

 

For more information about AS220 Youth please visit youth.as220.org

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Providence Singers – Open Auditions for tenors and basses

Friday, December 6th, 2013

Attention men who sing: Mid-season auditions are available for tenors, basses

The Providence Singers has openings in the tenor and bass sections for the balance of the 42nd season. Auditions will be held by appointment at the Carter Center on Tuesday, December 10, and Tuesday, December 17.

Arrange an auditionInfo: Call Jenica at 401-751-5700Directions to the Carter Center

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NET/TEN Exchange Grants

Friday, December 6th, 2013

The intent to apply period for NET/TEN Exchange Grants from Network of Ensembles Theaters closes on December 18th. Up to $10,000 for ensemble relationship building and peer-to-peer learning. Full guidelines available at: http://www.ensembletheaters.net/content/netten-exchange-grants

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Portsmouth Arts Guild Art Lessons for Young Artists

Friday, December 6th, 2013

Portsmouth Arts Guild
Center for the Arts
2679 East Main Road (Rt.138)
Portsmouth, R.I.
portsmoutharts.org

Saturday morning classes that are geared toward children who want more art in their life. It will include a variety of materials, techniques and styles of drawing, painting and 3D work to compliment the student’s school experience. Famous artists and artwork will be introduced. Each student will explore their own manner of expression.
Instructor: Joanne Murrman is an artist & art teacher with a BFA from Mass College of Art & M.ED from Boston University with 40 years of experience teaching K-12 art.

Date:    (5)   Saturdays, Jan. 11,18,25, Feb. 1,8

Time:            10-12:30

Tuition: $120/$100 members

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NPR is asking for stories about rural America.

Friday, December 6th, 2013

 

 

A new program on NPR is interested in hearing real stories from rural people about rural places.  The State of the Re: Union will profile small towns and communities by attempting to get to the heart of what it means to live in rural America.

This is an opportunity to talk about what is happening in our communities, why our young people leave and also return, what we hope for the future, and how we’re making a difference.

Share your story. Why do you live in rural?  Why did you return? Why is your community important?  What’s the ONE thing you want a national audience to know about your rural America?

Let’s fill up those airwaves!

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CREATIVEGROUND IS NOW LIVE! Submit Your Profile and enter to win a Nexus 10 Tablet!

Friday, December 6th, 2013

Welcome to CreativeGround, New England’s only regional directory spotlighting the rich range of creative people and places at work in the six New England states. This online directory includes profiles for cultural nonprofits like libraries and theaters, creative businesses like recording studios and design agencies, and artists of all disciplines such as performing arts, visual arts, and crafts. Anyone can search CreativeGround, but only New England-based artists, cultural nonprofits, and creative enterprises can have a CreativeGround profile in the
directory
.

ENTER TO WIN A NEXUS 10 TABLET!
To celebrate the launch of CreativeGround, we’re giving away a 32GB Nexus 10 tablet to one of the first 100 users to complete a profile. Click here for contest details!
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Arts Writers Grant Program Announces 2013 Grants

Friday, December 6th, 2013

The Creative Capital | Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant Program is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2013 grants. Designed to support writing about contemporary art, as well as to create a broader audience for arts writing, the program aims to strengthen the field as a whole and to ensure that critical writing remains a valued mode of engaging the visual arts.

In its 2013 cycle, the Arts Writers Grant Program has awarded a total of $619,000 to twenty writers. Ranging from $10,000 to $50,000 in four categories—articles, blogs, books and short-form writing—these grants support projects addressing both general and specialized art audiences, from scholarly studies to self-published blogs.

Articles
Melissa Messina, Mildred Thompson: Making the Invisible Visible (Savannah, GA)
Federico Windhausen, Narcisa Hirsch, the Goethe Group, and Argentine Experimental Cinema During the Dirty War (Oakland, CA)

Blogs
Sharon Butler, Two Coats of Paint (New York, NY)
Ed Fuentes, Paint This Desert (Las Vegas, NV)
Andrew Horwitz, Art Criticism for the Post-Material World (Brooklyn, NY)

Books
Monica Amor, Gego: Weaving the Space In Between (Philadelphia, PA)
Jennifer Bajorek, How to Write a Visual History of Liberation: Photography and Decolonial Imagination in Africa (Brooklyn, NY)
George Baker, Lateness and Longing: On the Afterlife of Photography (Los Angeles, CA)
Claudia Calirman, A Study from the Margins: Female Practices in Brazil and Chile (New York, NY)
Kellie Jones, Art is an Excuse: Conceptual Strategies 1968-1983 (Brooklyn, NY)
Saloni Mathur, A Fragile Inheritance: Radical Stakes in Contemporary Indian Art (Los Angeles, CA)
Lizabeth Paravisini-Gebert, Troubled Waters: Ecology and History in 21st-Century Caribbean Art (Poughkeepsie, NY)
Krista Thompson, The Visual Economy of Light in African Diasporic Aesthetic Practice (Evanston, IL)

Short-Form Writing
Andrew Berardini (Los Angeles, CA)
Robert Berlind (New York, NY)
Travis Diehl (Los Angeles, CA)
Travis Jeppesen (Berlin, Germany)
Jennifer Kabat (Margaretville, NY)
Kate Sutton (Nashville, TN)
Kaelen Wilson-Goldie (Beirut, Lebanon)

Art Writing Workshop
The Creative Capital | Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant
Program is pleased to continue its partnership with the International Art
Critics Association/USA Section, to give practicing writers the opportunity to
strengthen their work through one-on-one consultations with leading art critics.
For a list of 2013 Art Writing Workshop recipients, click here.

For regular updates on events and publications
by Arts Writers grantees, follow us on Twitter.

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2014 Createquity Fellowships

Friday, December 6th, 2013

Applications are open for the Spring 2014 Createquity Fellowship!

 

Posted:
01 Dec 2013 06:20 PM PST

 

Are you interested in joining the national conversation on arts policy?
Looking for a free, structured setting to hone your writing chops while sharing
your ideas with a large and highly engaged audience? Want to spend a few months
working alongside the Createquity editorial team while positioning yourself for
fabulous professional opportunities? The Createquity
Fellowship
, now entering its fourth year, is an intensive semester-long
program in which participants produce a series of articles on various topics
while getting experience editing and being edited. Previous Fellows have found
that their work during the Fellowship has improved their communication skills,
won attention from others in the arts community, and attracted offers to speak
or write in other venues. Plus, correlation vs. causation notwithstanding, it’s
worth noting that more than 80% of the participants in the first three
Fellowship rounds have received new job opportunities or significant promotions
within two years of becoming Createquity Fellows. Just for the record.
We are now accepting applications for the Spring 2014 Fellowship
cycle! Please review the instructions at this link
carefully and submit your 250-word statement of interest by Friday,
December 20, 2013
. We look forward to reading your submissions!

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RHODE ISLAND STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTS Public Art Call

Friday, December 6th, 2013

 

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS

PAUL W. CROWLEY MET CENTER, EAST BAY CAMPUS
NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND
BUDGET: $60,000
APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 15, 2014

Artwork for the Paul W. Crowley Met Center, East Bay Campus, Newport, Rhode Island will be commissioned by the Rhode Island State Council On the Arts, (RISCA), through Rhode Island’s Public Art Law, which mandates that 1% of all state capital construction and renovation funds be allocated to the purchase and maintenance of public art.  Through this program the State recognizes that “public art creates a more humane environment: one of distinction, enjoyment, and pride for all citizens.”

About The Institution

Construction of the Paul W. Crowley Met Center East Bay Campus building began on April 6, 2013. The following is paraphrased from the school website:
Named after the late State Representative Paul W. Crowley, the Met’s East Bay Campus is committed to continuing his legacy of demanding excellence in public education and supporting the growth of the Newport County community.
Representative Crowley was seen as a visionary and in that spirit this campus will maximize renewable energy sources available on site and minimize energy consumption with an airtight, well-insulated exterior envelope. The building is expected to take advantage of the site’s access to solar, wind, and geothermal energies.
The staff and students of the Paul W. Crowley East Bay Met Campus are committed to the efficient use of the facility and to exploring innovative ways of using the building to teach and learn about sustainability, green technologies, and the environment.
RIDE’s School Construction Program pursued a design-build approach and provides a model for school construction across the State and the region. A ribbon cutting is planned for January 2014.
Click here for more information on the Met Center: http://metcenter.org/.
About The Physical Plant
• The Met Center is designed to maximize educational excellence, (quiet systems, folding partitions, airlocks that conserve heat), and to be as environmentally friendly as possible. In conjunction with the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE), on behalf of the State of Rhode Island, the Met is building the first net zero State facility: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zero-energy_building.
• Forward thinking design elements include a rubber seal around the building that keeps heat and cool air inside depending on the season, passive solar space, and geothermal walls underground.
• The exterior terraces are designed to maintain solar heat so that students can study and play outside longer. This is not a “cells and bells” type school. Every level has a connection to the sun and the outdoors.
• The views of Narragansett Bay are among the best in Rhode Island. At night, the building can be seen from land and sea.
• Student designed wallpaper will be installed in the front vestibule on all three levels of the building.

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Dream Quest One Poetry & Writing Contest

Friday, December 6th, 2013

The Dream Quest One Poetry & Writing Contest is open to anyone who enjoys expressing innermost thoughts and feelings into the beautiful literary art of poetry or writing a story that is worth telling everyone! And welcome to all having the ability to dream… Write a poem or short story for a chance to win cash prizes. All works must be original. http://www.dreamquestone.com

Guidelines:

Write a poem, thirty lines or fewer on any subject, style, or form, typed or neatly hand printed.

And/or write a short story, five pages maximum length, on any subject or theme, fiction or non-fiction (including essay compositions, diary, journal entries and screenwriting). Also, all entries must be typed or legibly hand printed.

Multiple and simultaneous poetry and short story entries are accepted.

Postmark deadline: January 16, 2014

All winners will be announced on February 28, 2014

Prizes:

Writing First Prize is $500. Second: $250. Third: $100.

Poetry First Prize is $250. Second: $125. Third: $50.

Entry fees: $10 per story, $5 per poem

To send entries: Include title(s) with your story (ies) or poem(s), along with your name, address, phone#, email, brief biographical info. (Tell us a little about yourself), on the coversheet. Add a self-addressed stamped envelope for entry confirmation. Fees payable to: “DREAMQUESTONE.COM”

Mail to:

Dream Quest One

Poetry & Writing Contest

P.O. Box 3141

Chicago, IL 60654

Visit http://www.dreamquestone.com for details on how to enter!

 

 

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Letters of Inquiry for awards in Moving Image and Visual Arts

Friday, December 6th, 2013

Save the Date! On February 3, Creative Capital will begin accepting online Letters of Inquiry for awards in Moving Image and Visual Arts. The Inquiry Form will be open until February 28 at 4:00pm EST.

Creative Capital seeks to support work that is artistically rigorous, articulates an original vision, takes risks and has the potential for great impact. Visit creative-capital.org/apply to read the award guidelines and learn more about the application process, or attend an in-person or online information session.
To be eligible to apply, an artist must be:

A U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident
At least 25 years old
A working artist with at least five years of professional experience
Not a full-time student
Creative Capital is an impact-driven arts organization that supports adventurous artists across the country through funding, counsel and career development services. Using a pioneering approach inspired by venture-capital principles, Creative Capital surrounds artists with the resources they need to realize their visions and build sustainable practices. Since 1999, Creative Capital has committed $29 million in financial and advisory support to 419 projects representing 529 artists, and its Professional Development Program has reached 6,500 artists in more than 275 communities. Questions? Visit creative-capital.org/apply or email awards@creative-capital.org.

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Southern Exposure Grants

Thursday, December 5th, 2013

 


National Funding
Opportunity!

Reminder:
Upcoming
Webinars
Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation is offering
informational webinars for organizations interested in applying to its Southern
Exposure: Performing Arts of Latin America program, which brings exemplary
contemporary and traditional dance, music and theater artists from Latin America
to communities throughout the United States.  The program supports tours
developed collaboratively by presenter consortia that include public
performances and opportunities for significant engagement with the visiting
artists.
The webinars will cover program eligibility
criteria, project requirements, and the online application, as well as provide
an opportunity to answer your questions.
Register
now for a session by clicking a date below:
 
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at
2:00pm EDT

Tuesday, January 21, 2014
2:00pm EDT

 

Once registered you will receive an email confirming your
registration with information you need to join the
Webinar.
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Required: Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
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Required: Mac OS® X 10.5 or
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CENTRAL PRODUCTIONS seeks a part-time Program Manager

Wednesday, December 4th, 2013

CENTRAL PRODUCTIONS seeks a
part-time Program Manager with a strong commitment to our organization’s
mission, vision and goals of building a thriving local filmmaking community in
the Greater Boston area.
 
Reporting directly to the
Central Productions Board of Directors, the Program Manager oversees all aspects
of the organization, including: communication, outreach, fundraising and
scheduling. This is a brand new position in the organization, with plenty of
room for the new Program Manager to tailor the position to their own skill set
and interests. This position will involve researching the Greater Boston
filmmaking community and its needs while helping the Central Productions Board
of Directors identify educational and professional development opportunities for
filmmakers.
 

About Central
Productions
Central Productions is a
non profit support organization for local filmmakers. Central Production
advances the emerging Greater Boston film community by providing support to
local filmmakers who have chosen to work outside the ‘system’ through community
building, education, production support, and fiscal sponsorship. Central
Productions has supported and sponsored internationally renowned filmmakers such
as Andrew Bujalski, John Gianvito, Garth Donovan, Shandor Garrison Ted Cormey,
and many more!
 
Central Productions hosts
the annual Boston Cinema Census (BCC). Now in its 12th year, the BCC is annual
survey of the best films and filmmakers practicing the craft in the greater
Boston area. The BCC is hosted at the historic Brattle Theater in Cambridge,
MA.
 
For more information, visit
Central Productions’ website at http://www.centralproductions.org
 
Primary
Responsibilities

  • Establish and develop
    relationships with local filmmakers and filmmaking institutions.
  • Coordinate fundraising
    events, screenings and member networking parties.
  • Manage Central Production’s
    online and print materials.
  • Promote the Boston Cinema
    Census through social media.
  • Attend semi-monthly Central
    Productions Board meetings.
  • Recruit and supervise
    volunteers and interns.
  • All other duties assigned
    by the Central Productions Board of Directors.

 
Qualifications

  • Bachelors Degree
    required.
  • A minimum of 5 years of
    work experience.
  • Interest and/or experience
    in non-profit management and/or arts administration
  • Excellent written and
    verbal communication skills (i.e. networking, social media, etc.)
  • A film production
    background is not required, though strong candidates should demonstrate a
    genuine interest in cinema and the future of
    filmmaking.

Hours and Salary
This is a part time
position, estimated at 8-10 hours a week. $8,000 – $10,00 range.
 
To Apply
Send a cover letter and
resume to Shaun Clarke: shaun@centralproductions.org. No phone calls please.
The search is active until the position is filled, with preference given to
applications received by December 20th, 2013.

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Creative Capital Webinars

Wednesday, December 4th, 2013

Creative Capital Professional Development Program Online Learning
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We’re delighted to announce
our upcoming webinars for artists working in all disciplines. Highlights this
month include topics covering social media, crowdsourced fundraising through
Kickstarter, and effective community outreach for socially-engaged projects.
We’ll end the year with an in-depth interview with visual artist Sharon Louden
about her practice and her new book, Living and Sustaining a Creative Life:
Essays by 40 Working Artists
. Please join us!

Social Media: How to Be Everywhere All the Time, with Eve
Mosher

Monday, December 9, 7:00-8:30pm
EST

More Information >>
Register Now >>

Kickstarter School, with Stephanie
Pereira

Thursday, December 12, 7:00-8:30pm
EST

More Information >>
Register Now >>

Artist-Community Engagement, with Stephanie Bleyer

Monday, December 16, 7:00-8:30pm EST
More Information >>
Register Now >>

Visual Arts Round Table, with Sharon Louden & Matthew
Deleget

Thursday, December 19, 7:00-8:30pm
EST

More Information >>
Register Now >>

Webinars are $25
each.
All webinars are interactive and allow time for participants to ask
questions.
To participate, all you need is access to a computer with speakers
and an Internet connection (hard-wired preferred). There is no special software
needed.

Interested but can’t attend? All registered
participants will receive access to a recording of that
webinar.

Visit PDP’s Online Calendar for a complete list of upcoming webinars
and dates.

Questions?
Learn more
about our Online Learning Program on our website, or email Matthew Deleget at matthew@creative-capital.org.

We look forward to seeing
you online soon!

Alyson Pou, Director, Professional Development
Program
Matthew Deleget, Online Learning Consultant


About Creative
Capital and PDP

Creative Capital supports innovative and adventurous
artists across the country through funding, counsel and career development
services. Since 1999, Creative Capital has committed $29 million in financial
and advisory support to 419 projects representing 529 artists. Our Professional
Development Program (PDP), which grew out of our work with grantees, has now
reached over 6,500 additional artists in more than 275 communities through
in-person workshops and live webinars. The Professional Development Program is
supported by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Kresge Foundation,
Bloomberg Philanthropies, Herradura, John S. & James L. Knight Foundation,
National Endowment for the Arts, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the Joan
Mitchell Foundation.


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