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Jamestown Arts Center seeks Marketing Manager

Friday, April 29th, 2016

The Jamestown Arts Center seeks an organized, highly self-motivated, creative, and tech savvy Marketing Manager who has an eye for graphic design and excellent written and oral communications skills. The ideal candidate will work on both day-to-day operations as well as maintain our overall visual branding identity. The JAC is a small, dynamic organization and staff wear many hats. This is a full time, permanent position.


The Jamestown Arts Center is a multi-disciplinary visual and performing arts space that hosts art exhibits, performing arts events and film screenings, and provides art and design educational programs for people of all ages. Our mission is to engage, enrich and inspire our community through extraordinary arts and educational experiences.



The Marketing Manager is expected to:

  • Design all print and web marketing pieces, utilizing the JAC’s style guide and templates
  • Update web site and communicate with web designer
  • Create all email blasts using MailChimp
  • Maintain positive relationships and develop new ones with local, state, regional and national press contacts
  • Maintain overall press schedule and write & disseminate press releases to the JAC list
  • Update social media outlets
  • Ensure sponsors and business partners receive acknowledgement where appropriate
  • Regularly update the JAC’s website with news, educational programming, events, and exhibits
  • Organize and update the JAC photo library
  • Work well within a team and alone
  • Be involved with events on behalf of the organization (some evening and weekend hours required)
  • Distribute flyers and posters
  • Bring creative ideas to the JAC marketing plan

The Marketing Manager should have:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Graphic Design or experience in a marketing/communication role or similar for 3+ years
  • Ability to thrive in a self-directed, fast-paced environment
  • Ability to use Adobe Creative Suite software to create print and web marketing collateral
  • Ability to use WordPress to update JAC website
  • Digital photography skills (this is not a requirement, but a plus)
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • This job requires positive interaction with staff, board members and the public


Total Compensation: $40,000 annually



Please send cover letter, resume and references to jamestownartscenter@gmail.com


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Workshop on Access – Physical and Programmatic – at Providence Children’s Museum

Thursday, April 28th, 2016

Cultural Access New England (CANE)

invites you to:

“ACCESS: Steps Forward to Inclusion”

How do we look at our institutions and the barriers that prevent full inclusion? Is meeting ADA compliance satisfactory? Do you think people with disabilities don’t attend your programs? Is it always about money?

Addressing policy and the need for institutional buy-in, Cultural Access New England (CANE) will facilitate a lively discussion for cultural organizations wanting to go beyond regulatory requirements and broaden community outreach, develop strategic plans, and create inclusive environments.  Information regarding regulations and resources will be present in a workshop designed to support the Executive Director AND the Volunteer.






Monday, May 16, 2016

1 PM – 3 PM

Providence Children’s Museum

100 South Street, Providence, RI 02903

(401) 273-5437


Directions and Parking Information

Food and drink are allowed in the meeting space, so feel free to bring your lunch or pick something up across the street at Rue Bis. Rue Bis Menu Link


  • Charles Baldwin, Program Officer, UP Inclusive Design Initiative, Massachusetts Cultural Council
  • Saki Iwamoto, Health and Wellness Educator, Boston Children’s Museum
  • Nora Nagle, ADA and 504 Accessibility Coordinator, Museum of Science

To request American Sign Language or other accommodations please contact Saki Iwamoto when registering and before May 9, 2016.

CANE is an all-volunteer organization.  There is a $10 charge to help defray the cost of providing materials and reasonable accommodations.

Register via Eventbrite

For more information about CANE, visit www.ca-ne.org or visit us on Facebook: CANE Facebook Page

To join the CANE Google discussion group, contact: nnagle@mos.org

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Call For Art: Mind, Body, & Soul…Entry Deadline: Wednesday, May 4 @ 4pm

Thursday, April 28th, 2016


“Peri” by Daniel Koterbay  (2015 Human Canvas Exhibit)

WMOA is seeking artworks that explore and/or depict the mind, body, and soul singularly or together. Consider spirituality, physicality, healing and meditative arts, and/or reflection on what brings you inner peace. Due to WMOA being a shared space for children’s camps, classes, comedy nights, and rental events we are unable to showcase works expressing full nudity. Modest figurative works can be reviewed. Submitted artworks may fall into a wide range of genres, including painting, drawing, sculpture, installation and photography. This exhibit runs from May 18 – July 1. All pieces exhibited at WMOA will be for sale.



Shari Weschler Rufeck, Painter, Art in Mind Studio, Gallery Curator for Coastal Living Gallery. To learn more about the juror, visit her website at http://www.artinmind.org.

Education: Maryland Institute College of Art, BFA 1992

Major: Painting, Minor: Art History
Salve Regina University – Creative & Expressive Arts Facilitation – 2010


Exhibit Run: Wednesday,May 18 – Friday, July 1, 2016


Entry Deadline: Wednesday, May 4th @ 4pm.


Entry Fee:

$15 for 1 Entry, $40 for up to 3 Entries (2 or 3). Current WMOA Members and Students with valid I.D. can deduct $5 from these fees.


How to Submit


Email JPEGS of your submissions with the required “Artwork Submission Form” to Museum Manager Taylor Terreri

at Taylor@warwickmuseum.org with the subject “Mind, Body, & Soul.


Official “Call For Artwork” and required “Artwork Submission Form”


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Pettaquamscutt Historical Society/South County History Center Seeks Assistant Director

Thursday, April 28th, 2016

Location: Kingston, RI
Start Date:
Part Time

Job Description
The Assistant Director will work closely with the Executive Director to manage day-to-day operations of the Society, complete projects based on the organization’s goals, and foster an appreciation of history in a welcoming environment. This is year-round, part-time position (20 hours maximum per week) including daytime hours on Thursday and Saturday. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to gain experience in many areas of museum administration while also being an important member of our dynamic organization, which is relaunching in May 2016 as the South County History Center. Major Duties: Manage and grow a comprehensive intern, volunteer, and docent and program; plan and execute engaging programs and events; support collections inventory projects and exhibition development; responsible for retail operations at the Old Washington County Jail, give tours and staff programs and events as necessary. Some evening hours may be required for special events. Work is per

formed in a historic building, and physical requirements include repeated climbing up/down stairs. Requirements: Passion for local history; minimum of two years of experience in a museum or comparable institution as an employee or volunteer; knowledge of the principles and practices of collections management; ability to successfully manage work and time of multiple interns and volunteers. Competitive hourly pay rate.

How to Apply
Please submit letter describing your interest and related skills and experience, a résumé, and list of references to Executive Director, at washingtoncountyhistory@gmail.com. No walk-ins or phone calls accepted. EOE

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The Learning Community Seeks Elementary Visual Arts VISTA

Thursday, April 28th, 2016

Location: Central Falls
Start Date: August 2016
Full Time

Job Description
The Learning Community is hiring a full-time AmeriCorps*VISTA member.  The Learning Community is a vibrant public school serving Central Falls, Providence and Pawtucket, Rhode Island. The Learning Community is a K-8 school serving over 550 students directly and hundreds of other teachers and students in schools where we work as professional development partners.  At The Learning Community, we believe that literacy empowers each individual to have a voice, assume community responsibility and take social action. We expect leadership at every level. We grow teacher leaders, student leaders and community leaders.

The K-5 Visual and Community Arts VISTA will serve our students by creating comprehensive Visual Arts integration for students K-5. These strategies will include both teacher-led programming and include partnering with community-based organizations to provide meaningful and rich educational experiences. This VISTA will inventory all current Learning Community art programming offered K-5 and make recommendations for teachers based on research and grade level standards. They will also create a database of community-based art programming for school-aged children. Programming can be provided during or after the school day.

DEADLINE:  Apply by June 2016
FINANCIAL AWARD: VISTAs receive a living stipend, health insurance and have a choice between a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award or cash stipend upon completion of term
TRAINING: VISTAs receive intensive ongoing professional development from direct supervisors in the school
SERVICE TERM:  August 2016 – August 2017
DETAILS: www.thelearningcommunity.com/americorps

•       excellent academic track record including college degree (education courses preferred, not required)
•       strong interest in public education, schools and out-of-school-time learning
•       demonstrated ability to build relationships with students
•       ability to work with community partners
•       experience researching and implementing ideas
•       strong interest in social / emotional student growth and role of non-instructional time in the school day
•       strong desire to learn and grow as a professional
•       experience working with children and families
•       demonstrated leadership ability
•       excellent oral, written and organizational skills
•       flexible, curious and goal‐oriented personality
•       sense of humor
•       Spanish language skills a plus

How to Apply
Please send a cover letter and resume to:
or to:  AMERICORPS VISTA Program
The Learning Community
21 Lincoln Avenue, Central Falls, RI 02863

No phone calls. The Learning Community is AA/EOE. All interviews are conducted in accessible locations.

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AS220 Seeks Bartender

Thursday, April 28th, 2016

Location: 115 Empire St
Salary: $9.60/hr + tips
Start Date: ASAP
Part Time

Job Description
The Bar @ AS220: Bartender (Part Time)

All staff members of The Bar at AS220 are expected to positively represent not only the bar, but AS220 as a whole, while on and off the clock.  As such, while at work, and coinciding with the upholding of an exceptional level of customer service, all staff are expected to politely and courteously greet, engage, assist, serve, and thank all patrons, performers, fellow staff members, participants of any of AS220’s programming, residents, etc.

Part-Time Bartenders are responsible for the nightly running of The Bar at AS220 in accordance with our mission, values, policies and practice.  The bartender is a critical piece in our outreach strategies. They are expected to provide excellent customer service and play a role in creating a unique space that celebrates food and drink as art and as a building block of community.

Specific responsibilities include

Prep bar completely and on time
Serve customers in a friendly, helpful, and timely manner, utilizing other staff members and/or resources to reduce customer wait time
Utilize product knowledge and training to educate, inform, and sell to customers
Wash glassware and utensils after each use
Pour wine and beer, mix cocktails in accordance with drink recipes
Accurately collect payment, operate cash register, and prepare nightly sales settlements and cash drops
Maintain TIPS certification (or equivalent)
Enforce identification requirements for legal age restrictions on the purchase of alcohol
Determine if/when a customer is too intoxicated and take all legal measures to control the situation
Maintain a clean, efficient customer environment and workspace throughout the shift
Make note of low or out-of-stock inventory and/ or supplies and communicate accordingly to management
Close bar and break down in accordance with mandated policies and procedures

How to Apply

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Monday, April 25th, 2016


Juror: Leah Niederstadt, Professor of Museum Studies, Art History and Curator of Permanent Collections at Wheaton College

Concept: Food production, land use, and the building of community are interconnected themes. What is the relationship between the local food movement, farming and how we look at issues such as agribusiness, GMOs, and man-made chemicals? How has the preservation of land and natural resources become vital? The various local food movements found across the country have helped build their communities and created new economies.This national juried exhibition seeks to explore the potential of artists within this dialogue. What do artists have to say about localism, how are they responding to these issues in their work, and what can contemporary art add to this discussion?Application Deadline: Friday, August 12th, 2016.Exhibition Dates: Saturday, October 15th– Saturday November 12th, 2016

Entry Fee: Each artist may submit 3 entries for $30. Judging will be done from digital files. Fees are non-refundable.

Eligibility: Open to works of any medium exploring the concept of gender. 3D limited to 100 lbs and must fit through a 5’10” x6’8” door. 2D must fit through said door.

Guidelines: Work should be submitted either electronically via email to info@heragallery.org with “Pastoral to Political” in the subject line or mailed out on a CD or USB thumb drive.Files should contain jpeg images of work;an image list that contains artist name,address, phone numbers, email, title of work, year completed, medium, dimension(h x w x d) and price.

Adrien Mercier
Gallery Director

Hera Gallery, Hera Educational Foundation
PO Box 336
Wakefield, RI 02880-0336

info@heragallery.org, adrien@heragallery.org

Hours: Wed-Fri (1-5), Sat (10-4)


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Providence ¡CityArts! for Youth Seeks Summer AmeriCorps Teaching Artist

Friday, April 22nd, 2016

Location: 891 Broad Street
Start Date: June 20th, 2016

Job Description
Providence ¡CityArts! for Youth is seeking 11 minimum time AmeriCorps members to commit 300 hours of service during the summer of 2016.  The team will teach four weeks of summer programming to Providence youth, ages 8-14, at our South Side studios on Broad Street.  Programming will focus on STEAM and Design Thinking processes to boost engagement in learning and combat summer learning loss.  Youth will work collaboratively with their peers and teaching artists to gain skills in inquiry, leadership, presentation and creative problem solving.   The AmeriCorps Turnaround Teaching Artist Project offers members an opportunity to not only strengthen their curriculum development and classroom management skills, but also deepen problem solving and leadership abilities. Intensive skill development training plus weekly feedback and reflection sessions will support the member’s professional growth. Members volunteer full-time from June 20th to August 11th, 2016, to complete 300 hours
of service, and receive a $1,200 education award at completion of service.

How to Apply
Email Resume to:
Vanessa DeNino
AmeriCorps Program Director

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Friday, April 22nd, 2016



Six Wednesday evenings, April 20 through May 25

6:00 to 7:00 PM, $125



Six Wednesday evenings, April 20 through May 25

7:00 to 8:00 PM, $125



Sunday June 5, 2:00 PM

Rehearsal Wednesday June 1 6:30 PM, Saturday June 4 TBA



Mariner Square

140 Point Judith Road

Narragansett, Rhode Island 02882


Registration required:

call The Studio at (401) 789-3029

email The Studio at thestudioct@cox.net




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Van Alen Institute: Call for Entries – Memorials for the Future

Thursday, April 21st, 2016


The National Park Service and National Capital Planning Commission, in collaboration with Van Alen Institute, are hosting Memorials for the Future, a competition to reimagine the way we think about, experience, and create memorials. Memorials for the Future will propose new alternatives to Washington, DC’s traditional approach to permanent commemoration, creating fresh ideas for honoring our diverse histories, heritage, and culture, as the National Park Service celebrates its centennial this year.


Three teams will receive a $15,000 stipend to participate in a research and design process to re-envision the way we create memorials. Submissions from multidisciplinary teams, including designers and social scientists to installation artists and historians, are encouraged! Requests for Concepts are due May 4, preregistration is encouraged.


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Atalaia Performing Arts – Creative Residences on Performing Arts

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

ATALAIA, together with the Ourique City Council, Almodôvar City Council, the Regional Direction of Alentejo’s Culture, the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon and the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of the University of Algarve, call for periods of creation residences.


Atalaia Performing Arts comprises a creative residences program culminating with the implementation of a performing arts festival gathering together, in Alentejo (Portugal), a set of national and international artists and creators.


We intend the creation residences to be both convivial and exchange spaces of knowledge and ideas with other cultural operators and communities, as component factors of artistic actuality.


Creators of any art areas are welcome to apply (dance, theatre, performance, music, plastic arts, multimedia and new circus) once they were born before 1998 and that, regardless of their academic formation, and through presented documentation, they show having a past or an artistic exploitation project in the field of the performing arts.


We consider performing arts field all artistic fields of performing frame, regardless of the used means. Up to the Organization defining the local of the residence where each project will take place. Nevertheless, it will be accepted propositions foreseeing as residence place other within the previously defined residence place in the program.




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Call out to Visual Artists for the 2016 Cabo Verdean Morabeza: Dialogues in the Diaspora Exhibit

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA)
Presents1st Annual State Cape Verdean Art Exhibit
Cape Verdean Morabeza : Dialogues in the Diaspora

Monday, June13th –July 29th

Drop off:  Friday, June 10th

Pickup:  Thursday, July 28th

Reception:  Friday, July 8, 2016 from 6-8:30pm

Location:  William E. Powers Administration Building,

One Capitol Hill, Providence, RI 02908

Call for Visual Artists
Do you know any Cabo Verdean Visual Artists?

We want to showcase their artwork

We are pleased to announce the 2016 Cabo Verdean Morabeza: Dialogues in the Diaspora Exhibit.

The Atrium Gallery was developed to exhibit the work of public artists in the State
Capitol Hill  Complex. It hosts exhibits on a rotating basis, in partnership with community artists and
arts organizations from across the state. The Atrium showcases artwork from a
variety of groups from diverse communities, celebrating the art and the culture of these communities.

In 2016, we are pleased to showcase the talent of
the Cabo Verdean visual artists at the Atrium Gallery @ One Capitol Hill.

These exhibits and receptions have become an important and anticipated event fot
everyone, as they provide a wonderful venue for a greater appreciation of the artistic
talent from various communities.

If you are interested in being part of the exhibit please send images to diversityartexhibit@gmail.com.
Questions contact Elena.Patino@arts.ri.gov





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Announcing the Search for Craft’s Rising Stars

Tuesday, April 19th, 2016

American Craft Week is searching for thirty exceptional craftspeople under the age of thirty. We are looking for young artists who are making excellent craft, and exhibiting, selling, and developing a noteworthy body of work. While our winners may be students or have diverse occupations, we expect their craft to be a major focus in their lives.


American Craft Week will honor the winners on a special Rising Star website which will be online from mid-August 2016 until January 2017 when it will be archived. A photograph of each winner will be accompanied by his/her artist statement, several examples of their work, and contact information so interested media and buyers can reach them. Additionally, the exhibit will be featured in the October 2016 issue of Handmade Business, which will debut in mid-August, and in the online ezine, American Roads & Global Highways, will cover the story in the October-December quarterly issue.


American Craft Week will publicize the winners with professional media releases to their hometown newspapers and through social media. Each winner will be presented a handsome certificate suitable for framing. We encourage them to use the winning designation, a 2016 Rising Star, as a great resume addition!


All nominations must be submitted by May 15, 2016. Self-nominations are allowed. Nominations must be made on the official Rising Star Nomination Form. It will remain on the ACW website, americancraftweek.com, until May 15. There is no application fee, but applications must be accompanied by three, high quality, electronic images of the nominee’s craft. Winners will be selected by the National American Craft Week Committee and announced in mid-August.


We encourage you to share this image on Facebook and other social media sites, to let your friends and followers know that we are accepting nominations.


If you know a talented young craft artist, help to put them into our national spotlight. Nominate them today as one of craft’s Rising Stars!








American Craft Week | info@craftonline.org | http://www.CRAFTonline.org
11238 Home Place Lane

Charlotte, NC  28227


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Riverzedge Arts DesignWorks Studio Director

Tuesday, April 19th, 2016

Location: Woonsocket
Salary: $20 per hour to start
Start Date: July 2016
Part Time

Job Description
Overview: This position is responsible for overseeing web, graphic design and app development in the Graphic Design Studio of an award winning creative youth development program in Northern Rhode Island.
The studio runs much like a small business, and the teen artists are your creative and production staff.

Hours: This is a permanent half-time hourly position with potential for expansion. M-Th afternoons required.

Skills and Qualifications: JavaScript, JQuery, HTML, HTML5, CSS, CSS3, web programming skills, e-commerce, teamwork, verbal and written communication, cross-browser compatibility, web user interface design (UI), object-oriented design, web services (REST/SOAP), multimedia content development, API’s, and a strong portfolio.

About You: Our ideal candidate is a positive, creative and entrepreneurial problem solver who likes making big things happen in small communities. You have a thorough knowledge of the above, and previous management experience in a commercial setting, including working with designers and clients. You are an adept leader who likes working with urban teens. You are deadline oriented, an excellent communicator, and a patient and effective teacher. You believe in the youth driven design process that is the foundation of all we do, and while you might not have all that we are looking for in the technical arena, you are a fast learner and excited about what we are trying to accomplish.

You are also a team player who is flexible, able to multi-task, work under deadlines, empower teens, and generate and execute multiple projects at the same time of various sizes and scope. You are an effective team lead too, who has the abilities to work independently, accept supervision and support ideas and initiatives from other staff.

About Riverzedge: Launched in 2002, Riverzedge is built on the philosophy that art is a powerful force for social change. We help individuals and communities reach their full potential through art, design and creative entrepreneurship. Nationally award winning youth programs provide academic enrichment, jobs training, 21st Century skills building, and alternative routes to diploma attainment to teens, and high end experiential arts learning to K-12 students throughout the state. Community arts and economic development initiatives convene artists, improve places and provide a platform for people of all ages to explore and express their intelligences and creative abilities through meaningful civic engagement, education, and employment.

How to Apply
How to Apply:  Please email cover letter, resume, and up to 5 work sample links to bekah@riverzedgearts.org

Riverzedge Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer and recognizes the importance of diversity within its workforce and recruitment. Riverzedge makes all decisions which affect terms of employment without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, political belief or affiliation, religious belief, sexual orientation, military status, disability or any other protected characteristic.

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The Manton Avenue Project Seeks Operations and Development Assistant

Monday, April 18th, 2016

Location: Providence
Salary: $15/hr
Start Date: immediately
Part Time

Job Description
The Manton Avenue Project is seeking an OPERATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT (part-time). Position opening immediately.

Duties include:

-Maintaining and ordering supplies
-Answering the phone and checking voicemail
-Responding to general inquiries about MAP

-handling our books through Quickbooks and Salesforce
-paying bills, checking mail, making deposits
-running financial reports for board meetings.
-handling space rentals, food and supply orders with outside vendors.
-handling insurance contracts.
-preparing annual 990 taxes with board treasurer.

-assisting in editing press releases, and sending press releases to media outlets and posting events on-line calendars.
-managing our Constant Contact listserv and mailings
-managing our website/blog
-managing the design and printing of rack cards and posters for play festivals.
-assisting in posting rackcards/posters at locations across the city.

-managing donor thank you letters
-managing donor information through salesforce
-seeking out new in-kind donors for food, printing, and operations expenses
-seeking out new sponsors for our productions and special events
-seeking out interested parties for playbill ads for our season & gala.
-assisting in grant writing and grants management

Programming/Play Festivals:
-assisting in creating/designing playbills
-handling printing for all playbills
-assisting with summer trip preparations, including contracts and van rental.

15 hours per week at $15/hour, with the possibility for expansion into full-time in the future. Contingent upon funding. Reports to the Executive Artistic Director.

Preferred qualifications: 3-years administrative experience. Experience with Quickbooks and Salesforce. Experience with grantwriting and development. Spanish language proficiency. Passion for empowering young voices. Positive outlook and enthusiasm. Organized, efficient, and motivated.

How to Apply
Please send cover letter, resume, and three references to Meg Sullivan, at meg@mantonavenueproject.org.

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Call for Applicants: Fall Session 2016

Monday, April 18th, 2016
Turkey Land Cove Foundation

Application Deadline: May 1, 2016


Turkey Land Cove Foundation (TLCF) offers personal, individual working residencies for motivated women to pursue their professional, educational, or artistic goals away from the distractions of daily life. TLCF provides a quiet space for a woman to progress towards a defined goal, complete a project, and develop tools to propel her life in a new direction. The successful candidate will have a clearly defined goal and a plan to reach that goal.


We are looking for women with strong leadership qualities and who are ambitious, motivated and determined. Our one-week to three-week residencies provide room and board and cover reasonable transportation expenses. Small stipends to cover childcare/eldercare due to the applicant’s absence and/or project-related materials will also be considered.



To be considered for a residency, we must be in receipt of your completed application by midnight on May 1, 2016. This inculdes:

  • online application form
  • resume/CV
  • three written references


For more information, please visit www.turkeylandcovefoundation.org.


Fall 2016 Session Dates: September 15, 2016 – February 1, 2017

Deadline for submission of online application and supporting materials is May 1, 2016.


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latin dance teacher needed in Westerly

Friday, April 15th, 2016

I need to find a dance teacher who can teach Latin Dances usually done in social setting:

salsa, merengue, or cumbia,( or other suggestions) but keeping it appropriate for 8th graders.


On Monday afternoons I have my 2- 8th grade classes back to back, each of them has about 20 students


one class is from 12:30-1:30 the other from 1:30-2:30, each class has their own lesson for an hour that day.  I don’t have a movement space but the way Westerly Middle School is set up, I probably could have access to the “pod” area.  Its a decent size area with 5 classrooms sort of bordering it.  If that didn’t work I was going to try to arrange to use the cafeteria.


It doesn’t have to be a one time experience, I can do a couple of Mondays…


Contact:  Jacklyn Fisher

cell: 401-932-1578

email : jfisher@westerly.k12.ri.us


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The Collaborative Seeks New Artist Members

Thursday, April 14th, 2016

The Collaborative, a new Arts initiative in Warren, RI, is looking for Member Artists to join our group.
Interested Artists can apply through the website:



Learn more about the Collaborative here.

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Call For Art: Mind, Body, & Soul – Entry Deadline: Wednesday, May 4 @ 4pm

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

WMOA is seeking artworks that explore and/or depict the mind, body, and soul singularly or together. Consider spirituality, physicality, healing and meditative arts, and/or reflection on what brings you inner peace. Due to WMOA being a shared space for children’s camps, classes, comedy nights, and rental events we are unable to showcase works expressing full nudity. Modest figurative works can be reviewed. Submitted artworks may fall into a wide range of genres, including painting, drawing, sculpture, installation and photography. This exhibit runs from May 18 – July 1. All pieces exhibited at WMOA will be for sale.


Exhibit Run: Wednesday,May 18 – Friday, July 1, 2016


Entry Deadline:

Wednesday, May 4th @ 4pm.


Entry Fee:

$15 for 1 Entry, $40 for up to 3 Entries (2 or 3). Current WMOA Members and Students with valid I.D. can deduct $5 from these fees.


How to Submit


Email JPEGS of your submissions with the required “Artwork Submission Form” to Museum Manager Taylor Terreri

at Taylor@warwickmuseum.org with the subject “Mind, Body, & Soul.


Official “Call For Artwork” and required “Artwork Submission Form”



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Call For Artists – Juried Show, Outdoor Sculpture Competition

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

Deadline July 1

Piedmont Council for the Arts (PCA) has an opportunity for artists of monumental proportions. National, regional, and local artists alike are invited to submit original sculpture proposals to ArtInPlace for the 2016-17 season. Selected artists will receive a $1,500 stipend to install their sculptures along the roadways of Charlottesville, VA from October 2016 through September 2017. ArtInPlace sculptures are part of a creative placemaking effort to spread arts awareness by providing the community with a wide range of artistic styles, themes, and media. The best proposals will be engaging, unique, and special consideration will be given to submissions promoting Charlottesville’s “A Green City” community initiative.Artist may apply independently or in a collaborative group by submitting a professional resume with examples of past monumental work, contact information, photos of available work, footing requirements and method of installation for the proposed work, and a brief artist statement. Applications should be submitted no later than July 1, 2016 through the PCA  ArtInPlace website, with supplementary materials sent to info@artinplace.org. A two jury process will be conducted throughout the month of July to select 10 finalists. All artists will be notified of a final decision by mid August,and the selected sculptures will be installed in October 2016.

For more information contact info@artinplace.org , call (434) 9712787,or visit artinplace.org.

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