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February 3rd, 2010

Mural Artists and Art Organizations Invited to Contribute Images to National

Digital Collection

An online record of America’s collection of outdoor murals is being assembled, and artists and art organizations are invited to contribute images. Rescue Public Murals is seeking to expand the mural images available for educational use in the “Rescue Public Murals (Heritage Preservation)” collection of the ARTstor Digital Library (www.artstor.org). The images will serve as a valuable record of murals in the United States and place them in the context of other works in the arts, architecture, and humanities.

In 2006, Heritage Preservation launched Rescue Public Murals, an initiative to bring public attention to U.S. murals, document their unique artistic and historic contributions, and secure the expertise and support to save them. While much of the effort is focused on the physical preservation of community murals, it is inevitable that some important murals will not survive. As another means of preserving this distinctive American art form, Rescue Public Murals is collecting photographs and archival documentation related to murals.

To accomplish this goal, Heritage Preservation is collaborating with ARTstor, a nonprofit digital image library with more than a million images that was initiated by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in 2003. ARTstor’s mission is to provide scholars, curators, teachers, and students with access to digital images for noncommercial, educational use. The Digital Library contains images contributed by outstanding museums, libraries, photo archives, scholars, and photographers and serves more than 1,200 nonprofit educational institutions (museums, libraries, universities, and schools) worldwide. The ARTstor Digital Library already provides more than more than 5,000 cataloged mural photographs contributed by Rescue Public Murals co-chair, Dr. Timothy Drescher.

“Outdoor murals are among the most evanescent forms of visual art,” said Lawrence L. Reger, President of Heritage Preservation. “We are pleased to be working with ARTstor to preserve a record of art that might otherwise be lost as buildings and neighborhoods change.”

Artists and art organizations with photographs of significant murals are encouraged to make these images part of this important national collection. Rescue Public Murals staff will facilitate their inclusion in ARTstor by providing cataloging and technical assistance.

Images may be submitted online at www.rescuepublicmurals.org and should be high resolution TIFF or JPEG files at 3000 pixels on one side. Assistance is also available to scan slides. The online submission site includes fields to complete with the identifying information about the mural including artist name, title, date, location, medium, dimensions, photographer, and copyright information. Submissions will be accepted until March 31, 2010. Artists and arts organizations that are considering submissions are invited to contact Kristen Laise at klaise@heritagepreservation.org or 202-233-0824 for further information.Funding for this project comes from the Getty Foundation and National Endowment for the Arts. Rescue Public Murals has also received support from the Booth Heritage Foundation, Friends of Heritage Preservation, and the Wyeth Foundation for American Art.


Kristen Overbeck Laise

Vice President, Collections Care Programs

Heritage Preservation

1012 14th St. NW, Suite 1200

Washington, DC 20005

t: 202-233-0824

f: 202-233-0807



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S.C. Arts Commission announces a vacancy for Executive Director

February 3rd, 2010
The S.C. Arts Commission announces a vacancy for the Executive Director.  The Executive Director is the agency’s chief executive officer, responsible for agency organization and administration, goal achievement, program design, resource development, fiscal accountability and staff supervision.  For more information about the position’s responsibilities, education and skill requirements, as well as procedures on how to apply online, interested applicants may visit the agency’s Web site at http://www.southcarolinaarts.com (the link to the position announcement is located on the right-hand side).  The deadline for application submission is February 15, 2010.  Please feel free to share information about this job opportunity with your constituents.
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February 2nd, 2010

Are you interested in studying in Viterbo, Italy this summer!

Study photography with Darrell Matsumoto


Study Photography, Drawing, Painting, Art History, or Writing

Scholarships Available!

If you have any questions, contact Sharon McManus

Montserrat College of Art



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February 2nd, 2010


Chairman Rocco Landesman Announces a Request for Proposals for a new “Art Works” logo for the NEA


New logo will embody the three meanings of “Art Works”



Wynwood, Miami, Florida — Today, at a visit to a graphic design class at the Design and Architecture Senior High school (DASH) in Miami’s Wynwood/Design District, Chairman Rocco Landesman announced that the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has released a request for proposals (RFP) for a new “Art Works” logo; the RFP is available at www.arts.gov/grants/apply/RFP/artworksdesign.html.


At the announcement, Chairman Landesman was joined by DASH principal Stacey Mancuso, arts advocate and patron Lin Arison, gallerist David Castillo, director of The Wolfsonian-FIU Cathy Leff, architect Terry Riley, and NEA Senior Deputy Chairman Joan Shigekawa.  The visit to DASH was part of the Chairman’s latest stop on his “Art Works” tour across America; he was in Miami to see the role that design, architecture, and artists play in creating the greater Miami area we know today.


 When used by the Chairman, the phrase “art works” has three meanings: “art works” are the plays, paintings, dances, films and the other works of art that are the creation of artists; “art works” describes the effect of art on audiences and viewers, art works to transport, transform, inspire, and challenge us; and “art works’ is a reminder that arts workers are real workers with real jobs who are part of this country’s real economy. 


While visiting with senior students in a graphic design class at DASH, the Chairman announced the RFP that invites proposals for a new “Art Works” logo for the NEA.  The proposed logos should incorporate all three of the meanings of “Art Works” and tie them to the NEA in such a way that the proposed logo might be used alone or in conjunction with the NEA’s current logo. 


Chairman Landesman said, “Those two words – “art works” – pretty much sum up everything we are about at the NEA, and I hope you will see them everywhere.  Art, artists, and arts professionals work to change the communities they inhabit: they are placemakers and help create livable, sustainable, complete communities.  I look forward to having a logo that conveys that.”


Dr. Mancuso said, “We were thrilled that Rocco chose DASH as the location to announce this RFP.  Our students represent the next generation of design professionals, and it means a lot that the NEA is actively looking to connect with the future of the field, in addition to their work with emerging and already established masters.”


Complete information about the RFP requirements and instructions for submitting may be found at www.arts.gov/grants/apply/RFP/artworksdesign.html. Proposals are due by 5:00 p.m. EST on Friday, February, 26, 2010.  Potential proposers must direct all inquiries to Latonca Harris at harrisl@arts.gov or (202) 682-5476.

About the National Endowment for the Arts


The National Endowment for the Arts is a public agency dedicated to supporting excellence in the arts, both new and established; bringing the arts to all Americans; and providing leadership in arts education. Established by Congress in 1965 as an independent agency of the federal government, the Arts Endowment is the largest annual national funder of the arts, bringing great art to all 50 states, including rural areas, inner cities, and military bases. Please visit www.arts.gov.


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Open Call for Women Artists

February 1st, 2010
On behalf of the General Electric Company, we invite you to submit works for GE’s 4th Annual Women’s History Month Art Exhibition.  The exhibition opens March 1, 2010 and runs through April 30, 2010.  This will be a wonderful opportunity to exhibit your artwork in a prominent Fairfield, CT corporate headquarters location, and also on GE’s Cultural Online Gallery for worldwide distribution.  The works are available for sale.  To view past exhibitions visit: 

Please submit the materials required no later than February 8, 2010.  If you are selected to participate, works must be shipped/delivered to our Stamford, CT gallery the week of February 22, 2010.  Please take this timeline into consideration when evaluating whether this opportunity is a good fit.


  1. Artist Bio/Statement including name, telephone# and web address.
 2.  Five digital jpg files of artwork.  The file size should be ~ 150 dpi; the name of the jpgs should reflect the name of the artwork.  All works must be “hangable” and the jpg images must include the frame, as our curatorial team needs to examine final presentation.
3.  A listing of the 5 works including title, year created, medium, size and insurance value.  
Send all materials via email to opencallforartists@picture-that.com.  Format the subject of your email as follows: GEWOMEN_YourLastNameYourFirstName_YourCityYourState.  For example, GEWOMEN_DoeJane_StamfordCT.  We will confirm receipt of your materials within 72 hours of receiving and final decisions will be made by February 15th.  Shortly after the finalists are confirmed, we will communicate additional details on logistics, our commission structure and drop-off scheduling procedures.
Contact us with questions via email at opencallforartists@picture-that.com with the subject of your email being the same as indicated above.  
Interested in keeping abreast of Picture That projects, future opportunities and services/products offered ?  Click on the icons below to FAN our Picture That Facebook Page and Follow us on Twitter.  Thanks for your continued interest !   
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Monthly Design Review Launched

February 1st, 2010
RISD alum Tino Chow and Aaron Perry-Zucker launched Monthly Design Review
last night.

RI artist Nancy Austin‘s article “Locative Media & the Possibility of Place”, with illustrations by Arthur Harsuvanakit (RISD-ID, 2009), is featured.

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NECAP Listserv

February 1st, 2010

The listserv for NECAP, the New England Consortium Of Artist-Educator Professionals, is a wonderful resource for teaching artists. Click here for more information: 


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First Annual Asian American Talent Show

February 1st, 2010

On the behalf of the Youth and Families of the Laotian Community Center, we cordially invite you to attend our First Annual Asian American Talent Show, fundraising for the Summer Youth’s Program.  Our purpose for the Talent Show is to promote the community healthy lifestyle through recognizing many talented individuals, groups, and families from the community. 


52 Federal Street; Woonsocket, RI 02895

from 6 pm to mid-night

Please join us and come to share your talents.  Here are some suggestions of what you may do:

The search is on! Do you (or someone you know)

Singing • Karate • Instrumental Music • Dancing

• Juggling • Comedy • Break Dancers • Solo/ group performing or have a youth band

To be in the talent show, you must:

·        be Asian Americans

·        be any age [as long as you can perform something]

The requirements are:

  • 3 minutes minimum, 6 minutes maximum
  • a solo or a group performance [max is 6]
  • any music but must be appropriate [no swears]
  • must supply your own music and costume

Deadline of Registry is March 15, 2010

Admission: Performers and children under 12 – Free

13 to 18 – $5

19 and up – $10


Phousamay Khammahavong, Community Relation Affairs (401) 617-5909

Kongthong Maknoxa, Cultural Director (401) 339-9439

Phousady C. Phithayaphone, Education Director (401) 345-1254 • khamdy1935@yahoo.com

Mimi Pathammavong, Assist. Dance Instructor (401) 632-3438 • me14343@hotmail.com

Phonsavanh Regan, Treasurer, 401) 525-0581

Souphady Sayhabouth, Food Coordination (401) 447-1876

Southary Vongsomphou, (401) 439-8519

Rules & Regulations

All contestants must complete an application form or contact our Talent Show Committee

by March 15, 2010 at the Laotian Community Center

Applicants will be notified if selected to participate.


LCC Talent Show Committee • C/O Laotian Community Center

88 Limerock Road, Smithfield, RI 02917

       www.lccnational.org   info@lccnational.org

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January 29th, 2010
Utah Public Art Program and Utah State University, Uintah Basin are requesting letters of interest and qualifications from artists interested in creating site specific art for the gateway traffic circle on the public access road to the new Bingham Entrepreneurship and Energy Research Center (BEERC) on the campus of Utah State University in Vernal, Utah.  Project specifics are available at www.utahpublicart.org    Applications are being accepted via hard copy/CD or online at www.dccgrants.org
Budget: $140,000    DEADLINE FOR MATERIAL:  April 1, 2010  5 pm Mountain Time
For more information contact: Fletcher Booth at 801-533-3586 or fbooth@utah.gov
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Public Art Opportunity: Entrance Gates for the Gardens at Lake Merritt, Oakland, California

January 29th, 2010

The City of Oakland, California is please to announce the release of a Request for Qualification for San Francisco Bay Area artists to design, fabricate and install two public art entrance gates for the Gardens at Lake Merritt in Oakland, California. The project goal is to create beautiful and inviting entryways that identify and celebrate the gardens. This artwork project will require an artist or artist team that specializes in metalwork and has expertise in metal construction techniques. 


RFQ Deadline: Friday, March 12, 2010 


Budget: $86,000  

This project is funded through Measure DD the Oakland Trust for Clean Water & Safe Parks, the budget includes all artist/artist team design and collaboration fees; fabrication of work; transportation of work to site; and on-site design application, installation, and/or artwork integration oversight as needed. 


This project is open to practicing, professional artists residing and/or working in the nine Bay Area counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano and Sonoma.  

The Gardens at Lake Merritt: 

Situated in the heart of Oakland as a part of Lakeside Park, the serene Gardens at Lake Merritt provide a horticultural oasis accessible to a large urban population.  Opened in the 1950’s, the gardens were originally maintained by City staff gardeners with the resources to draw crowds for such seasonal events as chrysanthemum and dahlia displays. The gardens have continued to develop and transform over time to their current configuration, consisting of a collection of smaller theme gardens including the Japanese Gardens and Koi Pond, the Golden State Bonsai Garden, the Show Gardens, the Flower and Herb Garden and the Vegetable and Fruit Demonstration Garden. Open to the public during park hours, the Gardens are a unique urban setting in which to learn about and enjoy hundreds of varieties of trees, shrubs, and plants. 


RFQ Guidelines and Information: 

All applications must be submitted online through CaFÉ™ website (www.callforentry.org). A copy of the RFQ can also be found at http://www.oaklandculturalarts.org/main/callforartists.htm .  


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The City of Norfolk, Virginia Public Art Program

January 29th, 2010



Norfolk, Virginia – The Norfolk Public Art Commission seeks to commission an artist to design a commemoration that will tell the story and educate viewers of the history and importance of the End of the Massive Resistance.  The committee is not looking for specific representation but hopes the work will communicate a depth of feeling, meaning and human understanding of this time and history.  The final artwork should communicate the past and what was, be thought-provoking and challenging but also look to the future with inspiration and communicate our hopes as a community and a higher ideal. The selected artist will be work closely with the community to understand the history of this significant event, the changing race relations and what it means to Norfolk. 



Project Funds: Up to five finalists will be selected to be interviewed by the public art planning committee and paid $1,000 to make a presentation to the committee.  This includes all travel, preparation and interview.  

One artist will be selected for the project.  An additional $32,000 is available for the final complete design phase.  The budget for the completed and installed artwork is $500,000 at this time, however significant private sector fundraising is anticipated.  


Deadline for submissions is 1:00 PM EST, February 25, 2010. 


Project descriptions and details for applying may be found at 






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January 29th, 2010

Members of the Providence community united to raise funds to ‘Help Heal Haitians.’

A total of $6,918.35 was raised
on Tuesday, January 26th at The TSETSE Gallery in Downtown Providence. 401-453-3337

All contributions helped support Arm2Arms medical mission.

About Arm to Arm

Arm2Arm, Inc. is a non profit organization under the provisions of IRS Code of 1954 (501)c (3). It is the purpose of Arm2Arm, Inc. to provide medical and educational assistance to the stateless Haitian sugar cane workers who live in appalling poverty in the bateyes (or shantytowns) of the Dominican Republic and in Haiti and who currently have limited access to essential human services. Since the earthquake struck, ARM2ARM is more determined than ever to bring their medical expertise and emergency and medical supplies to Haiti. 

On January 29th, a medical delegation of doctors, physician assistants, nurses, translators organized by ARM2ARM will depart for a week-long trip to Haiti.  The group will travel to the Dominican Republic first, and take the bus to Haiti the next day, where they will provide free medical and emergency relief to the many citizens of the earthquake-ravaged island. This medical mission will take place on the ground-level, where the group will be staying in tents, setting up medical clinics and providing aid to those that are in need. It is also the mission of the group to reach villages outside of the capital city, where relief has yet to reach.  The group will also distribute foods, hygiene supplies, clothes.

See attached for a scrapbook of Tuesdays event.

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The A -B -C’s of Hand Carving Letters into Stone

January 28th, 2010


aturday February 20th or Sunday February 21st


10 AM to 4 PM


Come experience the ancient craft of stone carving with a mallet and chisel. Adam Heller, the co-owner of Samaritan Carvers with over ten years of experience in stone carving, will guide the class in a hands on exploration of Roman letters and the techniques involved in hand carving “V-cut letters.”

* This class is an introduction to carving letters into stone – no experience is necessary.

* Tools and stone provided by instructor.

* Cost for the one-day class is $80.00. 

* Enrollment limited to five students so sign up now!

*Call Adam at 401-826-2622 or e-mail info@samaritancarvers.com to register.  Class will be held at the Samaritan Carvers studio in Foster, RI


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Courthouse Center for the Arts seeks theater professionals and fine art teachers

January 26th, 2010

The Courthouse Center for the Arts in West Kingston, Rhode Island is currently seeking theater professionals and fine art teachers for their 2010 Summer Performance and Fine Arts Program. The Center is looking for qualified individuals to teach the following classes in our performance program: acting for stage and commercials, stage combat, Shakespeare, hip-hop, jazz, ballet, ballroom, and contemporary. Vocal and acting coaches are also needed. For our fine arts program we are seeking experienced individuals to teach classes in: painting, sculpting, cartooning, graphic and environmental arts. 

Please submit a cover letter, current resume and a list of references to Russell Maitland at russ@courthousearts.org

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January 26th, 2010

Join Us in Washington, DC!

Attend National Arts Advocacy Day
RI CFA Logo Long

RI Citizens for the Arts, AFTA State Captain, attends National Arts Advocacy Day in Washington, DC each year – coordinating meetings with our Congressional leaders at their offices on Capitol Hill, and advocating for the arts nationally and back home.  JOIN US!

Coordinated by Americans for the Arts, the 23rd Annual National Arts Advocacy Day brings together arts, education, entertainment, and policy leaders to develop strong public policies and support for increased public funding for the arts.
  • Let your voice be heard when you visit your members of Congress to make the case for the arts and arts education.
  • Take advantage of opportunities to network with colleagues from your state and across the country.
  • Increase your knowledge of how to best make your case to decision makers.
National Arts Advocacy DayArts Advocacy Day logo
Omni Shoreham Hotel
Washington, DC
April 12-13, 2010
Your involvement makes a difference! During 2009, arts advocates succeeded in securing $50 million to help save nonprofit arts jobs in the economic recovery act. You also helped increase appropriations for both the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities by $12.5 million each. However, we still have work to do. During these difficult economic times, it is important to let congressional leaders know that the arts are an economic engine for development and a priority for every American.

Visit the website to learn more information, including the 23rd Annual Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts & Public Policy and becoming a Grassroots Partner.

Big A donate
Rhode Island Citizens for the Arts (RI CFA) is the statewide arts advocacy organization, driven by membership.  We are a nonpartisan group lobbying for and organizing the voice for the arts in RI.  Join the effort and Become a Member!  


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E32 NY Seeks Artists Who Wish To Present Their Work 2/16/10

January 25th, 2010

No fee. It is free to submit and free to show with E32.

Moving Image

3 Minute Art Video
Email your link to linda-at-lindagriggs.com. If selected you must be present at E32 to discuss your work.
Note: We always show two videos by out of town guests who can not attend. Please be aware that we receive many submissions for this catagory but we enjoy reviewing them all.

Still Image

Traditional Media: painting, sculpture,installation, etc.
If selected you must be present at E32 to discuss your work. We present jpgs in the same format used by NYFA.
* Images must be in .JPG format with .JPG extension
* The maximum size for each file is 4.0 MB – this refers to the size of the file when it is saved as a .JPG, not when opened in a program such as Photoshop.
* Each image must be no more than 1240 x 1240 pixels.
* DPI should be 72 (standard for viewing on a monitor).
* .JPGs must be in RGB color space. sRGB is the suggested color profile.
* Do not use any punctuation, symbols or spaces in the file names.

Tradtional Media artists may submit a curated shows. This allows them to fine tune a curatorial project before submitting it to other art venues. For artists who have shows outside of NYC, this offers a chance to present their work and celebrate/have an opening in New York. E32 creates 3-minute video for these shows. See Archives for examples. With the artists permission these videos are later presented in art windows, art bars, etc.

Some time saving notes:
E32 is not ageist. We enjoy the energy of the work of younger artist and the depth of mature artists, but we do not show undergraduate work.
If you make a video of yourself painting or a slide show of still images, it is not art video. Please submit your work as still images. That said, with new media there are always exceptions.
If you commit to a presentation and then find you can’t attend let us know as soon as possible and will reschedule you. We will not show your work without your participation.


This project is made possible in part with public funds from the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
Additional funding was provided by Ann Partlow.
Thank you.

Home Archives Mission Submissions Steering Committee/Volunteer

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Calls For Entry

January 25th, 2010

6th Annual

Including $300 Best of Show cash prize

A Call for Entries of Works by Undergraduates Attaining their Degree in 2009, 2010, or 2011

 Postmark Deadline for Entry: March 5, 2010
For more info. visit:

Exhibit dates: April 16 – May 14, 2010



An International Competitive Exhibit of
Works About Time

Postmark Deadline for Entry: March 5, 2010
For more info. visit:

Exhibit dates: March 5 – April 2, 2010


A Friend of Manifest

The Light Factory Third Juried ANNUALE
(be sure to tell them we sent you!)

The Light Factory Contemporary Museum of Photography and Film, Charlotte, NC, is seeking challenging and inventive new work from photographers and artists throughout the country for an exciting exhibition. The work can include both traditional and non-traditional approaches to photographic imaging. The exhibition will consist of 6-8 photographers, each of whom will be represented by 5-7 images (size permitting).

Exhibition Dates: April 19 to July 4, 2010
(Opening reception: May 22)

Juror: Alex Nyerges, Director, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA

Deadline for Entries: February 15, 2010

Registration and entry details for The Light Factory Third Juried Annuale are available at http://www.lightfactory.org


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3rd biennial Leadership Institute

January 22nd, 2010
Want to bust out of a rut? Care to imagine yourself in a different role? Looking for some new solutions to age-old challenges? Hoping to recommit yourself to your work in a new-and-improved way?

Join the Alliance for the 3rd biennial Leadership Institute – a 4-day retreat for leadership development of arts administrators, in the idyllic setting of Atlantic Center for the Arts. Be inspired. Be Challenged. Be the leader you’ve always hoped you’d be.

Whether an executive director, program manager, or other staff, discover your own leadership style and build the confidence and skills to lead an organization that supports artists of any discipline.

It’s been a tough year, and we’re all a bit beaten down. It’s time for new energy, and a reinvestment in your organization’s most valuable resource – you!

The beautiful retreat setting of Atlantic Center for the Arts provides the ideal environment for in-depth learning and peer interaction that are essential to the Leadership Institute.

“In 4 days, I found my readiness to take on the challenges ahead, to carve new paths, to know when to step back and when to step up. I can do this.”

[Space is limited, and a number of scholarships are available]


LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE | April 28 – May 2, 2010 | Atlantic Center for the Arts | New Smyrna Beach, Florida

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Call for Sculpture

January 22nd, 2010

The Roanoke Arts Commission is seeking up to six artists to exhibit in the

second AIR: Art in Roanoke, a temporary sculpture exhibition. Fee of up to

$4,500 per work.The RAC is accepting submissions now through March 12,


Details in attached document or on line at www.roanokeva.gov/publicart.

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January 22nd, 2010



Studio Visit Logo

Postmark Deadline, February 5, 2010
Free to Enter!!!

All Regions, All Mediums…
Dina Deitsch,
Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art,
deCordova Sculpture Park + Museum

Studio Visit is a nationally focused publication that presents all two- and three-dimensional work. Each volume includes approximately 150 artists. Selected artists will be provided with one full-page that will include a full-color image, contact information, and a brief artist statement. Each volume of Studio Visit is juried by a professional curator and produced to the highest quality standards.

Once published, Studio Visit is mailed to 2,000 of the nation’s top galleries and curators and a growing subscriber base.

Additional Benefits to Participating Artists:
All winners will be listed on the Studio Visit website with direct links to their sites.
- Participating artists will also announced in a full page advertisement placed in the nationally distribute publication, New American Paintings.

The competition is free to enter. However, selected artists will be responsible for a $225 production and distribution fee. Participating artists will receive a complimentary issue of the publication, and will be able to purchase additional copies at a discount.

Studio Visit Cover

For More Information, Visit our Website

Download Full Prospectus

Email Us Your Questions


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