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ArtsLink Projects 2013: Grants in Visual and Media Arts

ArtsLink Projects support US artists, curators, presenters and non-profit arts organizations undertaking projects in the 37 eligible countries listed below. Awards are made in a given discipline on alternate years: 2013 Visual and Media Arts 

ArtsLink Projects has expanded the list of eligible countries for all ArtsLink Awards to include Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Palestine and Syria. We welcome applications for projects in 37 countries.

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1/15/13

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A call to artists dealing with the art of functional art clocks.

Red Raven Gallery invites established and emerging artists to submit artwork for an open, all media show, entitled “Tick Tock”. A functional clock with an art twist for our first annual event. Work will be exhibited at Red Raven Gallery, 440 Ferry St. NE 97301 , March 5th-30th. There will be an Artists’ Reception on Wednesday, March 6; from 5-8 pm. Entrants are expected to attend.

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2/23/13

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Portland’s Public Art Shines at National Conference

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6/28/11

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Public Art

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The Knowledge, Harrell Fletcher

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Three works of public art in Portland are among the nation’s best from 2010, according to Americans for the Arts (AFTA), the country’s leading arts service organization.

Three works of public art in Portland are among the nation’s best from 2010, according to Americans for the Arts (AFTA), the country’s leading arts service organization. The following projects were among 47 outstanding public artworks cited at AFTA’s Public Art Preconference in San Diego on June 16, 2011:

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12/15/11

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Teaching Artists sought by Young Audiences

Young Audiences is looking for teaching artists who…
• are committed to inspiring the imaginations of young people
• know the craft of their art forms deeply, through study and experience, and have their own dynamic artistic practices
• bring young people into the world of their art forms, and embolden them to explore
• see themselves as learners and teachers, and seek out opportunities for growth
• show a willingness to collaborate

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8/12/11

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3rd Ward Summer Open Call

3rd Ward is pleased to announce the launch of The Open Call
Summer 2011 edition, with even bigger opportunities for exposure.

One Artist will be selected for two world-class solo exhibitions in both the Art Capital of the
West: New York City & the Hottest Burgeoning Art Scene in the East: Taipei. The Grand Prize
Winner will have their artwork introduced to the world’s most vital communities of international
art world players – including artists, collectors, curators, gallerists, critics and enthusiasts, on
both sides of the world.

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Eric Stotik named RACC’s 2011 Fellow in Visual Arts

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6/27/11

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Individual Artist Fellowship

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The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) is pleased to announce its 2011 Fellow in Visual Arts: Eric Stotik. This fellowship honor carries a cash award of $20,000.

The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) is pleased to announce its 2011 Fellow in Visual Arts: Eric Stotik. This fellowship honor carries a cash award of $20,000.

“Eric Stotik is one of our community’s most extraordinary artists,” said Eloise Damrosch, executive director of RACC. “His unique paintings  are compelling because they are intelligent and mysterious. We are delighted to extend Eric this recognition and we thank him for his contributions to the visual arts in Portland."

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12/31/11

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Music education grants

 

The Mockingbird Foundation provides funding for music education for children through a two-tiered grant application process. The organization is now accepting applications for its music education funding, with $26,300 and six new grants to offer.

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Film Festival Grants

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will award grants of up to $30,000 to U.S.-based film festivals, particularly those working to make their events more accessible to the public, those highlighting less visible filmmakers, and those strengthening the connection between the filmmaker and the public.

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7/1/11

Heritage Outreach Specialist sought

The Heritage Programs Division of Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) is seeking to fill a Heritage Outreach Specialist position. This permanent, full-time position is part of the "Heritage Outreach" team that assists local history and heritage organizations throughout the state.

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7/8/11

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Call for "Visions of the Black & White"

The idea of defining our world without the use of color has always been a part of our existence. This themed exhibition is designed to pull from the creator the compliments of the basic and the complex. By exploring subject matter as well as the media used this display will define the true aspects of the positive and the negative with only the shades in between. The entry fee is $25 for up to 3 entries. Show runs August 31 – October 1, 2011. Gallery 360 is located in the heart of historic downtown Vancouver, WA at 111 W 9th Street.

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8/7/11