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Art Opportunities from ArtDeadline.com

ArtDeadline.Com receives and publishes more opportunities and event listings per day than any other service.

Dora Maar Residency FellowshipsMuseum of Fine Art Houston U.S. National Deadline: Bi-Annual Recurring October 15, February 15 – The Dora Maar House in Ménerbes, France, provides funded residencies of one to three months for mid-career professionals in the arts…MénerbesProvence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France

Creative Inspiration 2018Bauhaus Prairie Art Gallery International Deadline: August 7, 2018 – Bauhaus Prairie Art Gallery’ announces an international call for artists for it upcoming online exhibition, “Creative Inspiration 2018 – The Artist’s Passion”. Cash awards

9th Annual International Juried Exhibition: EmpathyUniversity of North Carolina at Pembroke International Deadline: August 17, 2018 – The A.D. Gallery, UNC Pembroke Art Department, announces a call for artists worldwide to enter our 9th Annual International Juried Exhibition. Cash awards… PembrokeNorth Carolina, United States

5th Artist Spotlight Solo Art CompetitionFusion Art International Deadline: September 3, 2018 – Fusion

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OAC News- grantees for visual artists, performing artists and poets

Moments after Megan Kim (second from right) was named Oregon's 2017 Poetry Out Loud champion, she poses with Arts Commission Executive Director Brian Rogers (far left), runner up Philip Chan (second from left) and Arts Commission Chair Libby Unthank Tower (far right)

 

March 2017 Moments after Megan Kim (second from right) was named Oregon’s 2017 Poetry Out Loud champion, she poses with Arts Commission Executive Director Brian Rogers (far left), runner up Philip Chan (second from left) and Arts Commission Chair Libby Unthank Tower (far right) Ashland student named Oregon’s Poetry Out Loud champion

Megan Kim, an 18-year-old senior at Medford’s Cascade Christian High School, will represent Oregon at the April 24-26, 2017 Poetry Out Loud National Finals in Washington, D.C. She was one of nine regional finalists who competed in the March 11 state Poetry Out Loud contest at Salem Public Library. The runner up was Philip Chan of West Linn High School.

Megan, who lives in Ashland, reads poetry for fun and serves as editor of the school’s literary magazine. Her plans are to attend college (she’s considering several) and to major in English.

“Falling in love with poetry

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CaFE Calls to artists - unedited list

Callforentry.org Calls to Artists

Please note: We have not edited this list to include only calls for which southern Oregon Artists will be eligible. Nonetheless, there are some great calls that deserve your attention! The rest you can share with out-of-state or international artist-friends who would be eligible for those calls you cannot respond to yourself.

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News from Oregon Arts Commission

Portland animal photographer Carli Davidson

December 19, 2012 Portland animal photographer Carli Davidson photographed at Wildlife Safari by Holly Andres for the Cultural Trust. 1300+ Great Reasons to Support Arts and Culture in Oregon! Ten years ago, the Oregon Legislature established the Oregon Cultural Trust to make sure incredible cultural experiences are available in communities in every corner of Oregon. 1300+ represents the number of arts, heritage and humanities organizations the Cultural Trust has recognized since.

The Cultural Trust is about preserving and growing culture in Oregon so that more Oregonians and visitors benefit from the good things the arts, heritage and the humanities bring — more educational opportunities for our children, more economic growth and development and more personal creativity and satisfaction.

I know you believe in the power of the arts and culture to inform our lives, to make sense of the present and to help us make better choices for

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Japanese Studies Fellowship

The Japanese Studies Fellowship program gives scholars, researchers, and professionals the opportunity to conduct research in Japan. Now accepting online applications for: Scholars and Researchers (Long-Term) (2-12 months): Scholars and researchers in…

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Oregon Literary Fellowships

Oregon Literary Fellowships help Oregon writers initiate, develop or complete literary projects in poetry, fiction, literary nonfiction, drama and young readers literature. The fellowships also support Oregon’s independent publishers and small presses….

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Vermont Studio Center Residencies

Residencies at the Vermont Studio Center are offered based on a review of the portfolio or manuscript submitted by each applicant. While application for residency may be submitted at any time, applicants who wish to be considered for a fellowship must …

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Theatre, studio spaces for rent at Portland Actors Conservatory

The historic Firehouse Theatre in SW Portland has two spaces for rent: our upstairs studio space for rehearsals and small presentations, and the 65-seat Firehouse Theatre for rehearsals and performances. Theater space: 3400 sf auditorium; 21’ x 4…

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Oregon Arts Commission 2010 Individual Artist Fellowship Guidelines

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FY11 Individual Artist Fellowship Guidelines

Literary and Performing Artists Eligible to Apply Grant period: January 1, 2011 to December 31, 2011 Postmark Deadline: October 15, 2010

Vision

The Oregon Arts Commission believes that the arts and culture are touchstones of community and civic life and that it is essential to preserve, stabilize and develop their central role in Oregon. The Commission’s role is to lead through advocacy, policy development and planning, to seek funding for and make grants to the arts, to build coalitions between the public and private sectors and between arts and cultural organizations, so the arts touch the lives of Oregonians.

Purpose

The Oregon Arts Commission’s Individual Artist Fellowship Program honors Oregon’s professional artists and their artistic achievements and supports their efforts to advance their careers. In selecting artists to receive Fellowships, the Commission looks to Oregon artists of outstanding talent, demonstrated ability and

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