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“Khuyana” Artist in Residency program in Peruvian Amazon

“Khuyana” AiR program in Peruvian Amazon for 2018.

The residency program “Khuyana” welcomes visual artists, architects, photographers, and other disciplines—national and international—for the period of one month to three months. We encourage residents to develop research and production projects related to the Peruvian Amazon, the community of Cuyana – Iquitos and Amazon ancient cultures (Quichua and Kukama Kukamiria).

The community of Cuyana has its origin in the migration of the Andean Quechua ethnic group to the Peruvian jungle, now known as “Quichua.” The main activities of Cuyana inhabitants are the land and raising livestock. In nearby Kukama Kukamiria, we find a community whose main activity is crafts. There is a tradition in the production of ceramics and balsa wood carving decorated with traditional motifs, vegetable fiber fabrics and other products that represent the cultural wealth held by the Community. Most of the population is still preserving their Amazonian ancient

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North Valley Art League Announces 2012 International Juried Photography Show, More

The North Valley Art League’s 2012 International Juried Photography Show will be exhibited…from May 1 to June 2. Photographic art from many countries and all over the United States will be featured. IN conjunction with the show, a Juror Lecture and Analysis of Accepted Images will be presented Sunday, May 6. More info…

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Call to Artists: North Valley Art League's Juried Photography Show 2012

North Valley Art League celebrates a Juried Photography Show every May. This competition, first held in 1989 for Art League members and local residents, has expanded in 2012 to become an international show with both a gallery and online exhibition. Please read the post for more information about the show and links to entry forms…

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Calls for Artists: New opportunities listed

Callforentry.org Calls to Artists

This list of calls has been edited to include only opportunities open to artists residing in Oregon (with one for our neighbors in Northern California and S. Oregon artists who may also qualify), and includes a wide range of artistic disciplines and other criteria. Women, Photographers, fine art crafters/ artisans, fine metalworkers, traditional and polymer clay artists, colored pencil artists, jewelry makers, serious nude painters, installation artists and more will find state and national opportunities here, some with short deadlines, others extending into 2012 with more time to prepare. Please take a look at all of them so you don’t miss an opportunity for which your work qualifies!

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Call to Artists From the Oregon Cultural Trust: This Is Culture: 2011 Photo Contest

Oregon Cultural Trust

Beginning October 1st, submit a photograph that captures resonant elements of our state’s culture, and you could win some incredible prizes: $1,000 cash; $1,000 donations to the cultural nonprofit of your choice; fancy cameras; overnight packages at historic hotels; and more!

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