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Metals Opps Dec 03 part 1

Happy Holidays!

These are culled from the art deadlines list:

January 1, 2004 Publicly Juried Exhibition: Projekt30 is an online
forum run by artists, designed to market up-and-coming artists to
over 12,000 “real world” galleries, collectors, dealers, and
interested parties. We are currently taking submissions for an
experimental juried exhibition to open February 1st 2004, by which
all artists who apply will receive exposure to the public at large!
There are two $250 best-in-show awards. All media except sound and
video accepted. The application fee is 35$ for up to five
submissions, 5$ each additional, no commissions are taken on sales.
You may apply by mail or online (Deadline January 1, 2004), see and click the “prospectus link” for more

December 31, 2003 14th Annual National Juried Art Exhibition: FACES
OF WOMAN, a celebration of the feminine. Exhibition dates: Mar 19 -
Apr 16, 2004. Deadline for receipt of slides and entry forms is
FEBRUARY 16TH. Fee: $15 per entry. Cash Awards. All media original
work in 2 or 3 dimensions, completed within the past two years. The
Juror will be Ellen Landis whose professional experience includes
being curator of Art at the Albuquerque Museum, various California
museums and collections, as well as curator of painting & sculpture
at the Baltimore Museum of Art. For a prospectus send an SASE to: Las
Vegas Arts Council, Box 2603, Las Vegas NM 87701 OR

December 31, 2003 NATIONAL EXHIBITS BY BLIND ARTISTS 30th Anniversay
Exhibit. Juried Exhibition. Fall 2004 at Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Artwork by legally blind artists. Slides due by February 27, 2004.
Contact: NEBA, 919 Walnut St, Philadelphia PA 19107. Call for
prospectus, 1-800-222-1754, M-F, 9-5 EST, or any time at 215-
925-3213 (voicemail).

Exhibition Competition in Target Gallery at the Torpedo Factory Art
Center. Open to all individual artists and groups in all media in
North America. Jurors: Annie Adjchanavich, Executive Director,
Washington Project for the Arts/Corcoran; B.J. Adams, noted fiber
artist; James and Jenna Blalock, Washington area collectors of fine
DATES: October 20- November 28, 2004. FEE: $35 for 20 images (slides
or JPEG CD) and proposal, FOR APPLICATION: Contact, 703/838-4565 x 4, or send SASE to:
Open 2004, Target Gallery, 105 N Union St, Alexandria VA 22314

January 31, 2004 ARTIST RESIDENCIES The Hall Farm Center for Arts &
Education, located in Townshend, Vermont is accepting applications
for its 2004 summer residency program. Residencies are offered to
artists at all stages of their careers, including fiction and
non-fiction writers, poets, painters, sculptors, playwrights,
photographers, musicians, and performers. The time is an opportunity
to work, relax, reflect, and be inspired by the quiet refuge of the
Vermont countryside. The Hall Farm is located on a 221-acre,
200-year-old former farm in the southeast corner of the state,
approximately 4 hours from New York City and 2=87 hours from Boston.
It contains miles of hiking trails, woods, open fields, and a
swimming pond. Residents are housed in their own rooms in a renovated
1830’s farmhouse and are provided with private studio space.
Residencies range from one week to one month. There is no cost to
artists except materials, transportation, and $20 application fee.
Deadline for application is =46ebruary 2, 2004 with notification in
early April. For more and application forms, visit, or contact us at 802- 365-4483 or

creating an Erotic Art Gallery. Guidelines for submissions can be
found at:

Nov 03, 2004 CALL FOR SCULPTURE Outward Westward. Sculptors are
invited to submit proposals for the yearly-juried outdoor sculpture
exhibition on the grounds of Central Wyoming College in Riverton,
Wyoming. The exhibition will be from April 30, 2004 to April 5, 2005.
Artists worldwide may compete – there is no entry fee. Earthworks,
collaborative pieces, and site specific artworks are encouraged. For
a full prospectus with registration cards please contact: Nita Kehoe,
Gallery Coordinator, Central Wyoming College, 2660 Peck Av, Riverton
WY 82501 OR OR

Aug 31, 2004 WITCHING HOUR EXHIBITION October 10-31, 2004. Open to
all artists worldwide working in 2D media except photography or
computer-generated art. Submissions by 35mm slides or clear quality
photographs. For more contact: Kelleher Gallery, 11
Oakwood, Ballinderreen, Kilcolgan Galway, Ireland OR OR

Aug 01, 2004 CALL FOR ART Call to Artists for 2004. North Tahoe
Arts, Tahoe City, CA taking applications for the Main Gallery.
Original Work only. Please submit 2 slides, cd, and bio to: Norma
Fowler, North Tahoe Arts, Box 6354, Tahoe City CA 96145 OR
530-581-2818 OR

Jun 01, 2004 CALL FOR LOST ART DEMONSTRATORS For a River Revival
=46estival, must be an artisan or craftsperson working in period
between 1700 and early 1900’s at the latest. We do not charge for a
booth space, however, we’re asking for demonstrations to be done for
a three day event. Grand Excursion 2004 in Stockholm, Wisconsin.
There is going to be a flotilla of paddleboats traveling through and
stopping on Lake Pepin. We are expecting a huge turnout of tourists,
as there is much entertainment scheduled, and you are certainly
advised to bring items to sell. We are still looking for more people
to do beadwork, work with furs, weaving, textile arts, woodcarving,
and early photography, anything that would fit into the era. Costumes
are advised. Strolling string musicians who work for tips are
welcome. The event is July 1st, 2nd and 3rd of 2004 in Stockholm.
Stockholm is a small town founded by Swedish settlers in 1851, and
although our theme for this festival is not necessarily Scandinavian,
it wouldn’t be discouraged. Camping and accomodations can be
arranged. River Revival =46estival

Apr 15, 2004 CALL FOR BIRD RELATED ART Seeking submissions of
contemporary paintings, works on paper, and sculpture for its 28th
annual juried exhibition, Birds in Art, September 11 November 14,
2004. All works must interpret birds and related subject matter. The
processing fee is $40 for one entry, $50 for two entries. For a
prospectus/entry form contact: Birds In Art, Leigh Yawkey Woodson
Art Museum, 700 N 12th St, Wausau WI 54403 OR 715-845-7010 OR
715-845-7103(FAX) OR OR

through August 9, 2004 at the Jay Etkin Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee.
Open to artists over 18 years. Colored pencil only. Cash awards over
$7000. Entry fee. For send SASE to: Pam Zubrod,
CPSA/Porter, 9249 South Broadway #200-210, Highlands Ranch CO 80129
OR 901-861-0225 OR

Mar 29, 2004 JURIED ART COMPETITION In 1960, the Erb Memorial Union
(EMU) Board established an art acquisition program to purchase works
for the EMU permanent collection, in various media done by Pacific
Northwest artists. The Pacific Northwest Annual Art Exhibition was
held every winter or spring as an Invitational. In recent years the
annual was suspended due to a lack of funds. As of this year we are
reestablishing the Pacific Northwest Annual as a juried competition
in the hopes that it will become an annual event again. The annual is
open to all artists living in the Pacific Northwest, (Alaska,
British Columbia, Northern California, Oregon, Idaho, Montana,
Nevada, and Washington). For official guidelines & additional
contact: Linda Archuletta, U of Oregon Cultural Forum OR
541-346-0007 OR OR

Mar 15, 2004 URBAN SPACE DESIGN COMPETITION The City of Fargo is
hosting a design competition for Broadway Square. All artists are
invited to leave their mark on the gateway to downtown Fargo. The
City is seeking professionals who can envision an innovative new look
for an area of open space at the intersection of Main Avenue and
Broadway. Contact: Kim Citrowske, Department of Planning &
Development, City of Fargo, 200 North Third St, Fargo ND 58102 OR
701-476-4151 OR 701-241-1526(FAX) OR

Mar 01, 2004 CALL FOR WATERCOLOR ARTISTS Societe Canadienne de
l’Aquarelle will present its next juried exhibition in 5-6 cities in
the Province of Quebec, starting in May, ending in October. If you
want to submit some slides of watercolor paintings (11 x 15 inches
and larger) ask first for the prospectus availaible in December and
please give your full address details. More than 20,000 visitors in
2003 and some paintings are awarded. Full color catalogue. Contact:
Societe Canadienne de l’Aquarelle, 6185 Boulevard Taschereau #206,
Brossard (QC) J4Z 1A6, Canada OR 450-678-2234 OR 450-678-4375(FAX) OR OR

welcome in any media that in some way relates to some aspect -
social/psychological/cultural of Centralia, Pennsylvania or a
similar environmentally devastated area that exists or has existed.
S. 46th Presents is a curatorial organization based in W. Phila.
Computer oriented submissions must be MAC friendly. Show is juried so
work must have return postage. No Entry Fees. Entries should be sent
to: Paul, Hottest Town in Pa, Exhibitions @, 213 S 46th St,
Philadelphia PA 19139 OR

=46eb 15, 2004 ARTIST RESIDENCY The Djerassi Resident Artists
Program is accepting applications for a 4-wk. program. Entry fee. For
prospectus send SASE to: Djerassi Resident Artists Program, 2325 Bear
Gulch Rd, Woodside CA 94062 OR 650-747-1250 OR OR

=46eb 14, 2004 CALL FOR SCULPTURE RESIDENCIES The Franconia
Sculpture Park is accepting sculpture proposals. Residency
fellowships range from $3000-5000. For more contact:
Franconia Sculpture Park, 29815 Unity Av, Shafer MN 55074 OR
651-465-3701 OR OR

=46eb 13, 2004 CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS In February 2004, an
Advisory Committee of artists, critics, curators, and experts in
contemporary art will select up to ten artists to develop formal
proposals for a public art project. Artists will be selected on the
basis of materials submitted. No entry fee. Send up to ten 35mm
slides of recent and/or current work in a clear plastic slide sheet.
Please include a slide description sheet with corresponding numbers.
Do not submit originalwork. Current resume, including name, address,
telephone number, and email address. A brief statement of interest
(no more than 300 typewritten words). For a prospectus send an SASE
to: Miki Garcia, Public Art Fund, 1 E 53, New York NY 10022 OR
212-980-3942 OR OR

=46eb 06, 2004 JURIED JEWELRY EXHIBITION Jewelry with a Purpose.
Open to all work in jewelry and ornamental sculpture. Artwork created
within the last two years and currently available for sale. Images
may be submitted as slides. We will not accept discs or CDs and only
one image per piece of artwork will be accepted. $500 Best in Show.
Entry fee. Contact: Velvet da Vinci Gallery OR OR

=46eb 05, 2004 SCULPTURE PROFESSOR Starts August 2004. Tenure track
studio art position. Rank and salary commensurate with
qualifications and experience. MFA required, teaching experience and
active exhibition record preferred. Teach all levels of sculpture
andd manage large shop. Send letter of application, CV, 3 letters of
recommendation, transcript, 20 slides with separate descriptive
sheet, teaching interests and philosophy, and scholarly and creative
interests to: Robert Kingsley, Dept of Art, DePauw University,
Greencastle IN 46135

International miniature art biennal is must-see contemporary art
event that brings together wood and/or paper productions created by
hundreds of professional artists from all continents. The IMAB is a
visual art event that is accessible to art collectors, and art
lovers; it asserts the place of miniature art genre in the ranks of
fine arts. Exhibition will be presented at Salle Augustin Ch=C8nier,
Ville Marie (Abitibi area) Province of Qu=C8bec , Canada. Awards and
Prizes. If accepted, the organization will frame your works. Max
dimensions for paintings is 3 x 4 inches before framing. For the
official prospectus, rules and guidelines, contact: Salle Augustin
Chenier OR 819-622-1362 OR

=46eb 01, 2004 LITERARY & ART MAGAZINE SEEKS ARTWORK We invite you
to submit artwork to be considered for the 2004 edition. Please send
SLIDES of unpublished work (any media) to the address below, along
with your contact and a self-addressed stamped envelope
(for the return of unselected work). Contributors will receive five
complimentary copies of the publication. Send contributions to:
Selina Spinos, The William and Mary Review, Campus Center Box 8795,
College of William and Mary, Williamsburg VA 23187 OR

=46eb 01, 2004 FINE ARTS PROFESSOR Starts July 1, 2004. Assistant or
associate professor, tenure track. All areas of specialization in
practice and studies in the fine arts and their cultural context
will be considered. PhD or MFA and strong research and teaching
required. Open to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Send
CV, outline of evolving practice and research program, vision
statement on the philosophy and practice of interdisciplinarity, 3
reprints of scholarly articles or portfolio, 3 letters of
recommendation, contact info of 3 additional referees, and original
transcripts to: Kathryn Laurin, University of Regina Faculty of Fine
Arts, 3737 Wascana Pkwy, Regina SK S4S 0A2, Canada OR 306-585-5550 OR
306-585-5544(FAX) OR

Jan 31, 2004 STUDIO SPACE RESIDENCY PROGRAM The Delfina Studio Trust
offers 28 studio spaces and related facilities in London to visual
artists free of charge. Abroad artists also receive accommodation
for nine months. To apply, send 8 slides of recent work and/or VHS, a
biography and an SASE to: Delfina Studio Trust, 50 Bermondsey St,
London SE1 3UD, United Kingdom OR 020-7357-6600 OR
020-7357-0250(FAX) OR

through April 10, 2004. All media eligible. Over $2,000 in awards.
Entry fee. For a prospectus send an SASE to: Heather Norman,
Galesburg Civic Art Center, 114 E Main St, Galesburg IL 61401 OR
309-342-7415 OR OR

entries for Visions VIII, 8th Annual International Juried Art
Exhibit of all media, fine art and craft, of works having spiritual
and religious themes. $4000+ in awards. Prestigious jurors. Show will
run April/May, 2004 and may travel. For prospectus, send SASE to:
Jennifer Weber, The Cathedral Foundation, 1140 Madison Av, Covington
KY 41011 OR

Jan 30, 2004 PRODUCT DESIGN AWARD The Red Dot Design Award seeks
entries for product design for international award. For more
contact: Sonja Lehnert, Head of Press and Public
Relations OR 0201-30 10 4-43 OR 0201-30 10 4-42 OR 0201-30 10
4-42(FAX) OR OR

Jan 30, 2004 FELLOWSHIPS Residential fellowships for 2004-2005.
Available for dissertation students, recent PhDs and untenured
faculty, and for senior faculty. Welcomes scholars from many fields
including art/art history, literautre, and music. All application
materials and letter recommendation should be sent to: Erasmus
Institute, Residential Fellowships, 1124 Flanner Hall, Notre Dame IN
46556 OR 574-631-9346 OR 574-631-3585(FAX) OR OR

Juried International Exhibition of Animals in Art seeks artists
working in any media with a focus on animals. $1000 and other cash
awards given. Entry fee, all items must be priced for sale. For more
or an entry form send an SASE to: Exhibitions,
Veterinary Medicine Library, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
LA 70803 OR 225-578-9793 OR OR

to fulfill its mission to improve the lives of people with
disabilities, the gallery collects artwork created exclusively by
artists with disabilities from its annual exhibition. By exhibiting
the collection throughout the hospital, we hope the work will inspire
patients and visitors ablike to reach beyond limitations and
encourage the creative spirit in everyone. It is open to artists,
regardless of experience or formal training who are dealing with a
physical disability. There are no entry fees. All work considered,
must be available for sale. Art must be original or numbered limited
fine art prints in editions of 50 or less. Eligible forms include
painting, drawings, mixed media, ceramic, sculpture, photographs and
fabric arts. Exhibition dates May 13 - May 28, 2004, with
possiblities for the show to travel. Requests for additional
and to receive a formal call-for-entry application form
contact: Ruth Hall Daly, Viewpoint Gallery, Sunnyview Rehabilitation
Hospital, 1270 Belmont Av, Schenectady NY 12308 OR 518-386-3520 OR OR

Jan 21, 2004 ART PROFESSOR Starts Fall 2004. Assistant professor,
tenure track position. Teach ceramics/metals. MFA required. Send
letter of application, CV, 20 slides each of own and student work,
contact info of references, and an SASE to: Fred Hagstrom, Dept of
Art and Art History, Carleton College, 1 N College St, Northfield MN

Jan 20, 2004 SCULPTURE PROFESSOR Associate or full professor of fine
arts to teach all levels of sculpture and drawing. MFA, extensive
teaching experience, and strong exhibition record required.
Appointment contingent on tenure review, though individual does not
need to hold a tenured position currently to apply. Send personal
statement, CV, names of 3 references, 20 slides (at least 5 of
drawings), and an SASE for return, to: Natasha Staller, Dept of
=46ine Arts, Amherst College, Amherst MA 01002

Visual artists and writers are invited to submit application for its
residency programs in Balatonfured, Hungary. Its principal focus is
an international residency program to which artists from around the
world are invited. The goal is to provide a supportive community with
uninterrupted time to work. Exhibitions will be arranged at the City
Hall Gallery (exhibit opening on July 18th). Also, every three -
four years we are organizing an exhibition for the participants at
Vizivarosi Gallery in Budapest. For an entry form send an SASE to:
HMC, Box 141374, DALLAS TX 75214 OR OR

Jan 15, 2004 WRITERS & ARTISTS RESIDENCY Hungarian Multicultural
Center, Inc (HMC), a non-profit organization, invites interested
visual artists and writers to submit application for its residency
programs in Balatonfured, Hungary. Its principal focus is an
international residency program to which artists from around the
world are invited. The goal is to provide a supportive community with
uninterrupted time to work. Exhibitions will be arranged at the City
Hall Gallery (exhibit opening on July 18th). Entry fee. Open to all
professional artists, writers, painters, photographers, video…
Juried from submitted slides, resumes and statements/writers 5 pages
sample writing. Art will be juried by 35mm slides in standard mounts
(no glass). Label slides with name, title of work, medium,
dimensions, top and date of work. Slides of accepted work will be
retained for permanent file. For more info and application form
please contact: HMC, Box 141374, Dallas TX 75214 OR OR

Jan 15, 2004 VISUAL ARTIST RESIDENCY Evergreen House in Baltimore
offers a two-month summer residency for visual artists living
outside of Maryland. The program provides housing, individual studio
and a stipend, allowing an artist the time and space to produce new
work. The art produced during the residency will form the basis of a
solo exhibition scheduled at Evergreen House for the following year.
While in residence, the artist will have access to the extraordinary
and diverse collections of the historic house and to the 25 acres of
gardens and meadows of the estate. Evergreen’s unique setting may
inspire the artist to respond by producing work that may not have
been made otherwise. One residency is offered per year. To apply,
send a letter of interest, 20 slides of recent work, slide script,
resume, and an artist’s statement. Also include reviews,
announcements, and catalogs. Please enclose a self-addressed stamped
envelope for the return of slides and catalogs to: Jackie O’Regan,
Evergreen House, 4545 North Charles St, Baltimore MD 21210 OR
410-516-0341 OR OR

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