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Metals opps Dec 03 part 2

Jan 15, 2004 VISITING ARTIST Spring 2005. 1 semester position for
visiting scholar/artist at center for humanities and arts.
Specialization may be in any field in the humanities and the arts.
$33000 stipend. Applicants should hold the rank of associate
professor or above. For complete application contact:
Jeffrey N Cox, Center for Humanities and the Arts, 280 UCB,
University of Colorado, Boulder CO 80309 OR 303-492-1423 OR
303-735-2624(FAX) OR OR

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 art and craft. Oct 20 -
Nov 28, 2004. $35 for 20 images (slides or JPEG CD) and proposal.
For application send an SASE to: Open 2004, Target Gallery, 105 N
Union St, Alexandria VA 22314 OR 703-838-4565 x 4 OR

Jan 15, 2004 JURIED SCULPTURE EXHIBITION The Pyramid Hill Sculpture
Park and Museum seeks large-scale, outdoor sculpture for an
exhibition.Transportation aid and prizes from $1000-2000. Work must
be original, completed within the last 3 years, for sale, at least 6
feet tall. Entry fee. For more or a prospectus send an
SASE to: Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum, 222 High St,
Hamilton OH 45011 OR

Jan 15, 2004 JURIED FURNITURE EXHIBITION Furniture Society Quick
Bites Call for Entries. Soliciting entries for a juried exhibition,
“Curv-iture” which opens on June 10, 2004 at Savannah College of Art
and Design in conjunction with the Furniture 2004 conference.
Furniture in all media is eligible. Remember: whether you bend,
carve, or laminate, or twist, roll, slump, throw, spin, or melt, if
you use the curve in furniture, then this is the exhibit for you.
Contact: JoAnn Edwards, Furniture Society Quick Biter OR OR

Jan 15, 2004 ARTISTS’ ENCLAVE AT I-PARK Four to five week
self-directed residencies offered, beautiful rural New England
setting. Living quarters and studio space provided. Open to serious
artists, U.S. and international: painters, sculptors, writers, music
composers, landscape/garden designers, environmental artists and
architects. Some digital equipment available for composers. Kiln
available for ceramics artists. Some site installations permitted.
$20 application fee. See website for further details and application,
including on other I-Park programs: Contact: I-Park, Box
124, East Haddam CT 06423 OR 860-873-2468 OR 877-276-1306 OR OR

Jan 14, 2004 DOG ART EXHIBITION Art Show at the Dog Show announces
2004 competition. Accepting artwork in all media that includes a dog
in subject matter. Entry by slide submission. Entry fee. $10,000 in
cash prizes. Contact: Mrs Pat Deshler, 7520 Oak Tree Lane, Kechi KS
67067 OR 316-744-0057 OR 316-744-0293(FAX) OR OR

Mint invites artists nationwide to participate in a renaissance of
American coin and medal design. The Artistic Infusion Program has
been created to enrich and invigorate the design of United States
coins and medals by developing a pool of up to 20 professional
artists and up to 20 college and graduate-level art students in
sculpture, printmaking, engraving, graphic design, drawing and other
visual arts, who will be invited to create and submit new designs for
selected coin and medal programs throughout the year. The National
Endowment for the Arts will assist the Mint with the application
evaluation and selection process. Artists selected for the program
will be paid honoraria for their work, and will attend a United
States Mint-sponsored orientation on February 19-20, 2004, in
Philadelphia to learn about the history of coin and medal design, the
coin-making process and upcoming design opportunities. Please direct
all inquiries to the Mint by telephone and e-mail: Stacy Anderson,
United States Mint, Washington DC OR 202-354-7727 OR OR

Participants are eligible to win one of 28 awards totaling $19,500,
inclusind $750 for art excellence. Approximately 165 artists will
display works in 11 categories including drawing, fiber textiles,
fine art sculpture, glass, jewelry/metal, mixed media (2D & 3D),
painting, photography, pottery/ceramics and wood. To receive an
application by mail send an SASE to: Fidelity Federal Juried Art
Show, SunFest, 525 Clematis St, West Palm Beach FL 33401 OR
561-659-5980x8066 OR 800-SUNFEST OR 561-659-3567(FAX) OR OR

Jan 09, 2004 SCULPTURE PROFESSORS 2 tenure track positions in
sculpture. 1 will encompass a range of contemporary studio based art
practices, 1 in public sculpture or 3D work that addresses community
issues. MFA, active exhibition record, potential for teaching
excellence, good communication skills required. Send letter of
application, CV, teaching philosophy, 20 slides each of own and
student work, 2-3 sample course syllabi, SASE, and 3 letters of
recommendation to: Kathy Harley, Dept of Art, University of
California, 1156 High St, Santa Cruz CA 95064 OR 831-459-2272 OR
831-459-3793(FAX) OR

Jan 09, 2004 METALWORK AND JEWELRY PROFESSOR Starts August 16, 2004.
Assistant professor. MFA in metalsmithing and jewelry. Must have
extensive knowledge and demonstrated ability in a broad range in
jewelry and metalworking processes and techniques. Direct advanced
and graduate student research projects. At least 3 years of college
level teaching experience. Send letter of application, CV, artist
statement, teaching philosophy, 20 slides each of own and student
work, 3 letters of reference, and SASE for return of materials to:
Metalwork-Jewelry Search Committee, School of Art, VAB 216, Northern
Illinois University, DeKalb IL 60115 OR 815-753-0717 OR

Art Competition is accepting submissions in two- and
three-dimensional artwork. Maximum of three pieces per artist,
maximum of six slides. $250-1500 awards. Entry fee. For more
contact: Jacki Rosen, Rosen Biennial Museum Gallery, 9801
Donna Klein Blvd, Boca Raton FL 33428 OR 561-852-3214 OR

Jan 08, 2004 JURIED ARTIST BOOK EXHIBIT Artists are invited to
submit slides which fit the theme AN OPEN BOOK. Books in this show
must be able to be viewed in their entirety without being touched.
Age 18 and older. Exhibition dates March 1 - April 9, 2004. Entry
fee. Contact: Charles Basham, Gallery West, Cuyahoga Community
College, 11000 Pleasant Valley Rd, Cleveland OH 44130 OR OR

Jan 08, 2004 INTERNATIONAL ART COMPETITION The Queens Tribune, the
largest weekly newspaper in Queens, is holding an art contest for
creative folks of all ages and skill levels across the borough, the
city, the country and the world. The paper is searching for art
created by amateurs or professionals of any age group that captures
the essence of the borough of Queens. Artists can choose the theme
or the topic - they are free to be as creative as possible. The only
requirement is that the artwork should evoke the spirit of Queens in
some way. The Tribune will accept art in all mediums, including
paint, sculpture, collage, photography, digital, charcoal, ink,
pencil, crayon, magic marker or any other artistic medium. There are
no boundaries! The paper will accept originals (preferred) or photos
of originals. Work can be mailed, dropped off, or emailed. The only
other needed is the artist’s name, the title of the
piece, and contact for the artist. The winning entries
will be published in the paper, and non-cash prizes will be awarded.
The Tribune reserves the right to reprint any entry. Artists who want
their work returned can either pick it up at the paper’s offices in
Fresh Meadows, or submit postage and packaging with their entries so
the paper can mail the art back. Artwork can be dropped off or
mailed to Angela Montefinise, Queens Tribune Art Contest, 174-15
Horace Harding Expwy, Fresh Meadows NY 11365 OR 718-357-7400 x 121 OR

Jan 05, 2004 FASHION PROFESSOR Starts August 2004. Tenure track
position in computer-aided design and apparel and product
development. Emphasis on systems affecting technological change in
the global fashion market. Terminal degree required, teaching
experience at the undergraduate level. Send letter stating interest
in the position, teaching and research interests, professional
practice, CV, and 3 letters of reference to: Linda R Lewis, School of
Fashion, Ryerson University, 350 Victoria St, Toronto ON M5B 2K3,

magazine seeks slides of recent metal-smithing and jewelry for
inclusion in its annual Exhibition in Print 2004. All work must be
original and completed within past two years. Entry fee. For more
contact: Keith A. Lewis, Exhibition in Print 2004, 1121
Lake Washington Blvd, Seattle WA 98122 OR

Jan 05, 2004 CALL FOR ARTWORK University of Northern Iowa seeks to
commission a $40,000 series of artworks for the Towers Dining
Center, to be placed on walnut wall panels in an interior dining
space. All media will be considered, sculpture must be bas-relief.
For more go to: University of Northern Iowa OR

Jan 05, 2004 CALL FOR ART ENTRIES The University of Northern Iowa
seeks submissions for an all-media show. $40,000 commission. For
prospectus contact: Nancy Sheerer, U Northern Iowa, 104 Kamerick Art
Bldg, Cedar Falls IA 50614 OR 319-273-2077 OR

All drawings from observation using traditional drawing media. Entry
fee. Jurying from slides. Show dates - March 28 through May 2, 2004.
For a prospectus send an SASE to: Nate Smyth, Drawing from
Perception, Wright State U Art Galleries, 3640 Col Glenn Hwy A 128
CAC, Dayton OH 45435 OR 937-775-2978 OR

Dec 31, 2003 SLANG POST CARD ART Open to all. No fees. Draw a
humorous cartoon situation showing your favorite slang expression on
a standard size post card or use white heavy index card stock.
Include the slang expression in the cartoon. Drawing must be black
line art for Xeroxing. Contact: Jack Martinelli, Fluxusart, 8 Marcia
Ct, Rockville MD 20851 OR

Dec 31, 2003 REVIEWING PORTFOLIOS Reviewing portfolios for solo, 2-
and 3-person exhibitions for 2005-06 season. Seeking innovative,
non-traditional contemporary art. Proposals forinstallation and
outdoor site-specific work especially encouraged. Open to all, but
priority will be given to artists living or working within 250 miles
of Indianapolis. All media including performance. SASE to: J M
Moore, Indianapolis Art Center, 820 E 67th St, Indianapolis IN 46220

Dec 31, 2003 RESIDENCY Artist-writer retreat on island in Maine, 1
hour north of Portland. For more contact: Aline Fourier,

Dec 31, 2003 ONLINE GALLERY Provides all artists with a free online
gallery to advertise their art for sale. For more information
contact: World Art Emporium, OR

Florida Outdoor Sculpture Competition seeks sculptures from artists
working in North America. $3000 best in show award. Entry fee. For
more contact: Polk Museum of Art, Outdoor Sculpture
Competition, 800 E Palmetto St, Lakeland FL 33801 OR
863-688-7743ex289 OR OR

Parliament of the World’s Religions and the United Religions
Initiative are seeking designs for a space where all religions can
feel safe. Not site-specific. All competitors must register
beforehand. For further contact: William Liskamm, The
United Religious Initiative, Box 29242, San Francisco CA 94129 OR
415-561-2300 OR OR

Dec 31, 2003 CALL FOR NATURE/ART FELLOWSHIP The Bermheim Arboretum
and Research Forest seeks artists who will work within the forest or
arboretum to create works that are inspired by nature. Housing and
financial grant of $2500 included. Painters, photographers,
sculptors and installation artists are eligible to apply. Artists are
asked to submit a resume, 10 labeled slides, slide list, artist
statement and an SASE to: Julie Schweitzer, Bernheim Arboretum and
Research Forest, Box 130, Clermont KY 40110 OR 502-955-8512ex243 OR

Dec 31, 2003 CALL FOR ART ENTRIES The Woman Made Gallery is
accepting entries from all in any medium. For prospectus send SASE
to: Woman Made Gallery, 2418 W Bloomingdale Av, Chicago IL 60647 OR

Dec 31, 2003 ACCEPTING EXHIBITION PROPOSALS For the 2005 season. All
media. Send 10 slides (per artists), slide list, 1 or 2-page
description of proposed exhibition, statement(s), resume and support
materials. SASE to: Old Firehouse Art Center, Box 783, Longmont CO
80502 OR

Charles Lewton-Brain/Brain Press
Box 1624, Ste M, Calgary, Alberta, T2P 2L7, Canada
Tel: 403-263-3955 Fax: 403-283-9053 Email: @Charles_Lewton-Brai1