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Some possible metals oriented opportunities culled from the art deadlines list


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Hi all, these have been selected from this months art deadlines
list, some may be of interest to you. You can subscribe to the whole
art deadlines list (about 110 pages a month of opportunities) at

http://artdeadlineslist.com/subscribe/

best Charles

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 NV 87701 OR
http://www.lasvegasartscouncil.org

November 30, 2003 The Humanities Fine Arts Gallery of the University
of Minnesota Morris - is accepting exhibition proposals for
2004-2005 and 2005-2006 academic years. Send 10 to 20 slides of
recent work, artist’s statement, resume, and SASE to be considered
for solo or group show. No prospectus. Deadline for Submissions is
December 15th, 2003. Send to: Michael Eble, Division of the
Humanities, University of Minnesota Morris, Morris MN 56367. For more
e-mail meble@mrs.umn.edu. The University of Minnesota
Morris is an equal opportunity educator and employer.

Nov 21, 2003 NEW CALL FOR OLYMPIC SITE ART PROPOSALS Proposals are
requested from artists, design professionals, and/or teams to create
a site-specific entryway enhancement on highway 224 commemorating
Park City’s participation as an Olympic Venue City in 2002, and its
rich sporting heritage and future. Budget is $100,000. The project
can incorporate sculpture, landscaping, hardscaping, lighting, and
other interpretive elements. For full details and to respond contact:
Myles C Rademan, Olympic Legacy Entryway Enhancement Project OR
435-615-5200 OR http://www.parkcity.org OR myles@parkcity.org

Nov 20, 2003 INTERNATIONAL SMALL WORKS COMPETITION All styles and
media. Website exposure and exhibition. Juried. Entry fee. For a
prospectus send SASE to: Michael Jason, Manhattan Arts
International, 200 East 72 St Suite 26L-AD, New York NY 10021 OR
212-472-1660 OR http://www.ManhattanArts.com OR
info@ManhattanArts.com

Nov 21, 2003 EXHIBITION: DOCUMENT Exhibit Dates are Jan 5-25, 2004.
Two- and three-dimensional works in all media. Works of
documentation, documentary, documenting, and documents. Not limited
to visual media Contact: TIXE Gallery, 113 W 42nd Street, New York NY
10036 OR http://www.chashama.org/113/applications.htm OR
tixe113@hotmail.com

Nov 21, 2003 INTERNATIONAL JURIED SHOW Open to all artists, all
media. Exhibition to be held starting January 26, 2004. For a
prospectus send an SASE to: Christine Cusano, New Jersey Center for
Visual Arts, 68 Elm St, Summit NJ 07901 OR 908-273-9121 OR
http://www.njcva.org OR njcva@n,cva.org Nov 24, 2003 NEW OPEN CALL
FOR ARTISTS Display your Art on phatLiterature’s TV Program.
phatLiterature is a one-hour literary television program. Each
segment of phatLiterature features conversations between hosts
Gabrielle David and Nathalie Handal, an occasional guest co-host
(featured guest) and several prominent writers. Each episode is taped
before a live audience and aired on various public television
networks across the country. phatLiterature is looking for artists
(any medium) to display their work on the set on our upcoming shows
in 2004 (February-May). This is a great opportunity to network with
other artists, get exposure, and get paid $100 for your expenses (as
we confirm additional funding, we hope to be able to increase this
figure). To submit your works for consideration please send slides
(marked with an X to indicate the top and the size of each piece) to:
Lorraine Nuzzo, phatLiterature Art, Box 12372, Hauppauge NY 11788 OR
http://www.theiaas.org OR lorraine@galleryblue.com

Nov 26, 2003 NEW CALL FOR ENTRIES The gallery welcomes all media
including installations. Juried. Entry fee. Winner receives solo
exhibition of one-month duration. For details and entry forms
contact: The Artists’ Museum, 406 7th Street NW, Washington DC 20004
OR 202-638-7001 OR http://www.artistsmuseum.com OR amuseum@erols.com

Nov 28, 2003 ARTISTS’ WREATHS Dec 5-15, 2003. Work must be for sale.
50% commission. Contact: Gallery 218, 218 South 2nd St, Milwaukee WI
OR 414-270-1043 OR http://www.gallery218.com

Nov 30, 2003 NEW ARTISTS’ OPPORTUNITY AIM V - SYZYGY (the human
remix) Open to all. Work must be time-based and address the theme,
"the question of the human/machine ‘remix.’ Derived from a Greek
root meaning “yoked or paired” syzygy implies a state of
interdependent duality that speaks to the increasingly permeated
relationship between human and machine. Contact: University of
Southern California School of Fine Arts OR http://www.usc.edu/aim

Nov 30, 2003 NEW CALL FOR ARTISTS GALLERIA DE FELICE, located in
the world class Davenport Hotel, seeks professional artists and
craftspeople of all mediums for representation. Submissions will be
reviewed on a monthly basis. Contact: Vincent De Felice, GALLERIA DE
=46ELICE, The Davenport Hotel, 10 South Post St, Spokane WA 99201 OR
509-624-2800 OR http://www.galleriadefelice.com OR
galleriadefelice@thedavenporthotel.com

Nov 30, 2003 NEW CALL FOR ARTWORK IN ROTATING EXHIBIT The
Massachusetts General Cancer Center hosts a rotating exhibition
intended to offer encouragement to patients, families, staff and
friends. The hospital accepts slides of artwork in any medium. For a
prospectus contact: Beth Homicki OR 617-726-6298 OR
http://www.partners.org OR ehomicki@partners.org

Nov 30, 2003 NEW CALL FOR NEW ARTISTS’ RESIDENCY De Ateliers is an
independent institute in Amsterdam that supports artistic
development. A yearly stipend for basic living costs, travel, and
lodging are offered to participating artists. For more information
contact: De Ateliers, Stadhouderskade 86, 1073 AT Amsterdam, The
Netherlands OR 0031-20-6739359 OR http://www.de-ateliers.nl

Nov 30, 2003 NEW CALL FOR PUBLIC ART The City of Chicago’s
Department of Cultural Affairs Public Art Program, through an
authorized agreement with the CTA, will administer the solicitation,
selection, design, creation and installation of public art for the
eight stations currently under reconstruction. $800,000 budget for
art procurement. For more contact: Chicago Department of
Cultural Affairs, Chicago Cultural Center, 78 East Washington St,
Chicago IL 60602 OR 312-744-2947 OR http://www.transit chicago.com
OR culture@cityofchicago.org

Nov 30, 2003 NEW CALL FOR PUBLIC ART Sound Transit is building a
regional transit system over the next seven years, which will
incorporate public art through the STart public art program. Artwork
that celebrates the history, culture, and people of the region will
be included. For more contact: Carol Valenta, STart, 1401
South Jackson St, Seattle WA 98104 OR
http://www.soundtransit.org/stbusiness/start/roster.htm OR
valentac@soundtransit.org

Nov 30, 2003 NEW NATURAL SCIENCES AND ARTS RESIDENCY The Sitka
Center for Art and Ecology residency program explores the
relationship between fine arts, crafts, and natural sciences,
offering workshops in mediums within these subjects. Experimental and
traditional methods are encouraged within the curriculum. For more
contact: Sitka Residency, Box 65, Otis OR 97368 OR
541-994-5485 OR http://www.sitkacenter.org OR info@sitkacenter.org

Nov 30, 2003 NEW NEW ARTISTS’ RESIDENCY De Ateliers is an
independent institute in Amsterdam that supports artistic
development. A yearly stipend for basic living costs, travel, and
lodging are offered to participating artists. For more information
contact: De Ateliers, Stadhouderskade 86, 1073 AT Amsterdam, The
Netherlands OR 0031-20-6739359 OR http://www.de-ateliers.nl

Nov 30, 2003 NEW SCULPTURE STUDIO RESIDENCY The Bubec Sculpture
Studio is an independent cooperative designed for artists who
require facilities suitable for focused monumental sculpture and
installation work and who are interested in meeting international
members. Residencies last from one to five months and include basic
supplies and sculpting facilities. $500 fee per month. Applicants
should send brief artist statement, proposal, CV, and visual
documentation. For more contact: Sculpture Studio Bubec,
Radounova 1, 155 00 Praha 5, Czech Republic OR 420-251-625-815 OR
http://www.bubec.cz OR info@bubec.cz

Nov 30, 2003 NEW SEEKING DIRECTOR OF ARTS & CULTURAL AFFAIRS The
Director of Arts and Cultural Affairs will provide key public sector
leadership for assuring that the arts and creativity help drive the
City of Tampa’s development. The salary range for this position is
$95,116 to $116,833 DOQ. The Director of Arts & Cultural Affairs is
required to live in the City limits of the City of Tampa. The City
will provide relocation assistance. Contact: Beth S Wallace,
Director of Package Solutions, Blackwell Consulting Services LLC, 100
S Wacker Dr Suite 800, Chicago IL 60606 OR 312-873-5285 OR
877-804-8853 OR 312-553-0745(FAX)

Nov 30, 2003 CALL FOR SLIDES The Humanities Fine Arts Gallery of the
University of Minnesota Morris - is accepting exhibition proposals
for 2004-2005 and 2005-2006 academic years. Send 10 to 20 slides of
recent work, artist’s statement, resume, and SASE to be considered
for solo or group show. No prospectus. Deadline for Submissions is
December 15th, 2003. The University of Minnesota Morris is an equal
opportunity educator and employer. Send to: Michael Eble, Division of
the Humanities, University of Minnesota Morris, Morris MN 56367 OR
meble@mrs.umn.edu

Nov 30, 2003 JURIED SCULPTURE COMPETITION Artists from the United
States and Canada are invited to submit outdoor sculptures to be
featured at the Fifth Annual Peace Arch Park International Sculpture
Exhibition from May 1-Sept 30, 2004. The criteria for selecting the
art for exhibition includes artistic impression, quality,
durability, aesthetic appeal, and park and community appropriateness.
All materials must be completely weatherproof and suitable for public
viewing. Site specific proposals are acceptable. For a prospectus
mail a SASE to: United States Canada Peace Anniversary Association,
Box 4564, Blaine WA 98231-4564 OR 360-332-7165 OR
http://www.peacearchpark.org OR info@peacearchpark.org

Dec 01, 2003 NEW CALL FOR ARTIST PROPOSALS The city of Musashino
in Tokyo is requesting proposals from artists who are interested in
creating art works with schoolchildren. This project is aimed to
cultivate the children’s sensitivity, symbolize the school and be
cherished by people in the community. This open competition project
is based on the community participation. It invites applications for
the works from the public, holds an exhibition of the proposed ideas
afterwards, and as for a certain work, provides an opportunity for
the citizens — including children, parents, teachers, and people in
the community — to vote and select. The project widely invites
proposals for the works that will be created on the premise that the
children at Onoden Elementary School will participate in the process
of the creation in some way or another. The project aims to produce
high quality public art works that take root in the community and are
loved by people for a long time. Send all materials to: Sumiko Amano,
Town Art Co Ltd, Public Art Open Competition Project, Onoden
Municipal Elementary School in Musashino, Design Information Center
4F, 1-14-5 Hamamatsu-cho, Minato-ku Tokyo 105-0013, JAPAN OR
03-3434-3042 OR 03-3437-3049(FAX) OR
http://www.townart.co.jp/onoden/english/index.htm OR
info@townart.co.jp

Dec 01, 2003 NEW CALL FOR ART BY WOMEN The Women’s Center
announces a call for entries to its 20th annual juried art show and
sale, Through Women’s Eyes, By Women’s Hands. The event, the largest
show of its kind in the state, will be held February 20-29, 2004, at
the Sheraton Chapel Hill Hotel. The Women’s Center is a non-profit
resource center offering education, referral and
support services to Triangle area women and their families. For more
contact: Shuly Cawood, The Women’s Center, 210 Henderson
St, Chapel Hill NC 27514 OR 919-968-4610 OR
http://www.womenspace.org OR career@womenspace.org

Dec 01, 2003 NEW PRINTMAKING FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM Open to emerging
artists of all disciplines and cultural backgrounds; no previous
printmaking experience is necessary. Artists will create printmaking
projects in collaborative residencies. Honorarium. For guidelines
send an SASE to: Lower East Side Printshop, 59-61 E 4th St #6W, New
York NY 10003 OR 212-673-5390 OR http://www.PrintShop.org

Dec 01, 2003 NEW SMALL WORKS ART EXHIBIT The Upstream Gallery
seeks artists not affiliated with the gallery for up to four pieces
of artwork. 15-inch size limit including frame and base. Entry fee
(returned if art is not accepted). 20% commission on sales. For more
contact: Upstream Gallery, 26 Main St, Dobbs Ferry NY
10522 OR 914-674-8548 OR upstreamgallery@aol.com

Dec 05, 2003 NEW ART COMPETITION The Spertus Museum seeks artists
and designers of all nationalities and religions for an exhibit on
spiritual concepts of light. $10000 to winning piece. Guidelines are
available from: Spertus Prize Competition, Spertus Museum, 618 South
Michigan, Chicago IL 60605 OR 312-922-3934(FAX) OR
http://www.spertus.edu OR museum@spertus.edu

Dec 05, 2003 NEW SEEKING PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS Commission an
artwork for the new Science Building located on the University’s
campus in Las Vegas, New Mexico. Artists submitting proposals should
be experienced in creating environments or installations on a large
scale. The LSC seeks an artist able to create a large-scale project
unifying the entire Science Building and elements from all branches
of science. The artwork may use any or all of the available space to
illustrate this theme. Up to five finalists will be chosen. Open to
all artists that are citizens of and reside within the United States.
The project budget is $165,250. For more or to receive a
prospectus, visit , or contact New Mexico Arts, Box 1450, Santa Fe NM
87504 OR 505-827-6490 OR 800-879-4278 OR http://www.nmarts.org OR
aipp@oca.state.nm.us

Dec 12, 2003 NEW FIGURATIVE ART EXHIBITION May 21-23, 2003. Fine
art and craft media. Space fee. Contact: Santa Fee Figurative Art
Experience, 1875 Brandon Dr, Los Lunas NM 87031 OR 505-865-8895 OR
505-865-7341(FAX) OR http://www.sfade.com

Dec 12, 2003 NEW JURIED SCULPTURE EXHIBIT The Foothills Art Center
seeks up to three sculptures per artist for exhibit. Up to $12000 in
awards. Entry fee. For prospectus or more and
specifications contact: Foothills Art Center, 809 15th St, Golden CO
80401 OR 303-279-3922 OR 303-279-9470(FAX) OR
http://www.foothillsartcenter.org OR fac@foothillsartcenter.org

Dec 14, 2003 NEW ART IN MOTION/MOTORCYCLE EXHIBITION Jun 11-Jul
16, 2004. Open to all artists. Artwork inspired by motorcycles. Entry
fee. 30% commission, insurance. SASE to: Minda Douglas, Indiana
University, Kokomo Art Gallery, 2300 S Washington, Kokomo IN 46904
OR 765-455-9523 OR http://www.iuk.edu/artgallery

Dec 15, 2003 NEW CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Subtle Technologies Festival
of Art and Science, May 27 - May 30 2004. Subtle Technologies is
currently inviting submissions for the symposium component of its
7th annual festival. Subtle Technologies challenges physicists,
geneticists, engineers, mathematicians, astronomers, architects,
dancers, media artists and musicians to contemplate how art and
science act upon one another and reshape perspectives. Throughout
four days of presentations, we aim to cover a wide variety of
subjects. The programming of the symposium is shaped by the
submissions of each year and is meant to broaden the scope of
disciplines or areas of research for those who attend. In the past,
topics addressed have included quantum physics , quantum computing
and other unconventional computing technologies, music, dance,
neurology, imaging technologies, holography, animation, genetics,
sonic explorations, sensing systems and devices, social systems,
complexity theory, and artificial intelligence. We encourage
demonstrations, and can accommodate / provide technical support for
almost any type of presentation. The festival is open to the public
and presentations must be accessible to a non-specialized audience.
Send your proposals to: Jim Ruxton, Subtle Technologies Programming,
1518 Queen Street West, Toronto ON M6R 1A4, Canada OR
http://www.subtletechnologies.com/submissions/index.html OR
programming@subtletechnologies.com

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 NV 87701 OR
http://www.lasvegasartscouncil.org

Dec 15, 2003 NEW CRAFT EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND Up to $1,000 to craft
artists experiencing a health crisis. Contact: Craft Emergency
Relief =46und, Box 838, Montpelier VT 05601 OR 802-229-2306 OR

Dec 15, 2003 NEW EMERGENCY ARTIST ASSISTANT FUND Up to $10,000.
The emergency assistant program is intended to provide interim
financial assistance to qualified artists whose needs are the result
of an unforeseen, catastrophic incident, and who lack the resources
to meet that situation. An artists must be able to demonstrate a
minimum involvement of 10 years in a mature phase of his or her work.
Artists must work in the disciplines of painting, sculpture or
printmaking. Contact: Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Foundation, 380 W
Broadway, New York NY 10012 OR 212-226-0581 OR

Dec 15, 2003 CALL FOR ENTRIES Rags 2004 Wearable Art Show & Sale
benefitting the YWCA. Seeking unique garments, accessories and
jewelry by artists from the Pacific Northwest and across the country.
For a prospectus and entry contact: Peggy Gordon Bing,
YWCA Rags Guild, 405 Broadway, Tacoma WA 98402 OR 253-445-9924(FAX)
OR http://www.YWCApiercecounty.org OR gordonbing@aol.com

Dec 17, 2003 NEW ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION Feb 11 - Mar 7,
2004. Juried. Entry fee of $30.00 for up to three works. All media.
For a prospectus send an SASE to: Camille Mosely-Pasley, Touchstone
Gallery, 406 7th St NW, Washington DC 20004 OR 202-347-2787 OR
info@touchstonegallery.com

Dec 31, 2003 NEW 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 fluxusart@yahoo.com

Dec 31, 2003 GALLERY SEEKS SLIDE SUBMISSIONS Artists will have
multiple opportunities to sell their work to various clients in
residential and commercial settings throughout the US. For more
on gallery representation, Artistic Lifestyling database
listings and webpage listings. Categories of interest include
oil/acrylic/watercolor, metal, fiber, sculpture, design art (faux
finishes/trompe l’oeil), pottery, mosaics Send artist
online portfolio or website links to: The Creativity Center Inc,
Attention Artistic Lifestyling 2004 Call for Entry, 190 Clayton
Commerce Center, Clayton NC 27520 OR 919-553-8451 OR
ArtInfo@ArtisticLifestyling.com

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, http://worldartemporium.co.uk OR
contact@worldartemporium.co.uk

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
mwinclaw@niu.edu

Jan 15, 2004 NEW CALL FOR FURNITURE ENTRIES Traditional,
contemporary, or futuristic work in all media is eligible for
submission in the Furniture Society’s Curv-iture show. The show will
be part of the annual conference at the Savannah School of Art and
Design, June 24-26, 2004. Participation is open to all members. For
application and contact: Andrew Glasgow, The Furniture
Society, Box 18, Free Union VA 22940 OR 828-255-1949 OR 828-255-1950
(Fax) OR http://www.furnituresociety.org OR Arsv164@aol.com

Jan 15, 2004 ANNUAL ARTIST RESIDENCIES IN HUNGARY Hungarian
Multicultural Center, Inc (HMC), 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). Also, every three -
four years we are organizing an exhibition for the participants at
Vizivarosi Gallery in Budapest. For more info and application form
please contact us. Open to all professional artists, writers,
painters, photographers. Juried from submitted slides, resumes and
statements/writers 5 pages sample writing. Slides of accepted work
will be retained for permanent file. For an entry form send an SASE
to: HMC, Box 141374, DALLAS TX 75214 OR http://ww.magyarszo.net OR
bszechy@yahoo.com

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
http://www.furnituresociety.org/exhibit/curves/curves.html OR
pa@terceragallery.com

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 joregan@jhu.edu OR http://www.jhu.edu/historichouses

Jan 30, 2004 ERASMUS INSTITUTE FELLOWSHIPS 2004-05 The Institute
offers three types of residential fellowships: for dissertation
students (advanced graduate students actually in the writing phase);
for recent Ph.D.s and untenured faculty; and for more senior faculty.
Fellowships are provided for a complete academic year although
applications for a single semester will be considered. Fellowships
are both stipendiary and non-stipendiary. Stipendiary dissertation
fellowships provide $15,000; postdoctoral fellowships $35,000;
faculty fellowship stipends vary according to the fellow’s 2003-2004
salary at time of application. The Institute also welcomes
applications for residence from scholars with funding from other
sources. All application materials, including letters of
recommendation, must be received in hard copy format at: Erasmus
Institute, Residential Fellowships, 1124 Flanner Hall, Notre Dame IN
46556-5611 OR http://www.nd.edu/~erasmus OR erasmus@nd.edu

Jan 31, 2004 ANNUAL NATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION All artists over 21
working in any medium are encouraged to enter. Exhibit starts April
20, 2004. Cash awards include $5,000, Best of Show $1,000. For a
prospectus send an SASE to: Plano Art Association NJE, Box 866771,
Plano TX 75086 OR http://www.planoart.org

Jan 31, 2004 INTERNATIONAL JURIED ART EXHIBIT Visions VIII: Call for
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 jenniferweb@insightbb.com

Feb 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 Review@wm.edu

Feb 02, 2004 NEW CALL FOR MINIATURE WOOD/PAPER ART The 7th
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
http://www.temiscamingue.net/salleaugustinchenier/biam/index.html

Feb 09, 2004 ANNUAL JURIED EXHIBITION Culture & Agriculture features
fine art with agricultural themes. Artists working in media such as
painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, original prints, mixed
media and fine crafts such as ceramics, batik, metals, tapestry, etc.
are encouraged to enter. We are not able to accept video or film. All
styles of work are considered. Yearly attendance is estimated at over
4,500. To receive a prospectus, send SASE to: Robyn Laughlin-Eron,
New Visions Gallery, Inc., Culture & Agriculture, 1000 N Oak Av,
Marshfield WI 54449 OR 715/387-5562 OR
http://www.newvisionsgallery.org OR newvisions.gallery@verizon.net

Mar 20, 2004 NATIONAL CRAFT COMPETITION A survey of contemporary
craft in red, yellow, blue. May 20 - July 1, 2004. Juried. Entry fee.
Open to all artists residing in the United States and working in fine
craft media using any or all of the primary colors in the
construction or design of the work. Sales commission. For a
prospectus send an SASE to: Artisans Center of Virginia, 601
Shenandoah Village Dr, Waynesboro VA 22980 OR 540-946-3294 OR
http://www.artisanscenterofvirginia.org OR acv@nexet.net

Mar 31, 2004 CALL FOR COLORED PENCIL ART Sponsored by CPSA, Colored
Pencil Society of America - 12th Annual International Exhibition &
Convention Exhibition - July 17 to August 9, 2004, at the Jay Etkin
Gallery, 409 South Main, Memphis TN. Juried. Opening reception
August 7th, 2004. For a prospectus send a #10 SASE to: Pam Zubrod,
CPSA/Porter, 9249 South Broadway #200-210, Highlands Ranch CO 80129
OR 901-861-0225 OR http://www.cpsa.org

Apr 15, 2004 NEW 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 http://www.lywam.org OR museum@lywam.org

Jun 30, 2004 SMALL WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST The Nikon International
Small World Competition is dedicated to furthering creativity and
excellence in photomicrography. Combining microscopy and
photography, a photomicrographer is able to capture an image of the
world that the naked eye cannot see. Contact: Nikon OR
http://nikonsmallworld.com

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 norma@northtahoearts.com

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

Our Collaborative site to benefit the worlds’ jewelers:
http://ganoksin.com/ Over 500 pages of Charles’ writing:
http://tinyurl.com/k5v3 Book and Video
descriptions:http://www.ganoksin.com/kosana/brain/brain.htm Gallery
page at: http://www.ganoksin.com/brain/gallery.htm