|Provincetown Conservation Trust
Call for Entry
Application Deadline: 3/31
The Provincetown Conservation Trust is spearheading a not-for-profit arts event – “Appearances” – to take place in the spring. “Appearances” is a “Green Arts Festival”, bringing awareness to the local community and to visitors of environmental concerns and opportunities by creating kinetic artworks, recyclable artworks and works that will be transformed by the elements during the duration of the event, as well as eco-centric works from other artistic disciplines such as painting, photography, poetry, readings, short films and performance art exhibited or performed at sites throughout Provincetown. Outdoor sculpture/installation submissions are strongly encouraged and will be displayed on Provincetown Conservation Trust sites and other settings.
|Burlington City Arts
Application Deadline: 4/4
The Seven Below Arts Initiative Artist-In-Residence Program was established to foster artistic development and to support arts education in the state of Vermont. Seven Below, in partnership with Burlington City Arts, is pleased to request proposals for six-week residencies at The Barn near Burlington, Vermont. The residencies are designed to provide artists with a peaceful, inspiring, and supportive environment for individual and/or collaborative new work. The residency program is open to artists at any stage of their career and working in various visual arts media. The ideal applicant should be an artist with a history of rigorous work, excellent communication skills, and enthusiasm for interacting with other artists and the public. Although Burlington City Arts cannot subsidize travel to Vermont, they encourage the participation of artists from outside New England as well as locally.
|Attleboro Arts Museum
Call for Entry
Application Deadline: 5/12
The Attleboro Arts Museum is known for making and presenting dynamic work in the visual, performing and language arts, and has a strong reputation for its exhibitions, education programs, and facilities. On the Threshold is a national juried exhibition seeking artists in all mediums and concepts that communicate your literal or emotional views of “On the Threshold,” i.e. looking in or out of your door, interiors, vistas, and/or transitions. The show will be on display at the Attleboro Arts Museum from July 14–Aug 10, 2012, and six juror’s prizes of $100 each will be awarded.
|Experimental Media & Performing Arts Center
Application Deadline: 5/14
Founded by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, EMPAC offers artists, scholars, researchers, engineers, designers, and audiences opportunities for wide-ranging creative exploration. EMPAC operates nationally and internationally, attracting creative individuals from around the world and sending new artworks and innovative ideas onto the global stage. The scope and intent of residencies may vary. They can either be short-term or part of a longer-term development process. A residency may be used to develop a part of a project, to explore a concept, to research artistic and technical feasibility of a certain idea, to develop computer programs or specific hardware, to bring an audiovisual work through post-production, to rehearse, or to test a work at full production scale. Any artist working in experimental media and performing arts is eligible to apply. EMPAC welcomes great diversity in their applicants’ nationality, age, and discipline.