Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Local arts opportunities!


Call for Entries: SOLOS 2012 
Deadline: July 1, 2011
The AAC is pleased to announce that three exciting panelists will lead our review process for SOLOS this year: Klaus Ottman, Curator at Large and Director of the Center for the Study of Modern Art for the Phillips Collection; Karen Milbourne, curator for the Smithsonian African Art Museum; and JJ McCracken, DC based installation artist and art professor. NOTIFICATION DATE: Sept 30, 2011. EXHIBITION DATES: April 13 - June 3, 2012 or Sept 7- Nov 4, 2012. Each year AAC selects 10 to 14 artists from across the Mid-Atlantic region for solo exhibitions in AAC's seven separate gallery spaces--or outside on the grounds. This SOLOS exhibition program provides an invaluable opportunity for emerging artists to exhibit work in an environment that is well-known for cutting edge, exciting contemporary art in the DC metro area. Qualifications: Artists who produce contemporary art in any and all media and who live or work in Virginia, Washington DC, Maryland, West Virginia, Delaware, or Pennsylania may submit exhibition proposal. Visit www.arlingtonartscenter.org/exhibitions for more information and to download an application.



Southern Regional Tech/Rec Complex Public Art Project #1 Exterior Entry
Deadline: July 15, 2011
The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Department of Parks and Recreation invites artists with professional experience in creating public art or site specific commissions to submit an application to design, fabricate and install original works of art for the exterior grounds of the Southern Regional Tech/Rec Complex (Tech/Rec), currently under construction in Fort Washington, Maryland. There are two concurrent calls for public art applications for this site; Project 1 – Exterior Entry and Project 2 – Patio. Artists and artist teams may apply for both, but no one artist or artist team will be awarded both commissions. $1000 will be provided to each finalist or finalist team selected to develop and present proposals, which shall include a scale model, samples of materials, and project budget. The project budget shall include estimates of the costs for materials, fabrication, outside contractors, engineering, transport, and installation. Eligibility: Artists and artist teams residing in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, North Carolina, and West Virginia with previous public art or large scale installation experience may apply.  For the complete prospectus and application: http://arts.pgparks.com/Community_Arts_Services/Artist_Resources.htm
For more information or questions, contact: Jeneanne Hunter, Arts Coordinator: 301-446-3242 / email Jeneanne.hunter@pgparks.com

Juried Exhibition - The Sky’s the Limit
Deadline: July 22, 2011   
The 2011 Prince George’s County Juried Exhibition, will present works in all media that incorporate photographic techniques. This year’s exhibition features purchase prizes by the Department of Parks and Recreation as well as the Prince George’s Arts Council. Photographic imagery is ubiquitous in nearly every aspect of our lives, from billboards, to cell phone videos, to keepsake albums, to Facebook profiles. It is just as pervasive throughout contemporary art – even in media that are often thought of in stark contrast to traditional photography. The Sky’s the Limit presents a glimpse of the ways photography employs itself throughout the visual arts, here and now. Juried by Michael Platt and hosted at the Brentwood Arts Exchange, the exhibition presents the best photo-inclusive art by artists who live, work, or study in Prince George’s County.

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