Call for Entries: Arts in the Airport 2018

The Arts & Culture Alliance of Greater Knoxville and the Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority (McGhee Tyson Airport) announce a call for entries for the 20th Arts in the Airport, a juried exhibition developed to allow regional artists to compete and display work in the most visited site in the area. 
Approximately 40-45 fine art works encompassing all styles and genres from both emerging and established artists will comprise the exhibition in the secured area behind McGhee Tyson Airport’s security gate checkpoint from October 25, 2018 – April 17, 2019.
The deadline for entries to be received is Sunday, August 26, 2018.
Prizes include at least $1,000 in cash awards.
Artists may find more information and an entry form at www.knoxalliance.com/airport-entry/.

Call to Artists: Jewelry Box 2018

Cocoon Gallery is pleased to present Jewelry Box 2018, a Juried 3D Exhibition.

We seek to entice artists of all 3D mediums to investigate and explore the potential of the jewelry box. What is a box? What makes a jewelry box different from any other box? Does a jewelry box have to have corners, hold many pieces or only one piece, have to be functional? What materials can be used to house jewelry? Is the box the jewel? Is the jewel a box? What makes your jewelry box special – the materials, the design, the craftsmanship?

Best in Show $400 2nd Place $200 3rd Place $100

TIMELINE
Prospectus Available: June 18
Submission Deadline: Aug 27
Notification of Accepted Work: Sept 3
Delivery of Work: Sept 21, 11 am – 6pm or Sept 22, 10am – 5pm
Exhibition on View: Sept 26 – Oct 26
Opening Reception & Award Ceremony: Sept 28, 6pm – 9pm
Pick up of Work: Oct 27, 10am-5pm or Oct 28, 1 – 5pm or Oct 29, 11am-6pm

Read the full prospectus: Call for Artists 2018

To apply, go to: https://www.entrythingy.com/d=cocoongallery.com

Call to Artists: HotWorks Fine Art Show

3rd bi-annual HotWorks.org
Asheville Fine Art Show
October 27 & 28, 2018

Outdoors at Pack Square Park in Downtown Asheville, NC

Juried Fine Art & Fine Craft Show
All Categories Are Open!

Professional Artist Applications Now Being Accepted

Deadline to Apply July 12, 2018

What you need to know:

  • The Asheville Fine Art Show is produced by Hot Works fine art and fine craft shows, a company that has earned a national outstanding reputation for top-notch, high quality juried fine art and fine craft shows in Florida, Michigan and North Carolina
  • Asheville is, by far, North Carolina’s most affluent and sophisticated art-buying and art-loving audience
  • Institute for the Arts & Education is the associated 501c3 non-profit organization that focuses on visual arts, ethnic diversity, community enrichment and fostering art education among youth
  • All art must be original and personally handmade by the artist who is at the show – please do not apply if you do not personally make the work
  • Juried by Art Professionals whom have an art education and art show experience
  • Hot Works Executive Producer Patty Narozny has a loyal artist following because:
    • She works hard to keep out the buy/sell – and does the research to keep it out
    • She knows how to work the media, and brings in cultivated patrons with money to purchase high-end art
    • Patty’s unique brand of marketing with Hot Works has consistent, proven success
      Patty respects and always does her best to do what’s right for the artists and for the art fair industry
    • Patty has 30+ years’ experience as a successful event and media producer and the know-how to connect artists with art-buying audiences
    • Each artist’s booth sign states emphatically, “All work in this booth is personally handmade by…”
  • Although our philosophy is to put the money into advertising and promotion to benefit all artists in the show and to bring an art-buying patron with money to spend, there is $1,500 in professional artist awards
  • No stages or pulsating music! Music is low key so you don’t have to shout to sell your art.

Deadline to apply July 3; notifications by July 13

Upon acceptance into the show, booth rent is:

10×10 $475
10×15 $700
10×20 $950

· Rent includes 8’ white pipe and drape to separate space between booths plus a pole to go across the top front of your booth to hang lights, if needed

· Absolutely no more than 180 artists (or less)

· Limited onsite marketing opportunities, sponsorship and community enrichment packages are available

 

Interested? Please contact Executive Producer Patty Narozny at patty@hotworks.org , 248-684-2613.

More Info at www.hotworks.org

At Hot Works, your art is our passion!

Call to Artists: Join Toe River Crafts

Toe River Crafts will be jurying in new working members this July. If you are interested, please submit five images and a little something about yourself via email to toerivercrafts@gmail.com. For more information about our jurying process, please check out our website www.toerivercrafts.com or call 828-675-6068. Our jury date is July 11. Please make sure you get your information in TWO WEEKS before July 11.

Toe river crafts is a small cooperative gallery located in the South Toe River Valley. Toe River Crafts has works in several different mediums like clay, weaving, book arts, paintings, jewelry, fiber arts, printmaking, and handmade greeting cards. Toe River Crafts has been a part of the Toe River Valley for over 45 years.

Job Opening: Educational Outreach Coordinator and Studio Technician at Arrowmont

We’re Hiring!
Arrowmont is now accepting applications for a full-time Educational Outreach Coordinator and Studio Technician
Application Deadline: Friday, June 22, 2018

The Educational Outreach Coordinator and Studio Technician is responsible for coordinating and overseeing Arrowmont’s ArtReach programs (both local and regional) as well as maintaining educational equipment, materials, and supplies in all studios. While managing the ArtReach program, the position will also include some travel to surrounding Appalachian states (not to exceed 6 weeks per year) for the administration of off-campus ArtReach programming, as well as the coordination of local programs. The position is responsible for representing the organization and its art programs to local, regional, and national audiences including instructors, assistants, students, and prospective donors. As one of the studio technicians, this position oversees studio safety and maintenance of all studio facilities and equipment and makes recommendations for needed repairs and improvements as evidenced by use. The position reports to the Program and Studio Manager and also works closely with the Facilities Manager and Program Director. The position is an exempt salaried full-time position, year-round, and benefits eligible.

See the complete job posting on our website, www.arrowmont.org.

To apply, please send a one-page cover letter, a resume or CV, and a list of three professional references to Nick DeFord at ndeford@arrowmont.org with the e-mail subject line as “Educational Outreach Coordinator and Studio Technician.”

Review of applications will begin immediately, and the deadline for applications is Friday, June 22.

Call to Photographers: BRMAA National Photography Show

You are invited to enter the 2018 BRMAA National Juried Photography Show.  The 2018 BRMAA National Juried Photography Show is open to all photographers, amateur to professional, and all original photographic media, including film and digital images. Cash prizes totaling $3,000, including $750 for Best of Show, will be awarded.  Show dates are September 1 – September 29, 2018 at The Art Center.
DEADLINE TO ENTER:
July 13, 2018
The judge for this year’s show will be Larry Winslett.

To learn more about Larry, visit www.larrywinslettphotography.com
Click on the link below for the official prospectus.

Call to Artists: Speak at Creative Mornings

Got a story to tell about CRAFT?

This month, we’re letting the Audience Take the Stage.

That’s right, it’s your turn. We want Y O U to give a mini-CreativeMornings talk (5-6 minutes) at this month’s event on June 29. A handful of you will have the chance to share your story on the theme of craft.

Want to put your name in the hat to be a speaker? Here’s how:

  • RECORD a 60-second-MAXIMUM video snippet of yourself answering these two questions:
    • Who am I?
    • What’s my perspective on CRAFT? i.e., a glimpse of what your 5-6 minute talk will be about.
      No personal or business “pitching” allowed!
  • EMAIL it asheville@creativemornings.com by 5PM on Tuesday, June 12. (We’ll notify you if you’ve been selected by Thursday, June 14).

That’s IT! Best of luck 

Looking for a little inspiration? Here’s what the Mumbai chapter has to say about CRAFT:

A craft is the instrument in which the authenticity of your being is communicated.

Your craft is like a portal to your inner world, and as an artist, it’s your duty to pull it out of the vortex. Craft is a catalyst for our identity and the soil for cultivating meaning.

It behooves us to realize that who we are and become—our values, beliefs, thoughts, observations—influence what comes out of the violin, sketch, or photograph, not the other way around.

Important Dates and Times
Tuesday, June 12 at 5PM – Submissions Due!
Monday, June 25 at 11AM – Tickets go LIVE
Friday, June 29 at 8:30AM – Join us for the talk!

Art Vendors Needed: Marshall Handmade Market

Hardworking, creative craftsfolk and artisans ~ we heartily invite you to apply for the 2018 Marshall Handmade Market! The market has been growing steadily over the last few years, so this year we are expanding to a two day show – Saturday and Sunday, 10am-5pm!

The application fee is $20, and booth prices are:
10×10 – $200 (auditorium)
4×6 downstairs – $125 (auditorium + first floor hallways)
4×6 upstairs – $75 (second floor hallways, studios)

To apply, please fill out and submit this form on this page.

Call to Artists: Independent Study & Mentoring Program at Village Potters

The Village Potters Independent Study & Mentoring Program (ISM Program) offers a directed mentorship program for the developing potter, as well as, the serious hobby artist who wants to refine his or her skills. The ISM Program is specifically designed to offer a non-traditional/relational experience to help the emerging potter or seasoned potters hone skills, develop new skills, and if desired, make the move into a career in clay with a thorough understanding of what it take to run a creative business.

Deadline to apply is Friday, August 10th for November 1st, 2018 entry into the program.

Learn more about this opportunity at the Village Potters Website.

Call to Artists: Caldwell Arts Council Sculpture Celebration

Subject: Call for Sculpture Artists – 33rd Annual Sculpture Celebration

Who: Caldwell Arts Council, Lenoir, North Carolina

When: Saturday, September 8, 2018, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Where: T.H. Broyhill Walking Park, 945 Lakewood Drive, Lenoir, NC

Cost: $50-80 (Discounts available for early registration)

Caldwell Arts Council announces the 33rd annual Sculpture Celebration in Lenoir, NC on Saturday September 8, 2018 at the T.H. Broyhill Walking Park in Lenoir, North Carolina.

Sculptors are invited to bring up to 3 sculptures for this one-day competition for $11,000 in cash awards, along with potential sales and commissions. This annual event attracts sculptors and buyers from the eastern United States to Lenoir, North Carolina. Last year, over 4,500 people throughout the southeast attended the family-friendly celebration.

Early registration discounts are available. For additional details, contact the Caldwell Arts Council, 828-754-2486, info@caldwellarts.com, or visit www.caldwellarts.com.