Spring 2014

Art and Art History Event Calendar


Life Model Sessions

Every Tuesday Starting February 4

8:30-10:00 PM, Montgomery Hall

45th Annual All Student Show

March 5th, 4:45 PM, Boyden Gallery

Alumni Spotlight: Sarah Sachs 


Sarah received her BA in Studio Art from St. Mary's College of Maryland in 2006. In 2008, she received her Masters of Art in Digital Art from Maryland Institute College of Art, and in 2009 she received her Masters of Fine Art in Photography and Digital Imaging, also from Maryland Institute College of Art. Through her fine art work, Sarah explores the dichotomy between human and digital memory, how the two influence one another, and how they are affected by natural and technological elements of decay. She hopes to create a dialogue about the relationships between personal memory, society’s collective memory, and collective cultural identity. 

Sarah Sachs Photography


Art Student Resources > Current Opportunities

Internships / Exhibition Opportunities / Workshops and Classes / Grad School / Calls for papers and other opportunities


Other opportunities are also posted at our Facebook Page as well.



North End Gallery Emerging Artists’ Intern

We offer two “internships” at the North End Gallery for younger artists, between the ages of 18-30. Artists must reside in, or be a student in, the tri-county area of Calvert, St. Mary’s, or Charles Counties. Interns are selected by a committee of two regular Gallery members based on a review of the artist’s
application (below), his/her portfolio (a minimum of 3 pieces), and a personal interview. Internships are for up to two years and are reviewed on an annual basis.
More information and an application here.

 APT Intern Application

APT offers an internship opportunity to college and graduate students, as well as recent graduates, introducing them to the unique activities of a global company combining the arts and financial services. Internships are located at the headquarters office in New York, with support provided to all APT locations. Interns gain hands-on experience covering various aspects of the company.

Terms are flexible, ranging from three months to a year, and include a small stipend depending on the length of the internship. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply by submitting an online application or mailing the downloadable application form to the below address, at least 3 months prior to the preferred start date.

Downloadable Application

Any questions can be sent to internship@aptglobal.org

Chashama Internships
Intern in: Arts Programming & Development, Arts Administration or Graphic Design, 2 or 3 days/wk. Email résumé  and 1-p cover letter. Be "bright, dependable, hardworking, self-motivated, detail-oriented and possess strong communication skills."  2 Lydia Mak, Internships - Programming, Admin, Design, Chashama, 201 East 42nd St  Ste 3225-29, NYC 10017. 212-391-8151; lydia@chashama.org; Chashama.org

Washington Printmakers Gallery Intern
Washington Printmakers Gallery offers internships to area undergrads in arts-related majors (printmaking, museum studies, art history, etc) for school credit. The ideal candidate has some knowledge of printmaking as well as basic computer skills in Excel, Word, and Photoshop. Attention to detail and reliability is key. This internship is unpaid, but the right applicant will meet successful Washington, DC artists and collectors while learning the inner workings of a successful gallery that has been consistently running for 25 years. Major duties include: contributing to the DCimPRINT blog; maintaining print inventory; installing exhibitions; updating events calendars, gallery websites and records; assisting at events; researching grant opportunities and drafting grant proposals.

Time and duration of the internship is flexible. Interested applicants should send a cover email and resume to Annie Newman at info@washingtonprintmakers.com with "WPG Internship" in the subject line.


    Washington Project for the Arts is currently seeking a Design Intern.  The Design Intern will be responsible for assisting with creating program announcements, flyers, exhibition guides signage and other communications materials for WPA. This is in addition to our ordinary intern duties —  everything from assisting with fundraising events and exhibit installations to proofreading and stuffing envelopes.

    The Design Intern will gain insight into the diverse functions that are necessary run a non-profit arts organization. Interns here find that the more effort they put into their internship experience, the more they get out of it. The right candidate for a WPA internship is responsible, enthusiastic and organized. Interns are expected to be prompt, able to meet deadlines, and operate effectively in an office environment.

    This is a project-based position suitable for a Graphic Design major. The right candidate will not only be able to fulfill the requirements to be a solid intern generally, but will be able to deliver consistently excellent work product that blends creativity and usability while maintaining a look and feel that is readily identifiable as belonging to WPA.  Internships are unpaid but hours are flexible and students can arrange to receive academic credit through their college or university. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume as well as any relevant portfolio work to Christopher Cunetto at ccunetto@wpadc.org


    Washington Project for the Arts is currently seeking a general intern. Our interns and work study participants have been and continue to be an outstanding source of support to this organization. An internship with WPA is a great opportunity for students to gain experience working within a professional environment and to become involved with the contemporary arts community of the District of Columbia region.

    Projects for our interns vary from day to day depending on our programming. Interns in our office find themselves doing everything from assisting with fundraising events and exhibit installations to proofreading and stuffing envelopes. Interns will gain insight into the diverse functions that are necessary to create exhibitions and run a non-profit arts organization. Interns here find that the more effort they put into their internship experience, the more they get out of it. Internships are unpaid but hours are flexible and students can arrange to receive academic credit through their college or university.

    The right candidate for a WPA internship is responsible, enthusiastic and organized. A background in the visual arts is not mandatory but is strongly preferred. Interns are expected to be prompt, able to meet deadlines, and operate effectively in an office environment.

    Applicants interested in an internship should submit a resume and cover letter to Christopher Cunetto at ccunetto@wpadc.org. No phone calls please.

Pyramid Atlantic Studio Internship

Pyramid Atlantic offers internship opportunities four times a year to 2-4 enthusiastic, engaged, and serious-minded college or post-college artists. Our interns assist resident artists, renters, artistic staff, and with printmaking, papermaking and book arts projects. In addition to hands-on experience with artistic projects, interns gain an understanding of the day-to-day operation of a non-profit art center and gallery.

Typical intern tasks include:

-Maintaining the studios for visiting artists, renters, and outreach events
-Helping in the gallery with exhibition preparation, installation, and de-installation.
-Assisting in the production of prints or handmade paper
-Setting up and breaking down evening programs
-Assisting with events preparation

Interns work for Pyramid Atlantic 10 am-4pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week. Candidates should have a strong interest in art, be highly motivated, and comfortable working within a studio environment. Interns, in exchange, are given an opportunity to work on their own art in a creative and unique environment alongside experienced art professionals. Additionally, interns will also participate in an edition exchange and free workshops. During their internship, interns are expected to work on their own art at least one day a week. The internship will culminate in a group exhibition.

Winter 2012 January 10-March 6

Application deadline: November 11
Notification: December 14

Spring 2012 March 20- May 10

Application deadline: January 13
Notification: February 10

Summer 2012 May 22-August 9

Application deadline: March 9
Notification: April 1

Application Requirements:

• Current resume of work experience
• Letter of intent highlighting why internship at Pyramid Atlantic is important to you and what skills and experience you would bring.
• One letter of reference
• 10-20 images of recent work with a slide script

Mail or deliver application materials by the postmark deadline.
Please do not e-mail any materials.

Pyramid Atlantic Art Center
Attention: Internship Program
8230 Georgia Avenue
Silver Spring, MD 20910


Annmarie Sculpture Garden and Arts Center Opportunities

There are many ways to participate at Annmarie Garden!  Visit their website to review their many opportunities - exhibits, festivals, markets, teaching opportunities, the artist-in-residence program, selling your work in the gift shop, and more!

Spring, Summer, and Fall internship program information here!


Corcoran Gallery of Art Internships

The Corcoran Gallery of Art offers internships for undergraduate and graduate students throughout the year. Based on a program of supervised learning, Corcoran internships provide students with an opportunity to experience museum operations and to pursue academic and professional goals.

The Corcoran offers academic year internships (September–May) to college juniors and seniors, graduate students, and students between academic degree programs. To correspond with class schedules, interns arrange flexible work hours (approximately 15–25 hours per week) or can choose to intern full-time. Interns are asked to apply to specific departments at the Corcoran. During the academic year, interns work on projects uniquely designed for that specific term with direction from their supervisor. Students desiring academic credit for their internship must make appropriate arrangements with their college or university. The Corcoran can offer no stipend.

    •    Curatorial
    •    Design
    •    Development & Membership
    •    Director’s Office
    •    Education
    •    Finance & Administration
    •    Marketing
    •    Public Relations
    •    Special Events
    •    And More

Students from all academic majors are encouraged to apply. If you have any questions regarding the summer internship program please refer to the website, http://www.corcoran.org/get_involved/internships.php or contact the Intern Coordinator at (202) 639-1739 or via email at kfunk@corcoran.org.

Materials should be submitted in one package to: Katie Funk, Intern Coordinator, Corcoran Gallery of Art, 500 Seventeenth Street NW, Washington, DC 20006.

For more information: http://www.corcoran.org/get_involved/internships.php

Americans for the Arts summer interns

Americans for the Arts seeks summer interns in Washington, DC and in New York, NY http://www.AmericansForTheArts.org/about_us/internships.asp
Americans for the Arts, the nation's leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts in America, seeks summer interns. With a 45-year record of service, it is dedicated to representing and serving local communities and creating opportunities for every American to participate in and appreciate all forms of the arts.
The Americans for the Arts Internship Program offers undergraduate students, graduate students, and recent college graduates the opportunity to investigate and participate in the operations of the nations leading nonprofit for advancing the arts in America. Through a combination of learning experiences, work projects, and group collaborations, interns become integral members of our team. Program benefits may include career support, member services, and a series of leadership discussions with Americans for the Arts staff. Interns are expected to participate in daily activities, contribute skills and ideas, and produce excellent work, all the while preparing to become the next generation of arts, nonprofit, and cultural leaders.

Intern positions available in DC
    •    Arts Action Fund
    •    Executive Office
    •    Government and Public Affairs Leadership
    •    Alliances/Development
    •    Local Arts Advancement
    •    Marketing and Communications
    •    Meetings and Events
    •    Membership Marketing
    •    Research Services

Intern positions available in NY
    •    Arts Policy
    •    Arts Marketing
    •    Art and Business Council of New York
    •    Private Sector Initiatives

To apply, please visit our website (http://www.americansforthearts.org/about_us/internships.asp) for full descriptions of each internship and additional details about our program. If any of our internships seem like the right fit for you, please complete all required application materials and email them to resume@artsusa.org with “Summer Internship Application” in the subject line.

Internships at NMWA!

The National Museum of Women in the Arts offers paid and unpaid internships for undergraduate and graduate students and recent graduates seeking valuable experience in the heart of Washington, D.C.

Internship opportunities are available seasonally in the fall, spring, and summer in a variety of departments. Unpaid interns must make a minimum commitment of 20 hours (2.5 days) per week for three months; time commitments for paid internships vary.

    Summer Term (June–August): March 15
    Fall Term (September–December): June 15
    Spring Term (January–May): October 15

More information and apply here.

Help Us Out! Volunteer Opportunities at WPA
WPA is currently seeking volunteers to assist with WPA exhibition and event Hickok Cole Art Night in September. Interested in volunteering?  Contact Membership Manager Christopher Cunetto at ccunetto@wpadc.org.


Get Involved at Maryland Art Place!
MAP offers internships for upper level college students, graduate students and recent graduates. Fall, Spring and Summer Internships available. MAP hours: 9 am-5 pm, Tuesday-Saturday.

Interns are responsible for assisting MAP in a variety of ways, ranging from programming to administration, with opportunities for special projects depending on skills and professional interest. Intern duties include: performing research; assisting with gallery preparation and installation; coordinating events, social media and community outreach.

Required: High interest. Positive attitude. Professional demeanor. Reliability. 
Preferred: Familiarity with Mac and PC platforms; Microsoft Office; Photoshop; social media.

MAP is currently accepting applications for Spring 2012 Internships. 

Interested applicants should email a cover letter briefly outlining their interest in the position and their educational and professional goals, along with a résumé to Sofia Rutka: sofia@mdartplace.org.

Internship Opportunities at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery

The Museum Internship Program is designed to provide exposure to and experience in a museum environment to undergraduate students, graduate students, and recent graduates. Under the supervision of a department head and key staff members, interns will participate in daily administrative and research activities conducive to their academic and professional growth.
The Summer Session runs from June - August. Participants are required to intern a minimum of ten hours a week and must complete 120 hours during the course of the internship. The deadline for Summer Session applications is March 15.
Departments Available:
Accounting, Curatorial
Deputy Director’s Office,
Development, Digital Media Collection, Education, Events/Marketing/Public Relations, Guest Services, Human Resources, Library,Publications, Registrar

For more information, please contact Megan Crowley at 716.270.8335, or mcrowley@albrightknox.org.


Art Cataloging Internship 2013-2014
Deadline: 08/10/13

This academic-year internship will run for thirty-six weeks from September 2013 through May 2014. The intern must complete eight hours a week.
Under the direct supervision of the Art Cataloger, the intern will provide support to enhance the cataloging of art objects, with an emphasis on the painting and sculpture collections in MIMSY XG, the museum’s collection information management system.
The intern will be responsible for enhancing and creating people/organization and place records in accordance with recognized, museum community–wide standards and best practices, including Cataloging Cultural Objects and the Getty vocabularies. This is an ideal role for a highly detailed person with an interest in cataloging and metadata.

Please see website for responsibilities and qualifications.

For more information, please contact Megan Crowley at 716.270.8335, or mcrowley@albrightknox.org.


Deadline: 08/10/13

This internship will run for thirty-six weeks from September 2013 through May 2014. The intern must complete eight hours a week.

Under the direction of the Senior Registrar for the Collection, the intern will be expected to assess, re-house into archival folders, and organize the existing files in a consistent manner. The categories for organization will be determined by the Senior Registrar for the Collection. These files are an invaluable resource and are utilized on a daily basis. It is expected that this project will result in significant progress in the Gallery’s management of these files. This project will enable Gallery staff, scholars, and students to have greater access to these materials and will ensure proper housing for archival stability.

Please see website for qualifications.

For more information, please contact Megan Crowley at 716.270.8335, or mcrowley@albrightknox.org.


Research and Archives Intern
Deadline: 12/31/13

The Ad Reinhardt Foundation is seeking interns to work on archives and research projects. Knowledge of Ad Reinhardt and art history is essential. Applicants must have solid research, computer, and communication skills. Project interns shall often work from home, so access to a computer and Internet is highly desirable. Project dates and hours are flexible. If interested, please send via email a cover letter and resume to Susan Sabiston at susan.sabiston@adreinhardt.org

Possible projects may include:
Correspondence and Historical Research
Catalog Raisonné Research and Administration
Development/External Affairs

Exhibition Opportunities:

Apprentice Arts Gallery is looking for student art--OWNED BY AN SMCM ALUM

Apprentice Arts, a web-based gallery solely for student art, is looking for artists! Our mission is to support and promote student artists. Owned and operated by an SMCM Alum. For More Info Contact: gallery@apprenticearts.com or visit apprenticearts.com.

ART In Embassies Program - DC

Established by the United States Department of State in 1964, the ART In Embassies Program is a global museum that exhibits original works of art by U.S. citizens in the public rooms of approximately 180 American diplomatic residences worldwide. To submit images to ART staff for consideration in upcoming exhibitions please e-mail .jpg or .gif images of your works no larger than 50k in size, to: artinembassies@state.gov. Website: http://art.state.gov/

The Art Connection in the Capital Region is Seeking Artwork

The Art Connection in the Capital Region (ACCR) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization originated in 2004 to expand community access to art in the greater metropolitan area of Washington DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia.

Modeled after The Art Connection in Boston, which was founded by painter and sculptor Fay Chandler in 1995, ACCR facilitates the placement of original works of art donated by artists and art collectors within not-for-profit social service organizations to encourage healing and provide inspiration.

Organizations benefiting from this unique partnership often serve individuals faced with the most vulnerable circumstances and include: shelters, children's centers, and treatment facilities, amongst others.

The criterion for placement stipulates that a partnering organization must reside within the Capital Region and have no funding for art.

Artwork that is donated to the not-for-profit is considered a permanent donation, cannot be sold, and must be exhibited in a secure public area where clients served by the organization have direct access to it. 

To learn more about The Art Connection in the Capital Region, the communities it empowers, and the art donation process, please visit: www.artconnection-cr.org. or call 202-536-2607.

Dave Bown Projects will be buying works of art, on an ongoing basis, from select artists as submissions are received. Prizes: $10,000 USD (1 artist will receive $5,000 and 5 artists will each receive $1,000). This competition is open to all visual artists who are 18 years of age or older. All styles and media are eligible. Entry fee.

Prospectus/questions: 917-365-5265
OR http://davebownprojects.com/submissions.html
OR info@davebownprojects.com

Smack Mellon Site Specific Proposals

Smack Mellon is interested in proposals that consider the unusual architecture of the gallery space and encourage site-specific projects. These proposals can be considered for any show at Smack Mellon. If you are applying with a site-specific project, and also applying as an Emerging or Mid-Career Artist, please make sure to mark that category along with Site-Specific Proposal on your package so you are considered for both categories. Deadline is rolling. More information and apply here.

The Summer Show Project

The Summer Show Project offers the unique chance for artists to work directly with FOLEYgallery.  The exhibition will feature one artist that works with photography and one artist that makes works on paper. This initiative will provide an opportunity for emerging or under represented artists to have their work seen, recognized and reviewed in a professional gallery setting. This is the fourth year for The Summer Show Project. You are invited to submit your work to participate in this unique opportunity and share the experience of exposure, guidance, feedback, community, recognition and support. MORE>>

Eligibility: Open
Deadline: Applications accepted starting March 29, 2013
Entry Fee: $25

Bicycles have had an immeasurable impact on culture worldwide. The passion they elicit has proven to be a universal presence with numerous subcultures. The bicycle is an object of pure simplicity, yet paradoxically our relationship with this ultimate human-powered machine is infinitely complex.

The exhibition Spoked celebrates work that represents bicycles and bicycle culture in its many forms

Submissions due digitally by Friday May 10
$25 for up to 3 pieces, $30 for 5

For more info email info@desotorow.org or visit www.desotorow.org http://www.facebook.com/events/429996283745550/

26th Annual Northern National Art Competition

Juried national art competition open to artists living in the U.S. who are 18 or older and working in any 2-D (or wall-hangable 3-D) media. Work must be original and recently completed. More than $8,500 in prize money will be awarded -- including three $1,000 awards of excellence. Nicolet College Art Gallery in Rhinelander, Wis. Entry fee: $30 for two images. Prospectus is available by mail or email, or from the website. Entry due date: May 11, 2013. Exhibit runs 7/23/13 - 9/6/13 Opening reception: 7/23/12 Judge: James R. Pace; artist and professor of art at the University of Texas at Tyler. Website for more info - and the prospectus: http://www.nicoletcollege.edu/about/creative-arts-series/art-gallery/northern_national_art_competition/index.html

Prospectus is also available by contacting gallery director, Katy Ralph: kralph@nicoletcollege.edu or 715-365-4556.

Call for Environmental Artists
Deadline: 05/15/13

In 2013, the Arts & Healing Network will offer 1-4 AHN Awards to artists who have a demonstrable process of using art to heal the earth and/or address environmental issues. Each recipient of an AHN Award will receive a one-time monetary gift of $5000, as well as being featured on our web site at www.artheals.org. All creative media qualify. Artists must have a web site that clearly explains their environmental artwork. Please nominate yourself or another artist by filling out our online form at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2013_AHNAwards_EnvironmentalArtists. If you have any questions, please email ahn@artheals.org.

Call for Entries 7th Annual Majestic National

Entry deadline May 15. Majestic Galleries is an artists' co-operative presenting the 7th Annual Juried Majestic National. On the square in historic Nelsonville, OH. Many think that this exhibition space is the best in southeast Ohio and we invite artists throughout the US to enter this exhibition and show their work in this stunning space. Submit entries online. Guidelines & Calendar and Entry form at our website: http://www.majesticgalleries.com/majesticgalleries/Home.html Email questions to majesticgalleries@gmail.com

17th Annual NO DEAD ARTISTS: National Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Art
Deadline: 06/15/13

Jonathan Ferrara Gallery is pleased to announce the 17th Annual No Dead Artists National Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Art. The exhibition will take place September 3rd – 28th, 2013 with an open call for artists’ submissions from January 20th - June 15th.
The exhibition was created in 1995 to give a voice to emerging artists. Now in its 17th year, No Dead Artists has become an exhibition that has time and again discovered new and emerging talent and is one of the most celebrated art exhibitions in the South.
To apply, log on to www.jonathanferraragallery.com and click on the NDA 2013 Banner at the bottom of the homepage. If you do not already have one, create an entrythingy® account and begin uploading your resume, artist’s statement and five images of your work which you would like to submit for the show. Good luck!

Call for Healing Artists Ages 18-35 years old
Deadline: 09/15/13

In 2013, the Arts & Healing Network will offer 1-4 AHN Awards to artists who are using art to heal and are between the ages of 18 and 35 years old. Each recipient of an AHN Award will receive a one-time monetary gift of $5000, as well as being featured on our web site at www.artheals.org. With this award, we are investing in the future of the art and healing movement by supporting young artists who have shown themselves to be real changemakers. We are interested in all forms of art and healing including environmental art, activist art, art that builds community, art in healthcare settings, and art for personal/collective healing. All creative media qualify. Artists must have a web site that clearly explains their art and healing work. Please nominate yourself or another artist by filling out our online form at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2013_AHNAwards_NextGeneration. If you have any questions, please email ahn@artheals.org.

Mystery Build - "What Can You Make With This?"
An Art Contest in a Box!
AWARDS: $15,000 divided between 21 different winners!


Create a work of art using ONLY the materials provided in a Mystery Build Kit.
You don't know what's inside!

Mystery Build is offering $15,000 in awards to participants who can create something amazing using only the materials in a Mystery Build Kit, without knowing what they will have to work with. You can expect to find some common sculpting materials like wood, clay, metal, fiber, and plenty more. The kits are 12" x 9" x 3" and contain 5 lbs. of materials. All 2013 Mystery Build Kits are identical. You can enter individually or as a team, and you can enter as many times as you want.

- Purchase a Mystery Build Kit and we will ship it to you.
- Create something amazing.
- Complete a submission form.
- Upload photos and/or videos of your creation to our website.

Sketchbook Project 2014

The Sketchbook Project is a global, crowd-sourced art project and interactive, traveling exhibition of handmade books. Our community is made up of over 75,000 people, and our permanent collection at Brooklyn Art Library holds over 26,000 sketchbooks from 135 countries around the globe.

We invite participants from all walks of life to fill the pages of a blank sketchbook and send it back for inclusion in our ever-growing library of inspiration.
Anyone, from anywhere in the world, can participate in the project.
The Sketchbook Project 2014 http://www.sketchbookproject.com/


LEARN PRINTMAKING IN ITALY Explore the rich and incredibly diverse possibilities of printmaking techniques in this superintensive one-week international class (June 10-16). With emphasis on experimentation and creativity, this class will introduce you to the art of Monoprints, monotypes, etching, aquatint, hard ground, soft ground, linocuts, woodblocks, chine colle and drypoint. Deadline for applying is June 10, 2013. Entry fee. Details: http://www.monoprints.com/resources/dedalo.php OR colleenco@gmail.com

Grad School:

Graduate Programs at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA)

Graduate study at MICA offers a rigorous and concentrated experience for highly motivated artists and designers seeking to develop a strongly realized personal vision and voice, disciplined studio practice, and the skills and connections for professional success. MICA graduate programs help students harness their artistic passion and realize how their work can impact people and create a change.

Perennially ranked among the top 4 nationally in US News and World Report's annual "best graduate schools" listings, MICA graduate programs are distinctive because they are grounded in rigorous studio practice and theoretical exploration. In addition, students that choose to are encouraged to step outside of their field of concentration and blend media as they develop their own interdisciplinary art making form - and create works that are truly original and transformative.
Whether working directly with faculty mentors in the studio, partnering with community organizations as resident artists, or learning how to leverage business practices amplify their creative vision, artists and designers studying at MICA take risks and challenge assumptions.
Student interested in applying to graduate programs in MICA can visit www.mica.edu/graduateadmission

Pont-Aven School of Contemporary Art

If you're interested, apply soon! There is no fee to apply and applications can be found on-line.

Master of Arts in Museum Professions at Seton Hall University
The Department of Communication and The Arts, at Seton Hall University offers a Master of Arts (MA) degree program in museum studies (since 1994). Called the “MA Program in Museum Professions,” it offers practical training rooted in a thorough understanding of museum theory. Museums in the 21st century have become complex, multipurpose organizations. This program is designed to meet their need for professionally trained employees.

get more information at: http://www.shu.edu/academics/artsci/ma-museum-professions/index.cfm
apply here: http://www.shu.edu/academics/artsci/apply-graduate.cfm

Calls for Papers and Other Opportunities:


Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship


The Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship is a new component of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program that provides opportunities for U.S. citizens to participate in an academic year of overseas travel and digital storytelling in up to three countries on a globally significant social or environmental topic. This Fellowship is made possible through a partnership between the U.S. Department of State and the National Geographic Society.

Through the Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship, Fulbrighters will undertake an in-depth examination of a globally relevant issue or issues, comparing and contrasting how that issue or issues is experienced across borders. Using a variety of digital storytelling tools—including text, photography, video, audio, graphic illustrations, and/or social media—Fellows will tell their stories (or the stories of those they meet) by publishing their work on National Geographic digital platforms, with the support of National Geographic's editorial team.

  • Fellows will receive instruction in digital storytelling techniques—including effective blog writing, video production, and photography—by National Geographic staff prior to their departure.
  • Fellows will be paired with one or more National Geographic editors for continued training, editorial direction and mentoring throughout their Fulbright grant period.
  • Fellows will provide material for a blog on the National Geographic website on a frequent and ongoing basis throughout their grant term.
  • Fellows will have the opportunity to develop additional content for use by National Geographic and the Department of State.

Calls For Papers
Methods of Being--online journal


Methods of Being is dedicated to preserving creative writings by artists. Future issues are planned for conversations/dialogues between artists, poetics, and much more.

In November of this year we'll have published our eighth issue and are anticipating over 4500 visits to the site, including 4000 views of the first issue itself.

Submit texts to methodsofbeing@gmail.com in .doc format. Responses can take up to three months.

Publish Undergraduate Art History Papers

The Valley Humanities Review is currently seeking essays in the humanities for publication in its Spring 2013 Issue. We seek essays of high quality, intellectual rigor and originality that challenge or contribute substantially to ongoing conversations in the humanities. Topics may include but are not limited to: literature, history, religion, philosophy, art history and foreign languages. VHR is committed to undergraduate research and scholarship in the field; therefore, we only accept submissions by current or recently graduated undergraduate students. Our reading period runs from September 1 to December 15 of each year. All submissions should adhere to the Chicago style in formatting, footnoting and bibliography. Essays should be between 3,000 and 6,000 words in length. Please visit www.lvc.edu/vhr for all submission information.

The Center For Photography at Woodstock call for writing on contemporary photography

CPW seeks writers who wish to contribute written works on contemporary photography and related media for publication including essays, interviews, artist features/profiles, and book reviews.
Selected works will be published in CPW's full-color, 32-page publication, PHOTOGRAPHY Quarterly. We prefer to publish previously unpublished essays which have an emphasis on emerging image-makers or examine contemporary issues through the prism of the photographic arts, previously published articles are welcome.

To be considered for publication, please submit copy of  proposed text. Texts should be approximately 2000-3000 words and include accompanying images for reproduction along with writer's resume, featured image-makers resumes and contact information. Visuals can be submitted in slide form or as a CD-ROM.

We also welcome proposals for guest-edited issues of the PQ centered around a thematic issue. Proposals for guest-curated issues should include resume of all potential contributors, writing samples, and proposed artists to be featured.     Writers featured in the PQ receive honoraria for having their work published and maintain 100% copyright.
please MAIL TO:
PQ / Center for Photography at Woodstock 59 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY 12498
This call is ongoing.
contact us!  T 845-679- 9957 / F 845-679-6337 / info@cpw.org

Fourth Annual Feminist Art History Conference

FEMINIST ART HISTORY CONFERENCE, American University, November 8-10, 2013. We invite papers on subjects spanning the chronological spectrum to foster a broad dialogue on feminist art-historical practice. Papers may address artists, movements, artworks, cultural institutions and critical discourses; practices of collecting, patronage, and display; the gendering of objects, spaces, and media; the reception of images; and issues of power, agency, gender, and sexuality within visual cultures. Submissions on under-represented art-historical fields, geographic areas, national traditions, and issues of race and ethnicity are encouraged. Please provide a single document in Microsoft Word (title the document [last name]-proposal.doc or .docx) comprising a one-page, single-spaced proposal of no more than 500 words, followed by a two-page CV. Submit materials by May 15, 2013 via Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/6o2lj5neaygmnlg/QtMeEn7aDf
Direct inquiries to: fahc4papers@gmail.com

The DeviantArt Creative Grants

The deviantART Creative Grants Program is a pilot project designed to make modest grants to artists upon application for projects related to making and displaying art. Grants for direct costs associated w/ making art or its public display (eg, materials, software, printing, framing, expert assistance, transportation of artworks). No fee but must be DeviantArt member, appl, incl. statement of what grant to be used for, amount requested. Jury: at least three members drawn from deviantART staff, volunteers or senior members.



2013-2014 PHOENIX GALLERY FELLOWSHIP COMPETITION: JUROR: Carl E. Hazlewood, Multimedia Artist, Writer, Curator, Co-founder of Aljira, Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ, born in Guyana, South America. Winner will receive a sponsored membership to the Phoenix Gallery, NYC for 18 months, 2013-2014, a SOLO exhibition June 19-July 13, 2013. Deadline: April 22, 2013. Prospectus: www.phoenix-gallery.com + info@phoenix-gallery.com or Send SASE Phoenix Gallery, 210 Eleventh Ave., 902, NY, NY 10001.