PICA's third annual Low Lives exhibition is still open for submissions. The project is "an international exhibition of live performance-based works transmitted via the internet and projected in real time at multiple venues throughout the U.S. and around the world." Submissions are due March 20, 2011
. Get started on the Low Lives website.
The art gallery at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania is seeking proposals for an original, temporary, site-specific installation. Artists will be able to work in residency and will be awarded a project budget and a housing and travel stipend. The project will be on view January - March, 2012, and proposals are due on June 3, 2011
. More details can be found here.
CoCA Seattle is seeking submissions for Heaven and Earth 3, the third annual site-specific artwork exhibition in Carkeek Park. "As in past years, the exhibition will focus on interpretations of the
natural environment in a world of dynamic change. Sculptures,
installations, performances, and mixed media works should leave 'no
trace' following removal." The show will be on view July - October, 2011, and submissions are due May 9, 2011
. There's lots more on the CoCA website.
The deadline for the next Working Artists quarterly grant in 2011 is coming up. This small award ($500) is designed to provide a "vitalizing bursts of funding to those who find our sum would solve a surprising many problems hindering their ongoing art making process." The spring quarter application deadline is March 31
. Get more info about these periodic grants on their website.
The West Virginia University Art Dept is looking for submissions for its second annual West Virginia Mountaineer Short Film Fest. They're looking for "independent, unique and compelling work in film, video and animation" on the theme of "Energy" from artists and/or students anywhere. Submission deadline is April 1, 2011. Get more info right here.
There's a new outdoor public sculpture program in Longview, WA and they're looking for the first of their 2-year rotations. Postmark deadline is April 20, 2011.
They don't have a website, but the RACC has most of the details
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