is juror for the 2015 Artworks NW
, deadline 3/6/15 I'm not wild about the entry fee (neither is Watt)... to me it is better than local artist auctions because it doesn't devalue and dilute the market of the participating artists like those do.
Similarly, you have a few more days to apply for the Bellingham National juried by Scott Lawrimore
. They have extended the deadline on this and Scott has a good eye and progressive tastes. Deadline 2/22/15
RACC's deadline for Career Opportunity Grants
Last but not least are the Hallie Ford Fellowships
, deadline 3/5/15 They haven't been the cutting edge awards many hoped they would be... not a lot of new media or installation work but a few like Heidi Schwegler, Bruce Conkle and Mike Bray have bucked that trend. So far the winners tend to be men and/or those who very obviously work with their hands to paint or sculpt in traditional materials. It is at odds with the stated aim to support artists that "furthers the conversation of contemporary art in the 21st century." That should mean 21st century strategies and materials and a certain cutting edge but hasn't so much.
Caldera's artist in residence calls
are up too. 6/15/15
Thanks for signing in,
. Now you can comment. (sign
(If you haven't left a comment here before, you may need to be approved by
the site owner before your comment will appear. Until then, it won't appear
on the entry. Thanks for waiting.)