How to Market Your Artwork". Presented By The Washington Glass School and Arlington Arts Center - VA
Wednesday, Feb. 15th. This interactive seminar is designed for the craftsman as well as 2-D fine artists and sculptors to learn how to get your artwork off the shelf and into a buyers hands. Many ways of marketing your work will be discussed.....art fairs, galleries, unjuried shows, etc. Much of this will be of assistance to photographers, sculptors and painters as well. This panel will be made up of craftsman/fine artists/consultants who have successfully taken a track and they will share this information with you. This is designed to be anecdotal and interactive. Come with lots of questions.
Panelists : Gary Rosenthal / The Rosenthal Collection - Tim Tate / Studio Artist - Malik Lloyd - Founder and Director of FindArt info Bank - Lillian Fitzgerald - Curator and private art consultant.
Location : Tiffany Theater - Arlington Arts Center, 3550 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Va. 22210; 703-248-6800. Date: Wednesday, Feb. 15th, Time: 7 to 9:30pm, Cost: $30 in advance / $40 at the door RSVP's are appreciated. This is the first of many cooperative seminars to be given as a collaborative effort by the Washington Glass School and Arlington Arts Center. Washington Glass School - 202-744-8222
Four Public Art Commissions: Sculpture, Public Art, Mosaics - FL
All applications due February 28, 2006. The City of Coral Springs, Florida, seeks public artists for four new projects in 2006. Download calls to artists at http://www.coralsprings.org/publicart.................. 1. “University Drive Entrance”, $41,000, New or existing artwork to mark the entrance to the City................... 2. “City Gym Seating”, $40,000, New artwork as exterior waiting area with seating................ 3. “Sculpture on Sample, Year II”, $5,000 to $30,000, Purchase of existing sculptures for main civic boulevard. ................ 4. “International Peace Garden Mosaic Sign”, $10,000, Glass or tile mosaic as entry marker into the garden.................... The City of Coral Springs initiated its public art program in 2004 through fees paid by private developers. The city of 126,000 people is located 60 miles north of Miami. In 2005, public artworks were purchased or commissioned from Hanna Jubran, Cero Design, Jack Howard-Potter, Doug Makemson and Richard Medlock. Qualifications: Experienced artist in outdoor sculpture, public art or mosaics. How to Apply: Download calls to artists at http://www.coralsprings.org/publicart. Apply via slide or jpeg. US Mail or EMAIL Delivery.
Justice for All?: Artists Reflect on the Death Penalty- TX
Deadline: March 20, 2006. The Texas Moratorium Network and the Texas Death Penalty Education/Resource Center announce a call to artists for "Justice for All?: Artists Reflect on the Death Penalty". This international, all-media, juried art exhibition takes place May 6-22, 2006 at Gallery Lombardi in Austin, Texas. All works submitted will also be displayed in an online exhibition for at least one year. Work in all media is eligible. Open to all artists, living anywhere. Cash Awards totaling $1300, including $500 for Best in Show. Jurors: Annette Carlozzi, Lora Reynolds, Malaquias Montoya. $15 for three entries, $5 each additional entry. Prospectus and Easy Online Entry Form are available at: http://www.deathpenaltyartshow.org/prospectus.html Questions? For more info, contact Scott Cobb at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-302-6715.
Viridian Artists' 17th National Juried Competition
deadline: Friday, April 14
Viridian Artists, Inc. announces a call to artists for the 17th National Juried Competition. The exhibit takes place July 6 - 26, 2006 in New York, NY.
1st prize: solo show.
2nd & 3rd prize: 2 person show.
Open to U.S. artists working in 2-D & 3-D media. Juror: Guggenheim Museum curator Robert Rosenblum. $25/3 entries, $5 each additional. For prospectus send SASE to: Viridian Artists Inc., 530 West 25th St., New York, NY 10001.
for more info:
Viridian Artists, Inc.
t: 202.414.4040 or email@example.com or www.viridianartists