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Northwest

Creative Tallahassee 2011
Juried Exhibition

Application Available: Spring 2011

 

City of Tallahassee Arts in Public Places
2012 Season


Exhibitions at City Hall Gallery and Artport Gallery

Application Available: Spring 2011

www.cocanet.org


Panhandle


Northeast

City of Atlantic Beach Public Display Area
Atlantic Beach Public Arts Commission is looking for artists that would be interested in sharing their work with the City of Atlantic Beach. A spot in a public park has been reserved for a “rotating” art piece. The work must be able to withstand the beach elements. The artist is invited to place his/her work on loan, for a six-month period. At the end of the six-month period, the artist may sell or retrieve the work, or the City will find another location for it. There will be a plaque with information about the artists and a description of the work.

WHERE: City of Atlantic Beach
AMOUNT: The City will pay for shipping and handling up to $500
INFO: Please forward all inquiries to: ABPAC, 1970 Mipaula Court, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233;
or call (904) 247-1473


Community Art Bazaar at First Wednesday Art Walk Downtown
The First Wednesday Art Walk Downtown is a promotional device founded and maintained by Downtown Vision, Inc. with the stated intention to bridge our deep pool of creative talent, our dynamic and improving urban core with the Business Improvement District, and our citizenry.

The Community Art Bazaar functions as a grassroots art party introducing and exhibiting original art from local artists and artisans. The Community Art Bazaar also invites art businesses and organizations to participate in this event by setting up a presence at the party. Participation is always free and transactions that occur during the Art Walk are between the patron and the artist (no commissions). First Wednesday Art Walk is proud to present the Community Art Bazaar with sponsors Suddath, WJCT, Folio Weekly, and the Jacksonville Landing.

WHEN: Ongoing, the first Wednesday of every month
WHERE: The Jacksonville Landing, 2 Independent Drive, Jacksonville
INFO: Tony Allegretti, (904) 613-8460;tony@downtownjacksonville.org;www.downtownjacksonville.org


Art with a Heart
Would you like to be a visiting artist? Art With Heart for Children, a non-profit organization, provides an opportunity for children at Wolfson Children's Hospital to express themselves creatively in a supportive environment. Four days a week the "Art Lady & Art Cart" travel to patients rooms and set up a temporary studio. A monthly visiting artist series engages children in a special creative session. Artist’s supplies are provided.

WHEN: Ongoing, the second Tuesday of every month, 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
WHERE: Wolfson’s Children’s Hospital, 800 Prudential Drive, Jacksonville
INFO: Lisa Ussery, (904) 543-9111;artheart@aol.com


100 Windows of Art
Downtown Vision has a program designed to enliven the streets of Downtown Jacksonville. 100 Windows of Art is an initiative that will bring the works of local artists to the heart of the city. Paintings, murals, and sculptures will be installed in street level windows and conspicuous venues downtown. All local artists are encouraged to submit work for consideration.

WHEN: Ongoing
INFO: Tony Allegretti, (904) 634-0303 x. 228;tony@downtownjacksonville.org;www.downtownjacksonville.org


North Central

 


Central

CALL FOR ENTRIES
Crealde’s 31st Annual Juried Student Show. Anyone who has taken a class or workshop at Crealdé since January 2010 can enter up to two pieces. Entries must be original and completed since January 2010. Bring your art to the Jenkins Gallery, on Friday June 3, 9 a.m - 5 p.m. or Saturday, June 4, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Questions? call 407-671-1886.


Join the internationally renowned Bach Festival Choir

What
The Bach Festival Society of Winter Park is holding auditions for prospective Choir members.

 

Who

Adult singers with a passion for great choral music who are able to read music and can commit to the Choir’s rehearsal and performance schedule.

 

Where/When

Keene Music Building, Rollins College

1000 Holt Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789

Monday, June 6 and Tuesday, June 7, 2011

 

To Schedule

Contact Sherry Orr, Assistant to the Artistic Director and Conductor, at choir@BachFestivalFlorida.org or call 407.691.1228.

 

More Information

Candidates will be asked to sing scales, match pitch, and do a sight-reading exercise. In addition, choir hopefuls must prepare one song that is classical in nature—it can be a hymn—and bring an extra copy of the music for the accompanist. The Bach Festival Society’s Artistic Director and Conductor, Dr. John V. Sinclair, will hear all auditions.

 

The Bach Festival Society of Winter Park produces the area’s finest classical music, featuring the Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra under the dynamic direction of John V. Sinclair. The Bach Choir is composed of over 160 committed volunteers who share a passion for outstanding music. Rehearsals are held on the Rollins College campus Monday evenings, with additional rehearsals as needed in preparation for upcoming concerts.


Auditions for The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
A musical comedy directed by Donald Rupe
place: Osceola Center for the Arts - Studio Theatre
dates & times:
June 5 & 6 from 6-8pm *please call for audition appointment
info: actors should prepare 16 bars of a song and may be asked to read from the script/dance
showdates: July 29 - August 14
appointments: 407.846.6257 x 0


CALL FOR ENTRIES
Crealde’s 31st Annual Juried Student Show. Anyone who has taken a class or workshop at Crealdé since January 2010 can enter up to two pieces. Entries must be original and completed since January 2010. Bring your art to the Jenkins Gallery, on Friday June 3, 9 a.m - 5 p.m. or Saturday, June 4, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Questions? call 407-671-1886.

600 St. Andrews Blvd. | Winter Park, FL 32792
Phone 407-671-1886 or visit www.crealde.org


CALL TO ALL VISUAL ARTISTS!

  

IT IS ALMOST TIME TO SUMBIT YOUR MASTERPIECES TO VISUAL FRINGE!

  

Applications are online at www.orlandofringe.org/visual

Visual Fringe is the portion of the Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival that consists of visual art. Like the theatre portion of the festival, Visual Fringe is uncensored and unjuried and 100% of the money made in art sales is given back to the artists.

Visual Fringe has been a part of the Fringe Festival since its beginning, taking up temporary residence in an empty storefront on Orange Avenue in its first year and later being hosted in OVAL (Orlando Visual Artists League) Gallery (now defunct) in downtown Orlando.

 

In recent years, the Visual Fringe has grown, partly due to a dedicated Visual Fringe Producer, partly from the fabulous support of the Fringe Producer, and partly because it has had a more permanent home, literally "hanging around" with the rest of the Fringe. Anything you see hanging on the walls or placed somewhere in the Orlando Shakespeare Theater - be it paintings, drawings, photographs, or sculptures - is part of Visual Fringe.

 

2011 will be another exciting year for Visual Fringe with all types of artwork being shown. The main focus of the Visual Fringe is to allow an outlet for artists to push beyond their normal medium, subject matter and comfort zone to bring true uniqueness to this exhibition.

We bring you the Visual Fringe for several reasons: While you're waiting in line for the fabulous Fringe shows, you have something lovely and sometimes thought-provoking to look at. We feature both emerging artists and well-known, established artists, mainly from Central Florida. This gives visibility to all of them and gives you a chance to see artwork you might not normally have access to. We also feature artists creating their work live while you watch, which is a great way for patrons and artists to interact. Feel free to ask questions and get to know your Orlando artists!

 

Patrons can purchase artwork, too! If you see something you like and would like to purchase it, go to a Visual Fringe volunteer at the Visual Fringe table (inside the Patron's - or round - room inside the Orlando Shakespeare Theater) and let them know. They'll be easy to find by the sign on the table that reads: "Talk Art, Buy Art" and they'll be happy to help you out. If you are unable to locate one of these fabulous folks, then any Fringe volunteer will be able to help you. (Remember, 100% of money made goes back to the artists.)

 

For submission pricing, dates and application, visit www.orlandofringe.org.


June's 1st Thursdays is:OMA Members' Visions

The deadline for entry is Sunday, May 8, 2011, at 4pm.

Open only to members of the OMA. Any idea, theme, or media goes.  Show us your talent!

The event will take place on June 2, 2011, from 6 to 9pm.Click here for a Call For Artists form. Forms are also available at the OMA's Visitor Information Desk or by calling 407 896 4231 x260. 


Stage Manager Needed - The Taming of the Shrew

Stage Manager needed for Shakespare's The Taming of the Shrew, Directed by Ron Colburn. Auditions May 8 & 9 at 6pm. Rehearsals generally run M-F from 6:30-9pm. Show runs June 17 - 26 on Fri & Sat at 7:30pm/Sun at 2pm. A stipend will be paid for this position. If interested, please email Arin Gullett Thrower at: 

agullett@ocfta.com or call 407.846.6257 x 7 

 

 

Auditions for Taming of the Shrew
Directed by Ron Colburn

place: Osceola Center for the Arts - Studio Theatre
dates: May 8 & 9
times: 6-8pm
info: actors will be asked to read from the script; ages 16 + up
questions:
407.846.6257 x 7 

 

Actors Needed for Play Read 
New play by Kris Bauske based on Susan Carol McCarthy's novel Lay That Trumpet In our Hands

place: Osceola Center for the Arts - Music Room

date: Saturday, June 11th

time: 12:30-3pm

pay: a stipend for travel expenses will be paid 

info: please send headshot & resume to: Kris Bauske at amaznblu1@embarqmail.com

 

roles needed:

White teen (or teen looking female)  Must be strong actress ~ emotional role

White father, 30-45

White mother, 30-45

White grandmother, 50-60 (looks and acts young for her age)

White brother (small role, may be doubled for the reading)

Black Father, 42  (southern slave dialect)

Black Mother, 37  (southern slave dialect)

Black son, 19  (Southern slave dialect)

Black Northern Attorney, 35-50

Black southern attorney, 46

White female, 35-55 - good southern accent

White female, 20-30 - good southern accent

White Male, 30-45 - good southern accent

White male, 55-70 - good southern accent

White Male, 35-55 - good southern accent

Radio Announcer

 

Audition Notice

For the reading of The Declaration of Independence prior to the fireworks at the St. Cloud 4th of July Celebration

place: St. Cloud Chamber of Commerce: 1200 New York Ave, St. Cloud

date: Tuesday, May 17th 

time: 6:30pm 

info & sign-up: 407.892.3671

compensation: 4 tickets to the VIP fireworks viewing 

 

Volunteer Opportunity

Set painting for Barefoot in the Park

place: Osceola Center for the Arts - Main Stage 

date: Wednesday, April 27

times: 9am-noon; 1pm-5pm

info: 407.846.6257 x 3

 


Orlando Shakespeare Theater Auditioning Actors for Intern Training Program

Seeking one male for nine-month Acting/Education Internship for 2010-2011 Season.


Orlando Shakespeare Theater is holding auditions for the Intern Training Program on Saturday, May 30th from 10am-5pm.

Seeking one male for nine-month Acting/Education Internship, Aug. 8, 2011 - May 6, 2012. Housing and stipend provided. 

The Intern Training Program (ITP) offers early career actors the opportunity to gain professional theater credits, training, and contacts to help you make the transition from university theater to the professional stage. Our ITP graduates gain main stage performance credits, a strong Shakespeare foundation, contacts, career guidance, a respect for all aspects of theater and the ability to create and teach theater-based curricula. If you want to be able to work for or run a theater education program or perform in the nation's best Shakespeare Festivals, this internship is for you! Take classes, teach, and perform!

For further information visit: http://www.orlandoshakes.org/education/training/acting-education-internship.html

For audition appointment call:
Anne Hering, Director of Education
407-447-1700 ext. 208

 


Orlando Shakespeare Theater 2011-2012 Season Audition Notice

Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is holding auditions for its 2011-2012 Season.  Equity Principal Auditions will be held by appointment on Monday, April 25, 2010 from 10am – 6pm and Wednesday, April 27, 2011 from 1pm-9pm.  Additional Auditions for Equity/non-Equity will be held on Thursday, April 28 from 10am – 6pm.  Callbacks will be on Monday, May 2 from 1:30pm – 8pm.

 

For an appointment, please contact Rob Ward by e-mail at robw@orlandoshakes.org. Equity Members without appointments will be seen throughout each audition day, as time permits.

 

Please prepare 2 contrasting monologues, not to exceed 3 minutes total.  Please bring THREE copies of your stapled headshot/resume. Auditions are held at the Orlando Shakespeare Theater, 812 E. Rollins Street, Orlando, FL 32803.


All roles available unless otherwise specified. Please visit Orlando Shakespeare Theater's website for more information at www.orlandoshakes.org.


Attention Singers: Voices of Valencia and Valencia A Cappella Want You!

Two Valencia music program groups are seeking some summer session singers.

Option 1:

Join Voices of Valencia as it commemorates 15 years of joyful singing.

Plans for summer call for practice on what is anticipated to be an exciting mix of classics and new tunes.

To participate: sign up for class MUN 1311. This summer A session class starts May 10. It runs Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 to 9:30 p.m. in Building 3, Room 124, on East Campus.

Voices of Valencia is open to all choral music enthusiasts. No audition is necessary, and music reading is not required. The emphasis is on public performance.

Option 2:

Do you like the idea of singing in a group trained in lush eight-, nine- and 10-part harmonies just like Voices of Liberty at Epcot?

Valencia A Cappella plans to spend summer practicing a mix of Americana/Patriotic music.

To participate: sign up for class MUS 2930. Classes start May 9. This summer session course meets Mondays 7 to 9:45 p.m. in Building 3, Room 124, on East Campus.

For more information, contact James Jones at jjones2@mail.valenciacc.edu.


 

AUDITIONS FOR THE YOUNG COMPANY

Auditions for TYC's production of Julius Caesar will take place Saturday, April 23 from Noon to 6 p.m. by appointment. Call 407-447-1700 ext. 254 to set up your audition time.

For more information on TYC, visit the The Young Company section of our website.


FLASH MOB BEING FORMED TO PROMOTE ORLANDO FRINGE!

 

All That Jazz Events and Life Through Photography have teamed up to produce the first ever flash mob to promote the Orlando Fringe.

  

You've probably seen a flash mob before either on TV or Youtube, or maybe you've even been lucky enough to participate in one. Whether you've always thought it would be fun to do, you've never heard of such a thing before, or you're a flash mob junkie, here is your opportunity get involved in a flash mob dedicated to getting more patrons out to the Fringe Festival.

  

If you are interested in getting involved join our group on Facebook "Flash Mob to Promote the Fringe Festival" to find out everything you will need to know to be part of Fringe Festival history!

  

The Flashmob will take place in early May in downtown Orlando with a few rehearsals leading up to the date.

  

If you are interested, please directly contact Toni Chandler at fuschiablu@gmail.com

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Join the Orlando Fringe Flash Mob Group on FaceBook for more details at http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_175584475818528 


Note- This event is NOT produced by The Orlando Fringe but rather independently produced in support of Orlando Fringe.

VISUAL FRINGE APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE

VISUAL FRINGE applications are now available by visiting www.OrlandoFringe.org and click on VISUAL FRINGE.

 

Application fees are on a sliding scale from $10 to $55 and each artist is allowed to submit two (2) pieces and if the artwork is sold, 100% of all proceeds are returned to you, the artist!  All medias are accepted on a first-come basis. 

 

Drop off dates are May 13 from 5-9 PM and May 14 from 12-6 PM. 

 

For more information, e-mail Anna McCambridge, VISUAL FRINGE Producer at VisualFringe@OrlandoFringe.org

 

 

Want to see Fringe shows for free while participating in the "most unique cultural event in Orlando" and have fun doing it? 

 

Volunteers earn one free show for every 4 hour shift worked!  This is an excellent way to give back to the community and make new friends, too! 

 

Please join us for our annual Volunteer Training and learn about what opportunities we have and sign up for shifts. 

 

- Wednesday, April 20th at 6:30pm
- Saturday, April 23rd at 11am
- Saturday, April 30th at 4:00pm
- Wednesday, May 4th at 6:30pm

 

All trainings are located at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 E. Rollins Street, Orlando in the Goldman Theatre (Yellow Venue).

 

PLEASE RSVP TO JACKIE MARTINEZ, VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR at Volunteer@OrlandoFringe.org

 

COME BE A STAR ON THE OUTDOOR STAGE!

Do you sing? dance? tell jokes? bellydance?  Whatever your talent is, we have limited openings for our Outdoor Free Stage (you can pass a hat for tips).  Prices start at $50 per hour to perform.  Contact Jae Nale, Outdoor Events Coordinator at Jae1432@aol.com for more information.


Auditions for Barefoot in the Park

A Neil Simon comedy directed by Jeremiah Krivinchuk

place: Osceola Center for the Arts 

dates: March 27 & 28

times: 6-8pm

info: actors will be asked to read from the script; all roles unpaid; ages 18 + up 

showdates: May 6 - 15, 2011 

questions: 407.846.6257 x 7

The Center is located at 2411 E. Hwy 192 between Kissimmee & St. Cloud

 



The Orlando Philharmonic Invites Young Musicians to take Part in Make Music – Make History 

The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra invites string music students in elementary, middle and high school levels to be part of a World Premiere that is a tribute to former local music educator Jonathan May.  Students chosen to be a part of this production will perform with the Orlando Philharmonic on its concert, Joshua Bell, on Saturday, May 14, 2011 at 8:00 PM at the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre, 401 W. Livingston Street, Orlando. 

Jonathan May was a cellist, conductor, founder and artistic director of numerous orchestras throughout Central Florida, passionately educating young musicians.   In his twenty- five years of working with students, he also developed youth orchestra programs in Minnesota, Colorado and Tennessee.   May will best be remembered for spreading his passion for music, as he liked to say it, to "the tall and small."   Jonathan's brother, Daniel, has named this commissioned work Tall and Small, in his honor.

The project is as follows: 

Details: The Orlando Philharmonic invites student string musicians of all ages to audition to be part of a student ensemble to perform with the Orchestra and Music Director Christopher Wilkins on a new commission by composer Daniel May, brother of the late Jonathan May. 

To apply: Upload a video audition (details below) to You Tube and send a link to the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra along with a completed application form.  The videos will be reviewed by the musicians of the Orchestra and 30-35 musicians of varying skill levels will be selected to participate.  Judges will choose student musicians proportionally from three distinct school age groups (Elementary – Middle – High).

Audition process: Applicants must choose two pieces of music; one that displays technical skill and the other lyrical ability.  Each selection should be a minimum of 1 minute to a maximum 3 minutes in length.  Record them both using a digital video recorder, camera phone, etc. and upload the two clips (unedited) to You Tube.  Send an Email with links to the videos to: info@orlandophil.orgApplicants must submit by 5:00 PM on April 1, 2011 – no applications will be accepted after this time.

Live/taped audition:  If any candidates do not have access to recording/video equipment, a live audition can be videotaped on either of the following dates by appointment only:

March 19 • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM at the Geneva School 2025 State Road 436 Winter Park, FL32792

March 20 • 2:00 - 5:30 PM at First Presbyterian Church of Orlando 106 E. Church Street. Orlando, FL 32801

Appointments can be made via email to: info@orlandophil.org

 

Application form:  An application must be completed and signed by a parent.  It is available for download at www.OrlandoPhil.org/daniel-mays-world-premiere/  or request it by Email to info@orlandophil.org.

Other important information:  By applying for a position in the student ensemble, musicians agree to abide by the judges’ final decision, affirm that they will perform if chosen, and commit to attending all of the following rehearsals:

  • Saturday, May 7, 2011(10:00 AM – 12:00 PM)  Orlando Philharmonic Offices, located in Loch Haven Park, in John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 East Rollins St., Suite 300, Orlando, FL 32803

  • Dress Rehearsal • Friday May 13, 2011 • 7:00 PM at Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre

  • Concert • Saturday May 14, 2011 • 8:00 PM at Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre

 

For questions and additional information, please phone 407-896-6700 or visit www.OrlandoPhil.org/daniel-mays-world-premiere/


The Orlando Philharmonic Announces the 2011 Young Composers Challenge

The Orlando Philharmonic proudly announces the 2011 Young Composers Challenge.  This year, to support the artistic talents of more young composers, the Young Composer’s Challenge is open to all composers ages 13 – 18 nationwideThe Challenge is sponsored by the University of Central Florida, Rollins College, Full Sail University, The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, United Arts of Central Florida, Harriett Lake, Alan Ginsberg, Jeff Rupert, and the Goldman Charitable Foundation.

The Challenge begins with a FREE Young Composer’s Workshop, held on Saturday, March 5, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM at the UCF Center for Emerging Media, 500 W. Livingston Street, Orlando, FL 32801.  This workshop provides an excellent opportunity to learn how to use the tools of the trade from industry professionals. The workshop is available on a first-come first-served basis and only a limited number will be allowed to attend, so be sure to register early. Attendees will learn the principles of composition, orchestration, music notation, scoring software and MIDI technology from nationally-recognized composers.  Demonstrations of each orchestral instrument by top professional musicians will be provided, along with tips for writing for those instruments. Entrants who have already written music may bring their compositions for feedback. For other entrants, bring your ideas and talent—and then learn how to compose! To register for the Young Composer’s Workshop, visit www.YoungComposersChallenge.org.  Participation in the workshop is not a mandatory requirement to enter the Challenge.   

After the workshop has taken place, composers have the summer of 2011 to write their original scores.  Scores may be composed for either for full orchestra or for chamber ensemble. All compositions should be no longer than 5 minutes. Full orchestra compositions must be written for standard orchestra instrumentation (guidelines are available at www.YoungComposersChallenge.org).  Ensemble compositions may be written for up to six instruments.

To enter the Challenge, make a MIDI recording of your original composition. Or if you prefer, make a regular audio-recording (e.g., as played on a piano, etc.). Then submit your recording and score, along with an entry cover letter (entry cover letter can be found on www.YoungComposersChallenge.org). Send the entry packet to: Young Composers Chal­lenge, PO Box 1689, Winter Park, FL 32790-1689. The judges will review all entries and select three full orchestra compositions and three ensemble compositions. All submissions must be postmarked by September 20, 2011.

The six winning competitions (three orchestral and three ensemble) will be performed by the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra in a public Young Composers Challenge Concert at the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre, 401 W. Livingston Street, Orlando FL 32801, on Sunday, November 13, 2011, at 2:00 PM. Each finalist will receive a cash prize and a professional recording of the performance. Finalists must attend.

 

For more information on the 2011 Young Composers Challenge and Workshop, visit www.YoungComposersChallenge.org.

 


Artists Needed...
Artists are needed for the Mt. Dora at Night events, held the 3rd Friday each month, 6 - 9 p.m. Prizes awarded. Call Clara at Em'z on Fifth, 352-735-4451


Artists Needed...
The Artist's Cottage, a new shop in Mt. Dora is looking for artisans. Contact Doris Staley, 352-787-6734.


Volunteer at Orlando Shakes
If you enjoy the arts, love spending time with friends old and new, and look forward to seeing the best in professional theater; volunteering with Orlando Shakes may be just for you. In addition to the satisfaction of knowing they've helped bring quality theatrical experiences to thousands of Central Florida residents, volunteers also earn free tickets.

If you're interested in stepping it up a notch, you can join the Guild of the Orlando Shakespeare Theater, a membership group dedicated to the support and promotion of the Theater. Guild members work primarily in the concessions area and membership includes a variety of benefits including insight into coming productions, invitations to dress rehearsals, seasonal social gatherings and monthly membership meetings.

If you are interested primarily in selling concessions or joining the Guild, contact Cindy Reemsnyder, Volunteer Co-coordinator at 407-447-1700 ext. 226 or guild@orlandoshakes.org.


A volunteer orientation will take place on Saturday, September 6 from noon until 1:30 p.m. The event will include an overview of policies and procedures, a tour of the theater and some customer service training and role-playing. Refreshments will be provided. For more information regarding other volunteer opportunities, or to RSVP for the orientation, contact John Ryan, Volunteer Co-coordinator at 407-447-1700 ext. 264 or johnr@orlandoshakes.org.


POLASEK MUSEUM VOLUNTEERS: The Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens seeks volunteers to greet visitors and to give tours during regular Museum hours. Featuring the works and collection of internationally known sculptor, Albin Polasek, the Museum features three Galleries, Polasek’s home, a Chapel and picturesque Gardens on Lake Osceola. Training is provided and hours are flexible. The Museum is located at 633 Osceola Ave, Winter Park. Call 407-647-6294 for volunteer opportunities or visit www.polasek.org for further museum information.

Claire Ponsonby
Director of Museum Operations
Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
633 Osceola Avenue, Winter Park, Florida 32789
407-647-6294 fax: 407-647-0410 www.polasek.org


Call to Artists
The Art in Public Places Advisory Board of the City of Orlando and the Rosemont Community Center are seeking artists to create two murals (approximately 8’ high by 11’ wide each) for the Rosemont Community Centers Multi Purpose Room. The theme for this piece will be families with a secondary theme, nature. The artist will submit a proposal to:

Paul Wenzel
Public Art Coordinator
City of Orlando
400 South Orange Avenue
Orlando, Florida 32802-4990
407-246-4279
Paul.Wenzel@cityoforlando.net

If selected this piece will be transformed into the mosaic by a mosaic fabricator.
Please send to the above address:
5 slides of current work/C.D., Resume, Artist Statement, Proposal


The Orlando Museum of Art (OMA) Associates are seeking local artists to participate in the 1st Thursdays themed art events. Showcase your art as part of the biggest event to hit Orlando's cultural corridor. Complete the Call for Artists' application, which can be downloaded at www.OMArt.org, and return with entry fee to the OMA by 5 p.m. on the deadline date. Applicants will be notified in writing of their acceptance.


Gulf Coast


HAMPTON ARTS MANAGEMENT announces new microfunding initiatives for the arts in Tampa Bay
www.thinksmalltothinkbig.org


HAMPTON ARTS MANAGEMENT is pleased to announce the launch of its Arts Microgrant program on May 1, 2011.
 
The Arts Microgrant provides grants to artists and arts organizations in amounts up to $500 for ambitious, creative, and innovative projects. Proposed projects are reviewed based on artistic excellence, impact on the development of the Tampa Bay arts community, artistic return on grant investment, and the applicant’s professional accomplishments to date. Projects may be in any artistic medium but must have an event component open to the public that takes place in Hillsborough or Pinellas County.

 
Grant recipients also receive additional professional development services from Hampton Arts Management, including press management, promotion, financial management and project direction.
 
Applications are accepted on a rolling deadline and are due on the first day of each month beginning June 1.
All application materials will be available online at www.thinksmalltothinkbig.org/microgrants on May 1.


If you're from the Tampa Bay area, we encourage you use this resource to be ambitious and think big.
If you’re not from Tampa, come on over and spend some time making cool things happen with us.

For more information on the Arts Microgrant program and our other microfunding initiatives, visit thinksmalltothinkbig.org


 

 


 

CALL TO ARTISTS: Cigar City Brewing label design competition

ATTENTION TAMPA BAY ARTISTS: Win $500 and have your design used as a label on a Cigar City Brewing Beer!

Cigar City Brewing and Hampton Arts Management invite you to submit artwork for

consideration in this year's LABEL DESIGN CONTEST. The top ten entries will be

exhibited in print from June 3, 2011 to July 10, 2011 at the Cigar City Brewing Tasting

Room (3924 W Spruce Street Suite A Tampa, Florida 33607). An Opening Reception will

be held on June 3 from 7PM – 10PM. Selected works will also be featured on the Cigar

City Brewing website.

 

The winning entry will be used as the label for the 2011 release of CCB's Tocobaga Red Ale.

The winner will also receive an award of $500 and a FREE case of Tocobaga!

Designs will be chosen by guest judge Todd Smith, Director of the Tampa Museum of Art.

 

For more information and a complete call to artists, visit ccblovesart.com

 


The Tampa Museum of Art is looking for new members to serve on the Art After Dark Advisory Committee.

Members will be responsible for planning the popular third Friday after-hours event series held monthly at the Museum.

If you’re interested in getting more involved with the local arts scene and want to be a part of bringing a new energy to nightlife in Downtown Tampa, please download an application on our Opportunities  page.


 

Want to support the Gorilla Theatre, have fun, and save money?
There are just three weeks until AN OAK TREE opens - just enough time to decide which performance you want to see, and to make a reservation. If you'd rather save your money, support the Gorilla Theatre, and see the show for free, you might consider ushering for one of the performances.

Here's the ushering info you need:

Ushers arrive one hour before show time and their duties include greeting people, helping them find parking spaces, and showing them the way to the restroom. Once the show starts, your duties are over and you're free to enjoy yourself. You only have to commit to one performance and you can volunteer by yourself or with a friend.

Call Bridget at 813-354-0550 to schedule.


East Coast

Volunteers Needed!
We are in need of some volunteers to help with set construction and painting. If you would be willing, please send availability and contact info to clark@sandstheatercenter.com.


Southeast & Keys


Be a part of a dynamic and exciting environment at the

 Bakehouse Art Complex

Deadline for applications: June 1 2011

  To download the Juried Studio Application, Please visit our website at www.bacfl.org

 




POSITION AVAILABLE

 

 

 

 

Job Title:

Cantorial Assistant

 

 

 

Description:

Congregation B’nai Israel, a reform congregation is located in the beautiful community of Boca Raton, Florida.  The Cantorial Assistant will espouse a vision of Reform Judaism consistent with what is taught and practiced at Congregation B’nai Israel.  At all times, the Cantorial Assistant will conduct himself/herself in a manner that is consistent with our Jewish values and tradition and reflect the same in dealing with the staff and congregants.

 

 

 

Our ideal candidate will:

 

 

1. 

Assume pulpit responsibilities and serve as a musical worship leader at specific services.

 

 

 

 

2.   

Be capable of preparing students to become Bar/Bat Mitzvah. (We will teach these skills if applicant has no experience.)

 

 

 

 

3.    

Officiate at various life cycle events which would include the study of liturgy and nusach.

 

 

 

 

4.   

Attend Shabbat Services and observe the Cantor throughout daily routine of synagogue life in order to become familiar with services, its liturgy and synagogue life.

 

 

 

 

5.    

Have teaching responsibilities, such as adult education classes.

 

 

 

 

6.   

Supervise the Junior Choir, prepare children for community programs and direct the 6th grade Purim shpiel.

 

 

 

 

7.   

Participate, by either conducting or performing (vocally) in bands under the direction of the Cantor.

 

 

 

 

8.   

Must have the ability to decode Hebrew; not necessary to translate or speak, although beneficial.

 

 

 

 

9.   

Applicant must have studied voice and have the ability to read sheet music.

 

 

 

 

10.

Must have familiarity with Reform contemporary Jewish music.

 

 

 

 

11.

We will offer “on the job” training if applicant comes with the skills listed above.  Please send resume to cantorshore@cbiboca.org

 

 

 

 

12.   

Play a musical instrument (not necessary, but beneficial)

 

 

 

 

13.   

Flexible office hours Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, morning, afternoon and evening.  Weekend flexibility including Friday night, Saturday morning and afternoon, and periodic Sundays.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Duration:   

Full-Time

 

 

Benefits:

Paid Vacation, Sick Leave, Medical

 

 

Preferred Experience:  

Entry Level

 

 

Preferred Degree:  

Bachelors

 

 

 

 


Nativity Lutheran Church and School, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, an ELCA congregation, is seeking an Organist/Choir Director/Director of Music for traditional worship services (three weekly) to begin September 1, 2011.

 

Applicant must be skilled in organ technique (Rodgers Concord 745) as well as piano/keyboard and understand the importance of music in the liturgy.  

 

The Director is under the direct supervision of the Congregation Council, in consultation with the Worship and Music Committee and Pastor.

 

Interested applicants should provide a resume with references to Al Kraatz, Nativity Lutheran Church and School, 4075 Holly Drive, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410, or fax to 561/622-9947.   After review of resumes and references, applicants will be contacted to schedule an audition.  Further information regarding the congregation can be found on our website www.pbnativity.com.


 

Artists Wanted:
An International Call for Self-Portraiture Awarding One Year of Your Life, Paid

From Picasso to Bruce Nauman, Frida Kahlo to Jeff Wall, Giacometti to Alice Neel - the self has been subject of endless exploration by the world's greatest artists, allowing the discovery (and re-discovery) of artists' personal identities and artistic styles.

You are invited to join the Power of Self 2011, a world-wide celebration of self portraiture awarding a Grand Prize package that includes One Year of Your Life, Paid For. Imagine taking a year off to create more art, travel the world or change your life in a way that only you can dream of.

This is about your story, your talent, your vision.
Share it with the world for a chance to earn the reward of a lifetime.

CLICK HERE TO PARTICIPATE

The earliest entrants will receive a custom, limited-edition sketchbook provided by Artists Wanted and Moleskine®. More info >>

Artists Wanted
www.artistswanted.org


Call to South Florida artists

Opportunity: Locust Projects Out of the Box: The Billboard Project

Dates: November / December 2011

Deadline: April 14, 2011 - applications must be received by 5pm

 

Opportunity Description: Locust Projects is pleased to announce the second year of Out of the Box, a new initiative that will increase exposure to contemporary art by sponsoring projects in public locations throughout Miami. The program launched with the Billboard Project in December 2010, for which internationally renowned artist Liam Gillick was commissioned to produce artwork for billboards, bus shelters and bus backs surrounding Miami's Design District and Miami Beach.

 

The organization is now accepting proposals from South Florida artists for the 2011 Billboard Project. The project aims to challenge the billboard as a tool for commercial advertising while giving artists an opportunity to reconsider their own working methods. The Billboard Project will launch in November 2011, with a reception for the artist during the week of Art Basel Miami Beach.

 

Application instructions:

 

1 Artist resume or CV. Please include artist contact information.

 2 Project proposal, including budget for supplies.

   (Locust Projects will budget billboard leasing, printing and installation fees)

 3 Images/renderings of proposed artwork for:

   Two, 14 x 48' billboards (Design for each billboard may be identical, or vary)

   One design for bus shelters

   One design for bus backs

   Images should be submitted on CD in jpeg format, 72 dpi AND in printed form

 4 6-10 images of previous work

   Images on CD in jpeg format, 72 dpi

 5 Caption list of proposed work and previous work

 

We will not accept submissions by email. Applicants who do not submit all the required items may be eliminated from the review process.  Materials will not be returned to the artist. Applications must be received before 5pm on April 14, 2011

 

Send / deliver materials to:

Locust Projects

Attention: The Billboard Project

155 NE 38th Street #100, Miami, FL 33137

 

For further information: Email. locustprojects@yahoo.com / Tel. 305.576.8570


Call to South Florida high school art students

 

Opportunity: The LAB (Locust Arts Builders)

 

Dates: Weekdays, June 22 - July 8, 2011

Public Opening Reception: Saturday, July 9th, 7-10pm.

 

Deadline: April 15, 2011 - applications must be received by 5pm

 

Opportunity Description: Locust Projects is pleased to announce an open call to South Florida high school students for a chance to participate in a collaborative exhibition at the organization's 2,700 square foot exhibition space in Miami's Design District.

 

Locust Projects is alternative, not for profit exhibition space dedicated to providing contemporary visual artists the freedom to experiment with new ideas without the pressures of gallery sales or limitations of conventional exhibition spaces.

 

In furtherance of the organization's thirteen-year commitment to providing an approachable arts venue for the South Florida community, for the second year, Locust Projects will offer an exciting program in which a select group of local high school students are given the opportunity to create a collaborative exhibition in a public venue.

 

Through this open call to artists currently enrolled in local high schools, Locust Projects' Director, a Miami-based artist, and a local art professional will select fifteen students to participate in this unique initiative.

 

Students will collaborate in conceiving and executing an original artwork and/or installation under the professional advisement of contemporary artist, Monica Lopez de Victoria of the TM Sisters collaborative.  The project will be developed and exhibited in Locust Projects' 2,700 square foot space in Miami's Design District, and include a public opening reception to celebrate this important program. The goal is to promote contemporary art and project based learning as a means to encourage creativity, critical analysis, and problem solving, while building communication skills. 

 

This invaluable opportunity will allow young artists to learn the practical and exciting aspects of creating a public exhibition in collaboration with their peers.

 

To view the 2010 LAB program visit: http://wetheat.tv/WhyMe-LocustLab.html

Courtesy Wet Heat Project

 

 

The LAB (Locust Arts Builders) Application Instructions:

 

1 Express your interest in The LAB and explain why you would be a good fit for this opportunity. (Half page maximum)

 

2 Submit a list of relevant art classes, projects and/or exhibitions in which you have participated.

 

3 Images: 5-10 images of completed artworks or projects. Submit images on CD in jpg format. Each file should be labeled with artist's surname and image number to correspond with an image list. Image size should be under 2MB each. Please do not submit original artwork.


Applicants who do not submit all the required items may be eliminated from the review process. Materials will not be returned to the artist.

 

Applications must be received before 5pm on April 15, 2011

 

Send / deliver materials to:

Locust Projects

Attention: The LAB

155 NE 38th Street #100

Miami, FL 33137

 

For further information contact locustprojects@yahoo.com or 305.576.8570

 


Volunteer at the Cinema

A non-profit arts organization like the Coral Gables Art Cinema can only thrive with the support of the community and the audience that we serve. One of the ways that support happens is by people volunteering their time and their talents.

We are looking for help during Monday through Friday days in our office, evenings and weekdays as part of theater operations and even with some projects that can be done on your own time.

Tasks include but are not limited to working as a theater host/usher; general office help including maintenance on our crucial databases; helping market the Cinema in the community; working on special events that tie-in with the films we show; and hosting visiting filmmakers.

We especially need you if you have more specific, technical skills and can assist us with areas such as website design and maintenance; graphic design; and database design and management.

If you have the time and inclination please contact us with info on your availability and interests by emailing us at info@coralgablescinemateque.org or calling the office at (786) 472-2249.


 

 


 

Volunteers Needed

A non-profit arts organization like the Coral Gables Art Cinema can only thrive with the support of the community and the audience that we serve. One of the ways that support happens is by people volunteering their time and their talents.

We are looking for help during Monday through Friday days in our office, evenings and weekdays as part of theater operations and even with some projects that can be done on your own time.

Tasks include but are not limited to working as a theater host/usher; general office help including maintenance on our crucial databases; helping market the Cinema in the community; working on special events that tie-in with the films we show; and hosting visiting filmmakers.

If you have the time and inclination please contact us with info on your availability and interests by emailing us at info@coralgablescinemateque.org or calling the office at (786) 472-2249.



STUDENT EXHIBITION AT ART AND CULTURE CENTER
All public and private school teachers in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties are invited to exhibit student artwork on a monthly basis during the school year at the Center’s student exhibition space and state-of-the-art display system. Applications are approved on a first-come, first-serve basis and exhibition slots are limited.

   
For an application and more information, please call 954.921.3274.


Art and Culture Center Invites Teachers to Display Student Artwork 

Teachers from both public and private schools, universities, and non-profit educational organizations in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties are invited to display student artwork at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood.

Applications are approved on a first-come, first-served basis and exhibition slots are limited.       

To apply or receive more information, please call the Center at 954.921.3274, ext. 223 or download an application at www.ArtAndCultureCenter.org/student-exhibitions.

 


OPPORTUNITIES:

Become a BAC Resident Artist!
Studio Space is available at BAC. BAC is one of the most recognizable organizations in Wynwood. We are currently seeking studio applications for the Juried Artist program. Artist studios are awarded to artists who are dedicated to their own artistic development and interested in being a part of this dynamic arts facility. Deadline for applications is the 1st of every month.
For details of application process, please see: Artist Application

 

Become a BAC Associate Artist!
Associate Artists are non-tenant, juried in BAC Artists.
As a BAC Associate Artist you will receive a 50% discount off of the utilization of the BAC Print Room and Dark Room facilities (48 hour reservation required), and you will have the ability to submit proposals for all BAC juried exhibitions.

 

Bakehouse Art Complex applications are evaluated the first week of every month. A select committee of three jurors comprised of various art professionals in the community will review applications. The Associate Artist dues are $100.00 / year. Please contact the Administrative Offices for more information on becoming an Associate BAC Artist.

 

VOLUNTEER:

The BAC is currently seeking talented individuals to contribute their time in a creative environment.
Ongoing needs and committees include:

  • Graphic Design

  • Membership

  • Fundraising

  • Advertising

  • Development

  • & More!

For more information or to register as a volunteer, contact Lauren Wagner at 305.576.2828

BAKEHOUSE ART COMPLEX
561 NW 32nd STREET
MIAMI, FL 33127
305.576.2828
www.bacfl.org

 


Attention Professional Artists
ArtCenter/ South Florida is accepting applications for its Artist-in-Residence Program

ArtCenter/ South Florida, established in 1984, is an access point for artists, curators, and visitors alike. Lincoln Road affords the ArtCenter and all of its programs a high level of visibility; however, it is the community involvement and the integrity of ArtCenter's programming that qualifies the ACSF as a major cultural institution.

Best known for its three-year juried artist residency program, the ArtCenter also provides affordable and accessible studios for working artists seeking short-term residencies for project based work or seasonal use.

ArtCenter accepts applications year round from professional artists interested in the juried 3-6 month residency program. No deadlines to worry about. Become a part of the ArtCenter's 25-year tradition of cultural excellence in serving artists and the community.

Benefits for artists-in-residence include: publicly accessible, secure and affordable workspaces; exclusive exhibition opportunities; professional development programs and services; free access to Print and Dark Rooms; and membership in an organization with a 25-year history of cultural excellence and serving South Florida’s artists, residents and visitors.

Please see ArtCenter's website, www.artcentersf.org for submission guidelines and a complete application for the 3-6 Month Artist-in-Residence Program, or email the Director of Exhibitions at jarnette@artcentersf.org for further details on how to apply.

ArtCenter/ South Florida Gallery
800 Lincoln Road @ Meridian
Miami Beach, FL 33139
305.538.7887
email@artcentersf.org
www.artcentersf.or



Calling All Volunteers...
The Armory Art Center is seeking a team of enthusiastic volunteers to help us in a variety of ways. If you are an enthusiastic supporter of the Armory and have some time to give, please click the link below which will take you to the Armory's Volunteer Form. Once submitted you will be informed of a kick-off meeting in March where we will discuss the opportunities in detail. Come and enjoy some refreshments and the camaraderie of other Armory Family members who share in your vision of the Armory's future.
Volunteer Form


Art and Culture Center of Hollywood Has Ongoing Volunteer Orientation Sessions
The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood holds an ongoing volunteer orientation session the third Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m. at its office, located at 1650 Harrison St. The Center is currently seeking volunteers for its galleries, theater and special events.
More than 30 volunteer positions are available, including concierge, teaching and artist assistants, VIP attendants, ushers, and gallery monitors. Some of these positions follow a schedule, while others are more flexible or can be done from home.
Here’s your opportunity to be a part of the team who helps make the Center one of only five major cultural institutions in Broward County out of a total of 554 cultural non-profits.
For more information, please call (954) 921-3274.


Call to Artists
Art Expressions is looking for artists to show in the gallery and for multiple events during the year. Artists interested in showing - NOW is the time to contact us. Please contact Francisco at francisco@artexpressions.tk or call the gallery, 954.527.7700


Miami Art Lab is currently accepting submissions from contemporary artists. Digital images on CD or hard copies are preferred. Please include a bio or CV and any other info you would like reviewed to: Miami Art Lab, ATTN Erik Lopez, 3117 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Coral Gables, FL 33134


Hollywood, Florida City Hall
The City of Hollywood’s Artwork Selection Committee invites Florida Artists to apply for participation in an ongoing series of exhibitions at Hollywood City Hall.
WHEN: Ongoing
WHERE: City Hall, 2600 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, 33020
INFO: City Manager’s Office, (954) 921-3283 Or for applications, write to: Artwork Selection Committee, City of Hollywood, Room 419, PO Box 229045, Hollywood, Florida 33202


The White Street Healing Arts Center invites Keys artists to submit their work as part of the monthly Walk on White exhibition. Present your work in their beautiful space and enjoy the support of the visual and healing arts communities while doing so. Please call 292 7222 for more information and submission guidelines.


Artists and crafts people -- find out how to participate in the nightly sunset celebration at Mallory Square in Key West by visiting www.sunsetcelebration.org or calling 305-292-7700.


Artists are invited to submit work for the new Florida Keys permanent collection of locally inspired art for the Leslie E. Tassell Medical Arts Building at Mariners Hospital. Interested artists can write Joe Harris at 97802 Overseas Highway, Key Largo, FL 33037 or visit www.fkcollection.org for more information.


City of Key West Art in Public Places Board seeks artists & jurors for public art projects. Artists may propose murals, ceramics, sculptures, performance art, landscape architecture, or other work. Jurors may be arts professionals without potential for financial gain. Jay Gewin, AIPP Board, P.O. Box 1409, Key West, FL 33041, 305-809-3844, jgewin@keywestcity.com.


Call for volunteers
Palm Beach Dramaworks 561-514-4042


Southwest

CALL FOR ARTISTS - Juried National Art Competition Cele-BRA-tion - DEADLINE JULY 21, 2011

The Art League of Fort Myers extends a very warm welcome to all artists to participate in our 5th annual juried art competition Cele-BRA-tion to raise awareness for Breast Cancer for the Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. This year also marks the Art League of Fort Myers 55th year of service to our community.


You can go online and download the application form from www.artleagueoffortmyers.org. Please forward this invitation to all your friends around the country because this is a national juried show and a great way to add to your portfolio! 


Contact: Art League of Fort Myers

artleagueoffm@embarqmail.com

www.artleagueoffortmyers.org


Calling all Teen Volunteers for Summer Camp Assistance:

We need teenagers to help at our Creative Kids Summer Camp as teacher assistants. The camp's weekly sessions start June 13th and run through Aug 19th with the hours of 9-3 daily.  The assistants will be helping with art projects,  art supplies, supervision and with clean up.  We really need help with the month of July. If anyone knows a teen who might be interested in volunteering please have them call or email Karen at 365-2032 Karen@artsarasota.org    


Prospectus and Call for Artists

June 2011 Show

The Art League of Fort Myers

1451 Monroe Street, Fort Myers - telephone 239/275-3970

Presents: “Busting Out All Over”

Open to members of the Art Council of Southwest Florida

June 3rd to 25th, 2011

Gallery hours: 11 AM to 3 PM Tuesday through Saturday

 

Media: Two dimensional works in the following:  oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, collage, original prints (etching, lithographs, wood block), photography, and fiber works.

No. of Entries: 4 maximum

Entrance Fee:  Non-refundable fee:         Art League members:         $10 for 1, $20 for 2, $25 for 3, $30 for 4

Non Art League members:              $15 for 1, $25 for 2, $30 for 4, $35 for 4 

Commission:         25% on all sales at the gallery or sales that result from gallery exposure.

Receiving:         Saturday, May 28th, 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Awards:         Ribbons

Reception:         Friday, June 3, 2011

Removal:         Friday, June 24th, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm, or Saturday, 25th, 12:00 to 1:00 pm

Theme:         None

Judge:         People’s Choice, visitors to decide winner at opening

Exhibition Entry Requirements

  1. Entrants must be prepared to prove membership in good standing in an affiliate of the Art Council of Southwest Florida.

  2. Only original works are acceptable.

  3. Entries must not have previously won 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place awards in Art League of Fort Myers shows.

  4. Entries must not have received awards of $100 or more in previous Art Council of Southwest Florida shows.

  5. Entries must be less than three years old.

  6. SIZE RESTRICTIONS:  The length plus the width of entries, including frame, must NOT exceed 84 inches.

  7. Frames must be sturdy and hold together with no loose glass or Plexiglas.

  8. If canvas is unframed, it must continue around all the edges, with no visible staples.

  9. Paintings must be thoroughly dry.

  10. Picture wire must be used for all work.  String, gallery clips, or saw tooth hangers are NOT acceptable.

  11. The ends of the picture wire MUST be taped to prevent injury to the hands of the Hanging Committee.

  12. The hanging point must be more than 3 inches BELOW the top of the frame so that wall hooks do not show.

  13. Screw eyes or equivalent must be used on wood frames, and screw-adjustable hangers on metal frames.

  14. Covered paintings measuring 22 X 30 inches (full sheet of watercolor paper) or larger must use Plexiglas instead of glass to avoid excessive weight.

  15. The Art League of Fort Myers reserves the right to reject paintings done in “paint-along” classes, copies of other artwork, or work that is considered offensive.

  16. Only one of an artist’s entries may be marked “NFS” (Not for Sale).

If your artwork cannot meet these standards, it will not be accepted for exhibition.

PLEASE NOTE: Because the Art League of Fort Myers has NO STORAGE FACILITIES at the gallery, all work must be removed during the specified removal times.   A FINE OF $5 PER DAY, PER PICTURE (to $50 maximum) WILL BE CHARGED FOR ANY WORK NOT REMOVED AT THE PROPER TIME.


Volunteers Needed:

Clerical/Office - We are looking for 2 volunteers who are willing to commit to a one-day-a-week possible long term volunteer position. It will entail copying/scanning and printing archives as well as collating and filing the archived material.

Upcoming May Events: Help needed at the reception for Garden: A Collaboration with Nature Show opening: May 26th 5-7pm.

If you are interested in any of these volunteer opportunities email Karen at  Karen@artsarasota.org or call 365-2032.


 

 

Prospectus and Call for Artists

May 2011 Judged Show

The Art League of Fort Myers

1451 Monroe Street, Fort Myers - telephone 239/275-3970

Presents: “Anything Goes

Open to members of the Art Council of Southwest Florida.

May 6 to 28, 2011

Gallery hours: 11 AM to 3 PM Tuesday through Saturday

 

Media: ........................ Two dimensional works in the following:  oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, collage, original prints (etching, lithographs, wood block), photography, and fiber works.

No. of Entries:........... 4 maximum

Entrance Fee:............ Non-refundable fee:             Art League members:                      $10 for 1, $20 for 2, $25 for 3, $30 for 4

                                                                                          Non Art League members:             $15 for 1, $25 for 2, $30 for 3, $35 for 4

Commission:.............. 25% on all sales at the gallery or sales that result from gallery exposure.

Receiving:.................. Saturday, April 30, 2011, 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Awards:....................... $100 for 1st, $60 for 2nd, $40 for 3rd, 3 Merits at $20 ea., 3 Honorable Mention at $10 ea.

Reception:.................. Friday, May 6, 6:00 to 7:30 pm.

Removal:.................... Friday, May 27, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm, or Saturday, May 28, 12:00 to 1:00 pm

Theme:........................ None

Judge:........................ Shareen Groce

Exhibition Entry Requirements

1.      Entrants must be prepared to prove membership in good standing in an affiliate of the Art Council of Southwest Florida.

2.      Only original works are acceptable.

3.      Entries must not have previously won 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place awards in Art League of Fort Myers shows.

4.      Entries must not have received awards of $100 or more in previous Art Council of Southwest Florida shows.

5.      Entries must be less than three years old.

6.      SIZE RESTRICTIONS:  The length plus the width of entries, including frame, must NOT exceed 84 inches.

7.      Frames must be sturdy and hold together with no loose glass or Plexiglas.

8.      If canvas is unframed, it must continue around all the edges, with no visible staples.

9.      Paintings must be thoroughly dry

10.    Picture wire must be used for all work.  String, gallery clips, or saw tooth hangers are NOT acceptable.

11.    The ends of the picture wire MUST be taped to prevent injury to the hands of the Hanging Committee.

12.    The hanging point must be more than 3 inches BELOW the top of the frame so that wall hooks do not show.

13.    Screw eyes or equivalent must be used on wood frames, and screw-adjustable hangers on metal frames.

14.    Covered paintings measuring 22 X 30 inches (full sheet of watercolor paper) or larger must use Plexiglas instead of glass to avoid excessive weight.

15.    The Art League of Fort Myers reserves the right to reject paintings done in “paint-along” classes, copies of other artwork, or work that is considered offensive.

16.    Only one of an artist’s entries may be marked “NFS” (Not for Sale).

If your artwork cannot meet these standards, it will not be accepted for exhibition.

PLEASE NOTE: Because the Art League of Fort Myers has NO STORAGE FACILITIES at the gallery, all work must be removed during the specified removal times.   A FINE OF $5 PER DAY, PER PICTURE (to $50 maximum) WILL BE CHARGED FOR ANY WORK NOT REMOVED AT THE PROPER TIME.


Auditions for Chicago and The Sound of Music will take place on our stage June 5 and 6 at 7pm

Manatee Players | 102 Old Main Street | Bradenton | FL | 34205


 

Calling All Artists - Gain Exposure for Your Art & Help Fund Education Scholarships for Women in Need

 

The American Business Women's Association (ABWA) Sunrise chapter invites participation in this year's scholarship fundraiser with a Runway Party featuring individually designed and decorated book bags

 

Artists showcasing their work to this powerful group will have access to ABWA members who are highly educated with their own discretionary income - a prime consumer group!

Why participate?

  • Your creation featured on the runway for 350 potential buyers

  • Professional photographer on-site to capture each bag

  • Benefit from AWBA's alignment with SMITH Advertising Agency, ensuring professional event promotion.

  • Link from www.awbarunwayparty.com to artist website

  • Name recognition, coverage and visibility throughout the community utilizing powerful media outlets

Log on to: http://www.abwarunwayparty.com/call-to-artists.php for more details

 


 

Solo Art Exhibition Opportunities at the Sarasota ORCHESTRA’S HARMONY Gallery Next Season
Application Deadline: June 17, 2011

The Sarasota Orchestra invites artists to submit applications to exhibit their work during their 2011-2012 season in the Orchestra’s Harmony Gallery, located in the atrium of the Beatrice Friedman Symphony Center.


The application deadline for the 2011-2012 Harmony Gallery exhibitions is June 17. Juried decisions will be announced by July 1.


The application process is open to all Sarasota, Manatee, or Charlotte county artists and 2D works in any media, excluding installation, video, performance or audio. Exhibited in public forum with large numbers of children – subject matter deemed inappropriate for youth may be rejected at the sole discretion of the Sarasota Orchestra Art Committee. The Committee has final approval of work presented for hanging. Interested artists should submit a completed application, along with 10 – 15 samples of their most recent work on either CD, printed samples, or a link to an online portfolio site.


Applications are available online at http://www.sarasotaorchestra.org/harmonygallery.cfm or in person at the Sarasota Orchestra front desk. Applications should be submitted to Sherrie McKinley at smckinley@SarasotaOrchestra.org or by mail to the Harmony Gallery at the Beatrice Friedman Symphony Center, 709 North Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, Florida, 34236. Please, no phone calls.


The Orchestra will host artist receptions for each exhibition in the atrium of the Symphony Center, and 25% of the proceeds from the sale of Harmony Gallery artwork will be donated to the Orchestra. The gallery is free and open to the public during normal business hours, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and during concerts that take place at Holley Hall in the Beatrice Friedman Symphony Center.
For more information, visit http://www.sarasotaorchestra.org/harmonygallery.cfm


Call for Quotations

Embracing Our Differences will be returning to Sarasota's bayfront in April 2011.  Since 2004, the exhibit has been viewed by more than 850,000 people. At the same time, over 70,000 teachers and students have viewed the exhibit for a firsthand observation and discussion concerning the importance of diversity in our lives. Please consider having your students become a part of this enlightening project by submitting an inspirational quote expressing their thoughts and ideas about "embracing our differences." For each of the past three years, almost one-half of our 39 annual selections chosen for display have come from public and private school students. Some of our best quotations in the past have come from students. Our goal is to have 100% of our winning quotations be authored by students.

The world is a library.  It is only as good as the variety of books on its shelves.  No one wants to visit a library with only one book.

Lauren Dobbins, 9th GradeMcIntosh Middle School

Embracing Our Differences also offers free field trips during the months of April and May 2011 to all public and private school students to experience the art and quotations first hand.  Please click HERE to learn more about our educational programs.

 

 

 

PO Box 2559

Sarasota, FL 34230

941-928-0567

 


 

Call to 2D Artists for Gulfshore Life Magazine

As the Local Arts Agency in Lee County, the Alliance works to create opportunities for artists and helps promote area "Call to Artists." 

It's that time of year again. The Alliance, in partnership with Gulfshore Life Magazine, will choose an artist whose work will be featured on the cover of an ARTS TICKET BOOK. The book offers discounts to cultural organizations from Sarasota to Collier County. The chosen artists work and their bio will be printed on 25,000 Arts Ticket Books and distributed through regular magazine circulation and at participatign Southwest Florida organizations. Click here to find the 2010 Arts Ticket Book artist prospectus.


 

Call for Volunteers
The season is upon us and Art Center Sarasota is seeking willing and able area residents to help with upcoming events and activities. ACS is looking for enthusiastic, energetic and reliable volunteers to assist in all areas of exhibitions, outreach and programming. To get involved or for more information, please contact Barbara Gerdeman at 941-365-2032 or email her at Barbara@artsarasota.org


Volunteers needed
The Anna Maria Island Community Chorus and Orchestra is seeking volunteers for long-term as well as seasonal volunteers. There are two immediate positions available: Director of Public Relations and Director of Development and Fundraising. Seasonal volunteers of every nature are requested as well. Information: 778-1716.


Art scholarships
ArtCenter Manatee currently has two art scholarships available for adults interested in watercolor and other mediums. The Florida Suncoast Watercolor Society sponsors a scholarship for persons ages 18 or older for watercolor classes. Also available is the Nancy Schaefer Scholarship Fund for Adults, which offer instruction in drawing, pastel, watercolor or pottery. Cost of initial supplies are included in both scholarships. Information: 746-2862.


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Have you heard about The X Factor?

It’s Simon Cowell’s new prime-time television show of make it or break it competition and it’s hitting the small screen this fall. And this time, there are no restrictions.

Solo singers, vocal groups and anyone over the age of 12 will have the chance to win a $5 million recording contract with Sony music.

If you think you’ve got what it takes, auditions start on March 27 in Los Angeles and will travel to Miami, Seattle, Chicago, Newark and Dallas. Now is your chance to sign up, who knows, you could be the next big star.

Be sure to visit http://www.fox.com/thexfactor for a step-by-step guide for your audition - everything you need to know to show up and be prepared.

Bring your friends and family to support!

Be sure to sign up and tune in. Stardom awaits!

Location - Dates
Registration/Audition

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Los Angeles
L.A.Sports Arena

(Reg) March 26
(Aud) March 27

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Miami, FL
Bank United Center

(Reg) April 6
(Aud) April 7

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Newark, NJ
Prudential Center

(Reg) April 13
(Aud) April 14

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Seattle, WA
Key Arena

(Reg) April 19
(Aud) April 20

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Chicago, IL
Sears Center Arena

(Reg) April 26
(Aud) April 27

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Dallas, TX
Dallas Convention Center

(Reg) May 25
(Aud) May 27

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Now that you know when and where to show up, make sure you’re prepared to wow the judges! Still have questions? For further information, please visit our website http://www.fox.com/thexfactor or call the toll free information line: 1-(855) 345-5678.


 

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