Interested in a creative future in North Adams, Massachusetts?
If you’ve been looking for a place with abundant natural beauty, affordable real estate, small-town charm and convenience, and a lively cultural community…. You’ve just found it. And Assets for Artists is now inviting applications for assistance to artists who intend to relocate here in 2017!
The deadline is April 25, 2017.
A.I.R. Studio Paducah, now in its 13th year as an artist residency program, is situated in the heart of the LowerTown Arts District, Paducah, Kentucky. Since 2004, creatives from around the country and abroad have passed through A.I.R. doors to make the most of the space and a stretch of undistracted time…
Information can be found here: https://airstudiopaducah.com/
Looking to disrupt your daily routine and focus on your work?
Although many residencies are geared towards fine artists, there are many opportunities specifically for photographers. You might not think you need a studio, but these darkrooms and digital setups will have you drooling.
Check out this list of the best art residencies for photographers:
Conservation departments that are accepting fellowship applicants are listed…in the “Current Announcements” section. Please download the fellowship overview that contains pertinent details including application deadlines. Fellowship candidates will need to prepare the following materials in English when a position is open for recruitment: transcripts of both undergraduate and graduate courses of academic study; a curriculum vitae including basic biographical information, current and permanent addresses and telephone numbers; a brief statement of interest and intent in applying for the fellowship; offprints of any publications or lectures; two supporting letters of recommendation from conservation professionals familiar with the candidate’s work; and one letter of personal reference.
The application for the Summer Curatorial Program is now open! The deadline has been set on March 31th, 2016. We would like to remind you that our program is designed for people with some experience in any of the following areas of contemporary art: curatorial studies, theory and philosophy of art, art history, art management and art production, visual arts, fine arts, arts and new media, architecture, interior architecture, photography, interior decoration, installation, design, theater, scenic design and music, as well as university graduates in the cultural studies field and literary studies.
The program is also suitable for candidates who have acquired certain curatorial skills through practical experience.
To apply it is necessary to submit the application form together with a CV and a short resume explaining the reasons you are applying to the Course before the 31th of March 2017.
The Ranch boasts a talented group of art educators in lieu of wranglers, and kale salads and quinoa cakes instead of chili and sirloin. While there’s plenty of green space and a simple feel to the wooden buildings, most visitors come for the public talks or the top-notch art facilities and equipment. The Ranch has become a destination for art enthusiasts of all stripes and origins—collectors, practitioners, gallerists, and instructors from around the world, many of whom fall into multiple categories.
The AAMC Foundation Engagement Program for International Curators, made possible with major support from the Terra Foundation for American Art, is a two-year Program for three non-US based curators and three US Liaisons working on or having worked within exhibitions and projects that explore historic American Art (c. 1500-1980), including painting; sculpture; works on paper, including prints, drawing and photography; decorative arts; and excluding architecture; design; and performance. The Program offers numerous benefits for Awardees, including travel funding.
Through fostering international relationships between curators, the Program aims to not only provide opportunities for professional development and exchange, but also to expand and strengthen the international curatorial community and give primacy to the curatorial voice in the international dialogue between museum professionals.The Program will be an active part of building international partnerships, leading cross-border conversations, and spearheading international representation within AAMC’s membership & AAMC Foundation’s efforts.
Information and applications here~
Please note that all applications are due by October 15, 2016