Artist Opportunities: February 3, 2019

Artist Opportunities showcases what is new and happening around the area for artists to get involved in, whether that’s workshops, grants, conferences, or shows open for entry. Let us know what you have open for entry by sending an email to mdfedartmembernews@gmail.com

OPEN FOR ENTRY

Call for Artists

A5 magazine wants to try and shine a light on some of the amazing artists working today. We are now taking entries for the March edition of the zine.

Brief: Send us a large digital image of your work. Also, send us any information you think is relevant. Any text needs to be kept brief as we get hundreds of submissions.

Deadline: 5th March 2018

For more information click here.

Working For a Living

Work can crush us. Work can provide a sense of purpose and accomplishment.  For some, work is an all-consuming passion.  For others, it is drudgery necessary for survival.  Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) seeks artists in any medium who capture any aspect of what “work” means to them, including their own working practices or those of fellow artists. Most of all, MFA seeks images of the emotional impact of work, in every possible way, on the worker.  The selected images will be on view in the online Curve Gallery from April 15 – May 31, 2018.

Deadline: March 14, 2019

For more information click here. 

Howard County State Delegation

The Howard County State Delegation is looking for artwork to display in their Delegation Room for the 2019 Legislative Session. They are looking for photographs by Howard County artists featuring Howard County nature scenes or iconic Howard County buildings or settings. Photographs should be framed and wired for hanging.

Framed works should ideally measure between 20″ x 24″ – 24″ x 36″.

To apply, please submit the following:

  1. Contact Information, including artist name
  2. Up to 6 digital images
  3. Image List, which contains artist’s name, title, medium, year completed, price, and dimensions for each piece
  4. Artist statement or description of your artistic goals and recent work

Deadline: February 5, 2019

For more information, click here.

WORKSHOPS, OPEN HOUSES, ARTIST CONFERENCES, FUNDRAISERS:

A Language More Powerful than Words

Students love this interactive approach to literature, studying music and demonstrate movement in order to draw inferences, synthesize meaning, and analyze character, mood, and plot. Students learn dance pieces from BTM’s repertoire, including “Pirates of the Chesapeake,” “Medieval Festival,” “Beauty and the Beast,” among others in this dance residency.

PRICING

Typically, residencies range from $2,000 to $3,000, but we can use your available budget and ‘work backwards’ to create a cost-effective residency for your school. We may be able to assist you in securing grant and funding opportunities.

Residencies are tailored to your needs but usually include:

  • A kick-off assembly
  • A required orientation meeting and planning session
  • A set of workshops for classes of up to 25 students each
  • A student culminating or sharing event
  • An evaluation meeting

For a rough estimate, residency prices include:

  • Artist assembly (see artist’s page for pricing)
  • A set of workshops ($100 each)
  • A required orientation meeting and planning session ($100 each)
  • An evaluation meeting ($100)
  • Mileage and supply costs depend on artist location and the residency chosen.

For more information click here.

A Little Potato and Hard to Peel

In the inspiring and humorous program a Little Potato and Hard to Peel, David Harrell shares the highs and lows of growing up without a right hand. Portraying colorful and influential characters from his own family, TV, and film, David shares the importance of not being defined by your limitations.

For more information click here.

Alice in Wonderland

A company of dancers brings a full-fledged ballet into your school!  Experience the Alice in Wonderland story in a nutshell, with excerpts from the full-length ballet based on the classic Lewis Carroll tale. Narration is introduced as students experience how costumes, props, ballet and musical theatre, mesh to transform Alice in Wonderland into a ballet.

For more information click here.

Have a grant you want to get the word out about? Maybe a workshop you’re leading in a few weeks? Send us an email to get the word out about it! Contact MFA with the what, when, and where of your opportunity, and an image at mdfedartmembernews@gmail.com

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