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Backroads: Art Less-Travelled

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Vestige Concept Gallery Presents: Backroads: Art Less-Travelled. This exhibit seeks to showcase works of art that venture off the beaten path, especially with regard to travel.   Artwork could include places or experiences involving hidden gems, special or unusual places, wanderings, odd travel, strange encounters, and/or "lost" and fading places.

We are seeking artwork of any kind, from Emerging, Mid-Career, and/or Professional Artists.  Work should somehow relate to the theme of the show.

"Backroads: Art Less-Travelled" In-Person opening reception will be held Saturday, June 5th, at 6 PM.

ELIGIBILITY

"Backroads" is open to any artists over age 18, within the United States and Canada.

Work should ideally have been created in the last two years, and must be the original artwork, ready to display.

The specific work must not have been previously displayed in a Vestige Concept Gallery exhibit.

Work must be for sale. (No "NFS" or deliberate overpricing)

No Glicees or reproductions of original works will be accepted, unless the work itself is a Glicee.  Please note this, if applicable.

ENTRY PROCEDURE

All entries and fees will be processed through www.callforentry.org

Applicants may submit up to six (6) entries. Two (2) entries are included in the $25 application.

An additional charge of $5 per entry is charged for any additional submissions.

Application deadline is May 22nd, 2021

Artists will be notified of acceptance by May 24, 2021

Shipped works of art must arrive no later than Wednesday, June 2nd, 2021.

CONDITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE

Artists accepted into the show must send an email confirmation upon acceptance, plus be willing to provide an artist pic, short bio, and web/social links (if applicable).  These items are neccessary for the Online version of the show and other promotion  By submitting this information, you provide Vestige Concept Gallery all rights to post the work on their gallery website and within a paper brochure for the event.

Accepted artwork must be the actual artwork as seen in the submitted images. No substitutions.  Vestige Concept Gallery reserves the right to pull any artwork that differs from the images in the accepted submission.  Any Glicees will automatically be pulled from the show unless it was initially stated that the work itself is a Glicee.

Accepted artwork listed for sale must be for the price listed in the submission. No last minute price changes.

Vestige Concept Gallery will retain a 25% commission for any artwork sold-  please factor this into your pricing. 

Artists are responsible for shipping & optional shipping insurance to and from Vestige Concept Gallery. A prepaid return shipping label must be included. Fedex or UPS only. No cash or checks.

Shipped work must be sent in reusable, sturdy boxes and marked with your name. No loose peanuts. Artwork framed with glass is the responsibility of the artist and is not recommended.  Artwork with glass that arrives in broken condition may be pulled from the event if artist is unable to remedy the issue.

Late or damaged work will not be exhibited.

Art damaged in transit is soley the responsibility of the artist and shipper.  Artwork may also be hand-delivered, if applicable.  

Wall pieces MUST be securely wired, framed, and properly prepared for display.  Painted edges and/or a clean edge gallery wrap (i.e. the gallery edges were masked off prior to painting), are acceptable.

2D Work must not exceed 30 lbs, including frame.  3D work or audio/video must be available to discuss the display with gallery member, if selected, and you will be placed into "waitlist" status and be contacted by the gallery.   3D artists may wish to inquire with the gallery first before submitting. 

TIMELINE

MAY 22:  Application deadline.
On or before MAY 24:    Acceptance notification
JUNE 2  Deadline for shipped or dropped-off work
JUNE 5    Opening Reception
JUNE 6   "Safe" Walkthru Day (if applicable)
JUNE-  normal business hours
JUNE 27   Show closes
JUNE 28-29   Unsold artwork is packaged and shipped back
 

Deadline: 
05/22/2021

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$25
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UNCSA Choreographic Development Residency

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EXTENDED APPLICATION DEADLINE! APPLICATIONS DUE FEBRUARY 10!

The Choreographic Development Residency is a 5-week program to foster the development of new work by emerging to mid-career choreographers of exceptional promise. UNCSA Summer Dance will award four choreographers the opportunity to further their choreographic research and create new dance works by providing studio space, dancers, personal mentoring with Helen Pickett, weekly workshops and access to participate in daily technique classes. Participants will receive room, board and a stipend.

The residency culminates in a performance of the work set on students in UNCSA’s summer program at UNCSA’s Stevens Center. Through this initiative, UNCSA School of Dance looks to deepen its mission of developing original works, supporting artists and giving back to the broader community. Choreographers will be chosen from an open call for submissions. 

Choreographic Development Residency June 21 – July 24, 2020

 

The residency will consist of daily technique class (optional), morning mentoring sessions, workshops, and lectures, all led by esteemed Summer Dance faculty and guests.  Afternoon rehearsals with a cast of dancers from UNCSA Summer Dance will follow. In the evenings, choreographers will have access to UNCSA’s beautiful studios for further choreographic research.

The residency will culminate in a performance of the work. Video documentation of the work will be provided. The UNCSA Summer Dance Final Workshop Performance will be held July 24, 2019, at the Stevens Center.

 

Requirements

The program is looking for emerging and mid-career choreographers who exhibit a strong choreographic voice and exceptional promise. Two Contemporary choreographers and two Contemporary Ballet choreographers will be selected.

UNCSA’s Choreographic Institute is ideal for candidate’s that are open, creative, and driven. Though much of the time is structured in mentoring sessions—from application processes to costume design, much of the time on your own. We aim to give recipients the time to focus on creation, process and both personal and professional development. We hope to provide tools for this development, including but not limited to rehearsal studios, pre-professional and professional dancers on selected evenings, a library, mentors, an extensive arts library, a gym, etc.

 

This residency is two-fold in priority—one is your development as a choreographer, and the other is the work set on the students. The caliber of the work is expected to be high, with a prepared plan coming in to the session. We also expect recipients to coach and create a rehearsal environment in which  students can learn, be pushed and be supported. They are high school age students of varying, and the main stage choreography will be set on them. One of the intended outcomes of this residency is for there to be reciprocal growth between you and the students you are setting work on.

Choreographers must have two years of choreographic experience.

How to Apply

 

NEW APPLICATION DEADLINE FEBRUARY 10th. Selected choreographers will be notified by March 10th, 2020. In the body of the email include your name, address, email and phone number. Indicate which category you are applying for: Contemporary or Contemporary Ballet (you may only apply for one).

Include the following attachments to your application email:

Your choreographic C.V. in pdf format
One letter of recommendation in pdf format
An artistic statement (one page maximum) in pdf format
A link to a 5-minute video example of one of your choreographic works from the past three years. Video should be a 5-minute consecutive section. Prefer works with four or more dancers, since selected pariticpants will be choreographing on 15+ UNCSA summer students.

There is no fee to apply. Partial applications will not be considered.

If you have questions about the Choreographic Development Residency or the application process, email Summer Dance director Ashley Lindsey at UNCSAchoreoin@gmail.com.

 

 

Prizes Details: 

Four selected choreographers

Deadline: 
02/10/2020
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2020 Summer Artist-in-Residence / Project-Based Application

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Summer Artist-in-Residence Program

June 1 - August 7, 2020 (10 weeks)

Application Deadline: March 8, 2020

Application Fee: $30.00 USD

Notifications Begin: March 23, 2020

Program Overview: GoggleWorks Center for the Arts will offer three residencies this summer to outstanding visual artists who will spend 10-weeks, from June 1 - August 7, on our campus developing a project/body of work. The Summer Artist-In-Residence Program was created to infuse new, creative energy to the GoggleWorks' community with an emphasis on facilitating cross-disciplinary experimentation. The residency provides personal studio space, access to GoggleWorks' eight communal studios (ceramics, warm glass, hot glass, photography, printmaking, metalsmithing, wood, and V.R. Lab), and a culminating exhibition showcasing the residents' work. Applicants can choose to submit a project-based application or portfolio-based application. Selection of residents is highly competitive and based on the strength of the applicant's project proposal and/or quality of work and experience. Residents should be self-motivated and enthusiastic, early in their artistic career, dedicated to their artwork, and enjoy working with other people in a communal studio setting.

The Summer Artist-in-Residence Program provides:

  • Studio space with 24/7 access (fully-funded)
  • Access to GoggleWorks' eight communal studios
  • Shared, furnished housing conveniently located across the street and within walking distance to our campus (fully-funded)
  • $2,000 stipend
  • Opportunity to teach in GoggleWorks' community arts programs
  • Travel stipend (up to $500)
  • Opportunity to document work
  • Material stipend
  • Culminating exhibition

Accepted applicants agree to:

  • Bring a sampling of selected works for an introductory exhibition
  • Participate in GoggleWorks' community art programs, including presenting an artist talk and discussing their process with GoggleWorks visitors
  • Complete their proposed body of work/project within the time frame of the residency
  • Prepare works for exhibition by August 3, 2020
  • Leave one finished artwork for the GoggleWorks' permanent collection
  • Retrieve work upon completion of exhibition

Project-Based Application The project-based application allows artists to focus on a specific project to be completed during the 10-week residency time frame. Special consideration will be given to proposals that take advantage of the multi-media possibilities offered on our campus and/or involve site-specific installations. Applicants are encouraged to be cognizant of GoggleWorks' surrounding urban environment and consider how their projects may provide a mechanism for social outreach and/or emphasize community engagement. The project-based application requires:

  • artist statement
  • resume or C.V.
  • project proposal, which includes overview of project, artistic intent, and interest in GoggleWorks and its community (1000 words max), plus corresponding project material and/or supplies with respective costs
  • visual representation of proposed project which conveys the look, feel, and overall aesthetics (minimum 3, maximum 5; including but not limited to renderings, drawings, maquette images, videos, etc.)
  • anticipated use of one or more of GoggleWorks' communal teaching studios

Questions?

Tim Compton: Artistic Director

610-374-4600 ext 148

tcompton@goggleworks.org

Prizes Details: 

The Summer Artist-in-Residence Program provides:

  • Studio space with 24/7 access (fully-funded)
  • Access to GoggleWorks' eight communal studios
  • Shared, furnished housing conveniently located across the street and within walking distance to our campus (fully-funded)
  • $2,000 stipend
  • Opportunity to teach in GoggleWorks' community arts programs
  • Travel stipend (up to $500)
  • Opportunity to document work
  • Material stipend
  • Culminating exhibition
Deadline: 
03/08/2020

Entry Fee:

Contact & Links: 

2020 Summer Artist-in-Residence / Portfolio-Based Application

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Summer Artist-in-Residence Program

June 1 - August 7, 2020 (10 weeks)

Application Deadline: March 8, 2020

Application Fee: $30.00 USD

Notifications Begin: March 23, 2020

Program Overview: GoggleWorks Center for the Arts will offer three residencies this summer to outstanding visual artists who will spend 10-weeks, from June 1 - August 7, on our campus developing a project/body of work. The Summer Artist-In-Residence Program was created to infuse new, creative energy to the GoggleWorks' community with an emphasis on facilitating cross-disciplinary experimentation. The residency provides personal studio space, access to GoggleWorks' eight communal studios (ceramics, warm glass, hot glass, photography, printmaking, metalsmithing, wood, and V.R. Lab), and a culminating exhibition showcasing the residents' work. Applicants can choose to submit a project-based application or portfolio-based application. Selection of residents is highly competitive and based on the strength of the applicant's project proposal and/or quality of work and experience. Residents should be self-motivated and enthusiastic, early in their artistic career, dedicated to their artwork, and enjoy working with other people in a communal studio setting.

The Summer Artist-in-Residence Program provides:

  • Studio space with 24/7 access (fully-funded)
  • Access to GoggleWorks' eight communal studios
  • Shared, furnished housing conveniently located across the street and within walking distance to our campus (fully-funded)
  • $2,000 stipend
  • Opportunity to teach in GoggleWorks' community arts programs
  • Travel stipend (up to $500)
  • Opportunity to document work
  • Material stipend
  • Culminating exhibition

Accepted applicants agree to:

  • Bring a sampling of selected works for an introductory exhibition
  • Participate in GoggleWorks' community art programs, including presenting an artist talk and discussing their process with GoggleWorks visitors
  • Complete their proposed body of work/project within the time frame of the residency
  • Prepare works for exhibition by August 3, 2020
  • Leave one finished artwork for the GoggleWorks' permanent collection
  • Retrieve work upon completion of exhibition

Portfolio-Based Application The portfolio-based application allows artists to focus on their personal studio practice and the development of a body of work. Portfolio-based applications are able to select one studio of focus; however, special consideration will be given to artists interested in developing multi-media work within more than one of our eight studios.

The portfolio-based application requires:

  • artist statement
  • resume or C.V.
  • visual representation of your current work (10 images, jpg format, sized at max. 1500 pixels at largest dimension, 300 dpi, labeled 1-10.)
  • statement of intent
  • anticipated material and equipment needs
  • selection of one or more of GoggleWorks' communal teaching studios to work within

Questions?

Tim Compton: Artistic Director

610-374-4600 ext 148

tcompton@goggleworks.org

Prizes Details: 

The Summer Artist-in-Residence Program provides:

  • Studio space with 24/7 access (fully-funded)
  • Access to GoggleWorks' eight communal studios
  • Shared, furnished housing conveniently located across the street and within walking distance to our campus (fully-funded)
  • $2,000 stipend
  • Opportunity to teach in GoggleWorks' community arts programs
  • Travel stipend (up to $500)
  • Opportunity to document work
  • Material stipend
  • Culminating exhibition
Deadline: 
03/08/2020

Entry Fee:

Contact & Links: 
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