Thursday, April 26, 2012

Upcoming Deadlines for All Artists on Res Artis and Transartists

Hi everyone---sorry I got a bit snarky yesterday because of a disgruntled person who did not win the contest. Anyway, if you haven't checked out the winning artists yet, go here to see who they are: http://www.miraslist.com/2012/04/art-contest-2012-winners-have-been.html

And just to let you know, there are many upcoming residency deadlines for all disciplines on RES ARTIS  and TRANSARTISTS. Even in this economic world-wide slump, there are new residencies popping up all over, which cheers me up immensely!

Have a great weekend and don't forget to take a look at the Karol Slowik and Lily Morris who are our contest winners this time around.
Cheers,
Mirabee

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

A Word to the Wise! Lest Ye Experience the Wrath of Mirabee!

I am sorry to have to say this—but someone just wrote one of my judges today, insulting the art of one of the winners, and telling her that she made a poor choice. I am assuming that no one else is foolish and unprofessional enough to do this but if you are thinking of it, DO NOT WRITE MY JUDGES personal emails about their choices. That is really out of line! Let's just take a moment to celebrate the fine art that was submitted by ALL and not be bitter and self-righteous.

Sorry to have to write that but you never know who is out there, lurking in the shadows....

Once again, congrats to Karol Slowik and Lily Morris! Click here to read about the winners and see their beautiful, timely, very humanistic work.
Mirabee, on patrol for troublemakers....

Art Contest 2012: The Winners Have Been Announced!

Well, after much deliberation, the results are finally in for the art contest. First, before I tell you who the judges picked, I want to say that the art submitted was fantastic and that it was a hard decision to make for the judges: Mary Sherman, Director of TransCultural Exchange and Wendy Watson, Curator at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum. So thanks to not only them for helping out with this contest but thanks to all of you who entered! Okay....on to the winners: KAROL SLOWIK for first place and LILY MORRIS for second....read on....

First, a big congratulations to Karol Slowik for winning first place! Karol is from Poland but now lives in New York and you will hear more about Karol's work in the future when we do a special interview later this spring. Karol won a $500 prize and will soon be featured on this blog until the next contest. Here is some of Karol's work (scroll down to see Lily's work too).





Lily Morris, from Massachusetts, won second place. She received a $100 prize. Below are some of her paintings. She is only three years out of college and I think she has quite a bright future before her.



Thanks again everyone for entering and I hope some of you try again for the next contest down the road. Cheers! Mira

Monday, April 23, 2012

Calling All Printmakers, Animators, Artists & Media Artists: New Residencies in Finland, India and the U.S.A.


Hi everyone....contest update: The winners have been picked by the judges and that info will be posted later today or sometime this week. So stay tuned...in the meantime, below are a couple new opportunities for you. Cheers,
Mirabee

(PRINTMAKERS) The Jyväskylä Centre for Printmaking Residency—The Jyväskylä Centre for Printmaking welcomes printmakers to apply for aone month residence in October / November 2012

What we offer you?
 -free accommodation at the guest room
 -free working at the printshop (except plates, papers and special materials)
 -a grant of 400 € for living and material costs

What we need for your application?
 -fulfilled application form
 -a working plan
 -curriculum vitae
 -at least 6 digital images of your works

Applications and inquiries: [email protected]

The application deadline for the residence will be May 31, 2012.
The main selection criteria will be the quality of art and motivation to work in the local artists' community. The name of the selected artist will be published on our website by June 17, 2012. The artist will be informed personally before the date. For more info, go to: http://www3.jkl.fi/taidemuseo/grafiikkakeskus/air2012.htm

(ARTISTS/ANIMATORS) Tiny Circus Summer Session; A Collaborative Animation Residency
Deadline Information: May 25, 2012
Location: Grinnell, IA, June 15 – July 15 (short and long term opportunities)
Artistic Discipline: Stop-motion Animation, Collaborative Art Practice, Community Art Creation
Contact Information: [email protected]

Tiny Circus is a community-based collaborative art project that uses stop-motion animation to make and tell stories. Our animations are simple and accessible, as they have been created with a broad audience in mind. The short films we create with groups of all ages are projected in public spaces from a vintage airstream trailer, a rolling magic lantern. We hope to inspire audiences to reconsider the ways that we use assumptions, beliefs and storytelling to order our world. 

During the Summer Session we take a break from travel and intensive workshops and work together in Grinnell, Iowa on as-of-yet unfathomed projects – animation and collaboration will be central to our work, as well as envisioning new ways to communicate stories and ideas. Our 2012 summer session will run from June 15 to July 15 in Grinnell, Iowa. We are looking for both short and long term participants with varied skills and an interest in collaborative community art creation. No specific experience is necessary. Each participant pays $10/day; this covers food (much from our own garden), stay in a wonderful big old house, and materials. If you are interested in circusing this summer, please download and fill out the Summer Participant Application Form with your availability and anticipated length of stay. Email the form and a resume to [email protected] with “Summer Participant Applicant” in subject line. We'll contact you by email to set up a phone interview. For more info, go to: 

(ARTISTS/MEDIA ARTISTS/INTERDISCIPLINARY ARTISTS) Studio VERVE Artist Residency in India—Studio VERVE has been operating as an artist studio since 2001 and began an Artist in Residence Program last year. We offer fellowships to Artists in the form of free Studio Space and  reserve a studio for foreign artists. 1-3 month residencies.

Mailing Address : Studio Verve, @nd floor, Urmil Building. Gopal chawk, Bhaironath road, Ahmedabad - 380008. 
Studio Adress : Studio Verve, C/!2 Garden City, Greenwoods. Nr. Greenwoods Lake Resort. Vaishnodevi Circle, Ahmedabad.
Telephone Number : + 91 8141019861, +91 9898164336
Web site : www.studioverve.in
COST is  200 USD per month for accommodation. 

Other artist responsibilities, if any (such as teaching, open studio hours, donating artwork) : One artwork to be given to the studio at the end of term. A presentation of their work to be given to invited guests from the art fraternity. Teaching or Workshops optional. We do an exhibition / viewing of the artists work at the end of the residency.

Short description of location : The Studio is located on the outskirts of Ahmedabad  adjoining  the "Greenwoods Lake Resort".It is at an independent bungalow by the lake.   The Area is 1 km from the S.G Highway. Short description of facilities : A private bedroom and bathroom with attached terrace will be made available. The Studio space is free.

Easels and basic paint/sculpting tools and machinery. There is a sculpture studio on the premises. all material is easily available and we help the artist source whatever their requirements be.

What is included in the residency: studio, meals, shared use of kitchen, etc. : Studio space and Accommodation are part of the residency. The Kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator, water purifier gas and microwave. there is a mini library with a collection of books on art/ design and artist catalogues. The Artist can avail of all facilities of the adjoining resort as we have a membership. 


Saturday, April 14, 2012

Calling All Artists: Residencies and Fellowships in France, Brazil, Ireland, and All Over the World!

Okay people, here is a ton of things that have been piling up....and by the way, you might not hear from me for a short while because I am frantically trying to come up with a proposal so I can sell my next book (my husband is still out of work, after having lost his job over a year ago....don't be shy, go ahead and make a donation so we can pay our mortgage one more month!). Anyway, have no fear, I shall return!

And there are so many things coming up, including the results of the art contest (fantastic entries, by the way), a couple interviews down the road and much more. If you write me about posting an opportunity and you don't hear back or you don't see the opportunity posted in a timely manner, please feel free to post a short note on my facebook page because that goes right to twitter too: http://www.facebook.com/miraslist. You can shorten your URL at www.tinyurl.com so that it will be short enough for twitter. And that goes for all of you out there who have an upcoming exhibit or film screening or whatever. Feel free to post it on my Mira's List facebook page and it will get tweeted to the world, even as far as Australia!

Love ya,
mirabee
 
This first residency you must pay for but I've heard good things about it...AND I am getting this listed late---the deadline is Monday, April 15th, so it is very short notice. Sorry.

(ARTISTS) An Artists Residence at Cregg Castle Arts Venue, Corrandulla, Co. Galway, Ireland
Cregg Castle is one of the last, if not actually the last of the ” Fortified Mansions” built in Ireland the entire building is an interesting display of three centuries of advancement in fortified building. It is located in rural splendour on about 180 acres of magical  woodland, meadow and pasture.  There is also a spring well and a river meanders through part of the land.



This is a great opportunity to join a team of like-minded Artists and become one of the key people to transform this beautiful Castle into an Arts Venue as well as a creative environment to live and work. The rent per week is € 100 -120 with one day per week allocated to working on the venue.


Each Artist will have a medium to large comfortable bedroom with an en-suite or shared between two. The bedrooms will be heated be by a pot belly stove. Communal areas include a large internal studio with store and coffee room of a lounge, the large kitchen/dining room, living rooms and music room and then a presentation/workshop/movie room. The rent agreement ranges to reflect the rooms.  Each artists has an external personal (stable) workshop. Bills included in the rent are electricity, TV and Wi-Fi and an Insurance policy for all artwork. Firewood for our heat is available on the property. We hope to grow our own vegetable garden with in the one acre wall garden.

The venue also encompasses a large Gallery, Gallery/ Office. The plan is to host resident group exhibitions, external / internal workshops and events. It will be open to the public from Thursday – Sunday each week. A 20% commission will apply on sales from the gallery which will be invested back into the venue.

The Gallery website will promote the resident artists which will also have links to each of their personal sites.

Deadline for this call is April.15th





(PRINTMAKERS) Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop 2012 Studio Immersion Project FellowshipStudio Immersion Project (SIP) is an intensive 3 month studio fellowship designed to immerse artists in the world of printmaking. SIP Fellows will acquire new techniques and build upon existing skills. Artists, from all media, interested in making printmaking a regular part of their creative practice are invited to apply.


SIP recipients will receive the following:
-1 year RBPMW membership  
-3 months unlimited RBPMW studio access (6/5/12 – 9/2/12)
-Monthly stipend
-Materials stipend
-6 session Introduction including: In depth studio orientation, introduction to basic intaglio, relief and monotype techniques
-3 RBPMW classes picked from Summer 2012 Class Schedule.
-SIP Fellows group exhibition in Blackburn 20|20 during the summer of 2013
-Scheduled project consultation with RBPMW staff printers
-3 month material & supply storage
-Access to exhibition and portfolio exchange opportunities through RBPMW membership

Applicants cannot have an affiliation with any institution as a full or part time student (at the time of application), nor have received any other fellowship from RBPMW in the past 2 years.
Eligibility is limited to artists living and working in New York State.
Artists must be able to work in the NYC studio from 6/5/12 – 9/2/12.
For details on eligibility, how to apply and recipient awards, follow this link:
http://www.efanyc.org/rbpmw-sip2012/.
All applications must be submitted by 6:00 PM April 27th, 2012
 
(ARTISTS) / studio lâmina / Artist Residence in São Paulo, Brazil—studio lâmina is a home-gallery and an artist residence dedicated to all contemporary art manifestations and based in the midst of São Paulo’s historical downtown, at Anhangabaú valley.

studio lâmina provides a room along the gallery specially to host the resident artist. The resident artist can stay from 2-4 months to develop or conclude his artwork project in any area of artistic creation. Because of it’s presence into the heart of of São Paulo and in the midst of its history and poignant reality, studio lâmina gives preference to projects which are interested in dialogue with the events that surround it. The next artist residence program is planned to start in August 2012. 

Artists interested to apply must send, until May 31th of 2012, applications by email or mail containing:
_project’s submission to be developed during the residence;
_portifolio/sample of artwork already developed or to be accomplished during the program;
_time necessary to execute the project (maximum of 04 months).
 
/ accommodations /
_an spacious studio-bedroom, attached to the gallery space, with bathroom and kitchen enclosed;
_the resident can also use the gallery space to work and exhibit his artwork.

/ investment /
_R$ 500/month, included house expenses (such as internet, water and energy), food and other personal expenses are on the artist’s demand.

/ Deadline is May 31th 2012 /

_Av. São João, 108 room 41 - Sé - São Paulo - SP - Brazil - 01036-000

 
 
(MUSICIANS/COMPOSERS) Applications and guidelines are now up for the 2012-13 Con Edison Musicians’ Residency—The residency provides free space in cultural and community facilities for composition work. This year, we will select eight NYC-based composers for residence in four facilities.  Composers receive three months of free workspace and a $1,000 stipend.  This year’s four host facilities will be: Flushing Town Hall, Turtle Bay Music School, Bloomingdale School for Music and Brooklyn Youth Chorus Academy.
The deadline to apply is June 1, 2012.

(ARTISTS) Call for Artist Residents--Residency Program at Gallery 263 in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Gallery 263 is currently accepting applications for its Summer Residency (June 18 - Sept. 9, 2012). Each session is twelve weeks in length. Studio space is shared by three to five artists, all mediums and group proposals are welcome (painters, writers, musicians, etc.).  Artists are selected on the basis of their work quality, originality, and their personal commitment to community interaction and collaboration. Costs are $150-200 for 4 weeks, or $450-600 for the entire residency.  Traditionally the end of each Residency concludes with a two week group exhibition. THIS IS A WORK ONLY RESIDENCY. Deadline May 20, 2012.  Apply here: http://www.gallery263.com/residency.php


(ARTISTS) Public Art Project in Detroit, MI—artists are provided with $350 stipends to produce art at Belle Isle Park. The park is a 982-acre (1.534 sq mi; 397 ha) island park in the Detroit River, between the United States mainland and Canada. The exhibition is a great opportunity for artists to work in a venue that receives an steady amount of traffic during the summer months. In any case, please take a look at the information on the Access Arts Detroit website. If you should have any questions, feel free to contact me. 

(MEDIA ARTISTS/INTERDISCIPLINARY ARTISTS/PERFORMANCE ARTISTS) Pequignot Palace Artist Residency in New Hampton, MO—Located in New Hampton, MO, just 1 hr and 30 minutes north of Kansas City. Free for artists. Amenities include a master bedroom, free studio space, garden, and food provided. Transportation to and from must be provided by artist.

Restrictions:  Nothing permanent can be left on the property.  Work must be temporary or able to be transported. For artists all over the world..

Contact:  Abbe Findley
30487 W State Hwy D
New Hampton, MO 64471

(ARTISTS) Guest Artist Positions at Raw Art Works in Lynn, MA
Overall description: Guest Artists present art groups, workshops, and experiences for middle school and high school youth in summer programming (July/August). 
Hours: Between 4 and 40 hours in July or August depending on proposal.  Possible work also in school year.
Compensation: Artists will be compensated up to $65/hour (depending on experience) and will also have a budget for supplies.
For more info email [email protected] and use GUEST ARTIST in the subject line.
Want to find out more about RAW?
Check out RAW films and art at: http://www.rawartworks.org/imagegaller
  

(ALL) Affiliate Artists Program: Call for Application at Headlands Center for theArtsAffiliate Artists are part of an immersion studio practice program at Headlands, competitively awarded to 20 Bay Area artists each year. Affiliates receive subsidized studio space, public presentation opportunities, and discounts on Headlands meals and public events. Affiliate Artists are active participants in Headlands peer-to-peer driven creative community and benefit from engagement with local, national and international artists participating in Headlands artists’ programs. Please visit www.headlands.org for more details and to apply.  
 
This program is open to artists, specifically: Visual (painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, installation, conceptual), Writing (poetry, fiction, nonfiction, playwriting, screenwriting), Film / Video / New Media, Arts Professionals (art writers, administrators, and curators), Architecture / Environment, and Interdisciplinary Arts.
Application Deadline: April 27, 2012—Program Start: July 1, 2012. For questions, contact: E. Maude Haak-Frendscho at [email protected]org
 
 Deadline: May 15, 2012
Residency Dates: October 9-November 6, 2012
Location: Chateau de La Napoule, Mandelieu-La Napoule, France
Artistic Discipline: Open to All Disciplines
Website: Download application at www.LNAF.org
What artist receives: LNAF will provide housing and studio space at the Chateau de La Napoule and adjacent Villa Marguerite, located just outside Cannes, France. We also provide many meals.
Restrictions: Artists from all nationalities over the age of 18 are invited to apply.
Contact Information: additional questions may be directed to the US office at 603-436-3040 or LNAF @clews.org
 
Description:
For our Fall 2012 Residency, LNAF issued the following challenge:  How does an artist’s work evolve for a children’s audience while preserving its integrity and relevance for the rest of us?

LNAF will bring 8 artists together to explore this question in a month-long residency at the Chateau de La Napoule in Mandelieu-La Napoule, France. While intended to engage a younger audience, works will be created with the same expertise, aesthetic rigor, and emotional power of fine art exhibited for adults. The artists’ goal will be to transcend all ages. Residents’ work will be included in exhibitions in France and in the United States.
 
(ARTISTS) Artist Residency in Troy, NY
Fellowships available. All residency artists receive some level of financial assistance.
Contemporary Artists Center, Woodside—The Contemporary Artists Center has recently opened its newest residency program on the campus of the Woodside National Historic Register Site in Troy, NY. Two neo-gothic stone church buildings now house our artist program and welcome artists from all over the U.S. and abroad.
The CAC is located 2.5 hours north of NYC, and is currently accepting applications for the Summer season.

Award Priority Deadline: May 1

Regular Deadline: May 15

The CAC focuses on emerging and early career artists and accepts applicants who offer quality in their art and encourages diversity of style, medium (2-D, 3-D, 4-D) and concepts.


Our facility features high-ceiling, adaptable studio space open 24 hours a day with some specialized studio facilities, exhibition opportunities, weekly critiques, and free access to all CAC events. The living area includes lofted bedrooms, living room / library, dining room, and kitchen & bath.


The residency program offers artists the time and support to create new work and fosters an environment that encourages creativity, dialog, and experimentation



 

 
 


 


Thursday, April 12, 2012

Where Would You Be Without Your Library? Library Fellowships and More!

 Greetings dear readers,


Today I'd like to take a moment to mention the wonder of libraries. For me, growing up in an unstable home during a turbulent time in America, the library was my sacred sanctuary. I discovered vast and enchanting worlds inside the pages of those books and I will forever be grateful to all those librarians who helped lead me down the path to the great world of literature.


You might not know this but all over the U. S. (and other countries as well) there are libraries that offer long and short term fellowships so that you, dear writer, artist, scholar, whatever you are, can do in-depth research. Many people who aren't affiliated with an academic institution are intimidated by some of these programs because they are housed in scary places like Harvard University or Yale. But fear not! If you have enough experience under your belt in the form of publications or musical compositions or whatever it is you do, you should feel more than welcome to apply as an "independent scholar" (unless, of course, the application states that you must have a PhD and you don't, so please read the application guidelines carefully!)

Below are just a couple that are offered among dozens and dozens throughout the U.S. Many of them even offer travel money and have extensive art collections. One to check out for the future (the deadline is passed at the moment) is the the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas, which annually awards over 50 fellowships to support research in all areas of the humanities, including literature, photography, film, art, the performing arts, music, and cultural history. 


And to find more, just do a simple google search for "library fellowships 2013" and you are on your way. But first, before you scroll down to read about these opportunities, take a minute to watch this delightful video about one of the local libraries in my neck of the woods. It will remind you why you love libraries and why you need to keep supporting them any way you can. Enjoy!



Okay, here are a couple library fellowships for you....Happy Spring!

(LGBT) LGBT Visiting Scholars Program: Martin Duberman Visiting Scholars
Each year, The New York Public Library provides stipends for up to three Martin Duberman Visiting Scholars. The stipends support travel to New York City and related expenses to do research in the Library’s premier LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) history collections. The travel grants awarded range from $1,000 to $8,500. The program is limited to emerging scholars—those without permanent academic appointments—or those who are unaffiliated with an academic institution. Recipients must supply a written summary of their findings upon completion of their work. Interested applicants should send a 3–5 page research proposal specifying the relevant collections at the Library for their project, a draft budget and itinerary for their planned trip, a CV, and an appropriate letter of recommendation. Applications should be sent to: http://www.nypl.org/node/113221  
Deadline is May 15th. Notice of awards will be sent beginning June 10th. If you have any questions about the program or the Library’s collections, please contact Jason Baumann, [email protected]. 

(CHILDREN'S BOOK WRITERS) Boston Public Library Children's Writer-in-Residence ProgramThe Associates of the Boston Public Library is now accepting applications for the 2012-2013 Children's Writer-in-Residence Program.

The Children's Writer-in-Residence program is intended to:
  • Provide an emerging children's writer with the financial support and office space needed to complete one literary work
  • Promote the awareness of young readers, families and teachers of the Boston Public Library and its resources, by establishing a living link between the Library and the community
  • Draw attention to the importance of writers and writing in our culture, as well as the many free educational opportunities offered by the Boston Public Library
Applications are due May 15, 2012. Projects eligible for this program are fiction, non-fiction, a script, or poetry, intended for children or young adults. Illustrations may be combined with any of these formats, but are not required. The selected applicant will receive a $20,000 stipend and office space at the BPL's Central Library in Copley Square. The applicant must work a minimum of 20 hours per week at the BPL during the nine-month residency (September 4, 2012 through May 31, 2013.) To be eligible, the applicant must be a US citizen and cannot have published more than three books to-date. For further details or to apply, please download and submit the program guidelines and application form (PDF). more info here: http://www.bpl.org/general/associates/childrensres.htm
(ALL) Houghton Library Fellowships at Harvard University—Houghton Library is the principal rare book and manuscript library of Harvard College. The Library's holdings are particularly strong in the following areas: European, English, American, and South American literature, including the country's pre-eminent collection of American literary manuscripts; philosophy; religion; history of science; music; printing and graphic arts; dance; and theatre.  Fellows will also have access to collections in Widener Library as well as to other libraries at the University.  Preference is given to scholars whose research is closely based on materials in Houghton collections, especially when those materials are unique; fellowships are normally not granted to scholars who live within commuting distance of the library.  Each fellow is expected to be in residence at Houghton for at least four weeks during the period from July 2013 through June 2014 (these do not have to be consecutive weeks), and each fellow is expected to produce a written summary of your experience working with the collection. The stipend for each fellowship is $3,000. Other than the Pantzer Fellowship, applicants need not apply for specific fellowships, as the Selection Committee would determine which fellowship is best suited to your research. For more info, go to: http://hcl.harvard.edu/libraries/houghton/public_programs/visiting_fellowships.cfm#awarded
(I'm not sure when the deadline is so please check the website for more info).

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Mira's List FAQs on Grants, Fellowships and Residencies

Hey Everyone, I finally posted the links to my FAQs so you can learn a little about my take on grants, fellowships, residencies and Fulbright awards. Go here for the inside scoop: http://www.miraslist.com/p/faqs.html

Cheers,
Mirabee

A Special Note to Residency, Grant and Fellowship Programs

Greetings all....just a note today to all you residencies and grant foundations and other institutions who ask me to post about your programs on Mira's List. I appreciate your keeping me updated on deadlines and will continue to do what I can to spread the word about what you do. I have been doing this for four years now and hope I can keep doing it for as long as I can.

In return, please consider making a small donation once and a while to keep this blog going, or consider advertising on my site. It would help immensely. I am unable to work full time due to a disability and do this work for free. It would be great if some of the organizations I post about would donate something sometime (a couple of you have recently so thank you!). Usually it is the artists who donate and most of them are pretty broke. So please consider helping out. Even a small donation helps pay the bills. Thanks! But don't worry, I will still continue to post about your programs no matter what!
Cheers,
Mirabee
p.s. if you are interested in donating to Mira's List, you can find my donation button on the right hand side bar. Thanks!

Monday, April 2, 2012

New Artist Residency in the Phillippines

Good morning everyone. Just so you know, the 2012 Art Contest is officially closed. Winners will be announced on my website later this month. 


Here is a new residency—I don't know anything about it but it is in a region where there are few if any residencies so although you must pay a small amount to stay there, it could be a very interesting experience:

(ARTISTS) the Ang Bahay ng Sining Artist Residency in the PhillippinesAng Bahay ng Sining or The House of Art is an artist-in-residence program directed to international or local artists which aims to create a cultural exchange between artists and the community. It is an art house for artists who would like to create an art project in collaboration with the local people. Great opportunities lie within this dwelling which implores the result of a mutual trade of ideas, inspiration and experience between diverse cultures. It also serves as a meeting place designed to bring people from different ethnic traditions, backgrounds and walks of life closer to each other which opens a gateway to creating and sharing beautiful moments full of passion in creativity and in life.

Project Objective: 
The main objective of Ang Bahay ng Sining is to increase community awareness pertaining to the different mediums in the field of visual arts, music and other artistic crafts which aims to establish Quezon City as the premier arts, culture, music and design hub in Metro Manila.

Disciplines: Drawing/Painting, Film, Media Art, Multi Media, New Media, Performance Art, Photography, Sculpture

Language: English

Location: Ang Bahay ng Sining is located within a commercial road in the center of the vibrant city of Quezon City.

Outcome:  
 
A final exhibition of works will be presented at the end of the residency program wherein the artists would be showcasing their public artworks to the general public at the Bario Obrero Street Art Festival. Artists may also have the opportunity to facilitate outreach programs such as talks, workshops and exhibitions, intended to promote interaction and professional development within the community.

Duration: The artist-in-residence program will invite  artists to stay from 1-3 months.

Paid by artist: 
The artist would have to pay for their own travel expenses, health insurance, materials, food and personal needs. The residency’s accommodation costs $250 a month which covers wi-fi internet, technical and administrative support and utility expenses. We would, however, be more than happy to help the participants in providing any official letter or support letters if required. Click this link to get information on how to pay.

Paid by host: 
Ang Bahay ng Sining would be offering technical and administrative help, assistance in projects involving wood and metal and electrical; we offer low-prices for photographic prints, canvasses, painting materials and in framing artworks; and promotion of the artist’s and their projects. We will also be giving a free service to and from the airport; free buffet meals every weekend.

Application Guidelines and Criteria:
Artists must be active in the field of contemporary art with an interest in exploration and production of collaborative work during the residency period.

The Bahay ng Sining is geared towards emerging artists to mid-career and established artists who wish to develop their projects or create new ones within the urban halls of Quezon City. It is expected that the artists will be active in engaging with the dynamic environment of the city and use the opportunity to help inspire and contribute to the growth of the local Art scene.
contact: [email protected] through Michael Vincent Manalo, Project Director.
For more information about how to apply go to: http://www.wix.com/theflickerees/angbahayngsining#! 
 
Deadline: This is an ongoing residency program.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

The Mira's List 2012 Art Contest is Now Closed: Winners Announced in Late April



Good morning readers,

The Mira’s List 2012 Art Contest is officially closed now. Thank you all for participating! I will post the names of the grand prize winner and second place winner by the end of April, but hopefully sooner. And stay tuned for an interview with the yet-to-be-determined winner! More contests on the way later this year...


Welcome to Mira's List

This blog provides information on upcoming grants, fellowships and residencies for artists, writers, composers, and media artists. It is for serious professionals only, from emerging to mid-career to established. I also publish information for graduate students from time to time. However, I do not publish information on exhibition or publishing opportunities, nor do I advertise artist retreats and workshops that charge money. At least that is my current policy. For more info on where to exhibit or publish, please see my links section which I try to periodically update. I sift through hundreds of search engines and websites to find opportunities for YOU dear artist. In return, I ask you to pass the information along to those who need it. Also, since this is a free blog, I don't always have the time to weed carefully through everything. If you find a grant or website or residency that is not up-to-date, is dodgy in some way, or is no longer in existence, please let me know! Also, if you stay somewhere at one of the residencies I suggest and have a good experience, I want that feedback too. Please check my FAQs at the top right side bar if you have questions before starting your search. Best wishes and happy hunting!