Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Poster Display Company is embarking on an "Art Publishing" project that may have the potential of opening up several full-time and part-time positions for skilled artists. The type of work is "Giclee" and we plan on interviewing and hiring within the next few weeks. The project is planned to begin mid to late April. Depending upon the success of marketing this project, we could easily have as many as 5 to 10 full-time positions and 10 or more part-time positions. We anticipate hours or shift flexibility that will cover anytime between 7 a.m. and midnight weekdays, including some weekend availability. Wages will be based upon experience. Full-time positions will include a complete, competitive benefit package. If interested, please forward your resume or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Sunday, April 12 and Sunday, April 19, 2009
9 am - 1:30 pm
Where: All Souls Unitarian Church
5805 E. 56th St at Channing Road
The Fine Arts Committee of All Souls invites you to enjoy a juried selection of art, with music and reception from 11:30 - 1:00.
Artists who wish to exhibit and sell their paintings, sculpture, pottery, and photography are invited to contact:
Norma Cummings at (317) 255-5075
Sharon Merriman at email@example.com
Sample photographs will be requested.
Deadline: May 15, 2009
Show Dates: July 25 - 26, 2009
Glenview Art League
The Glenview Art League invites interested artists of original fine art to become exhibitors at their 56th annual juried 2009 Outdoor Art Fair. The fair will be held on Saturday, July 25 and Sunday, July 26. The location will be Lyon School, at the corner of Lake St. and Waukegan Rd, Glenview, Illinois.
Entry Fee is $10.00
Booth Fee is $110.00
Entry applications must be received by May 15, 2009.
Further information and applications are available online [Here], by phone at (847) 724-4007, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also send a mailed request to:
Glenview Art League
PO Box 463
Glenview, IL 60025
Monday, March 30, 2009
Deadline: June 1 - July 10, 2009
University of Indianapolis
The University of Indianapolis Department of Art and Design announces its 2009-2011 Campus Sculpture Walk Competition. This open competition will place 3D art on the University of Indianapolis campus. Sculptures will be purchased or leased. Maximum awards are for a two-year lease of up to $2,000. Purchase prices will be negotiated.
Submissions of previously completed and ready-to-install sculptures will be accepted June 1, 2009, through the close of business (4:30 pm) on July 10, 2009. All works entered must have been completed within the last three years and not previously exhibited at the University of Indianapolis. Artists are encouraged to submit up to five images (two views of each) of their work along with a resume and biographical information. Submissions will be reviewed in July and selected artists will be notified by mid-August. Installation of selected works will be completed by October 2, 2009.
Artists over the age of 18 with appropriate work are encouraged to enter.
All work submitted must be of sound design, sturdy construction, and durable material suitable for outdoor public display. The work cannot require any external support and must be able to be bolted to a concrete pad for installation. Unstable or poorly constructed work will not be accepted.
The exhibition will be juried by the University of Indianapolis Department of Art and Design faculty.
For more information and to request an entry form:
Call (317) 788-3253 or email email@example.com
To learn more about the University of Indianapolis click [here].
Thursday, March 19, 2009
WHERE: Conseco Fieldhouse
One Conseco Court
125 S. Pennsylvania St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
WHEN: March 19, 5 - 8 pm
This evening www.helpindyonline.com will be hosting a "re-launch" party at the Conseco Fieldhouse.
- Free Food
- Performance by local Indie band Sanuk
- Performance by the Herron High School Choir
- Door Prizes
- Special Guests
- Demonstration of www.helpindyonline.com's new website
- Main speaker Indiana Pacer T.J. Ford
The new site is a local grass-roots social network for all of the stakeholders in youth service. There is no other site, locally or nationally, that provides the kind of tools for teachers, students, volunteer administrators and the greater Indianapolis community to get involved in helping young people find their passion to serve.
Thursday, March 12, 2009
Today is Arts Day
Tell your legislators you support the arts!
From the Indiana Coalition for the Arts:
To email your legislators click [here].
It only takes a minute, and you can sign up to get alerts from the Indiana Coalition for the Arts. For more information on the Indiana Coalition for the Arts click [here].
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Deadline: March 14, 2009
Show Dates: June 13, 2009
The INDIEana Handicraft Exchange is a D.I.Y. urban craft fair and bazaar with a full offering of unique handmade goods and creative products like hand-carved wooden rings, hand-hammered sterling silver pendants, fanciful undergarments, custom vintage-inspired western wear, stationery, plush animals, natural bath and body goodies, hand-screened rock ‘n’ roll poster art and much, much more. The IHE showcases the work of artists and crafters who use traditional crafting techniques mixed with a contemporary edge. The IHE is the first of its kind in Indianapolis and is currently held biannually.
The event features live music and entertainment, live roller girls and more than 50 artisans and crafters from the city, state, and beyond. Admission into the INDIEana Handicraft Exchange is free to the public.
Raffle tickets are sold for $2 each for chances to win quality prizes donated by vendors and event sponsors. Patrons are asked to bring a children’s art or craft book or supply for donation at the door. In return, they will receive an additional raffle ticket for each item. All patron donations and raffle proceeds will go to local public school art programs and the Marion County Children’s Guardians Home.
So come on out! Consider doing your shopping the indie way and getting unique, high-quality, handmade products instead of mass-produced items. Put your money directly into the hands of a local artist and support our community economy.
To find out more and to download an application click [here].
205 West Hawthorne Street
Zionsville, IN 46077
Dates: March 6 - April 25, 2009
The SullivanMunce Cultural Center is hosting the Go Figure exhibiton. The depiction of the human form, its rhythm and sensitivity, has for generations been viewed with fascination from the earliest cave art and hand formed clay to today’s contemporary works in mixed media, paint, bronze and digital representations.
Utilizing line, form, volume and gesture, artists through the ages have expressed the human condition, expressing tragedy and ecstasy and the wonder of life.
On display are works by Caroline Mecklin, Jim Gerard, Judy Leiviska, Tim Engelland, and Vandra Pentecost. Sculptural works by Matthew Davey, Jacob Dobson, and Pat Mack are also on display. Their works showcase a variety of styles with a wide range of media that celebrate figurative art.
For more information on the SullivanMunce Cultural Center click [here].
Monday, March 9, 2009
The Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana has a 1878 English Style Barn available for sale.
To save a landmark barn in Indianapolis, Historic Landmarks Foundation first had to take it apart. A vestige of Marion County's agricultural past, the barn's location at the intersection of 16th Street and the White River placed it directly in the path of development. Workers dismantled the barn timber by timber, carefully numbering the parts before transporting them to storage. Historic Landmarks offers the structure for sale to a buyer who will re-erect the barn in Indiana. For more information click [here].
For more information on the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana click [here].
Monday, March 2, 2009
Opening Reception: Friday, March 6, 2009
Located in the alley between Capitol and Senate at 212 West 10th St.
(Enter from 10th St. via Bearcat Alley)
Indianapolis, IN 46202
When: 5 - 9:00 pm
Check out Artist Members Kate Oberreich and Ginny Taylor Rosner at this opening.
In the show, the three female artists artistically explore space in the context of the chaos they experience from sharing creative space in Studio B240.
Myers’ prints and watercolors focus on spiritual and internal space, as expressed through nature and natural forms. Oberreich’s mixed media works and collages explore relationships and conversation using surface and text, and Taylor Rosner photographically turns her vision to abandoned urban spaces and the silent stories inherent in the emptiness.
The exhibition opens at noon March 6 with a reception from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., in conjunction with the Indianapolis Downtown Artists & Dealers Association’s (IDADA) monthly First Friday gallery tour.
The show runs through March 27. The gallery is open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays or by appointment. Stutz Art Space, a nonprofit visual art center that opened in January 2008, is on the first floor of the
Exhibition open Monday through Friday 11 am - 2 pm or by appointment through March 27, 2009.
For more info click [here] or call (317) 503-6420.