Opportunities

Grants

Awards to Artists

Dallas Museum of Art
Deadline: Postmarked by March 15

The Clare Hart DeGolyer Memorial Fund is awarded to artists between 15 and 25 years of age who reside in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona or Colorado. The Arch and Anne Giles Kimbrough Fund is open to residents of Texas under the age of 30. The Otis and Velma Davis Dozier Travel Grant seeks to recognize exceptional talent in professional artists who wish to expand their artistic horizons through domestic or foreign travel and is awarded to professional artists at least 30 years of age who reside in Texas. To download the 2010 application, click here.

Artadia Awards

Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue
Deadline: Monday, March 1

Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue is currently accepting applications for the Artadia Awards 2010 Houston from all visual artists living and working in Houston, Harris County, Texas. For more information and how to apply, click here.

Residencies

Core Program

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Deadline: April 1

The Core Program awards one- and two-year residencies to highly motivated, exceptional visual artists and art scholars who have completed their undergraduate or graduate training but have not yet fully developed a professional career. Each artist-resident is given approximately 450 square feet of private studio space, 24-hour access to school facilities and equipment, and a $10,000 annual stipend (housing not provided). For more information and how to apply, click here.

Call for Proposals

UTSA Satellite Space

UTSA Satellite Space
Deadline: Monday, March 15

The UTSA Satellite Space is currently accepting exhibition proposals for the July 2010 - January 2011 schedule. The UTSA Satellite Space is located in San Antonio's Blue Star Arts Complex Laura.Crist@utsa.edu. To download the application, click here.

Subject of Learning/Object of Study Program Proposals

Blanton Museum of Art
Deadline: April 1, 2010

From March 5 through June 20, 1010, The Blanton Museum of Art and the Union Of Initiative for Educational Assembly present the exhibition SUBJECT OF LEARNING/OBJECT OF STUDY. To propose a program to be held in conjunction with the exhibition, please send a one-paragraph description of the event, along with a short bio of facilitators. The programs will take place in the exhibition during public hours (Tuesday-Friday 10AM - 5PM; Saturday 11 AM-5 PM; Sunday 1-5PM). Please suggest a preferred time and date. Please also make sure that your proposal takes gallery regulations into account. Send proposals to risa.puleo@blantonmuseum.org.

Call for Venues

David Ellis wants to paint our town

Austin, TX

Landmarks, the public art program at The University of Texas at Austin, has commissioned New York artist David Ellis, known for his stunning motion paintings, to create an original video for the university. The unveiling will coincide with the opening of the Department of Art & Art History’s new Visual Arts Center (VAC) in September 2010. How can you be a part of this? David will be spending a part of his residency working in a studio but he would also like to paint our town, too. If you can help provide wall space for David to work, please email us here. For David's Wish List and more info, click here.

Call for Artists

one hundred black women, one hundred actions

World Wide Web
Screening: Saturday, April 24th

Visual artist and performer, Wura-Natasha Ogunji invites you to submit a critical action, gesture, or movement which answers the following question: “What is a gesture of personal power, an extreme action that is necessary in your daily life?". The Piece will be presented at this year's Fusebox Festival. Follow this link to participate.

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