Wickford Art Association Call for Art

The “Journeys Onward” Call for Art is open to current or past members of the U.S. Armed Forces (i.e. Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard), the Reserve Corps of the U.S. Armed Forces, or the National Guard; or a member of the immediate family (i.e. a parent, sibling, child (by blood, adoption, or marriage), spouse, grandparent, or grandchild) of a current or past member of the U.S. Armed Forces (i.e. Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard), the Reserve Corps of the U.S. Armed Forces, or the National Guard. All 2D and 3D media are accepted and the exhibit is juried. Artists should reflect in their respective medium some aspect of the veteran experience. Please visit www.wickfordart.org to read the “Journeys Onward” prospectus then apply online. The deadline to apply is Friday, March 15, 2019 at 11:59 PM MST.


Hera Gallery Call for Entry

Hera Gallery Presents the Exhibition: SHAME

Juried by: Anna Dempsey

Concept: The exhibition SHAME attempts to lift the veils of submission and silence by exploring shame in its many dimensions. The concept of shame has reached a new level of urgency as we witness shaming being used as a strategic tactic in the current political climate where it has become common place and legitimized. Rather than purposefully confronting shame we are prone to step away from taking a close look at it’s nature and manifestations.

For more information, click here.

Chat Club PVD, a new series of experimental performance and media

Chat Club PVD is a series of experimental performance and media. A bi-monthly curated cabaret and community salon, Chat Club PVD celebrates art that challenges genre, cultural hegemony, and institutions of the avant-garde. Chat Club embraces an exploratory, DIY ethos and provides an inclusive, supportive space for artistic experimentation, expression, and community conversations for performers and attendees. Performances include and are not limited to comedy (stand-up, sketch, improv), music, installation, literary readings, screenings, storytelling, performance art, and more. Chat Club PVD gathers to spark and sustain artistic collaboration and investigation.

Chat Club PVD debuts on Wednesday, January 16th on the AS220 Main Stage (Doors: 9:00 pm // Tickets: $5) featuring performers Alexander Dupuis, Muggs Fogarty, A.B. Khim, Benjamin Lundberg Torres Sánchez, Charlie Shields, Alyssa St. Franc, Florence Wallis, and Stine An. For more information on the debut event, click here.

Performers who are interested in submitting work for future editions of Chat Club PVD can reach out to the organizer Stine An at su_yon_an@brown.edu.

Apply for Mabel Art Residency at Norman Bird Sanctuary

In September 2019, the Norman Bird Sanctuary will be hosting their inaugural artist residency in Middletown, RI. The residency will provide time and space for artists of exceptional talent to make work inspired by the rich history and breathtaking landscape of the area called Paradise Valley. The residency provides exclusive use of a studio on the sanctuary property, private accommodations in the Paradise Farmhouse, and three meals a day for up to four weeks. There are no residency fees. Artists will need to cover their own transportation to/from the residency and bring any supplies necessary for their work.

They are accepting applications from artists working in the following disciplines: architecture, dance,  film/video arts, interdisciplinary arts, music composition, and visual arts. They welcome mid-career as well as established artists to apply. Applicants who are enrolled in undergraduate or graduate degree programs as of the date of application are ineligible for a residency and therefore cannot apply.

For more information, click here.

Trinity Rep Seeking Advertising and Group Sales Associate

Trinity Repertory Company is seeking a full-time Advertising & Group Sales Associate to join the marketing team. This individual is responsible for soliciting program advertising, business partners, and group sales through inside and outside sales. Successful candidates will have sales experience, moderate to strong computer skills, and the ability to deliver excellent customer service. Must have a positive, results-oriented approach and willingness to work as part of a team. Background in theater or non-profits is preferred. To apply, read the full job description, then email a resume and cover letter to kbrandt@trinityrep.com. Deadline for application is January 20. Applications without cover letters will not be considered.

LiteraryArts RI seeks Co-Director

The co-director will implement their own creative ideas as they manage the operations of non-profit LiteraryArts RI and its main event, the Providence Book Festival (www.providencebookfestival.org). This position assists in developing the logistics and strategy of the Festival, ensuring the smooth operation of the Book Festival including events programming, author and vendor management, venue rental and set-up, contracts, registration, community outreach, volunteer coordination, marketing, grant making, and fundraising activities. The Co-Director builds and maintains partnerships to foster a Festival environment that creates a unique and welcoming community experience.

The Co-Director manages all aspects of the Book Festival in close partnership with the Executive Director. They oversee the operational success of program events, including managing Festival operations, set-up and break-down, and ensuring customer safety and satisfaction. The Co-Director acts as back-up to the Executive Director in their absence, assuming the responsibility for overall administration, finance and operations of LARI.

The successful candidate will be a motivated, flexible, problem-solver who thrives in a complex creative environment.  Possessing a professional demeanor, he/she will be able to work under tight timelines, be organized and team oriented. The candidate will be committed to the mission of LiteraryArts RI and have a high-level of integrity and ethics.

This position is flexible, 8-10 hours a week, and is a volunteer position with a stipend. For more information, click here.

Warwick Center for the Arts Call to Artists

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“Abstract Swirls and Cells” by Patty Martucci

WCFA is seeking artwork for our upcoming 2019 Members Show running January 16-February 21, 2019. We are looking to highlight our artist members and their unique individual styles. All mediums will be accepted as well as all themes and subject matter. We encourage you to submit artworks that best represent you!

For more information, click here.