Living Arts Centre, Mississauga (ON)
Application Deadline: October 12, 2009 by 5pm
BOOM! is the anti-recession. In the wake of the global financial meltdown, artists are emerging determined to experiment with new ideas and expand our cultural repertoire. BOOM! is an exhibition trumpeting exciting new creative possibilities to help lift spirits and expose the artists of tomorrow.
The Living Arts Centre is accepting submissions from new and emerging artists for a juried art exhibition. Selected works will be exhibited in the Living Art Centre’s on-site gallery from November 29th, 2009 to January 24th, 2010. Entries in all media are welcome.
Submissions will be reviewed by a selection committee. Cash prizes will be awarded.
Email submissions will not be accepted.
Please send submissions to:
BOOM! Emerging Artists Exhibition
Living Arts Centre
4141 Living Arts Drive
For more information, please email exhibition curator Cole Swanson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 905.306.6161.
Notification of Acceptance: Artists will be notified by phone or email on Monday, November 2nd if their piece has been selected to be in the exhibition. Only those accepted will be notified. Accepted artists will receive details pertaining to the exhibition including delivery of artwork, insurance, opening reception and awards.
October 23-25, 2009
Kansas City, Missouri
Hosted by Red Star Studios
Potters Council is introducing a new workshop format that will allow attendees a more intimate class size, hands-on learning, and three full days of studying techniques presented by two internationally renowned ceramic artists. Lorna Meaden
(Colorado) and Mark Peters
(North Carolina) will provide instruction, demonstrations and projects that will address any questions you may have regarding their surface techniques.
Featured Artists: Lorna Meaden
and Mark Peters
Are you driven to learn new ceramic techniques to take your work to the next level? Push the limits and immerse yourself in the clay surface with two of America’s best-known artists, Lorna Meaden and Mark Peters. This workshop will show how the collaboration of the artist, the clay and the fire come together to make pots both ornamental and practical. Whether you’re an avid amateur, passionate professional or an educator this workshop is for you.
For all the workshop details and registration visit the Ceramics Art Daily Education site.
For more information, visit Mark’s website: www.pinerootpottery.comSee more of Lorna’s work at www.lornameaden.com
Deadline: September 21, 2009 by 5pm
Hayward Touring invites proposals for an exhibition to be shown in four UK galleries in 2010/11.
You don’t have to be a professional exhibition maker to propose an idea. We welcome innovative proposals from artists, writers and imaginative thinkers of all kinds, as well as from people working in galleries and museums. It may be a show you have never seen but would like to; there may be a theme or tendency in contemporary art and visual culture that you think deserves to be explored in new ways. Simply describe your project in no more than 600 words, and accompany it with an initial list of artists and a selection of images.
The exhibition will tour to: John Hansard Gallery, Southampton; QUAD, Derby; Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Llandudno; Leamington Spa Art Gallery and Museum.
The successful applicant will receive an honorarium of £3,000 plus £1,000 for research and travel expenses. S/he will work in collaboration with Hayward Touring and the participating galleries on an exhibition of around 130-150 square meters, to open in July 2010. The exhibition budget will allow for some international loans and a modest publication.
Download the application form and guidelines from the website www.southbankcentre.co.uk/visual- arts/hayward-touring or contact email@example.com for details.
Have you checked out the 2009 Resident Artist Farewell Exhibition at the Archie Bray? Looks pretty fantastic.
Anne Drew Potter
and Brian Rochefort
Up until September 6, 2009 or see it online here.
Bray North Gallery
Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts
2915 Country Club Avenue
Helena, MT 59602
Office Phone: 406-443-3502
Check it out – I was the interviewed artist of the week over at Ceramic Erin’s blog.