PARTICIPATORY SPORT FOR CRAFT ARTISTS
The Appalachian Center for Craft hosts up to 20 exhibitions annually in its three exhibition galleries. Exhibitions range from the works of regional, national, and international contemporary craft artists, to Craft Center faculty, artists in residence, and student Bachelor of Fine Art degree thesis exhibitions.
We feature functional and sculptural works of traditional and contemporary fine craft and mixed media. Artists featured in the Appalachian Center for Craft's…
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HCCC is now conducting the application process online, through…
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The Appalachian Center for Craft Exhibition Committee is reviewing digital images for solo or group exhibitions for three exhibition spaces at the Appalachian Center for Craft for the years 2014-2015. All media will be considered.
GALLERY ONE (700 sq. ft.)
GALLERY TWO (1430 sq. ft.)
NORTH WINDOWS GALLERY (406 sq. ft.)
*All works insured. 40% Gallery commission on sales.*
Gallery will provide…
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At concert halls and theaters across the country, the best and most expensive seats in the house typically are located in the balcony, orchestra section or near front and center.
The Broward Center for the Performing Arts wants to add a new section to that exclusive list: Club Level, a VIP area with wider…
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The John Michael Kohler Arts Center has collaborated with Kohler Co. in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, for almost 40 years to make industrial technologies and facilities available to artists worldwide. The 2-6 month residency enables artists to fully access the industrial Pottery, Iron and Brass Foundry at Kohler Co. Imagine unlimited porcelain slip on tap, tunnel kilns, and 50-gallon barrels of glaze at your disposal!
Participants are exposed to a body of technical knowledge that…
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Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
Artist Residency Program
Applications must arrive by March 15, 2012.
Media Accepted: Wood, Glass, Metal, Fiber, Clay, Mixed Media
• Access to wide variety of professional opportunities and resources
• 3, 6, 9 or 12-month residencies
• Monthly stipend
• Quarterly living/materials allowance
• Free studio space
Interested artists should…
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2011 Craft Research Fund – PROJECT GRANTS
THE MISSION of the Craft Research Fund is to advance, expand and support research about craft
in the United States.
• To support innovative research…Continue
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Session: Where is tradition in American…
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I've spent the last few days deliberating on what I'd like my final post to address. There are many other bloggers out their who covered exhibitions, lectures, and events very well. From the onset I knew that Anthony Tammaro in particular would be addressing events in a more overarching way, and he's now posted many video interviews and…Continue