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A FOREST OF GLASS: ARTIST RESIDENCY: 21 October – 13 December 2013
Applications must be received by North Lands Creative Glass by 26 July 2013
The selection panel will make the residency awards by 1 August 2013
North Lands Creative Glass (NLCG) and Borgie Forest Cabin Project (BFCP) are working in partnership to offer an eight week residency for four visual artists; two Scotland-based and two international. This residency is aimed at artists with experience of working in glass engraving or with a demonstrable interest in developing skills in glass engraving techniques to advance their work. We are looking for artists who have an interest in exploring new forms of making, ways of working with mark making and abraded surface decoration, collaboration and experiencing a different environment. The residency will offer the opportunity to create work and collaborate with other artists while also developing new techniques and ideas. This opportunity will allow you to enhance your own practice while working within a peer group to gain further skills.
The Toyama City Institute of Glass Art – Artist in Residencies
In 1991 The Toyama City Institute of Glass Art (TIGA) was established in Japan for artists and crafts people that wanted to use glass as their chosen medium of expression.
In 2010 TIGA has started on “Artist in Residence” program aiming to promote glass art and cultural activities in Toyama City to invigorate the local communities, and to develop human resources.
Canberra Museum and Gallery
Proposals sought for site-specific works of art 2014 to 2016.
ONLINE ENTRIES ARE NOW OPEN
The Ranamok Glass Prize is an annual A$15,000 acquisitive award for glass artists who are resident in Australia and New Zealand.
The work presented for consideration for the Ranamok Glass Prize is expected to be a major effort in the artist’s personal body of work. This work should be innovative, displaying excellence and imagination in quality of idea and execution in contemporary practice.
Entries for the Harrison Art Show are now open.
Last year the inaugural Harrison Art Show was an extremely successful event with more than 200 guests over the two days and around 13 per cent of artworks sold. This year, we are building on last year’s success with extended opening hours and wider publicity.
Entries for this year’s event are now open and will close on Friday June 21. Artists are invited to enter up to five pieces of artwork. Interested artists can find the entry form as well as the terms and conditions on our website at www.harrisonartshow.com/information-for-artists.html
This year we have also partnered with My Gungahlin to offer the My Gungahlin Art Prize, worth $200, the conditions for that prize are also attached.
People’s Choice Credit Union Gungahlin will be sponsoring the People’s Choice Award to the value of $350. Additionally this year Aarwun Gallery are offering all entering artists a 20 per cent discount voucher at ‘The Framers’ in Gold Creek. The voucher will be available in electronic format upon receipt of paid entry.
The Harrison Art Show will be held in the Senior Performing Art Centre on the weekend of June 28 – 30, 2013. Opening Night will commence at 7pm on Friday June 28 June 2013.
For further information or to download additional forms please see our web site at www.harrisonartshow.com
Australia House Artist-in-Residence Program 2013-2015
Now Open! Call for proposals for the Australia House Artist-in-Residence Program 2013-2015 in the Echigo-Tsumari region, Japan.
For more information, please see the 2 May 2013 item of the Latest News on the Australia House website.
Links: Australian Glass and the Pacific Northwest
This is the first American museum exhibition dedicated to the wide spectrum of Australian studio glass, and the art and the connection between artists and institutions in Australia and the Pacific Northwest. For more information go to our Media page to download the Museum of Glass, Tacoma, Washington: Press Release. For more information go to www.museumofglass.org
2013 Visiting Artist Summer Series – In conjunction with Pilchuck Glass School Summer Program
Starting Wednesday, May 15 and running throughout the summer, Museum of Glass presents the 2013 Visiting Artist Summer Series. This year’s series features 14 artists connected with the new exhibition Links: Australian Glass and the Pacific Northwest, which opens May 17, 2013. Each week a different artist will be featured for a five-day Visiting Artist residency through September 8, 2013. For more information go to our Media page to download the Museum of Glass, Tacoma, Washington: Press Release. For more information go to www.museumofglass.org