Vanderbilt University Arts Calendar:
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Monday, February 25, 2008
Vanderbilt University Arts Calendar:
Lowertown Art & Music Festival
Friday, May 23, 2008 5:00pm – 10:00pm
Saturday, May 24, 2008 10:00am - 10:00pm
Sunday, May 25, 2008 11:00am - 4:00pm
Application Deadline: 3/15/08 Midnight CST
Seeking Participants. The goal of the International Fiber Collaborative is to provide an opportunity for people who enjoy working with crafts, whether professional artists, hobbyists or students to come together from all over the world to express their concerns about their countries extreme dependency on oil for energy. Those who participate will crochet, knit, stitch, patch, or collage a 3' x 3' square fiber panel that will express each participants concern towards this topic. By taking the step to create a panel with any design, and sending it in, in the larger picture, is expressing your concern. Once all 800 panels are received, they will be sewn together to completely cover an abandoned gas station and gas pumps in central New York.
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Monday, February 18, 2008
CALL TO ARTISTS - JURIED ARTS FESTIVAL When: APRIL 25-27, 2008 Entries Due By: March 21, 2008 First Baptist Church, Nashville, "Exploring the 23rd Psalm" Passage One: The Shepherd's Provision Passage Three: The Shepherd's Care Passage Four: The Shepherd's Promise
CALL TO ARTISTS - JURIED ARTS FESTIVAL
When: APRIL 25-27, 2008
Entries Due By: March 21, 2008
First Baptist Church, Nashville, "Exploring the 23rd Psalm"All Tennessee artists are invited to explore the visual and spiritual richness of the 23rd Psalm through the creation of new and original works of art in their preferred style and medium (see Eligibility). No entry fee for is required and the festival is open to all artists in the State of Tennessee who are 16 years of age and over. Each artist may submit up to four entries with only one entry per theme, listed below with its accompanying passage:
Passage One: The Shepherd's ProvisionPsalm 23:1-3 Passage Two: The Shepherd's Protection Psalm 23:4
Passage Three: The Shepherd's CarePsalm 23:5
Passage Four: The Shepherd's PromisePsalm 23:6
JURIED ARTS FESTIVAL:
This will be a Juried show. The Jurors will select at least the top 5 works from each theme that will be featured on the website (www.fbcartsfestival.org). The Jurors and a representative of the FBC Arts Festival will select four works, one from each passage in the Professional Division, to receive Purchase Awards in the amount of $1000. They will also select four works, one from each passage in the Amateur and Youth Division, to receive Awards in the amount of $250. Certain pieces from the festival will be selected for purchase at the Pre Exhibition Party.
The arts festival is open to all artists living within the State of Tennessee who meet the age requirement and present work in the categories listed above. Generally, works will be accepted on paper, canvas, and fabric, as well as photography, stained glass, and sculpture. Crafts including jewelry, kits, copies, or prints will not be accepted. Work accepted into the arts festival must be appropriately framed and ready for wall mounting and must not exceed 48" in any direction. Glazing for works must be Plexiglass only; Sculpture footprint cannot be more than 24" x 36" or weigh more than 50 lbs.
Artists are to deliver their entries on Saturday, April 12, 2008, from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm to the
Main Entrance of First Baptist Church Nashville, corner of 7th Avenue and Broadway in
downtown Nashville. Call 615/662-1411 for details.
All accepted entries must be available for sale on consignment (75/25) during the run of the
exhibit. This is not a fundraiser, and all net proceeds will be invested in art and ministry. In
addition, artists will be given the option to accept commissions based on their work during the
show on the same consignment basis through a designated member of the Arts Festival
Committee. Certain works will be given the option to remain on the website and available for ecommerce purchase for an undetermined number of months.
January 28 Call to Artists
February 9 Live Art Demo Day featuring Bob Snider (painting), plus passage interpretation
March 21 Deadline for entry forms from artists
April 1 Electronic submission of digital photographs of work due
April 6 Four week teaching series begins on 23rd Psalm
April 12 Art Delivery Day
April 17-18 Judging takes place
April 24 Pre Exhibition Party for all artists and Art Patrons, announcement of awards
April 25 - Exploring the 23rd Psalm Arts Festival (times TBA)
April 27 Artists final reception and art pick up
Initial Entry Form
Due March 21, 2008
Phone: ____________________________ Email: _____________________________
_____ Professional Artists Division _____ Amateur/Youth Division
Indicate Passage for your entry or entries:
____ Passage One ____ Passage Two ____ Passage Three ____ Passage Four
Indicate the Artistic Media of your entry:
____ work on canvas
____ watermedia on paper
Indicate TITLE of your entry(ies) ________________________________________________
Indicate the PRICE you wish to display on your entry(ies): __________________________
Artist Demo Day: Please register for the Artists Demo Day, Saturday, February 9th at
10:00 a.m. Demo Day will be held at First Baptist Church, corner of 7th and Broadway.
We encourage all those considering entry to attend this live demo and interpretation of the
Mail or fax entries to:
First Baptist Church Arts Festival
Attention: Paula Barnes, Chair
108 Seventh Avenue South
Attn: Paula Barnes, Chair
FBC Arts Festival
Nashville Craft Mafia is now accepting applications for The Revolution of Craft!!
The Revolution of Craft will be held April 5, 2008 at The Cannery Ballroom from 11AM until 6PM. Please visit our site http://nashvillecraftmafia.com/revolution for more info.
Please also, consider sponsoring our event. Sponsorship to our event is a great way to get people to notice your business. Over 700 people came through the doors our last event, and with over 100,000 clicks to our website in only one month, that is a ton of exposure!
Sponsorship information and Applications are available on the site.
Please contact us with any ?'s you may have!
the Nashville Craft Mafia
Monday, February 11, 2008
Thursday, February 7, 2008
March 29, 2008
Fusion 2008 an urban chic showcase of local culinary, visual and musical artists will feature an impressive roster of Nashville musicians, budding visual artists, trendy culinary delights, a must-see fashion show and a silent auction. This event, organized by The Foundation’s Young Professional Board, will benefit the annual Young Adult Cancer Survivor Retreats.
We are looking for artists who might want to donate a piece to be in the silent auction at City Hall and all the money made goes to the Foundation. Also, we will be taking submissions for a show at Project A gallery. They only have enough room for 25 pieces, so the artist will have to pick one piece to submit for review (by Project A owners and curators) and will be contacted if they are in that show as well.
If anyone is interested, please have them email me with their name and web site at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, February 8, 6:30 p.m.
Rechter Room, FREE
Be inspired and take this opportunity to hear from artists Pradip Malde and Greg Pond as they discuss the thoughts and processes behind their work.
Both artists have exhibited around the country and the world, and are currently teaching at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee.
Pond, assistant professor of art, conveys ideas through unexpected combinations of images and media seeking to engage the viewer to recast perceptions of the world by making new measuring sticks out of sound, light, and objects.
Malde, professor of fine arts and author of Poetry of Form, is a photographic artist who melds experience, focus, time, movement, and space to create compelling views of the world.
Image top: Greg Pond, monument for the memory of the ride over the pink mountain.Sound installation, 2007
Image bottom: Pradip Malde, heart sutra i, 2007
"Aaron Douglas and the Fisk Murals Restoration: A Masterpiece Revealed"
Thursday, February 7, 6:30 p.m.
The FRIST Auditorium, FREE
Dr. Amy Kirschke, associate professor of art history at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington, will discuss the Aaron Douglas murals at Fisk University and their recent restoration.
Image: Aaron Douglas (United States 1899-1979). Drama, 1930. Cravath Hall, Fisk University, Nashville
Sketch your favorite rollergirl!
The Nashville RollerGirls will be the featured models for the Dr. Sketchy's Anti Art School on February 9th, 2008 from 3pm-6pm at The 5 Spot in East Nashville.
Please visit this link to pre-register and sign up to sketch your favorite rollergirl.
There will be contest prizes to include NRG merchandise and bout tickets. This will be a benefit with all proceeds going to the W. O. Smith Nashville Community Music School charity, so please come out and support local art and NRG!
Monday, February 4, 2008
1. WHO Looking for creative mothers- artists and high quality crafters to participate in Spring 2008 Mamamade Market. 2. WHAT We are a group of mothers (and a few Honorary Mamas) that possess creativity, an artistic eye, and the determination to see Mamamade products enjoyed by all. We value innovative design, handmade, and quality. Mamamade is about showcasing, promoting, and selling our creations. We are in our fourth year. 3. WHEN Market Day: Saturday April 26, 2008 (9am-2pm) Applications due by March 1, 2008 for the $60 booth fee, after March 1st the fee is $75 4. WHERE Lillie Belle's in Franklin, TN. The sale will be in their *covered* back garden courtyard and will be accessible from the street. 5. WHY Promotion and sales! We keep a website and will link to participant's individual pages (www.mamamade.biz). The sale is open to the public, and will also benefit from the foot traffic coming from the Franklin Main Street Festival that is the same day just one block over! Expected traffic in downtown Franklin that day is 50,000- 100,000 people. 6. CONTACT INFO Tisra fadely: email@example.com
Looking for creative mothers- artists and high quality crafters to participate in Spring 2008 Mamamade Market.
We are a group of mothers (and a few Honorary Mamas) that possess creativity, an artistic eye, and the determination to see Mamamade products enjoyed by all. We value innovative design, handmade, and quality. Mamamade is about showcasing, promoting, and selling our creations. We are in our fourth year.
Market Day: Saturday April 26, 2008 (9am-2pm)
Applications due by March 1, 2008 for the $60 booth fee, after March 1st the fee is $75
Lillie Belle's in Franklin, TN. The sale will be in their *covered* back garden courtyard and will be accessible from the street.
Promotion and sales! We keep a website and will link to participant's individual pages (www.mamamade.biz). The sale is open to the public, and will also benefit from the foot traffic coming from the Franklin Main Street Festival that is the same day just one block over! Expected traffic in downtown Franklin that day is 50,000- 100,000 people.
6. CONTACT INFO
Tisra fadely: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are an artist and you are planning to participate in the Untitled spring show: Active Ingredient, the we need your art!
This is a call for images to send out with our press release.
What we need:
ready for print image of your work that you plan to show in Active Ingredient
Deadline: Feb 14, 2008
-cropped to show art only
-good, clear image quality
Please also include:
-size of original artwork in inches
-your website if available
Need some pointers on how to photograph your art?
Check out these links:
Send it to info(at)untitlednashville(dot)org for possible inclusion in our press release. We usually get some press for the show and the press people like to use pictures. Need help? Email us.