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Our SFSAC Member, Beth Cooper announces her BLUEBIRD STUDIOS 2023 WORKSHOPS!
Nationally and internationally recognized artists are coming to Bluebird Studios here in Santa Fe!
SITE Santa Fe is looking for an open position as the Director of Creativity + Learning. Since its founding in 1995, SITE Santa Fe has presented works by hundreds of emerging and established artists from around the world.
SEE PDF BELOW FOR JOB DESCRIPTION or go to SITE SANTA FE
NOTE: The deadline has been extended to 5 pm MST, Friday, OCTOBER 14, 2022. For more information, please call 505-955-6707 or email email@example.com.
New Mexico artists in all media are invited to apply for inclusion in “Exchange Rate: The Art of Currency,” the Community Gallery’s Summer 2023 exhibit. All New Mexico artists interested in addressing the symbolism, design, value and role of currency in society are encouraged to apply. “Exchange Rate” will run from June through September 2023.
Artists working in all media (2D & 3D) are encouraged to submit an online portfolio here: https://form.jotform.com/221865047196159.
The deadline is 5 pm MST, Friday, September 2, 2022. For more information, please call 505-955-6707 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Money has been a part of our global society for over 3,000 years. What started as a barter system became standardized through the medium of currency, whose function is the indirect trading of wealth. Money (or currency), at its most basic function, is the mechanism which facilitates the process of trade.
Historically, the first coin ever minted featured a roaring lion. The first known currency was created by King Alyattes in Lydia (now Turkey) in 600BC. Whether it be glass beads, clay tokens, cowrie shells, paper bills or metal shekels, currency worldwide has sought to standardize the process of monetary exchange for societies.
Inherent in this system is the symbolism, design and value of money in these societies. “Exchange Rate” seeks to investigate the role of currency in society and how the design and imagery of money reflects the cultural values of the society it serves.
Artists are asked to consider the following:
Artist Thinktank Series offers a Unique Opportunity for Great Conversation! We will meet again and "Chat" on Zoom where artists can drop in or stay for an hour to ask questions or generate a conversation about specific business-of-arts-related topics. September 6 Client Registration and September 20 Client Registratio
In conjunction with the exhibition Migratory traveling to 516 ARTS in Albuquerque this Fall, the organization is producing a publication in the spirit of the original Migratory Yellow Pages.
All selected contributors will receive a copy of the published book and a $50 honorarium. Their work will be presented on the 516 ARTS website and in the printed publication.
Submissions/images should be:
Up to 5 images
25 mb maximum file size
Please note that the artwork will be printed in black & white.
Emailed or hand-delivered submissions
cannot be accepted.
Deadline: August 26, 2022
Member artist studios can be an event for the upcoming 4th Annual Santa Fe Art Week JULY 8 - 17. Many of our SFSAC artists participated in 2018.
Sponsored by Tourism Santa Fe. Offerings include a myriad of art experiences and events, openings and shows, art talks, and workshops. A complete schedule will be available soon.
Click on the link below for more information on how to apply.
Southwest Contemporary is also currently accepting pitches for print articles related to this theme ROOTED: Poetics of Place in the form of: Creative essays Studio visits / artist profiles Interviews Cultural criticism Short fiction Experimental text-based works Food and drink / travel Reviews (do not need to adhere thematically).
Prior to pitching, please review our pitch submission guidelines. DATES Deadline for print pitches: May 31. Deadline for drafts: June 27. Published: August 26. Articles accepted for print will be paid according to length/type of article (short feature, full-length feature, review, etc), with the fee agreed upon at the time of commission. Email your pitch by May 31 to Southwest Contemporary arts editor Natalie Hegert at email@example.com.
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