ROY is a 501(c)(3) gallery known for presenting innovative and contemporary art from around the world is looking to expand its membership reach and also seeks entries for our annual CFE.
Our annual Call for Entry is currently available to apply to with an exciting list of jurors, Sam Gould (Co-founder of Red76, editor of Journal of Radical Shimming, and visiting faculty at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston), Rebecca Ibel (Director and Curator at the Pizzuti Collection, former owner of Rebecca Ibel Gallery), and Brad Troemel (Artist and writer, NYU Instructor, and contributor to Jogging, Dis Magazine, and Art Fag City) will select the exhibiting artists. Selected artist will receive a one month show that features an opening reception during Columbus’ well attended Short North Gallery Hop, http://www.shortnorth.org/popular-links/gallery-hop.
Student Level - $25 // Artist Level - $45
Benefits for Members include:
- Invitation to all member preview events
- Eligible for annual members exhibition
- Annual CFE (Juried)
- ImageOHIO (Juried)
- CML Group Exhibition (Juried)
- CML Solo Exhibition (Juried)
- Annual Small Works show (Open Entry)
- All show entry fees waived
- Artist Profile Listing on website + link
- Emerging Artist Series (EAS) Events
Are you an Oberlin graduate who has been accepted to an accredited school of library and information science? You may be eligible for a $2500 scholarship from the Friends of the Oberlin College Library!May172013
Hey Art Department!
Tomorrow (Thursday) night is Dale Rothenberg and Grace Lu’s senior photography show! Please come see some great art, we promise it will be worth it.
Thursday, 5/16, 5:00-8:00pm
Frank Lloyd Wright House
Shuttle running from behind the Allen Art Building every 30 minutes starting at 5:00pm.
Wine, food, great company.May152013
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is now accepting applications for 2014-15 Visual Arts Fellowships!
$8,000 Professional artists
$6,000 Graduate students in the visual arts or art history
$4,000 Undergraduate students in the visual arts (including college-bound high school seniors)
Application deadline: Friday, November 8, 2013.
Application, eligibility guidelines, and PDF flyer available at:
I am writing on behalf of The Grape; we are currently looking to hire production editors for next semester.
Production editors lay out The Grape on one weeknight every other week using Adobe InDesign.
This is a paid position. Submission deadline is June 1st.
Those interested should e-mail me (email@example.com) to request an application.
With my thanks,
co-Editor-in-Chief, The Grape (2013-14)May132013
Attention undergraduate and graduate students! Looking for an internship at one of the United States’ most prestigious cultural heritage institutions? Looking for a holistic and flexible educational experience? Looking for mentorship by leading names in cultural heritage and librarianship? Apply to be an OSI intern today!
If you have any questions, please contact us at internOSI@loc.gov. We look forward to hearing from you!
The Office of Strategic Initiatives (OSI) at the Library of Congress is now accepting applications for flexible, unpaid summer internships for undergraduate and graduate-level students! The Library of Congress is the nation’s oldest federal cultural institution and serves as the research arm of Congress. It is also the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts in its collections. The Library’s mission is to support the Congress in fulfilling its constitutional duties and to further the progress of knowledge and creativity for the benefit of the American people. Graduate and undergraduate-level interns work on a diverse array of projects in numerous educational fields such as business, information technology, journalism, and digital curation. Mentors work directly with interns offering a professional relationship
Prior interns at the Office of Strategic Initiatives at the Library of Congress have completed projects both short-term and long-term. Internships can be designed to work around school scheduling and generally range from 6 weeks to 5 months. Interns will work on specific projects as listed on http://www.loc.gov/internosi, and should tailor their applications toward the project descriptions. Interns must commit to working a minimum of three days per week at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. Internships at the Office of Strategic Initiatives are unpaid. Course credit may be earned for internships, per approval from each intern’s academic institution. At this time, virtual or online internships are unavailable.
Interns are selected year-round on a rolling basis if space is available. For summer, please apply as soon as possible. As positions become available, position descriptions will be posted on http://loc.gov/internosi.
To be considered, you must submit ALL of the following materials to internOSI@loc.gov in a single email:
- Resume (2 page maximum): Resume should include all relevant academic and professional experience
- Cover letter: Cover letter must detail which internship position the applicant is seeking, as well as specify applicant’s dates of availability
- Two references: References must include one professional contact and one academic contact
- Official or Unofficial academic transcript – must show all post-secondary work
To be submitted by another party:
- One professional or academic letter of recommendation: Letter of recommendation must be sent directly from the recommender to internOSI@loc.gov with the applicant’s full
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