Listings are obtained from a variety of resources and their inclusion does not imply an endorsement from the Kentucky Arts Council. Before making a submission, please verify deadlines and requirements with the listing organization.
BRIMSTONE AWARD FOR APPLIED STORYTELLING
National Storytelling Network
Deadline: April 30
Fee: $60 membership fee
Accepting preliminary proposals, from members only, for a model storytelling, service-oriented project.
More info: http://storynet.org/grants/brimstone.html
PUBLIC ART AT FIRE STATION 12
The City of Raleigh, N.C.
Deadline: May 2
Seeking qualifications from experienced artists or artist teams, whose primary residence is in North Carolina, Georgia, South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee or Virginia to provide site-specific public art.
More info: www.raleighnc.gov/home/news/content/CorNews/Articles/
29TH ANNUAL BOSQUE ART CLASSIC JUDGED/JURIED ART SHOW
Bosque Arts Center
Deadline: May 19
Fee: $15 online; $25 CD
Accepting original works in drawing, oil/acrylic, pastel, sculpture and water media.
More info: www.bosqueartscenter.org or 254-386-6049
27TH SEPTEMBER COMPETITION JURIED EXHIBITION
Alexandria Museum of Art
Deadline: May 30
Fees: $35 for two pieces; $20 for each additional entry
Artists 18 or older, may submit original work from any medium, created in 2012 or later.
More info: www.themuseum.org/sites/default/files/27th_sept_comp_
Deadline: May 31
Appalachian Heritage is accepting submissions of original, unpublished short stories, creative nonfiction, poetry, writing for young adults, craft essays, book reviews, and artwork that is rooted in and/or captures the spirit of Appalachia.
More info: https://appalachianheritage.submittable.com/submit
KENTUCKY FOUNDATION FOR WOMEN
Deadline: June 8
Accepting requests for retreats now until June 8.
More info: www.kfw.org
ONLINE MA IN ARTS ADMINISTRATION
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.
The University of Kentucky recently introduced the online MA in Arts Administration designed to prepare the next generation of arts leaders for this essential role. The progressive curriculum emphasizes the importance of leadership, entrepreneurship and technology in the arts.
More info: http://finearts.uky.edu/arts-administration?utm_source=MA+Marketing+List&utm_ campaign=e4c47a38ad-MA_AAD_MA_Program_dance_11_12_2012&utm_medium=email
KENTUCKY PEER ADVISORY NETWORK
Arts professionals on the KPAN roster are available to provide three to six hour consultancies to assist eligible organizations and individual artists with board development, grant writing, marketing and promotions, strategic planning, festival planning and other activities. Consultancy fees are paid by the Kentucky Arts Council.
More info: http://artscouncil.ky.gov/Opportunities/kpan_about.htm