Friday, December 14, 2012

Executive Assistant - Lillian Heidenberg Fine Art

From Lyndsea Cherkasky (MFA 2007):

I am leaving my job as executive assistant at Lillian Heidenberg Fine Art and Lillian and I am trying to find someone to replace me. I have worked for her for a year and a half and am leaving on good terms, I just need to find someone to replace me! Time is of the essence because I must train someone before I leave at the end of January

The job is three days a week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday with Wednesday being a half day). The person hired would be assisting Lillian with all parts of her business. It is a lot of multi-tasking and is best suited for someone who is able to concentrate on many things at once. There are many emails and phone calls, as well as managing her art collection, writing invoices, arranging shipping, ect.

Applicants can contact Lillian Heidenberg at with their resume.

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Berlin Residency for Academy Alumni

The goal of this project is to provide residence for three NYAA alumni in Berlin. The work produced during this residency will included together the three NYAA residents, two other NYAA alumni living in Berlin (Peter Simon Mühlhäußer and Amber Sena), and 5 Graduates from the Kunsthochschule Weißensee in a selected group showing.
The exhibition will be held during the well-known „Gallery Weekend“ at the end of April 2013 and will take place at a Pavillon in Gertrud Kolmar Str.14 right beside the US- Embassy and in close proximity to the Brandenburger Gate, the Holocaust Memorial and the Tiergarten. This location is as well in close range of the main Berlin gallery districts of Auguststrasse.
Aerial view: Upper middle, Brandenburger Gate with the US Embassy below

This residency will provide exposure for  the 10 exhibited emerging artists, along with the cultural exchange and interaction between the two Art Institutes. The general focus of this project is the artistic merge of the New York and Berlin Artworld.
Organized by:
janinebeangallery, Berlin:            Janine Bean, Matthias Bergemann
Artist:                                                  Peter Simon Mühlhäußer
This committee along with their partner Yinon Cohen, will provide studio spaces at Katzbachstraße for the three artists in residence and their basic housing needs.
The committee will organize the exhibition in the Pavillion and produce a printed calalog for it.
Schedule for the Residence:
 The three-month residency will run from mid-February until the beginning of May. It will include a 1,500 sq ft Studio space and basic living for the three NYAA residents at Katzbachstraße 18 location in Berlin-Kreuzberg. The work produced by the artists during this time will be exhibited for three weeks at the Pavilion location at Gertrud-Kolmar-Str. 14 (on the corner of Hannah-Arendt-Straße).
The housing will be provided within an apartment above the resident studios at the Katzbachstr. The Apartment will only provide free basic housing. (If more than basic needs for simple housing is requested by the selected residents, the committee will help with finding suitable accommodation at the lowest price possible.) The Organization will help provide for special needs and support if necessary.
The location of the Studio is in Berlin-Kreuzberg, which is a new artist neighborhood in the city’s center. There are shops, bars and cafes within walking distance, and a good connection to public transportation.
The exhibition will open during Gallery Weekend, which is the main art event in the Berlin Gallery schedule.
Schedule :
Studio/ Living at Katzbachstraße: mid- February to the beginning of May
Exhibition: April 26th 2013 – May 18th 2013
Opening:  April 26th 2013
Sponsors and Supporters (as of now):
René Jorde (Pavillon Gertrud Kolmar Str. 14), Yinon Cohen (Studio/ Living Katzbachstr. 18), janinebeangallery, Peter-Simon Mühlhäußer
Second floor of Pavillion

View from Gerude Kolmar Street looking towards to US Embassy
View from the Pavillion patio looking over the Holocaust Memorial towards Tiergarten
Application Guidelines:
- Applications due January 1 at 6pm.
- 5 images of current work (no older than 2 years)
  • 3D works may include additional detail/installation shots.
  • Files must be 72 dpi and no more than 600 pixels on its largest side.
- CV
- Written proposal no more than one page in length. Explain what you want to accomplish during the residency and describe the work you plan to make.
- Most media welcome: drawing, painting, sculpture, installation, video. A printmaking facility is not available.
- Please email images, CV and proposal to
- Selected artists will be notified approximately one week after deadline

Wednesday, November 28, 2012


The PGTA program provides unpaid teaching internships in the Master of Fine Arts program to Academy alumni. Alumni are matched with Academy instructors, and gain valuable teaching experience at the graduate level. In turn, Academy instructors are provided with a teaching assistant who strengthens the tutorial component of the curriculum.


The PGTA’s core responsibility is to assist the primary instructor through the reinforcement of material covered during studio sessions. This may require attendance at 2 classes per week—one with the instructor in addition to the studio session run by the PGTA. The PGTA is also responsible for conducting research, contributing to critiques, and additional services as defined by the instructor. (The PGTA Program is not a Class Assistant/Monitor - this position is for enrolled students, who oversee the management of the model, attendance, and classroom setup/breakdown.) Experience in a particular discipline, etc. will determine selection.
Participation in the PGTA program affords alumni firsthand insight into the teaching methods of seasoned veterans of the Academy and the opportunity to teach uninstructed sessions. This credential alone vastly improves the likelihood of securing a teaching position in the future.  – Peter Drake, Dean of Academic Affairs
Being a Teaching Assistant gave me very valuable experiences about being on the other side of the lecture podium and the process of teaching.  It also looks good on the resume. – Shawn Yu, MFA 2011
As a Teaching Assistant, I found it rewarding to be able to instruct the valuable lessons and knowledge I gained at the Academy and to support the creative growth of current students. – Katie Hemmer, MFA 2006

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS & PROCESS (past PGTAs must submit updated materials):
1. Resume
2. Cover Letter
·         Should include a pedagogical statement
·         Preferred area of study
·         Availability
3. Three examples of your work

All applications are to be submitted VIA EMAIL by WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12 to:

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Curatorial Assistant, Painting and Sculpture - The Museum of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art is currently accepting applications for a Curatorial Assistant with excellent academic credentials, prior museum and/or gallery experience, and expertise in post-1960s art to work in the Department of Painting and Sculpture. The incumbent will assist the Department’s senior curatorial staff in all areas of their responsibilities including administrative work in the context of curatorial functions such as acquisitions, collections records, bibliographic and biographical records and files, research for exhibitions and publications, departmental committees, loans, and general curatorial inquiries. Additional responsibilities include:
  • Performs work in relation to care of the collection and arranges for custodial, registration, and preparation work as required by the curatorial staff in the maintenance of the collection in gallery, study and storage areas.
  • Conducts daily collection gallery inspections and assists with follow-up arrangements in the event of damage, deterioration, etc.
  • Performs the duties of exhibitions assistant including research on artists, periods, styles, etc., on specific works, on locations of works, etc.
  • Assists in arranging loans, in catalogue preparation, in the preparation of checklists from compilation to data entry, in coordinating and scheduling work to be done within the Museum and without in such areas as conservation, public information, matting and framing, construction, etc.
  • Assists with the preparation and installation of wall labels.
  • Answers inquiries and conducts some gallery tours as necessary for visitors, etc.
  • Researches and catalogues the Museum Collection and Archives under senior staff supervision and answers related inquiries from the public and scholars.
  • Assists in the operation of departmental study center.
Qualified candidates will possess a Master’s degree in Art History, ABD candidates preferred, and relevant museum or gallery experience. Conversant in modern and contemporary art, particularly art after 1960. Excellent writing, research, and organizational skills. Highly motivated. Strict attention to detail, rigorous approach to tasks. Excellent computer skills. High level of enthusiasm to work with a curatorial team. Ability to manage more than one project at a time and to consistently meet deadlines. Fluency (speaking, reading, writing) in one or more European languages; German fluency in particular is highly desired.

Please submit resume and cover letter, which must include salary requirements directly to Please reference the position title in the subject line.

The Museum of Modern Art is an equal opportunity employer and considers all candidates for employment regardless of race, color, sex, age, national origin, creed, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or political affiliation.


Monday, November 5, 2012

Hurricane Sandy Assistance from the Joan Mitchell Foundation

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy we hope this message finds you, your families, friends and colleagues well, and that you have been able to ride out this storm safely.

Our thoughts are with those who have been deeply impacted by this week's events. We know that for many of you your losses are tremendous, impacting not only yourselves, but your entire community as well.

If you are - or know of - a visual artist who has been affected by the hurricane please contact us. The Foundation has funding allocated specifically for emergency assistance to painters and sculptors affected by natural disasters. Additionally, we have access to information about other organizations that may be able to assist you.

If you are an arts organization working with visual artists and have been negatively impacted, please reach out to us as well. We are working in partnership with other funders to assess the needs of the visual arts community and identify the best ways of supporting its recovery.
In the meantime, for anyone who has been impacted, we urge you to document your losses as thoroughly as possible. This should be done by taking photographs and keeping records of damage to your home, studio, office, and/or artwork, as well as keeping records of all related expenses going forward.

Please note that due to the hurricane, the Foundation's office is closed and we cannot be reached by phone until power is restored to West Chelsea.

We know that communication for many is very limited now, but our staff can be reached by email at:

Additionally you can contact us through our Facebook page here.
Please share your stories, your experiences, and let us know if you need assistance. We're here to help.

Artist/Illustrator, Ardaban - New York, NY

TV production company seeking experienced artist with strong illustration skills to assist in television development and the creation of logos, detailed set drawings and storyboards. Strong illustration skills a must. Advertising experience a plus. Must work quickly and respond well to tight deadlines.

Please send resume and samples of your work.

View or apply to job.

Interdisciplinary Art in Ireland - Residency

Summer 2013
Interdisciplinary Art in Ireland provides a unique format for intensive investigation of site-specific art. Participants are encouraged to develop new methods of art making while exploring and interpreting the relationship between place and the creative process. Artists working in all expressive media are encouraged to re-examine the tools, concepts, and goals of their work. Experimentation is encouraged as students work at the varied sites, reflecting on cultural practice, landscape, human presence, and social structure of the region. Documentation of artwork, drawing, writing, photography, performance, and film become daily practice for all on the course. The four-week experience in Ireland is intensive and this investigative art practice experience will fuel your work for future years to come.

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Support and assist senior level management in meeting specific and varying aesthetic requirements of various RL corporate projects in the following ways:
-Maintain organization of the department's artwork inventory and resources library
-Maintain departmental budgets, process payments and handle follow-up where needed
-Assist with researching and procuring artwork for various projects from numerous sources such as photo archives, galleries, artists & auction houses
-Schedule and manage artwork pickups and deliveries and assist with installations as needed
-Process photo lab photography orders 

Job Requirements:
-4 year degree in Visual Arts, Graphic Arts or Art History
-0-3 years work experience in a creative, visual environment
-Familiarity with art terminology, processes, media, techniques, etc.
-Proficient in  PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Outlook, Adobe, and Internet
-Prefer experience in photoshop and illustrator
-Ability to maintain high levels of organization for various projects
-Resourceful, creative and time sensitive when faced with multiple projects and challenging deadlines
-Self-motivated, ability to work well with a team, and willing to work outside of normal business hours at various locations when needed
-Art hanging & art handling skills preferred; framing skills a plus

Full-time Faculty in Painting and Drawing - The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

The School of the Art Institute of Chicago seeks exceptional artists for one or more full-time, tenured or tenure-track faculty at all ranks to teach graduate and undergraduate programs in the Department of Painting and Drawing, to begin August 2013. Rank and salary are competitive with peer institutions, and are commensurate with quality of practice or scholarship, extent of teaching experience, and current professional standing.

Full-time faculty teach undergraduate and graduate-level classes within the Department of Painting and Drawing, and work with MFA graduate students on a tutorial basis. The ideal candidates may also teach in collaboration with other relevant departments within the context of an interdisciplinary art school. Faculty are expected to maintain active professional practices and also participate in departmental and school-wide committees and service.

Applicants must have an MFA or equivalent, a minimum of two years teaching experience or its equivalent, and a significant record of exhibitions and related professional activities.  Artists who are painters or whose practice includes painting, drawing and related interdisciplinary approaches are encouraged to apply.

Other qualifications include knowledge of contemporary critical and theoretical issues. Leadership skills, a strong commitment to teaching, and participation in departmental development are expected.

The ability to communicate with students on multiple levels, both graduate and undergraduate, will be essential, as well as interest in participating in an ongoing conversation about the evolution and future of the discipline and department.

Application Procedure
By Monday, January 7, 2013 please submit an application at You will be asked to create an account, then complete the application which is a combination of fill-in fields and uploaded documents. Complete the fields for: contact information, educational background, and three professional references. Required files to upload include: a cover letter stating your interests and qualifications; résumé; artist statement; a statement of teaching philosophy; sample syllabus; and portfolio of professional work or other documents as appropriate.

Dave Bown Projects - 5th Semiannual Competition

5th Semiannual Competition- Jurors - Karl Hecksher  K5 Editions, New York   Andrea Karnes  Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth   Mary Kate O’Hare  Newark Museum
Prizes 15,000 USD (1 artist will receive $10,000 and 5 artists will each receive $1,000).
In addition to the cash prizes listed above, we will be buying works of art from artists as submissions are received.
Eligibility: This competition is open to all visual artists who are 18 years of age or older. All styles and mediums are eligible.
Selection Process: Early entries are encouraged. Previewing will occur on a daily and weekly basis as submissions are received.
Deadline: November 30, 2012
For further information, please contact Dave Bown at (917) 365-5265 or

Monday, October 8, 2012

Full Time Position, Lauderhill Partners, LLC / Campus Evolution, LLC - New York City

Organization Description
Lauderhill Partners, LLC (“Lauderhill”) was founded in 2011 by two former Wall Street executives driven by their interest to acquire and/or build “best in class” operating businesses across numerous sectors with a strong eye toward profitability, social responsibility and enjoyment (in essence, the best of Wall Street without Wall Street).  The executives are former CEO’s of large private, as well as public companies.  Lauderhill is well capitalized and continues to raise sector specific capital to fund opportunities.  In late 2011, Lauderhill formed Campus Evolution, LLC, which has been actively acquiring both management companies and real estate assets in the student housing sector.  The firm estimates that it will have over 8,000 beds under ownership and/or management by the end of September 2012.
Job Description
A position with Lauderhill offers a candidate an opportunity to be part of a fast moving, entrepreneurial environment where they will have the opportunity to work closely with senior management on a strategy that affords college students a platform to create live artwork on a national stage via college level art competitions.   The platform will also serve to represent such artists helping them secure future gigs/work, allow them to prosper from multiple revenue streams and to basically give them a place to launch their careers.  It’s an opportunity for an artist with an entrepreneurial flair and a strong desire to create a new platform, the opportunity to think out of the box and put their handprint on this new business.  The environment is collaborative and team oriented where all thoughts and ideas are welcomed.  The candidate will have the opportunity to meet with university personnel, students, sponsors, legal counsel and to participate in the overall “think tank” driving this business line. This is truly an opportunity to be on the ground floor of a well-capitalized, exciting  business opportunity where you can couple all of your creative and artistic skills with the dream of being part of a fun, needed, high profile business – that you will help create.
Position Description
The ideal candidate must be well organized, flexible, and enjoy the challenge of working in a start-up environment with a diverse range of personalities and ideas. The candidate must also be resourceful, efficient and have a high level of professionalism.  Additional qualifications include:
·         Degree in Art
·         Strong passion to be part of a team generating ideas for a new, artist based business
·         Ability to handle multiple projects and priorities with a strong attention to detail
·         Excellent verbal and communication skills with the ability to present thoughts and ideas clearly
·         Experience with social networking sites
·         Strong desire to expand personal horizons, strive to be the best and desire to be part of creating something special
·         Academic minor or prior experience in advertising, communications or marketing preferred
·         Must maintain the highest level of confidentiality
The position is meant to be fulfilling, rewarding, interesting and possibly afford the candidate an equity position in the business.  Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience.  
Please forward either a resume or a biography that highlights past experience and why you think you are the right fit to create a new business to Nathaniel Fowler (

Monday, August 27, 2012

Vytlacil Artist-in-Residence Program

Located in historic Sparkill, New York, the Vytlacil Campus Artist-in-Residence Program provides an environment that provides an excellent residency to working artists in the studio-based, atelier tradition at a spacious, pastoral setting. Enabling artists of every background and medium to focus on creating artwork for an extended period of time (one to two months), the residency offers living and studio space, equipment, access to Manhattan, and one-on-one mentoring and critiques in a wooded setting just 30 minutes from the cultural center of New York City. Click here for application information.

Artists are given individual space to freely focus on their craft, as well as ample opportunity to engage with the supportive community of artists that embodies the spirit of Vyt AIR—including communal sunset gatherings and impromptu evening presentations. At the end of their residency, artists may participate in “Open Studio” sessions, a chance to share their work with the Art Students League’s extensive community and the public.

Core support to resident-artists includes:
  • a single bedroom for four- or eight-week residencies with a communal catered lunch provided weekly
  • 24/7 access to private and shared studio space
  • use of specialized equipment such as the bronze furnace, kiln, forging, and welding studio
  • access to our facilities including an extensive art library, Wi-Fi internet, and reading room
  • mentoring & critiques by professional, working artists-instructors
  • "Vyt Van" and public transportation access to NYC cultural institutions and networking opportunities
  • Eligibility: Professional, emerging, and teaching artists over the age of 18 are encouraged to apply.
Length of Time: The Vyt AIR residency period is for four or eight weeks. Residencies are available throughout the year. SCHOLARSHIPS are available. Transportation to Vytlacil Campus is not included. Art supplies are not covered as part of the residency.  For more information contact our campus at (845) 359-1263 or by email at

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Studio Sublet in Brooklyn

400 sq ft studio sublet in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, from Sept 1 to May 1, 2013. Includes two 25 ft long walls (ideal for painting/graphic media), 12 ft ceiling, large north facing windows. $662 per month. Includes utilities (heat is an additional $30 per month from Nov 1 -March 1) and Wi-Fi. Space is in an excellent studio complex with freight elevator and 24/7 access to building. One block from the subway (D and N train express stops). 

For more information, please call 347-784 2017

International Artist Residency Program 2013, NARS Foundation

New York Art Residency & Studios (NARS) Foundation
(Brooklyn NY)

The NARS Foundation International Artist Residency Program provides national and international artists with the opportunity to produce new work while engaging with the vibrant arts community in New York City. Artists-in-residence have access to an individual studio space and various professional development programs. Residents have an opportunity to share and present their work through artist talks, workshops, and lectures and receive studio visits by prominent New York City curators, critics and gallerists. The NARS Foundation seeks applications on two levels. The first level includes emerging and mid-career artists for whom appointments as residents may make a significant impact on their careers. The second level consists of artists with established national and/or international reputations for whom a change of environment may offer refreshment and inspiration.

Online application forms must be submitted by Friday, October 5, 2012 before midnight.  Please read the guidelines completely prior to beginning your application as our application format has changed. A non-refundable application fee of $35(US) is required with each submission. To apply, please visit our website:


Monday, August 13, 2012

2013 Winter/Spring Residencies - Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts (Saratoga, WY)

Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts offers competitive residencies for 2, 4 or 6 weeks (with preferences going to 4 week requests).

Visual artists, writers, musicians and composers of all backgrounds, genres and experience are welcome to apply. Must be 18 or older. We have 4 visual art studios, 2 writing studios and 2 music/composition studios.

Selected recipients are given housing (with private bath), most meals and exclusive access to studio. Residents are responsible for all necessary supplies and transportation to either Laramie Regional Airport or Brush Creek Ranch.

For more information about our program please visit We are only taking online applications. Please read guidelines prior to completing the online application.

DEADLINE is SEPTEMBER 15, 2012 for our Winter/Spring residency session running January - May 2013.

Assistant Artist-Teacher, Joan Mitchell Foundation- New York, NY

The Joan Mitchell Foundation is currently accepting applications for the position of Assistant Artist-Teacher in our Art Education Program. The Art Education program, which began in 1997, strives to fulfill the Foundation’s mission by providing opportunities for both emerging youth artists and working adult artists through inclusive and diverse arts education programming, offered completely free to the public. The program enhances the artistic education of young painters and sculptors through studio classes, in concert with other educational opportunities encouraging students to pursue and develop their voice in the arts. Simultaneously, the program supports the artistic development of working painters and sculptors through teaching opportunities, professional development training, and engagement with the artistic community. Currently, the Art Education program partners with six organizations in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens, and offers Saturday, afterschool, and summer programming, employing over forty Artist-Teachers, and serving 1,000 students each week.

Ideal candidates are artists who do not have extensive experience in education, but would like to learn about teaching and someday lead their own class.

The Assistant Artist-Teachers are responsible for helping with the everyday running of the classroom. Assistant Artist-Teachers are required to fulfill the duties outlined below: • Complete weekly timesheets and reflections (written summaries of the classroom experience); • Take and maintain daily attendance records; • Assume role of Lead if teaching partner is absent; • Set up the classroom; • Prepare materials both on and off site; • Label and prepare student work for shows; • Offer instructional advice and guidance to students during work period; • Work with Lead Artist-Teacher to coordinate student shows; • Aid with completion of materials inventory; • Participate in required professional development; and • Complete other duties defined by Lead and the Art Education Program.

Positions range from one to three day engagements (3-22 hours per week). Programs run Monday through Saturday. Assistant Artist-Teachers are compensated at the rate of $25/hour. Applicants must be available to start the first week of September and work through the 2012-2013 academic year.

Love of children, passion about education, flexibility and willingness to work hard and try new things are essential. Applicants must also maintain an active art practice.

Application Instructions:
Interested applicants should email resume, cover letter, and six (6) images of their art work (of which, at least 3 must be images of work made within the past year) to Travis Laughlin, Art Education Program Director at Applications must be received by August 13th, 2012.


Apply for A@R's Site-Specific or Studio Residency

We are currently accepting applications for both of our site-specific and studio residencies!   The deadline to apply for the Fall 2012 studio residency and the May-July 2013 site-specific residency is August 28th. 
Our site specific residency is open to artists of all disciplines. Multidisciplinary artists are empowered to create interactive new work with a public component in any of our eight distinct rooms over the course of three months. We seek proposals with strong artistic merit that are grounded in a relevancy to the broader North Brooklyn community. We are currently accepting applications for our May-July 2013 residency.
You can download our application here.

Our studio residency is open to North Brooklyn artists. We provide free studio space to North Brooklyn artists with community-based practice for 3 months. Artists are selected based on artistic merit, the relevancy of the artist's work to the broader network of health, youth, employment and housing services offered by St. Nicks, and the depth of the artist's personal connection to North Brooklyn.  We are currently accepting applications for the fall 2012 residency. 
You can download our application here.

Both applications and full details are available on our website: 

For more information or to schedule a visit to the space, please contact Chris Henderson at  
presented in part by the Brooklyn Community Foundation and City Councilwoman Diana Reyna

Call for Artists: Keyholder Residency Program

Type: Residencies, Workshops, Exchanges

Deadline: 09/01/12

Lower East Side Printshop, New York, offers FREE year-long studio residencies for emerging artists. The application deadline is September 1, 2012 for residencies starting on October 1, 2012. The Keyholder Residency includes free 24/7 access to a large shared studio with printmaking facilities, $1,000 stipend, storage space and basic supplies, exhibition opportunities, educational programming, and support services. Artists from all disciplines are eligible: printmaking skills are recommended but not required, and basic instruction in printmaking and some Master Printer assistance is available at no cost. For more information about the residency, studio facilities, and to apply online please visit

Call for Artists: Toying with Art

Morris Museum
(Morristown NJ)

Prospectus for Submissions

December 6, 2012 through March 17, 2013
at the Morris Museum

The Morris Museum, a major New Jersey cultural institution, is seeking artwork by established and emerging artists who live and/or work in the New York/New Jersey region for an important, exciting, and fun exhibition focusing on the toy as an art medium.

The exhibition will explore the creative usage of toys and other childhood favorites as an art medium for 2D or 3D work.  We are looking for artwork created with objects such as: LEGO® bricks, crayons, colored pencils, Rubik’s cubes, dominos, dice, Etch-A-Sketch®, plastic figures, dolls, stuffed animals, Lite-Brites, puzzles, toy cars, toy soldiers, construction or building toys, board games, jacks, marbles, jump ropes, beads, plastic baubles, sequins, building blocks, darts, action figures, toy parts, and any other type of toy that you can make art with!

The Morris Museum is accepting submissions for any type of artwork, including but not limited to, mosaic, assemblage, or sculpture that focuses on the toy as the medium or as the tool used to produce it; where commercially produced products are transformed into something exquisite, unique, and exciting. 

For additional information or for a submission form, please contact

Submission Deadline
September 15, 2012
Artists will be notified of their acceptances in October 2012

-Artists must live and/or work in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, or Connecticut
-Work must be ready for museum installation
-Work may not exceed the following dimensions: 5 feet tall, 4 feet wide, 150 pounds
-Artist is responsible for delivery and pick up of artwork

Submission Guidelines:
Send the following to: 
Or mail a CD to:
Morris Museum
Associate Curator – Toying with Art
6 Normandy Heights Road
Morristown, NJ 07960
1. Images of works for consideration
a. Jpeg Images (saved as “title_lastname_firstname_#.jpg”)
b. You may send up to five (5) images (150 dpi), titles of work should correspond to an annotated list (see below)
2. PDF (saved as: lastname_firstname.pdf, include all documents listed below in one file)
a. Cover page with contact information (name, email, phone, address)
b. Annotated list of titles, dates, medium, dimensions, and descriptions of work
c. Artist statement (500 words or less)
d. Resume/CV
(please inlcude "Toying with Art" as the subject header)

New American Paintings 2012 Northeastern Competition

New American Paintings
EXTENDED DEADLINE: 8.31.12 (Midnight EST)
Juror: Nina Bozicnik, Assistant Curator, Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, NH

New American Paintings is a museum-quality, soft-cover art periodical, published bimonthly by The Open Studios Press. Each 184 page volume is a regional exhibition-in-print, selling for $20 at 1,500 bookstores, museum shops and art supply stores nationwide. The books have become periodical resources for collectors and art world professionals.

Competition winners retain all rights to their images and pay nothing to appear in New American Paintings.

Now accepting entries from:


The competition’s 40 winners will appear in the Feb/Mar 2013 edition of New American Paintings.

All styles and media are welcome, as long as the work is singular and two-dimensional.

To Enter, visit:

Thursday, August 2, 2012

The Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) Program - The Bronx Museum of the Arts

AIM 33 – Open call to artists
Deadline: September 5, 2012

The Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) Program at The Bronx Museum of the Arts was established in 1980 with the objective to provide networking opportunities for emerging artists residing in the New York metropolitan area and to introduce their work to a greater audience.

AIM is structured as a “collaborative residency” in which participants work directly with established artists, collectors, art critics, curators, dealers, lawyers, and other art world professionals.

The 13-week seminar is offered annually to 36 participants, culminating with a biennial exhibition of the participants’ work in June 2013.
AIM sessions provide information, instruction, and professional guidance by addressing areas of practical concern to artists, among them curatorial practice, copyright law, exhibition and public art opportunities, gallery representation, grant writing, and marketing.

Sessions take place on Tuesdays from 6-8 pm at The Bronx Museum of the Arts and off-site locations. Among past participants in the AIM Program are Glenn Ligon—who was one of the early AIM artists and whose work was first exhibited at the Bronx Museum—and Polly Apfelbaum, Rina Banerjee, Amy Cutler, Anton Vidokle, and Pheobe Washburn. Click here to learn more about the AIM program, review the application guidelines, and to



The Bronx Museum of the Arts
1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street
Bronx, New York 10456
United States of America

Solo Exhibition - Vox Populi

Vox Populi offers artists living outside of the Philadelphia area the opportunity to extend and challenge their artistic development and exposure to new audiences. Proposals for solo exhibitions will be considered for one month long exhibitions. Vox is particularly interested in offering exhibitions to artists who work in experimental materials and/or employ alternative methodologies, whose work is less likely to be shown in a commercial setting. Guest artists will receive an honorarium of $500 but will be expected to arrange for their installation and deinstallation. Artists will show in one of Vox's four gallery spaces and will be grouped with other artists by Vox's artist membership. A floorplan is available at


Visit our SlideRoom page for details at Application fee is $20, which helps cover SlideRoom fees.


Application deadline: August 31
Notification date: September 21
Exhibition window: December 2012 - February 2013

Questions? Contact:

Call to Artists - Ground Arts Organization

Ground is a not for profit organization helping artists receive exposure and opportunities in the art market, while helping build art programs around the world for children.   We host ongoing exhibitions at our 2,000 sq. ft. space, and home base in the West Chelsea Arts Building in New York City.

We invite you to participate in our Summer 2012 competition, allowing you to win monthly prizes such as: a solo show, a published interview, an artist retreat trip, or a documentary, and take advantage of our interactive portfolio and event sharing. 
Our goal is to lend support and growth for emerging artists’ work, and to facilitate a continuing dialogue about this work.  Consistent collaboration between curators, artists, film makers, and critics provide for a continuing discussion in the contemporary art world. 

In addition, all Ground profits are used to assist schools around the world to build art programs. Encouraging a child to reach his or her creative potential inspires us.  Ground is not a charity, but rather an empowering exchange.  Please see our current project, “I am Haiti” on the Ground Arts website to learn more about what we do.

Deadline is August 10th, 2012