Thursday, May 31, 2012

CINTAS Foundation 2012 Fellowship Competition

Miami Dade College Art Gallery System and the CINTAS Foundation are seeking artists, composers, and architects to complete an application for submission to the 2012 CINTAS Foundation Fellowship Competition and the opportunity to be awarded 10,000 USD in their respective discipline.

The competition will open May 20th, 2012. Fellowship applicants must submit applications and examples of their work by August 1, 2012.  Eligibility, competition requirements and details and application forms are posted on the CINTAS Foundation website:

The CINTAS Foundation awards fellowships annually to creative artists of Cuban lineage who reside outside of Cuba. The Foundation was established with funds from the estate of Oscar B. Cintas (1887–1957), former Cuban ambassador to the United States, a prominent industrialist and patron of the arts. 

An exhibition and presentation highlighting the work of the 2012 CINTAS Foundation Fellowship Finalists in the three disciplines, visual arts, architecture, and music composition, will be hosted by Miami Dade College at the historic Freedom Tower in October. Winners of the Fellowship will be announced shortly thereafter.

For more information about the CINTAS Foundation Fellowship Program or Miami Dade College Art Gallery System, please contact the CINTAS Program Administrator or email  

Application deadline: August 1, 2012

Registrar/Studio Manager

Artist Studio - Brooklyn, NY

Seeking experienced studio manager to run a busy studio in Brooklyn for a well known artist. Applicant must have experience shipping internationally, production managment, budget managment, archive management, and operating efficiantly under deadlines.

Please email your resume with a brief cover letter to: Please include desired salary.

CAW Summer Muralist & Teaching Artist

Creative Arts Workshops for Kids - New York, NY
CAW is seeking talented art educators with experience in mural installation for our 2012 Summer ArtWorks jobs program. CAW hosts a 7-week program in which we employ dozens of Northern Manhattan area youth to install large-scale, community-driven murals. We are looking for reliable individuals who have an interest in youth development through arts education and community revitalization. Candidates should have a history in leading large projects and working with urban adolescents. Offsite programming begins in June. On-site programming is July 5 through August 17, 9:00am-4:00pm, Monday through Thursday.

Please submit cover letter, resume/CV, weblinks, and portfolio at .