Thursday, December 12, 2013

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Open Call - Dacia Gallery's 2014 Artist Residency in Sibiu, Romania

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Session I: May 3 - 31, 2014
Session II: June 15 - July 13, 2014

Open Application to all Visual Artists
Begining & Advanced Level Artists Accepted
20 Artists Accepted Per Session

To apply and for more info click here.

Tuesday, November 12, 2013


We are interested in posting our Job Vacancies on your Board so interested candidates can benefit from it and gain more experience
Agile and Responsible Individual is needed to fill the Position of a Personal Assistant.
Someone who can offer these services:
* Mail services (Receive my mails and drop them off at UPS)
* Shop for Gifts
* Sit for delivery (at your home) or pick items up at nearby post office at your convenience.(You will be notified when delivery would be made) etc.
Weekly Pay;

Contact details
Aaron Jackson
(970) 539-9105

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Art From The Boros 2014 Open Call For Artists

Because of the overwhelming positive response from our first open call for artists from the boroughs in 2012/2013, Denise Bibro Fine Art is pleased to announce an open call to artists for our “Art From the Boros II” exhibition in 2014. The primary purpose of the exhibition is to bring to the public’s attention untapped and underexposed talent in all of the 5 boroughs of New York. After visiting all of the finalists’ studios, a selection of the most talented of the group will be featured in a group exhibition at Denise Bibro Fine Art in 2014. Two artists will be chosen to have a special exhibition of their work.

Click Here For Entry Form
Please fill out form and email as an attachment to




Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor - Painting or Drawing (Studio Art)

New York, NY
Full Time
Performs teaching, research and guidance duties in area(s) of expertise. Shares responsibility for committee and department assignments including administrative, supervisory, and other functions.

The department seeks a candidate in the field of Studio Art (specialization in Painting or Drawing) to teach a range of studio and art theory courses including Color and Design, Drawing, Life Drawing, and Painting. Participate in department and college activities such as curriculum development for a two-year program, grant writing, assessment, faculty development, and mentoring student projects. Productive creative scholarship expected. Evening/weekend schedule may be required.


Ph.D. degree in area(s) of experience or equivalent. Also required are the ability to teach successfully, demonstrated scholarship or achievement, and ability to cooperate with others for the good of the institution.

For Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor:
For appointment in Studio Art, an MFA and professional portfolio are required. Also required is the ability to teach successfully, demonstrate creative achievement, and the ability to cooperate with others for the good of the institution. For Associate or Full Professor, the candidate must have a record of significant achievement in the field.

Three years college teaching experience preferred. Experience with instructional technology an asset. Experience in art education or art administration is desirable, but not a requisite.


Assistant Professor: $42,873 - $74,133
Associate Professor: $55,602 - $88,418
Professor: $68,803 - $106,071


Contact: Borough of Manhattan Community College
Online App. Form: BL?FolderPath=PORTAL_ROOT_OBJECT.HC_HRS_CE_GBL2&IsFolder=false&IgnoreParamT empl=FolderPath%2cIsFolder

Monday, November 4, 2013

Artist Residency Program - Soho20 Chelsea Gallery

SOHO20’s  Three-month Studio Residency Program provides visual artists, of any gender, with the space and community necessary to create, experiment and exchange ideas. With a focus on studio-based practice, the residency is an opportunity to develop a new body of work while engaging with the vibrant arts community in New York.

The individual studio space is located at 547 West 27th Street within SOHO20 gallery, in the heart of Chelsea.  Its proximity to a major cultural hub encourages exposure and provides readily available access to an international contemporary art scene. Note that the studio residency is for work use only.  The artist will be promoted through the gallery, and have the option to share work with art professionals and the public through open studios, studio visits and an artist talk.

Applications must be submitted by Tuesday, December 10, 2013. A $35 application fee is required with each submission.

The Winter 2014 (February - April) Application and Guidelines are currently available through our website. To apply, please visit:

Calling All Cat Painters to the Brookyn Cat Painting Takedown

At the end of the November, the Takedown folks, responsible for the Bacon Takedown and many other food-themed events, are switching things up and letting people compete to see who in Brooklyn can paint the cat picture. Want in? The Brooklyn Cat Painting Takedown will take place on November 24 at Bushwick’s Active Space Gallery (566 Johnson Avenue), and will involve people hanging out and painting the best damn cat pictures they can. No one says they have to be pictures of cats that actually exists on this Earth though, if you want to get really creative about it. If you want to volunteer to paint a cat, email

ICI Curator's Perspective: Mai Abu ElDahab at Hunter College

Mai Abu ElDahab
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Hunter College MFA Studio Building
205 Hudson
New York, NY 10013

As part of ICI’s Curator’s Perspective—an itinerant public discussion series featuring international curators—Mai Abu ElDahab (co-curator of the 2014 Liverpool Biennial) will present her current research interests and curatorial projects.

Please RSVP to with MAI ABU in the subject field.

The Curator’s Perspective is a free, itinerant public discussion series ICI developed as a way for international curators to share their research and experiences with audiences in New York. These talks provide ICI the opportunity to assemble documentation on and disseminate information about a wide variety of international perspectives on art today. This year audiences have heard perspectives on art, culture, and exhibition-making from curators based in Dakar, Jakarta, Gdansk, Berlin/Mexico City, and Melbourne. In fall 2013, practitioners will talk about what they’re most interested in at the moment, including the artists and the sociopolitical contexts that are shaping practices now.

The Curator’s Perspective series has been made possible, in part, by grants from the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation and by generous contributions from the ICI Board of Trustees and ICI Access Fund.

Friday, November 1, 2013

Studio Space Available - Gowanus Area

168 7th Street
F, G, R Trains, Fourth Ave/9th Street Station

Third floor. 24/7 access. Elevator. Access to slop sink and hot water. 12 foot ceiling with exhaust fans. Amenities: kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave & coffee maker, WI-F, clean well-maintained bathrooms, freight elevator. Ideal for painters and craftspeople. No living!
175-225 sq. ft. Price $450-600
Utilities and insurance included in rent.
Available November 1, 2013
Close to Lowes, Staples, entertainment, bars, restaurants and coffee shops.

Contact: Patrick Romine (MFA 2010), 347-622-2307

Studio Space Available - Gowanus Area

168 7th Street
F, G, R Trains, Fourth Ave/9th Street Station

Third floor. 24/7 access. Elevator. Access to slop sink and hot water. 12 foot ceiling with exhaust fans. Amenities: kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave & coffee maker, WI-F, clean well-maintained bathrooms, freight elevator. Ideal for painters and craftspeople. No living!
175-225 sq. ft. Price $450-600
Utilities and insurance included in rent.
Available November 1, 2013
Close to Lowes, Staples, entertainment, bars, restaurants and coffee shops.

Contact: Patrick Romine (MFA 2010), 347-622-2307

Monday, October 14, 2013

Open Call for Smack Mellon's Artist Studio Program

About the Program 
Smack Mellon is pleased to announce that we just received funding for our Artist Studio program from The New York Community Trust's Edward and Sally Van Lier Fund, which provides support for talented, culturally diverse, economically disadvantaged young people who are seriously dedicated to a career in the arts. Recipients should reside in New York and generally be age 30 or younger, with demonstrated financial need.

The Artist Studio Program was launched in 2000 in response to the crisis in availability of affordable workspace for artists living and working in New York City. Smack Mellon provides free studio space to six artists working in all visual arts media for an eleven-month period. Benefits include access to a workshop for metal, wood and general fabrication, a common area equipped with the latest technology, and fellowships worth up to $5,000.

Each year, Smack Mellon convenes a panel of arts professionals to select the six Studio Artists from over 500 applicants. The panel also chooses 15 additional "Hot Picks" artists, whose work is featured on our website for one year, along with that of our studio artists. Smack Mellon hosts two Open Studios events annually, as well as sponsored visits from curators, critics and gallerists, which provide significant exposure and invaluable career building opportunities.

The 2014 Studio Program will be housed on the lower level of Smack Mellon's renovated building at 92 Plymouth Street. The residency will take place from May 15, 2014 - April 15, 2015.

All applicants must be US citizens or legal permanent residents of the United States, 18 years or older, may not be enrolled in any degree program and must be able to demonstrate need for a studio. Applicants may not be a resident artist in another studio program at the same time as the 2014-2015 Smack Mellon residency.

Selection Process
A panel of arts professionals and artists will review applications and select artists for the 2014-2015 season. Artists will be selected based on the quality of their work and their potential for making the most of their time in the program. The selection process will be completed by the end of February 2014.

Deadline: Thursday, November 7, 2013, 11:59pm EST

Open Sessions at the Drawing Center

The Drawing Center is pleased to announce Open Sessions, a new program created by Lisa Sigal and Nova Benway, Open Sessions Curators. Open Sessions is a platform for selected artists to find new approaches for contextualizing and exhibiting their work, through conversation, public programs, and gallery installations. The artists selected for Open Sessions may or may not draw as their primary means of art-making. Rather, Open Sessions will foster a dynamic, ever-evolving conversation with new drawing practices and practitioners, viewing drawing as an activity rather than a product. We understand drawing as a practice both concrete and metaphorical; a space for assertion, conjecture and digression. All programming will be developed in conjunction with Drawing Center staff, around the key questions, ideas and approaches that concern the selected artists.

Open Sessions is a two year program of occasional events, described below. The content for all Open Sessions programs will come directly from the participating artists, so applicants should be interested in an ongoing dialogue with their peers, though it is not necessary that they participate in every program. Installations and/or programs will be held approximately bi-monthly throughout the year, schedule TBD. We are open to considering applications from artists who will be in New York for only a portion of the two years.  Applicants will be notified of their acceptance by January 15. Open Sessions will begin in early February.
Open Sessions artists will stage several installations in the Lab gallery, each in association with a public panel discussion or other program. At the end of the two years, a Main Gallery exhibition will present accumulated knowledge and/or questions generated by the artists during their time in Open Sessions. Open Sessions will also seek to forge alliances with partner institutions to expand the audience demographics and exhibition platforms.

Curator and Fellows
In addition to the Open Sessions Curators, each year four artists are selected as Open Sessions Fellows. The 2014 Fellows are Kamrooz Aram, Nathan Carter, Emilie Clark, and E.V. Day. Fellows will lead in the selection of each new group of participating Open Sessions artists, and organize a collaborative event for Open Sessions Artists.

·        Two year program
·        Meetings with the Curators throughout the year
·        Collaborative events with Fellows (closed door)
·        Gallery installations
·        Artist-led public programs
·        Main Gallery exhibition


Applications can be submitted one of two ways:
·          Upload your images to, and send them to (go to to set up a free account)
·          Via post to The Drawing Center, Open Sessions, 35 Wooster Street, NYC, NY 10013

 Submission Materials:

·          Ten images (Images should not exceed 5.0 MB per image; ideal file size should be less than 1MB)
·          Image caption document (include the title, dimensions, medium, and date for each image)
·          Resume (include email and website address, if applicable)
·          Proposal: What theme provides context for your work, clarifies or adds depth to your thinking and/or elucidates your formal approach? If you were to organize a public event (a panel discussion, group exhibition, performance, etc.) around this theme, who or what would it include? Proposals should be included on a Word or other text document, and should not exceed 150 words. Please indicate if you are or were a Viewing Program member.

·          If you are mailing your materials, clearly label your drive or disc with your name.

Instructions for Dropbox submission:
Go to
Set up a free account with username and password
Upload your materials
Click the “share” link to share the materials with
We will email you to confirm your submission.

Please read the above information carefully, and feel free to submit via postal mail if you are not comfortable with Dropbox. Email 
opensessions@drawingcenter.orgwith questions that are not answered above.

Applications are due by Friday, November 1

The Drawing Center is the only not-for-profit fine arts institution in the country to focus solely on the exhibition of drawings, both historical and contemporary. It was established in 1977 to provide opportunities for emerging and under-recognized artists; to demonstrate the significance and diversity of drawings throughout history; and to stimulate public dialogue on issues of art and culture.

Monday, October 7, 2013

Friday Night Model Sessions at the Academy

Academy Alumni - 
We would like to invite you to our Friday Night Model Sessions.  The sessions are from 6-9pm, open to all current MFA students and Alumni, and FREE!

Hope to see you there!
Friday Night Model Sessions
at the New York Academy of Art
Room 502 & 503 | 6-9pm
Drawing, Painting, Sculpting 
October 11th – Pose 1
October 18th – Pose 1
November 1st – Pose 2
November 8th – Pose 2
November 22nd – Pose 2
December 6th – Pose 2

Please contact Katie Hemmer with any questions:

Thursday, September 26, 2013

EFA Studios Open Call for Applications: Deadline Dec. 10th

The EFA Studio Program was created to provide affordable studio space within a community of artists, facilitate career development, and promote public and critical exposure for our members. Members of the studio program are professional artists with a developed studio practice. Our members create work in a wide range of media and artistic sensibilities creating a vibrant and diverse community of peers.

Membership is available to artists through an application and selection process. Members receive a private studio for a period of up to two years that is subsidized at below market cost. Membership renewal is possible after two years through a reapplication process.

All studios are located in the EFA building at 323 West 39th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues in Midtown Manhattan.

Studios range in size from 200 to 440 square feet. Ceilings are 11 feet high. Membership fees vary according to the size and shape of the studio assigned to the artist, the studio's location in the building, and the artist's demonstrated financial need. Access to the studios is 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Visual artists working in all forms of media are eligible. The program is designed for artists with a developed studio practice and career. Applicants cannot be enrolled in a college or university degree-granting program. Certain types of work cannot be accommodated for practical reasons, including large or heavy sculptures, some types of metal work, and work involving high noise levels or fire risk. Applications are judged solely on the quality of the work as presented. EFA does not discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation or marital status. Artists must be citizens of the United States, or must be legal U.S residents during their tenure.

All applications must be submitted online by or before Tuesday, December 10, 2013. Applicants with DVD submissions of their work must complete the online application by Tuesday, December 10, 2013and mail-in the DVD, postmarked on or before Tuesday, December 10, 2013. All applicants will be notified by email by Friday, January 17, 2014 of the receipt of their application and if the materials are complete or incomplete. All applicants will be notified by email or by mail of the outcome of their application by Tuesday, March 4, 2014. Please do not call the office for selection results.


Call for Submissions for Japan/America Art Collaboration

Japan/America Art Collaboration at Kamakura Gallery near Tokyo, Japan 

January 30 through February 4, 2014

Looking for 20 selected artists from NYC
Work size no larger than 53cm x 53cm

Applicants can apply with their CV and CV, and max 5 images here:

Deadline: November 16
Total shipping (to and from Japan) fee $75
Contact Lisa Benson ( with questions

"Artist's Professional Practices (How to Market Yourself)" Panel

Friday, September 27th, 6:30PM  New York Law School, 185 West Broadway (Tribeca)

ATOA will be kicking off its 39th season with a very pertinent topic that every artist, regardless of age or experience will benefit from.
Mitch  Pilnick , ATOA board member, art appreciator and artist representative will moderate a  discussion on various channels of distribution and how a visual artist  can best
market themselves and their work for optimum exposure and career  success.

The distinguished panel will consist of:
Jackie Battenfield Author of “The Artist's Guide: How to Make A Living Doing What You Love”. Visual artist and teacher of professional development classes  
Heather Darcy Bhandari Author of "Art/Work". Director of Artist Relations, Mixed Greens Gallery-Chelsea and adjunct lecturer.
Brainard Carey Author of “Making It in the Art World” & “New Markets for Artists”. Teacher of “The Art World Demystified” on-line educational system.       
Bill Carroll Program Director of the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Program, curator and artist. Teacher of “Professional Practice” Pratt Institute.
Felicity Hogan Program Officer at New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) providing professional development opportunities for artists. Curator & art administrator.

Venue: New York Law School
185 West B'way at Leonard Street, Rm W220
Doors open at 6:00PM, panel at 6:30PM.
Admission: $7 Adults/ $3 Seniors/Students $ 3 (proper ID please)

ATOA  is the art world's longest running and most prolific aesthetic panel discussion series.

Organized in 1974, the series has presented over 6,000 artists in more than 1,500 events.

Artist-in-Residence at the Bemis Center

Few programs exist either on the national or international level where the sole mission is to support the creativity of artists. From the beginning, the art-making process has been the highest priority at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, where both the atmosphere and environment offer ideal situations for creative growth and experimentation. Artists from around the world come to the Bemis Center to work in this supportive community and confront new challenges.

The Bemis Center provides Artists-in-Residence with the gift of time, space and support.

TIME 3 months of uninterrupted, self-directed work time.
SPACE The Bemis Center is housed in two urban warehouses totaling 110,000 square feet. Each artist is provided with a generously sized live/work studio with a private kitchen and bathroom and 24 hour access to
facilities including a wood shop, installation spaces, and 10,000 square foot sculpture facility.
SUPPORT $750 monthly stipend.

JULY 2014 - DECEMBER 2014
Application Deadline: September 30, 2013

Read more

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

The Recent Graduate Residency Program at Brooklyn Art Space

Recent Graduate Residency: The Recent Graduate Residency Program is aimed at helping recent BFA and MFA graduates find a foothold in the art world after leaving school. Recent Graduate Residents are provided with five to seven months of reduced rate membership ($175 per month), and inclusion in Trestle’s annual Introductions exhibition. Participants will receive all benefits of the Open Studio membership, and an additional monthly career advisory meeting. To be eligible the artist must have graduated within the past two years. For more information and application instructions, go to

New Semi-Private Studio Spaces at Brooklyn Art Space

Brooklyn Art Space is an arts organization in Gowanus, Brooklyn that offers affordable studio space, workshops, artist residencies, and opportunities to show work at the adjacent Trestle Gallery.  Current students and recent graduates may be interested in the following opportunities at BAS: New Semi-Private Studio Spaces: BAS is pleased to announce the availability of 11 new semi-private studio spaces in our recently opened 3rd Avenue location.  Starting at $350/month, these studios are an affordable option for recent art school graduates and young artists working on a budget.  For more information and to schedule a tour of the space, go to   

Monday, September 9, 2013

Artsnapper’s Artist Submission Contest

Artsnapper is holding an artist submission contest. Enter and you have a chance to win:
1) A group show in a gallery in Williamsburg (
2) A featured article on the Artsnapper Blog
3) A video interview also featured on the Artsnapper Blog
Read more here.
holding an artist submission contest. Enter and you have a chance to win:
1) A group show in a gallery in Williamsburg (
2) A featured article on the Artsnapper Blog
3) A video interview also featured on the Artsnapper Blog
- See more at:
holding an artist submission contest. Enter and you have a chance to win:
1) A group show in a gallery in Williamsburg (
2) A featured article on the Artsnapper Blog
3) A video interview also featured on the Artsnapper Blog
- See more at:

Alumni Critiques at the New York Academy of Art - Monday, September 16

New York Academy of Art Alumni - JOIN US!
Monday, September 16
New York Academy of Art, Room 101

6:30pm – Greet and Eat (Refreshments provided)
7-8:30pm – Alumni Critique
A fantastic opportunity to catch up with your fellow Alumni and get some great feedback.
Please bring current work or images of your work on a jump drive – we will have a computer and projector set up.
If you think you can make it, drop us a note (
Hope to see you there!

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

The League Residency at Vyt

Need to build a body of work? 
Need to expand your studio space for a big project? 
Want to have access to NYC to go to museums, or make contacts? 
Merit Scholarships available!
See more at:
The League Residency at Vyt provides support to emerging, established, and teaching artists by bringing them together with masters and colleagues for intensive focus through an international residency program. Enabling artists to focus on creating artwork for an extended period of time (one to two months), the residency offers living and studio space in a spacious, wooded setting just 24 miles north of the cultural center of New York. 
Affectionately known as “Vyt,” the property and funding was a gift from the family of Modernist artist and League instructor Vaclav Vytlacil. Hosting ongoing critiques, Open Studios, exhibitions and workshops, Vyt enables residents to craft their own mix of focused work, community with fellow residents, one-on-one mentoring from critics, and inspiration from the surrounding environment.
  • Single private bedroom
  • Pastoral 15-acre campus nestled in the scenic lower Hudson Valley
  • Access to public transportation to New York City 
  • Surrounded by historic and natural attractions (near Nyack, Piermont, Bear Mountain, Storm King)
  • Communal lunch provided weekly
  • Fresh, free-range eggs!
  • Scheduled weekly runs for groceries/supplies
  • 24/7 access to private and shared studio spaces
  • Specialized equipment such as ceramic kilns, forging, and welding
  • An extensive art library, Wi-Fi internet, and reading room
  • Open Studio event
  • Group gallery-hopping trip, and Museum trip to Dia:Beacon, Storm King Art Center or New York City arts institution
  • Transportation to from Vytlacil is not included. 
  • Art supplies are not covered as part of the residency.  
For more information contact Charis Carmichael Braun (MFA 2008) at

Monday, August 26, 2013

Mini Workshops in Paris

Mini Workshops in Paris
Saturday September, 21 & Sunday September 22

Sketching at the Louvre Museum, Paris
Saturday, September 21
9:30 am- 12:30 pm
Meeting outside the pyramid (Richelieu entrance) at 9:00am
$125.00 (does not include museum admission)

Watercolor Sketching at Monet’s Giverny
Sunday, September 22
10:30am- 1:30 pm
Monet's house and gardens at Giverny are an artist's dream. Learn the art of on the spot watercolor sketching to capture this impressionist painter's paradise.  Instruction will be via demonstration followed by one on one individual instruction.  Fill your travel sketchbook/journal with colorful, lively sketches of Monet’s home and gardens.
Both Elizabeth and Margaret are professional painters and hold MFA's in painting. They teach watercolor sketching abroad in Morocco and both teach privately in their own studios and locally in Rhode Island and Ontario. Please join them for these fun mini workshops in beautiful Paris and Giverny. All are welcome and no experience is necessary.
For more information, a materials list and to register please email:
* materials kits are available for purchase.




Call to Artists - 30SPACES

Six Summit Gallery, host of the extremely successful 30Rooms in Chelsea brings the show to the Lower East Side at the multi-dimensional space in the exquisite
Hotel Chantelle
92 Ludlow Street
New York, NY 10002
Tues September 17th 6:30-10:30

DEADLINE for submission Sept 7 (payment Sept 6)

3 floors: Rooftop, Lounge and Main area will provide another beautiful environment for another diverse show. JAZZ band Dandy Wellington will perform on the roof and there will be drink and wine specials and more music in the lounge.


ELIGIBLE WORK: This show is open to all artists regardless of place of residence. Oil, water color, pastel, acrylic, mixed media,charcoal,metal point,graphite, photography and most others OK Performance ok. SUBMISSIONS: All work will be judged by email entry via You MUST write 30Spaces SUBMISSION: [YOUR NAME]” IN THE SUBJECT OF EMAIL. YOUR NAME MUST BE THE SAME ON YOUR CREDIT/DEBIT CARD Example: Subject: 30Spaces SUBMISSION: John Doe. Files must be in .jpg format, 300 dpi, max 900 pixels in any dimension. File name should correspond to the title of the piece. PUT title, medium, artist, price, and size as jpeg file extension name!

Note: The Show Committee reserves the right to disallow the exhibition of any work which, in the opinion of the Committee, is considered detrimental to the good public image of the show and its sponsors, which is too fragile to handle, or which is not accurately represented by the photo submitted. Space will be about 7 feet wide and ceiling or sky high. The areas are not perfect lines so we hope you will be courteous and help each other out and work with each other. You are required to leave your space exactly how you found it (no holes in walls etc). Six Summit Gallery is a fully insured and secured gallery, however, its officers or agents are not responsible for loss or damage of any kind. We reserve the right to photograph work or use submitted images for publicity. Submission fee is $40. This is a juried show by Six Summit Gallery and Committee. You are not guaranteed acceptance and may only be notified upon acceptance. Easily click on online store and go to ONLINE STORE-EVENTS SUBMISSION section and choose appropriate ITEM that corresponds to your dollar amount (40). Artists receive 80% of sold work. Transactions can take place all night. Delivery is day September 17th starting at 10:00AM. All work must be up by 6:00PM and must be taken out that evening. You are not required to stay the entire time and may stay until closing. SOME artists MAY be REQUIRED to bring EASELS. Please let us know if you are able when you submit work. You will not be considered for show unless fee accompanies submission. GOOD LUCK!

2014 Rome Prize - Applications Now Being Accepted

The American Academy in Rome is now accepting applications for the 2014 Rome Prize.

Each year, through a national juried competition, the Rome Prize is awarded to about thirty emerging artists and scholars working in the following categories:

Historic Preservation and Conservation
Landscape Architecture
Musical Composition
Visual Arts
Ancient Studies
Medieval Studies
Renaissance and Early Modern Studies
Modern Italian Studies

Rome Prize winners are provided with room and board, a study or studio, and a stipend of $28,000 for 11-month winners and $16,000 for 6-month winners.

For more information and to apply, please visit the Academy website at

The deadline for applications is November 1, 2013.