Friday, May 3, 2013

A Studio in the Woods - Residency in New Orleans, LA

Please click HERE for the Call to Artists for the 2013-2014 season, the deadline is May 17, 2013. Join our mailing list for the most up to date information about all of our programming: Click here to receive ASITW’s eNewsletters

Selection Process
A multidisciplinary jury will judge proposals on the following criteria:
· The creativeness and integrity of the proposal
· Incorporation of the arts and other disciplines
· Evidence of previous exploration of environmental topics
· Creative use of ASITW resources including its natural environment and proximity to the Mississippi River
· Harmony of purpose with the ASITW mission to protect and preserve its bottomland hardwood forest
· The proposal’s public component and its depth of engagement with the community
· Please note that the fragile environment poses restrictions to what can happen on site. We ask that proposals moderate the number of visitors, penetration of the woods, and use of natural found materials.

Artist Eligibility
Visual, musician/composing, performance, literary, new media, and interdisciplinary artists. Both established and emerging artists are encouraged to apply, but a rigorous work ethic and demonstrated commitment to environmental issues are expected. Students are not eligible.

Call for Work - Crest Hardware Art Show

The 2013 CHAS Call To Artists is officially out & we are currently taking applicants. We cant wait to see what amazing things everyone comes up with this year. To view the rules & regulations and download the submission form click HERE  

C.H.A.S. is a unique experience appealing to a broad range of patrons while exhibiting numerous artistic mediums. The ideas and concepts in the art show are rendered on multiple creative levels, allowing for an accessible experience and journey throughout the 10,000+ square feet of indoor and outdoor retail space. Crest Hardware is retooled into a recognized art gallery over the summer, in 2012 281 pieces were showcased. This year will proudly mark the 12th anniversary of the C.H.A.S.

Garden Residency from Sewing Seeds

Sewing Seeds is proud to introduce the Garden Residency this season. The Garden Residency will grant one artist or designer the opportunity to develop an art project for the Natural Dye garden during the month of August.
The Natural Dye garden is located on Bergen Street, in a previously abandoned lot, occupying 800 square feet with a variety of dyeing plants. The Natural Dye garden is a community space, open for all, that acts simultaneously as a resource for information on natural dyes and as a leisure space. The Garden will host the Residency and serve both as working space and exhibition venue.
We encourage artists and designers to submit projects proposals that integrate the garden space, Sewing Seeds mission, natural dyes, and promote community engagement and interactivity.
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Open Call for Arists: Design our Delancey Street Plaza Fences

Want to have your work seen by 200,000 sets of eyes on a daily basis? Well then, you’ve come to the right place! From now until May 1, 2013, we are looking for creative types to design proposals for an installation that pays tribute to our beloved Lower East Side. We have teamed up with as a resource for people to submit their proposals. Submit your proposals HERE. (More info here.)

Designer - Creative Soldier

Creative Soldier is a growing multimedia-advertising agency based out of Cedarhurst, Long Island that is looking to hire an energetic designer who’s able to turn around a wide variety of projects at lightning-speed. Our Graphic Designer will work on everything from marketing promotions, online acquisition creative, email banner content, editorial compositions and print collateral. Some of our clients include Extell, Trump, Two Trees and Cushman & Wakefield just to name a few. This is a fulltime position and requires daily commute to our office in Long Island.

Required knowledge:
·  Strong writing, verbal and interpersonal skills
·  Ability to generate multiple and distinct design concepts and to self-edit your own work
·  Ability to present your work and the work of others in a well-articulated, professional manner
·  The ability to work in many different styles
·  Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines within short time frames
·  Strong organizational and time management skills
·  Working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign (OS X)

Minimum Requirements
·  BFA in graphic design or related field
·  1 to 3 years experience working in a design firm or in-house design department
·  Demonstrate ability in the following areas:  Web Design (UI and content, but not necessarily code), and strategic problem-solving.
·  Range and versatility – the ability to work in multiple styles is essential
·  Must be well versed at working within a group environment, collaborating with other designers and acting diplomatically with non-designers

Please email your resume and portfolio to


The Art Students League of New York
241 Kings Highway, PO Box 357, Sparkill, NY 10976
tel: 845-359-1263 fax: 845-398-0634

Vytlacil Artist-in-Residence Program
·       Need a place to work after graduation?
·       Need to expand your studio space for a big project?
·       Want to get out of the City – and work on your art – at the same time?
·       (Need to get back IN to the City from time to time?)
·       Merit Scholarships are available.

Located just south of picturesque Nyack, New York, the Vytlacil Artist-in-Residence Program provides support to working artists in a spacious, pastoral setting only 20 miles north of Manhattan. Enabling artists to focus on creating artwork for an extended period of time (one to two months), the residency offers living and studio space, equipment, accessible proximity to New York City, and one-on-one mentoring and critiques in a wooded setting. See more at:

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. At the end of their residency, artists may participate in “Open Studio” sessions, a chance to share their work with the public and Art Students League’s extensive community.  Click here for application information.

The residency 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 for people working in mediums needing a bronze furnace, kiln, forging, and welding studio
·       access to our facilities including an extensive art library, Wi-Fi internet
·       mentoring & critiques by professional, working artists-instructors from the Art Students League of New York
·       "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, especially Academy students and alumni!

Transportation to Vytlacil Campus is not included. Art supplies are not covered as part of the residency.  For more information contact us at (845) 359-1263 or by email at

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Professor of Foundation Studies

A strong foundation is integral to academic and artistic success, and the SCAD foundation studies program prepares students to work and communicate across creative professions. Join the team that supports this mission as a full-time foundation studies professor at SCAD Hong Kong in Fall 2013. Qualified candidates should have the terminal degree in fine art or another related art and design field.

Successful candidates will teach first-year students in classes including basic drawing through life drawing, drawing for design, 2-D design, 3-D design, 4-D design and color theory.

Preference will be given to candidates with college-level teaching experience, proven leadership skills and ability to work with students of diverse backgrounds.

Courses of study are registered with the Hong Kong Education Bureau, registration numbers: 261958-261971 and 262196-262202. It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognize any qualification to which these courses may lead.

For complete submission requirements, please visit our website using the URL provided and follow application instructions.

Should you have questions regarding your application, you may submit an email to Human Resources at

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