Calls for Entries
These notices, listed chronologically by due date, are provided as a service to the sponsoring organizations. Placement herein should not be considered endorsement of or promotion by the Southeastern Minnesota Arts Council.
Jerome Emerging Printmakers Residency
Highpoint Center for Printmaking
Submission deadline Monday, July 15
Highpoint Center for Printmaking is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the art of printmaking. Highpoint is pleased to announce three printmaking residencies for emerging artists beginning in September 2019.
Forecast Public Art
Bridgewater Bank RFQ
submission deadline Monday, August 12
Forecast is facilitating a selection process for an artist to work on a public artwork at Bridgewater Bank's new headquarters in St. Louis Park, MN. The RFQ includes information about eligibility, timeline, budget, and more. Applicants must be experienced visual artists or artist-lead teams residing in the state of Minnesota, and must demonstrate their ability to execute a public art project of this scale and budget. Please direct any questions to Tricia Heuring: firstname.lastname@example.org
Minnetonka Center for the Arts
Arts of the Holidays Show & Sale
submission deadline Friday, September 13
Minnetonka Center for the Arts issues a call for artists for their 2019 Arts of the Holidays Show & Sale. The event runs November 13 through December 21. All details can be found on their website (click here).
Arts Administration Internship
Franconia Sculpture Park
Applications accepted on a rolling basis
Franconia Sculpture Park's Arts Administration Internship provides 'hands-on' immersion in the daily operations of a progressive arts organization located in the scenic St. Croix River Valley, 45 miles NE of Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN, USA. Franconia provides residence and workspace to emerging and established artists in a 43-acre sculpture park. There are two different types of administrative interns. Program interns will support Franconia’s education & public programing. The Development intern will work directly with the development manager to support fundraising campaigns. Both interns work closely with Franconia’s staff so interns have a rare opportunity to be immersed in many types of projects and work experiences.
This type of internship is best suited for those interested in exploring public art, museum studies, arts administration, or nonprofit management careers. Primary responsibilities include assisting staff with day-to-day operations of the artist and education programs and may include helping with research; social networking outreach; marketing and publicity; graphic/web design; photography; database management; and assisting with activities that help promote Franconia and enhance public participation.
Arts Administration Internships are unpaid and last two to four months. This internship is flexible and can be scheduled to accommodate other commitments and varying time frames. We require a commitment of at least 16 hours a week for locally based interns who commute to Franconia. Interns who stay in residence at Franconia (free room & board) contribute at least 35 hours per week. Franconia agrees to work with the intern to fulfill any necessary academic requirements and address any identified learning goals/objectives. For complete details and application instructions, visit Franconia's website: http://www.franconia.org/artsadmin.html
Contact Amber White with questions: email@example.com (651) 257-6668