June 1, 2013
Artists of all media are invited to create functional and not so functional pieces of Wearable art for the one-of-a-kind runway fashion show to be held Saturday June 1 at the Ocean Shores Convention Center. This year’s theme is “The Twilight Zone” and artists are encouraged but not required to create pieces along the “Twilight Zone” theme. The theme is used to stage the Wearable Art Show but not intended to limit entries.
Space in the show is limited so you are encouraged to submit your entry form early. All artists and models must be 18 years of age or older. Additional information and entry forms are available online at: www.beachfairyevents.com or at the Ocean Shores Convention Center Visitors Bureau. The event will take place June 1st in Ocean Shores, WA.
Contact Eric Bjella with any questions: Eric.firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-589-6861.
July 1, 2013
Artists invited to apply for Anchorage Museum’s ‘Earth, Fire & Fibre’ exhibition
Application deadline is July 1
The Anchorage Museum is accepting submissions until July 1 for “Earth, Fire & Fibre XXIV.” This popular, biennial juried art exhibition was established to encourage Alaska artists to create new works in traditional craft materials such as fibre, clay and wood. This year’s juror is Andrew Glasgow, retired executive director of the American Craft Council. Artworks are chosen based on an artist’s superb skill and forward-thinking concepts. The winner of the Juror’s Choice Award receives a $1,000 prize. “Earth, Fire & Fibre” opens Oct. 6 and is on view through Jan. 5, 2014 at the Anchorage Museum. After it closes in Anchorage, the exhibition will tour the state for one year.
Interested artists can learn more and apply at callforentry.org. Contact: Sarah Henning (907) 929-9231 (w) (907) 250-3352 (c) email@example.com, Janet Asaro (907) 929-9229 (w) (907) 351-5053 (c) firstname.lastname@example.org
July 26, 2013
2013 Classics a’la Carte
Deadline: July 15, 2013
Seeking solos, duets and small ensembles (vocal and/or instrumental) for the 3rd Annual Classics a’la Carte Concert to benefit the Ketchikan Performing Arts Center. The concert will be July 26th at Holy Name. Musicians may practice at their own pace, but are expected to bring a polished set to the dress rehearsal on July 25th. Time constraints are dependent on the turnout, but less than 10 minutes is normally the rule. A wide variety of music from Baroque to Modern Classical and all ages of accomplished musicians are welcome. For more information or offers to help behind the scenes with set-up or publicity, email Lallette Kistler at email@example.com or call 617-0520 and leave a message.