Artists Apply Now to Bemis Residency. Artists Receive Stipend + Support.

The Bemis Center is accepting applications for 3 month residencies featuring $750 monthly stipends, staff support, generously sized live/work studios and 24 hour access to facilities.
The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, recently ranked as “[one of the] Top 10 Residency Programs Around the Globe” by Artinfo, makes every effort to support artists in their practice by making the art-making process the highest priority amid an atmosphere and environment ideal for creative growth and experimentation. Artists from around the world come to the Bemis Center to receive time, space and support for their work.
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 bathroom and 24 hour access to facilities including a wood shop, installation spaces, and 10,000 square foot sculpture facility.
SUPPORT Resident artists receive a $750 monthly stipend and an unparalleled level of assistance from expert staff.
Applications are due September 30th.
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Julian Schnabel Opens New Exhibition Space

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English: Palazzo Chupi in New York City

English: Palazzo Chupi in New York City (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Today, June 18th,  Julian Schnabel opens an exhibition space on the ground floor of his West Village home, Palazzo Chupi. The exhibition space is called Casa del Popolo.

According to Casa del Popolo’s website, it is a “community exhibition space. http://www.foundationcasadelpopolo.org/about/

Be Part of the Constantly Consuming Culture Art Show Now Nearly Funded

Space may be available in the show he is producing, says Patrick Ogle,who is planning a series of art exhibits in Chicago and Miami

“Also here is an interview with me going into more detail on what this is?”  bit.ly/11bao6d  “I really need help with the last push!”

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His Kickstarter project is nearly funded  kck.st/18pQFpe  Patrick says, ” it is my kickstarter for an art show sponsored by my website.”

http://youtu.be/hKgVav1Ugfw

Submissions for Sweet ‘Art’s Summer Show opening soon

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Call for Submissions to the Sweet ‘Art’s Summer Show will be opening soon.

If you are interested in being involved in future shows please send your CV and 3 high res jpegs of your work now. You will find the contact information on their site http://wearesweetart.com

 

Supadupa Online Boutique

Supadupa @ Handmade Parade

Supadupa @ Handmade Parade (Photo credit: Amber Karnes)

A few days ago, I received an email containing a link and an invitation to sign up to promote my services. I followed the link– and before I could even see the site style or what others were promoting to get a sense of it, they required my credit card information. I’m not going to do that. That’s old school.

The Supadupa site allows you to try their site before committing to any form of payment. Why would you want to do it any other way?

On Supadupa  you set up your online boutique free, no credit card required. Once you get your shop going, then there are upgrades options for expansion. Supadupa is all about handmade everything!

Perhaps you have art pieces that fit Supadupa, and opening a free boutique on the site will bring you in contact with a new market for your work. Have a look.

PERKS FOR ARTISTS: One Quarter To Our Goal (ALMOST!)

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Ever since launching my blog on February 3, 2009, it has been my goal to provide artist-readers with news and information they can use to enhance their art careers. I have already invested thousands of hours into the task of keeping Artist Marketing Resources alive with active and current information and resources for you the artist, and the Artist Marketing Resources blog now has over 20,600 followers.

Here is your way to support this blog in return + receive promotions of your art and website–DONATIONS WITH PERKS!

Perks for Artists

Perks for artists! Get your website or blog link on the side bar of the Artist Marketing Resources blog homepage. Get a dedicated blog post about you and your art! And more. How?

Donate $10. and we will add your website link to our homepage sidebar, where it will stay for a full year or longer.

Donate $25. and we will add your link to our homepage sidebar, plus post a short blog post including one jpeg image that you provide, along with your website link. This is better than paid ads since our blog posts remain up forever and are included in Google search engine results + blog posts auto-feed into our LinkedIn group Artist Marketing Resources, which has over 2 thousand member artists and art professionals.

Donate $50. and will add your link to our homepage sidebar, and we will write a full blog post with to 3-5 jpeg images and one or more links. Your blog post will auto-feed into our LinkedIn group Artist Marketing Resources, which has over 2,000 member artists and art professionals.

Donate $100. or more and will add your link to our homepage sidebar, plus post a short blog post including one jpeg image that you provide, along with your website link.and we will write two full blog post with to 3-5 jpeg images and one or more links. Blog posts auto-feed into our LinkedIn group Artist Marketing Resources, which has over 2 thousand member artists and art professionals. Plus we will share each blog post on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest where we have several thousand followers on each platform.

 How to get these great perks? Make a donation here : http://artistmarketingresources.webs.com/apps/donations/

Andy Mars Altered Reality Photo Art

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This is my latest Technorati article– published this morning–

Article first published as Andy Mars: Altered Reality Photo-Art on Technorati.

I enjoyed working with Andy Mars for the article on a series of subway distortion photographs she creatively turned into original one-of-a-kind artworks as well as a self-published book project.