The Jean-Claude Reynal Foundation, under the auspices of the Foundation of France, in collaboration with the Fine Arts School of Bordeaux, offers an annual grant of 10,000 euros to enable a young artist, who works directly on paper, to travel to a country of his/her choice for a period of 6 months maximum.
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Beautiful Art Studio For Rent-Great for Painters: For more pictures click here.
Oct 1st for approx 8 months
Size: 700 square feet peaceful studio with private perennial garden
Great natural light, great white walls
Very clean space, white floors, 100% private, quiet and secure, well kept building
Location: Long Island City-1 minute walk to first stop in Queens, Vernon-Jackson Stop, 2 minutes to B 62 Williamsburg/Red Hook bus, 8-10 minutes walk to E, V or G train
Private in the studio: slop sink, new shower, and toilet (you share only the toilet with one other studio)
Utilities and free internet
work table 36" x 72"
rolling storage cart 24” x 48”, with 3 shelves
assorted chairs and stools
Labels: SPACE AVAILABLE
By authority of the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, the Kate Neal Kinley Memorial Fellowship Committee announces the seventy-ninth annual competition for the Kate Neal Kinley Memorial Fellowships for 2010-2011.
Three major Fellowships will be awarded, one of approximately $20,000 in any field of music; one of approximately $20,000 in architectural design and history, art and design, theatre, dance, or instrumental or vocal music; and one of approximately $9,000 in art, architecture, dance, landscape architecture, theatre, or urban and regional planning. Up to three additional Fellowships of lesser amounts may also be granted upon Committee recommendations. The Fellowships are to be used by the recipients toward defraying the expenses of advanced study in America or abroad.
Artists for Africa Intern
with African Rainforest Conservancy
Based in New York City, the African Rainforest Conservancy (ARC) works closely with its field partner the Tanzania Forest Conservation Group (TFCG) to support a network of 146 villages in eight mountain and coastal regions throughout Tanzania that are protecting 250,000 acres of forest – an area over 300 times New York’s Central Park. With a focus on grassroots conservation and community development, current projects include tree planting, fuel-efficient cook stoves, environmental education, and alternative income generation.
The ideal candidate will be a recent college graduate or current undergraduate/graduate student with a strong interest in contributing to ARC’s overall mission. This is a part-time unpaid internship, requiring an average of 10-15 hours a week. A travel stipend to cover local transportation costs will be provided. Some work can be done off site and outside of normal business hours. We are looking for someone to start in late September and stay with us through February 2012 (exact dates and hours are flexible).
Winston Wächter Fine Art is pleased to offer an internship to a qualified student
interested in receiving school credit. The gallery seeks a detail oriented, reliable
and enthusiastic person. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about the
contemporary art world and the operations of a New York City gallery.
Tasks will include, but will not be limited to: Administrative duties, general
operations, and research and gallery projects. Good phone etiquette and people
skills are a must. Applicants must be responsible, strong at problem solving,
display organizational skills and be proficient with Mac computers. An interest
and or background in Contemporary Art is preferred.
The internship would be a commitment of preferably 2-3 days a week with the
availability of Saturday gallery hours required. This position is unpaid, however
students seeking course credit are strongly encouraged to apply.
Please email resume/CV and a brief cover letter to:
Please note in the subject line: Internship Position