BRIC, a nonprofit arts and media organization located in Downtown Brooklyn, is gearing up for a busy summer full of innovative programming. BRIC will present Look up here, I’m in heaven, a group exhibition of four artists highlighting the use of unconventional portraiture to question how identity is constructed.
Light City Baltimore, a Festival of Light, Music, and Innovation, Seeks Visual Artists for 2017
Are you a visual artist working in the medium of light? Light City Baltimore, the first large-scale, international light festival in the US, invites artists to apply to have an illuminated artwork featured in the second year of Baltimore’s landmark festival, taking place Friday, March 31 through Saturday, April 8, 2017.
Discover Herb Ritts’s Intimate Portraits of Bowie, Prince, and Other Music Icons at Chrysler Museum of Art
Visitors will get a peek behind the photographer’s process, viewing his contact sheets marked with red pencil edits. His forays into music video direction – including videos for Madonna, Janet Jackson and Chris Isaak – are also explored in the show.
MICA’s Studio Art MFA Exhibition Opens in Baltimore
Working in a broad range of painting, sculpture, textile, photography, performance, and video work, the exhibition features Lindsey Bailey, Jacqueline Bishop, Howard el-Yasin, Suzy Kopf, Kirk Daniel Palmer, Georgeann Schellenger, and Azucena Trejo Williams.
Two Weeks, Two Art World Centers: Earn an Art and Business Executive Certificate in Bilbao and New York
The NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, Deusto Business School (University of Deusto, Spain), and the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao jointly present the International Leadership Program in Visual Arts Management (ILPVAM), a unique executive certificate program for visual arts administrators.
Birmingham Museum of Art’s New Site-Specific Commissions Launch with Bethany Collins
In her new mixed-media installation ‘The Problem We All Live With’ at the Birmingham Museum of Art, Chicago-based artist Bethany Collins brings attention to the absence of local media coverage during some of the most brutal episodes of The Civil Rights Movement.
What You’ll Find at the SVA Makers Market
The inaugural SVA Makers Market celebrates the entrepreneurial, do-it-yourself spirit of SVA’s alumni community and features over 50 SVA vendors selling apparel, accessories and jewelry; furniture, decorative objects and housewares; and stationery and self-published books, magazines and comics.
Goethe-Institut Honors the Art of Translation, Awards Juried Prizes for German Translations
The Goethe-Institut, Germany’s cultural institute operating worldwide with 160 branches in 94 countries, is pleased to announce the 2016 recipients for its annual North American translation prizes.
Explore Digital Storytelling at SVA with the MFA Visual Narrative’s Upcoming Exhibition
During their first spring semester, students create an original digital short story as both author and artist. The results are on display at the annual show Digital Short Story: Small Bytes / Big Fiction, at SVA’s Flatiron Gallery.
Apply for Creative Residencies in Visual and Digital Arts at the Banff Centre
The Banff Artist in Residence program provides time and space for artists, curators, and arts professionals to create, research, experiment, and cultivate new directions in their work.
Exhibition Explores Mabel Dodge Luhan’s Artistic Impact on Taos and the US Southwest
Now, nearly a century after Mabel Dodge Luhan came to Taos, a new exhibition, American Moderns and the West, will explore the impact she had on the art, writings, and activism of 20th-century American Modernism.
The Lights of Paris, Seen Through the Eyes of the Impressionists and Their Contemporaries
Bruce Museum’s ‘Electric Paris’ features approximately fifty paintings, photographs, and drawings that explore the influence of artificial lighting on the Impressionists and their contemporaries. Expect a mix of European and American masters: Edgar Degas and Mary Cassatt, John Singer Sargent and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, among many more.