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OCTOBER 2009
 

Welcome to e-Prairie Arts! This electronic newsletter supplements our printed newsletter, Prairie Arts, which is published 3 times per year. e-Prairie Arts will be distributed during the months of February, March, April, June, July, August, October, November and December. If you know of anyone else who would like to receive e-Prairie Arts, please e-mail comserv@nd.gov. Or if you wish to unsubscribe, send an e-mail to comserv@nd.gov as well.

 
STATEWIDE NEWS
 

NDCA Grant Deadlines Approaching
Application deadline dates for the North Dakota Council on the Arts (NDCA) grant programs are approaching. Artist-in-Residence, Community Arts Access and Teacher Incentive grants must be submitted, via NDCA’s online grant system, by November 1, 2009, for programs taking place between January 1 and June 30, 2010. The grant application draft review deadline for these programs is October 15, 2009. Early submission is strongly encouraged for all programs. To access NDCA’s online grant system please visit: http://northdakota.cgweb.org. Also, a reminder that the Professional Development and Special Projects grant applications are accepted throughout the year, but must be submitted no later than four (4) weeks prior to the start of the event. Early submission of applications is recommended since grant funds are limited and applications are reviewed on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you have questions or concerns regarding NDCA’s online grant system, or would like additional information, contact the North Dakota Council on the Arts at (701) 328-7590; e-mail amschmid@nd.gov; or visit NDCA’s web site at: http://www.nd.gov/arts/grants/grant.html. Please note the Institutional Support guidelines will be available mid-October.

Governor Hoeven Proclaims October Arts & Humanities Month in North Dakota
Governor John Hoeven has declared October 2009 as Arts and Humanities Month for the state of North Dakota. This came by way of an official proclamation from his office, which recognized that “the arts and humanities enhance and enrich the lives of all citizens; and affect every aspect of life in America today including the economy, social problem solving, job creation, education, creativity, and community livability.”

Grand Forks Artist’s Works Exhibited in Offices of the Governor and First Lady
Chuck Kimmerle’s works will be featured in the offices of the Governor, First Lady and the Attorney General during the months of October, November and December 2009. Chuck Kimmerle, born and raised in Minnesota, has been a photographer for more than 20 years. His career began as a photojournalist working at newspapers in Minnesota, Pennsylvania and North Dakota, followed by his current position as staff photographer at the University of North Dakota, a position he has held since 2000. During this career span, his work has been recognized both locally and nationally. While a photojournalist he was named photographer of year in both Minnesota and in North Dakota. He, along with fellow photo staff members at the Grand Forks Herald, was honored as a finalist for the spot news Pulitzer Prize in 1998 and, as a university photographer, was named university photographer of the year four times in five years.

CulturePulse Southwest ND Scheduled to Launch October 1st
CulturePulse Southwest ND, hosted by High Prairie Arts and Science Complex, is gaining momentum at exponential speed. The idea is to launch a site that encompasses all the amazing cultural activity brewing in the southwest quadrant of the state. It’s a one stop shop for locating all the shows, exhibits and special events in the area. After spring discussions involving many local arts groups and a healthy roundtable meeting of statewide CulturePulse representatives, Bismarck got to work. Expert web consultant Scott Wild of Wild Inspire, has created automatic feeds to many social networks like YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. As a result, artists will find their own websites much higher on Google searches, and will receive a greater amount of traffic through the links CulturePulse Southwest provides with every event entry. A formal launch is planned for October 1, 2009. High Prairie’s launch of CulturePulse Southwest is possible through the support of North Dakota Council on the Arts and the Bismarck Parks & Recreation District. Call or email Jennifer at jhaaland@bisparks.org, (701) 471-9492, for inquiries about CulturePulse Southwest.

Call for Ornaments for the State Tree, Lighting Ceremony Set for December 3, 2009
The North Dakota Council on the Arts invites artists and craftspeople to provide handmade ornaments for the North Dakota State Christmas Tree. The tree will be on display in the Memorial Hall of the State Capitol building in Bismarck. It will be lit during a public ceremony conducted by the Governor and Mrs. Hoeven on Thursday, December 3, 2009 (tentative). Submitted ornaments can vary from traditional to contemporary arts. Items that are commercially produced or made from kits are not eligible for inclusion. This is a great art project for elementary classes, Scout troops, 4-H clubs, residents of assisted living centers, etc., as well as a great family project. The theme is open and can be of the designer’s choosing. Each ornament should include a brief one, or two line description of the ornament (naming the art form used, or the special circumstances through which it was created - such as through a class or senior center project). Also include the name of the individual artist/craftsperson who created it. A descriptive listing will be available at the ceremony and will be mailed to everyone who submits an ornament. Ornaments must be received in the NDCA office no later than Friday, November 20, 2009. All ornaments become the property of the NDCA and will be hung on the state tree each ensuing year. Mail ornaments to: North Dakota Council on the Arts, 1600 East Century Ave, Ste. 6, Bismarck, ND 58503-0649.

The North Dakota Council on the Arts Announces the Third Annual Special Edition Ornament
NDCA announces their third annual Special Edition Ornament which will be available for purchase mid-November, 2009. Alfred Jason Lindell, the owner and operator of Sundog Glass Design in Park River, was commissioned by NDCA to create a one-of-a-kind, fused-glass ornament. This ornament offers a unique opportunity to purchase a special, hand-made Christmas decoration and/or gift, while investing in the arts across the state. Limited quantities will be available for $25.00 (includes gift box). Proceeds benefit the ND Cultural Endowment Fund, which was created by the State Legislature in 1979 to assist NDCA in providing artistic opportunities for citizens throughout the state of North Dakota. For more information, or if you would like to purchase a Special Edition Ornament, please call 328-7590. Images of the ornament will be available November 1.

MSU NOTSTOCK, a Three-day Art & Music Festival
MSU NOTSTOCK, in its third-year, plans to rock the Beaver Dam at Minot State University October 21-23, as five popular artists and 20-plus local bands converge to offer a unique art and music experience. Minot State will host nationally-known rock poster artists and designers Art Chantry, a pillar in music poster history and graphic design; Jeff Johnson, designer and owner of SPUNK DESIGN MACHINE in Minneapolis; Miss Amy Jo and Tooth of WHO MADE WHO in Minneapolis; and Minneapolis-based printmaker extraordinaire, Bjorn. Along with three days of producing posters, screening on t-shirts and skateboard decks, the artists will be joined by over 20 of the hottest modern, alternative and local rock bands. In addition, there will be a presentation by Jeff Johnson at 7:00pm on Wednesday evening in the Student Union Conference Center and a presentation by Art Chantry at 7:00pm on Thursday night in the Student Union Conference Center. Live music from local bands will accompany the artists. Please visit www.msunotstock.org for a complete schedule, blog updates, and band lineup information. All parts of the three-day event, held throughout the Student Center on the campus of Minot State University, are free and open to the public. The artists will have posters for sale and will be available to sign other collected works.

Watercolor Seminar
Watercolor seminar featuring Black Hills, South Dakota artist Maryann Clarin (for more information on Maryann, visit www.clarinacresstudio.com). The seminar takes place October 10-11, 2009 from 9am to 4pm at the Underwood City Hall. All levels of ability. Starting supplies will be furnished. Bring your own supplies and/or buy additional supplies at the seminar. Several techniques will be used. Class fee: $60. Limited number of students. $30 non-refundable deposit required. Sign up by calling Vida Klocke at 442-3478, or e-mail klocke@westriv.com.

Save the Date for An Evening with Raymond Schroth, November 12
You are invited to join the partners in Read North Dakota as they spend an evening with Raymond Schroth, author of “The American Journey of Eric Sevareid,” Read North Dakota’s 2009 Featured Selection. The lecture, sponsored by Read North Dakota, takes place Thursday, November 12, 2009, at 7:00 p.m. at the North Dakota Heritage Center Auditorium in Bismarck. Read North Dakota is dedicated to celebrating and promoting literature created in and about North Dakota, for more information visit www.readnd.org.

Plains Art Museum Offers Educational Outreach Materials to Rural Schools in North Dakota and Minnesota
The Plains Art Museum is offering its educational outreach programming to under-served K through 12 teachers and students in rural regions and small towns in North Dakota and Minnesota for the 2009/10 school year. Outreach programs do not have booking or shipping fees. They include: PlainsArt Case program which features Native American Indian artist David Bradley’s newly commissioned original artworks along with curriculum materials and other teaching aids; and Learning Posters of artworks in the Museum’s collection for classroom use and display. Learning posters are a rich resource for the classroom that highlight the Museum’s permanent collection while providing curricula that meet National Standards for Arts Education. The programs may be booked by contacting Pam Jacobson, curator of outreach, at (701) 232-3821, ext. 127 or pjacobson@plainsart.org. Both outreach tools are carefully designed to be useful to schools and community groups in enhancing understanding and enjoyment of the arts, even where the services of an art teacher are not available. Online resources for teachers are also in development and are anticipated in early winter.

Jazz Arts Group Founder, Bob Anderson, Dies
Robert C. (Bob) Anderson was an active participant in the music entertainment business since 1943. Bob was born and raised in Fargo, graduated from Fargo Central High School, and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in music from Minnesota State University Moorhead. He began playing trumpet with area dance bands at the age of fifteen and toured with these territory bands throughout the Midwest. Bob switched to drums in the fall of 1948 and joined the WDAY staff orchestra in January 1949. Bob left WDAY in 1951 and moved to Chicago. In 1979 Bob returned to the Fargo-Moorhead area. In the mid 1980s Anderson began to research a new concept in big band jazz. This involved the creation of a repertory jazz orchestra as a 501 (c) (3) non profit performing arts organization much like that of area symphony orchestras. After five years of research, Anderson formed the Jazz Arts Group of Fargo Moorhead (JAG) in November 1991. Anderson was appointed Executive Director, and he has had the pleasure to watch JAG grow from a fledging arts organization into one of our area’s major cultural assets. In June 2002, Anderson received the Jazz Arts Lifetime Achievement award. Bob Anderson passed away early Saturday morning, August 29, 2009. His funeral was held Thursday, September 3rd at Christ the King Church in Moorhead. For more information on Bob Anderson, visit http://www.jazzartsfm.com/history/bob.html.

Sign Up for Your Free Duns & Bradstreet Number
Art organizations are encouraged to sign up for a free Duns & Bradstreet number, which allows your organization to be counted in national arts data. It takes 30 days to get a new DUNS number, apply at http://www.dnb.com.

Check Out These New Offering from TechSoup
TechSoup is announcing some great new offerings. Thanks to a new partnership with Flip Video, TechSoup has added the Flip Video Ultra U1120 pocket-sized digital camcorder to their catalog. You can use Flip Video to document your events or to tell your organization's story. Manage Fundraising and Donors with GiftWorks - Track and target donors, send mailings, pull reports, and do much more with GiftWorks 2010 Standard. The 2010 version offers the capacity to accept in-kind donations, enter batch contacts and donations, and merge duplicate donors. GiftWorks has also increased their budget restrictions, so now more organizations are eligible to request products.

Upcoming Training Opportunities for North Dakota Nonprofits
"Impact Institute Nonprofit Training and Resources" a leadership initiative for North Dakota Nonprofits. The Impact Foundation announced a statewide capacity-building initiative that will benefit nonprofit organizations across North Dakota. Assisted by a $2 million grant from the St. Paul, MN-based Bush Foundation, the Impact Leadership Institute will provide training, education and resources to increase nonprofit efficiency, reenergize nonprofit boards, improve communication strategies, increase revenues and diversify nonprofit funding streams. Impact estimates about 800 nonprofit executives, board members and staff will be trained through this initiative. Training sessions will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and the cost is $25.00 per person. A lists of training sessions is available via this link. To learn more and to register, visit www.impactgiveback.org.

 
NATIONAL NEWS
 

Possible NEA Funding at $170 Million
Both the House and Senate have passed their versions of the fiscal year 2010 Interior Appropriations Bill, including funds for the National Endowment for the Arts. The House bill allocates $170 million for the arts endowment in the coming year; the Senate would set the funding at $161.3 million, the same budget level proposed by President Obama. Current FY09 funding for the NEA is $150 million. The differences between the two bills will be worked out in negotiations by a House-Senate conference committee. If you are in favor of the increase, please contact your senators and representatives and urge them to set the NEA funding for 2010 at $170 million as proposed in the bill passed by the House. Reach your legislators in Congress by phone through the Capitol Switchboard at (202) 224-3121, or by email at http://www.congress.org/congressorg/directory/congdir.tt.

Two Anti-Arts Amendments Defeated in Senate
On Wednesday, September 16, the U.S. Senate voted on two amendments offered by Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) to the annual transportation appropriations bill. One amendment sought to prohibit any transportation spending on museums and the second was designed to terminate the federal contribution to the Transportation Enhancement (TE) program, which is a significant funder of public art, museum, and design projects nationally. Both amendments were soundly defeated. ~ Americans for the ArtsE-AdvocacyCenter

NEA ARTS Magazine
The newest issue of the NEA’s redesigned quarterly magazine includes feature articles, slideshows, and interviews focusing on the folk & traditional arts. The NEA ARTS Magazine is available at http://www.arts.gov/about/NEARTS/indexNew.html.

Engaging Audiences Report
The Wallace Foundation recently released Engaging Audiences, a report that examines the challenges facing arts organizations in the current economy and some of the creative ways organizations have found to overcome these challenges.
~ http://www.enewsbuilder.net/nasaanotes/e_article001529218.cfm?x=bg2WC9P,b8LGW82r

What Does a Sustainable Nonprofit Look Like?
The Sustainability Formula: How Nonprofit Organizations Can Thrive in the Emerging Economy summarizes the key characteristics of sustainable organizations, based on an examination of nearly 700 organizations by the TCC Group. The most crucial characteristics are effective leadership, financial and program adaptability, and program capacity. This report is based on information gathered through TCC Group’s Core Capacity Assessment Tool (CCAT), which assesses nonprofit effectiveness through the lens of four core capacities (adaptive, leadership, management, technical). This anonymous and confidential self-assessment provides both an analysis of users’ strengths as well as recommendations for future growth and change.
~ www.enewsbuilder.net/nasaanotes/e_article001508220.cfm?x=bfSQw68,b8LGW82r,w.

**NEW** Small Nonprofits Required to Complete 990-N
The Internal Revenue Service issued final regulations for small nonprofits that must file the 990-N e-postcard. Small nonprofits that had been exempt from filing a 990 form due to an annual gross of less than $25,000 are required to fill out the 990-N, which asks for basic information such as the name and address of the organization. These regulations have been in place since 2007 on a temporary basis, but they are now finalized. The IRS note clarified that local chapters of larger organizations need not fill out the form if they are listed as a subordinate on their parent group 990 form. The first e-Postcards were due in 2008 for tax years ending on or after Dec. 31, 2007. The e-Postcard is due every year by the 15th day of the 5th month after the close of the organization's tax year. For example, if the organization’s tax year ended on Dec. 31, 2008, the e-Postcard is due May 15, 2009. Organizations cannot file the e-Postcard until after their tax year ends. IRS Rules and regulations are available via this link.

Grant Funds Available for Arts in Healthcare Programs
Deadline: October 15, 2009. Johnson & Johnson, working in partnership with the Society for the Arts in Healthcare, seeks to promote the use of the arts to enhance the healthcare experience for patients, their families, and caregivers. From 2001–2009, grants have been provided to 117 programs in the United States and Canada representing leading models and initiatives in high-quality healthcare through the use of arts. Proposals are now being sought from healthcare and/or arts organizations that have established arts in healthcare programs with evidence of initial impact. For more information, visit http://thesah.org/template/page.cfm?page_id=15.

 
EVENT AND EXHIBIT CALENDAR, ARTS OPPORTUNITIES
 

Americas 2010 Paperworks
Eligibility: Works in any medium, on or of paper, traditional or experimental, including photographs, qualify. All works must be original and not measure over 60 inches in any direction. Work must be ready to exhibit, completed within the last two years, and not previously exhibited in an Americas 2000 exhibition. Deadline (postmark) for submitting entries is November 2, 2009. Entry Details: A prospectus is available online at www.minotstateu.edu/nac/pdf/prosp4webPW10.pdf. A maximum of five entries are allowed per artist. Submit electronic images, a non-refundable entry fee payable in US dollars, and the completed entry form to Americas 2010: Paperworks. Entry will not be accepted without the proper fee. Entry Fee: 2 entries/$25; Additional Entries: $5 each. Enclose a $20 annual membership fee, and you may enter at the NAC Art Friends membership rate. NAC Art Friends Members Fee: 2 entries/$15; Additional Entries: $2 each. Mail to: Americas 2010: Paperworks, Northwest Art Center, Minot State University, 500 University Avenue West, Minot, North Dakota 58707. For more information, visit www.minotstateu.edu/nac; E-mail: nac@minotstateu.edu; or call 701-858-3264 or 800 -777-0750 (ex.3264).

United States Mint Artistic Infusion Program
The United States Mint invites artists to be a part of American history through coin design. The Artistic Infusion Program (AIP) provides gifted artists the opportunity to contribute creative and beautiful designs for coins that will be enjoyed by all Americans. AIP artists have submitted successful designs for coins released through the 50 State Quarters® Program and the Presidential $1 Coin Program. Honorariums are $2,000 for each design submission and $5,000 for each selected design. For more information and to apply, visit www.usmint.gov/artists. Application deadlines: Application Period One: November 9, 2009; Application Period Two: March 8, 2010; and Application Period Three: July 6, 2010.

Check out the upcoming Events and Exhibits listed on NDCA's regional calendars, and for more information, visit North Dakota's Statewide Arts Calendar at www.culturepulse.org. If you have events, exhibits or artist opportunities that you would like included on the NDCA web site, please email them to comserv@nd.gov.

Check out the current Arts Opportunities available on the NDCA web site!

 
DID YOU KNOW ...
 

Free Night of Theater Builds Future Audiences
A new study by Shugoll Research shows that Theatre Communications Group’s Free Night of Theatre program is bringing new audiences to the theatre. Free Night of Theater began in 2005 in 3 cities and grew to more than 120 cities and 650 theatres in 2008. The goal of the program is to increase public awareness of the national theatre community and to attract new and nontraditional audiences by distributing free tickets during the month of October. While some theatres were concerned that giving away free tickets would not motivate people to buy tickets in the future, current research suggests this concern is unwarranted. To learn more visit www.enewsbuilder.net/nasaanotes/e_article001508226.cfm?x=bfSQw68,b8LGW82r.

 
OTHER RESOURCES
 

Nonprofits Organizations - Learn How to Save $$$ on Your Technology Needs!
TechSoup Stock is the technology product philanthropy service just for nonprofits. Launched by TechSoup Global in January 2002 (as DiscounTech), this service is a unique collaboration with corporate and nonprofit technology providers. Thanks to their partners' generous product donations and discounts, TechSoup Stock is able to facilitate and distribute multiple product philanthropy programs in a centralized, Web-based platform. They work to foster social change in two ways: by helping nonprofits to save money for mission-critical work when acquiring technology and by helping nonprofits use this technology even more effectively. To learn more, visit http://www.techsoup.org/stock/aboutus.asp.

Applying for 501(c) Status Without a Lawyer
The IRS has created a new website (http://www.stayexempt.org/) that enables new organizations to apply for 501(c) status without using a lawyer. This site is helpful and easy to follow.

Art Calendar
Art Calendar is the industry’s foremost business magazine for visual artists. Founded in 1986, Art Calendar acts as a beacon to guide artists on their journey toward making a living with their art. Written by knowledgeable industry pros and successful working artists, Art Calendar offers practical business advice on subjects such as art marketing, art law, portfolio development, exhibition presentation, communication skills and sales techniques, as well as advanced technical applications of photography, computer and Web tools. It also offers the most extensive and recent listings of Calls to Artists, including galleries reviewing portfolios, juried competitions, grants, fellowships, festivals, publishing opportunities and residencies. Best described as “The Artist’s Guide to Making It,” Art Calendar is the only subscription-driven, business-oriented magazine published specifically for visual artists. Art Calendar enables professional artists to make a living doing what they love. Offering innovative ideas, along with all of the necessary tools to sell their work and further their careers, Art Calendar has established itself as the ultimate resource for visual artists. http://www.artcalendar.com/; http://www.artscuttlebutt.com/; http://www.craftercircle.com/.

Sell Your Arts/Crafts Online at PrairieWorksMall.com
Prairie Works is organized to empower rural and isolated North Dakota artists and artisans to market their crafts and gain access to professional networks. Its purpose is to promote access to, and development of, arts in rural and tribal communities in North Dakota. Prairie Works is an organization founded to continue the art and craft heritage of rural ND artists by providing a source to market and sell their creative products. Prairie Works is providing the On-Line Gallery, a web site to sell art and craft work that ND artists, crafters and art entrepreneurs have created. The arts/crafts of Prairie Works will consist of quality, originality, creativity, and use of appropriate techniques. All work must be handmade by the ND artisan. For more information; to become a member; and/or to sell your arts/crafts online, please visit http://www.prairieworksmall.com/.

Online Arts Job Resource
Americans for the Arts have created an online arts job resource for employers and employees to come together. This new resource can be accessed by visiting http://jobbank.artsusa.org/search.cfm.

Prairie Independent
Introducing the "Prairie Independent" Bismarck-Mandan's newest community newspaper of people, places and events. The "Prairie Independent" is available at over 130 locations including community coffee shops, restaurants, waiting rooms, bars, entertainment centers, convenience stores, churches and at the Prairie Independent office. The "Prairie Independent" is a Free publication, if you are interested in advertising availability or offering the "Prairie Independent" to your customers, please contact Don Morrison at don@ndpeople.org, or 527-0060.

Self Employment in the Arts (SEA)
The focus of SEA is on the business of art. SEA was created with the idea that more artists will succeed if they have business skills, knowledge, resources, and contacts. Through artist-led conferences, a website full of resources and articles, and educational tools like the award winning Entrepreneurial Artist DVD; SEA helps artists turn their passions into a living. SEA is for college students, serious high school students, artists, and educators. Their mission is to provide educational resources to help aspiring artists gain the entrepreneurial knowledge and skills needed to establish and maintain a career as an independent artist. more on SEA...

"Tools for Results" Tool-Kit - a Resource for Non-profit Arts and Cultural Organizations
The Texas Commission on the Arts "Tools for Results" Tool-kit was developed as a resource for non-profit arts and cultural organizations in Texas and beyond. The Tool-kit is a collaborative project made possible with the help of many organizations that generously agreed to share their resources. The Tool-kit covers six topic areas: Fundraising & Development, Programs & Exhibitions, Cultural Tourism, Marketing, Advocacy, and Nonprofit Basics. Each section covers the basics, relevant concepts, best practices, things to consider, ideas for implementing change, common mistakes, ways to get started, do’s and don’ts, and how-to’s on a variety of topics. The “tools” are the sample forms, letters, documents, checklists, templates, and other resources. The intention is for nonprofits to take these “tools” and adapt them for their own purposes.

United States Artists (USA)
USA is a new organization dedicated to the support of America's finest living artists. Artists now have a home where they may find significant private funding to ignite the creativity that makes this country great. USA was launched in September 2005 with $20 million in seed funding provided by a coalition of leading foundations—Ford, Rockefeller, Prudential, and Rasmuson—in an act of unprecedented private investment in individual artists and the creative potential of America. Their initial investment enables them to pilot the USA Fellows program, awarding unrestricted $50,000 grants to fifty artists each year beginning in 2006. USA's long-term vision is to create an organization dedicated to the unlimited promise of our finest artists. Their horizon line is not three, five, or 25 years, but rather 100 years and beyond. Building on their base of private funding, their aspiration is to be permanently endowed. more on United States Artists…

Artists' Health Insurance Resource Center
The Artists’ Health Insurance Resource Center (AHIRC) database was created in 1998 by The Actors’ Fund of America, with a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, as a health insurance resource for artists and people in the entertainment industry. Since then, with support from The Commonwealth Fund, it has expanded to include resources for the self-employed, low-income workers, the under-insured, the uninsured who require medical care and many other groups. For more information visit: http://www.ahirc.org/; for a direct link to North Dakota resources, visit: www.ahirc.org/state_indx.cfm?st=ND.

Online Legal Primers on the Arts
A new web site, http://www.thelawportal.info/, offers legal primers for artists and arts organizations, covering topics that range from the traditional and familiar (such as copyright) to the new and sometimes obscure (two-way broadband network access), and from the personal (how to find healthy materials) to the professional (how to develop contracts) to the political (free speech).

Online Classifieds Opportunities & Services for Artists
The New York Foundation for the Arts' Online Classifieds Opportunities & Services for Artists, is a free national online sources for artist opportunities and services. These include calls for entry, services such as photography of art work and accounting, space for rent, and many others. New listings are posted daily (designated with an orange "new" icon for one week) and remain on the site until they expire. Organizations posting listings are solely responsible for the content of those listings.

Additional Web Sites
The following Web sites have resources that may be of service to educators, individual artists, and arts organizations including funding and other opportunities, publications, arts events, etc:

 
 
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