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1 September 2015
Postcontemporary Arts Education
Contemporary Jewellery teaching re_vamped, re_styled, re_furbished and highly re_commended. Visit the site, if you will, at WWW.POSTCON.COM for full information disclosure. 

Contemporary Jewellery teaching re_vamped, re_styled, re_furbished and highly re_commended.
 
Visit the site, if you will, at WWW.POSTCON.COM for full information disclosure.
 


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12 April - 1 June 2015
Open Call: upcoming book CAST
Open Call: upcoming book CAST You are invited to submit work for inclusion in the upcoming book CAST. The book will feature gorgeous images from both contemporary and historic artists ...

Open Call: upcoming book CAST


You are invited to submit work for inclusion in the upcoming book CAST. The book will feature gorgeous images from both contemporary and historic artists whose work is defined by their use of casting as a primary process. CAST will be a creative look-book intended to inspire more people to use casting in their work and to think more broadly about the process and its possibilities.


CAST will feature gorgeous images from both contemporary and historic artists whose work is defined by their use of casting as a primary process. CAST will be a creative look-book intended to inspire more people to use casting in their work and to think more broadly about the process and its possibilities.

We are seeking high quality images of cast jewelry and objects (both sculptural and functional) including any and all materials that can be cast. We are interested in all scales of work and all media, from tiny gold earrings to monumental bronzes. Pieces need not be entirely cast, but casting should play a dominant or critical role in the work.

There will also be casting process photos in the book. If you have clear and well-composed images illustrating model creation, mold making or your casting process, please submit them. We are curious about your studio practice as well as your finished work.

We are asking that you write a brief statement about why you choose to use casting in the creation of your work instead of writing a standard artist's statement.

Open worldwide. Please feel free to share this information with other artists whose work you think could meet the criteria for this book.

Schiffer Publishing will produce the book.

Authors: 
Jen Townsend
 and Renee Zettle-Sterling

Selections are based entirely on the merit of the work submitted. Keep in mind that the quality of the images you are submitting will play a dominant role in the selections; therefore, send only the best quality (both professional and artistic) photographs of your work. The authors will select all images included in the book.
 

Application

Application Deadline : June 1, 2015
Application Fee: $40.00
Notification Date: Jul 17, 2015
 

Conditions

Selections are based entirely on the merit of the work submitted. Keep in mind that the quality of the images you are submitting will play a dominant role in the selections; therefore, send only the best quality (both professional and artistic) photographs of your work. The authors will select all images included in the book.

• Maximum of 4 artworks per category, 5 additional images per artwork (including detail images and/or casting process images) are optional for a possible total of 6 images per piece.

• Images should be in JPG format, in RGB color space and the resolution should be 350 dpi. Each image should have a minimum size of 6” x 9” or 2000 x 3008 pixels. Higher resolution images allow for larger pictures in the book – the dimensions given are a minimum. If your image looks better in a square format, that's fine, just make sure the smallest dimension is not less than 2000 dpi.)



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Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, Birmingham, 15 September 2014 - 30 June 2015
Artist in Residence (AIR) mentoring scheme
The School of Jewellery is pleased to announce its Artist in Residence (AIR) mentoring scheme and invites you to express interest directly to Jo Pond, Lecturer and Artist in Residence Coo...

The School of Jewellery is pleased to announce its Artist in Residence (AIR) mentoring scheme and invites you to express interest directly to Jo Pond, Lecturer and Artist in Residence Coordinator.

The residency position is in essence, space and facilities in exchange for a small studio mentoring input. You would be given access to bench space and facilities within the Schools outstanding workshops for the duration of the residency, for which there would be no charge.

This should be viewed as an opportunity for you to develop your own work and technical skills in a creative environment, without the constraints of set course work or timetable. It would also allow you to positively extend your CV.

 

Deadline date for applications: 1 April 2014 


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Idar-Oberstein, 22 May - 23 June 2013
Robert Smit - Golden Years
Die Stadtverwaltung Idar-Oberstein zeigt im Rahmen von Idar-Obersteinschmückt sich vom 22. Mai bis zum 23. Juni 2013 in der Villa BengelRobert Smit – Golden YearsZur Eröff...

Die Stadtverwaltung Idar-Oberstein zeigt im Rahmen von Idar-Oberstein
schmückt sich vom 22. Mai bis zum 23. Juni 2013 in der Villa Bengel
Robert Smit – Golden Years
Zur Eröffnung der Ausstellung am Mittwoch, dem 22. Mai um 18.30 Uhr laden wir
Sie und Ihre Freunde ganz herzlich ein.
Eine Einführung in sein Werk und die Ausstellung gibt der Künstler am
Nachmittag um 16.00 Uhr in der Fachhochschule, Vollmersbachstr. 53a, 55743
Idar-Oberstein im Rahmen des Symposiums SchmuckDenken 09.


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Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, Birmingham, 5 March - 1 April 2013
Artist in Residence (AIR)
The School of Jewellery is pleased to announce its Artist in Residence (AIR) mentoring scheme 2013 and invites you to express interest.   The residency position is in essence, spac...

The School of Jewellery is pleased to announce its Artist in Residence (AIR) mentoring scheme 2013 and invites you to express interest.

 

The residency position is in essence, space and facilities in exchange for studio mentoring input. You would be given access to bench space and facilities within the School's outstanding workshops for the duration of the residency, for which there would be no charge.

This should be viewed as an opportunity for you to develop your own work and technical skills in a creative environment, without the constraints of set course work or timetable. It would also allow you to positively extend your CV.

 


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