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McNight Center for Book Arts Information Session

Jan. 16th 5 to 6pm  FREE

Attention all mid-career Minnesota based book artists!  Minnesota Center for Book Arts (MCBA) has partnered with the McKnight Foundation to offer two $25,000 fellowship programs in the field of book arts.  MCBA will be hosting an information session about the fellowship and will field any questions of interest.  For more information about the program, attend the DAI information session in person or go to https://www.mnbookarts.org/mcknight-fellowships/ online.



The Nordic Center Proposal Form: 2020 -2021 Call for Arts and Culture Exhibitions or Programs

Deadline: March 15, 2020

This call for arts and/or culture exhibitions or programs is open for individuals and groups

 

Introduction

The Nordic Center is a warm and inclusive place for community engagement in traditional, contemporary and emerging Nordic culture and knowledge. It shares Nordic culture with the greater community through social, educational, and arts programs for people of all ages. For more information see nordiccenterduluth.org

 

Submission Guidelines

The Nordic Center programming committee welcomes and is seeking proposals from individuals and groups for one or two arts and/or culture exhibitions or programs during the 2020-2021 program year. 

 

Individuals interested in applying for a solo art exhibition or cultural program should submit:

1)    Written proposal outlining the exhibition or program (purpose, relationship to Nordic arts and culture, intended audience, projected activities) – please include whether the work or program has been offered at another venue/s (where and when) and whether items will be for sale (with approximate price points)

2)    Artist or Program Statement

3)    Bio

4)    Resume

5)    For an art exhibit: 6 – 10 digital images of your work that are representative of the exhibition proposal

For a cultural program: Appropriate representation of work

 

Groups interested in applying for a group art exhibition or cultural program should submit:

1)    Written proposal outlining the exhibition or program (purpose, relationship to Nordic arts and culture, intended audience, projected activities) – please include whether the work or program has been offered at another venue/s (where and when) and whether items will be for sale (with approximate price points)

2)    Artist  or Program Statements

3)    Bios

4)    Resumes

5)    For an art exhibit: 6 – 10 digital images of your work that are representative of the exhibition proposal

For a cultural program: Appropriate representation of work

 

Timeline proposals are due: March 15, 2020

The Exhibit Committee will review proposals: 2nd week of April, 2020 

Notifications will be sent to artists: April 30, 2020


How to submit

By email to nordiccenterofduluth@gmail.com Use this email subject line: 2020/21 Program Proposal

 

Venue

Nordic Center 23 N. Lake Avenue

Duluth, MN

 

Sales 70% of the sale will go to the individual or group, 30% of the sale will go to the Nordic Center. Items sold must remain on exhibit or program for the duration of the exhibit or program (dates arranged with Nordic Center).

 

Questions? Contact nordiccenterofduluth@gmail.com




This page was created to help connect the community with local art experiences in the Twin Ports. We know that it is impossible to have a fully inclusive community arts calendar but we look forward to you sharing your local events schedule.

The content posted on this page is at the discretion of the Duluth Art Institute administration. If you would like to have your event posted here, please contact our Operations and Marketing Manager, Genevieve Hircock, ghircock@duluthartinstitute.org. Our email should include an image, event details (ie. time, date, location), and a 3-5 sentence description. The calendar will be updated at the beginning of each month.


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