The BAX — Important Dates to Live By

Important Dates for artists with work in the BAX

March 20th, 8 a.m.: Gallery Installation may begin

Spring Break, 4/20-22 (Wed. through Fri.) and 4/25-29 (Mon. through Fri.): Faulconer will be open for installation, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

April 5th by 4 p.m.: All pieces must be completed, installed or physically delivered to the gallery

April 12th: The BAX opens at 4:15 p.m. followed by the awards presentation by Markus Haala at 5:00 p.m.

April 13th: Markus Haala’s talk 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.

May 8th by 4 p.m.: All pieces must be physically retrieved

Opportunity — Reflections Illustrations

Kelsey Roebuck ’14 looking for a students who may be interested in drawing black and white illustrations for Reflections, the admissions magazine written by current students for prospective students.

The work needs to be fairly simple with dark enough lines to be copied. (Think newspaper cartoons except with your own personal flair). If you are interested, I would send you an article that needs an accompanying illustration. Your submission would be due a week later either in my mailbox [4362] or under my door [Read 5223]. You would be paid for your submission.

Also, I am always looking for illustrators so if your work is good and fits the overall image of the magazine well, I would be interested in soliciting your illustrations for all future editions.

Please e-mail me at [roebuckk] or [reflections] if you would like to submit an illustration!

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 3/8 — 9th Semester Fellowship

The studio faculty are extending the deadline to the 9th Semester Fellowship to Friday, March 8th at 5:00pm. Please email [renoch] with the following materials:

The Department of Art offers an opportunity for continued independent study by a
studio art major in the semester immediately following graduation. This fellowship
provides financial support for a semester of personal research to develop a portfolio in
preparation for graduate or professional work. The Fellowship in Studio Art provides
benefits, and with these benefits come obligations to the department.

Benefits: A stipend is awarded in three equal payments in October, November
and December of the fellowship semester. An additional budget stipend is provided to
offset the cost of materials. All equipment and tools normally furnished for student use
are at the disposal of the Fellow.

Obligation and Duties: The Fellow is expected to furnish his/her materials
beyond the stipend for supplies. The Fellow will also serve the department by
assisting with the installation of student shows, helping faculty with course related
tasks, monitoring the studio in which he/she is working, demonstrating work in
progress when called upon, and presenting his/her work in a formal exhibition at the
conclusion of the semester.

Application Procedure: To apply for the Fellowship in Studio Art, interested
senior studio majors will submit the following THREE documents via email to Chris
Reno at renoch@grinnell.edu:

A letter of application to the Art Department, which addresses the following questions:

 Why is the Fellowship in Studio Art important and necessary to me?

 What is the project or body of work that I will develop over the course of the
semester?

 What previous work have I completed at Grinnell that will contribute to the
production and conceptual development of art work during this semester?

 What are my plans upon completion of the Fellowship?

A PDF Portfolio that includes the following:

 15 images of work. The total PDF file size should be no larger than 5MB so
compress images appropriately. Label each image with Title, Size, Medium, and
Date.

 PowerPoint presentations (saved as PDF) or Word documents (saved as PDF)
are recommended for this requirement.

A CV citing any accomplishments such as exhibitions or awards in studio art

Deadline: Application packets must be submitted by Friday March 8 at 5:00 pm
with notification on Friday March 15 via email. Late submissions will not be
considered. Send questions to renoch@grinnell.edu.

Link to application PDF:

NINTH_SEM_SPRING_2013 NINTH_SEM_SPRING_2013

Opportunities — Artist Roster & Creative Communities

Check out the newest page on our website: the artist roster! Here local artists can submit their contact info so that they can be found by fellow artists and those wanting their services. If you know an artist who would like to be included, please have them fill out the form. We’re still figuring out the kinks, so please let us know if you have any recommendations.

http://www.grinnellarts.org/Artist_Roster.html

ALSO ONLINE is the Creative Communities project, spearheaded by our apprentice Mary Rellergert. Here you can nominate anyone in the community whose creativity deserves recognition. I would argue that it’s hard to find someone who DOESN’T qualify for this recognition in some way. All the same, please submit nominations for this project, or pass the work on to others.

http://www.grinnellarts.org/CreativeCommunity.html

Molly Rideout

Arts and Residency Director

Grinnell Area Arts Council

Arts Council: www.grinnellarts.org

Grin City Collective Residency: www.grincitycollective.org

641 236 3203

Opportunity — Brooklyn Museum Education Internship Program

The Brooklyn Museum is looking for promising young professionals to join the 2013-2014 Museum Education Internship Program. Intern Educators participate in hands-on workshops, reading discussions, and conduct qualitative research throughout the year to learn about museum education theory and practice; and put their growing knowledge and skills to work with a range of teaching and programmatic responsibilities. On-going professional development provided by our experienced education and curatorial staff ensures that Intern Educators leave the program with extensive experience teaching and programming for a variety of audiences, and a completed professional teaching portfolio. Program alumni pursue careers with cultural institutions, including the Denver Art Museum, Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art (Qatar), The Metropolitan Museum of Art, National Museum of the American Indian, New Museum, and Queens Museum of Art; and non-museum settings like the New York City Department of Education and School District of Philadelphia.
 
Requirements: This program is designed to support the professional development of highly motivated individuals who have recently completed undergraduate or graduate studies. Successful candidates must be able to demonstrate interest in art, education, and museums; investment in working with diverse museum audiences; commitment to teaching from art objects; support for our mission and collections; and experience teaching and/or programming in formal or informal learning environments. 
 
Proof of ability to work in the United States is required. The Museum will not sponsor immigrant visa applications; though in the past applicants have worked with international student organizations to secure non-immigrant visas.
 
Responsibilities: Program participants serve as either School, Youth and Family Programs Intern Educators or Adult and School Programs Intern Educators.
 
School, Youth and Family Programs (SYFP) Intern Educators teach elementary, middle and high school groups in single and multi-visit programs; plan and facilitate programs for teens and families such as Gallery/Studio Program, ArtyFacts, and Teen Programs.
 
Adult and School Programs (ASP) Intern Educators assist with all aspects of expanding the Museum’s local adult audiences, including research, marketing, and logistical support for programs such as Gallery Talks and Tours, hands-on workshops, lectures, Target First Saturdays, films, and performing arts series. ASP Intern Educators also teach elementary, middle and high school groups in our single visit program.
 
Work Schedule: Ten-month internship extending from September 3, 2013 through June 26, 2014. Intern Educators work a minimum of 35 hours per week, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. either Tuesday through Saturday or Sunday through Thursday (some flexibility required)
 
Compensation: $15,273 (subject to payroll taxes), health insurance, and unlimited ride Metro card
 
To Apply: Please submit one envelope postmarked by March 31 that includes your résumé, statement of interest (which indicates your preference for SYFP or ASP), and two signed and sealed letters of recommendation (professional and/or academic affiliation) to:
 
Education Intern Coordinator
Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11238-6052
 
Applications submitted via email will not be accepted. Do not send additional materials. To receive confirmation that your application was received you must include a self-addressed stamped postcard. All applicants will be notified by June 15. No telephone inquiries.
 
For more information about the 10-month Museum Education Internship Program email education.internships@brooklynmuseum.org
 
Keonna Hendrick
Intern Coordinator/Senior Museum Educator
Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11238-6052