The Jeffrey Ahn, Jr. Fellowship is an annual award for young artists to produce extraordinary independent projects. In providing creative capital to young people, the Fellowship seeks to foster a positive educational and creative process that empowers them to be working artists for a summer, and to experience the freedom and the responsibility that such trust entails. Fellowship awards are merit-based and open to young artists from any background or country.
In 2019, the Jeffrey Ahn, Jr. Fellowship is open to applicants up to 21 years of age. The 2019 Fellow(s) will be selected by a jury of artists, curators, gallerists, and/or other professionals in the arts, and will be expected to complete a new work or series of works, as proposed in their Fellowship applications, on or before September 1, 2019. Preference will be given to projects in the fine arts, although performance and storytelling projects will be considered at jury discretion. Exceptionally, in a given year, more than one Fellowship may be awarded.
The Fellowship award will cover some or all expenses related directly to the production of the proposed artwork, including but not limited to: cost of materials, relevant museum or gallery admission, studio space, transport, rental of equipment or tools, and/or tuition for the acquisition of project-specific skills. Requests for exhibition funding are not eligible. The maximum awarded amount in 2019 is $10,000 and may be shared between more than one winner.
Please find below a link to the 2019 application:
The deadline for phase one applications is December 15, 2018 at 5 PM Eastern Time.
The Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale (GICB), which celebrates its tenth edition in 2019, is expected to undergo significant changes, especially in regard to its "international competition". The GICB aims to establish a platform dedicated to promoting communication and exchanges between artists and the public. The upcoming biennale will present diverse programs such as the academic symposium and workshop in a comprehensive, multitiered format within the framework of the international competition, as opposed to the past in which the biennale hosted programs individually.
The GiCB International Competition 2019- as an exhibition is a gateway for newly emerging artists to acquire a presence in the global art scene- will offer diversified support programs that will help artists expand their world view. It will continue to retain its tradition as a "competition", though with improvements in institutional arrangements including application conditions, exhibition format, screening criteria, and support programs, yet simultaneously aim to present a new paradigm for art events, as an "international exhibition" leading the trends in ceramics and an "art forum" bringing together workshops, performances, and seminars.
Guideline for Participation
Eligibility An open call for ceramic artists of our generation both artistic and practical, made from clay (ceramics) or made with the theme of clay (ceramics)
Category There are two categories:
I. Ceramics as Expression
II. Ceramics for Use
Condition for Application
* This one (1) entry shall not have previously received an award in another competition, either domestic or international.
* Failure to meet any of the above requirements will result in disqualification in the screening process. In the event than an award-winning entry is subsequently revealed to have failed to meet the above requirements, prize may be retroactively reclaimed.
How to Apply
Period October 1 (Mon)- 31 (Wed), 2018
Method Online submission (ic.gicb.kr)
Submission Requirements Artist profile, exhibition proposal, portfolio (10 images; format: JPG; resolution: 300 pixel or above, artist's statement), exhibition floor plan, installation guidelines
6/10/2018 0 Comments
Visiting Artist/instructor at SUNY New Paltz. The deadline for this was May 15th but it is open until filled. They are looking for a visiting artist-in-residence and instructor for Fall 2018.
Position duties and expectations:
This position is intended to allow the resident the time and space to pursue a body of work in our expansive and energetic studio, while enhancing the Ceramics Program and the Art Department at SUNY New Paltz through teaching and mentorship.
Teach a diverse 3/3 course load fall and spring semesters (including undergraduate intro, wheel throwing, and hand building) as an adjunct
Maintain an active studio practice
Serve as informal faculty advisor to BFA and MFA students thesis work through participation in group and individual critiques and studio visits
Donate one significant piece to the SUNY New Paltz Ceramics Collection
SUNY New Paltz provides:
Please feel free to contact Anat Shiftan firstname.lastname@example.org and Bryan Czibesz email@example.com with any questions.
About the SUNY New Paltz Art Department:
The Art Department at SUNY New Paltz is uniquely enhanced by the location of the University in the heart of New York's historic Hudson Valley region. The initial home of the nineteenth-century Hudson River School of Painting, the region continues to be an active site of cultural opportunities with many artists and artistic organizations in residence. The proximity of New Paltz to New York City (80 miles) provides students with a wide range of artistic and educational opportunities. The Ceramics programs include approximately 15 BFA majors and 6 MFA candidates.
If you will be in Minnesota next September or know anyone who will be that would benefit, please read/share this:
Message from Alexa McAdams - firstname.lastname@example.org
We are seeking Studio Art and Ceramics students for volunteer opportunities during Northern Clay Center’s 20th annual American Pottery Festival, September 7 – 9, 2018. This event serves as our largest annual fundraiser and provides chances to engage directly with some of the best ceramic artists in the field during image presentations, workshops, lectures, panel discussions, and casual gallery chats. Workshops provide an informal and intimate classroom setting for students to learn from instructors from across the country who are not normally in the Midwest.
APF offers ample engagement and learning opportunities for students who choose to volunteer. Students who volunteer 8 hours of their time will be provided a day pass on Saturday or Sunday to workshops and lectures ($45-$65). Students who volunteer 4 hours before or during Friday evening will be issued free attendance to the opening night party ($25 per ticket). Volunteer duties include working in the kitchen, gallery, and studio spaces in the 2 weeks leading up to the event. Volunteers also will have a chance to interact one-on-one with artists during the volunteer thank you party on Saturday night of the weekend-long festival.
To register to volunteer, visit: https://www.northernclaycenter.org/support/volunteer/volunteer-apf
Additional information about American Pottery Festival: https://www.northernclaycenter.org/apf
Please reach out to me with any questions regarding American Pottery Festival or volunteer opportunities for students. If your students are interested in traveling to Minnesota for this event, we would be more than happy to help find lodging options.
Regardless of the ability to volunteer, we welcome everyone at this event and value the attendance of students in particular. For a $5 door fee on Saturday and Sunday, there are free lectures on the half hour, visiting artists roaming the halls, and coffee is on the house! We would love to share this wonderful learning resource with your students!
5/12/2018 0 Comments
Message from Carbondale Clay Center:
We’re writing to let you know of an exciting opportunity happening here at the Carbondale Clay Center, and are hoping you’ll pass it along to colleagues, students, friends or any one you know that might be interested.
Our national juried exhibition the Carbondale Clay National XIII: Out of the Mold is currently accepting applications until May 18thby 5 PM MST. The theme for the Clay National is “Out of the Mold”. The concept of this juried exhibition is to investigate what is happening currently in ceramic art. Slip casting, press molding, or sprigging; plaster molds, bisque molds, or just clay pressed onto an object. These are all techniques requiring molds. How are artists finding new ideas and ways of working through the use of molds? Pottery, sculpture, wall tile, or mix media work will be considered. Carbondale Clay National XIII will be juried by Andrea and John Gill, both internationally recognized ceramic artists.
Best in Show: $500
Staff Selection: $250
Local’s Favorite: $100
Go to our website at http://www.carbondaleclay.org/clay-national-xiii/ to apply. Please email email@example.com or call (970) 963-2529 for any questions.
Boston Valley Terra Cotta in Orchard Park, NY is currently looking for student interns for the summer to fill positions in the mold shop, and as finishers (modeling) and mold pressers. These jobs are wonderful opportunities for students who are interested in ceramics to work in a ceramic manufacturing environment and experience the scale and stages of processing architectural terra cotta.
These are compensated positions.
More information: http://bostonvalley.com
Please contact Eva Valo firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries.
4/30/2018 0 Comments
School of Art, Design and Art History, Henry Kendall College of Arts and Sciences
The School of Art, Design and Art History at The University of Tulsa, Oklahoma, seeks applications for a full-time visiting faculty position in the area of Ceramics and Three-Dimensional media, for the 2018-19 academic year beginning in August 2018. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience, teaching and current professional status.
Here are some opportunities we've received from Corey Facteau, Art Career Advisor and Service Learning Coordinator at Alfred University Career Development Center.
RESIDENCIES & FUNDING
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES IN ALFRED
Exhibition July 5 - August 5, 2018.
Submissions Deadline: June 15. Tabletop: Exploring Food and Function will showcase the artistry of various functional wares associated with the table. Mediums that will be accepted include ceramic, metal, fiber, wood, and glass. All works must be functional. Open to all artists
Awards: $1,000 for Best in Show; Two, $400 Equal Merit awards
The University of Oregon's Department of Art is accepting applications for a tenure-track faculty position in Ceramics. This position is at the rank of Assistant Professor and the salary will be commensurate with experience. Start date is September 2017.
We are seeking a colleague with a dynamic approach to creative practice and pedagogy that will contribute to an established and progressive art department. Candidates should demonstrate knowledge and experience in teaching a range of traditional, experimental, and extended forms within the field of Ceramics. The successful candidate will possess a broad knowledge of scholarship, including critical histories and theories related to Ceramics and the field of craft within the larger context of contemporary art. The competitive applicant should have a research and creative practice that is grounded in Ceramics, with fluency in interdisciplinary and experimental approaches. The candidate will exhibit an ambitious professional record that indicates a commitment to a sustained and evolving creative practice. The candidate must be able to work cooperatively with diverse faculty and student populations. This position requires experience in teaching beyond graduate school, a MFA or equivalent degree, and an active professional practice.
Primary teaching responsibilities will be focused in Ceramics with opportunities for teaching across media areas, including graduate seminars, advanced studios, and foundations. All of the Department of Art faculty contribute to the interdisciplinary graduate program. The University of Oregon operates on a system of three, 10-week quarters with 1 additional week for final exams. Faculty in the Department of Art have a teaching load of five courses per year. The candidate will work collaboratively with another Ceramics faculty member to oversee the Ceramics area, which includes curriculum and facilities development, and the supervision of a 1.0 FTE lab technician, student employees (undergraduate and graduate), and nontenure-track faculty. Service responsibilities include various departmental and school committees, as well as student advising and participation in shared governance. The candidate will be expected to maintain an ambitious professional record that indicates a commitment to a sustained and developing creative practice.
The Ceramics area (http://art.uoregon.edu/ceramics) has a dedicated studio technician who supports a broad-based, technically comprehensive facility. The area resources extend through the department and School of Architecture and Allied Arts to include laser cutters, 3D printers, CNC routers, multiple wood shops, metal shops, a plastics shop, a motion capture lab, physical computing shop, printing services and computing labs. The University of Oregon supports faculty by providing a dedicated studio space and a fund for professional development. Additionally, the Pacific Northwest and the state of Oregon have a vibrant range of accessible funding, opportunities, and resources for artists.
Situated within a nationally recognized research institution, the Department of Art attracts students and faculty who value the study of studio art in the context of a larger intellectual and critical environment. Our curriculum reflects a diverse and fluid set of creative practices and critical methodologies. Students engage broad and interdisciplinary approaches, as well as depth within specific media and practices. A robust visiting lecture series, bringing 10-15 artists, critics and curators to campus each year, complements the curriculum. Nationally and internationally active, the faculty thrive on making connections between their individual studio practices and teaching. While we have diverse backgrounds, philosophies and approaches, we have a strong commitment to a collective mission and a shared governance model. The Department of Art (http://art.uoregon.edu/) is one of the two largest departments within the School of Architecture and Allied Arts (A&AA), which also includes Architecture, the History of Art and Architecture, Arts Administration, Product Design, Landscape Architecture, Historic Preservation, and Planning, Public Policy and
Management. With roughly 500 undergraduates and 30 graduate students, the Department of Art offers BA/BS, BFA and MFA degrees; the curriculum encompasses ceramics, art & technology (print media, animation, video and interactivity), fibers, jewelry and metals, painting and drawing, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. The Department includes 20 tenure-track faculty and 12 Career Instructors.
The University and Community:
The University of Oregon is an AAU Research I institution and has over 24,000 undergraduate students and approximately 4,000 graduate students. The UO is known for its spirit of cooperation and collaboration, and for its ability to provide a variety of personal and professional opportunities that enrich the academic community. The University actively supports an institutional commitment to diversity and multiculturalism. Through this search, the Department of Art seeks to further this commitment and strongly encourages applications from women and underrepresented groups.
The University of Oregon is located in Eugene, Oregon’s second largest city. Located 110 miles south of Portland, the Eugene metro area (pop. 216,000) is in a region noted for its dynamic quality of life and progressive cultural environment. Within only an hour’s drive are ocean beaches, lakes, rivers, forests, high desert, and the Cascade and Coast mountain ranges.
Review of applications will begin February 3, 2017. While the position will remain open until filled, please submit application materials by February 3, 2017 to ensure consideration. No incomplete applications will be reviewed.
Application: A complete application must include a cover letter outlining specific interests and qualifications, a CV that includes activities related to one's art practice and teaching (i.e. courses taught, service, etc.), an artist statement, a teaching philosophy, 20 images of he candidate’s own work, 10 images of student work, and an image identification information describing the title, size, media, date work was completed and project details, and in the case of student work, include the course title. A list of three references must be submitted at this time, with the possibility that reference letters and syllabi may be requested at a later date.
To apply, go to: http://careers.uoregon.edu/cw/en-us/job/519404/assistant-professor-ceramics
EO/A/ADA institution committed to cultural diversity. The University encourages all qualified individuals to apply, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected status, including veteran and disability status