Seattle, WA -
Art Call - Phinney Neighborhood Association Art Gallery, Phinney, WA
The 2013 Northwest Fine Arts Competition is
organized by the Phinney Center Gallery. Jurors
select art that will be displayed in the gallery in
October-November 2013. The Phinney Center
Gallery supports local emerging artists and is
located in the historic Phinney Neighborhood
Center in Seattle, Washington. Our gallery
shows are advertised to 17,000 local community
members and 3,000-4,000 viewers visit the
Phinney Center each month. This year’s jurors
for our annual competition include:
Jason Huff is a project manager for the public art
program at the Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural
Affairs. Before this, he worked as Ceramics
Coordinator and as the Artistic Director of the
Kirkland Arts Center. He is also an accomplished
artist who has exhibited his work regionally and
Seattle, WA - Many people in the past have asked the question how might I be able to support you in your efforts and I never really knew what to say.
How can you support Carol Rashawnna Williams in 2013?
In an effort to build a foundation and an international connection with hopes of future collaborations, Carol applied and submitted her portfolio to the Venice Printmaking Studio and was accepted to a 3 year Printmaking Residency in Italy (to start Aug 2014), with the opportunity to participate in the 2015 Venice Biannual
In her first year Carol will explore traditional mono-prints, by exploring in three years topics of environmental sustainability and the effects.
This is a huge honor! And Opportunity!
Your donation, whether it be $5, $20, or more would create and support the opportunity for all of this to happen.
For more details about the Residency
Go Here: http://www.veniceprintmaking.it/biennale.html
Seattle, WA - http://www.worldtreefilms.com/wtfilms/
SIX19: A Documentary
Often dubbed "the Hive", 619 Western Ave was home to hundreds of creative individuals for more than 25 years. This film documents the legacy, the memories and preserves the history of this unique community and place.
Seattle, WA - Amazing Opportunity to get your Masters Degree in Leadership! One of the best programs in the Country!
Please share widely with those you know - this is a blended program so it also works well for those who live out of state
Bill Koenig has sent you a message.
Subject: $10K Grad School Scholarships in Organizational Leadership
I am sharing the message below broadly with my LinkedIn Network because it is an exceptional offer that may be of interest to you and would certainly be of interest to someone that you know, so please forward it on.
In honor of the January 14, 2013 launch of OSR 19, the first cohort at Bainbridge Graduate Institute (BGI), the 33 year old Organization Systems Renewal (OSR – www.osr-nw.org) graduate program is making ten $10,000 scholarships available to OSR 19 applicants.
Seattle, WA - Great News!
Carol Rashawnna Williams artwork has been selected by a panel jury to be included in ‘Important World Artists’ Book
Scheduled to be published the first half of 2013, it will present living artists from all over the world with samples and description of work, brief biography, contact information.
It's an invaluable guide for galleries, buyers, decorators, commissions, shops, selection committees.
Despina Giannopoulou - Tunberg - Curator
World Wide Art Books INC
1907 State Street
Santa Barbara, California, 93101
Tel / fax +1 805 845 3869
Seattle, WA - Almost exactly 100 years ago Margaret Sanger, the founder of what is now called Planned Parenthood, began her crusade for reproductive freedom. She believed:
A woman has a right to control her body.
Everyone should be able to decide when and whether to have a child.
Every child should be wanted and loved.
Women are as entitled as men to sexual pleasure and fulfillment.
In the last 100 years we have made tremendous strides in reproductive freedom for women. But recent attempts have been made to turn back the clock and not only deny a woman’s right to choose, but to restrict access and funding for birth control and reproductive health care.
As Ellen Hochberg spoke with other women she found that she was not the only one who was frustrated. 'We couldn’t keep silent, we needed to be heard. I asked fellow artists to come together and use their artistic voices to explore this issue. We’ve put together a show called “Who does she think she is?” 31...