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Request for Proposals: Immersive Art Installations at The Fresh Arts Glow Ball Gala 2019

Do you have an art concept that you would like to bring to life at the Fresh Arts Glow Ball gala? Please read the Eligibility Requirements and Guidelines before applying.

  • Submittable URL:  http://bit.ly/RFPglowball

  • Submission Deadline:11:59pm on Monday, February 11, 2019

  • Budget:$1,000 (including design, fabrication, installation)

  • Five (5) proposals will be selected

  • Opportunity is open to:Houston-area artists/creatives of all disciplines from emerging to established. Previous experience in art installations is not required, but preferred. Individuals as well as artist collectives or teams are welcome to apply. All applicants MUST be over the age of 21 and live within a 50-mile radius of Houston.

  • Applicable art forms include, but are not limited to: projections, site-specific installations, and/or performances that create interactive experiences.




Request for Proposals: 

Immersive Art Installations at The Fresh Arts Glow Ball Gala 2019


Fresh Arts is seeking proposals from artists, creatives, or collectives to create five (5) works of art to be showcased at the Fresh Arts Glow Ball gala held on Friday, March 29, 8pm – Midnight and during a public pop-up event on Saturday, March 30, 11am – 5pm. Proposals should incorporate visual elements relating to the “Glow Ball” theme which is open to creative interpretation. Glow theme elements may include, but are not limited to use of neon colors, exploring luminescence and things that glow or involve blacklights, a play on the 80s GLOW wrestling show, etc. Works that create an immersive art experience are preferred. 

 

A total of five (5) proposals will be selected. The selected artists will each receive $1,000 to complete the project, including design, materials, equipment rental, site preparation, and installation.


Artworks/Installations are to be loaded in and installed on Thursday, March 28. Installation must be completed no later than Noon on Friday, March 29 with deinstallation taking place Saturday, March 30, 2019 from 5:30-midnight. Please review the project timeline for more details.

 

The deadline for applications to be received is 11:59pm on Monday, February, 11, 2019. All applications must be submitted through the provided Submittable portalhttp://bit.ly/RFPglowball

 Applicants will be notified of their status onFriday, February 15, 2018 by 5pm. Please do not call for results.



About the Glow Ball gala

Fresh Arts is pleased to announce our Annual Gala fundraiser, the Glow Ball on Friday, March 29 from 8pm – 12am at Silver Street Studios. The Glow Ball experience will culminate with a pop-up event the following day on Saturday, March 30 from 11am–5pm. 

 

Houston’s biggest artistic party supports the professional development of our community’s vibrant, passionate creatives, raising key funding needed to continue work in strengthening the Houston arts community by supporting the artists who create it. Thus, Fresh Arts leverages the gala as a platform to showcase a wide range of Houston’s artistic talent through performances, live painters, a silent art auction, and wild costumes.

 

Funds raised from the Glow Ball support Fresh Arts and the development of professional skill-building opportunities for local artist entrepreneurs.  It also supports programming to gain new audiences for rising artists, designers, performers and makers for the benefit of the Houston community.  



View the 2018 gala photos HERE.

 



 

Eligibility Requirements and Guidelines

 

Artist Eligibility

-Open to artists/creatives of all disciplines.

-Artist collectives or creative teams are welcome to apply.

-Artist(s) must live with a 50-mile radius of Houston.

-Artist(s) must be over the age of 21.

-Previous experience in art installations is not required, but preferred.

-Applicable art forms include, but are not limited to, projections, site-specific installations, and/or performances that create interactive experiences.


Project Guidelines

The selected works will be located indoors at the Silver Street Studios event space which is a 20,000 sq. ft open warehouse with concrete floors, metal sheeting walls, and 26 ft high open beam ceilings. 

Each art installation must encompass a space that is 10’ to 15' wide x 10’ deep with no height restrictions. 

Artists will have access to electrical wall outlets, a scissor lift (signed waiver required to operate), and downlighting will be made available, if needed, to better highlight the artwork/space. All other lighting elements and structures, including design, fabrication, and installation and breakdown are the artist’s responsibility.

Additionally, Fresh Arts will provide:

-Prominent signage with the artist’s name and bio

-Marketing and promotion of the artist’s participation through social media, email blasts, and placement on the Fresh Arts website

-(4) complimentary tickets to the Glow Ball gala (a $400 value)

-A 1-year Fresh Arts Membership (a $65 value)

-$1,000 project stipend (includes design, fabrication, installation and materials) 

 


Criteria for Selection

Proposals that integrate the following elements will be preferred:

-Fits with the Glow Ball theme

-Shows well in both day and night

-Suitable for indoor display

-Soundly and professionally constructed 

-Appropriate for viewing by visitors of all ages

-Works that creative interactive experiences are preferred

-Cross-disciplinary and/or multimedia collaborative efforts are encouraged 


Project Timeline

Applications open                               Monday, January 21

Applications due                                 Monday, February 11 by 11:59pm

Selected Artists notified                     Friday, February 15 by 5pm

Artist Agreement signed                    Wednesday, February 20

50% Payment                                       Friday, February 22

Installation period                               Thursday, March 28 – Friday, March 29

Balance Payment                               Upon completion of installation

Installations complete                       No later than Noon on Friday, March 29

Event times                                         Friday, March 29, 8pm – Midnight 

                                                  and Saturday, March 30, 11am – 5pm

Deinstallation                                      Saturday, March 30, 5:30pm – 11:59pm

 

Artist Responsibilities

-Artists are responsible for both the installation and the deinstallation of their work.


-Additionally, artists are responsible for materials and all elements of design, construction, operation, and maintenance of their installation for the entire duration of the event period. Fresh Arts is not responsible for any damage or losses to an installation during the event.


-Artists must allow Fresh Arts to publish videos or images of the installation process, in addition to advertised photography of people interacting with the installed art through the event period. Promotion of the installed works will be provided by Fresh Arts with appropriate attribution to the artist(s).

 

How to apply

Submit the following information and materials via the Submittable application portal no later than Monday, February 11 by 11:59pm CT 


-Artist/Team info

          -General contact info

          -Names and bios of all participants (250 words or less per bio)

          -Websites, social media links

          -Description of Qualifications + Past Experience

-Detailed Project Description that addresses the following:

          -Overall vision for the project

          -How will you incorporate the Glow theme?

          -Other themes or images presented in your proposed work

-Describe your qualifications for this project

          -Relevant experience with art installations including type, location(s) and length of display

          -Other notable experiences, awards, etc.

-A basic construction or installation plan that includes

          -Method for assembly or construction

          -Dimensions of any structures

          -Electrical or technical specifics

          -Materials and tools used

-Attachments should include:

          -Photos of past work or installations

          -Provide a sketch, photo, or rendering of the proposed art installation. The more visual 

           representations you can provide, the better.

          -Image list with descriptions



About Fresh Arts

Fresh Arts mission is to champion local artists and creative entrepreneurs to succeed in the business of art.

Our programs help advance the careers of local artists and creative entrepreneurs by complementing their artistic practices through carefully cultivated communities that facilitate shared resources, knowledge, experiences, and audiences. We achieve this through resource sharing, skill building initiatives and through our artist-centered communities’ programs.

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MEXICO & PERU: All Self-Directed & Instructional Residency Programs – Summer & Fall 2019

Apply Now through Sunday, June 2, 2019: Partial tuition fee waiver options. Spaces are limited.

Arquetopia Foundation & International Artist Residency

Puebla, Mexico – Oaxaca, Mexico –
Cusco, Peru

All Self-Directed & Instructional Residency Programs: Summer
& Fall 2019

 

Apply Now through Sunday, June 2, 2019: Partial tuition fee waiver options. Spaces are limited. All residency
applications are evaluated for selection when they are received vs. after the
deadline has passed.

 

Website: https://www.arquetopia.org/open-calls-deadlines

E-mail info@arquetopia.org for more information.

 

Founded in 2009, Arquetopia Foundation
is an internationally established, award-winning nonprofit arts and cultural
foundation with a social scope that emphasizes critical thinking through
artistic practices. Our comprehensive, customized  
International Artist-in-Residence
Programs
are the largest and most reputable
in Latin America, with an array of contents anchored in a solid structure of
collaborations with prominent cultural institutions, renowned experts, and
notable artists. We are invested in approaching art and art history with a
critical perspective by understanding Mexico and Peru’s complexity in context
and incorporating nuances in narratives and interpretation especially of the
3,000-year heritage of visual culture of these two countries. Our residency
programs offer competitive professional opportunities for emerging and
mid-career, national and international artists, designers, curators, art
historians, art educators, writers, journalists, and cultural researchers age
20 and over.


Arquetopia is now welcoming applications for the
following residency programs in the majestic historic district of Puebla,
Mexico; the open countryside of Oaxaca, Mexico; and the Sacred Valley of the
Andes of Cusco Peru:


PART 1 – SELF-DIRECTED
RESIDENCIES FOR ARTISTS, ART HISTORIANS, WRITERS, & RESEARCHERS: SUMMER
& FALL 2019

Click on each link below for program info on our website.

 

1. Art, Design, or Photography
Production Residency.

https://www.arquetopia.org/art-design-or-photography-residency

Self-directed, flexible sessions of 4
to 12 weeks. Various techniques and resources offered in Puebla or Cusco.

 

2. Mexican Ceramics
Residency
.

https://www.arquetopia.org/mexican-ceramics-residency

Self-directed, flexible sessions of 6 to
12 weeks in Puebla.

 

3.
Printmaking Residency.

https://www.arquetopia.org/printmaking-residency

Self-directed, flexible sessions of 4 to 12 weeks in Puebla.

 

4.
Art Educators Residency.

https://www.arquetopia.org/art-educators-residency

Develop new art education projects with students, exploring diverse
pedagogic techniques with multiculturalism. Self-directed (staff-assisted),
extendable sessions of 4 weeks in Puebla.

 

5.
Art History or Cultural Research Residency.

https://www.arquetopia.org/art-history-or-cultural-research-residency

Explore magnificent southern Mexico’s unique archives and resources from
pre-Hispanic to contemporary. Self-directed (staff-assisted), flexible sessions
of 3 to 8 weeks in Puebla.

 

6. Writers
Residency
.

https://www.arquetopia.org/writers-residency

Self-directed, flexible sessions of 3 to 8 weeks in Oaxaca or
Cusco.

 

 

PART 2 – ARTIST RESIDENCIES
WITH MASTER TECHNIQUE INSTRUCTION: SUMMER & FALL 2019

Click on
each link below for program info on our website.

 

7. Gold
Leafing and Estofado Instructional Residency.

https://www.arquetopia.org/gold-leafing-residency

Learn Gold Leafing (Gilding) and
Estofado techniques,
with time for independent production.
Extendable sessions of 3 weeks in Puebla or Cusco.

 

8. Mexican
Textiles Instructional Residency: Weaving, Embroidery, or Tapestry.

https://www.arquetopia.org/mexican-textiles-residencies

Learn traditional Mexican Textiles
(back-strap Weaving, Embroidery, or Tapestry, with time for independent
production.
Extendable sessions of 3 or 4 weeks in Oaxaca.

 

9. Natural Ink
Silkscreen Instructional Residency.

https://www.arquetopia.org/natural-ink-silkscreen-residency

Learn to create and use a variety of Natural
Inks for silkscreening, with time for independent production
.
Extendable sessions of 3 weeks in Oaxaca.

 

10. Natural
Pigments Instructional Residency.

https://www.arquetopia.org/natural-pigments-residency

Learn to create and use a variety of
Natural Pigments for fiber dyeing, with time for independent production
.
Extendable sessions of 3 weeks in Oaxaca or Cusco.

 

11. Organic
Painting Instructional Residency.

https://www.arquetopia.org/organic-painting-residency

Learn Organic Painting techniques, with time
for independent production. Extendable sessions of 3 weeks in Puebla.

 

12. Peruvian
Arts Instructional Residencies: Painting or Sculpture.

https://www.arquetopia.org/peruvian-arts-residencies

Learn one of two Peruvian art
techniques: Painting or Sculpture,
with time for independent
production. Extendable sessions of 3 weeks in Cusco.

 

13. Peruvian Textiles Instructional Residency: Andean Weaving.

https://www.arquetopia.org/peruvian-textiles-residency

Learn traditional Andean Weaving, with
time for independent production.
Extendable sessions of 3 weeks in
Cusco.

 

14. Pre-Columbian
Ceramics Instructional Residency.

https://www.arquetopia.org/pre-columbian-ceramics-residency

Learn pre-Columbian Ceramics techniques,
with time for independent production. Extendable sessions of 5
weeks in Puebla or Cusco.


HOW
TO APPLY

Visit the
Arquetopia website at
www.arquetopia.org

E-mail info@arquetopia.org for complete information dossier.

Complete and submit the Arquetopia Artist-in-Residence
Online
Application Form
, following the instructions on the web page.

Following
selection, applicants are notified immediately via e-mail.

 

Arquetopia is
distinguished worldwide for its
array of
unique, customized residency programs
with substantial
content. Our residency spaces function exclusively for productive art
professionals, writers, and researchers and are built on structured,
informative programs; a network of collaborative workspaces, institutions, and
studios;
and individualized project support.

 

Arquetopia is committed to providing an inclusive
and welcoming environment for all members of our diverse local and international
community. Arquetopia’s resident artist and staff backgrounds vary in all
aspects. As part of Arquetopia’s mission is to promote diversity, Arquetopia
actively fights discrimination by offering access to its programs and
activities without regard to race, color, gender or gender expression, national
origin, age, religion, creed, or sexual orientation.

 

Main Website: www.arquetopia.org

Instagram: www.instagram.com/arquetopia

Facebook: www.facebook.com/arquetopia

    

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Contact Name: Christopher Davis, Co-Executive Director
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A Weekend with Photographer and Filmmaker Jerry Schatzberg: Puzzle of a Downfall Child


Prior to the screening, director Jerry Schatzberg discusses his photography career with Malcolm Daniel, the Gus and Lyndall Wortham Curator of Photography, at 3:30 p.m.

“Jerry Schatzberg drew inspiration from his background as a portrait photographer by using conversations with fashion model Anne Saint-Marie as a foundation for his engrossing story of a washed-up model gradually losing hold on reality. Schatzberg’s first feature, Puzzle of a Downfall Child is a stylistic tour de force that displays his consummate mastery of the medium. The film employs a fractured narrative style that freely intermingles flashbacks and fantasized events with the present and brilliantly manipulates the soundtrack to maximize the carefully calibrated sense of disorientation. In her revealing performance as the fragile model, Faye Dunaway strikingly personifies Schatzberg’s fascination with the disenfranchised that will extend to his subsequent films.” —Harvard Film Archive

Read an appreciation of the film

• The director talks to “Interview”

When:
Jun 2, 2019
Cost:
General Admission $9. MFAH members, senior adults & students with ID, $7
Time:
5:00 pm
Sunday Time & Price:
5PM $9. MFAH members, senior adults & students with ID, $7
General Categories: 

JoMar Visions Abstract Vibes

This time we are embracing abstract art. Free and moving, artists will be showcasing their best abstract works during this special event at JoMar Visions. 

There will be a kids room for them to create their paintings and drawings, and besides the amazing art by guest artists like you, this event will also be in conjunction with our in-residence artists open studios

 

Once again we will have Saint Arnold Brewery sponsoring our event. Say what? Yep... they are awesome and so are their beer and cider. 

Due Date: Jun 27, 2019
Contact Name: Joana Esteves
Phone: 8324743116
Fee: $35
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"MishMash" - Selected Works by Emerging and Well-Established Artists Opening at Redbud Gallery

Contact Name:
Gus Kopriva
Contact Phone:
713-854-4246


Redbud Gallery is proud to present “MishMash”, a selection of works of several artists working in various media, showcasing both emerging and well-established artists.

Some of the works have not been shown in Houston to my knowledge.  They include a large diptych by University of Houston educated Texas artist Julian Schnabel, a long worked on piece by the legendary Menil collected Ben Culwell, and a rare female created painting of Leda and the swan by Maryland Institute College of Art grad Amita Bhatt.  Sculpture is represented by a glistening hanging hare by Emily Cheney of Houston Baptist University (HBU).

Corrine Jones from East Texas displays a shadow Mockingbird and Kathy Biel presents one of her recent mysterious landscapes.  Recent HBU MFA grads: Crystal Murley exhibits powerful abstracts accented with numerous surface details and Honduran Celea Guevara debuts powerful figurative as well as cultural-based drawings and linocuts comparable to the prints of the great Elizabeth Catlett.  A wonderful large painting of a priest by Chicago imagist Ray Donley adorns the east walls.  Rounding out the exhibit are: a seldom seen early James Surls pencil erotic surrealistic drawing, a powerful intriguing landscape canvas by HBU Professor, Carlos Canul, and an early, rarely seen large House Nude by Fresh Paint artist Ron Hoover.

Please come and join us to see this intriguing exhibit at Redbud West Gallery.  Unfortunately, some of the artists will not be present for obvious reasons.

- Gus Kopriva, Gallery Owner


On View: June 1 - August 27, 2019
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 1, 6pm - 9pm

Redbud Gallery
303 East 11th Street
Houston, Texas 77008
713-862-2532
General Categories: 

"MishMash" - Selected Works by Emerging and Well-Established Artists Opening at Redbud Gallery


Redbud Gallery is proud to present “MishMash”, a selection of works of several artists working in various media, showcasing both emerging and well-established artists.

Some of the works have not been shown in Houston to my knowledge.  They include a large diptych by University of Houston educated Texas artist Julian Schnabel, a long worked on piece by the legendary Menil collected Ben Culwell, and a rare female created painting of Leda and the swan by Maryland Institute College of Art grad Amita Bhatt.  Sculpture is represented by a glistening hanging hare by Emily Cheney of Houston Baptist University (HBU).

Corrine Jones from East Texas displays a shadow Mockingbird and Kathy Biel presents one of her recent mysterious landscapes.  Recent HBU MFA grads: Crystal Murley exhibits powerful abstracts accented with numerous surface details and Honduran Celea Guevara debuts powerful figurative as well as cultural-based drawings and linocuts comparable to the prints of the great Elizabeth Catlett.  A wonderful large painting of a priest by Chicago imagist Ray Donley adorns the east walls.  Rounding out the exhibit are: a seldom seen early James Surls pencil erotic surrealistic drawing, a powerful intriguing landscape canvas by HBU Professor, Carlos Canul, and an early, rarely seen large House Nude by Fresh Paint artist Ron Hoover.

Please come and join us to see this intriguing exhibit at Redbud West Gallery.  Unfortunately, some of the artists will not be present for obvious reasons.

- Gus Kopriva, Gallery Owner


On View: June 1 - August 27, 2019
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 1, 6pm - 9pm

Redbud Gallery
303 East 11th Street
Houston, Texas 77008
713-862-2532
When:
Jun 1, 2019
Cost:
Free
Time:
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Saturday Time & Price:
Free
Location:

A Weekend with Photographer and Filmmaker Jerry Schatzberg: Scarecrow


Post-film conversation with director Jerry Schatzberg, moderated by Michael Zilkha, cochair of the MFAH film committee

“Jerry Schatzberg’s endearing and picaresque road movie Scarecrow stars Gene Hackman and Al Pacino as a pair of down-and-out wanderers hitchhiking across the country and harboring a vaguely formed plan to open a car wash in Pittsburgh. Returning once again to wounded, marginalized characters floating on the ragged edge of American society, Schatzberg creates an indelible portrait of the rambling lives of vagrant dreamers. Working with famed cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond, Schatzberg transforms the tumbleweed world of back roads, roadside bars, and diners into a strikingly American landscape and poetic backdrop for his tale of male friendship.” —Harvard Film Archive

• Read a blog post about the film

• See an appreciation in “BFI Film Forever”

• The director talks to “Dazed”

When:
Jun 1, 2019
Cost:
General Admission $9. MFAH members, senior adults & students with ID, $7
Time:
7:00 pm
Saturday Time & Price:
7PM $9. MFAH members, senior adults & students with ID, $7
General Categories: 

A Weekend with Photographer and Filmmaker Jerry Schatzberg: The Panic in Needle Park


Post-film conversation with director Jerry Schatzberg, moderated by Ernie Manouse of Houston Public Media

“One of the quintessential expressions of early 1970s American cinema, Jerry Schatzberg’s second feature centers around a fragile woman who has been set adrift by recent trauma and overly dependent relationships. Shot on location in a wintry and desolate New York City, The Panic in Needle Park offers an undaunted and fascinating vision of the secret world of drug addicts. The film features an electrifying Al Pacino—in his first starring role—as a small-time hustler and addict, and newcomer Kitty Winn as a naive Midwesterner enraptured by his energetic charm.

“A poetic and deeply touching love story, The Panic in Needle Park is also a vivid, documentary-style rendering of the squalor and fear felt by addicts drifting like ghosts through the dirty flophouses, cheap diners, and trash-strewn sidewalks of the Upper West Side. Eschewing a music track and any direct appeals to sentimentality, Schatzberg imbues the film with a verité quality that lends an air of wrenching, tragic inevitability to the doomed lovers’ tale.” —Harvard Film Archive

• Read a blog post about the film

See a feature in the “New Yorker”

When:
May 31, 2019
Cost:
General Admission $9. MFAH members, senior adults & students with ID, $7
Time:
7:00 pm
Friday Time & Price:
7PM $9. MFAH members, senior adults & students with ID, $7
General Categories: 

Filming Vincent: At Eternity’s Gate


Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Vincent van Gogh: His Life in Art

Journey inside the world and mind of Vincent van Gogh during his self-imposed exile in Arles and Auvers-sur-Oise, France. As he develops his unique style of painting, Van Gogh wrestles with religion, mental illness, and a turbulent friendship with artist Paul Gauguin—before Van Gogh releases the pain of the present and concentrates on his relationship with eternity. At Eternity’s Gate stars Oscar nominee Willem Dafoe, along with Rupert Friend as Theo van Gogh and Oscar Isaac as Gaugin. 

“This movie is based on Vincent van Gogh’s letters; common agreement about events in his life that parade as facts; hearsay; and scenes that are just plain invented. Even with all the violence and tragedy that has been associated with Van Gogh, there is no doubt: His was a life lived rich with magic, profound communication with nature, and the wonder of being. He seems to have transgressed death and encouraged others to do the same. This is not a forensic biography about the painter. It is about what it is to be an artist.” —artist and director Julian Schnabel 

• Interview with Willem Dafoe

• Interview with Julian Schnabel

When:
May 30, 2019 to Jun 22, 2019
Cost:
General Admission $9. MFAH members, senior adults & students with ID, $7
Time:
7:00 pm
Thursday Time & Price:
7PM $9. MFAH members, senior adults & students with ID, $7
Saturday Time & Price:
7PM $9. MFAH members, senior adults & students with ID, $7
Sunday Time & Price:
5 & 2PM $9. MFAH members, senior adults & students with ID, $7
General Categories: 

Filming Vincent: Loving Vincent


Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Vincent van Gogh: His Life in Art

One of the most visually acclaimed films of 2017, Loving Vincent is the world’s first fully oil-painted feature film. It details the complicated life and controversial death of Vincent van Gogh. More than six years in the making with the help of 125 artists, this brilliant animated feature is composed of 65,000 painted frames. Drawn from meticulous research and inspired by Van Gogh’s paintings, subjects, and correspondence, the film’s story begins a year after the artist’s death, when the postmaster’s son (Douglas Booth) is tasked with delivering Van Gogh’s last letter and ends up interviewing those who knew the artist in his troubled last days, trying to understand Van Gogh’s character and what happened. Among the other actors are Saoirse Ronan, Chris O’Dowd, and Aidan Turner.

• Watch how painters designed “Loving Vincent.”

• Read more about the making of the film.

“Loving Vincent: The Impossible Dream” screens March 29 & 30

When:
May 30, 2019 to Jun 13, 2019
Cost:
General Admission $9. MFAH members, senior adults & students with ID, $7
Time:
2:00 pm
Thursday Time & Price:
2PM $9. MFAH members, senior adults & students with ID, $7
General Categories: 


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