The North Texas in DC Internship Program is an exciting opportunity for students to intern in Washington, D.C. NTDC students intern with a wide range of programs, including Smithsonian museums and other art museums in DC such as the National Portrait Gallery. Students that are accepted into the NTDC program take between 3 and 6 class credit hours and receive free housing and a stipend for their time in Washington.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: SunStruck Magazine is a new magazine based out of Denton, Texas. It will cover politics, culture and tech from the local to the international level. In addition, each issue will also feature original works of fiction and poetry. SunStruck will publish well-written, deeply considered and relevant work that ties specific events to trends in society.
Brick Haus' first public art event combining local artists, musicians and creatives and celebrating the burgeoning arts community in Denton! Brick Haus Collective was recently founded by UNT MFA alumnae Rachel Fischer (’15) and Abby Sherrill (’15). Housed in a 2,000 sq. foot warehouse, the space serves as studios and arts event space. The organization was
founded with the support from a Nasher Sculpture Center Artist Microgrant with the intent of serving emerging artists and increasing connectivity throughout the creative community.
Do you have have an ambitious creative project or exhibition that just needs financial support to realize?
Are you presenting at a major art conference, but need funding to make it happen?
Have you been accepted as an intern in a major company or organization in your creative field, but you need the final funding to make it a reality?
Are you planning a study abroad program or artist's residency fitted for your creative research, but you need funding to help you get there?
If you answered yes to any of these, you should consider applying for the CVAD Project Awards!
Awards of up to $2,500 will be granted based on the
educational or professional impact of the opportunity to the student,
the department, the college, and/or the university. These grants will
require a minimum of $100 in matching funds. Plan ahead! A good proposal takes time to craft into a winning proposal! The proposal requires mentoring by a faculty member... more information at https://art.unt.edu/current-students/funding-awards-projects. The next application deadline for funding will be Monday, November 2, 2015.
Get Funded! Workshop
September 11, 2015, 1:30-5:30pm
Willis Library Rm 250H
Get Funded! is a workshop for students interested in applying for grants and other creative opportunities. Register at email@example.com.
Ro2 Art Gallery is currently interviewing candidates for internship positions at our gallery in Downtown Dallas, and for assistance with projects off-site.Applicants should have an interest in art, art history, curating, or arts management. The gallery provides an excellent opportunity for those who wish to develop skills necessary for navigating the art world. Interns will gain hands-on experience working with gallery owners and artists by assisting with day-to-day operations of the art gallery. Duties include greeting and registering clients, handling and presenting art, working with partner organizations, as well as working with the gallery on public relations and marketing activities. The ideal candidate should be enrolled in an area college or university art program; however, this is not a requirement. Qualified applicants may submit resume and cover letter to Jordan@ro2art.com.
This opportunity can be set up as a class counting toward your degree! Contact a professor to coordinate this opportunity!
Printmaking Association of North Texas Students, or P.A.N.T.S, is a University of North Texas student group that promotes printmaking within the DFW-Denton area. We accomplish this through gallery shows, visiting artist events, workshops, volunteering, collaborative projects, awarding scholarships, museum & conference field trips, print sales and trades. We also offer low cost printing services (T-shirts, etc) with proceeds directly going into organization funds.
Printmaker David Morrisson and Book Artist Bonnie Stahlecker will be speaking about their work at the Martin Museum of Art. David is known for his drawings, lithographs, and sculpture. Bonnie is known for her artist's books and sculpture. Click here for map.
The Printmaking Program at the University of North Texas College of Visual Arts and Design offers a broad and intensive experience for serious artists engaging printmaking concepts and processes. To learn more, visit our program and faculty page, our alumni and student links, or our website.