|The Art and Culture Center has paid and volunteer positions available during its Nathan Sawaya: The Art of the Brick (opens in June)|
Ryan at Rolling Stock Gallery in F.A.T. Village is looking for graffiti writers, DJs, MCs, B-Boy/B-Girl crews and bands for Graffiti Summit which will be held May 26 during F.A.T. Village Art Walk. E-mail Ryan@rollingstockgallery.com, call 954-822-9725 or visit Facebook.com/rollingstockgallery.
Info on applying for The Everglades National Park Artist in Residence in Everglades (AIRIE) Program can be found at Nps.gov/ever/supportyourpark/everartistinresidence.htm. This program offers artists a chance to live and work in the park for up to a month to create works that will, according to program officials, contribute to the public understanding and appreciation of Everglades National Park" and "characterize the Everglades for present and future generations, giving park visitors and the general public an opportunity to see our heritage through the eyes, and ears of the contributing artists."
The Activist/ArtistA Gallery in Boynton Beach seeks "work that explores traditional symbolism in contemporary art" for a showcase titled Symbolism: Pushing Boundaries. According to the gallery, "Images on paper, canvas, photographic paper will be considered traditional and will not be considered. Deadline is June 1 and the gallery's suggested (but not mandatory) submission fee is $10, which they say will help with expenses but not influence their decision. For more details on submitting work, visit the gallery's site.
To explore dozens of other artist opportunities visit Arterpillar's Artist Opps page.