28 Mar Arts News March 27
Public Art at Hillside Park – Applications open April 1, Artists invited to Harrisburg Open Forum
The Harrisburg Neighborhood residents who live near Hillside Park, located at 2101 Telfair Street are seeking to spark positive community change through art at their beloved neighborhood park.
Artists are invited to attend the April 1 Harrisburg Open Forum at the Kroc Center to learn more about this opportunity. Applications open at the conclusion of the meeting. View the information in advance of the meeting at the link below. The call for artists will close May 1 at 10am.
HARRISBURG OPEN FORUM
Monday, April 1, 6:00 pm at the Kroc Center
(1833 Broad St, Augusta, GA 30904)
Learn how to get AU Interns for your organization, April 19
Interested in learning about how to work with Augusta University to develop an internship program for your organization? Join us April 19 at 1:30 pm for AU Interns: A Guide for Arts Organizations on the Augusta University Campus. Info and Registration online.
Save the Date – Artists at the Community Table, hosted by Americans for the Arts – April 26 8-5pm
Join us on April 26 for one-day workshop hosted by the Americans for the Arts Local Arts Advancement Program Manager as we look at what arts-based community development is and learn how artists and arts organizations can use their voices to build up the communities they are a part of. This workshop will include case studies, creative group exercises, and highlight the work of artists in our local community already engaging in this work. Come away feeling reinvigorated and ready to make change!
Hosted by the Americans for the Arts, April 26 8-5pm. Registration opens soon!
Fine Arts & Crafts Market Application open for Arts in the Heart of Augusta
VISUAL ARTISTS: Applications are open now for the 2019 Arts in the Heart of Augusta Fine Arts and Crafts Market! Apply to participate in a Sunshine Artist’s top-60 rated event, right in the heart of downtown Augusta!
This year’s Arts in the Heart of Augusta will take place September 20-22.
The applications for the Fine Arts and Crafts Market close May 10.
Friday, March 29 @ 1:00PM EDT
Join Adam Holofcener Esq., Executive Director of Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, for a discussion on how artists operate as a business and the types of situations they can find themselves in that have legal implications (both good and not so good). Issues that artists generally encounter first involve copyright, contracts, and business entities. Artists do not need to become lawyers to practice their art in a fiscally/legally sustainable way, but they do need to know enough to know when to ask for help, as well as what resources are available that may be able to provide affordable help.
The Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists — Founded in 2013, The Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists (CHF) equips professional visual artists to be self-sustaining entrepreneurs. They deliver a suite of integrated learning services continually, both virtually and in-person—via live events, digital channels, and portable media formats—and build professional networks of opportunity.