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Opportunity Highlight

April 8, 2021

Highlights include Artist Get Ready Grants, RFP: The Kintsugi Spirit, Local Emerging Artist Residency in Glass, Curator-in-Residence Open Call, and more!



Calls for Art

National Public Art Opportunities

Artist Get Ready Grants at CERF+ (Montpelier, VT)

RFP: The Kintsugi Spirit at Japanese American Cultural & Community Center (Los Angeles, CA)

Local Emerging Artist Residency in Glass at Foci Minnesota Center for Glass Arts

Curator-in-Residence Open Call at Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts (Omaha, NE)

4th Annual Elmcrest Art Fair at Rumriver Art Center

Eden Prairie Arts in the Park 2021


Visual Teaching Artist

East Side Arts Council is looking for several Visual Artists to teach upcoming youth arts classes at the St. Paul Parks & Recreation Summer Blast program, a free afternoon program for youth who will be entering grades 1-6 in the fall. We would like to hire artists with experience in several different types of visual art in order to expose the youth to different kinds of art to keep their interest and to keep kids coming back to class each week!

Opportunities may range from a 3-day session to a prolonged 8 session weekly class to be taught over the course of the summer, and many other opportunities in-between! Summer Blast 2021 will take place between June 21st and August 26th, 2021, and will be held outdoors and within compliance with the City of St. Pauls' Coronavirus Response Plan and Restrictions.

Paid: $35/hr

To learn more and apply, view the posting on Handshake.

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Thursday, April 8