Call for Artists: 53nd Annual Dimensions 2017 National Juried Fine Art Competition and Exhibition...

posted on:Mar 16, 2017

Associated Artists of Winston-Salem presents the 53nd Annual Dimensions 2017 National Juried Fine Art Competition and Exhibition, Sponsored by Kilpatrick Townsend. May 25 – July 25 at the Womble Carlyle Gallery inside the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts, 251 North Spruce Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101. Entry Deadline: April 30. Completed entries (including payment of fees) must be received by AAWS staff. Late entries will not be accepted. CALL FOR ENTRIES: Dimensions is a national juried art exhibition, established by AAWS in 1964 to showcase outstanding visual art in two and three-dimensional fine art media. This year’s exhibition will be held inside the Womble Carlyle Gallery at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts in Downtown Winston-Salem, NC, the...

Triad ECO Adventures (TEA) Seeks Artists Work for Sides of New Touring Trollies...

posted on:Mar 16, 2017

Triad ECO Adventures (TEA) is a locally originated, owned and operated small tourism-focused business seeking an artist (or artistic team) to design tasteful art for the side panels for our new “WINSTON” and “SALEM” Trolleys. These obsolete trolleys are currently being refurbished with a Spring 2017 completion date. These “Triad Trolleys” will be used throughout the area for sightseeing, events, & shuttles including historic and comedy tours, weddings, conference transportation, brewery/winery/distillery tours, etc….with terrific visibility throughout our community. The winning art design(s) will be either painted onto the sides of the trolley or printed onto a decorative wrap which will then be attached to the trolley. The base colors for the “SALEM” Trolley (artistic) are light/dark teal with a reddish roof outline. The base colors for...

New Community Enrichment Mini Grants Announced...

posted on:Mar 14, 2017

The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County has made 12 grants in its third round of 2016-2017 awards made through its Wells Fargo Community Enrichment Mini-Grant program.  These grants provide community groups and individuals with grants up to $500 to infuse the arts into all segments of the community, promote creativity, provide greater access to the arts and bring people together.  This program is sponsored by Wells Fargo. “These spring mini-grants will support an array of community-wide arts events, programs, and support new partnerships” said Dara Silver, Grant Program Manager for The Arts Council.  “We continue to be inspired by the creative ideas coming from individuals, community organizations, and businesses that have the desire to make a...

Student Artists of the Month- February 2017...

posted on:Mar 2, 2017

    In partnership with Forsyth County high schools and Windsor Jewelers, The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County is proud to present the Student Artist of the Month. All Forsyth County high schools (private, public, and charter) that have arts programming were invited to participate in the Student Artist of the Month program. Arts educators and administrators from each school will select one student each month for recognition based on academic rigor and artistic merit. A variety of arts disciplines will be recognized over the course of the school year. September 2016    October 2016    November 2016    December 2016     January 2017 Trinity Shuford Atkins Academic & Technology High School Principal: Joe Childers Nominating Teacher: Janet Blakely Arts...

RFQ for Public Art Commission at the Journal Building

RFQ for Public Art Commission at the Journal Building...

posted on:Feb 13, 2017

Request for Qualifications The Journal Building Public Spaces Art Proposal Submission Deadline: March 8, 2017  Background and Location The property located on the corner of Marshall and Fifth Streets in downtown Winston-Salem is being developed for mixed use including offices and entertainment. The appointments and finishings will tell a story of the buildings’ history, which is rooted in journalism, media and the printed word. The oldest portion of the building was constructed in the late 1920s in a Georgian revival style.   Despite its look to the past for exterior style, the interior and systems were state-of-the-art for the late 1920s.  It was constructed of a steel frame with concrete fireproofing, a sprinkler system and the latest in printing technology.  ...

Sawtooth School Seeks Executive Director

posted on:Feb 9, 2017

Sawtooth School for Visual Art Executive Director – Position Overview The Executive Director serves as the chief administrative officer of the Sawtooth School for Visual Art (SSVA) and reports directly to the SSVA Board of Directors.  The Executive Director is responsible for leading and directing the organization, as well as overseeing day-to-day operations.  Primary areas of responsibility include fundraising, personnel, fiscal management, facilities management, program development, strategic planning and public relations. Specific responsibilities include: Manage all fundraising efforts including the annual fund, special events, capital campaigns and other appeals; Guide the ongoing creation and adoption of a strategic plan for SSVA, in concert with the Board of Directors; Routinely report progress to the Board and recommend amended plans...

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