Category: Artist Opportunities
October 2nd 2013 | Posted in: Artist Opportunities | Posted by: Lincoln Arts Council
Call for entries: Greater Nebraska, a two-part showcase of Nebraska artists.
The Lux Center For The Arts in Lincoln has selected Journal-Star arts writer L. Kent Wolgamott and artist Craig Roper to curate two shows for the Lux Center, one in May-June 2014, and the other in Sept-Oct. 2015.
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September 12th 2013 | Posted in: Artist Opportunities | Posted by: Lincoln Arts Council
The Maryville Public Art Coalition brings public sculpture, art installations, and creative elements to the public spaces and sidewalks of the downtown retail district in Maryville, Missouri (Population 11,972), increasing access to art for the entire community.
The coalition is seeking existing and/or proposed artworks for temporary installation (up to 12 months) at three outdoor locations at our courthouse square. Artwork should have strong visual impact, and should complement or highlight the public spaces where they are installed.
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August 19th 2013 | Posted in: Artist Opportunities | Posted by: Lincoln Arts Council
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln City Campus Choir is looking for singers of all backgrounds and ages. No auditions are required, although some choral experience is appreciated. The goal is to develop a membership, which includes UNL students of all majors, faculty, staff, alumni and members of the Lincoln community.
Rehearsals for the City Campus Choir will be in Westbrook Music Building, Room 130, on the UNL City Campus.
For more information or to sign up, contact Director Matt Hill, email@example.com or faculty supervisor Dr. Therees Hibbard, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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July 11th 2013 | Posted in: Artist Opportunities | Posted by: Lincoln Arts Council
It’s my pleasure to bring your attention to a remarkable opportunity coming to the Lied Center for Performing Arts this fall: The ASCAP New Musical Theatre Workshop.
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March 29th 2013 | Posted in: Artist Opportunities | Posted by: Lincoln Arts Council
Thanks to a gift from Alice Dittman of Cornhusker Bank, in partnership with the Lincoln Community Foundation and Community Development Resources, a unique loan fund exists to provide limited capital to people who commit to being self-sustaining business owners. This includes artists! The fund is special because applications are evaluated with an emphasis on applicants'personal integrity. Alice's Integrity Loan Fund borrowers may borrow up to $5,000 for a term of up to three years. The Fund doesn't require a borrower to provide collateral and currently charges the low fixed interest rate of 3.25%.
Applicants for a loan may have been turned down by a financial institution. Bankruptcy, in itself, is not sufficient reason for loan denial.
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