Archive for April, 2010

SuperMassive BlackHole

April 30, 2010

SuperMassive_BlackHole is dedicated to the photographic imagery resulting from the time-based processes found in many interdisciplinary art practices today. The magazine seeks to engage and represent respective projects and ideas which utilise Photography (digital  or  analogue),  New  Media (high or low tech), and Performance (through documentation). Fine Artists are encouraged to  engage with the magazine as a way of  exhibiting,  testing,  developing  and  experimenting  with  new  (or  old) ideas whether it is through a single image or a structured project.

Time, Space, Light and Gravity are what drive SuperMassiveBlackHole.

Check out the most recent issue here. / Or, check out a print res version here.

Notice that the online magazine accepts artists’ submissions. If you think your work fits in with their general and issue themes, See their guidelines here.


Internship Opportunity

April 28, 2010

University Hospital needs 2 ART DEPARTMENT ASSOCIATEs

Hours available: Mon – Fri, 8am – Spm; flexible

University Hospitals’ Fine Arts Fund was established in 1988 to support the acquisition afart for UH’s public spaces. Twenty years later, UH is home to roughly 1,500 original works of art by regional, national and international artist. The collection ranges from works on paper (paintings, drawings and photographs) to ceramics, glass, textiles, and various sculptural media. With the collection, the intent is to foster a comfortable, healing environment for patients and their families, as well as a stimulating workplace for UH’s many employees.

Art Department Associates will assist with general maintenance and management of the art collection. This will include upkeep of artwork currently on display throughout UH’s Main Campus facilities located directly across from Case Western. Associates will assist with bi-monthly exhibitions featured in the Humphrey Atrium Gallery, located on Main Campus. Another key responsibility will involve behind-the-scenes collections management, requiring travel to the Art Department’s Beachwood location within the Ohio Design Center. In this capacity, Associates will, for example, assist with: research on art and artists; registration, data entry, and filing; and shipping and receiving.

The Ideal Candidate:

Currentt enrollment in or recent graduate from a Program in Art, Art History, Museum Studies, Studio Art or related field; curatorial and/or registrarial experience; skilled researcher and writer; passion and respect for the arts; advanced visual arts knowledge; good work ethic, enthusiasm, and a willingness to learn; efficient filing and data entry skills; keen attention to detail; computer and general technical proficiency; reliable transportation.

If you’re interested, please let me know.

Wall Eye Gallery: Submission Guidelines

April 27, 2010

Wall Eye Gallery is reviewing electronic submissions for exhibitions in their main gallery and boutique.  For those of you who’s work is coming together, this is a great opportunity.  Its a nice space with lively openings.  Show your work, build your resume – use your artist packet making skills.

for more information, visit: Wall Eye Gallery: Submission Guidelines.

The Photo Review | Competition

April 23, 2010

Deadline: May 15, 2010.

Juror: Brian Clamp of CLAMPART.

Prizes, publication, and gallery exhibition for the winners.

For more information: The Photo Review | Competition.

The Photo Review is a critical journal of national scope and international readership. Publishing since 1976, the Photo Review covers photography events throughout the country and serves as a central resource for the Mid-Atlantic region. With incisive reviews, exciting portfolios, lively interviews, the latest in books and exhibitions, The Photo Review quarterly journal has earned a reputation as one of the best serious photography publications being produced today.

Arts at Lakeland, Call to Entry

April 22, 2010

Lakeland Community College hosts a new May Show Juried Art Exhibition May 18 – July 9, 2010.  $15 each for up to 4 entries (a bit pricey).  Entries are hand delivered on Sat & Sun, May 8 & 9.  Jurors include the administrators of Bonfoey Gallery, Red Dot Project, and Lakeland’s Gallery. Awards are given for 2-D and 3-D categories.

Download the prospectus for more information and entry forms.

SPE Internship Opportunity

April 22, 2010
This is a really great opportunity for the experience and course credit in the fall.  Meghan did this a couple years ago, and has remained involved in the organization since.  If you’re interested, let me know.  To learn more about SPE, visit their website.
Society for Photographic Education (SPE)
Advertising, Publications & Exhibits Intern

National nonprofit organization seeks intern to support Advertising, Publications & Exhibits Coordinator. Interested students should submit a letter of interest, a resume, and a letter of support from an advisory faculty member (if student is pursuing academic credit) to:

Virginia Morrison, Executive Director
Society for Photographic Education
2530 Superior Avenue #403
Cleveland, OH 44114
no phone calls please

Duties will include assisting the Advertising, Publications & Exhibits Coordinator with the following activities: annual mailings (print, fold, stuff, mail), email campaigns, and maintenance of the corporate database (verify address and contacts, add phone numbers). The Advertising, Publications & Exhibits Intern will also assist in assembling packages and marketing plans and brainstorm ways to develop new clients in an effort to expand advertising revenue. Duties also include web research to locate photographic calls for entries/submissions and SPE member news for member news column in newsletters. The intern will participate in copy editing of SPE publications and forms.  Regular updating of SPEʼs publication binders and records, including arrangement and organization of SPE publications. Assistance in preparing the SPE office for the 2010 PDN PhotoPlus Expo in NYC is also a possible duty. Graphic design experience is a plus. There will be plenty of opportunities for creativity. New ideas for designs for SPE merchandise, postcards, buttons, etc. are welcome!
This unpaid position is estimated to have a time involvement of 5-15 hours/week. Work in an informal office environment in downtown Cleveland with free parking.

Anderson Creative Wants YOU

April 21, 2010

Anderson Creative, located in nearby Canton Ohio, showcases the work of those at the cusp of their creative life, seeking out ‘young’ artists and those whose voices have not yet been heard.

Visit their website for more information.

Here is their latest call for entires.  Sounds like they’re talking about you:

We believe in:

– Creativity: Originality, novelty and freshness will be championed within these walls.

– Character: We desire to work with artists who are as trustworthy, self-aware, reliable, ethical and considerate as they are artistically gifted.

– Relevance: Art inspires, provokes thought and evokes emotion, but only when experienced firsthand. We seek to make art important to people, featuring work that both appeals to and challenges a wide spectrum of individuals.

– Social Consciousness: Art also calls attention to social issues and responsibly promotes change. We seek to make people important to art, featuring work with humanitarian concerns.

– Civic-Mindedness: Supported and encouraged by our neighbors, we give back, pursuing the betterment of downtown canton and beyond.

– Community: Exposure to new perspectives and methods grows us, so we foster an environment where dialogue, collaboration and mutual sharpening can occur.

What we DO
We create, cultivate and host innovative artwork that catalyzes fellow artists and expands the audience for art in Stark County.

We seek to become an incubator for the development of local artists, formation of unique collaborations and new modes of expression, in order to:

– Obtain local, state and national recognition of creative work occurring in canton,

– Expand the definition of what creativity is and the various forms in which it can occur, and

– Break paradigms about who art is for, while encouraging a livelier exchange between the viewer and the artwork.

The INTERIOR spaces
– Anderson Creative, located at 331 cleveland avenue northwest, in the heart of the Downtown Canton Arts District, comprises three distinct spaces.

– The gallery (1350 square feet) is a completely renovated showroom, dedicated to exhibiting new artwork on the first friday of every month. Playing host to solo exhibits, group shows, unique collaborations and traveling installations, the gallery seeks out work that is immersive and experiential, beckoning viewers to be pulled into a world that invites deeper engagement than a quick walk-through.

– The studio (500 square feet) is an annex off the main gallery, earmarked for the development of new artists and art forms. Available as classroom space for art teachers and students, an exhibition venue for debut shows and the home of Anderson Creative’s art-themed parties, this intimate space is a hub of constant activity.

– Both the gallery and the studio are rental spaces, available for parties, receptions, fundraisers, ceremonies, classes, book groups, kids’ events, meetings and more. If interested, inquire about rental costs and policies.

– The shop (1000 square feet) is the artistic home of fabricator and inventor, Kevin Anderson. Kevin thrives on experimenting with a variety of methods and media, taking raw materials and concocting something new. An impressive problem solver, many of his creations arise from a dissatisfaction with current options, inspiring him to make new tools, furniture or solutions that work the way he wants them to. Kevin is available to tackle anything you need solved, but has special expertise in:

– Building furniture, both utilitarian and artistic
– Molding and casting (plaster, concrete, resins and fiberglass)
– Prototyping (product design, industrial design, model-building)
– Mixed media sculpture

If you are interested in submitting your work or an installation or project proposal to Anderson Creative consider ‘what we believe in, what we do, and what we envision’ as detailed above.

Your work or proposal may be submitted via email and should contain

1. artist’s statement
2. brief resume
3. no more than 10 images of your work or 10 images of your work that visually relates to your proposal of work to be finished and one of the following
4. a description of the show or installation you are proposing, OR a concise description of your reason for submitting your work to Anderson Creative

You may email us at

If you are mailing this information please send it here:

Anderson Creative
331 Cleveland Ave. NW
Canton OH 44702

Call for Student Artwork

April 21, 2010

Midwest Society for Photographic Education at Western Michigan University’s Richmond Center for Visual Arts.


Students enrolled in photo courses in undergraduate, graduate, photo workshops, institutes, museum

programs and high schools.


• 3 submissions per student.

• All artwork must arrive ready-to-hang or display.

Please choose from one of the two submission deadlines.

1. Shipped Artwork:

Online Submissions Open: June 1 – July 8, 2010

Submission Notification: July 17, 2010

Artwork MUST Arrive between: September 13 – September 17, 2010

2. Hand Delivered Artwork: September 6 – September 9, 2010

Submission Notification: At Conference Exhibition

Submit your work online

• Create an account at and follow the instructions provided.

• Pay the $10 Slideroom submission fee and submit up to 3 images per student. Student groups may enter up to 20 slides, but only 3 individual entries per student are allowed (for example: 5 students may enter 3 works each through slideroom and pay a one-time fee of $10 slideroom submission fee, amounting to a total of 15 entries).

Slideroom submission guidelines

• Name, address, phone, email, all artwork dimensions, medium, and title of submission(s).

• Still image (jpg). Images should be sized around 1024 x 768 px @ 72 ppi.

• Video (mov, wmv, flv). Uploads must be kept under 60MB each.

Delivery of artwork

• All artwork must be clearly labeled with name, address, phone number, email, title, medium, and year.

Shipped Artwork must use UPS or FedEx or may be hand-delivered (Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm) to:

Western Michigan University

Richmond Center for Visual Arts, Rm 2110

Kalamazoo, Michigan 49008-5213

Attn: MWSPE Student Exhibit

Return of artwork

All participants may retrieve their artwork concluding the October 2nd Saturday reception. Any work not retrieved by hand must be returned by flat packaging with correct RETURN postage. Remaining artwork without proper return postage will become the property of WMU. While we will take great precautions in handling artwork, WMU is not responsible for loss or damage.

Questions? Please direct any proposal inquiries to the MWSPE conference co-chair at

Visit for more information.

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Curtis Mann’s Photography on Vimeo

April 19, 2010

Curtis Mann creates new photography by physically erasing and manipulating found amateur snapshots. This tension between creation and destruction in his process expands the boundaries of photography, and forms unique works that are full of experimentation and beauty. In this video, Curtis walks us through some of his techniques and shares the insights he has formed while developing his art.

Watch a short video here: Curtis Mann // Photography on Vimeo

New Lock in Studio

April 14, 2010

RIP 27-39-4.  You did a fine job for awhile.  Then you had to be cut off.

There’s a new lock in the studio.  Email me for the combo.