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Opportunities for Artists: John Michael Kohler Arts Center

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    The acclaimed John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan announces several opportunities for area artists. ARTS/INDUSTRY APPLICATION DEADLINE Due April 1
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 4, 2009
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      The acclaimed John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan announces
      several opportunities for area artists.

      ARTS/INDUSTRY APPLICATION DEADLINE
      Due April 1
      Apply for the Arts/Industry Residency Program for Visual Artists.
      Since 1974, the Arts Center has offered exceptional artists from all
      over the world two- to six-month residencies in Kohler Co.'s
      pottery, iron foundry, and enamel shop. Past experience in these
      media is not necessary, for Arts Center staff will guide you through
      the processes. For more information on this unusual residency
      program, see http://www.jmkac.org/Arts/IndustryProgram. The postmark
      deadline for all 2010 residencies is April 1, 2009.

      ARTIST DEADLINE FOR THE MIDSUMMER FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS
      Due March 15
      The Arts Center's 2009 Midsummer Festival of the Arts, July 18–19,
      will feature 135 artists from across the nation presenting their
      work for purchase. The festival is highly touted by artists and
      visitors alike—in particular, because of the quality of the art and
      the gracious, effective staff and volunteers. Visit
      http://www.jmkac.org/ArtsFestival for information and application
      instructions. Arts Center staff will assist you with your digital
      application if needed.

      COMMUNITY ARTS FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION
      Due April 15
      The Arts Center seeks a creative artist or artist-educator with a
      strong interest in community-based arts for the Community Arts
      Fellowship. In its second year, the CA Fellowship at the Arts Center
      offers an exceptional candidate the opportunity to gain professional
      experience in a nationally acclaimed arts environment. The Fellow
      will be responsible for developing collaborative projects that
      promote active participation and creative experimentation by people
      of all skill levels and ages in The ARTery. The Fellowship is a full-
      time, ten-month commitment from August 2009 – May 2010. Please check
      http://www.jmkac.org/CommunityArtsFellowship for more information.
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