Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Artist Opportunities!

Join us at our Quarterly Open Mic Arts, Letters and Culture Events!
This is a great chance for artists, writers, performers in all genres, spanning all disciplines and cultural representations to get together, meet one another, read, present, share, learn and enjoy! Bring your art, poetry, stories, music and songs!

WHERE: Dog Eared Pages Books, 16428 N. 32nd St. (just south of Bell)
WHEN:  last Thursday of each quarter 5 PM - 7 PM
For participation and information Contact Elena - info@artizona.org
Call to Artists: on a monthly, rotating basis.
The Dog-Eared Pages Books Store invites emerging and established artists to submit artwork for a solo show on a quarterly, rotating basis. A different artist each quarter.

Accepted artwork includes 2-dimensional works and may not exceed 36” in width. The artwork will meet the guidelines and compliment the mission of the Books Store. This is a business/educational family place and we ask for no controversial material.
Three months with the artist participating at the Quarterly Open Mic
Application should include:
1. Email examples of your work in jpg format, up to 10 examples. Email examples to Elena @ info@artizona.org
2. Text file with your name, contact info, titles, dimensions (HxWXD), media, and sale price or NFS.
No Entry Fee
In the event of sale the Books Store retains 30% commission and the store will generously donate 15% to the Arizona Consortium for the Arts Charity – website - click here .

Join us at our  Open Mic Arts, Letters and Culture Events!
This is a great chance for artists, writers, performers in all genres, spanning all artistic disciplines and cultural representations to get together, meet one another, read, present, share, learn, celebrate and enjoy! Bring your art, poetry, music, dance, songs and stories to share.
When: last Thursday of each Quarter, 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Where: Dog-Eared Pages Used Books
16428 N. 32nd St. Suite 111
Phoenix, AZ 85032
(602) 283-5423


Are you an emerging artist? An established artist? Maybe a student artist? 
Join as an exhibitor on December 14th for an opportunity to show your work in North Phoenix. See  website for more information = Contact at: info@everythingbeautifulartwalk.org


Free art-museum admission
Many of the Valley's top museums offer free admission times year round. The Phoenix Art Museum has free entry from 3 to 9 p.m. on Wednesdays and 6 to 10 p.m. on First Fridays. The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art offers free admission all day on Thursdays, and free after 5 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. The Heard Museum is free on first Fridays during its Native + You events. There are also plenty of museums that are free every day, including the ASU Art Museum, the Arizona Museum of Natural History and the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum.
Details: Phoenix Art Museum, 1625 N. Central Ave. 602-257-1880, phxart.org. Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, 7380 E. Second St. 480-874-4666, smoca.org. Heard Museum, 2301 N. Central Ave., Phoenix. 602-252-8840, heard.org.
By Kellie Hwang - www.azcentral.com


Free Art Classes for Veterans

In gratitude for their service, the Arizona Artists Guild is continuing to offer free instruction to veterans in Drawing and Painting using pencils, charcoal, pens, watercolor and acrylic paint.

Classes are held at the Arizona Artists Guild Building at 18411 N. 7th Avenue in Phoenix 85032.

To register, veterans may contact David Bradley at (602) 828-4713 or email him at davlbradly@gmail.com. Space is limited.

The Arizona Artists Guild was founded in 1928 to promote the visual arts in the Phoenix Community. AAG was pivotal in the founding of the Phoenix Art Museum, as well as contributing to local military servicemen and women during World War II by creating pencil- sketch portraits for each. Today, AAG encourages the growth of working artists and offers art education through regularly scheduled classes and programs. More information is available at www.ArizonaArtistsGuild.net.


Check the Roosevelt Row website for listings of regularly scheduled weekly events, including poetry readings, live model drawing, music jams, book clubs, as well as restaurant and bar specials.
Helpful tips = links!

1.The guide allows artists and arts organizations to rent an array of spaces for performances, exhibits, rehearsals, workshops and meetings.
For venues and facilities with spaces available to rent, the updated site also offers the opportunity to be listed in the guide.
Take a look for yourself at website

2. Art History - to read - click here

3. How to Write an Artist’s CV in 10 Steps - to read - click here

for those who have not much experience - click here -

4. Making Contact with Art Galleries - How to Do it Right - to read click here

5. Commissioned Art – Tips to make it a Success! Read more: click here

6. Pros and Cons of Artists Showing Art at Non-Gallery Venues--Hotels, Restaurants, Coffee Shops, Boutiques, Etc. visit web link

7. Tips on Selling your art at art shows visit web link


9. Facing the Blank Canvas: Artists’ Tips for Getting Started visit website

10.Artist Tips for Successful Art Openings visit website


Shemer Arts Center! New artist opportunities added to website! click here


classes at JERRY'S ARTARAMA - TEMPE / 4421 S. RURAL RD. #1-3 / TEMPE, Arizona 85282 (480) 775-6787

Register in-store or call 480-775-6787


Marjory Boyer offers classes in Acrylic Painting & Drawing each Wed. 10 a.m. - 12 p.m at Hobby Lobby, 4643 E. Cactus Rd., Phoenix AZ 85032. Oil painters are also welcome with instructor permission.
For more into. and inquiries please contact Marjory at www.mboyerart.com

Join Marjory Boyer's "Water Based Media" class in which acrylics, water-based oil paint and watercolors are offered each Tues. 12 p.m.-2 p.m. and 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. at Paradise Valley Comm. Center, 17402 N. 40th St., Phoenix, AZ 85032. For materials list and more info. please contact Marjory Boyer at website - click here


Artist Opportunities on the Arizona Commission on the Arts link:
Kickstarter - Kickstarter is a funding platform for artists, designers, filmmakers, musicians, journalists, inventors, explorers..

This section delivers up-to-date artist residency information worldwide including open-calls and fellowship opportunities with and without deadlines. visit website

Visit the Tempe History Museum, 809 E. Southern Ave., www.tempe.gov/museum.

“Find Yourself in the Arts!” at the Phoenix Center for the Arts - Visit website
The Arizona Art Alliance http://www.azartalliance.com/.
Glendale Arts Commission, City of Glendale, Arizona www.glendaleaz.com/arts

ART DEADLINES LIST - A free newsletter listing - art contests and competitions, art scholarships and grants, art jobs and internships, juried exhibitions, call for entries, residencies, festivals, auditions, and other opportunities for artists, art educators and art students of all ages. Visit http://www.artdeadlineslist.com/