Call for Entry

IMAGO Foundation for the Arts
Deadline: May 27

Imago Foundation for the Arts (IFA) invites emerging regional artists 30 and under to submit their work for a juried exhibition at IMAGO Gallery during the summer of 2018. This is an opportunity for young artists to gain visibility. The selected work will be displayed with Imago member artists' artwork in a group exhibit. All media will be accepted. More info here.

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts
Deadline: June 1
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts is seeking currently enrolled undergraduate/graduate students with a graduation date no sooner than 2018 to submit to the upcoming juried exhibition entitled New Forms. A sister exhibition to the 2018 Figurative Association, students across all mediums are invited to submit work which revolves around the human form. All media will be considered. Works must have been completed in the last two years, and artists must be 18 and over to apply. Awards will consist of a $750 first prize, $500 2nd prize and a $250 third prize. Honorable mentions will also be selected, and all award winners will receive a registration waiver to attend the Figurative Association conference at Arrowmont in November. More info

Elastic Magazine
Deadline: June 3

We are currently accepting submissions for prose (fiction/non-fiction), poetry, and visual art for Issue No. 3. Monomania, complex, hang-up, problem, trip, appetite, compulsion, craving, desire, drive, enthusiasm, fascination, hankering, hunger, infatuation, itch, longing, lust, passion, pining, thirst, urge, yearning...obsessions. We’ve all got them. What are yours? More info

Jonathan Ferrara Gallery
Deadline: June 16

Jonathan Ferrara Gallery is seeking artist submissions for the 22nd Annual NO DEAD ARTISTS International Juried Exhibition. NO DEAD ARTISTS is a vetted exhibition known for a great diversity in media but with a cohesive cross-section of the pulse of Contemporary Art. The exhibition has been a springboard for numerous artists leading to national press coverage and recognition, art fair presentations, gallery representation and acquisitions by museums and other prominent collections. Each year the gallery invites a panel of renowned arts professionals and collectors to select the NO DEAD ARTISTS finalists. More info

Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition
Deadline: Sept. 3

The competition is open to all professional artists age 18 and over who are living and working in the United States and its territories. Each artist may enter one work. The work must have been completed on or after January 1, 2016. Artists are invited to interpret the concept of portraiture broadly. Entries will be accepted in all visual arts media including but not restricted to painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, printmaking, textiles, video, performance, and digital or time-based media. The winner of the Portrait Competition will receive a cash award of $25,000 and will be awarded a separate commission to portray a remarkable living American for the National Portrait Gallery’s collection. The winning artist and the Portrait Gallery will collaborate to select the subject for the commissioned portrait. More info

Artist in Residence

Deadline: June 1

A prominent panel drawn from varying fields of expertise as professional artists, curators or educators in the designated disciplines, along with Everglades National Park personnel, will review materials submitted. Selections will be made on the basis of merit and how a candidate’s work can advance the mission of Everglades National Park and the National Park Service while enhancing the growth of the artist’s work. Selections will be made without regard to race, religion, sex, disability, marital status, age or national origin. More info here.

Petrified National Forest
Deadline: June 30

Artists impacted the formation, expansion, and direction of our national parks. They gave glimpses of the American landscape to people that may never visit those lands, creating connections through photography and painting. Still today, artists using a wide variety of media draw inspiration from parklands. Petrified Forest National Park's Artist-in-Residence Program continues the tradition of arts in the parks. Founded in 2006 as part of the park's Centennial Celebration, the program brings artists to the park in order to share their inspirations, ideas, and artwork with the public. More info here.


RISD Museum | Marketing, Communications and Development
Open until filled
The Marketing, Communications and Development intern will be tasked with researching the ways in which museums interact with their communities in the post-internet era. Specifically, the intern will develop a strategy for engaging with online communities of artists and students and for translating digital engagement with these communities into long-term patronage. More info

RISD Museum | Graphic Design
Open until filled
The Graphic Design intern will learn how to design experiential graphics from concept to delivery of files for production. The intern will work with the curators, museum editor, and installation manager to design the graphics for an upcoming exhibition of works on paper while receiving guidance and instruction from the graphic design department. They will be introduced to the systems, tools, and processes the RISD Museum uses and will practice everyday workflow, management, and design strategies. More info

Providence Children's Museum | Creative Initiative Intern
Open until filled
The Creativity Initiative Studio Arts intern will collaborate with staff in the exhibits and education departments to assist in the development, prototyping and evaluation of new exhibit components and programs designed to engage visitors in imaginative play and creative exploration. The Intern will receive training in play theory, designing to support play, facilitation of play experiences, and evaluation of programs and exhibits. More info here.

Rhode Island Philharmonic | Arts Marketing Intern

Open until filled
At nearly 75-years-old, the Orchestra is one of the oldest nonprofits in the State. It is the only Orchestra in the country associated with a full-time Music School. As a result of its long and illustrious history, the nonprofit has a collection of vintage photographs, videos and materials (program books, season brochures, etc.). This summer, the organization will be working on a new website that will combine both aspects of the nonprofit (Orchestra and Music School), and we are looking for an Intern to create a visual project that tells our history and story. The multimedia visual art project will be earmarked for promotional purposes and/or on our new website and/or an exhibit/window display. More info here.

On-Campus Jobs

Summer Staff Member
Brown University

Contribute to the Brown Experience as a Summer Staff Member. Consider remaining in Providence this summer to support Pre-College students and Sports Camp athletes in having their own amazing Brown experience. In doing so, you will cultivate highly transferable leadership, listening, and collaboration skills. Every summer, Brown hires over 200 undergraduate students to work with younger people in residential life, programming and activities, and housing. Job descriptions are listed below and applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until all positions are filled. Apply to there and more

  • Resident Assistant for Summer@Brown and Pre-Baccalaureate Programs
  • Leadership Institute Assistant (formerly Leader Fellows)
  • Resident Assistant for Sports Camps
  • Campus-wide Program Assistant
  • Residence Program Assistant
  • Housing Assistant
  • Office Assistant
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