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December 3, 2013
The M-ENGIN program at UM is looking for a graphic designer to quickly create an initial set of PNG images to be used as digital badges. The initial set will encompass 14 categories with at least 4 levels for each category. Examples of digital badges can be found at credy.com
The initial set of badges needs to be completed by January 1, 2014.
Students should submit examples of their digital work and a resume to Steven Lonn (email@example.com) by Monday, December 9th.
Compensation will be commensurate with experience and is negotiable.
December 3, 2013
February 2014 the University Art Gallery and the SVSU Department of Art is hosting a juried digital fine arts competition “Cyberspace II Competition,” which is open to artists within the State of Michigan.
This exhibition is open to any Michigan artist using a digital imaging device such as a digital camera or scanner and/or digital imaging program in the creation of their work. Artwork should be created with a fine art rather than a commercial emphasis and must be professionally framed and ready to hang. No works requiring a computer or other electronic device for display will not be accepted unless artist provides own equipment. Entries cannot be larger than 6 ft. in any dimension. The gallery does not take a commission for sold pieces. Cash prizes will be awarded.
Entry Submission Deadline: January 13, 2014 (postmark January 9, 2014)
December 2, 2013
MOCAD is currently accepting internship applications for Winter/Spring Term 2014. Please submit your application to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 13, 2013 for consideration.
You must be over the age of 18 to qualify for an internship at MOCAD.
Internships are available in:
The Museum Store
December 2, 2013
In honor of Naomi Rabb Winston, NSAL established an annual scholarship fund for young visual artists between the ages of 16 and 22. Applicants must demonstrate exceptional talent and promise of future success. The scholarship funds are only for private study, for special training or for personal advancement in the applicant’s art medium. They can be used for workshops, museum programs, summer programs, etc. The funds are not for college tuition, housing or travel. The maximum amount awarded to an applicant is $5,000. In most years as many as eight to ten scholarships are awarded in varying amounts.
Applications, including proof of age, are due February 1, 2014 to the Mid-Michigan Chapter contact representative:
Mid-Michigan Chapter, National Society of Arts & Letters
5380 Parkgrove Road, Ann Arbor MI 48103
December 2, 2013
The Department of Art and Art History at Wayne State University in Detroit is hiring a full-time Exhibitions Director. Application review begins December 10. Here is a link to the posting:
https://jobs.wayne.edu/ and enter Posting Number 039828
Art Exhibitions Director will be responsible for the oversight and management of all aspects of two galleries: the Art Department Gallery featuring works by faculty, students and alumni, among others; and the Elaine L. Jacob Gallery, which focuses on exhibitions with national and international significance. Responsibilities include developing and scheduling shows in cooperation with a faculty exhibitions committee; overseeing and installing a total of ten to fourteen exhibitions per year; creating exhibition marketing identities (show cards, posters, public relations, etc.), including the use of social media and web-based media; training and supervising a part-time preparator as well as student assistants; shipping and receiving works of art, including crating; managing the gallery budget; assisting with departmental development projects, including grant writing; coordinating public programming, including visiting artists, symposia, workshops, and conferences; teaching at least one course per year (typically on a museum-practices topic); building relationships with collectors, galleries and museums; and other duties as assigned.
Categories: Full Time
November 21, 2013
The National Portrait Gallery (NPG) Office of Photographic Services is seeking interns available for Summer 2014. With two photographic studios and a digital imaging processing center, the Office of Photographic Services creates the photographic archive of the NPG collection. Black-and-white and color prints are produced in-house for archival and cataloging purposes, as well as for publicity and reproduction in various publications.
The complete listing includes this info:
“These part-time internships are located in the NPG offices in Landover, MD, accessible by Metro, and are available for all future academic terms: mid-January to mid-May, mid-May to August, or August to December.”
November 20, 2013
Announcing a call for photographic art to be displayed in an exhibit titled “India As I See It” in the gallery spaces of Matthaei Botanical Gardens winter 2014 during the LSA theme semester “India in the World.” Photographs must be of India’s people, places, sights, and celebrations.
Eligibility: U-M students, faculty and staff, and community members
Criteria: Photographs must be framed in black frames. Works will be displayed on gallery walls; wires for hanging must be provided on the back of each work.
Submission deadline: Sunday, January 4, 11:59 pm.
Submission address: David Betz, email@example.com.
Submission requirements: Name; address; phone; JPGs of work to be considered; work list including title, size, date, artist’s statement and description of work; retail value.
Installation dates: January 22-24, 2014.
Exhibition dates: January 25–March 2, 2014
November 18, 2013
It requires rare skill to transform a software product into an extraordinary user experience. You must bleed design and creativity but feel just as comfortable talking shop with business decision-makers. The few who fit that bill will determine how our customers engage with our technologies around the globe.
November 5, 2013
V2V, a locally owned clothing boutique, is looking for a part-time Graphic Designer (with potential to grow into full-time position). V2V has been an Ann Arbor staple at it’s Kerrytown location for over 20 years with additional stores in Petoskey, MI, Charleston, SC and a new location on the East side of Ann Arbor.
The designer will have flexible work hours. The store is also looking for a part-time Marketing Manager and Merchandiser and would consider hiring full-time if a candidate possessed all these skill sets.
Self-directed and able to work independently on a variety of projects
Ability to work collaboratively with team members
BFA in Graphic Design or related field (or working towards degree)
Strong design skill set with knowledge of typography and layout
Strong work ethic and a whatever it takes and can do attitude
Knowledge of the fashion industry or equivalent field
Layout of creative designs as required with quick turnaround time
Effective management of project timelines
Accept and implement Store Owner and Store Managers corrections & suggestions
Determine appropriate means to produce the desired visual effect and the production methods
Create sales and marketing materials for the store including email and direct mail, advertising, in-store signs,social media visual content and general store branding such as designing shopping bags
Please submit a resume and link to your portfolio (or PDF sample portfolio) to Julia firstname.lastname@example.org by November 23, 2013
Categories: Part Time
October 30, 2013
The Center for Campus Involvement is a dynamic, student-focused department that serves undergraduate and graduate students campus wide through its programs and student organization support. The Juried Art Competition is one of these programs that gives students an opportunity to exhibit their art.
The winner the jury elects will receive a cash prize and their own exhibit in February 2014! The winner(s) of the People’s Choice will also receive a prize.
All submissions of work and submission forms are due December 6, 2013 and each piece submitted will be exhibited on the Pierpont Wall Gallery in January 2014. We are accepting all forms of media (including video and sound pieces, but there will be limitations on their display due to power source issues). Each participant can submit up to four pieces. Submissions of work are now being accepted at our Pierpont office Monday-Friday 11am-2pm in the Administrative Suite, room 2202.
October 29, 2013
The Science Learning Center (SLC) is excited to announce a 2014 Science As Art Contest for currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students.
We are seeking submissions of artwork that express scientific principles, concepts, ideas, processes, and/or structures. The artwork may be visual, literary, musical, video or performance-based. Depending upon the number and types of submissions received, cash prizes will be awarded based on categories which may include: Best Overall; By Discipline; By Format; Quality of Artistic Expression; Individual and Team; or Student Status such as 1st year, sophomore, etc.
The submission deadline is Friday, January 10th, 2014.
Entries will be submitted electronically to email@example.com.
Entries will be judged by a faculty and staff team with diverse backgrounds in science, literature, education, and art.
October 29, 2013
The University of Michigan College of Pharmacy is dedicated to supporting Relay for Life. Our goal is to be among the top three teams each year in fundraising for Relay for Life, and our goal this year is to raise $15,000. To help us reach this goal, we will be hosting a 3rd Annual Charity Art Auction on March 21st, with hors d’oeuvres and refreshments, followed by a silent and live auction to display the artwork donated by our talented pharmacy students, faculty and staff, as well as our patrons.
We invite you to donate your artwork for our auction! Artwork is not limited and may include paintings, photography, ceramics, jewelry, and other handicrafts. For every piece of work donated, donors will receive $5 off of the event entry fee ($15). If interested, please contact Emily Belarski firstname.lastname@example.org for more details, and submit your artwork for our auction by January 17th.
October 15, 2013
Looking for a paid internship? Want to stay in Ann Arbor next summer and earn college credit at the same time?
The award-winning U-M Development Summer Internship Program (D-SIP) provides you with meaningful paid work, stimulating classes and great leadership development experiences. You’ll see firsthand how fundraising makes a difference at U-M, and learn how, as a development professional, you can help shape the world of tomorrow.
Work four days a week alongside top U-M development officials across the University.
Earn course credit through classes taught by U-M faculty, with guest presentations by key philanthropists and U-M leaders
Build your leadership credentials through networking, creating an online portfolio, and other professional development opportunities
D-SIP interns have gone on to great careers in philanthropy, business and beyond. The application deadline is Sunday, January 12, 2014.
To learn more and apply, please visit
October 5, 2013
Student help needed to design a professional and visually engaging 2-page questionnaire to help counselors manage sleep issues.
The document will be comprised of primarily words, but boxes, images, and outlines are also needed.
Deadline: October 24, 2013
Payment: $12.00 an hour
Please submit a projected number of hours to complete this project via email.
September 26, 2013
The City of Olathe is accepting Call for Sculpture Entries for the 2014 Downtown Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit.
This exhibit is open to all artists 18 years of age and older and all entries must be original work.
This year’s exhibit will be jurored by Porter Arneill, holds a Master’s degree in the fine art from the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. He has been the Director/Public Art Administrator for the Kansas City, Missouri Municipal Art Commission since 2002.
Artist may enter up to three works for consideration. There is a $10.00 entry fee and all entries must be received by January 6, 2014. The city is looking to exhibit larger pieces due to the locations. Awards: Artists will receive a $1500 honorarium for each work selected.