Alabama Council On The Arts

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Alabama Council On The Arts
Alabama Council On The Arts is listed in the Schools Academic Secondary & Elementary category in Montgomery, Alabama. Displayed below is the only current social network for Alabama Council On The Arts which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Alabama Council On The Arts on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 71.

Contact information for Alabama Council On The Arts is:
201 Monroe St
Montgomery, AL 36104
(334) 242-4076
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Alabama State Council on the Arts shared Alabama Clay Conference's album.
Check out some of the photos from the 32nd Annual Alabama Clay Conference, which was held Feb. 16-19 in Birmingham. The three main presenters were Kenneth Baskin, Cheryl Tall and Tony Clennell. Make sure to like the Alabama Clay Conference page to keep up with the latest information about future conferences and professional development opportunities. ALCC33 will be held in Montgomery in February 2018.
Photos by Elliot Austin Knight #ALCC2017

Calling Alabama Visual Artists:Check out this amazing opportunity. This is separate from and in addition to the ASCA Artist Fellowship applications that are also due March 1. Applications for the Southern Prize from our friends at @southarts are open for only two more weeks! They are offering visual artists up to $30,000 in cash prizes and a residency at @HambidgeCenter. http://www.southarts.org/individual-artists/southern-prize-artist-fellowships/
Overview Guidelines Apply The South Arts Southern Prize and State Fellowships acknowledge, support and celebrate the highest quality artistic work being created in the American South. The program will be open to individual artists living in the South Arts region: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky,...

Alabama State Council on the Arts updated their cover photo.
Rural Studio: Alabama Design I Build Projects January 24, 2017 - March 24, 2017 This exhibition of photography and architectural models represent projects produced by Rural Studio, a design | build program of Auburn University. Among projects represented here are three projects devoted to Perry Lakes, located near Marion, Alabama: Bathrooms, Birding Tower and Pavilion. Other projects include the Antioch Baptist Church in Perry County and the Newbern Fire Station. Additionally, a short film that was produced for the 2016 Venice Biennial is playing in the gallery to give visitors a more nuanced understanding of the scope of Rural Studio’s work and the philosophies that guide their work.

THE UCROSS FOUNDATION RESIDENCY PROGRAM is currently accepting applications for residencies of 2-6 weeks. Located on a 20,000 acre working cattle ranch in the foothills of Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains, the Foundation provides individual workspace, living accommodations, uninterrupted time and the experience of the historic High Plains landscape to selected writers, artists, and composers working in all disciplines. There is no charge for room, board, or studio space. The quality of an applicant’s work is given primary consideration in the review process; individuals from all stages of their professional careers are invited to apply. At any one time there are typically 10 individuals in residence. Facilities include 4 VISUAL ART STUDIOS, one with an Elephant etching press, 4 WRITER’S STUDIOS, 2 COMPOSER’S STUDIOS, each with an electronic keyboard and baby grand piano. There is also a large LOFT SPACE suitable for dance and theatre collaborations. Applications submitted online. Application fee: $40.00. NO CHARGE FOR A RESIDENCY. Contact rsalvatore@ucross.org or call 307-737-2291. www.ucrossfoundation.org
The mission of Ucross Foundation is to foster the creative spirit of deeply committed artists and groups by providing uninterrupted time, studio space, living accommodations, and the experience of the majestic High Plains while serving as a good steward of its historic 20,000-acre ranch.

Remember that March 1 is the deadline for applications in the Artist Fellowship and Arts and Cultural Facilities programs. If you have questions, contact: Elliot Knight for Visual Arts Fellowships Yvette Jones-Smedley for Performing Arts Fellowships Anne Kimzey for Literary Arts Barbara Edwards for Arts Administration Fellowships Deb Boykin for Design Fellowships and Cultural Facilties applications.