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Mt. Sequoyah seeks Director of Creative Spaces // City of Bentonville Invites Artists to Submit Proposals for New Public Artwork // Applications Open for Artists 360 Grants to Support Individual Artists

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Director of Creative Spaces, Mount Sequoyah Center (Fayetteville, AR)

Mount Sequoyah is seeking a part-time director of Creative Spaces. A destination for inspiration and connection, the Mountain provides a setting for contemplation, collaboration, and community engagement. Creative Spaces at Mount Sequoyah supports arts residencies, studio spaces, and public arts programming. Artists-in-residence and visitors alike will have access to a wide range of experiences and opportunities that will enhance a sense of connection to the arts and to their own creative potential. This position will be largely responsible for building and growing this program. Check out the full job description below.

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The Bentonville Public Art Advisory Committee (PAAC) and Visit Bentonville are seeking proposals for artwork in the public realm to expand art and culture throughout the community to reflect the growing artistic endeavors in Northwest Arkansas.

City of Bentonville

Call for Public Artwork in Bentonville

The Public Art Advisory Committee (PAAC) is seeking proposals for artwork at two locations in Bentonville. The first location is in northern Bentonville at the corner of Tiger Boulevard and NW A Street and is at the northeast corner of Park Springs Park. The second location is in southwest Bentonville inside the roundabout at the intersection of SW Bright Road and SW Gator Boulevard. The ideal art piece will enhance the intersections aesthetic, appeal to all ages, and represent Bentonville’s emerging artistic culture and diversity. Any artist is welcome to apply and collaborative proposals are welcome.

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Call for Public Artwork in Bentonville

The Public Art Advisory Committee (PAAC) is seeking proposals for artwork at two locations in Bentonville. The first location is in northern Bentonville at the corner of Tiger Boulevard and NW A Street and is at the northeast corner of Park Springs Park. The second location is in southwest Bentonville inside the roundabout at the intersection of SW Bright Road and SW Gator Boulevard. The ideal art piece will enhance the intersections aesthetic, appeal to all ages, and represent Bentonville’s emerging artistic culture and diversity. Any artist is welcome to apply and collaborative proposals are welcome.

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Artists 3 60 gives artists from the greater NW Arkansas area a platform to succeed and grow.

Supported by Mid-America Arts Alliance and Walton Family Foundation

Apply for Artists 3 60

Artists 3 60, a program in its second year, provides grant funding and professional development opportunities to individual artists (including student artists) of all disciplines in Northwest Arkansas. Practicing artists are eligible for $7,500 project grants, and $1,500 grants are available for student artists. All grants include learning opportunities to develop entrepreneurial skills and build sustainable careers, creating a network of leading regional artists. Last year, 20 artists were selected to receive grants.

Artists of all disciplines are encouraged to apply including Visual, Performing, Traditional Arts, and Literary. Applications are open until July 8th, 2019.

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