Monday, December 4, 2023

Are You Blossoming?

Spring is truly upon us, although considerable snowfall has just made a guest appearance. Now is a time of rebirth for the natural world – something that can be echoed in your art career. Seek out opportunities and let your practice blossom. Breathe in new inspiration and give life to fresh work. Here are a few opportunities to get you on your way to a beautiful, blooming season.

Artists in northeast Ohio are invited to apply for the Cleveland Arts Prize. Established by the Women’s City Club in 1960, the CAP is the nation’s oldest municipal arts award with five unrestricted $10,000 prizes available. For more information and to apply, visit the website. Deadline for applications is May 1.

Applications for CultureHub’s residency program are currently live. This residency in either New York or Los Angeles serves as a catalyst for risk-taking and discovery. CultureHub supports artists creating work through experimentation with emerging tech. For more information and to apply, visit the website. Deadline for submissions is May 1.

The Mirante Xique-Xique Research Residency in Chapada Diamantina, Brazil is currently open for registration. This mountaintop residency is intended for those interested in arts, architecture, cuisine and environmental studies from a research point of view. For more information, visit the website. Deadline for registration is May 1.

Praxis Center is your perennial guide. At every step along your artistic path, we are by your side with skills and resources to keep you growing and your career in bloom. When you join Praxis, you gain full access to our suite of courses, our experts who are ready with tools and advice on everything from connecting with galleries to managing your time and a community of like-minded and supportive peers. Why not give Praxis a try today and see how far it takes you.

Brainard Carey is an author, artist and educator. He is the director of Praxis for Aesthetics. He has written six books for artists, most recently Making it in the Art World.


Photo credit: Danielle Pereira

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