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April 25, 2012

Washington, DC -- The National Endowment for the Arts is pleased to welcome Michael Orlove as its new director of presenting and artist communities. Orlove has extensive experience organizing performing arts events, most recently as the director of music programs for the Chicago Office of Tourism and Culture. Previously, he spent 18 years as senior program director for the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs. He will join the NEA staff on May 7, 2012.

"Michael Orlove is a dynamic...

April 22, 2012

Next to the big green house on the hill at 501 N. Seventh St. in Martins Ferry, a small stand of trees stretches to the sky out of a makeshift wishing well. The "well" is constructed of corrugated steel and has a rusty metal frame, a symbol of both the whimsy and industry of the homeowner, the late Mitch Wozniak.

Today, Wozniak's 23-year-old granddaughter, other family members and friends are renovating the 100-year-old home. Fresh out of art school in St. Louis, Siena Baldi and Sylva...

Artists from Greater Pittsburgh are encouraged to apply for Fall 2012 residencies at The MacDowell Colony. Two artists accepted from the region will receive Heinz Endowments Fellowships, which underwrite all costs of MacDowell residencies for up to two months. The application deadline is April 15 for residencies occurring between October 1, 2012 and January 31, 2013.

At MacDowell, artists receive unlimited use of a private studio building, three meals a day, living accommodations, and...

April 03, 2012

Applications and guidelines are now available for the 2012-13 Con Edison Musicians' Residency!

http://exploringthemetropolis.org/musicians-residency/

The residency provides free space in cultural and community facilities for composition work. This year, eight NYC-based composers will be selected for residence in four facilities. Composers...

Since 2003, the Joyce Foundation has commissioned 32 new works from artists of color in Chicago, Cleveland, Indianapolis, Detroit, Milwaukee and Minneapolis/St. Paul. In those ten years, Joyce Award recipients have flourished both nationally and within their communities. After 10 successful years, the Joyce Awards are changing the way communities interact with art again.

In recognition of the fact that art is happening everywhere, all the time, the Joyce Awards will now support the...