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2016 Governor's Awards for the Arts & Humaniities
The Governor’s Awards pay tribute to the most distinguished citizens and organizations that have demonstrated a lifetime commitment to work in the arts and humanities in Georgia. Nominations for 2016 Awardees are now being accepted. THE DEADLINE IS JULY 11, 2016.
The Governor's Awards for the Arts & Humanities honor outstanding individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to Georgia's civic and cultural vitality through excellence and service to the arts and humanities. To learn more visit the Governor's Awards page here.
The Art of Georgia II: Portraits of Community
Georgia Council for the Arts in collaboration with the Office of the Governor, is pleased to announce a call for entries for The Art of Georgia II: Portraits of a Community. This second iteration of the exhibit follows the inaugural Art of Georgia: Celebrating Georgia’s Landscapes and People. The Art of Georgia II: Portraits of a Community seeks to capture the uniqueness of communities throughout Georgia as seen, explored, and depicted through the artist’s eye. Two-dimensional visual art, in a variety of media, exploring this theme will be considered. Exhibits are organized by region of the state. To review the guidelines and find out when your county is eligible to submit work, read the submission guidelines.
For an ongoing and updated list of residency opportunities and application deadlines visit the Alliance of Artists Communities.
Calls for Entries
GCA publishes all calls for artist submissions that come to us on our FaceBook page. Please follow us on FB to stay informed.
South Arts: For a list of artist opportunities in the South, visit our regional partner South Arts http://www.southarts.org/resources/for-individual-artists/
Georgia Council for the Arts does not endorse or recommend any specific opportunities but provides this list for information only. Individuals and organizations are encouraged to research each opportunity thoroughly before submitting information, following any specific advice or acting on recommendations.