Monday, April 28, 2008
Greenville County Museum of Art
Greenville, SCFor information (864)271-7570
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Columbia Museum of ArtColumbia, SCFor information 803.343.2208 E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sunday, April 27, 2008
If you have ever felt called to do something special with your talent, let this be it. Our Nursing Center is part of Lowman Home which is part of the Lutheran Ministry. We make our calendars a month in advance, so we are really looking for performers for the summer months. A great opportunity for young people to perform during the summer break and keep up their practice. If you would like to perform or want more information, please put "Talent Volunteer" in the subject line; email Jean by clicking here.
Thank you for your support.
Education: HS diploma minimum
Driving: Valid Driver's License
Age: At Least 18 years old
Citizenship and Social Security Card
For the job, you will need to have a dependable car and car insurance, reliable internet access, an email address, a telephone and the ability to (or learn to) read a planogram. Our reporting system is web based so it would be best if you have your own computer although computer work is minimal, email is our main mode of communication.
You can wear tennis shoes and jeans, but you must wear company provided polo shirt and name badge. No shorts, capris, tank tops, t shirts or dresses. You must be able to lift groceries usually no more than 20 pounds but often times over head or lift from floor level onto a ladder. Must be able to balance on a small ladder and carry packages to top stock. Must be comfortable working from a short ladder, while moving items or attaching merchandise labels. The job does require some cleaning, kneeling, bending over, stooping, stretching and the ability to see behind the front line of display and move groceries as needed to line up and create an attractive display.
A pleasant personality goes along way in this position as we do interact with store management on a daily basis and with consumers in the store. We offer a good hourly pay and mileage.
If you live anywhere in the Augusta, GA or Aiken, SC areas and are interested in these part time positions, please send your resume via email with your complete contact info, put job applicant Augusta in subject and Click here to apply.
ArtsTeach is looking for qualified teaching artists for its North Carolina Wolf Trap and ArtStart programs. Teaching Artists must:
1) have a strong artistic background in the performing or visual arts;
2) a minimum of two years experience as a teaching artist, working with school-age children;
3) be committed to working in an interdisciplinary environment;
4) be professional in demeanor, appearance, and approach; and
5) be willing to travel throughout Charlotte-Mecklenburg for programs, in addition to other qualifications.
Specific qualifications vary according to each program, click here for more details. Interested individuals must submit an application that includes supplemental materials and be willing to audition by presenting a sample lesson plan. Teaching artists are contracted personnel of ArtsTeach, contracted on an annual basis. Compensation varies according to each program’s fee schedule and number of residencies assigned. Interested applicants must attend an Information Meeting, Tuesday, May 29, 2008 from 4 - 5:30 PM, at Spirit Square, 345 N. College Street, Charlotte, NC 28202. For questions or to RSVP for the Information Meeting, contact us at (704) 333-1059. Deadline for applications: May 16, 2008
Tuesday, April 22, 2008
Friday, April 18, 2008
Rhett Anders, the brainchild behind the event (along with Columbia Design League) led the intros for the evening. Before the show could begin; he instructed all the audience to say as loud as we could "Hey Bitch". The audience followed suit and out come the well known movie star and diva "Lady Chablis" as entertainment. She performed several dance numbers and a few extra dollar bills slid her way, by enthusiastic fans. (clearly they had seen her before!) The outfit I liked the best was a faded denim ensemble worn for the recycled show. It was ripped and torn and adorned with fringe and layered. The top was a midriff bearing crop top. I'd like to know who designed that outfit. I loved it!
The wonderful collection of designs we saw included many beautiful dresses in all lengths. A very southern plantation style dress was made with wine soaked coffee filters, designed by Matthew Mattox and worn by Tamara Greig for a stunning look. I also liked one of the designs by Bohumila Owensby and worn with attitude by professional model Ashley Bennett made out of soda cans and tabs.
One that was great looking and clearly had a lot of work was designed and worn by Jillian Owens. She was in the top 10, which is an honor but she deserved much more!!! The audience voting for the top 6 was a little confusing; she clearly had the loudest applause. But the background music was loud and it didn't get through to the stage that the audience wanted her to be in the top 6. A whole bunch of people booed when she was eliminated because it was a big mistake. Her dress was made from several old prom dresses and romance novels. It was a very elegant looking dress and her hair was really cool too. Girl; who's your hairstylist?? Loved the overall look!
Paige Haggard was funny talking about her design made of Beer caps. She told the audience "this is from a lot of nights getting hammered both literally and figuratively!" If there were an award for most interesting quote of the night; that would be it!!!
As for most professional in every sense of the word, my vote goes to Jeremy Thomas as designer and model. What makes a look really successful, besides looking good, it should be something people will want to buy and wear. Jeremy's outfit had a great look made with towels, curtains and window blinds and it is a very marketable look. If I had been the judge he would have won Number 1 and Jillian Owens would have won Number 2. BTW, I do not know any of the designers or the models in this show.
Anyway, bitches...that's all I have to say. You'll have to google the internet for photos. I only had my cell phone camera and they didn't come out that good. I am looking forward to the event again next year.
Friday, April 11, 2008
This facility will constitute an adaptive reuse of a former big box retail store, and will house the municipal court and also provide space for a police substation. The footprint of the facility is 108,000 square feet, and is sited on a high elevation near the interstate highway (IH-35) in north central Austin. The scope of this project is to provide 66,000 square feet of renovated space to accommodate visitors and staff of both the municipal court and police substation. The facility will be located within the St. Johns neighborhood of Austin, at IH-35 and St. Johns. The project is a “design-build,” with the design manual expected to be finished to go out for bid by late spring 2008.
The artwork opportunities for this facility are open, and the artist will be an integral part of the design team working on this project. Multi-media, digital media and other innovative approaches are encouraged.
All applicants must submit their statement of intent and qualifications through the Application System for Austin Public Art (ASAP!) online system. The system may be accessed by visiting the Art in Public Places homepage, at www.cityofaustin.org/aipp, and clicking on the ASAP! logo. The deadline for submissions is Friday, May 2, 2008, at midnight.
Questions: Meghan Turner, AIPP Coordinator (512) 974-9314, or Meghan.Turner@ci.austin.tx.us
Thursday, April 10, 2008
Art in the Shop is seeking artists interested in showing at the Tenth Annual Art in the Shop. This unique venue is located at the Shop, in Bethlehem NC, studio of metal artist Richard Sinclair. The area is a fairly level grassy six-acre area with plenty of free customer parking. The show encompasses artwork of all varieties, but is fast becoming a fantastic venue for folk and outsider artists. Also featured will be bonsai, sculpture, paintings, photography, jewelry, pottery, garden art and much, much more. We are only looking for quality artwork and fine crafts. Booth space for the event is $40.00 for a 10’ x 10’ space. Booths are spaced so there are at least two customer accessible sides. All artwork must be original in design, absolutely no kits accepted. Art in the Shop 2008 is Saturday October 4, 2008 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and will be held, rain or shine, at The Shop located at 274 Bobby Godfrey Lane, Taylorsville NC. Art in the Shop is also seeking persons or organizations interested in volunteering in several areas and/or sponsoring the music stage. Music stage sponsors will be promoted. A raffle will be held to benefit Full Circle Arts, a Hickory area not for profit Artist Cooperative. Interested persons should contact Barbara Sinclair at 828 632 0106 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please check out the website for more information. www.artintheshop.net
Tuesday, April 8, 2008
On Saturday April 12th, the Elmwood Park Tour of Homes will show the work of Alicia Leeke and Ellen Baskins and other artists also.
On Saturday April 19th, the West Columbia 2nd Annual Riverwalk Music Festival will be held in the parking lot across from Orleans Restaurant beside the park at the Gervais St. bridge which connects Columbia with West Columbia. Artists participating are Jean Ehler of Hillview Art and Ellin Baskins of West Columbia, along with other visual artists. The event will run from 2 to 9 PM. come out for good music and good art at the Riverwalk in West Columbia SC.
On Sunday April 20th, The Back Porch Studios on 6729 Ste E Two Notch Rd. Columbia, SC will be hosting a Welcome Reception to Ilona Royce Smithken, NYC and Provincetown, MA artist. (Ilona is the red head in the photo, I am the one with the hat) Ilona was star of the "Painting with Ilona" and "Ilona's Palette" SCETV shows which aired here in SC. We have the regular group of "Back Porch Painters" along with the "Back Porch Studio Potters" and Sculptors. We will honor our Guest of Honor and have her artwork available for sale as well as the artwork of our group artists during the reception. Come on out Sunday April 20th from 3-5 PM and meet the world famous Ilona!!! The event is sponsored by impressionistic artist and photographer Sandra Stork Phaup.
Ilona Royce Smithken will be teaching Oil Painting Impressionism classes at the home of Sandra Phaup. Classes run for 2 weeks and you can pick one week, two weeks or whatever days will work for you. Start Mon. April 21 to Fri. April 25 and April 28 to May 2, 2008. Please contact Sandra Phaup for further details at 803-787-9617.
Sat. and Sun. May 3rd and 4th Open Studios at 6729 Suite E Two Notch Rd. Columbia, SC Saturday 10-4 and Sun 12-4 featuring the entire cast and crew of the Back Porch Painters and the Back Porch Studio Potters and Sculptors. Featuring some of your favorite artists, such as Jean Ehler of Hillview Art, Sandra Phaup, Kevin Smith, Jean Bourque, Paul Moore and Christy Aitken, Allen Hobbs, Judy Boepple, Sheila Watts, Denby Singley Gorman, Joan Davis, Dr. R. M. Maderas and many others.
All events are in Columbia, SC unless otherwise noted.
Jean Bourque art now showing at Enchanted Forest Gallery on Meeting St West Columbia, SC. Open 11-3 Tues to Fri. and by appointment.
Jean Bourque art showing at Palmetto GBA, a division of BC/BS.
Jean Bourque art at Richland Memorial Hospital second floor.
Jean Bourque art at Starbuck's on Gervais St. Now until ?
Jean Bourque Art at The Back Porch Studio Gallery 6729 Ste E Two Notch Rd. beside Very's Restaurant, a block or so from Columbia Place Mall, towards town. Open Tuesdays only 11-4 PM except during special shows or by appointment.
Jean Bourque art at Prince St in NYC at Ward Nasse Gallery.
Jean Bourque showing art in the UK at Saatchi Gallery.
Jean Bourque website at http://www.jeanbourque.com/
Photo of Jean Bourque and Ilona Royce Smithken; photographer Jean Ehler.
Sunday, April 6, 2008
Within His Star: The Story of Levi Pearson"
"Sunday, April 6, 2008, Columbia, South Carolina – A Renaissance woman, Poetess and Songstress, Eboniramm now embarks on a new career as the Author/Editor of Within His Star: The Story of Levi Pearson.
Eboniramm was born in Manning, S.C. and is a descendant of the Gullah culture of South Carolina’s Low Country. She is a Vocalist; however, her full resume reflects the talents of a true Renaissance woman, as Poet, Vocalist, Educator and now Author.
This debut book is about her great-grandfather, Mr. Levi Pearson, who was a civil rights pioneer. In 1947, Mr. Pearson filed a groundbreaking court case against Clarendon County, South Carolina that sought to obtain bus transportation for the county’s Black public school children. This case ultimately laid the groundwork for the historic 1954, school desegregation case, Brown vs. The Board of Education. Her book title comes from a comment Dr. Benjamin E. Mayes made in reference to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during his eulogy. The voice and tone of the book shows Mr. Pearson’s strong faith and commitment to do the best he could for his family and community. These are lessons we could all learn from to build our own character and community today.
The life of her great-grandfather has always been an inspiration to Eboniramm, as his courage and dedication show his willingness to, “sacrifice so much to obtain simple justice.” So, on Mother’s Day 2005, she embarked on her own personal journey of discovery as she sat at the kitchen of her grandparent’s home listening to her grandfather, Mr. Ferdinand Pearson Sr., share the story of his father, which she now brings to the public at large through the book, Within His Star.
For additional information call, Sufia Giza at 803.738.1060 or to schedule a book signing, please contact Eboniramm at 803.665.7036 or she can be reached by email at email@example.com."
This info was provided to artsails1 by Eboniramm via email and has been copied verbatim. It was provided to her by "SANKOFA Publicity, Columbia, S.C. 29205."
Saturday, April 5, 2008
on Sunday night April 13th from 7 to 9 PM at 1530D Main St. Columbia, SC.
(This is the former Jammin' Java cafe.) Eboniramm featured vocalist, Lauren Meccia on Sax, and Reggie Sullivan on Bass. Sponsored by Main Street Jazz.
"Eboniramm's rich voice combined with her poetic language brings music to life in unique styles. Her love of communicating saturates her performance." - Susan Audé.
Columbia Opens Studios 2008 participants:
Nancy K. Butterworth
Allan H. Hobbs!!
Judy Bolton Jarrett
One Eared Cow Glassblowers
Mike Van Houten
A Juried Art Competition for SC Artists Deadline for entries– April 30, 2008
1. Artist full name, address, phone number and email address
2. Title of each work of art on that CD
3. Date, price, dimensions and medium
A completed entry form, the CD and image list, an artist statement and/or resume (one page max), and the entry fee(s) should be mailed to
Sandlapper Art & Frame
711 E. Main Street, Suite M
Lexington, SC 29072