NOVEMBER 2023 ARTIST OPPORTUNITIES
FAITH COORDINATING CENTER AT WAKE FOREST SCHOOL OF DIVINITY LEARNING IT TOGETHER – REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
APPLICATION DEADLINE NOVEMBER 6, 2023, BY 11:59 CST
Faith institutions in the Southern U.S. have long been a cornerstone in African American communities in the Southern United States not only for spiritual and religious guidance, but social change and movements to address racial equity, economic disparities, voting rights, and housing conditions. More recently, faith institutions have begun to address health promotion and disease prevention including HIV/AIDS. The purpose of this funding opportunity is to advance the ability for a diverse array of congregations, including Christian churches, synagogues, mosques, and temples, to develop programs and initiatives or conduct research in their local religious communities that promote positive faith and health outcomes, specifically in the area of HIV.
Wake Forest University School of Divinity is seeking faith partners to initiate programs to respond to the HIV crisis in the South by shifting narratives away from stigma toward healing and life-enhancing possibilities for those impacted by HIV/AIDS. Our aim is to collaborate with Christian and interfaith partners, create inclusive faith spaces (virtual and/or in-person) for LGBTQ persons and people living with HIV, and educate emerging faith leaders who will impact how communities respond to HIV/AIDS in the future.
The Learning It Together Artists Cohort will provide funding of up to $10,000 for non-profit organizations (or fiscally sponsored artist) to support the creation and amplification of arts-based projects centered around faith to help reduce stigma and aid in changing the perception of HIV/AIDS in the south. The Faith Coordinating Center will provide potential opportunities for amplification in collaboration with GLAAD and other local, statewide and national media outlets.
We are seeking to fund creative projects that facilitate the creation of inclusive and healing faith (virtual and/or in-person) for LGBTQ persons and people living with and affected by HIV.
Completed proposals are due via the COMPASS Initiative® website (www.gileadcompass.com) by 11:59 PM Central Standard Time, Monday, November 6, 202
THE GREENSBORO SOUND ARTIST CO-OP
INFORMATIONAL SESSION ON NOVEMBER 6, 2023
The Greensboro Sound Artist Co-Op will be hosting an information session for interested artists who want to attend the 2024 Folk Alliance International conference for the first time. They will share information on how our community can register, how to apply for scholarships to cover registration fees, how to reserve a spot in our room, and how to book other showcases during the conference.
The Greensboro Sound Co-Op will host a showcase room, featuring artists from the Piedmont Trial Region at the 2024 Folk Alliance International Conference, February 2024, Kansas City MO.
NORTH CAROLINA JUSTICE CENTER: ARTIST, HEALTH ADVOCACY PROJECT
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS AND CALL FOR ARTISTS
APPLICATION DEADLINE NOVEMBER 8, 2023
The NC Justice Center is asking for artist help with the education and outreach efforts to enroll more than 600,000 North Carolinians into Medicaid expansion!
For the last decade, the Health Advocacy Project of the NC Justice Center has been dedicated to advocating for the expansion of Medicaid, which allows for more than 600,000 North Carolinians with low incomes to be newly eligible for comprehensive and affordable healthcare.
With December 1, 2023, as the launch date for our state’s Medicaid expansion program, we are seeking a visual/graphic artist who can illustrate/design a visually compelling zine to educate North Carolinians with low incomes about the opportunity to sign-up for Medicaid. The zine will be used as an outreach and educational material that can be distributed to community members across the state. We would like this resource to be distributed at syringe access programs, food banks, homeless shelters, and any other community space where people who are likely to be eligible for Medicaid expansion frequent.
Printed copies of the zine will be provided free of charge to community-based organizations and available for download online.
Preference will be given to artists who can complete the zine within a 4-week time period.
A total of $5,000 is available for the artist’s time, including planning and feedback meetings with the NC Justice Center staff responsible for overseeing this proposal and zine design.
The zine will be a public resource that is available free of charge and free of copyright. The zine will be available as a free downloadable resource for community-based organizations to access. The zine will be wholly attributed as the original work of the selected artist.
Materials must be submitted by November 8, 2023, via email to the attention of Hyun Namkoong, Deputy Director of the N.C. Justice Center’s Health Advocacy Project at firstname.lastname@example.org. A confirmation email will be sent to all artists.
NOVANT HEALTH CALL TO ARTISTS
FOR NOVANT HEALTH ART CATALOG SITE
EXTENDED APPLICATION DEADLINE NOVEMBER 30, 2023
Novant Health seeks regional artist submissions for the internal Art Catalog Site, specifically artist in the greater Winston-Salem area. We are looking for art that is calming, beautiful, uplifting and offers a sense of hope and healing for our patients, visitors, and team members.
Novant Health’s Design and Construction Team Project Managers will select final images to be included on the virtual catalog site for Team Members hosted by Hampton House/Commercial Framing. All works selected will be watermarked for display on the password protected website. Artwork selected by Team Members for a Novant Health location will then enter into a single-use license contract with Hampton House/Commercial Framing (artists will not receive compensation until work is selected to be used in a specific location).
Contact Blair Deen at email@example.com or Mark Hampton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see attachment “Call for Art Instruction – NH Artwork Catalog – Greater Winston Salem Market – Extended Deadline”
CAMP KOOL KREATIV - PART TIME PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR
CAMP KOOL KREATIV 2024 is SEEKING a Part-time Program Administrator (Nov. 2023 - July 2024: possibility of renewal), under the supervision of the Program Director/Creator, Judith Saxton.
Hours are flexible: maximum of 10 hours/week leading up to the camp. Camp Kool Kreativ 2024 is TWO 4-day, morning summer camps for students age rising 3 – 5 grades featuring Music, Mindfulness, Movement and Art.
Please see attachment “Camp Kool Kreativ ADMIN position”.
ARTS COUNCIL OF WINSTON-SALEM & FORSYTH COUNTY, FUNDED BY DONORS OF THE SHALLOW FORD FOUNDATION, IS HOSTING ART PROGRAMS IN LEWISVILLE