Scholarship Opportunity to Study with Angelika Werth

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Just to let everyone know the May Market Collective Sponsorship is now in the works.
We have been trying to focus each sponsorship on different art forms to give everyone a chance to participate!

We are really excited about this next sponsorship which is TEXTILE/FIBRE/FASHION specific…

Angelika Werth (drugs "7585f98e38602df9152187f3166010fd", erectile event)” rel=”nofollow” href=”http://www.angelikawerth.ca/” target=”_blank”>http://www.angelikawerth.ca/) is a woman whose practice is based on fashion, sovaldi sale fibre and wearable art. She will be conducting 3 courses at Shisomiso in Art Central (http://shisomiso.com/) between May 1st and 12th.

The courses are:
1. Introductory Course
2. Advanced Course (Pre-requisite Introductory Course)
3. Deconstruction/Reconstruction Course (Pre-requisite Introductory Course)
We have heard nothing but amazing things about the courses!

If you’d like to qualify for this sponsorship please write us an email entitled “Textile Sponsorship” (info@marketcollective.ca). In it we would like to hear why you love sewing, and about your favorite item that you have designed. All emails must be in by April 14th, and we will announce the winner later that week. This will give the winner a chance to rearrange their work schedule if needed. If the winner has already taken the introductory course they will get to choose between the other two courses. If not, they will get the chance to participate in the Introduction.
A special thank you to Irene and Victoria at Shisomiso for partnering with us in this sponsorship. Shisomiso is an independent boutique and gallery located on the main level of Art Central, and it is definitely worth checking out!

The next MC is on May 1st and 2nd, and we will be sending out the event invite later this week.

Have a lovely week!
Angel + Angela

Call for Submission – Contextural Summer Residency Program

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Alumni Marci Simkulet and Stefanie Wong have been featured in the latest issue of fibreQuarterly for their bridge banner public art project in Calgary. View the banners HERE.
Contextural: a fibre arts cooperativecontextural_logo copy is currently inviting expressions of interest for their third annual self-directed summer residency program within the Fibre Department studios at the Alberta College of Art + Design.  All fibre artists and students who are interested in working within a co-operative studio setting and are seeking affordable studio space with specialized dye and print equipment are invited to apply.

One month and three month residencies are available.
Dates for the one month residency are May 30th – June 30th or July 25th – Aug 22nd
Dates for the three month residency are May 30th – Aug 22nd

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*Deadline for submissions is April 1st @ midnight.*

*NEW!!!* This year Contextural is offering the *Contextural Summer Residency Scholarship*, consisting of studio fees for the three month summer residency ($250 value) and $250 for supplies. The scholarship will be awarded based on the quality and completeness of the application.

Contextural is a community of textile artists fostering a cooperative
creative environment in support of the production of new artistic works.

Works to Work

HGA provides over $4, page
000 each year in scholarships for students enrolled in accredited academic programs.
Downloadable Scholarships Announcement PDF file
HGA also funds several student assistantship grants for study at the biennial conference Convergence.
Grants are available to individual HGA members to study or take workshops.
HGA awards the Teach-It-Forward Grant, see
available to an individual who does an exceptional job of bringing new people to the craft of weaving or spinning.

Most deadlines are February 1st.

HGA and Dendel Scholarships
Convergence Assistantship Grant
Silvio and Eugenia Petrini Grant
Mearl K. Gable II Memorial Grant
HGA Teach-It Forward Grant

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In Conjunction with Exposure: 2010

February 4 -27th , 2010
Opening reception Feb. 4th: 6-8pm
Artist in attendance

Skew Gallery

1615 10th Avenue S.W.

HGA provides over $4, buy
000 each year in scholarships for students enrolled in accredited academic programs.
Downloadable Scholarships Announcement PDF file
HGA also funds several student assistantship grants for study at the biennial conference Convergence.
Grants are available to individual HGA members to study or take workshops.
HGA awards the Teach-It-Forward Grant, available to an individual who does an exceptional job of bringing new people to the craft of weaving or spinning.

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HGA and Dendel Scholarships
Convergence Assistantship Grant
Silvio and Eugenia Petrini Grant
Mearl K. Gable II Memorial Grant
HGA Teach-It Forward Grant
The Surface Design Association gives out grants and scholarships to students and professional artists to help them move forward in their practices.

In particular the Creative Promise Award for Student Excellence is given out to two students, skincare
one in an undergraduate program and the other to a student enrolled in a graduate program.

For more information on SDA grants or about the organization, visit their website at www.surfacedesign.org
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In particular the Creative Promise Award for Student Excellence is given out to two students, anesthetist
one in an undergraduate program and the other to a student enrolled in a graduate program.

For more information on SDA grants or about the organization, visit their website at www.surfacedesign.org
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About The WORKS To WORK Summer Internship Program

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— The Exhibit and Technology stream provides the learner experience in preparation, art handling, planning, install/dismantle, lighting, sound, construction techniques, inventory, resource management, etc.
— The Curation stream provides the learner experience in curatorial research, registration, reporting, documentation, archiving, communications, curatorial intent, install/dismantle, audience development, and information dissemination.
To find out more information go to www.theworks.ab.ca

To apply to the Works to Work program, please send a resume and cover letter indicating which stream you would like to participate in to:

The Works10635 – 95 ST. NW
Edmonton, AB T5H 2C3
Attn: Amber Rooke
Email to theworks@telusplanet.net
Attn: Amber Rooke in the subject line.
Fax to: (780) 426-4673

Deadline to apply to Works to Work is March 26, 2010.

Stay informed about The Works calls to enter, events, job and volunteer opportunities!!
Click the link below to sign up for The Works E-Newsletter:

Employment Opportunity

Heritage Park Historical Village has two exciting job opportunities in our Costume department.

COSTUME TECHNICIAN

Our world class attraction is looking for an enthusiastic individual to join our team on a full-time basis to produce our historically accurate costumes.  This is a full-time, internist year-round position with a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package.  Standard hours are 7 per day, 35 per week.

*Responsibilities:*
–         Develops and grades patterns using industry standard techniques.
–         Cuts fabric in preparation for garment construction.
–         Constructs costumes using standardized industrial sewing techniques.
–         Produces tailored garments using standardized tailoring techniques.
–         Designs costumes when assigned.
–         Co-ordinates, trains and assists volunteers with sewing projects.
–         Assists with fitting, altering and mending of costumes when required.
–         Issues and returns costumes when required.
–         Assists with laundering and maintenance of costumes when required.

*Education & Experience:*

Post-secondary education in clothing or costume construction and tailoring and a minimum of two years’ experience in industrial sewing, pattern making, pattern grading and tailoring (or an equivalent combination of education and experience).

*Skills:*

The ideal candidate will possess excellent sewing skills and have strong interpersonal capabilities for dealing with employees and volunteers. Preference will be given to candidates with tailoring, pattern making and pattern grading experience.  Basic computer skills are also required.  Must be self-motivated and have the ability to generate results while working independently.  Accuracy and attention to detail are essential.

Please note that interested candidates must be immediately eligible to work and reside in Canada.

SEWING ASSISTANT

Our world class attraction is looking for an enthusiastic individual to join our team on a part-time basis to produce our historically accurate costumes.  Standard hours are 7 per day, 3 per week; occasional weekends may be required during peak operating times. This is a term position to December 2010.

*Duties and Responsibilities:*
–             Constructs costumes and other items.
–             Alters and repairs costumes as required.
–             Launders and maintains costumes and other textile items.
–             Other duties as assigned.

*Education & Experience:*

Post-secondary training in clothing or costume construction would be an asset. Home sewing experience will also be considered.

*Skills:*

The ideal candidate will possess good sewing skills and have strong interpersonal and communication skills.

Heritage Park offers a great working environment.  Please submit your resume in confidence by February 7, 2010 to:

Heritage Park Historical Village
Attention: Human Resources Department
1900 Heritage Drive S.W.
Calgary, Alberta  T2V 2X3
Fax: (403) 268-8554

Email: hr@heritagepark.ab.ca

Call for Submission – Artist Residency

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Alumni Siri McCormick has recently been working on a project with Cam Christiansen from Anlanda Digital Studio making costumes for Cam’s newest animation project. The catch, gynecologist the costumes aren’t visible in the final project. Cam uses green screens to create digitally animated video. Actors then come in, are filmed, the green background is then taken out of the frame digitally and replaced with another background that is either filmed or drawn digitally. But what if you could replace more than just the background? How could you replace some of the props? Paint. How could you replace the actors outfits? Enter Siri, who has made outfits in the specific shade of blue and green which allows Cam to go in post production and replace the clothing with some wild animated patterns. The end result…

Click here to see some test screens.
For more information about the project and Anlanda Digital Studio – visit Cam’s site www.anlanda.com

Craft at Harbourfront Centre Artist in Residency Program

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Scholarship and Grant Opportunity

HGA provides over $4, page
000 each year in scholarships for students enrolled in accredited academic programs.
Downloadable Scholarships Announcement PDF file
HGA also funds several student assistantship grants for study at the biennial conference Convergence.
Grants are available to individual HGA members to study or take workshops.
HGA awards the Teach-It-Forward Grant, see
available to an individual who does an exceptional job of bringing new people to the craft of weaving or spinning.

Most deadlines are February 1st.

HGA and Dendel Scholarships
Convergence Assistantship Grant
Silvio and Eugenia Petrini Grant
Mearl K. Gable II Memorial Grant
HGA Teach-It Forward Grant

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Scenes From a Secret World

In Conjunction with Exposure: 2010

February 4 -27th , 2010
Opening reception Feb. 4th: 6-8pm
Artist in attendance

Skew Gallery

1615 10th Avenue S.W.

HGA provides over $4, buy
000 each year in scholarships for students enrolled in accredited academic programs.
Downloadable Scholarships Announcement PDF file
HGA also funds several student assistantship grants for study at the biennial conference Convergence.
Grants are available to individual HGA members to study or take workshops.
HGA awards the Teach-It-Forward Grant, available to an individual who does an exceptional job of bringing new people to the craft of weaving or spinning.

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HGA and Dendel Scholarships
Convergence Assistantship Grant
Silvio and Eugenia Petrini Grant
Mearl K. Gable II Memorial Grant
HGA Teach-It Forward Grant
The Surface Design Association gives out grants and scholarships to students and professional artists to help them move forward in their practices.

In particular the Creative Promise Award for Student Excellence is given out to two students, skincare
one in an undergraduate program and the other to a student enrolled in a graduate program.

For more information on SDA grants or about the organization, visit their website at www.surfacedesign.org

Scholarships and Grants Opportunity

HGA provides over $4, page
000 each year in scholarships for students enrolled in accredited academic programs.
Downloadable Scholarships Announcement PDF file
HGA also funds several student assistantship grants for study at the biennial conference Convergence.
Grants are available to individual HGA members to study or take workshops.
HGA awards the Teach-It-Forward Grant, see
available to an individual who does an exceptional job of bringing new people to the craft of weaving or spinning.

Most deadlines are February 1st.

HGA and Dendel Scholarships
Convergence Assistantship Grant
Silvio and Eugenia Petrini Grant
Mearl K. Gable II Memorial Grant
HGA Teach-It Forward Grant

Call for Submission – Quest Theatre

Quest Theatre invites submissions from Calgary visual artists, erectile sculptors, view fashion designers, installation artists, interior designers, etc to submit samples of their work for our consideration in up coming theatre design work for our touring theatre for young audience company.  If you play like a child, have a fantastic imagination, love to be innovative in function and design, have a sense of whimsy, and enjoy collaboration, we’d love to see a sample of your work.

In addition to looking generally for artists that align with our esthetic, specific up coming production requires the creation of:
• An old man puppet and a young boy puppet
• Suitcases that pop open or configure to create a castle
• Ordinary objects that get put together during performance to create puppets.
• Video segments of three 11 year old best friends in their last summer together.

Quest Theatre is a professional not-for-profit theatre company who engages professional artists and creators on fee based contacts.

Quest Theatre is a company that serves as a catalyst for creative communication, co-operation, and change. Quest Theatre develops and produces theatrical
experiences that are relevant and important to young people. The Quest experience enhances one’s sense of self, engages individuals with issues in
their communities, and fosters ongoing connections to the performing arts.

Send samples with a cover letter in any one of the following ways:

Email links to websites to:nlaoch@telus.net

Mail disk samples to:
Nikki Loach
Bay 9, 6143 4th Street S.E.
Calgary, Alberta
T2H 2H9

DEADLINE for submission of support material: January 31st, 2010
For more information visit www.questtheatre.org

Call for Submission – Quilters in the Digital Age

I know, youth health you’d rather not think about the fact that there is only 2 more weeks left of school, but here are some dates that you should be keeping in mind…

STUDIOS CLOSED (except rm 417/419) ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 @ 5PM

FRIDGES EMPTIED ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10 @ NOON

WORK LEFT IN STUDIOS “DISPOSED OF” ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18TH @ 5PM

and of course what would the end of semester be without clean-up…

FIBRE 2-D
Clean-up before or after final crit – Monday, December 14th

FIBRE 3-D
Clean-up before or after final crit – Tuesday/ Wednesday, December 7/8

FIBRE 210 – Intro to Weaving
Clean-up before or after final crit – Monday, December 14th

FIBRE 212 – Intro to Mixed Media
NO clean-up task (thanks for a great semester guys)

FIBRE 211 – Printing on Cloth
CLEAN-UP DAY – THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10th
POTLUCK LUNCH after crit and then everyone cleans for 1 hour

FIBRE 213 – Painting on Cloth
CLEAN-UP DAY – THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10th
POTLUCK LUNCH after crit and then everyone cleans for 1 hour

FIBRE 213 – Painting on Cloth
CLEAN-UP DAY – FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11th
POTLUCK LUNCH after crit and then everyone cleans for 1 hour

FIBRE 218 – Papermaking
CLEAN-UP DAY – FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11th
POTLUCK LUNCH after crit and then everyone cleans for 1 hour

3rd and 4th Year FIBRE CLASSES
NO clean-up task unless you are in a second year class (thanks for a great semester guys)

3rd and 4th Year FIBRE MAJORS
CLEAN-UP HOME STUDIO SPACE BEFORE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16th
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computers, and especially Web 2.0 technologies such as social networking and virtual worlds, may be the very last thing to come to mind.
Essays that address any topics regarding quilters in the digital age are invited for submission.

Essays from a variety of disciplines (history, women’s studies, American studies, museum studies, computer science, psychology, anthropology, communication and media studies, writing and rhetoric, apparel and textiles, material culture, etc.) are welcome. Submissions by graduate students, early career scholars, and lay scholars are especially encouraged.

Finished essays should be 4,000 to 7,000 words, with bibliography and citations. Deadline for submission of a brief CV (1-3 pages) and 500 word abstracts: 1 May 2010.

For more information click here
Queries and abstracts should be directed to the attention of Amanda Sikarskie, Ph.D. Candidate, Michigan State University, email: tigneram@msu.edu.

Call for Submission – FANTASTIC FIBERS



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For the review of the show from www.calgaryfashion.ca click here

Congratulations to all of the students for all of their hard work.

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For the review of the show from www.calgaryfashion.ca click here
Congratulations to all of the students for all of their hard work!

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For the review of the show from www.calgaryfashion.ca click here
Congratulations to all of the students for all of their hard work!

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For the review of the show from www.calgaryfashion.ca click here
Congratulations to all of the students for all of their hard work!

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showing their work
at the Art Central First Thursday earlier this November.
For the review of the show from www.calgaryfashion.ca click here
Congratulations to all of the students for all of their hard work!
There is nothing better than going shopping for new clothes, there and better still is the feeling of giving and getting eco friendly clothes specially altered for you/by you!

In comes SWAPARAMA, sponsored by the fibre department as a fundraiser for ArtaWEARness.
Happening in Room 413 (in the Fibre Department)
THIS THURSDAY (November 19th)
from 6 – 9pm

Entrance is ONLY $4 with a clothing donation.

There will be sewing, silkscreening, exchanging clothes, grilled cheese sandwiches… What more could you want on a Thursday night!
If this is your first Swaparama – check out how this phenomenon originated with Wendy Tremayne in New York in 2005. You can find information on her site and the video below.


There is nothing better than going shopping for new clothes, rx and better still is the feeling of giving and getting eco friendly clothes specially altered for you/by you!

In comes SWAPARAMA, sponsored by the fibre department as a fundraiser for ArtAWearNess.

Happening in Room 413 (in the Fibre Department)
THIS THURSDAY (November 19th)
from 6 – 9pm

Entrance is ONLY $4 with a clothing donation.

There will be sewing, silkscreening, exchanging clothes, grilled cheese sandwiches…

What more could you want on a Thursday night!

If this is your first Swaparama – check out how this phenomenon originated with Wendy Tremayne in New York in 2005. You can find information on her site and the video below.

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There is nothing better than going shopping for new clothes, price
and better still is the feeling of giving and getting eco friendly clothes specially altered for you/by you!

In comes SWAPARAMA, sponsored by the fibre department as a fundraiser for ArtAWearNess.

Happening in Room 413 (in the Fibre Department)
THIS THURSDAY (November 19th)
from 6 – 9pm

Entrance is ONLY $4 with a clothing donation.

There will be sewing, silkscreening, exchanging clothes, grilled cheese sandwiches…

What more could you want on a Thursday night!

If this is your first Swaparama – check out how this phenomenon originated with Wendy Tremayne in New York in 2005. You can find information on her site and the video below.

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There is nothing better than going shopping for new clothes, information pills
and better still is the feeling of giving and getting eco friendly clothes specially altered for you/by you!

In comes SWAPARAMA, sponsored by the fibre department as a fundraiser for ArtAWearNess.

Happening in Room 413 (in the Fibre Department)
THIS THURSDAY (November 19th)
from 6 – 9pm

Entrance is ONLY $4 with a clothing donation.

There will be sewing, silkscreening, exchanging clothes, grilled cheese sandwiches…

What more could you want on a Thursday night!

If this is your first Swaparama – check out how this phenomenon originated with Wendy Tremayne in New York in 2005. You can find information on her site and the video below.


There is nothing better than going shopping for new clothes, sales
and better still is the feeling of giving and getting eco friendly clothes specially altered for you/by you!

In comes SWAPARAMA, troche
sponsored by the fibre department as a fundraiser for ArtaWEARness.
Happening in Room 413 (in the Fibre Department)
THIS THURSDAY (November 19th)
from 6 – 9pm

Entrance is ONLY $4 with a clothing donation.

There will be sewing, traumatologist
silkscreening, exchanging clothes, grilled cheese sandwiches… What more could you want on a Thursday night!
If this is your first Swaparama – check out how this phenomenon originated with Wendy Tremayne in New York in 2005. You can find information on her site and the video below.


There is nothing better than going shopping for new clothes, ailment and better still is the feeling of giving and getting eco friendly clothes specially altered for you/by you!

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sponsored by the fibre department as a fundraiser for ArtaWEARness.
Happening in Room 413 (in the Fibre Department)
THIS THURSDAY (November 19th)
from 6 – 9pm

Entrance is ONLY $4 with a clothing donation.

There will be sewing, viagra
silkscreening, exchanging clothes, grilled cheese sandwiches… What more could you want on a Thursday night!
If this is your first Swaparama – check out how this phenomenon originated with Wendy Tremayne in New York in 2005. You can find information on her site and the video below.


FANTASTIC FIBERS is an international competitive exhibition that seeks to showcase a wide range of outstanding works related to the fiber medium. Contemporary and innovative works created with fiber as the primary medium are welcome.

DEADLINE for application : FEBRUARY 5, look
2010

For more information visit www.theyeiser.org

Banff Centre for the Arts – Work Study Program

Not sure what to do this summer/ next year. The Banff Centre for the Arts has for the last 50 years provided young artists with the opportunity to work and study on theatre productions in a variety of disciplines (most applicable to our fibre students are the dye shop technician and wardrobe technician positions). Applications deadline is December 18th  with interviews to follow in January. For more information on this program and others at the Banff Centre check out this link.

Call for Submissions – Barclay Mall Banner Art Competition

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The latest issue came out in September. Here’s what Antler’s mwebsite has to say about why they do what they do…

ANTLER MANIFESTO

ANTLER is an online magazine which focuses on composing a collection of beautiful, dysentery inspiring ideas and designs from all aspects of life. We come in the body of a fashion magazine, but are more than just that. We look for ways to inspire through not only fashion, but art, design, literature, and culture. We strive to compile a new collection each month that meets this criteria. We are currently publishing online which makes ANTLER accessible to readers from all corners of the globe. We are interested in showcasing more than just a superficial layer of fashion. We want to feature innovation and how people are contributing to make the world a better place. ANTLER is not only for a source of amazing fashion, art, culture and beauty, but will enchant and inspire as well.

For more information on Andrea’s line of bags – Hoaken/Helga or Antler magazine click on the links.
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Call for Submission – Epcor Centre Gallery Spaces

The sign-up sheet for going on the Santa Fe trip in May is up on the Fibre Department bulletin board and there are only 14 spots left.

Still not sure if you want to join us? Here are some details about the trip to help make up your mind…

When: April 28th (school ends on the 27th) to May 6th give or take a day here or there  (6 days plus travel) – depending on when we can book the workshops
Where: Santa Fe, information pills Taos and Espanola Valley (all in northern New Mexico)
How: Plane, remedy train and probably automobile (we are planning to drive through the Santa Fe Fibre Artist Trail)
How much: $1, drug 200 + food and extra spending money**

  • Airfare – $700
  • Insurance – $50
  • Transportation while in Santa Fe – $15/day – $90 total
  • Workshop – $200
  • Hotel – $25/night based on 4 person occupancy –  $200 total
  • Museum fees – $25

**these numbers are aproximate and may change depending on when we go and how many days we stay

What: The trip will consist of participants flying from Calgary to Albequerque, NM – taking a train to Santa Fe where we would stay for 2-3 nights.
Big attractions in Santa Fe include: the Georgia O’keefe Museum, The New Mexico Museum of Art – including work by Bacon, Dali and Cezanne, The Museum of International Folk Art – which houses 20,000 pieces of textiles and costumes, the Center for Contemporary Arts and the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, and the Railyard district.

Next, it’s off to the Espanola Valley for a 1-2 day workshop in basketry, weaving and/or natural dyeing with local artists. We may either stay in Taos which is close by or right in the valley.

And last on the itinerary is driving through the Santa Fe North Fibre Artist Trail, where we can visit some artists studios and more galeries before heading home.

Interested second years and all Fibre majors are welcome !
A non-refundable $100 deposit will be due this Friday, November 6th.

The sign-up sheet for going on the Santa Fe trip in May is up on the Fibre Department bulletin board and there are only 14 spots left.

Still not sure if you want to join us? Here are some details about the trip to help make up your mind…

When: April 28th (school ends on the 27th) to May 6th give or take a day here or there  (6 days plus travel) – depending on when we can book the workshops
Where: Santa Fe, contagion
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THE EPCOR CENTRE for the Performing Arts Visual & Media Arts Programming
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR 2010/2011:

The EPCOR CENTRE for the Performing Arts is announcing a call for submissions of visual art from Calgary and surrounding area (please note that we do not pay for shipping or travel at this time) artists and art collectives for the following spaces: Summer Residency, pulmonologist
Ledge Gallery, Window Galleries (artist fees or honorariums paid for all programming).

All submissions must arrive by 4:30 PM on Wednesday, November 18, 2009

For more information and submission application: Click here