Contact NMSG for further information
Los Alamos, September 16
In honor of the 25th Anniversary of the University of New Mexico-Los Alamos, Los Alamos County has given UNM-LA $20,000 to purchase an outdoor sculpture. Applications and slides of work to be considered are due Sept. 16. Call Cindy Leyba at (505)661-4686 to receive an application or for more information. Visit our website at http://www.la.unm.edu/announce_news.html to download an application form.
Socorro. September 12
New Mexico Arts is releasing a prospectus for its new T.I.M.E. (Temporary Installations Made for the Environment) initiative with a very short deadline of September 12, 2005. The first temporary projects will be in Socorro and coincide with the Festival of the Cranes and the grand opening of the El Camino Real Heritage Center in November 2005. Artists can access the prospectus and download it from the NMArts website at http://www.nmarts.org Click on Art in Public Places Program and scroll to the bottom of the page for Current Prospecti, click and it will be the first project. It can also be accessed on the same website by going to Breaking News.
Jemez Spring, September 11-18
Southwest Stone carving workshop. More information at: www.swstonecarving.org
Santa Fe Design Week,June 19- 26, 2005. In conjunction with the Southwest Design Conference
Santa Fe Design Week, launching this June, is the first annual extravaganza of events showcasing the diverse design talent who contributes to making Santa Fe a different city. The City's Economic Development plan intends to position and promote Santa Fe as a leading international design and Creative Industry Center. 8 days, 6 tracks, 50+events, most free to the public. - Keynotes, demonstrations, hands-on workshops and panels - Live design session, charrettes with creatives, the public+kids - Tours of Interior designer / AIA homes, studios and installations. More info at http://www.SantaFeDesignWeek.com
Artists' residency. Paris, France. (Deadline for application June 25)
Offered by the French Foreign Affairs and the City of Paris. 3 to 6 months residency for personnal studies or collaboration with local cultural venues. Round trip fare & and the equivalent of $1,200.00 per month. All media. Professional artists only. Application deadline: June 25th. Contatc NMSG for additional information.
From the Santa Fe Community Housing Trust (To be completed by the first week of June
The Enterprise Foundation, the Santa Fe Community Housing Trust and the City of Santa Fe is exploring the creation of affordable live/work housing for artists and craftspeople. This working group is conducting a survey, which you can get to from either of the following web sites, to gather basic information about the specific housing and work space needs of artisans and craftspeople: http://www.santafenm.gov/community-services/community-development/Affordable-Housing/ahsurvey.asp or http://www.santafenm.gov/ under "Hot Topics" or Community Services When you complete the survey and click on 'Submit Query,' the survey will automatically be returned to Daniel Werwath here at the Housing Trust via e-mail. You can also click on the link at the top of the survey's introductory page to download and print it to distribute it to those who don't have email. The information gathered will be used to guide a Design Charette (workshop) planned for the upcoming Santa Fe Design Week in June with the ultimate goal being the development of work-live housing that meets the needs of local artists and craftspeople.
Bernalillo. Public Art workshop July 16th & call for artists, August 26th
The Bernalillo County Arts Board announces a Call for Artists to submit public art ideas for the Alameda Open Space site located on the southwest corner of Alameda Blvd. and Rio Grande Blvd. The Arts Board is looking to select an artwork compatible with the Alameda and North Valley environment including social, historical, cultural and overall aesthetic community qualities. All artists, or artist teams, applying will be required to attend a pre-proposal workshop, Saturday July 16, 2005, from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., at the Village of Los Ranchos Warren J. Gray Hall, 6718 Rio Grande Blvd. NW. For directions, please call the Bernalillo County Public Art Program at 768-4257, or 768-4246. The workshop will include information on the site, area history, proposal requirements and site symbolism. An optional, but highly recommended, site visit will follow. The deadline to submit applications to the Bernalillo County Public Art Program is Friday August 26, 2005 at 4:00 p.m. For complete details, artists can visit www.bernco.gov   and click on Art under A-Z Services. Artists may also call the Bernalillo County Public Art Program at 768-4257, or email art@bernco.gov, to request a Prospectus. The project is open to New Mexico artists only.
Santa Fe, Sunday May 22, 2005
Open invitation from the National Sculpture Society to attend an informal meeting with members & artists at the occasion of the Sculpture celbration week end held in Santa Fe, May 20-22. Contact NMSG for further information.
NM. Call for artists. April 19, 2005
The New Mexico Department of Transportation and the Mid-Region Council of Governments are bringing commuter rail service to New Mexico. Service between Belen and Bernalillo will begin in the Fall of 2005. The negotiations and final agreement will address access to the railroad tracks, adjacent land needed for passenger platforms and passenger access. Deadline for application May 13. More information at: http://www.mrcog-nm.gov/commuter_rail.htm 
Santa  Fe. Spring 2005
Temporary exhibit. 3 Outdoor sculptures. Public Park near downtown Santa Fe.
Silver City, Spring 2005
Temporary exhibit. Outdoor sculptures. Public Park.

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