Category: Opportunities

Summer Teaching Positions Available

Rewarding & Enjoyable Summer Teaching Jobs

Teach Reading Classes to Students of All Ages

Now Accepting Applications for Summer 2020

The Institute of Reading Development offers summer reading skills programs in partnership with the continuing education departments of more than 100 colleges and universities nationwide. Since 1970, the Institute’s teachers have helped over 3 million students master valuable reading skills and develop a lifelong love of reading.  Programs designed by the Institute give students the right skills, books, and experiences that result in greater success in school and beyond.

We are currently hiring hard-working, encouraging people with a passion for reading to teach our summer programs. As an Institute teacher you will:

  • Earn up to $8,000 in one summer. Our full-time teachers typically earn $550-$700 per week.
  • Improve your teaching skills and confidence during our comprehensive, paid training program.
  • Gain over 400 hours of classroom teaching experience with a variety of age groups from 4-year-olds to adults.
  • Help your students become successful readers with a love of great books.

We are seeking applicants from any academic discipline. All applicants must have an undergraduate degree or higher in their field before the start of our teaching season.

Successful Institute teachers:

  • Have strong reading skills and read for pleasure
  • Are responsible and hard-working, with good communication and organizational skills
  • Will be patient and supportive with students

Learn more about teaching for us and apply today: Summer Teaching Jobs

 

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MNCH, Anthony Hudson/Carla Rossi Presentation

On Wednesday, Feb. 19, at 5:30 p.m., UO students are invited to join drag clown and Grand Ronde Tribal member Anthony Hudson/Carla Rossi for an interactive talk about the herstory of drag, drag in media, and secrets to creating the perfect drag character! This event is only open to UO students. More information can be found here:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1044542715908932/

On Thursday, Feb. 20, at 6:00 p.m., Carla/Anthony presents On Art, Camp, and Human Sacrifice (A Lecture). Laugh along as Carla lampoons the realm of art theory, then join in a Q&A after Anthony takes over from underneath the clown makeup. This talk is included with regular admission and free for museum members and UO ID card holders. For more info, visit our website at mnch.uoregon.edu/learn/evening-talks.

Both of these presentations are cosponsored by the University of Oregon Office of the President, UO LGBT Education and Support Services, University of Oregon Department of Art, and University of Oregon Department of the History of Art and Architecture, with additional support from Carolee von Shillagh.

UO All-Campus Academic Advising Association: Hiring Student Coordinator for UO Common Reading

UO Common Reading is seeking a Student Coordinator.  Please encourage any student who you think may be interested to learn more and apply at https://fyp.uoregon.edu/work-common-reading.

Deadline: Wednesday February 26th, 2020, 11:59pm

Questions can be directed to Willow Hamilton, First Year Programs Advisor, at willowh@uoregon.edu or 541-346-2896.

Sunday Afternoons Artist Series Trucker Contest Information

Sunday-Afternoons-Artist-Series-Trucker-Contest-Flyer

All of the submission rules, instructions, and guidelines can be found on the website link on the flyer (https://www.sundayafternoons.com/post/artist-series-contest/) and we’re accepting submissions now through the end of March.

If you’re not familiar with our company, we’re a family-owned hat company based out of Southern Oregon. You can find our hats in REI, Dick’s Sporting Goods, West Marine, and many other shops domestically and internationally in 51 countries! We have a great video about the company that can be found here: https://www.sundayafternoons.com/post/our-story/

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Open Call for Painting for Exhibit Opportunity, Deadline February 22

Calling all current-student painters! Send us your best work in for a chance to be included in a week-long, juried show at Lewis & Clark College that will be part of the Making a Better Painting Symposium and Exhibit, March 6th and 7th. Have your work seen by professional artists, educators, gallerists and curators during our one and half-day symposium. Portland-based painters, Amy Bay and Tatayana Ostapenko, will jury the show.

Submit online using this link:

https://form.jotform.com/200405135393143

For symposium details and registration:

 https://www.lclark.edu/hoffman_gallery/

Timeline:

Submission Deadline: February 22nd

Artists Notified: February 24th

Deliver work to Arnold Gallery: March 2nd

Combined Reception with Hoffman Gallery Exhibition: March 6th, 5-7 pm

Pick up work: March 9 – 13

Student admin job opening

An application is now open in Handshake for DSGN students to apply for a part-time student worker 2 (admin, not peer advisor) in our office. Application is open until filled, and we’ll start reviewing on Feb 21, ideally making a hire by spring break to begin spring term. If budget and hiring fit all align, we’ll renew this position/person for next AY. Work study is required.

Unique opportunity for students

Located in Eugene, Sponsors is a transitional housing program with wrap around services for the formally incarcerated.  The Senior Project Coordinator is seeking an intern or volunteer for about five to ten hours a week to help with an art exhibit with items made by current and former residents.  Specific needs are:

Digitalizing the art and creating an online platform for purchasing art

Creating naming plaques for art that was created by inmates and is displayed round the agency

Recruiting artists

Managing the art case display.

Please contact Jen Jackson at 541-505-5663 or email jenjackson@sponsorsinc.org for more information.

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Furrow’s looking for undergraduate work

Furrow’s looking for new work!

There are just a few weeks left before our Feb. 20 deadline. Please spread the word to undergraduate writers and artists that Furrow is eager to consider their work. We award $100 prizes to the top submission in each genre. Submitting is free and easy at: https://furrowmagazine.submittable.com

Furrow is published each spring by undergraduates at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. We also feature new work each month atfurrowmag.org.

Last year we won the AWP Program Directors’ Prize for Best Undergraduate Literary Journal.

We accept poetry, fiction, nonfiction, art, and comics by anyone enrolled as an undergraduate in the U.S. during the 2019-20 academic year.

Learn More

Deadline: February 20.

For more info, visit https://furrowmag.org.

Sincerely,

The Furrow Editors
& Faculty Advisor Valerie Laken

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Sunday Afternoons Artist Series Trucker Contest Information

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All of the submission rules, instructions, and guidelines can be found on the website link on the flyer (https://www.sundayafternoons.com/post/artist-series-contest/) and we’re accepting submissions now through the end of March.

If you’re not familiar with our company, we’re a family-owned hat company based out of Southern Oregon. You can find our hats in REI, Dick’s Sporting Goods, West Marine, and many other shops domestically and internationally in 51 countries! We have a great video about the company that can be found here: https://www.sundayafternoons.com/post/our-story/

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Awesome Job Opportunity for Students!

Hi students,

Are you interested in a well-paying, flexible and rewarding campus job? First-Year Programs is accepting applications for our First-Year Experience (FYE) Assistant position. No matter your area of study, past job experience or extracurricular interests, you can apply to be an FYE Assistant (FA)!

In this position, you would help lead a FIG or FIG runway alongside a faculty member. This job would help you develop various skills from leadership to organization to communication and collaboration. We are looking to hire a diverse group of about 30 students, from rising sophomores to rising seniors.

You can find more information about the programs we offer as well as the details about the FA application at our website:https://fyp.uoregon.edu/work-figs. If you have any questions about applying or need some more time to get your materials together, please feel free to contact us at (541)-346-1131 or figs@uoregon.edu.

This is an incredibly special job opportunity that you do not want to miss out on. We hope to receive your application!

Best,

Student Coordinator

First-Year Programs

Oregon Hall 107

(541)-346-1131

figs@uoregon.edu

Open Call for Artist

The Experience is a student run and organized art collective that puts
on an annual arts and music festival at WOW Hall in Eugene! This year
the event falls on April 11th, 2020 and we are currently taking
submission until March 1st, 2020 till 8 pm PST. All forms of art are
welcome from digital drawing, photography, sculpture, printmaking,
collage, video art, and painting! If you’ve interested in submitting,
If you have any questions contact us either at
theexperiencewow@gmail.com or @the.experience.collective on instagram.
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Professional Practice: Workshops for Artists

This new professional development program for artists and creatives offers collaborative learning through a four month series of workshops paired with group discussions.

Artists are highly encouraged to sign up for the full series to benefit from ongoing learning with a collaborative cohort.

with Vicki Amorose
 
Workshop: Tues, Feb 4th, 4-6pm
Discussion: Tues, Feb 18th, 4:30-6pm
For visual artists who want to approach new opportunities with better self-promotion, communicating clearly about your work is essential. This workshop and discussion engages spoken and written prompts along with group interaction to increase your ability to make clear, concise statements. We’ll discuss different types of audiences and help each other gain confidence to find the right words. Read more
 
with Sandee McGee, Michael Fisher, and Mike Bray
Workshop (panel): Tues, Mar 3rd, 4-6pm
Discussion: Tues, Mar 17th, 4:30-6pm
Strengthen your portfolio and increase opportunities to show your work locally and regionally. Explore best practices of building a portfolio, presenting your work, connecting with galleries and arts organizations, and creating professional materials that make you and your work shine. Learn how to find and submit to juried exhibitions and what jurors consider during the review process. Read more
with Rachel Rosenkoetter
Workshop: Tues, Mar 31st, 4-6pm
Discussion: Tues, Apr 14th, 4:30-6pm
Learn a variety of practical information relating to entrepreneurship for the visual artist. Topics will include making a business plan, running an online shop, navigating licensing and contracts, making and selling limited edition prints and working with galleries. The focus will be on professionalism, as well as basic knowledge and skills needed to gain exposure and generate passive streams of income. Read more
with Patricia Morrison
Workshop: Tues, April 28th, 4-6pm
Discussion: Tues, May 12th, 4:30-6pm
Explore a new way of thinking about marketing and promotion to make it straightforward, rewarding, and effective. Build an audience and partners eager to purchase your work and participate in your career. Learn about online presence/platforms, social media, direct communications, list-building, and in-person marketing for powerfully connecting with fans and partners locally, regionally, nationally, and beyond. Read more
More info at lanearts.org/workshops-eugene
 
 
Workshop Location:
LCC Mary Spilde Downtown Center, 101 W 10th Ave, Eugene
Register for the full series (recommended) – $100
Register for a single workshop and discussion – $30
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COD Scholarships and Internship Opportunity

HOPES bingo this Friday, 5:15pm at Falling Sky EMU

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Do you like BINGO, ecological design, pizza, or sustainability? Join us for HOPES BINGO — a fundraiser to support HOPES. Support an awesome event, and win PRIZES, like gift cards to Izakaya Meiji, Oakshire, and Tacovore!

  • HOPES BINGO – fundraiser for student-run sustainability conference
  • Friday, January 24, 5:15 – 6:30 pm
  • Falling Sky at EMU
  • Win prizes, support HOPES

Show the Falling Sky flyer when ordering and 25% of your purchase goes to support HOPES.

HOPES is an annual, student-run, sustainability and design conference in its 26th year. The theme of this year’s HOPES conference is ROOTS and it will take place April 15-19. Visit hopes.uoregon.edu for more information.

Sink Hollow Undergraduate Literary Journal Seeking Submissions

Sink Hollow, the national undergraduate literary journal at Utah State University, is seeking provocative, resonant, polished pieces of undergraduate work to be published in Spring 2020. We accept original fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art. All students currently enrolled as undergraduates at two- and four-year colleges and universities are invited to submit!

Deadline: April 5, 2020

Please visit us at http://www.sinkhollow.org/ and submit your work at https://sinkhollow.submittable.com/submit

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College of Art & Design Student Opportunity

Hi, my name is Faryn, and I am a member of the Student Health Advisory
Committee. We have recently launched The Vulnerability Project. The
Vulnerability Project will be an online blog/journal that is meant to
facilitate discussion and create a campus culture that encourages
students to find empowerment through the act of being vulnerable and
open with the ones you love. Blog posts can be in various forms such as
photographs, short stories, art, movies, poems, music, etc.

 

UO All-Campus Academic Advising Association: OAA Peer Advising application is now open!

Applications are now open for 2020 -2021 PeerLINK Advisors in the Office of Academic Advising!

Deadline: Sunday, February 16th

PeerLINK Advisors will work with students to help explain general education requirements, lead workshops, navigate campus resources, serve as a comfortable point of contact, and more. In addition to providing ongoing information and support to other students, PeerLINK Advisors will gain valuable work experience, explore and develop leadership identity, and advance their interpersonal and communication skills.

This is a paid position at $11.50 per hour, with room for growth.

To Apply: Visit advising.uoregon.edu/content/apply-be-peer-link-advisor

Questions? E-mail kkatkus@uoregon.edu

 

Holden Center Leadership Summit 2020

Hello,

I’m reaching out to you on behalf of The Holden Center’s Leadership Summit on February 8, 2020.

The Leadership Summit is a free conference consisting of 12 interactive and educational workshops centered around Inclusive Leadership, Sustainable Leadership, and Redefining Leadership for our theme of “Challenging the Status Quo.” This year’s Leadership Summit will be on February 8, 2020, 10am-3:30pm, beginning in the EMU Crater Lake room. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided to participants.

We highly encourage anyone interested or passionate to attend – this is a great opportunity to grow leadership skills and start conversations surrounding some of today’s most relevant topics.

To register, click the link below:

https://oregon.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0e4EZTyFnwatEC9

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Holden Center at holdencenter@uoregon.edu. Hope to see you there!

Thank you!

Best,

Savannah Kan, Leadership Program Assistant

Holden Center for Leadership and Community Engagement, Division of Student Life

University of Oregon

Pronouns: she/her/hers

 

1395 University Street,

Erb Memorial Union, 047

Eugene, OR 97403

 

p: (541) 346-1146

e: holdenleadership@uoregon.edu

w: holden.uoregon.edu

5-Week Be Original Americas Student Design Competition

 immersive & exciting fellowship for 2 students in the areas of:

  • Industrial Design
  • Interior Design
  • Architecture
  • Graphic Design
  • Studies in Entrepreneurship

Fellowship info and application can be found here: https://beoriginalamericas.com/fellowship

In its 5th Year, this 5-week experience takes them to factories, showrooms, design offices etc. to learn about:

  • Research & Design
  • Manufacturing & Distribution
  • Sales & Promotion

They will have the great experience – beyond their time visiting US firms – to travel to Copenhagen hosted by Georg Jensen, Louis Poulsen & Carl Hansen (more firms to follow).

Beth Dickstein
bde
212|353.1383
665 Broadway, #704
New York, NY 10012
www.bdeonline.biz

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Call for Art and Film Submissions – Lawrence Hall Film Festival

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The UO Fine Arts Society is currently accepting both film and art submissions for our upcoming (second annual) Lawrence Hall Film Festival, coming week 7. Our theme this year is “Life in Technicolor” and our goal is to showcase both short films and artwork done by students which celebrate color and its effects on life and art.

 

We are looking for short films, including animations, documentaries, and experimental films under 6 minutes long and artwork of all mediums to be submitted by February 17th.

 

More information is available on the flyer attached to this email as are the details on how to submit work.

 

Best,

Sophie Agocs

President

UO Fine Arts Society

large scale mural art commission project

I was wondering if there might be any students looking for a large scale mural art commission project?

I have a couple of buildings with large blank walls that are just begging for something more visually appealing, and I would love to give new, budding artists a shot at participating (if vicariously) in the 20×21 project.

The two walls I am looking to get work done on are on student housing properties and are approximately 20×20. One is on the ground level and one is on the top two floors of a 3 story building.

If anyone is interested, I would be happy to show them the surfaces and see if it would work for them.

Traci Knights

Property Manager

 

The Hive Eugene

541-636-4246

www.TheHiveEugene.com

www.Facebook.com/TheHiveEugene

Instagram: @TheHiveEugene

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Summer Teaching Positions Available

Rewarding & Enjoyable Summer Teaching Jobs

Teach Reading Classes to Students of All Ages

Now Accepting Applications for Summer 2020

The Institute of Reading Development offers summer reading skills programs in partnership with the continuing education departments of more than 100 colleges and universities nationwide. Since 1970, the Institute’s teachers have helped over 3 million students master valuable reading skills and develop a lifelong love of reading.  Programs designed by the Institute give students the right skills, books, and experiences that result in greater success in school and beyond.

We are currently hiring hard-working, encouraging people with a passion for reading to teach our summer programs. As an Institute teacher you will:

  • Earn up to $8,000 in one summer. Our full-time teachers typically earn $550-$700 per week.
  • Improve your teaching skills and confidence during our comprehensive, paid training program.
  • Gain over 400 hours of classroom teaching experience with a variety of age groups from 4-year-olds to adults.
  • Help your students become successful readers with a love of great books.

We are seeking applicants from any academic discipline. All applicants must have an undergraduate degree or higher in their field before the start of our teaching season.

Successful Institute teachers:

  • Have strong reading skills and read for pleasure
  • Are responsible and hard-working, with good communication and organizational skills
  • Will be patient and supportive with students

Learn more about teaching for us and apply today: Summer Teaching Jobs

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Student State of Oregon Job Opportunity

State of Oregon Jobs:

https://oregon.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/SOR_External_Career_Site/job/Salem–Print-Plant—DAS/Student-Bindery-Helper_REQ-28624

Agency: Department of Administrative Services

Salary Range:$2,560 – $3,118

Position Title: Student Bindery Helper

Job Description:

The Department of Administrative Services (DAS) Publishing & Distribution section is seeking a driven individual to join our team as the Student Bindery Helper. Apply today and come be a part of something bigger!

About Us & the Benefits of Joining Our Team
We pride ourselves in developing people, having fun, and supporting teammates while serving Oregonians. By joining the team, you have the unique opportunity to work with others who are skilled in their individualized trade, as well as community professionals that provide quality services to our customers. We offer full medical, vision and dental benefits with paid sick leave, vacation, personal leave, and 10 paid holidays a year.

P&D’s program provides standard and electronic publishing and distribution services to state agencies and other governmental bodies through its in-plant production facility, as well as through contracts with private firms and the Department of Corrections inmate work program. Its highly secured facility prints materials and documents that are distributed to nearly all Oregonians. The program also processes incoming and outgoing federal mail, arranges common carrier shipping, and provides secure delivery and distribution services to public agencies throughout the Willamette Valley.

What you will do

As the Student Bindery Equipment Operator you will turn printed materials into finished articles such as books, booklets, brochures, catalogues or mailers, and ensure the articles are packaged and shipped as required. You will put finishing touches to a print job by assisting skilled trade Print Service Technicians staff using various manual, mechanical and automated operations that collate, fold, and cut paper to the correct size, and bind documents together in a variety of ways, and will also meter letters for mailing, and prepare packages for shipping.

Duties include:

  • Set up and operate bindery equipment such as but not limited to, folders, cutters, stitchers, drills, scoring and perforating machines, padding, collators, laminators, coil punch and coiling to meet job precision, size and construction requirements
  • Hand work; count, measure, and collate job materials parts, forms, or books, etc. into sets
  • Prepare printed and other material for shipping or delivery by wrapping and securing packages, weighing and posting mail, and performing quality control
  • Record time and materials into job tracking system; enter pertinent customer account data for each transaction to ensure accurate information for billing
  • Assist in the operation of the mail inserting machines and mail sorter; retrieve sorted mail from bins and place into trays or sacks and ensures correct labeling
  • Maintain audit reports

Working Conditions

  • Requires occasional lifting up to 50 lbs.
  • Sitting and standing for long periods of time.
  • Requires the use of a push cart or hand truck or pallet jack for delivery of large boxes.
  • Noisy and dusty environment in production printing/mailing facility.
  • Handling some caustic and non-caustic chemicals and materials.
  • Detailed and repetitive work for long periods of time.
  • Can be re-assigned to work on one of three shifts (days, swing or graveyard).
  • Occasional exposure to inclement weather.
  • Overtime hours during peak seasons, such as Property Tax printing and Legislative Session, could include working weekends and holidays.

What Are We Looking For?

A collaborative self-starter who has an excellent eye to detail, is at least 18 years old.

The most competitive applicants will also possess the following skills, background and attributes:

  • Educational study in graphic design with an emphasis in print production
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Experience working in a print/mail environment

How to Apply

Your candidate profile, cover letter, and resume are the perfect opportunity to highlight your interest in the position and showcase the amazing skills and experience making you the best candidate for the position. Submissions will be screened for consistency of information and communication skills at the professional level (attention to detail, spelling, grammar, etc.). Take a look at, what you need to know to get the job for more tips and guidance.

Special Information:

  • To receive Veterans’ Preference, you must complete the required Task that will be sent to you after successfully submitting your application. This Task will prompt you to provide the appropriate documentation for your Veterans’ Preference point selection, and will be located on your Workday account profile. For questions about documentation, please visit: Veterans Resources, or call the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs at: 1-800-692-9666
  • Finalists will be subject to a computerized criminal history check. Adverse background data may be grounds for immediate disqualification
  • Applicants must be authorized to work in the United States. Applicants who require VISA sponsorship will not be considered at this time
  • If you have questions about the recruitment or need an alternate format to apply, please contact Amber Ingram, Recruitment Analyst, at: amber.ingram@oregon.gov | 503-798-3978
  • This announcement is for one, full-time, SEIU represented Laborer/Student Worker position located in Salem, Oregon. This recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies

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The Department of Administrative Services is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer Committed to Workforce Diversity

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Call for Youth Art – Environmental Justice Pathways Summit

EJP Youth Art Poster

Eugene-based nonprofit Beyond Toxics and the NAACP are co-hosting the first Oregon Environmental Justice Pathways Summit at the University of Oregon on April 17-18. Frontline communities will be joining with scholars, students, policymakers, nonprofits, and others to discuss avenues for addressing environmental justice concerns across the state. We especially aim to uplift youth voices throughout the summit (which is free for students to attend!).

We are seeking artworks made by youth ages 15-25 related to the themes of environmental and racial justice. Selected artists will be invited to showcase/perform their piece at the summit. The deadline for submissions is on February 15, 2020. I should note that the application is by no means rigorous — it asks for general applicant information and provides instructions for uploading artwork. Linked above is the Call for Artists flyer, which provides more information on submission guidelines.

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Call for Submissions

We accept poetry, fiction, nonfiction, art, and comics by anyone enrolled as an undergraduate in the U.S. during the 2019-20 academic year. (December grads are still eligible.) We award $100 prizes to the top submission in each genre. Submission is free and easy at:
https://furrowmagazine.submittable.com.

Deadline: February 20.

Selection is competitive, so please encourage students to send their most polished work. Last year Furrow featured work from students at 41 schools, selected from over 1,000 submissions. We’re proud to say we won the 2019AWP Program Directors’ Prize for Best Undergraduate Literary Journal (Content).

To view sample work or order a copy, visit https://furrowmag.org.

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Big Island Farms Summer 2020 Internship 🌺

Application process is now open for summer 2020

Big Island Farms would like to invite you to join our upcoming Hawaii internship programs, here on our organic permaculture farm.

We currently have spaces for Organic Agriculture and Farm to Table for Summer 2020 Internships! Internship starting July 13th till August 7th, 2020

Big Island Farms is located on the tropical Hamakua coast of Hawaii’s Big Island, five miles from the breathtaking Waipio Valley and historic Honokaa Town. The quaint but thriving local community is interconnected with 10 of the world’s 13 available microclimates ranging from vibrant jungle to arid desert tundra. This ancient and sacred island lends Big Island Farms a culturally and biologically rich and diverse environment. Boasting the tallest mountain “Mauna Kea”, the world’s most active volcano, “Kilauea” and the largest mountain “Mauna Loa” (in cubic feet), the Big Island of Hawaii is a treasure of geological extremes like nowhere else on Earth. During our internship program students gets to experience and study most of the micro climates available on this island.

Big Island Farms, a vibrant 64 acre collection of tropical fruit trees, macadamia nut orchards, permaculture food forests, botanical gardens & medicinal gardens began simply with a decade long effort to restore and revitalize the soil, flora and fauna of these treasured lands. After many years of allowing the natural ecosystems to re-establish themselves and create a biodynamic ecology our team began this mission to establish a unique experiential education program. Mulching tropical grasses that, at times, reach seven to ten feet high, we have reclaimed the orchards and farmlands replenishing and protecting the soils, establishing new gardens and reinvigorating the orchards along the way. Our team coalesces around a shared vision of sustainability, community, and the desire to understand how to live off the land through a process of discovering the deeper rooted connections that we all share within the holistic connection of organic permaculture. We are searching for like-minded individuals who we can share our knowledge with and who can also leave their mark at Big Island Farms.

Through our interdisciplinary education model, which incorporates classes, tangible hands-on experience, expeditions and guest speakers, students will actively pursue their passions, learn to broaden their worldviews, and work towards a more sustainable lifestyle.

Come be an active participant in a progressive learning environment and expand your horizons through the Big Island Farms Internship Program! We are currently accepting applications for Summer 2020. Internship spots are limited, hurry to APPLY NOW.

Check out our website www.bigislandfarms.com to see full program details

Please email us at info@bigislandfarms.com for details.

Apply Now

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Oregon Visual Artists: January 15th Deadline for Summer 2020 Residencies

Call for applications – TFFF Partnership updated logo

The MacDowell Colony and The Ford Family Foundation are working together to provide residencies to Oregon’s visual artists.

MacDowell provides valuable work time as well as inspiring environment in which creative artists are provided with exclusive use of a studio, accommodations, and three prepared meals a day for two weeks to two months. The Ford Family Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the quality of artistic endeavor by Oregon’s established visual artists through the Foundation’s Visual Arts Program.

We hope you will consider applying for this opportunity. The above attached document outlines the partnership in further detail.

There is no cost for a Fellowship; however, artists are responsible for their own materials and travel expenses. In order to open the residency experience to a broader community of artists, MacDowell offers two financial assistance programs to those who have been awarded a Fellowship. Need-based stipends are available to artists who would not otherwise be able to afford the time away that a Fellowship requires and travel reimbursement grants are available to defray the cost of travel to and from New Hampshire.

Application deadline: January 15, 2020 for the Summer 2020 residency season at MacDowell.

To apply, please visit www.macdowellcolony.org/apply-for-fellowship

For questions, contact the admissions department at admissions@macdowellcolony.org or 603-924-3886 ext. 113.

Best wishes,

Courtney Bethel

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Call for Artists: The Neon Museum National Artist Residency 2020

2020 Neon Museum Artist Call Summary

I am writing to advise of the Neon Museum-sponsored eight-week 2020 summer artist residency in Las Vegas where artists are invited to develop projects inspired by the Museum collection.

The application deadline is Friday 02/07/20. Further details are attached and the application is available here:

https://www.neonmuseum.org/education/artists-in-residence

I would be delighted to discuss further or answer any questions.

Best wishes

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Located in the scenic St. Croix River Valley, Franconia Sculpture Park is a nonprofit arts organization operating a 43-acre outdoor sculpture park, active artist residency, and community arts programming. Franconia was founded in 1996 by a small group of professional artists who envisioned a supportive artist residency community in a rural setting. Today, this vision has been achieved through an active artist residency and public programming that serves over 150,000 annual visitors.

Franconia Sculpture Park’s Artist Residency programs provide the opportunity for artists and/or artist teams to create ambitious new projects, interact and collaborate with fellow artists, and impact the public through sculpture, land art, socially engaged art, multidisciplinary art, installation, and/or performative works of art.

Opportunity 1: Fellowship Artist Residency

Franconia Sculpture Park’s Fellowship Artist Residency Program provides the opportunity for artists and/or artist teams to create ambitious new projects, interact and collaborate with a community of makers, and impact the public. Artists at any stage in their career, working in sculpture, installation, land art, social practice and performance are welcome to apply for residency for a minimum of three weeks and a maximum of three months between April 5 and September 15, 2020. Selected artists will each receive a private bedroom and shared workspace to create new work at Franconia, along with a $5,000 award to fund their project.

Opportunity 2: Intern Artist Residency

The Intern Artist Residency Program at Franconia offers undergraduate and graduate students, as well as emerging artists the opportunity to create public artwork, develop their artistic practice, receive mentorship from professional artists-in-residence, and participate in public engagement programs while in residency at Franconia. The rural setting and the chance to work along-side peers, mid-career artists, and visiting art curators creates a dynamic setting for artists to grow, learn, and mature.

The Intern Artist Residency Program began with the park’s founding in 1996 and has grown to support more than 200 emerging artists to date. Recognized by the National Foundation for the Advancement in the Arts for program excellence, the program is designed to bridge the gap between the academic world of artistic training and a professional career. In exchange for housing, meals, and studio space, selected artists’ commit to working for Franconia Sculpture Park for five hours per day, six days per week.

For complete residency details, please visit https://www.franconia.org/artist-opportunities/ to find out more, learn how to apply, and see work made by previous artists! If you have any questions, please contact me, Alyssa Swanson at info@franconia.org or call 651-257-6668.

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CALL FOR ART – Upcoming CoCA Exhibition – Members Show 2020

Call for Artists – Members Show 20_20

My name is Gillian, and I am the membership manager and curatorial intern at the Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA). CoCA is pleased to send out the CALL FOR ART for our upcoming show, 20/20 Vision, Annual Members Show. Attached is our official call and PR image (image credit: Christine Chang). 20/20 Vision is a juried salon-style exhibition of CoCA members’ artworks. The call is open to all artists, ages and media including 2D, 3D, multimedia, installation, literary, sound, and performance. Artists are encouraged to join CoCA today and be a part of this exhibition, printed catalog and multiple events that brings artists together from across the globe. The deadline to submit works is January 25, 2019.

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2020 internships with the UO Center for Art Research

The Center for Art Research is looking for interns for the 2020 winter and spring terms.

ART 404/ART 614- Center for Art Research internship

Instructor of Record – Brian Gillis (bgillis@uoregon.edu)

Description – This course offers advanced students professional experience that enhance the student’s academic training and is designed to allow students to receive upper-division ART credits for internship experiences working with the Center for Art Research on a variety of projects and events.

Requirements – During the term, interns will meet for 30 mins weekly and are expected to work an additional 2.5 hours per week per unit of credit. Tasks may include updating the Center website through the UO Blogs, print and digital design work, research and maintaining contact lists, event photography and set-up, writing, reports, and general admin support.

Preferred skills

Attention to detail and time management

Knowledge of Office (Excel, Word) and Adobe (Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign)

Ability to travel between UO campus and the 510 Oak Building

Capable of moving chairs, folding tables, ladders, etc.

Ability to use power tools not necessary, but a plus

Grading

Offered with “pass/no pass” option only. A passing grade (P) signifies satisfactory completion of all aspects of the internship by the end of the term. Unsatisfactory work on significant aspects of the internship will result in a grade of NP. Given the nature of this internship course, an incomplete grade (I) is rarely appropriate.

If interested, please email a brief statement of interest to heldmann@uoregon.edu to arrange an interview.

Volunteer for quick, online website study

Help UO Information Services build an easy-to-navigate website! By spending 7-10 minutes of your time on this usability study, Information Services will gain much a better understanding of how our proposed website structure meets your needs.

To participate in this study, go to https://7c6d5d8a.optimalworkshop.com/treejack/6cokw22n-1-0 and follow the on-screen directions. The study closes Friday, December 13 at 5:00pm.

Enter to win one of two $25 Amazon gift card! By participating in the study, you can choose to be entered into a random drawing for a $25 Amazon gift card by submitting your name and email address at the conclusion of the study.

This navigational study is part of a project by Information Services and University Communication to build a new, IT-focused website for UO employees and students. If you have questions about this project, please contact Patrick Chinn (pchinn@uoregon.edu).

NOW HIRING Work Study Students

NOW HIRING Work Study

For the UO Jewelry and Metalsmithing Studio

Fall 2019 – Spring 2020

Must have Work Study Funds to qualify!

To verify work study and apply, please contact the Art Office in Lawrence Hall, Rm 254, Monday – Friday, anytime between 1:00-3:30pm

The UO Jewelry and Metals Studio is seeking hard-working individuals with strong cleaning skills to fill our Work Study position. Work Study will be trained on a number of tasks and are expected to keep regular, weekly hours throughout the term. Familiarity with the Jewelry Studio is a bonus but not necessary! The Studio Technician in Jewelry, Alida Bevirt, will supervise and train Work Study on cleaning tasks and studio responsibilities. Employment duration is through Spring Term 2020.

The Studio is located near the Millrace Complex, Fine Arts Studio 125C Jewelry and Metals.

 

Final Call for Presenters: 2020 Leadership Summit

This is a final reminder that submissions to present the Holden Center’s 2020 Leadership Summit are due this weekend. The Summit will take place on February 8, 2020, from 10:00-3:30 in the EMU with three 50-minute breakout sessions.

 

This year’s Leadership Summit theme is “Challenging the Status Quo”; our three tracks are Inclusive Leadership, Sustainable Leadership, and Redefining Leadership. We want students to challenge traditional expectations of leadership and be exposed to new perspectives. The Holden Center is inviting students, staff, faculty, and community members to present 50 minute interactive and educational workshops inspired by the themes listed. We highly encourage anyone interested to apply – this is a great opportunity to impact UO students and engage in conversations on some of today’s most relevant topics.

 

Applications will be due Sunday November 24, 2019. Confirmed presenters will be notified on Tuesday, December 3, 2019. If you’re interested in becoming a presenter, please apply here.

 

The Holden Center is looking forward to making this year’s Leadership Summit our most impactful yet – we hope you can join us! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me via email or phone at (541) 346-1146. Looking forward to hearing from you!

Custom sized stainless steel – Price reduced!

The material belonged to Jan Zach. He was a former Department of Art faculty member, artist & well known for his “Larger than Life” sculptures. One of his metal sculptures, titled “LADY” was placed on the lawn between Prince Lucien Campbell & Condon Halls in 2015.
 

    The material available is four, extra long, custom size pieces of 304 grade, 11 gauge stainless steel.

3) 10 inch x 20 ft

1) 10 inch x 14 ft

It is extremely expensive to get custom 20′ lengths

I would like to reduce the price

It was $450 for all. I would like to change that to $70 each or $250 for all.

Please contact w/any questions
JoAnn Stoughton   541 517 5481

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Students eat free

Ducks Leftover Textover

The Ducks Leftover Textover program alerts current UO students via text message when there is leftover, free food available on campus. These leftover portions come from campus events where food was ordered from UO Catering, but not all of it was consumed.

Texts to announce available food will occur in real time—typically with about 15 minutes notice—and include a location link on the UO campus map.

Sign up for Ducks Leftover Textover

Want to donate your catering leftovers to Textovers?
Contact UO Catering directly.

Tombow’s Second Annual Create Your Best Work Art Scholarship

Hello!

I’m writing to let you know about the launch of Tombow’s second annual art scholarship! Our Create Your Best Work Art Scholarship is aimed at high school seniors through college sophomores and will award two applicants with scholarships for the school year starting in Fall 2020. The grand prize winner will receive a $5,000 scholarship, and one runner-up will receive a $2,500 scholarship.

Students can apply directly on our website at https://www.tombowusa.com/art-scholarship

Tombow Announces Second Annual Create Your Best Work Art Scholarship

ATLANTA – Tombow is proud to announce the second annual Create Your Best Work Art Scholarship to aid two promising art students with tuition costs.

Tombow’s Create Your Best Work Art Scholarship is available to high school seniors graduating by May 2020 and college freshmen and sophomores in the United States. To qualify, students must be currently enrolled or accepted and seeking a visual arts degree at a U.S. university, college or art school.

“We are thrilled to offer our Create Your Best Work Art Scholarship for the second year,” said Director of Marketing Cathy Daniel. “The talent pool for our first year was incredible, so we can’t wait to see the entries we receive for 2020.”

The top two applicants will be awarded non-renewable scholarships to be used toward tuition, fees, books, supplies and equipment required by the educational institution for the upcoming school year starting in Fall 2020.

The grand prize winner will receive a $5,000 scholarship, and one runner-up will receive a $2,500 scholarship. Tombow will notify scholarship recipients, and distribution of the scholarship will be made directly to each recipient.

Scholarship recipients will also receive a package of Tombow products for use in their works, with an approximate retail value of $500. In addition, the high school that the student graduated from will receive a package of Tombow products, with an approximate retail value of $500.

Product-only awards in the amount of $100 will be made to five additional runners-up. Awards will be distributed in June 2020.

Application deadline for the scholarship is March 1, 2020 – applications should be submitted digitally and include a portfolio, artist’s statement, letter(s) of recommendation and transcripts. Students can download applications and find more information about applying at TombowUSA.com.

About Tombow  

Tombow is today’s market leader for arts, crafts and office products.  Serving consumers and businesses around the globe, Tombow was established in Japan in 1913 as a wood-case pencil provider.  Since these beginnings, we have upheld a history of unparalleled customer service. Tombow has grown the company’s portfolio to a worldwide provider of art markers, liquid glue and adhesive tape, fine writing pens, correction tape, drawing pencils, colored pencils and erasers manufactured in facilities located in Japan, Vietnam and Thailand.  Worldwide operating divisions distribute Tombow branded products in their respective geographies. For more information visit www.TombowUSA.com. 

For More Information:

Brittany Luiz

Media & Public Relations Manager

American Tombow Inc.

404-821-6333

bluiz@tombowusa.com

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Scholarships, non-UO

TopSpeed is offering an annual scholarship.

This scholarship is meant to help one student every year advance their studies with a $1000 grant that can be used for anything related to automotive photography or journalism from learning to hold a camera to high-end photography or journalism skills: https://www.topspeed.com/company/introducing-the-1000-topspeed-student-scholarship-ar186939.html.

Regards,

Phil

scholarships.topspeed@gmail.com

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12/11 Workshop: Cultivating Sponsors & Community Partners

Cultivating Sponsors & Community Partners
Wednesday, December 11th, 4-6pm
LCC Mary Spilde Downtown Center (101 W 10th Ave), Room 112
 
Success in cultivating sponsors and building strong partnerships requires learning a new vocabulary and approach to development. This panel workshop for arts professionals and nonprofits will explore ideas of cause-based marketing and how to create mutually beneficial partnerships that increase visibility, deepen impact, and help you meet your mission or accomplish your goals. Learn different perspectives on how to create a network of prospective partners and sponsors, find the right match, craft incentives and benefits, and build relationships that are rewarding for all.
Panelists: Jodi Sommers (Essex General Construction), Elena Fracchia (Columbia Bank), Mija Andrade, (Oregon Supported Living Program). Facilitated by Liora Sponko (Lane Arts Council). Read more about the panelists here.
Registration fee: $20
Part of Lane Arts Council‘s professional development workshops for artists and arts professionals, presented in partnership with the City of Eugene Cultural Services Division. Thank you to our 2019-2020 workshop sponsors Columbia Bank and Lane Small Business Development Center.