Calling All Metal and Glass Sculptors!

May 4, 2012 § Leave a comment

Are you ready for the UEFA Cup?

Heineken is looking to create some aluminum can art for an upcoming event on May 19th. They were told that HSTA is a great place to start looking for some talent…

They’re looking for two idea submissions as soon as possible, to be created in time for the 19th of May for an upcoming Heineken UEFA (world cup soccer) screening party in Toronto. Art must reflect Heineken and/or soccer imagery. Materials will mainly be cans or bottles and will be provided by us. Other materials are acceptable as long as the main component is Heineken cans or bottles.

 

You will be paid for your work! Interested parties should submit ideas to matt.mcguinness@molsoncoors.com as soon as possible!

 

If anyone is interested they must be of legal drinking age, 19+.

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Call for Nature Artists!

May 4, 2012 § 1 Comment

Ducks Unlimited Canada is accepting portfolio submissions of artwork. The deadline is July 13th, 2012.

Click on the pdf link for more information, ducks unlimited,

and read the letter below!

Calling All Ceramicists!

March 19, 2012 § Leave a comment

Artist in Residence Opportunities

Are you involved in ceramics and clay art?

Are you looking for a fantastic way to explore your medium?

Make sure you check out these great opportunities (yes, they have more than one!) in Medicine Hat, Alberta!

www.medalta.org/miair

Artist in Residence Opportunity!

March 16, 2012 § Leave a comment

Good afternoon all!

We’ve just received word about this fantastic opportunity for an Artist in Residence.Great for grads and emerging artists…

Straight from the source:

Artist in Residence Program

The Burlington Handweavers and Spinners Guild (BHSG), with the encouragement of the Burlington Art Centre (BAC), invites applications to an Artist in Residence opportunity for the fall of 2012.

Our goal with this residency is to share our studio and our collective knowledge with an emerging artist who wants to grow and develop the art form we care so much about. It will enable and assist a recent textile art graduate wishing to incorporate weaving and/or spinning in his/her work. The combination of studio space, equipment, support and mentorship will allow the successful candidate to develop and build a body of work.”

For more information, please go to their website at

http://www.thebac.ca/get-creative/guilds/handweavers-and-spinners/artist-in-residence-program/

Good luck!

Artist of the Week

January 28, 2012 § Leave a comment

Fleming College – Haliburton School of the Arts has so many great and talented individuals walk through these halls that we decided it was time to showcase them.

Starting now, once a week, we will feature our “Artist of the Week”: a real, living breathing artist that, at one time, attended one or more of our programs. Quite often, the artist will have their own website so be sure to follow the links!

If you are a former student (or know one!) and would like to be featured on our blog, let us know! We’d love to hear from you!

 

Haliburton’s Creative Economy

July 19, 2011 § Leave a comment

HSTA instructor (both in our certificate and VCAD programs) Jim Blake has recently written an article focusing on Haliburton County’s Creative Economy and the efforts of the community for the July 2011 issue of Municipal World.

Municipal World – Haliburton County Creative Economy

Summer Jobs 2011 pt.1

April 8, 2011 § Leave a comment

Abbey North Gardens recently forwarded these employment opportunities for graduating students interested in internships within the market gardening/farming sector.

Abbey Gardens Community Trust Inc. is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to inspire, educate and collaborate with community partners to help Haliburton County residents and visitors successfully transition to a low-carbon economy through innovative community-based research and demonstration projects, especially in the areas of food and energy. In this way, Abbey Gardens will serve as a catalyst, helping to reduce and eliminate human actions that erode and irrevocably damage the local and global ecosystem services we depend on for our survival.

Agricultural Project Assistant – Internship

Assistant Garden Manager – Internship

Garden Manager

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