EBSQ Plus--the juried division of EBSQ--is currently accepting submissions via ArtCase between March 1-15, 2006. We'll also be conducting a rather informal EBSQ Plus info session live in the EBSQ chat room on Monday, 6 March 2006 at 9pm EASTERN time (6pm PACIFIC). But no worries if you can't make this session. We'll also continue to answer questions about the process in the forums under "EBSQ Plus Applicants Q & A"
(you must be logged in to the forums--at the top of the forum page) in order to access this section of the site)
Also note that the non-refundable $7 application fee should be PayPalled to firstname.lastname@example.org with "PLUS" in the subject heading.
Applications will not be considered again until September 2006.
Springboard: Art Inspired by Art:
From the Earth: The Clay Show:
Shows are entered via your ArtCase. Further instructions on how to enter EBSQ exhibits, as well as this year's full exhibition calendar can be found here:
Much Ado about Shakespeare:
FOTM: Lily of the Valley:
Voting continues through 8 March 2006. Winners will be announced shortly thereafter.
~::Last month's winners:
~::This month's EBSQ Live:
The Art of Writing With Fire: A Tutorial In Pyrography
hosted by EBSQ Self-Representing Artists and Lynn Dobbins
Monday, March 13, at 9pm Eastern (6pm Pacific)
EBSQ Chat Room
(or simply enter via the link at the top of the forum page)
Please note: this presentation was originally planned for January, but had to be rescheduled due to technical difficulties for our presenter. If you were unable to attend in January, please be sure to join us this month.
~::Featured this month on EBSQ
Interviewed: John Penfold of South East Ireland
Interviewed: Dawn White of Seattle-area, WA State, USA
March Zine cover artist: Tory Jean Bryant of New London, CT, USA
Featured Ceramics & Raku Gallery Artist: Deborah Sprague of Bend, OR, USA
Zine articles not to miss:
Editorial regarding Sourpeas.org
A Not So Sweet Battle Wages Over a Term of Endearment
Have a great month!
Amie Gillingham, executive director
Melissa Morton, associate director
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