ARTSPEAK RADIO with Andrés Rodríguez, Jamie Heller, Adam Finkelston, & Mason Kilpatrick

Wednesday November 14, 2018 Noon – 1PM CST

Host/producer Maria Vasquez Boyd welcomes Andrés Rodríguez, Jamie Heller, Adam Finkelston, & Mason Kilpatrick.

Andrés Rodríguez is the author of Night Song (Tia Chucha Press), Book of the Heart (Lindisfarne Press), and Portal of Dreams (Woodley Press). His poems and essays have appeared in Bilingual Review, Harvard Review, I-70 Review, Palabra, Sagetrieb, and other journals. In 2007 he won Poets & Writers’ Maureen Egan Writers Award for poetry. He has an MA in Creative Writing from Stanford University and a Ph.D. in Literature from the University of California-Santa.

Jamie Heller-Poetry is my caffeine. I am a mother, wife, and teacher who gets up before the house starts to stir to write.
My second collection, Buried in the Suburbs, was released by Woodley Press in May of 2018. My chapbook, Domesticated, Poetry from Around the House, was published in 2015 with Finishing Line Press. A Pushcart Prize nominee in 2014 (Little Balkans Review) and Best of the Net nominee for 2016 (805 Lit + Art), I also had pieces selected for honorable mention awards in the Whispering Prairie Press Writing Contest 2012, and the Kansas Voices Contest 2017 and 2011.

I have additional poems published or accepted at Prairie Schooner, Tule Review, Noctua Review, Whistling Shade, The Main Street Rag,Flint Hills Review, I-70 review, Blueline, 805 Lit + Art Journal, and others.

Creative Co/Lab is an award-winning multi-disciplinary project directed by SM East art teacher, Adam Finkelston. Mr. Finkelston and his students work with Healthy Rivers Partnership, local artists, designers, scientists, engineers, civic leaders, carpenters, and others to create a public exhibition. The project combines community service, science education, art education, and professional art practice to give students a unique experience. The program was awarded the first ArtsKC Education Award in 2016 and has been recognized by arts leaders in the city for its unique approach to arts education.

The Hand Magazine is dedicated to being the world’s premier forum for innovative and experimental uses of reproduction-based media. We are interested in how artists include their own hand in the art object while utilizing mechanical or reproduction-based techniques. We are interested in publishing any and all forms of photography and printmaking; whether the work is strictly a photograph or print, or whether the work incorporates these processes in a sculptural, multi-media or collage format.
The Hand is not profit-based. We just want to make enough money to make the next issue and offer artists better incentives to work with us on limited edition and special offer original artworks. Please consider contributing to our cause. While we are not a non-profit, we are, again, in it for the art! We appreciate your support! Long life to The Hand!
The next call for entries deadline is November 30th
for Issue #23, January 2019!
TheHandCFE– Please print and post at your school art department, supply shop, or cool hangout! Thanks!
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
There is NO THEME
The HAND Magazine is printed IN COLOR!! Black and white and monochrome images are also accepted and will be printed accordingly.
Any subject matter is acceptable, but all images must incorporate a photographic or printed media. No more than 5 images per submission, please.
If two or more individuals living at the same address all wish to submit but do not want multiple copies of the magazine, they may do so by simply paying the single submission fee and each submitting images UP TO A TOTAL OF 5 IMAGES PER FEE. Please indicate this in the “notes to seller” prompt during the PayPal process and/or make a note of this in the email in which you send the images.
Send all submission materials listed below to: thehandmagazine@icloud.com

Mason Kilpatrick-Charlotte Street Foundation Announces Call for Applications for 2019 Visual Artist Awards and Generative Performing Artist Awards. The deadline for applications is Sunday, November 18, 2019 at 11:59 PM (Mountain Time)
Charlotte Street Foundation has opened the application window for local artists to apply towards the 2019 Charlotte Street Visual Artist Awards and the 2019 Charlotte Street Generative Performing Artist Awards. The call for applications is open from October 10 through Sunday, November 18 at 11:59 PM (Mountain Time). Applications are accepted exclusively through Call for Entry and there is no entry fee. Local visual artists can apply for the call through this link. Local performing artists can apply through this link. Artists can also find these calls on Charlotte Street’s website at charlottestreet.org/calls-to-artists/.
A rotating panel of local and national Awards Advisors is responsible for selecting Charlotte Street Foundation Award recipients each year. Since 2004, Charlotte Street has brought esteemed contemporary art curators from other cities to participate in the selection of the Awards recipients.
The 2019 Charlotte Street Visual Artists Awards seek to recognize and significantly support Kansas City- based visual artists of all media who are creating exceptional contemporary work. Providing artists with financial support, critical recognition, and public exposure, these Awards aim to reward artistic accomplishment to date and to support the continued development of artists’ work and careers. Artists at any career stage are heavily encouraged to apply.
Three local artists awarded the 2019 Visual Artist Award will receive an unrestricted cash grant of $10,000, recognition by Charlotte Street at the time of the Award announcement and throughout the year 2019, and inclusion in the 2019 Charlotte Street Visual Artist Award exhibition at Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, accompanied by a printed brochure with images and commissioned writing about their work.
Contact: Mason Kilpatrick 620.899.6508 |
www.charlottestreet.org.

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