Local artists and nonprofit cultural organizations are invited to apply to the 1994 CityArts Grants Program for funds to support arts programming in community settings.
Operated by the Mayor's Advisory Committee on Art and Culture, grants are offered to community arts projects by individual artists and nonprofit cultural organizations and also to help these organizations with general operating funds. (There are no general funding grants to individual artists.)
Those eligible include professional artists who are at least 18, live in Baltimore City and possess the ability to administer a community arts project. Hobbyists and students should not apply.
The deadline to submit proposals is Feb. 11. For details, call (410) 396-4575.
The application deadline is Jan. 29 for visual artists interested in participating in exhibitions at School 33 Art Center during the 1994-1995 gallery season.
Artists must live within a 75-mile radius of Baltimore City. Each applicant may submit either an individual proposal, a group proposal or an installation space project proposal. An independent gallery exhibition panel will review the applications and artists' slides. For details, call (410) 396-4641 or (410) 396-4642 TDD.
The Arena Players Inc., will hold auditions for its spring production of Michael Bennett's "Dreamgirls" at 8 p.m. tomorrow, Tuesday and Wednesday at the theater, 801 McCulloh St. The production needs actors, singers and dancers aged 16 to 35. For details, call (410) 945-7964.
St. Mary's Musical Theater, in conjunction with the Cultural Arts Institute, will hold auditions for its April production of "Annie" at 1 p.m. Jan. 22 in St. Mary's Church Hall, 5502 York Road. Actors, vocalists, dancers and musicians are needed. For details, call (410) 435-ARTS.
Spring auditions for the University of Maryland Chorus, directed by Paul Traver, are scheduled for Jan. 21-23 in the Tawes Fine Arts Center at UM's College Park campus. The chorus will tour Europe in June performing Verdi's "Requiem." For details and to schedule an audition, call (301) 405-5571.