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Artlink, Desert Botanical Garden, and How Low Can Your Logo Among The Latest Calls for Artists

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"Sustainable Phosphorus Summit" @ Desert Botanical Garden
Arizona State University's School of Life Sciences is accepting submissions for its "Sustainable Phosphorus Summit: phosphorus, food, and our future" juried show that will be held at Desert Botanical Garden in February, 2011. Entry deadline is January 1, 2011. Check this for details.

Artlink Phoenix's 13th Annual Juried Exhibition @ A.E. England Gallery
The downtown art group that helps make First Friday happen is looking for artists, in all mediums, for its annual show that opens on March 4, 2011. The jurors include Legend City's Randy Slack, ASU Art Museum senior curator and associate director Heather Lineberry, and Lisa Sette Gallery associate director Duane Smith. Submissions are due by January 15, 2011. See this for more information.

Tres Rios Public Art Project @ Tres Rios Wetlands
The City of Phoenix's Office of Cultural Affairs is looking for contributors for its $2 million landscaping and public art project. The winning artist(s) will work with a design team to help incorporate public art into the Tres Rios Wetlands, located at the confluence of the Salt, Gila, and Agua Fria rivers. For more info, click here.

How Low Can Your Logo
Forget all of your artsy know-how, design the worst logo ever, and receive a bevy of prizes, such as a Laserdisc player and one-year subscriptions to Print and How magazines. To find out more about the Excellencico's national competition, see this.

Governor's Arts Awards
The Arizona Commission on the Arts and Arizona Citizens for the Arts are accepting nominations for the 30th Annual Governor's Arts Awards, scheduled to take place on April 12, 2011. To nominate an Arizona-based artist, arts organization, or educator, you must do so by December 3. Go here for the details.

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