The Town of Bel Air is seeking a muralist for an exterior wall located on the garages behind the Armory on Main Street. The purpose of the mural is to provide visual appeal to the blank wall on the north side of the Armory Garages and to provide additional public art in the downtown area. The concept for the mural is to create a colorful, inviting piece of public art that highlights Bel Air as a designated Arts and Entertainment District. Creativity concerning style and content is encouraged to enhance the visual landscape.
Application Deadline: Sunday, May 31, 11:00 pm
Application Fee: $10.00
Gen-Y 3.0: Aspiring DMV (ages 17-27) Artists
VisArts welcomes artists ages 17 – 27 in the DC, Maryland, Virginia, area to submit their application for review for Gen-Y 3.0, our third exhibition by young emerging artists in our Kaplan Gallery from July 22 – August 28, 2016.
Gen-Y 3.0 is an opportunity for young emerging artists to showcase their work in a professional art gallery. Work will be juried into the show by June 12, 2016.
In 2014 Arlington Arts Center launched an initiative to provide a platform for curators looking for opportunities to workshop unrealized ideas for exhibitions, and now we’re bringing it back to AAC in 2016!
This program supports curators by helping develop exhibitions from conception to realization and providing critical professional development over a nine-month period.
School of Design
South Dakota State University
Brookings, South Dakota
Residency Term: September 26-October 21, 2016
Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment, Inc. is excited to announce a call for entries for the second annual Bromo Film Nights! Bromo Film Nights is an award-winning (Baltimore Magazine 2015) outdoor film series in Downtown Baltimore’s Bromo Arts District that showcases and celebrates local art and filmmaking. Maryland-based artists & filmmakers are invited to submit time-based media including film, video, installations and projections under 10 minutes in length.
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The City of Raleigh invites artists or artist teams experienced with the integration of art elements into a community space to submit qualifications to work as a public art consulting member of the project design team for the design and implementation of renovation to John Chavis Memorial Park. A place of pride and profound remembrance, the park celebrates the life and work of educator John Chavis and recognizes the park’s history to the African‐American community during and following segregation.
Public art consultant budget: $20,000.
Up to three finalists will be selected for interviews and paid a $1,000 travel stipend.
Additional information can be found here.
Qualifications must be submitted by 5 p.m. EST Friday, May 13, 2016.
Come help us kick-off the process to update the City’s Sustainability Plan!
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
April 19th, 6 to 8pm
1701 N. Gay Street, Baltimore, 21213
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