In collaboration with the Reginald F. Lewis Museum, Arts Every Day is proud to present the second installment of our 10×10 Exhibit. This year’s exhibition will be inspired by story quilter Joan Gaither and painter Jacob Lawrence, both of whom are exhibiting work at the Lewis Museum this year. Baltimore City students and teachers are open to submit art and performances that explore the life and works of these two prominent African-American artists.

Who is eligible?
All Baltimore City students and educators.

What can I submit? 
10in x 10in art works or a 3 minute performance video. Please note:This is a curated exhibit, and we may not be able to accommodate all pieces submitted.

When is the exhibition?
Exhibition: January 8th-February 23rd, 2018, The Motor House
Reception: January 24th, 2018 4-7PM, The Motor House

What are the deadlines?

  • December 1, 2017: Complete the submission form and upload an image portfolio
  • December 15, 2017: Drop off artwork and signed art release forms at the Motor House, 120 W, North Ave. Baltimore, MD 21201. 

I need more information, who do I contact?
Carla Blackwell,

More info HERE.

RFQ Posted November 13, 2017 for Gateway Sculpture into Downtown Roanoke VA
The Deadline for response to the RFQ is December 15 by 2:00PM.

The City of Roanoke seeks artists or artist teams’ qualifications to design, fabricate and install a sculpture or other suitable art in a park located at Entranceway Park, 114 Wells Ave N.W. which serves as a gateway into downtown Roanoke. The art work shall reflect the inclusively and diversity of the population of the City of Roanoke. The project is funded through a one time allocation that recognizes the tenth year of the City of Roanoke’s formal Percent for Art Program. The budget is $45,000. This project is open to all artists and artist teams, age 18 and over, who are residents of the United States. All applicants, regardless of race, sex, religion, nationality, origin or disability will be considered.
Photos, drawings and the RFQ can be viewed at

Full Bleed, an online and print journal of art and design, seeks original essays and artwork on the theme of Crisis. In particular, Full Bleed is interested in writing that critiques narratives and representations arising from contemporary crises, and assessments of artwork and design that address crises of the past, present, or future. Please send pitches or previously unpublished work along with a brief biography to editor Paul Jaskunas (, Contributors will receive a modest honorarium.

Full Bleed’s first issue explored migration and immigration and included artwork, poetry, memoir, essays, and criticism from a rich variety of internationally recognized contributors. Published annually by Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Full Bleed is committed to cultivating aesthetic experience and progressive design while furthering understanding of contemporary conditions. Full Bleed favors artwork, criticism, and illustration that emanate personality and experiment with form, encouraging contrarian argument on fundamental questions of value and cultural phenomena that are of active concern to living artists and designers. Issue One is sold out. Visit for more information.