Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower offers studio spaces for visual and literary artists. Located at 21 S. Eutaw Street, in the heart of the newly formed Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District, the 15 story city landmark is the perfect location for artists.
Artists interested in renting a studio must submit an application for review.
Questions? Contact Annie Applegarth at 443-220-0154 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
School 33 Art Center invites artists to submit artwork for consideration for our annual fundraiser exhibition, LOTTA ART. This annual lottery-style event raises funds for the support and growth of School 33, the renowned Baltimore arts institution that has championed the arts for over 30 years through exhibitions, studio space, and arts education.
CLICK HERE for more information.
Submission deadline is approaching for Area 405’s 2nd Annual Regional Student Exhibition juried by Cara Ober.
Submission Deadline: Friday, Feb. 1st , 2013 5:00pm (note: this is NOT a postmark date)
Exhibition Dates: April 3rd – April 20th, 2013
Artist opening reception Friday, April 5th, 7-10pm
Juror Panel Discussion Saturday, April 20th, 2013 Submission info HERE. Area 405 info HERE.
Nether. Artscape, 2012.
Krista’s previous post here, reminded me that Baltimore street artist, Nether, has an opening tonight at Weldon Arts in Brooklyn. There is an interview on their website and if you happen to be in New York, check out the show at:
Weldon Arts 181 Irving Ave., Bushwick, Brooklyn from 6-9pm.
The 2013 Vans Custom Culture competition is underway with open registration. The first 1,500 US-based public or private high schools that register receive 4 pairs of blank canvas shoes. Students then design and create art on the shoes in one of four categories, submit photos online and public votes choose five finalists. Winners get to show off their work and the winning school’s art program gets $50,000. For more information, visit www.vans.com/customculture.
The Open Society Institute-Baltimore seeks dynamic activists and social entrepreneurs interested in implementing projects that address problems in underserved communities in Baltimore City.
For fellowships beginning the fall of 2013, awards are in the amount of $60,000 over 18 months.
Please note: The application process has changed this year. The first step is now submitting a letter of inquiry. Learn more or download the application.
This photo was submitted by Patricia Stoakley. The sculpture can be found outside of New All Saint Church in Baltimore, located at Eldorado and Liberty Heights.
Submit your Art Seen photos here.