The City of Roanoke and Roanoke Arts Commission  seek artist’s or artist teams’ qualifications to design, fabricate and install a mural or other suitable art under the I 581 bridge located at Tazewell Ave. at Second Street in downtown Roanoke.  This request is strictly for qualifications only.  The art work shall serve as a gateway to and reflect the history and spirit of the Southeast and Belmont Neighborhoods. This project is open to all artists and artist teams, age 18 and over, who are residents of the United States.

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Friday, December 4th 2015. Free.

Alloverstreet is a night of simultaneous art openings and events spanning the many art spaces of East Oliver Street in the Station North Arts and Entertainment District. Celebrate Alloverstreet’s two year birthday on Friday, December 4th with openings from 7-10pm. **Many arts spaces and individuals involved in this special event will be creating artistic responses to the recent violent offense that occurred at the Copycat building that audience members will be able to participate in.** We will be kicking off the night at the Station North Tool Library with a big celebration, happy hour, cookies, a raffle and more! This rad kick off will be from 5-8PM, make sure to stop by so you can get all the info and snacks you need to make it through the rest of the events. And join us for the best birthday party you will ever go to at the amazing Station North Arts Cafe from 9PM-12AM, featuring sets by Amy Reid, Greydolf and more. Breakfast will be served. This party is free. SEE YOU THERE!

KICK OFF EVENT (5:00-8:00PM):
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Art Flyer Front

BALTIMORE, MD – December 2, 2015 — The Incredible Creation is officially opening The Incredible Little Art Gallery on December 19, 2015. The gallery is located at 823 East Baltimore Street (Doors A&B). The Incredible Little Art Gallery strives to be the youngest African-American-Owned Art Gallery in Baltimore. The gallery will provide opportunities for aspiring painters, sculptors, photographers, etc. The criteria for such opportunities are based on participant’s talent, artistic individuality and level of discipline. The Incredible Creation founder, Milly Vanderwood, believes that artists from all mediums should be able to display their talents, regardless of traditional standards of the “art spectrum”.

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