School 33 is now accepting artist portfolios for the third installation of its Co-Lab(oration) project, funded by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation!
Artists interested in collaborating with other artists of different disciplines, to create a new environment within the main entrance of the Center’s building, should apply. 3 artists will be selected to collaborate on this project that will be on view for at least 1 year. Each selected artist will be awarded an honorarium of $3000 for this collaboration; this project also comes with a budget for supplies and materials. Artists will be selected based on the strengths of their portfolios. Artists are invited to visit School 33 Art Center and see the actual space prior to submitting a portfolio for consideration. The finished project will be unveiled in early September 2014.
Co-Lab(oration) is an on-going platform for diverse artists to work collaboratively in a process of creative exploration, resulting in the development of multiple new works. The project should cultivate the production and exhibition of new artwork that integrates the ideas of artists from varied disciplines, encourage artistic experimentation and creative risk-taking to support the development of innovative practices or new artistic forms.
Selections will be made by our panel of jurors:
Anthony Cervino, Associate Professor of Art at Dickenson College, Carlisle, PA.
René Treviño, Exhibitions Coordinator at School 33 Art Center, Baltimore, MD.
For more information on how to submit a proposal, follow this link:http://bit.do/call-for-entry
Application Deadline: May 2, 2014
Notification Date: June 6, 2014