See below for grants, calls for proposals, and residency opportunities available to artists in Georgia and throughout the United States. Deadlines begin March 11, 2013.
KINETICA: Movement in Art
Open call to professional artists, students, designers, engineers, etc. to participate in an exhibition on the theme of movement to be displayed at Manifest in Cincinnati, OH.
Deadline: March 11
KINETICA is a cross disiplinary exhibition that will feature work that either incorporates literal movement or in some way depicts movement. Pieces included in the exhibition will be selected by a panel of jurors and on view in the main gallery space at Manifest in Cincinnati’s the East Walnut Hills neighborhood. The exhibition will be on view from April 19 to May 17. Full details and application information available here.
100 Painters of Tomorrow
Open call for painters to be included in the forthcoming major publication 100 Painters of Tomorrow.
Deadline: March 15
100 Painters of Tomorrow is a print publication that will be released by Thames & Hudson in 2014. Submissions will be judged by an international jury of prominent artists, curators, and arts writers. Publication of 100 Painters of Tomorrow will coincide with a major exhibition of painting at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. For full information and guidelines for submission, click here.
Flux Night 2013
Open call for proposals for fourth annual Flux Night to take place in Atlanta’s Castleberry Hill neighborhood in October 2013.
Deadline: March 22
Atlanta based Flux Projects will once again take over Castleberry Hill with their annual Flux Night event on October 5, 2013. London-based curator Helena Reckitt, along with a committee made up of members the Flux Projects board and staff, will select proposed projects based around the curatorial theme of “Free Association.” Full details and application information are available here.
Request for proposals for public art projects for the Elevate public art exhibition to be on view in Downtown Atlanta in October.
Deadline: April 1
The Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs has released a call for project proposals for this year’s Elevate exhibition of public art in Downtown Atlanta. This call is open to individual artists and organizations. The past two years of Elevate have brought works from local and international artists ranging from performance, sculpture, and installation to the Downtown neighborhood. For full details, click here.
Charlotte Street Foundation: Curator-in-Residence 2013-14
Open call for emerging curators for a 10-month curatorial residency at the Charlotte Street Foundation in Kansas City, MO.
Deadline: April 1
Kansas City’s Charlotte Street Foundation, an arts advocacy organization and exhibition space, is seeking emerging curators to apply for a 10-month curatorial residency. During the course of the residency, the selected curator will conceive exhibitions and develop programming that will engage the arts community in the Kansas City region and beyond. Included in the residency is living space, a stipend, and a programming budget. For full details, click here.
Open call for new recent works in all media by women to be exhibited at the Dalton Gallery at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, GA.
Deadline: April 1
The Women’s Caucus for Art of Georgia has released an open call for submissions for Material Witness, an exhibition of recent works by self-identified women artists which will be on view at Agnes Scott College’s Dalton Gallery from September to November 2013. The call is open to all media including, but not limited to, two and three dimensional media, video, installation, and performance. For full information, click here.
Art in Odd Places 2013
Call for project proposals for Art in Odd Places 2013, a two-day event that will be hosted in downtown Greensboro, NC in early November 2013.
Deadline: April 2
Art In Odd Places 2013 is a two-day public art event seeking proposals for temporary public artworks that engage and disrupt the pedestrian traffic in downtown Greensboro. This call is open to projects in all media as. For full information, click here.
Art on the Beltline 2013
Open call for proposals for temporary public projects on the Atlanta Beltline.
Deadline: April 10
The Atlanta Beltline seeks proposals for temporary sculpture, installations, and performance works to be a part of the fourth annual Art on the Atlanta Beltline exhibition of public art. Works will be installed at various points along the Beltline and will be on view from September to October of this year. For more information about how to apply, click here.
Please leave a comment below if you know of more grant opportunities, calls for proposals, or residencies. Look for BURNAWAY‘s Call for Artists listings at the beginning of every month.