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Call For Artists: April 2019 and Beyond

Rose Smith, Chestnut Street, 2017. This image was part of the “Last Pieces of Vine City” exhibit for Art on the BeltLine in 2018.

APRIL 2019

Art on the Atlanta Beltline 
Location: Atlanta, GA
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine is now open and accepting proposals. New this year to the program is the addition of technical support positions to execute the art works, along with the first ever Artist, Curator, and Scholar in Residence. For more information and to apply, go here. 
Deadline: April 26 (for all programs and positions)

Fulton County Arts & Culture: Fine Art Acquisition

Location: Atlanta, GA

Fulton County Arts and Culture Public Art Program is seeking submissions for their Fine Art Acquisition Program. Art works purchased by the county will be placed in Atlanta-Fulton County Public Libraries (AFPLS) through out the city. Pieces must be original work and unframed. All artists over the age of 18 who reside in the state of Georgia are eligible to apply. For more information, requirements and how to apply, please go here. 

Deadline: May 1

Wesobou Festival
Location: Augusta, GA 
Westobou Festival is currently seeking proposals for three projects: A box Truck Studio, Public/ Performance Art, and Special Programs. Proposals must adhere to the mission and spirit of the festival. An informational session will be held April 15 at Westobou Gallery in Augusta. For more information go here. 
Deadline:
May 15

Metal Museum : Tributaries

Location: Memphis, TN

Tributaries is open to metalsmiths of all ages and at all stages of their careers. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Once you have applied to Tributaries, your application is held for five years. Previous exhibitors in Tributaries will not be accepted. For more information and to fill out an application, go here. 

Deadline: Rolling

A Studio in the Woods: Adaptation Residency

Location: New Orleans, LA 
Southern Louisiana has one of the most delicate and vulnerable ecosystems in the world, and A Studio In the Woods invites artists to apply for it’s environmentally based residency Adaptation. Each artist will be provided with scholarly support, supplies, space, time and a stipend to create works about our rapidly changing and at risk environment. Artists of all mediums encouraged to apply. For more information and to apply, go here. 
Deadline: April 22

MacDowell Colony
Location: St Peterborough, NH
The Colony accepts applications from artists working in the following disciplines: architecture, film/video arts, interdisciplinary arts, literature, music composition, theatre, and visual arts. Each residency lasts up to eight weeks. There is a 30$ application fee for the MacDowell Colony. For more information, please go here. 
Deadline: 
April 15

Ox-Bow

Location: Saugatuck, MI

Ox-Bow is now accepting applications for it’s two, three, and five week residencies this fall. Artists across mediums, including writers, are encouraged to apply. Those who are currently enrolled in a degree program are not allowed to apply for the general artist residency, and are instead encouraged to apply for the MFA residency program. For more information and to apply, go here.

Deadline: May 1

 


Find more upcoming artist opportunities in these compilations published by Creative Capital and BOMB.


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