Our monthly round up of calls, residencies, and opportunities for artists with deadlines in September 2021, including residencies at Hambidge and Idea Capital grants.
New York (9)
Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup includes the announcement of new gifts and donations at the Boca Raton Center for Arts and Innovation, Hampton University, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and Stove Works.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup includes the announcement of a fellowship program for U.S. Latinx artists supported by the Ford and Mellon foundations, the High Museum’s upcoming exhibition exploring the rise of self-taught artists, and more.
Daniel Fuller muses fondly over the showmanship of the Bayou Classic, the subject of Keith Duncan’s new works on view at Fort Gansevoort.
Madeleine Seidel profiles the recent work of photographer Lucas Blalock whose unnerving images unpack a childhood trauma at Dinsey World.
Madeleine Seidel investigates the analog, digital, and artistic “haunting” of Jacolby Satterwhite’s recent exhibition at Mitchell-Innes & Nash.
Artist Joel Dean reviews a solo exhibition by Brandon Ndife, considering what it means to view art during global catastrophe.
Ben Beckett speaks with two founding members of the New Museum Union about what the union has achieved and how workers kept united while fighting for a fair contract.
In recent paintings on view at Bureau in New York, Tennessee-based artist Tom Holmes contends with the versatility of artificial space and the freedom afforded by camouflage.