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Cherrylawn/Littlefield Street Mural and Curb Extension Project

City Walls and Department of Public Works - Complete Streets are partnering with residents to create a safer and more connected route for kids walking/biking to Noble Elementary. This includes traffic calming features like curb extensions and street art! We're looking for artists to help design the art and paint the art with the Noble Elementary teachers and students. Let's make Cherrylawn a space that fosters a sense of community and reflects the school and neighborhood character, all while protecting the children on their way to school! This project is all about creating a connected, safe, and inclusive community.

REQUEST FOR 2025 EXHIBITION PROPOSALS

Crossing Arts is currently accepting submissions for solo and group exhibitions, as well as proposals for exhibits that specifically address diversity, inclusion, and equity. We are seeking submissions to exhibit during 2025, please review the guidelines below before submitting your work. 

All artists living in the United States are encouraged to apply (a very strong and consistent body of work is essential).  Open to all traditional and non-traditional art forms and media. Artwork must not have been previously exhibited with  Crossing Arts. All submissions will be reviewed and juried by the Crossing Arts Gallery Committee, which is made up of  working professional artists, educators, and art organization leaders in our local community.  

The Bottle Cap - Online Open Call

Welcome to Art On An Object (AOAO), where transformation reigns supreme and artistic challenges fuel inspiration.

At Art On An Object, we believe in the power of art to defy conventions, challenge norms, and transform the mundane into the extraordinary. Our mission is simple: to provide a platform for contemporary artists to unleash their creativity and showcase their remarkable talents.

Each month, we present a new challenge that allow artists to push the boundaries of artistic expression. By setting challenges to redefine everyday objects through art, our challenges ignite innovation and encourage artists to break free from the constraints of tradition.

Romano Cagnoni Award 2024

The Romano Cagnoni Award, international prize dedicated to photojournalism, was born in 2019 in memory of the multifaceted ability to narrate the world by the photographer Romano Cagnoni (1935-2018).

The Award is promoted by the Romano Cagnoni Foundation, in collaboration with Photolux – International Festival of Photography. The Romano Cagnoni Award, directed by Benedetta Donato, is held every two years with the aim of supporting photographers who investigate, with depth and participation, topics related to the human condition, social and environmental change, humanitarian crises and the violation of human rights in the world.

RCA24 CONCEPT is ROOTS

METAVERSE ART RESIDENCY

 Loop Art Critique, is a program offering residencies and public showcases for artists. Our unique approach involves an Open Call where artists submit their work anonymously, allowing for impartial selection based solely on the artwork itself. Loop Art Critique operates primarily in the virtual space, with most submissions being digital artworks.

The standard residency spans six weeks, with live critiques twice weekly for three hours each session. The program accepts international participants and features a one-month public exhibition.

Movies for the Apocalypse

OPEN CALL!!!

Send us your shorts (under 20min) of any genre on the theme of apocalypse (the current one, theme can be creatively interpreted). We are selecting films for a post-apocalyptic time capsule, to show people of the future what our lives were like before the (maybe) impending Big Collapse.

Low/no budget films will be prioritised. 

We are accepting submissions on a rolling basis from now until April. In-progress work and/or proposals will also be considered! If you have something you think works, you can DM either of us on instagram ( @gisela.mulwinda  or @agathapple ), or email us at agatha.scaggiante@gmail.com.

The selected films will screen at Movies for the Apocalypse this May in the SET Woolwich Vault! 

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