Art Show : Depression

the set nyc presents a  new art show  :  DEPRESSION.  A show in New York City.   Showcasing the evils of Depression and how to overcome it.  Part of the PIMCOMEDY The Musical series and story.  A story about depression and overcoming the evil.  The good, overcoming the darkness.  How suffering can end.  Ending child trafficking.  Show located in Manhattan , Off Broadway Show and Musical.  Off Broadway Art Show.  Located in New York City

Depression is an evil Demon.  Coming at us at all angles.  Can we escape it?   I am laying on the couch, depression.  No one cares about me.  No one cares about me, No one loves me.  I am depressed.  Down in the dumps.   An Off Broadway Art show and Exhibition.  Look forward to your submission!  NYC.  New York City . www.thesetnyc.com

Open call for Experienced Outdoor/Mural Artist

Manchester College is inviting expressions of interest from artists with previous experience of painting outdoor work / mural works; who would like to be considered for creating work on a their East Campus.


2020/21 has been a unique and difficult year for many, and for our students and colleagues it has been a time of worry, uncertainty and change.

Throughout this time, our students and staff have exemplified the resilience, positivity and aspiration that is at the heart of The Manchester College and UCEN Manchester.

The purpose of the mural is to create a ‘visual time capsule’ that encapsulates the feelings, fears and hopes for the future of our students and colleagues throughout the pandemic.

Open Call for Curatorial Projects

Open Call for Curatorial Projects

The BFI’s Film Feels season returns this summer, celebrating films’ unique ability to transport us, to illuminate ideas, and to spark conversations. This time round the overall theme is ‘hopeful’, and we’re looking to support three film events that fit Film Feels’ subthemes (outlined below) as part of our All Summer Long season of events.

Film Feels: Hopeful - subthemes:


Stories imbued with hope for new beginnings, better tomorrows and the goodness of humanity

Dreams of the Future

From smart cities and clean energy to food equity and social justice - whether fiction or non-fiction, films can help us to reimagine the future.

METC Sidewalk Art Gallery Show

The Museum of Early Trades & Crafts (METC) is inviting New Jersey artists to submit artwork for an exhibition held in the METC Education Annex in October 2021. Artists are invited to create original fine artwork on canvas material that will be provided. Each banner will be a one-of-a-kind work of art using any medium of the artist’s choice reflecting the theme of “Hope.”

The canvas banners are 24’ x 36’ and will be on display in the Museum’s Education Annex windows for a period of three months starting on October 27, 2021 and ending February 28, 2022. At the end of the exhibition, METC will host a reception where the banners will be sold and/or auctioned. The sales/auction price will be divided between the artist (60%) METC (40%).

Call for Black Queer Voices To Share Stories of Love and Hope

A NEW campaign to find and share the stories of Black LGBTQ+ people has been launched this month.

'Amplify Black Queer Voices' is calling on bloggers, podcasters, filmmakers, writers and creatives to share their personal experiences of love, hope, home and family in a bid to increase representation for the Black LGBTQ+ community.

The campaign is being launched by award-winning playwright Paul Boakye, editor-in-chief of blackgayblog.com - successful submissions will be hosted on the popular site.

The "Amplify Black Queer Voices" campaign is taking submissions throughout March 2021.

Art Therapy Institute - 2nd Friday ArtWalk - Call for Artists: The Heart

The Art Therapy Institute is calling all creatives for a virtual community art show to take place on 2/12/21 as a part of our February 2nd Friday ArtWalk. We hope that this ArtWalk will remind us that we are not alone and honor our collective hope and resilience. We will showcase your work through electronic representations (images, videos, sounds, etc.). Submit at: https://hipaa.jotform.com/210126950990152

We ask that you center the Heart in your creative process. Some food for thought to get started: What do you hold in your Heart? How does your Heart feel? What keeps your Heart alive? All interpretations and artistic mediums are welcome.


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