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Collage as Street Art Residency: New Orleans

A week-long, in-person residency that coincides with Kolaj Fest New Orleans (7-11 June 2023), during which artists will explore the city, learn about the history and materials of street art, and make artwork for public display that Kolaj Fest attendees and New Orleanians will be able to view.

Deadline to Apply: Sunday, 16 April 2023. Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis until space is filled. Artists are encouraged to apply well before the deadline.

Call to Artists: Collage as Street Art Residency


Collage as Street Art: Letting the Art Find Its Own Audience

A four-week, virtual/online residency with Kolaj Institute in July 2021

Deadline to apply: 20 June 2021

In this 4-week, project-driven collage residency, artists will delve into the history, methods and major artists of the “street art” movement with a particular emphasis on collage. Participants will endeavor to put some of those methods into practice, taking their collage art out into the streets. Documenting the entire process will be integral to the project, as the resulting work will be published in a Kolaj Street Krewe book to be announced at a later date.

From A to Y - Open call for Street Art (for online feature)

We are AAAGENCYYY, an international contemporary art blog with profiles on different social media.

We are planning a week of Street art posts on our feeds and we are currently selecting entries from visual artists.

We want to share fresh and innovative ideas with our community.

Please send an email with images or your Instagram profile for us to review at:

If selected for a feature you'll be linked/tagged/credited.

Thanks! AY



Graphic/Street Art for Oxford City Centre Window

Makespace Oxford is looking for a bold street or graphic artist to transform a street facing window into an exciting and engaging urban art piece.

What the space will be: The Community Works will be a dynamic community action hub located in the Oxford city centre for social enterprises and progressive organisations. 

Project Background: Makespace Oxford transforms empty and underused  buildings into dynamic hubs for community action, creativity and social change. They support socially conscious organisations to build a community by providing  affordable space to work and collaborate.

Tone: Exciting, Progressive, Bold, Local, Accessible, Profound, Inviting, Provocative

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