OPEN CALL: Small Works

This is a physical OPEN CALL exhibition that will open at The Royal on November 18, 2022. Artists selected for the exhibition will be included on the RSOAA website and social media platforms.

More Art 2023 Engaging Artists Fellowship

More Art’s year-long (January to January) Engaging Artists Fellowship is designed to help emerging NYC artists and community organizers develop and sustain a socially engaged and public art practice.

The Fellowship program curriculum includes mentorship, peer networking, access to programming opportunities in New York City, and workshops and artist talks tailored to the interests/needs of the cohort.

The infrastructure and laboratory provided by More Art allow selected emerging and underrepresented artists to gain a deeper understanding of the history and vitality of public and socially engaged art and encourage artists to expand and develop social practice.


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Mural Project at Art Center Sarasota

Art Center Sarasota is working with the Boys & Girls Club to create a collaborative art project with the mission to foster community and engage young artists.  The mural is to be painted on the West facing side of Art Center Sarasota’s building, and will be visible from The Bay’s Mangrove Path, welcoming the many visitors enjoying the revitalized bay park.  Art Center Sarasota values the importance of Public Art and believes that bringing children into the creation of this project will help to broaden their horizons, benefiting the community at large.  

OPEN CALL: Small Works

Artwork Details and Information
Artworks must be able to be delivered to the gallery by November 16th. Artwork information such as title, medium, and size should be included for all pieces. An image of the selected artwork will be taken directly from the Artist Profile and used on the RSOAA website and social media platforms.


"Who you are"

Chromart Project Space invited artists based in Berlin to submit their work for our upcoming exhibition "who you are".
This exhibition explores the limits between Identity and free choices.
Some identities we attach ourselves are not indeed who we are. They are masks that do not reflect our true selves. We put labels to make a meaningful sense of our labelness existence, and we let those labels define who we are.
We are born with no set presumptions. None of us comes to this world pre-categorized. We are born free to make the choice we want to make.

Tale Trail Mural Project

Keller Public Arts is excited to share our latest endeavor, the "Tale Trail Mural Project." The Keller Arts Board is working in conjunction with the Keller Library and Parks Department to create an outdoor trail with encased reading platforms that will house a story for young readers to follow and enjoy. The story will be changed quarterly to entice recurring visits. The conceptual plan for the trail came to be as a means to memorialize a for Library Director and active Keller resident, Lisa Harper Wood who passed away from Cancer.

To participate in this Call, applicants must be Texas resident artists, and complete the application through CaFe A copy of the call can be downloaded from the Public Arts Website, www.cityofkeller.com/publicarts. 


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