Community Art

2023 Inbreak Residency


The Inbreak Residency is a virtual co-learning and making environment that promotes a collective exploration of the intersections of art, faith, and race in the United States. This residency is for artists of any medium who are looking for a collaborative environment to generate community-focused projects, who are seeking the next step in their artistic development, and/or who want to grow in the area of creative leadership.


Art is a Lifeline

How can we use art as a lifeline to communicate, connect, and heal the world around us? 


The Art Therapy Institute is calling all creatives to participate in a virtual community art show scheduled for 2/11/22 to 3/10/22. The virtual gallery opening will take place 2/11/22 @ 6PM ET (US & Canada). During the opening, artists will be invited to share their art and connect with fellow artists and participants. We hope this community art show will remind us of the power of connection while it honors our collective hope and resilience. All mediums (visual, written, audio, etc.) welcome. Submission deadline is 1/14/22, 11:59PM ET.
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Call for artists: The Sleepover

The Sleepover is an international community art project that explores the significance of female gathering traditions.

Women of all ages and backgrounds are invited to share art inspired by their personal experiences with sleepovers, religious traditions, sewing circles, girl scouts, mehndi parties, baby showers, unique family customs--the list goes on! While the project team is based in Maryland, we welcome all US and international entries.

We're seeking visual art, memories, short stories, music, sound art, essays, videos, poems, physical objects, and multidisciplinary work. These will be curated for digital exhibition and serve as inspiration for an original theatre piece. The Sleepover is supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council (

Terre da Film Festival


The historical period in which we live is inevitably leading us to ask ourselves again who we are and where we put ourselves in the world. In addition to asking ourselves who we are today, we must also ask ourselves what our relationship is with others and how to include them in our lives.

At its first edition, Terre da Film Festival focuses on the theme of the IDENTITY.

Identity as choice.
Identity as a mirror.
Identity as a departure or a new point of arrival.
Identity of a place or a dear event.
Identity as a condition of perpetual searching.

Midtown 24 Artist in Residence Grant

We are an Artist in Residence grant program for rental apartment communities, creating new pathways for artists to thrive, and for fellow residents to celebrate the spirit of arts in community. American Landmark: Artist in Residence provides no-cost housing and studio space for up to one year for selected visual artists. In return, grant recipients are responsible for implementing community-wide, on-site art programs.

This particular residency opportunity at Midtown 24 is located in Plantation, Florida. Midtown 24 is actively seeking South Florida visual artists to reside in this newly renovated high-rise while utilizing their skill and craft as an ally to the community in innovative and inspiring ways. 


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