Outside In and Pallant House Gallery Madge Gill Co-Commission. Deadline 26th October. Outside In supports artists that face a significant barrier to the artworld.
CaFÉ artist Elijah Chong created this piece, Set and Setting: Declination, with acrylic ink on paper in 2019. #NewMexico
See more of Chong's work at http://www.elijahkanechong.com
#WayOutWest #AcrylicInk #ArtOfTheDay
Artist in Residence at @WMGallery applicants must live or work in neighbouring East London boroughs. Deadline October 26 #artsjobs #artopps
.@cnqmdi's essay, part of a series by @LAReviewofBooks celebrating 20 years of Creative Capital, explores the charged atmosphere of 2009. The Occupy slogan "Off the Sidewalks Into the Future," she writes, uniquely captured the efforts to remake the world. http://ow.ly/dLUJ50C09iT
In the newest installation of Art Matters Now (@creativecap), @cnqmdi looks back on Occupy and the rallying cries of 2009. http://ow.ly/xR0Y50C03VK
We had the great privilege to be on the Music Cities Together LIVE Show with Michael Bracey to talk about our latest Creative Vitality List: The Top 10 Music Cities You Need to Know About. Check it out: https://bit.ly/3ki33Se #CVSuite #CreativeVitalityList #MusicCitiesTogether
We are thrilled to announce that WESTAF Chair Tamara Mozahuani Alvarado will be joining the David and Lucile Packard Foundation as the new program officer for the foundation's Local Grantmaking Program. Congratulations from your WESTAF family, Tamara! https://bit.ly/37jvj31
Join @creativecap on Oct. 29 for a webinar on Ethical Storytelling Practices, which promises to take artists through a framework for values-based storytelling and share examples of how to put those values into practice! Learn more & register today: https://bit.ly/3knCfQm
On 10/23, #CCAwardee Dread Scott reflects on the work of Jacob Lawrence, and how he has influenced his own work. In 2019, Scott worked with hundreds of actors to perform SLAVE REBELLION REENACTMENT in New Orleans to reimagine a slave uprising in 1811. http://ow.ly/tayR50BUsdM
Explore the #SeasonForChange Toolkit: an online, open source selection of tips, case-studies and guides to help artists and arts organisations embed climate justice and sustainability in their work. Compiled by @JoinTheSeason_
Public Art Commission: Linking The Greens. South Gloucestershire Council require lead artist to develop a plan including detailed designs for a public art scheme.
In "Borderlands" @art21's highlights Tanya Aguiñiga and Postcommodity's #CCProjects. On 10/27, join us for a free online screening. Make a donation of any amount to join a Q&A with the artists, as part of our fundraiser to support artists. http://ow.ly/ONWG50BYXiu
DAC'S STREET PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION - Deadline 11/24/20: Open worldwide. Downtown Arts Collective is now accepting submissions for an exhibition exploring street photography. Awards. Sales. Flat file... https://www.downtownartscollective.com/opencall
Bernadette Vielbig is the artist behind this sculpture made of found objects. The piece is called What Beastly Things Happen When Housewives go to Sleep and was made in 2007. #California
See more of Vielbig's work at http://BernadetteVielbig.com
#WayOutWest #Sculpture #ArtOfTheDay
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Ethical Storytelling Practices Workshop Presented by @creativecap in partnership with The Center for Cultural Power, a women of color, artist-led organization igniting change at the intersection of art culture and social justice. Happening Oct 29th https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ethical-storytelling-practices-tickets-120069076841?mc_cid=2fe5172cbb&mc_eid=7281bdd05a
Counter to past media that shaped our idea of incarceration, #CCAwardee Garrett Bradley "shifts attention away from the geography of the prison as central to examining the carceral state and instead concentrates on the private sphere," says @TheAtlantic. http://ow.ly/j3PL50BXuZE
In 8 short documentaries, @PBS highlights 8 BIPOC artists you should know. #CCAwardee Elissa Blount Moorhead made the film about post-disciplinary artist Damon Davis. http://ow.ly/SHlm50BWNUt
Last chance to sign up for today's online workshop led by CPA Elaine Luttrull on managing your finances, long-term budgeting, and revised income streams during the economic shutdown. Sign up to participate live, or watch anytime after it airs! http://ow.ly/pQXs50BXwna
Congrats to these painters and sculptors who received a grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation, including #CCAwardee Bahar Behbahani!
.@filmmaker's list of 25 New Faces of Independent Film includes Nikyatu Jusu. The magazine says the script for Jusu's #CCProject NANNY, currently in progress, "os incisive about the sociology of domestic work and immigrant cultures in New York." http://ow.ly/dGSC50BXw88
AWESOME FOUNDATION GRANTS - Deadline: Recurring Monthly – The Awesome Foundation is a global community advancing the interest of awesome in the universe, $1000 at a time. Anyone is eligible for a grant — individuals, groups, and organizations alike... https://artdeadline.com/ops/awesome/
Last chance to apply for @antennaworks open call in New Orleans. Artists can exhibit at the gallery, publish a book, or work on month-long residency. All opportunities provide creators with both financial and logistical support. Deadline: Oct 22. http://ow.ly/cWlC50BWKHD
China has transformed from agrarian to urban in a matter of years. Lily & Honglei explore how families have been torn up by this dramatic shift in their #CCProject SHADOW PLAY: TALES OF URBANIZATION IN CHINA. We spoke to the artists about their project. http://ow.ly/YyT350BXugY
🎥 Must watch—This Friday, October 23, join us for a virtual event with artist Dread Scott (@DreadScottArt) who shares his creative practice, including his recent performance "Slave Rebellion Reenactment," and his reflections on the work of #JacobLawrence.