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by Zach Frater You’re strolling through your hood in the early evening. A curated playlist reverberates in your earbuds, your hand digging into a bag of Tropical Skittles. A nippy fall has come early to the city and you’re warming yourself with memories of a summer unlike the others, one spent in trepidation over an

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Bronx Now 2020 Group Exhibition

Large Group Show of Bronx Artists Opens on the Lower East Side  WHAT: Bronx Now 2020 Art Exhibition WHERE: Chashama Gallery Space 55 Ave. A at 4th St WHEN: March 19 – April 11, 2020  OPENING EVENT: Saturday, March 21, 4PM – 8PM ARTIST TALKS: Saturday, March 28, 4PM and Saturday, April 4, 4PM Facebook

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DOT ART | February 2020 Paid Public Art Opportunities

DOT Art is kicking off the New Year by seeking artists for two key initiatives: Barrier Beautification and Asphalt Art Activations.

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BX200 presents Art for Sale with Melanie Gonzalez

Hear Melanie speak about her latest photo project ‘Rock & Shadow’ 4 limited edition prints ON SALE! ©Melanie Gonzalez, 2019 Each Photograph – 17 x 22 inches, Ed. 25, Signed and numbered by the Artist For more information, or to purchase photographs email melanie_gee@live.com http://www.mga-studio.com/ Filmed at Studio Melanie Gonzalez Art, Mott Haven, Bronx Produced

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Open Call | Chashama Fordham Plaza 2020, Deadline: January 31, 2020

Chashama in collaboration with the Department of Transportation, is offering exhibition space to artists in a highly visible location on Fordham Road. The building provides unobstructed floor to ceiling windows that let in a plethora of natural light, while the surrounding area is a hub for commuters, shoppers, & students the like.

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Call for Art | Bridgeman Studio Award 2019, The Art of Diversity DEADLINE 12/16

Enter the Bridgeman Studio Award 2019 by uploading up to 5 images on the theme THE ART OF DIVERSITY and you could win a $6000 cash prize, plus the winning artwork will be turned into a limited edition print and exhibited in London in March 2020. 5 runners-up will also receive $600 cash and have

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Natural History, Paintings From the Golden Age | Heidi Johnson at Hell Gate Arts 11/23-1/11/2020

Heidi Johnson’s paintings give a glimpse into a constructed world where flora and fauna have overwhelmed their environment. Seemingly oblivious to what might be considered chaos, an abundance of birds, animals, insects and plants appear to thrive and delight on the detritus of human existence.

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Tips For Your First Craft Show by Abby Holt

Ready to share your work with the world? Craft fairs are a great way for artists to get their pieces into the public view, and make some money along the way to boot. But your first fair can be a little intimidating, so here are some tips to help you hit the ground running.

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Magic, Ethereal Ideology in Contemporary Art | Laura James, Karen Aiki Kelley, and Michael Wilson at Hell Gate Arts

Hell Gate Arts is pleased to present, Magic, Ethereal Ideology in Contemporary Art, an exhibit of work that is closely bound to spirituality, spell making, and ethereal ideology.

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Jessica Spence’s Inspiring Art Pays Respect to Black Hair and Womanhood by Tiffanee E. Thompson

Spence’s creative process pulls from her own personal experience and the desire to include models specifically from her community in the Bronx. This series on Black hair and Black culture, currently focuses on women and girls through portrait-like images highlighting their hair styles, energy and creativity.

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