SHE BUILT NYC OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS The City of New York seeks artists interested in creating a public monument that honors women’s history. If you are such an artist, please click here to apply by September 30, 2018 at 11:59PM. CLICK HERE FOR FULL PROSPECTUS BACKGROUND On June 20, 2018 First Lady Chirlane McCray,
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Bronx Now, Opening Reception, Saturday July 14, 6-9PM, on view through September 8, 2018 at the newly re-opened Bronx River Art Center. This exhibition looks at a cross section of artwork being made in the Bronx today. It is comprised of 16 artists working in mediums of sculpture, work on paper, photography, painting, digital art, graffiti art, textiles and living art.
Participating Artists: John Ahearn, Benton C Bainbridge, Roy Baizan, Michael Paul Britto, Julius “Tkid 170” Cavero, CES, Ivan Gaete, Samantha Holmes, Heidi L. Johnson, MRS, Devon Rodriguez, Shellyne Rodriguez, Moses Ros-Suárez, Edgar Santana, Rhynna M. Santos, and Natalie Collette Wood.
The Andrew Freedman Home is pleased to present Natural Phenomenon, Natalie Collette Wood’s second solo exhibition at the Andrew Freedman Home. A reception will be held at the gallery on Friday, July 13, 2018, from 6-8 PM. Natural Phenomenon presents a two-part exhibition investigating the intimate relationship between home, nature, and spiritual environments through painting,
Artists are invited to apply to the Community Commissions 10th Anniversary open call! To commemorate its 10th Anniversary, DOT Art is soliciting proposals to commission temporary artwork in partnership with long standing agency collaborators for five signature sites that have been home to multiple art installations over the past ten years. Selected artworks may remain installed for up to 11 months and selected artists are eligible to receive up to $12,000 toward direct project costs.
Bronx Children’s Museum is entering a significant phase of planning where we intend to work closely with the Bronx artist community. Therefore, we request that artists who are residents or have a strong connection to the Bronx respond to this RFQ.
Another great event in the Bronx! We had a blast at the opening reception for Jamel Shabazz: Black Documents and Black Documents: Freedom, two photography exhibitions presented by Literary Freedom Project and curated by BX200’s Laura James.