The 3rd Annual En Foco Photography Fellowship is designed to support photographers of color who demonstrate the highest quality of work as determined by a photography panel of peers and industry professionals.
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.
Site 5 DSA Owner LLC seeks proposals from artists for a mural on the façade of an exciting new development on the Lower East Side in the Essex Crossing project. The mural will be one of the largest of its kind in New York City.
Request for Qualifications: The Bronx River Art Center (BRAC) invites visual artists, designers, architects, landscape architects, and creative engineers with experience in arts productions in the public realm, to submit qualifications for consideration to produce temporary public art installations in the most recently completed segment of the Bronx River Greenway — Starlight Park. Applications will be accepted from professional artists over age 21 and not enrolled in school. Bronx-based artists are encouraged to apply.
Our final professional development for artists workshop is October 14th at The Point! To apply, email us at email@example.com by October 7th if you’d like to attend. Limited to 15 participants, preference given to Bronx artists. Creating a Website Using the WIX Platform Saturday October 14th – 12pm-3pm at The Point CDC, 940 Garrison Ave,
What a great time we had at The Art of TATS CRU opening reception and block party celebration! We loved meeting SO MANY fans of TATS and BronxArtSpace neighbors.
BXNYCreative Presents – The Art of TATS CRU An Exhibition and Block Party Celebrating 37 Years of TATS CRU June 3rd, 2PM – 6PM – Opening Reception and Block Party Celebration June 22nd, 6PM – Artist Talk with Hector Nazario aka “NICER,” Sotero Ortiz aka “BG183,” Wilfredo Feliciano aka “BIO” and moderated by Street Art
This workshop will cover basic low cost methods for documenting a variety of art works in a professional manner.
Moving to a new home or studio space can be a stressful event for an artist, in part because most artists own quite a few supplies and tools which need to be carefully packed and transported. Small, breakable drawing tools, temperature-dependent clay, and sharp sculpting tools are just a few of the things an artist has to think about when packing up for a move.