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Last updated Jul. 26, 2018 - 1:00 pm
Wilders Grove Solid Waste Services Facility; Buffaloe Road Aquatic Center; Art-On-The-Move; Art on City Plaza

Matt McConnell, Lee Cherry & Marc Russo for Wilders Grove Solid Waste Services Facility; Vega Metals for Buffaloe Road Aquatic Center; Ijeoma Onuh for Art-On-The-Move; Patrick McDonald for Art on City Plaza

Artist Calls are posted as projects and exhibition opportunities come available. You can subscribe to the Arts Flash Newsletter to stay up to date about upcoming calls and Raleigh Arts projects.


Downtown Art Beats - Call for Portfolios

The City of Raleigh Department of Transportation and Raleigh Arts Office, in partnership with Artspace and the Downtown Raleigh Alliance, seek artists or artist teams to submit qualifications (5 images of previous work and brief concept proposal) to create small semi-permanent sidewalk paintings in the downtown area. Twelve artists will be selected for monthly installations September 2018–August 2019; each artist will receive a $200 honorarium.
To apply please fill out the Wufoo Form. There is no fee to submit qualifications.

The City of Raleigh Department of Transportation and Raleigh Arts Office, in partnership with Artspace and the Downtown Raleigh Alliance, seek artists or artist teams to submit qualifications (5 images of previous work and brief concept proposal) to create small semi-permanent sidewalk paintings in the downtown area. Twelve artists will be selected for monthly installations September 2018–August 2019; each artist will receive a $200 honorarium.

Eligibility is open to visual and graphic artists, 18 years of age or older, residing, working, or attending school in the Triangle Area of North Carolina. All materials must be received no later than August 13, 2018.

For details and how to apply check out the artist call.

Block2 Call for Video Artists

Block2 Call for Artists

Call For Video Artists - Raleigh Art's Block2 Video Series is an outdoor visual platform for video, digital and new media artists. Viewed after dark, the changing videos aim to expand a viewer's notion of what visual art is and introduce the community to new artists, ideas, and experimental mediums.

If you are interested in submitting material to be considered, please contact Stacy Bloom Rexrode, Curator of Exhibitions and Collections.

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