Residence Opportunities: South America May

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Part of our job at Marcel is to find opportunities for you to enhance your professional growth as an artist, no matter where you are on your artistic journey. That’s why we’ve literally made it our responsibility to scour the web and find relevant opportunities around the world so you don’t have to.

This week we’re featuring residencies throughout South America that have applications open until June.

Residency: Corazon

Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina

Who should apply: Artists of all disciplines and curators

Deadline: Rolling

What you should know: Residencia Corazón offers a complete International Artist in Residency Program (AIR) at the vibrant city of La Plata, Argentina. This residency does not provide any financial support so you will be responsible for all costs.

Apply here

 

Residency: Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado

Location: Sao Paolo, Brazil

Who should apply: Foreign and Brazilian artists

Deadline: July 31

Term: Beginning of 2020

What you should know: The programme's main aim is to serve as a temporary residency for visual artists who are seeking to research and develop a project in the city of São Paulo, working in an environment that has secured its place as one of the most prevalent schemes to offer support and incentive to the development of creative processes, particularly in the field of art.

Cost: $75 Application fee

Apply here

 

Residency: Desert 23

Location: Atacama, Chile

Who should apply: Foreign and Brazilian artists

Deadline: May 20, Rolling deadlines

Term: 3 week sessions during the summer

What you should know: This fluid, site-responsive program introduces creatives to the local ecology and culture as well as contemporary socio-political issues and historical contexts of the area, whilst presenting reciprocal benefits for local communities both socially + economically through our presence and exchange.

Cost: Financial aid is available

Apply here

  

Residency: Mahanaim

Location: Mahanaim Barichara, Colombia

Who should apply: All artists and creatives of any level

Deadline: Ongoing programs

What you should know: The Estancia is also designed for artists or art lovers, who will be able to meet the community of artists of the Artistic Ritual Circuit and receive training in various techniques if they wish.

Cost: Contact for more details

Apply here

Applying for grants and residencies is easy when all of your options are in one place. Stay updated with other grants and opportunities in Europe, New York, California, and more by subscribing to our blog, checking in our feed app and following on social media.


Open Call & Residence Opportunities: New York & East Coast May

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Part of our job at Marcel is to find opportunities for you to enhance your professional growth as an artist, no matter where you are on your artistic journey. That’s why we’ve literally made it our responsibility to scour the web and find relevant opportunities around the world so you don’t have to.

This week we’re featuring residencies throughout New York and the east coast that have applications open until June.

Open Call: The Painting Center - Patterns of Influence

Location: Chelsea, New York

Who should apply: All mediums accepted in the form of 36” or less

Deadline: May 25

What you should know: Patterns of Influence will be highly publicized with a catalogue featuring the artists' images and personal statements addressing the interrelationship of their artistic and teaching practices. The Painting Center is interested in work in all media by artist and educators for this juried exhibition.

Exhibition Dates: July 16-August 10

Curators: Andrea Kantrowitz, Sue Collier and Barbara Laube

Cost: $40 application fee for up to 5 images

Apply here

 

Open Call: Create Magazine

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Who should apply: Any medium including painting, sculpture, digital art, printmaking, fiber/textile art, photography, mixed media, installation, etc

Deadline: May 25

What you should know: Your work will be featured in a two-page spread (both print and digital) that will feature your artist biography, website, and two images of your artwork. Your work will be seen by more than 125,000 readers and followers around the world, including leading galleries, art fairs, collectors, curators, writers, art consultants, and more.

Curator: Nina Blumberg

Cost: $30

Apply here

 

Fellowship: Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning, Inc. (JCAL)

Award: $10,000 are available for chosen fellows in addition to $500 stipends  

Location: Jamaica, Queens

Deadline: June 30

Who should apply: Queens County Artists

Application cost: $35

What you should know: Participate in the new professional development program, Artists Residency & Training Seminar Series (ARTWorks, Inc.) Program.  It teaches visual artists to regard their work as a small business, identify their entrepreneurial and professional goals and create a long-term plan for accomplishing them. Series which will culminate in a curated solo exhibit with inclusion in the ARTWorks, Inc catalogue

Apply here

Open Call: Contemporary Art Room Gallery

Location: Online Exhibition

Who should apply: All visual art mediums are acceptable (painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, digital, prints, fiber art, collage or installation art)  

Deadline: May 16

What you should know: First, second and third place will be largely displayed with an article  about the artist and their work.

Cost: $15 for 2 images

Apply here

Residency: 2020 Artists in Residence in Everglades

Location: Miami Florida

Deadline: June 1

Who should apply: Visual arts include painting, sculpture, photography, installation and video

What you should know: Each artists/artist group is provided a mini-grant of $1000, a furnished, air-conditioned apartment, 24/7 access to the Everglades National Park and introductions to park rangers, scientists, biologists, cultural and community leaders.

A National Park residency isn’t for everybody. It is for serious professionals who wish to work alone and unfettered in the challenge and beauty of the American wilderness. It is for those who deeply care about the environment and wish to contribute to it as well as benefit from it. The park can accommodate one resident per month, and residents are expected to stay the entire month.

Apply here

Applying for grants and residencies is easy when all of your options are in one place. Stay updated with other grants and opportunities in Europe, New York, California, and more by subscribing to our blog, checking in our feed app and following on social media.


Open Call & Award Opportunities: London & UK

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Part of our job at Marcel is to find opportunities for you to enhance your professional growth as an artist, no matter where you are on your artistic journey. That’s why we’ve literally made it our responsibility to scour the web and find relevant opportunities around the world so you don’t have to.

This week we’re featuring residencies throughout London that have applications open until June.

Award: Westmorland Landscape Prize

Prize: First prize of £10,000

Location: Cumbria, UK

Who should apply: Artists residing in the UK

Deadline: June 17

What you should know: Conceived and developed by Westmorland, the Prize aims to document, celebrate and interrogate our relationship with the landscape. The selection panel will be looking for works which reach beyond the aesthetic, stimulating thinking and debate about the way in which we exist alongside, as part of, or sometimes in spite of our landscape.

Exhibition Dates: September 14-November 10

Cost:  £15

Apply here

 

Open Call: Shonibare Studio: Guest Projects

Location: United Kingdom

Who should apply: Group projects

Deadline: May 31

What you should know: Shonibare Studio offers this opportunity for projects of any artistic discipline to have access to a free space for 1 month.

Apply here

 

Open Call: Modern Panic

Location: UK

Who should apply: Artists from around the world creating different mediums

Deadline: May 31

What you should know: Following previous exhibitions, they are looking for work that covers one or more of the following subjects : Panic / Provocation / Controversy / Surrealism / Outsider Art / Grotesque / Macabre / Playful/Trickster / Existential / Inner Beauty / Confrontational / Disarming / Subversive / Protest / Political / Satire / Modern Society / Freedom of Speech / Boundary Breaking / Emotionally Powerful

Exhibition Dates: November (London)

Apply here

  

Award: GREAT NORTH ART SHOW

Location: North Yorkshire

Prizes: £1000-£250

Who should apply: Painters, printmakers, illustrators, textile artists, photographers and sculptors

Deadline: June 16

Exhibition Dates: August 31-September 22

What you should know: The GREAT NORTH ART SHOW is an exciting and diverse open exhibition of contemporary art by professional northern artists, in the magnificent setting of Ripon Cathedral in North Yorkshire.

Apply here

Applying for grants and residencies is easy when all of your options are in one place. Stay updated with other grants and opportunities in Europe, New York, California, and more by subscribing to our blog, checking in our feed app and following on social media.

Marcel Talks: Highlights from Andy Harper

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Last week we had our first installment of Marcel Talks, featuring artist Andy Harper. Harper is based in West Cornwall, England and is a senior lecturer at the MFA Fine Art program at Goldsmiths College in London. If you missed out on Harper’s talk, these were the biggest takeaways for any emerging artist about how to break out from the lone artist mold and connect with the art community at large.

Engaging with people about your work is incredibly useful.

“Despite recent terms being discussed like working collectively, collaboratively, and in social engaged practices, artists sometimes choose to operate in a studio and this puts them in a position where they cannot speak with anyone or engage.” It’s crucial for artists to actively seek out collaboration and get perspective on their work from others, even if it’s a bit daunting.

Stay connected to the people you studied and work with.

“When you talk about professional practice, I think it’s how you utilize the people around you and know that they are your peer group”. Staying connected with people you went to school with, had a show alongside, and of course any professors you studied under are always the people who will be the first to help you. Most connections come out of social engagements and you never know who you’ll meet thanks to someone you collaborated together with, even years ago. Harper really brought home the point that even if you did not attend art school or have a currently rewarding art career, you will always be able to find others like you in your social surroundings. Harper mentioned that he connected with people in some of the most random locations, including while surfing. Whether you have a significant amount of training or not, you’ll always be able to find people in the art world that are willing to help you.

Take criticism, even if it’s hard.

“You must separate the work from yourself in order to hear criticism and see it as being useful.” Harper admitted that even when he was young, if he received harsh criticism, he would take it personally. “You have to have mutual trust and know that they are trying to see you. They could see a problem that might upset you but they want to point it out as it’s something others might see as well.”  

Procrastination is okay...to an extent

Harper joked about spending 6 hours for the perfect paint scraper and rearranging his shelves multiple times instead of actually working. He emphasized the importance of knowing that when you need to do something, you just have to “eat the frog,” and do it. Besides all the administrative work, teaching, and organizing, it doesn’t matter if you have a specific regimen but you do, at the end of the day, actually need create something. He also shared that he knows when he’s in the right mood and that he really capitalizes on it hard - and neglects other things to get on those creative moments.

Feel comfortable with what you’re making

“If you are comfortable with what you’re making and you believe in it and you have people on your side, it becomes a generous and great environment to work in. When people finish their MA, they’re trying to think of how to make the best show. It’s really important they have a show that is a springboard for what happens after. If they don’t feel comfortable in making and following what they’ve created, you’re in trouble.” Harper closed the talk by emphasizing the importance of feeling comfortable as an artist to share what you’re doing.

Harper believes that the myth of the lone artist is outdated and in order to really reap the benefits of being an artist, you must share with other artists in order to continue to the next stage. Marcel actively helps you connect with artists and share your works easily, all from within the app. You can watch the full recording of Andy’s talk  here. Stay connected to other featured artists and talks when you check out our feed. Learn from other artists, gallerists, and more when you sign up for our Marcel Talks series here.

Sign Up for Marcel Talks: Andy Harper, April 16

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We’re excited to kick off our Marcel Talks on Tuesday, April 16 at 1pm EST with UK-based artist, Andy Harper. Harper is based in West Cornwall, attended the Royal College of Arts and has taught at various institutions for 25 years, currently he is a Senior Lecturer on the MFA  Fine Art program at Goldsmiths College, London. As an artist, educator, and participant in shared artistic spaces, Harper is uniquely qualified to address the myth of the lone artist.

In the public realm, the successful artist is portrayed alone - in his or her studio, compelled by his or her own thoughts in a world that doesn’t fully understand his or her vision. This lonely artist archetype is dangerously misleading. Harper argues that in an ever-evolving art ecosystem, the need for artists to interact with one another is more urgent than ever. He will discuss the manners in which peer interaction - on levels of artistic production, communal bargaining power, and personal enrichment - can enhance an artist’s ability to grow. He will pose questions about what constitutes a valuable or authentic artist-to-artist interaction, and probe what, if anything, artists can gain from creative interactions across (digital) social platforms.

Marcel Talks are a twice-monthly live event. In each session, an art world expert (artist, curator, gallerist or collector) ruminates on a topic relevant to the emerging artists of tomorrow. Talks are conducted via live video chat, with a lecture followed by open discussion amongst participants. All artists on Marcel are eligible to participate. All Talks are made available in the Marcel Archive. 

Explore Different Art Opportunities: California & West Coast

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Part of our job at Marcel is to find opportunities for you to enhance your professional growth as an artist, no matter where you are on your artistic journey. That’s why we’ve literally made it our responsibility to scour the web and find relevant opportunities around the world so you don’t have to.


This week we’re featuring awards and residencies throughout California that have applications open until May.


Open Call: The Compound Gallery

Award: $250, $150, $100  

Location: Bay area

Deadline: May 1

Who should apply: Emerging and established printmakers in the bay area

What you should know: This is a showcase for emerging artists to show their work within the vibrant Bay Area community that is many times under-represented in the major art venues in the area. Accepted entries will be displayed at the gallery and for sale from June 8-August 4.

Juror: Colleen Terry

Cost: $20 application fee

Apply here

 

Competition: Fusion Art: 3rd Annual Black and White Art Competition

Location: Palm Springs, California

Deadline: May 1

Who is it for: painting, drawing, pastels, inks, pencil, printmaking, encaustic, and mixed media, photography, vector drawing, digital mixed media, relief, pottery, sculpture, installation, kinetic, and conceptual 3-D artworks

What you should know: The artwork can range from realism to surrealism to abstraction and artists, regardless of location or experience, are encouraged to submit their best representational and/or nonrepresentational art and photography.

Cost: $20 application fee

Apply here

 

Exhibition: San Francisco Bay International Photography Exhibition

Award: $2000, $750, $250

Location: San Francisco

Deadline: May 15

Who is it for: Photographers from around the world

What you should know: Award winners will be featured on Bokeh Bokeh Photo and exhibited during the Month of Photography at ACCI Gallery in Berkley

Cost: $35

Jury: Elizabeth Avedon, Julie Grahame, Ann Jastrab, David Garnick, Peter Miller

Apply here

 

Exhibition: San Diego Watercolor Society Gallery

Award: $19,000 in Cash and Merchandise Awards

Location: San Diego

Deadline: May 6

Who is it for: Watercolor artists from around the world

What you should know: The international exhibition has been a major highlight for more than three decades, attracting hundreds of artists from around the world.

Cost: $35

Jury: Jeannie McGuire

Apply here

 

Exhibition: The Rock Show: Visual Artists look at Contemporary Music

Award: $500, $200, $100

Location: California

Deadline: May 7

Who is it for: Painters, sculptors, other mediums

What you should know: This is your chance to create artwork inspired by the love of modern and contemporary music. Show your idea of what rock and roll looks like. Create artwork inspired by modern and contemporary music. Show us what rock and roll looks like

visually through paintings, sculptures, or any form of artistic expression that music evokes in you.

Cost: $35

Jury: Joe Satriani

Apply here

 

Applying for grants and residencies is easy when all of your options are in one place. Stay updated with other grants and opportunities in Europe, New York, California, and more by subscribing to our blog, checking in our feed app and following on social media.

How to Get More Likes for Your Artwork on Instagram

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In between puppy pictures, your cousin’s family portraits, and your friend’s DJ set, it sometimes seems like Instagram picks and chooses what you see and don’t see. And in fact, it does. Here’s a quick guide on how to hack the Instagram algorithm and get your artwork seen by the right people.


Let’s all first collectively recognize that we’re not NOT using Instagram because of frustrations with the app and how it’s run. Choosing the right angle and crop, adjusting your exposure, and crafting the perfect, subtly witty, smart-but-not-pretentious caption isn’t enough to get you in front of new audiences. Let’s talk about the most crucial part of the Instagram algorithm-the hashtags. Hashtags help you get discovered more easily by people who are not following you based on keywords. This might feel too generic, but will help you be seen and get discovered by all kinds of people. A few you should think about adding: #art, #artistic, #photooftheday #drawing #painting #artoftheday #instaartist #artwork #artistsoninstagram.


Pro Tip 1: Save the hashtags on your notes app so you can always copy and paste when you want to take a pic and don’t have the energy to remember every hashtag that’s been upping your likes.

Pro Tip 2: If you’re embarrassed for your friends to see that you’re hashtagging, plug them at the bottom of your caption (and put “.” or “ “ for each return) so that they’re not seen “above the fold”, but still work to makes your posts discoverable.


Something else that seems minor but can actually give you a boost is considering the time of day you post. Is most of your viewership based on the east coast but you’ve been busy with your residency in Seattle? Post your Insta in the morning when people are still scrolling while in bed for the most views and if you have the time (and content), post throughout the week during the most popular days, Tuesday through Fridays. You’ll start to notice posting at a similar time of day creates a routine for many people to see your posts and therefore more double taps!


While Instagram is par for the course of being an artist, or really anyone in today’s world, there are more options to help you expand your audience. Marcel puts your artwork in front of the eyes of people who are actually interested in seeing art, including other artists, collectors, gallerists, and curators. When you upload your latest art to the Marcel feed, it can be seen by the rest of the Marcel community. Unlike Instagram, Marcel actually quantifies your views and shares (and yes, we track your likes and send your inbound inquiries right to your inbox) - so that you have a better idea of what’s getting traction.


Though we all have our misgivings about Instagram, having an active account is part of the gig.


Apply for Grants & Residence Opportunities: California & West Coast

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Part of our job at Marcel is to find opportunities for you to enhance your professional growth as an artist, no matter where you are on your artistic journey. That’s why we’ve literally made it our responsibility to scour the web and find relevant opportunities around the world so you don’t have to.



This week we’re featuring awards and residencies throughout California that have applications open until May.



Open Call: The Compound Gallery

Award: $250, $150, $100  

Location: Bay area

Deadline: May 1

Who should apply: Emerging and established printmakers in the bay area

What you should know: This is a showcase for emerging artists to show their work within the vibrant Bay Area community that is many times under-represented in the major art venues in the area. Accepted entries will be displayed at the gallery and for sale from June 8-August 4.

Juror: Colleen Terry

Cost: $20 application fee

Apply here

 

Competition: Fusion Art: 3rd Annual Black and White Art Competition

Location: Palm Springs, California

Deadline: May 1

Who is it for: painting, drawing, pastels, inks, pencil, printmaking, encaustic, and mixed media, photography, vector drawing, digital mixed media, relief, pottery, sculpture, installation, kinetic, and conceptual 3-D artworks

What you should know: The artwork can range from realism to surrealism to abstraction and artists, regardless of location or experience, are encouraged to submit their best representational and/or nonrepresentational art and photography.

Cost: $20 application fee

Apply here

 

Exhibition: San Francisco Bay International Photography Exhibition

Award: $2000, $750, $250

Location: San Francisco

Deadline: May 15

Who is it for: Photographers from around the world

What you should know: Award winners will be featured on Bokeh Bokeh Photo and exhibited during the Month of Photography at ACCI Gallery in Berkley

Cost: $35

Jury: Elizabeth Avedon, Julie Grahame, Ann Jastrab, David Garnick, Peter Miller

Apply here

 

Exhibition: San Diego Watercolor Society Gallery

Award: $19,000 in Cash and Merchandise Awards

Location: San Diego

Deadline: May 6

Who is it for: Watercolor artists from around the world

What you should know: The international exhibition has been a major highlight for more than three decades, attracting hundreds of artists from around the world.

Cost: $35

Jury: Jeannie McGuire

Apply here

 

Exhibition: The Rock Show: Visual Artists look at Contemporary Music

Award: $500, $200, $100

Location: California

Deadline: May 7

Who is it for: Painters, sculptors, other mediums

What you should know: This is your chance to create artwork inspired by the love of modern and contemporary music. Show your idea of what rock and roll looks like. Create artwork inspired by modern and contemporary music. Show us what rock and roll looks like

visually through paintings, sculptures, or any form of artistic expression that music evokes in you.

Cost: $35

Jury: Joe Satriani

Apply here

 

Applying for grants and residencies is easy when all of your options are in one place. Stay updated with other grants and opportunities in Europe, New York, California, and more by subscribing to our blog, checking in our feed app and following on social media.



Up Your Art Skills with Free Online Courses

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Ever spent over an hour going into a Google search hole and end up somewhere you never meant to? There is no shortage of information on the internet, and sometimes it feels unproductive to read something without learning anything. There is room to learn that goes far beyond how to KonMari your clothes, bake bread, or snake your bathroom drain. Learning and improving a specific art-related skill set is extremely doable, and many digital outlets are offering reasonably priced (or free!) tutorials for artists on a budget.



There are now endless online resources that go beyond the basic tutorial that will help you step up your art techniques and even get you more business savvy!



Youtube is an incredible resource for more than just sped up demonstrations. We love seeing the featured artists’ processes on Art21 and Dan Beardshaw for making you think differently about the way you draw.



Lynda offers thousands of different video tutorials that range in skill level and duration. You can watch any video that’s anywhere from two minutes to a few hours learning how to perfect your palette, the rules of shading, and navigating the business of art. We recommend checking out courses from Kristin Ellison, Ben Long, and John Derry when you sign up for a free one month trial.



Skillshare is another platform that allows you to try their modules for free for the first month. Class offerings include painting portraits, illustrating odd bodies,  and how to create art that sells, taught by artists who have been in your shoes and want to help other artists succeed.



At Marcel, we want to be a resource for you to share your work and also find out about how to improve and grow. As artists ourselves, we recognize that it’s hard juggling all your daily responsibilities and then spending hours upon hours looking at all the different forums that post about opportunities. We’ve made it easy for you to do everything in one place: store and edit your work, plug it into emails, surface it to other users, get feedback, find residencies and grants, and  and bring your career up a level.



With so many ways to learn new techniques from the convenience of your computer, it’s easy to take your art to the next level. Once you’ve mastered those techniques, be sure to share the work you created so followers on the Marcel feed can check out your finished piece!



Explore Different Grants and Residence Opportunities: New York & East Coast

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Part of our job at Marcel is to find opportunities for you to enhance your professional growth as an artist, no matter where you are on your artistic journey. That’s why we’ve made it our responsibility to scour the web and find relevant opportunities around the world so you don’t have to.


This week we’re featuring awards and residencies throughout New York and the East Coast that have applications open for the next few weeks.

 

Open Call: Site:Brooklyn Gallery-The Color Red

Location: Brooklyn

Who should apply: All artists experienced in drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, wall mounted sculpture, collage, and video

Deadline: May 2

What you should know: This is the second installment of Site:Brooklyn’s ongoing investigation into color: its meaning, its roles, and place in contemporary practice. The gallery is looking for feature works in all genres and mediums.

Juror: Sara Reisman

Cost: $35 application fee

Apply here

 

Residency: Con Artist Collective

Location: Lower East Side, NYC

Deadline: Summer residency is now open

Who should apply: Artists of all backgrounds and levels including painters, illustrators, embroidery artists, and more

What you should know: You have 24/7 access to a studio and great community benefits including art workshops, the business of art lectures, mixers and more. Some of the artists you will be working with include Ian Bertram, Lynn Gal, Bonesy, Wizard Skull, and more. At the end of every season there is an exhibit to present all works that were created in the studio.

Cost: $400/month

Apply here

 

Residency: Shellhouse Arts-Summer Session

Location: Roxburry, New york (Catskills)

Who should apply: Artists and designers who in all visual mediums

Deadline: April 28

What you should know: Artists and designers with no or little previous professional art experience are invited to create and imagine new works in a communal space in the Catskill mountains from July 27- August 11. You will have access to the five acre property, resources for the Catskills community, and group critique sessions. Each artist is required to leave a piece of work at the completion of the program.

Cost: Free lodging

Previous Artists in Residence: Lucinda Dayhew, Chen Wang, River Koelo

Apply here

 

 

Exhibition: Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences-Works on Paper

Award: $500, $250, and $100 prizes available  

Location: Long Beach Island, New Jersey

Deadline: April 26

Who should apply: Artists specializing in drawing, painting on paper, prints, photography, digital works on paper, and paper constructions that can be wall hung based in the US

Application cost: $35

What you should know: The exhibition welcomes entries of works created on paper within the last two years.

Juror: Dr. Louis Marchesano   

Notable previous awardees: Jill Lear, Elena Peteva, Fidalis Buehler

Apply here



Open Call: Philadelphia Sculptors & Independence Seaport Museum: Flow

Location: Philadelphia

Who should apply: Sculpture artists from the US, Mexico, Canada, South and Central America

Deadline: May 1

What you should know: This fall, an exhibition of floating sculptural installations at the boat basin of the Independence Seaport Museum at Penn’s Landing on the Delaware River will be exhibited as part of an initiative between Philadelphia Sculptors and the Museum. Artists of all backgrounds will create works that respond to the river.  

Cost: $30 application fee

Featured Artists: Isabelle Demers & Fanny Mesnard, Miguel Horn, Jean Yves Vigneau, Giorgia Volpe, Stephen Talasnik

Jurors: Nato Thompson and Teresa Jaynes

Apply here

 

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