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Call for Art: Southern QTBIPOC Solidarity

Raleigh

VAE Raleigh is looking for submissions from Southern QTBIPOC artists that push the envelope and go beyond the traditional view of fine artwork to be featured in a collective art exhibition centered around liberation, resistance and solidarity among QTBIPOC Southerners. The scope of work includes (but is not limited to) murals, installations, fiberwork, videography, and mixed-media.

Deadline: 
Monday, December 12, 2022

The Blue Mountain Review

The Southern Collective Experiences is accepting submissions to The Blue Mountain Review for poetry, fiction and visual arts. Visit website for deadlines.

A Different Myth

Different Strokes! Performing Arts Collective and the American Myth Center are soliciting applications from Black playwrights for the new-works development series A Different Myth. The goal of the new program is to tell Black stories by Black writers for Black actors. Rolling deadline.

Raleigh Arts Neighborhood Art Funds

Neighborhood Art Funds support collaborative art projects for Raleigh’s neighborhoods that support artistic and cultural exploration, connection, and understanding. 

Level I funds are open to neighborhoods and grassroots community groups, including groups of neighbors who are not part of an organization. These funds provide up to $250 for community-driven art projects that enhance your neighborhood.

Level II funds are open to organizations, groups, or associations that are currently registered under the Raleigh Neighborhood Registry. These funds provide up to $1,000 for projects that demonstrate community input and involvement and show that the project will benefit the neighborhood.

 

Immersion Call for Artists

Columbia, SC

Immersion is an interactive art space looking to create an innovative environment that will captivate the City of Columbia. To do this we need the help of all local creative individuals to help us fill our space with creative immersive artworks.

Rooted in Rights Blog Idea Submissions

The Rooted in Rights Blog is a platform dedicated to amplifying the authentic perspectives of disabled writers. They invite you to pitch articles and op-eds on disability rights topics. Rolling deadline.

The Awesome Foundation grants

Awesome Disability is a chapter of the Awesome Foundation, a global micro-granting community. How it works - Every month, people with awesome ideas submit a grant application. The winner is given $1000, no strings attached. Submit your application by July 15 to be considered for November's grant. Ongoing, rolling deadline.

The Schuykill Center

Philadelphia, PA

The Schuylkill Center’s environmental art department accepts submissions of environmentally themed visual artwork. Entry free. Rolling deadline.

Roots Artist Registry

Roots Artist Registry is an online registry and directory of visual, performing, and literary artists. Listing fee.

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