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FIREHOUSE GALLERY General Information
The Firehouse Gallery is a community gallery space. Availability is on a first come, first serve basis. Current availability: for students April 2019, and regular (non-student) availability is open for fall of 2019. For inquiries and information email the Director of Visual Arts, Kelsey Livingston, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visual arts needed for wall space at the Department of Human Resources Administration Offices. This call is open to all themes and categories of 2-dimensional visual arts. Artwork must be appropriate for public viewing with audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Artist call closes on September 21, 2018.
Baton Rouge Gallery - center for contemporary art ("BRG") is a professional, non-profit, contemporary art gallery, founded in 1966. When it first opened its doors, its 12 artist members represented some of the most respected visual artists in the region. Today, the same is true, though its artist membership has grown to include 60 artists working in a wide array of media. One of the many things that sets BRG apart from other organizations in the region is that its artist membership is endowed with the ability to have a strong voice in how the organization responds to the changing landscape of contemporary art nationally and locally. Many artistic decisions, ranging from which special exhibitions to host to which artists are invited to join the gallery, are made by the existing artist members. This allows gallery visitors to get a different perspective than they might experience at other major institutions or commercial galleries. Applications for artist membership are reviewed once a year. DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 28, 2018
"Whether you work with tech, crafts, cars, pickles, sculpture, robots, mad science, or something in between, we want to show it off at the 2018 Baton Rouge Mini Maker Faire! We're Seeking makers of all ages, including individuals, hobbyist groups, schools, and other organizations." Apply today at batonrouge.makerfaire.com Apply before October, 2018.
Musician needed for event at Saint Joseph Cathedral
The Arts Council of Livingston Parish invites former and current residents of Livingston Parish to submit art for possible exhibition and publication in a coffee-table style book entitled, " Preserving the Culture of Livingston Parish". Juried multimedia art as inspired by life in Livingston Parish will be accepted. Application will be available September 1. Visit www.artslivingston.org for more information.
The Percent for Art Program is seeking artists or artist teams to design and implement two (2) site-specific sculptures or installations of original design for the Computer Science and Technology Building, Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, Louisiana. Deadline for entries: November 8th 2018.
Attention South Louisiana Photographers! The Royal Standard’s Fine Art Photography Show & Champagne Stroll is looking for local photographers to participate. The show will take place over the course of the month of October with an opening on October 11th. The Royal Standard is excited to have local photographers sell at their flagship store in south Baton Rouge. The Royal Standard has five retail locations offering gifts, furniture, fashion, and antiques. Many of our locations also house local merchants selling items unique to the area. They're currently trying to build their local art offerings at this location and are excited to show the works of some of area’s most talented photographers. Deadline to apply: SEPTEMBER 11th, 2018
Jacksonville University and the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville seek an artist or artist-team to design, fabricate, and install a large scale, dynamic, site-specific artwork for a newly constructed roundabout. Located at the intersection of University Boulevard and Merrill Road in Jacksonville, Florida, also the location of the main entrance to the JU campus, the primary goal of this roundabout public art piece is to serve as a landmark for the Arlington neighborhood. Deadline for entry: September 30, 2018.
Musician needed for a celebration at Saint Joseph Cathedral at an event, Sunday, October 28, 2018. Two-hour period (11:30am-1:30pm). The event, "Grand Day", begins with a Mass at 10:30am and is followed by a celebration outdoors featuring face painting, balloon art, caricatures, petting zoo, train rides, food and music. Zydeco musician or other lively music style preferred. Please respond to email@example.com.
The Junior League of Baton Rouge would like to have local artists paint 8" x 8" canvases (provided) to be sold at the Hollydays opening gala and auction. They are looking for unique artists take on the holidays, this could be Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or any holiday you celebrate around the end of the year. This year the Junior League has decided to focus our efforts on children's health and wellness. They are collaborating with Woman's Hospital to start with the beginning stages of life providing take home bags of diapers and formula as well as information on mommy and baby health. They would love to have your help by donating to Hollydays auction this year to help us raise funds for our community projects. Interested artists should contact: Elizabeth Ferrari, firstname.lastname@example.org
On World AIDS Day, Saturday, December 1, 2018, please join NO/AIDS Task Force as it holds its 32nd Annual Art Against AIDS Gala at Club XLIV at the Superdome to support men, women and children living with HIV/AIDS in the New Orleans community. Art Against Aids would like to humbly ask you for a donation for our silent auction. They invite you to honor the cause by donating original art, jewelry, hotel stays, memberships, spa packages, gift certificates for services or whatever is your specialty. Entry deadline: Monday, November 12, 2018.