Artist Calls

Connections Program: Call to Artists

Showcase and extended exhibitions local artists! Contact our Visual Arts Curator, Kelsey Livingston, for current open calls for visual arts. klivingston@artsbr.org.

SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY INNOVATION CENTER

Visual arts needed for wall space at the Southern University’s Innovation Center. 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.

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Rolling Artists Calls

CALL TO TEACHING ARTISTS

The Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge is seeking dynamic, experienced, and creative Teaching Artists for camps, after-school and in-school residencies for students in grades pre-kindergarten through high school.

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FIREHOUSE GALLERY CALL TO ARTISTS

For students Nov - Dec 2017, and April - may 2018, regular availability is open from February - December 2018 

Firehouse Gallery has available exhibition space for 2018. Special rates and times available for students at the end of the spring and fall semesters. For inquiries and information email the visual arts curator, Kelsey Livingston, at klivingston@artsbr.org.

Outside Artist Calls

CONTEMPORARY CONSTRUCTS 2: CALL TO ARTISTS

Kelwood Contemporary Art Gallery is calling sculptors to participate in their 2nd Annual Sculpture Showcase! Hanging, free-standing, and exterior work will all be considered.

Entry deadlines is August 30, 2017 . Show dates are September 14 - October 28.

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Bicentennial Art Contest

The Capital Area Transit System and The Red Stick Project are sponsoring an ART CONTEST in collaboration with The Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge. Designs should be created with STEAM principles in mind and should include one or more public transportation modes used in Baton Rouge over the past 200 years in celebration of the city’s bicentennial. STEAM designers might even create modes of transportation that might exist during the next 200 years of Baton Rouge history.

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