Muralist Roster
Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC)
Posted: 4/9/14
The Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) in Portland, Oregon, invites artists living in Oregon and Washington to submit qualifications for a roster of artists interested in creating murals. The roster will be active for three years. You must submit all application materials through CaFE (callforentry.org).
Discover Film. Celebrate Film.
The Vera Project, SIFF
Posted: 4/8/14
SIFF Education and The Vera Project are working in partnership and now accepting entries for their upcoming silkscreen poster exhibit "Film Against the Wall" to celebrate the Seattle International Film Festival's 40 years of bringing to our town the best of local, national, and international cinema.
Posted: 4/6/14
A/NT Gallery, a Seattle nonprofit gallery in its 25th year of operation, presents "Mixed (e)Motions," an exhibit of mixed media and multimedia art expressive of both motion and emotion.
Posted: 4/5/14
The Minnesota State Arts Board requests proposals for public art at North Hennepin Community College in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota
Roosevelt Bull Moose Festival Fashion Show
Roosevelt Neighborhood Association Business Group
Posted: 4/5/14
Calling all Seattle-based emerging fashion designers! Sustainability-Themed Fashion Show at the Bull Moose Festival.
Posted: 4/4/14
An art exhibition exploring the dynamics of step families
Northwest Fine Arts Competition
Phinney Center Gallery
Posted: 4/1/14
Seeking Art for annual Northwest Fine Arts Competition
Posted: 4/1/14
Public Art Opportunity: Williams Avenue Honoring History Project
Art Interruptions on First Hill
Office of Arts & Culture | Seattle
Posted: 4/1/14
The Office of Arts & Culture, in partnership with the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) and Seattle Parks & Recreation, is seeking emerging public artists to create temporary art installations in the First Hill Neighborhood for the project Art Interruptions.
Posted: 3/28/14
Experienced public artist to lead a community-based summer 2014 youth-art project on the Jackson Street frontage of Washington Middle School