The Maryland State Arts Council Online Resource Bulletin
The MSAC online Resource Bulletin is maintained by the Maryland Art Place, and includes local, regional, and national opportunities, calls for artists, grants, and vendor opportunities. The Resource Bulletin is updated on a weekly basis and is categorized by deadline date. If you have information that you wish to have included in the Resource Bulletin, please send it to Caitlin Gill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This page contains links to opportunities offered by entities other than the State of Maryland. MSAC is not responsible for the content or availability of any external site. Questions about any of these opportunities should be directed to the entity offering the opportunity.
To see a list of funding and programs offered by MSAC, click here.
From County Arts Agencies
The St. Mary's County Arts Council, through support from the Maryland State Arts Council, provides funding support for community arts development. Applicants for grant funding consideration must qualify as nonprofit organizations presenting arts programs or projects in St. Mary's County or for the benefit of St. Mary's County citizens. All funded programs and projects must be open to the public and must meet specific eligibility criteria.
The Worcester County Arts Council is proud to support a wide variety of creative and innovative projects that are of outstanding artistic quality and demonstrate community benefit enhancing the lives of everyone living and visiting Worcester County. Grant projects are evaluated based on the overall quality of cultural excellence, community outreach and public impact, and financial/administrative merit.
The Worcester County Arts Council is currently accepting applications for its 2024 Community Arts
Development Grants with a deadline of Grant Guidelines and Application are now available by emailing
Anna Mullis (Exec. Director) at email@example.com
1. With the exception of the Photography Show, CCAC shows are open to all media.
2. Entries are limited to 3 pieces per artist.
3. Works MUST be ready to hang. Wire is preferred and must support the weight of the piece.
4. No work created prior to 2014 and no work displayed at CCAC within the past 2 years.
5. Member fees – $6 per piece (3 for $15). Students with ID – $4 per piece (3 for $10). Youth – $6 for 3 pieces. (with exception of the juried show).
6. Non-Member fees – $7 per piece (with exception of the juried show).
7. CCAC collects 25% commission from members and 35% commission from non-members.
- Exhibits: Monthly exhibition throughout the year in the gallery
- Artist Responsibilities: current membership, opening reception participation
- Contract will outline additional responsibilities
- All 2D works must be framed and able to hang (using the Walker System).
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In partnership with ACAAC and Anne Arundel County, this opportunity provides funding for programming that utilizes heritage resources in Anne Arundel County in a new or innovative way; increases public access to historic sites; improves or enhances how the public engages with heritage resources; and/or encourages the maintenance and preservation of important heritage sites. Applications will be accepted from organizations located in the City of Annapolis that provide programming for the citizens of Anne Arundel County. Support to acquire, upgrade or maintain the physical assets of the applicant must be directly related to proposed or current public programming or events.
The Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council AEE Program is a competitive interdisciplinary grant made possible through the Maryland State Arts Council. Teachers can apply individually, or as a "team." A team should be made up of one arts discipline teacher (music, theatre or visual) and one core discipline teacher (math, science, reading, social studies etc). This option has been made available to encourage teachers to work together to develop new, creative project ideas, using the arts as a tool to teach their curricula. Individuals may only apply for SWAC grants if they seek and receive the support of a non-profit organization that will accept the financial and legal responsibility for the project. The grant will be made to the organization which can then, in turn, support the individual's project.
The Arts Council of Anne Arundel County’s Arts in Education program has supported the integration of the arts into educational curricula in our schools for over a decade, and its impact continues to grow. Our grants enable schools and PTO/PTA groups to present quality performances and residencies for students in dance, history, music, theatre and arts-related or arts-integrated projects.
Arts in Education Grant from Harford County Cultural Arts Board support high-quality arts experiences for Pre-K through 12th grade audiences, or other institutional or targeted settings for any age underserved population, in Harford County.
What activities can Arts in Education grants funds support?
- High-quality arts experiences for Pre-K through 12th grade audiences, or other institutional or targeted settings for any age underserved population
- These are usually Artists in Residence or Visiting Performances within a school, government facility, or community-based nonprofit setting.
- Artists in Residence: bring a teaching artist on-site to work with students within your setting over a defined period of time
- Visiting Performers: arts performances and/or one-time workshops
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The purpose of these grants is to support bringing Maryland artists and performers into the public schools for residencies, workshops, assembly performances, Master Classes, etc. Applications are accepted on an on-going basis. Performer/Artist rosters can be found at Maryland State Arts Council, Class Acts Arts or Young Audiences of Maryland. Arts in Education funding applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.
NOTE: The Arts Council can fund up to $250 per school, per school year, and their share cannot exceed 50% of the total cost of the performance. You are responsible for paying your performer(s.)
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The Baltimore Mural Program through the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts invites all artists who can envision the big picture to apply for inclusion in the city's Muralist Registry. Community representatives use the registry when choosing artists to design and paint city-commissioned murals in their neighborhoods.
For more information on the Baltimore Mural Program or to receive its Call for Artists application, call 410-752-8632 or click here.
The Arts Council of Calvert County grants must be used in, or for, Calvert County, Maryland to support cultural arts programs.
Applicants must be a 501c3 non-profit.
Organizations are required to provide a one-to-one (1:1) dollar match to the grant amount requested. Due to COVID, applicants may request consideration for forgiveness of this requirement to be considered on a case by case basis.
PERMITTED USE OF FUNDS
Supplies not part of the normal classroom
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The mini-grant program is intended for the following purposes: To provide financial assistance to Caroline County non-profit organizations and local government agencies in offering special arts activities and to support small cultural programs in Caroline County.
Please note: For the purpose of this program, “Arts” are defined as music, dance, drama, literature, film/media arts, traditional and multi-disciplinary arts, and visual arts.
This grant can be used for artist expenses which include:
a. Artist/Performer/Instructor fees
b. Art-related supplies and materials
c. Art-related equipment rental
d. Artist’s travel, food, and lodging
Carroll County Arts Council looking for artists to display in both of their galleries for the 2024 season. The goal of this call is to introduce new artists and artwork to the community. They believe in artistic collaboration, so there will be no solo shows. Instead, artists who apply and are chosen will be paired with other artists to create a variety of exhibitions.
These grants are designed to support small cultural programs in the community and to provide financial assistance for Carroll County residents to participate in special arts activities. Awards range from $100 – $1,000 with most being less than $300. Organizations must have annual operating budgets of $10,000 or less and awards cannot exceed 25% of the annual budget.
Applications deadlines are Sept 1, November 1, March 1 and May 1.
This fund is for arts programming and residencies that encourage active community participation. Applicants must be located within Cecil County. One grant per year per organization is our usual policy (special circumstances may warrant a departure from this position).
Deadline: 1st of Every Month
The Arts in Education Program is designed to promote, strengthen, and enhance the arts and arts education in Cecil County’s elementary and secondary schools and other community settings.
The Frederick Arts Council has an annual arts in education fund from which it awards matching grants to schools and other educational entities. The purpose of these grants is to enable teachers and program specialists to enhance their arts curricula by drawing upon the talents of artists and arts organizations in our community.
Educators typically use these funds to engage teaching artists or to underwrite arts-related field trips. Prospective applicants should feel free to contact us for teaching artist information or recommendations.
Schools and other educational institutions in Frederick County are eligible for Arts in Education grants. Schools may submit up to two grants each academic year; the maximum amount of each grant is typically $500 and must be matched 1:1. Grants are accepted on a rolling basis until the annual budget has been exhausted. It is strongly encouraged that grant applications be submitted at least 30 days prior to the planned arts activity.
Schools and others serving Harford’s underserved populations of any age may apply for Arts in Education Grants to support on-site artists-in-residence, visiting performers, or tickets and transportation costs for visits to museums and arts performances. This year, the matching requirement for Arts in Education Grants has been waived, and grants can support 100% of eligible costs for programs scheduled through June 30. Applications for Arts in Education Grants are reviewed on a month-to-month basis.
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It is the vision of the Kent Cultural Alliance that all residents of Kent County engage in important civic and social conversation using artistic and cultural experiences as a conduit for connection. Project Grants are available to community-based organizations in Kent County, Maryland that are producing an arts related project.
For FY2023, Project Grants are limited to no more than $1000 per grant. Project grant amounts are limited to 50% of the total cost of the arts related project. Community engagement will be a key factor in evaluating all grant applications.
The Prince George's Arts and Humanities Council looks to showcase the diverse artistic and scholarly disciplines active in Prince George's County, Maryland. While our physical programs are on hold in support and compliance with the State's efforts to minimize the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, we turn to our screens for connection.
Additionally, all programs must be prerecorded and go through a vetting process with the exception of Studio Visits. Studio Visits will require a pre studio visit with PGAHC Senior Program Manager. Thereafter, we will determine the best platform to show your visual artworks with audience questions and feedback in real-time.
If you are interested in showcasing your work for dispersal on their social media platforms please complete the form by clicking here for more information. Please note, all work must be family-friendly. There may be no suggestive or explicit content nor language.
The Community Arts Grants program is an effort of the Arts Council to support and expand arts programming throughout Somerset County. These funds, allocated by the Maryland State Arts Council, are intended to encourage arts programming and arts participation across the community. Supported arts disciplines include dance, theatre, visual arts, music, film/media arts, literary arts, folk/heritage/traditional and multi-disciplinary arts programming. This grant is designed to assist non-profit organizations to produce and present arts in the county.
The Somerset County Arts Council annually awards grants to talented individual artists. The purpose of these grants is to honor, support, and strengthen individual artists living and working in the area. Artists may apply for up to $1,000.
Talbot Arts invites organizations and schools that sponsor qualifying arts activities in Talbot County to apply for a mini-grant to support arts-related purposes and programs. Organizations and schools can receive between $100 and $500 for a project.
Mini-grants are intended principally as a one-time encouragement of new arts-related organizations or art initiatives. They are designed to provide funds:
- To a new organization between grant cycles and deserves immediate Arts Council support.
- To provide support for a pilot project.
- To an existing organization between grant cycles and deserves immediate Arts Council support,
- To arts programs for which funds provided by the Maryland State Arts Council are restricted.
- Organizations or schools may receive no more than two mini-grants in a given fiscal year, and their combined total grant awards may not exceed $750. After that, they should submit the request during the annual community Arts Development Grant cycle for the following fiscal year. Exceptions may be requested.
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What is Project RestART?
Project RestART provides sponsorship opportunities to Black curators residing and creating in Baltimore City to encourage the curation of cultural experiences centering Black creatives. Project RestART is a direct action to re-stimulate the cultural economy and to address some of the challenges caused by Covid-19.
- Sponsorships will be provided for the months of: January, February, April, June, July, September, November, December
- The application for sponsorships for a sponsorship month will open the first of the previous month. (Ex. Application for April sponsorships will open March 1st)
- The application will be open for 2 weeks. After that, applicants will be decided upon by the Programs team.
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Arts and Sciences Project Grants funded by the Baltimore County government will help community-based organizations produce and present arts, science, history and humanities programs and activities in the County. Community-based, not-for-profit organizations such as arts organizations, museums, drama groups, or music groups in Maryland are eligible to apply for funding for arts activities that serve County residents. Project Grants provide funding support for specific projects, such as performances, exhibits, lectures, classes, and workshops.
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The CalvART Gallery is seeking emerging and established artists to showcase. Local artists are encouraged to apply for membership to the gallery. You must be a member to be considered.The gallery is a juried gallery and seeks diversity in artwork and membership and have removed the requirement to volunteer to promote greater availability to working artists. While volunteering is not required, volunteering to the extent you are able is encouraged and welcomed.
Charles County Arts Alliance (CCAA) Arts Grants Program has been the focal point of the organization ever since it was founded in 1987. Arts Grants have been awarded annually since then and to date, our CCAA grant contributions have totaled over $800,000 to deserving nonprofit organizations and schools in Charles County to enhance their planned programs, project, events, and activities. the CCAA Grant program is a very competitive process, and decisions are made based upon the submission of a formal grant application.
The Washington County Arts Council is currently accepting show proposals for 2024. To submit, please email a proposal with the required materials outlined on Washington County Arts Council website.
The Casa Mezcal Restaurant in Elkton, MD would like a mural artist to paint a mural inside of their restaurant. They would like the mural to be painted on a surface that is transportable (in case they expand to a new location) – the mural would be 21′ wide x 10′ high. Imagery would be of mezcal cacti, client has reference photos. Work would begin ASAP once approved. Budget TBD (to be determined) based on artist communication and needs.
The Calvert County Arts Council is seeking new board members. The Calvert County Arts Council Board works with the Arts Council’s Executive Director and staff, overseeing the direction, policies, and financial decisions of the organization in pursuit of its Mission. Qualified candidates will have experience or expertise in arts advocacy, nonprofit governance, and fundraising. Board members serve two-year terms and are eligible for re-election to two additional successive terms, for a maximum of six years.
The Somerset County Arts Council artists-in-residence program helps nurture visual and performing arts members by providing three artists with individual workspaces in which to create their own new art, craft, literary or musical project, showcase their talents to the public and prepare for upcoming exhibitions or performances. The Artist in Residence Program allows for an artist have a semi-private studio within the larger, shared space of the West Main Street Gallery. This program is offered to any visual artist, writer, or musician member of the Somerset County Arts Council. All, Artist in Residence (AIR) participants must be current member of Somerset County Arts Council. Residencies will be offered for a period of 6 months and can renewed.
The Arts Council of Calvert County offers up to a $500 Arts in Education grant to every qualified arts-related teacher in Calvert County. These grants are to support artistic presentations that further the cultural arts development of students in state-chartered public and private schools located in Calvert County, MD. Schools across Calvert County benefit from this program which provides funds to help teachers in art, music, theater, and dance create educational opportunities for their students by bringing the arts and artists to their classroom.
Caroline County seeks local artists of all backgrounds and stylesto apply to be an artist featured in Caroline County's community gallery and join in providing engaging and inspiring experiences at the Foundry and various locations throughout 2023. An open-minded and collaborative sprit, along with a passion for fostering creativity, are essential!
Caroline County Arts is offering annual Micro-Grant opportunities, reviewed on a rolling basis, with
submission required 60 days before the event/project is planned. Grant amounts up to $1000 are
awarded. The grant is open to artists, organizations and community organizers. Applications are
The Arts Council of Anne Arundel County's annual Arts in Education Teaching Artist Directory is a valuable resource for local schools, libraries and other programs to connect with a variety of vibrant teaching artists in the performing, visual, historic and literary arts. Submissions for the 2023-2024 directory are now being accepted.
Caroline County Council of Arts CCCA is excited to announce that it is now accepting applications for its Artist in Residence programs, of which there are a few options to apply. Chosen artists will have the opportunity to utilize the studio space at the Foundry in Denton, MD.
The Frederick Arts Council supports nonprofit organizations offering arts programming across Frederick City and County with Community Arts Development Grants. These grants are awarded with funding from both the Maryland State Arts Council and from Frederick County, and are designed to allow high-quality arts programming to be available to as many community members as possible.
The Arts Council of Calvert County Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The CalvART Gallery is a program of the Arts Council. As a portion of its mission, the Arts Council provides the gallery as a place where local artists may display and sell their art. Local artists are invited to apply to join our gallery. Artists pay an annual membership fee of $75 per year. Artists are encouraged to participate by volunteering to the level they are able; we recognize that some individuals will be unable to contribute time beyond their work and family obligations.
The Washington County Arts Council is currently accepting show proposals for 2024. Please fill out one of the documents below, save it to your computer, and email back with your proposal and required materials (listed in the document).
Nonprofit Arts Organizations in Harford County may request grants to support general operating costs. Primary activity of organization must be producing or presenting the arts. Nonprofit Organizations (whose primary purpose is other than producing or presenting the arts) in Harford County may request grants to support direct costs of Arts Programming in Harford County open to the general public. Colleges, universities, units of government, and faith-based organizations may apply for this type of support.
BOPA is looking for a professional curator who can create a bridge between history, culture, and our diverse audience at Top of the World. This person will translate historical information into a narrative to engage visitors with an immersive storytelling experience. Working with a web developer, this person will also curate a final product of interactive displays with digital content to be changeout on a regular basis.
The St. Mary's County Arts Council, through support from the Maryland State Arts Council, provides funding support for community arts development. Applicants for grant funding consideration must qualify as nonprofit organizations presenting arts programs or projects in St. Mary's County or for the benefit of St. Mary's County citizens.
The Veterans Show is a biennial exhibition held in November at the Delaplaine Arts Center, showcasing artwork made by former service members of the United States military. Veteran-artists are invited to submit one artwork for automatic entry into the Veterans Exhibition.
Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) and Eastport Yacht Club (EYC) invite all artists residing in any of the states or territories of the United States to enter our fourth annual poster competition. All original 2D work in any medium following MFA guidelines that depicts an Annapolis landmark or the Annapolis skyline with a festively decorated boat or boats, and includes the EYC burgee will be considered. The piece chosen by EYC as the representational image for the 2023 Lights Parade will be reproduced on posters, t-shirts, and other promotional material. All works submitted will be on exhibition in MFA’s Online Gallery from November 13 – December 31, 2023. A People’s Choice Award will be given out on December 15, 2023.
The Montgomery College Collaborative Artist-in-Residence (AiR) is a 3-week program in which a professional artist is embedded in the Rockville and Germantown Art Departments, providing the unique opportunity for students to work directly with contemporary artists other than faculty. Students have the authentic experience of creating artwork for public installation, as part of collaboration with peers, faculty, and the artist working toward a common goal of an art installation or social practice project.
Prism: Connections in Color. Color is an artistic tool that also impacts daily life in many facets. Artists from within the DMV region and beyond are encouraged to apply. Jurors Glen Kessler and Zoma Wallace Submissions will be evaluated on aesthetic value, mastery of craft, and relevance to the exhibition theme. Each artwork will be considered individually. There is no limit to how many works from one artist's entry may be accepted.
The Havre de Grace Arts Collective Public Art Committee, in collaboration with the City of Havre de Grace Arts Commission, is seeking proposals for outdoor public sculpture at the Cultural Center at the Opera House. The sculpture will reflect the importance of the arts in the community, and call attention to the role of the Arts Commission in Havre de Grace. The sculpture at the Opera House will reflect the dynamic energy and celebratory nature of the arts in Havre de Grace, mark the cultural center of the city, and be a focal point on Union Avenue, the main North/South thoroughfare in the city.
Art Connection in the Capital Region is looking for original artwork that is framed and ready to install. Whether you're an artist or collector, we are eager to discuss donation opportunities with you. Applications are ongoing, apply anytime. Complete the form at this link to submit artwork.
Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center is a 50-acre campus, with multiple buildings, lawns, and gathering spaces. We present events year-round, indoors and outside, making use of all of our campus. Some events have covered performance spaces, while others have informal set-up areas, as well as informal jamming, street performers, strolling, or busking.
Dragonfly Arts Magazine is a publication of HopeWorks of Howard County Maryland. Themes for submitted work (both visual and literary) should focus on reflections about activism, oppression, love, advocacy, hope, transformative justice, trauma, racial and gender equity, intersectionality, relationships, healing, or self-care. Writers/Artists do not have to be survivors. Dragonfly Arts are seeking literary and visual arts for its next issue.
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The Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture requests exhibition proposals from artists for the Popcorn Gallery, Stone Tower Gallery, and Park View Gallery at Glen Echo Park for the calendar year 2024. The mission of the Glen Echo Park Partnership Galleries is to showcase the work of diverse artists, including resident artists at Glen Echo Park and artists from the greater Washington, D.C. area. We aim to exhibit quality art by artists who represent a broad spectrum of our region, with diverse backgrounds, and working in a wide range of artistic media. Our exhibitions attract visitors from across the region and bring new audiences to Glen Echo Park.
The Meeting House Gallery at The Oakland Mills Interfaith Center is accepting applications for future exhibits. Artwork in all media and styles which can be hung, including wall sculptures, is acceptable. The gallery is large, has very good lighting, and has two display cases for three-dimensional work. Between congregational services, a nursery school, meetings, private parties, and other events, more than 3,000 people visit our building each week.
Baltimore Claywork's long-term residency offers early to mid-career artists the opportunity to develop their work in a dynamic community environment for one to three years. The selection of residents is highly competitive and based on artistic excellence, the potential for growth, the strength of the proposal, and a commitment to building a clay-oriented community. Awarded to all early to mid-career artists who have completed either undergraduate and/or graduate degrees, or have equivalent years of experience. Residencies start in September.
Dorchester Center for the Arts (DCA) seeks applications from artists for exhibitions at Dorchester Center for the Arts, located at 321 High Street, Cambridge, MD. The selected artists will be invited to exhibit a selection of their current work in a portion of the Gallery Space at DCA. This is an open call to artists residing within 100 miles of Dorchester County. Residents of Dorchester County are encouraged to apply. All exhibitions will be featured in DCA’s print and online communications.
Maryland Art Place (MAP), in partnership with Hotel Indigo is pleased to announce an open ‘Call to Artists’. As an extension of MAP’s annual IMPACT public art partnership projects, MAP is working with Hotel Indigo to offer rotating exhibitions in Hotel indigo’s library and Poets Modern Cocktails and Eats. This opportunity is available to visual artists living or working in Maryland. Maryland Art Place will curate four exhibitions a year based on submissions entered through a rolling basis.
Annmarie Garden is accepting proposals for the exhibition of outdoor works in our beautiful sculpture garden located in Southern Maryland. Environmental Art & Site Specific Installations - Artists who create site-specific installations are encouraged to submit proposals, and may want to consider applying to our Artist-in-Residence program. Financial considerations will vary depending on the project. An honorarium, will be awarded to accepted artists.
The C&O Canal Trust is sponsoring a monthly photo contest highlighting the best photos you have taken of the C&O Canal National Historical Park! Each month, a new contest will begin, so return often to enter your photos. We will post the contest entries on our Facebook page each month for voting. The picture that receives the most “Likes” each month will be featured as our Facebook cover photo and will appear in our monthly email newsletter and our print newsletter, which is published three times a year.
The Kent Cultural Alliance serves the residents of Kent County supporting and creating equitable access to artistic and cultural experiences designed to connect communities through shared conversations. It is the vision of the Kent Cultural Alliance that all residents of Kent County engage in important civic and social conversation using artistic and cultural experiences as a conduit for connection. Project Grants are available to community-based organizations in Kent County, Maryland that are producing an arts related project.
USArtists International® supports in-person performances by U.S. artists at engagements at international festivals and global presenting arts marketplaces outside of the United States. Performing abroad can lead to artistic growth and can expand an artist's career by providing connections with presenters, curators, and fellow artists. Grants of up to $15,000 toward eligible expenses are available across all performing arts practices and disciplines.
The International Human Rights Art Festival, New York City’s pre-eminent arts and human rights performance event, is looking for performers in all media to present work during the week of events and workshops in one of the most welcoming venues for emerging artists in New York City: The Tank!
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Vestige Concept Gallery Presents their winter contemporary exhibition NOËL NOIR. This show aims to showcase works of art that most prominently features the colors black and white. Artwork does not have to be representative of any holiday or religion, although it may feature winter imagery, "noir" imagery (ala noir film/photography/mystery/deep contrast) and/or contain minimalist aspects. Work that is primarily black and white but includes a touch of a complimentary color is also acceptable and these works should not be discouraged from applying. This show also aims to highlight contemporary elegance. Jewelry art or sculpture that is done in metals with traditional metallic color tones (i.e. silver) is also acceptable for this opportunity.
Grants for Artists - The Hopper Prize is a grant-making institution and digital archiving platform offering a series of individual artist grants on a bi-annual basis totaling $22,000.00 USD. The Hopper Prize provides unrestricted cash grants in the amount of $3,500 and $1,000 to artists around the globe.
The Berkeley Arts Council seeks submissions from artists and artisans for an open jury call for the Berkeley Art Works co-op group. The Berkeley Art Works is located at 116 North Queen Street in Martinsburg, WV and is a project of the Berkeley Arts Council. Participating artists and artisans must become members of the Berkeley Arts Council, pay a monthly fee for display space and a 20% commission on sales, and agree to sit in the gallery 1-2 days per month. Co-op members also support the gallery in other ways, including exhibit installations and helping with events and promotional activities.
National & Beyond
Black to the Future is a Black Artist Fair Monthly Series. This networking event gives resources, workshops, art labs, and so much more, all FREE. It is every 4th Saturday at the Arch Social Club at 7p.m. on February 25, March 25, April 22, May 27, June 24, July 22, August 26, September 23 & October 28
Black to the Future is presented by the Black Arts District, @thebaltimorescene and @the_artist_exchange.
To apply to be a vendor, please contact The Black Mall curator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.