Opportunities for Artists – January 2021

Along with MAAG’s call for artists, we’re looking for more ways for our artists to show their work.

Mann Older Adult & Rivera Recreation Centers

The Office of Arts, Culture, and the Creative Economy (OACCE) announces a $103,000 Percent for Art opportunity for Mann Rivera Renovation Project. This is a public art opportunity for the exterior perimeter wall of the Mann Rivera Center along Allegheny Avenue and 5th Street. The art could include a mosaic installation, mural, or other sculptural elements. Artists who live or work in the local community around Mann Rivera will be prioritized for this opportunity, but any artist may apply.

Project Budget: $103,000
Deadline for Submissions: February 11, 2021
Read the Call for Artists
Submit an Artist Application Online

 

COVID-19 Artist Relief Fund

To support artists during the COVID-19 crisis, a coalition of national arts grantmakers have come together to create an emergency initiative to offer financial and informational resources to artists across the United States. To apply or find out more, visit www.artistrelief.org .

 

Opportunities for Artists – May 2020

Along with MAAG’s call for artists, we’re looking for more ways for our artists to show their work.

Weavers Way Shuttle Artist of the Month

Richard Metz is seeking local artists to be featured in the Weavers Way Shuttle for their Artist of the Month column. This is a great opportunity to get some exposure. You can submit yourself by emailing him at thembones2@hotmail.com.
 

Art Blog – Open Call for Virtual Exhibition ‘Artists in the Time of Coronavirus’

Art Blog has an Open Call for Artists that is open to any and all artists to show on their website. The project has been going on for nearly a month and shows a wide range of styles. We recommend submitting when possible. Please note that this is CLOSED.
 

Artessa Alliance

Artessa Alliance is a group of women-identified visual artists from the Greater Philadelphia area who are committed to supporting members’ respective creative practices and collaborating on artistic projects. Get involved, become a member artist, and hear about their upcoming exhibitions by contacting news@artessaalliance.org.

COVID-19 Artist Relief Fund

To support artists during the COVID-19 crisis, a coalition of national arts grantmakers have come together to create an emergency initiative to offer financial and informational resources to artists across the United States. To apply or find out more, visit www.artistrelief.org .

Village of Arts and Humanities Emergency Gap Fund for Philly’s Black Working Artists

The Village of Arts and Humanities has launched a mutual aid fund designed to be highly accessible to working artists at all levels of experience. To qualify for a one-time grant of $500, artists must identify as Black, reside in Philadelphia, earn money from their craft, and have lost money as a result of the pandemic. The application takes 5 minutes to complete, and once approved, artists will receive the money within 5 days for as long as there are funds to accommodate requests. Priority is given to artists from the 19133 zip code, in light of The Village’s long-term service to the neighborhood. APPLY HERE. DONATE TO SUPPORT THE FUND HERE.