Friday, May 15, 2009

School 33 Art Center Call for Projects

Deadline: Ongoing/Unspecified

Open Call for Project Space Installations

School 33 Art Center
Baltimore, Maryland

School 33 Art Center accepts applications from artists to present experimental video and ambitious installation work that they may not otherwise have the support in creating. Proposals from individual artists or collaborative teams that will strive to utilize the space in a unique and challenging way are highly encouraged. Approximately four 8-week long exhibitions will be selected per year. Artist submissions in all media are eligible but artists are responsible for providing all installation materials, equipment, and technology.

School 33 Art Center features three professional gallery spaces with exhibitions rotating every 4-8 weeks. On the first floor, Gallery 1 boasts a 1,240 sq ft exhibition space that showcases our annual Open Calls to Artists and Curators. The second floor Members’ Gallery is a 480 sq ft exhibition space dedicated to hosting 8-10 solo exhibitions per year for School 33 Artist Members from across the region. Additionally, our 165 sq ft Project Space is committed to providing opportunities for emerging artists to present intimate bodies of work or realize more experimental installations that they may not otherwise have the support in doing.

Complete information available by contacting:
Jason Hughes
email: jhughes@promotionandarts.comor
Phone: 410-396-4641.

Visit website for more details:

School 33 Art Center
1427 Light Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
P: 410.396.4641 F: 410.625.2634

School 33 Art Center is dedicated to providing opportunities for artists through exhibitions, art classes, workshops, a Studio Artist Program, and special events. School 33 Art Center is a program of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, Inc., and is supported in part by grants from the Mayor and the City Council of Baltimore, Provident Bank, Corrigan Sports / The Under Armour Baltimore Marathon, the Maryland State Arts Council, and through private contributions to School 33 Art Center.