Funded Exhibition/Residency – Locust Projects

Website: http://locustprojects.org/for-artists/submissions/exhibition-open-call.html

Locust Projects is currently running an open call for Project Room exhibition proposals, with the aim of enabling local, national, and international visual artists to experiment with new ideas and media. Locust Projects is committed to presenting new work. Proposals should include new installation based work that has never been presented before specifically designed for one of Locust Projects exhibition spaces. Applications are invited from artists working in any medium and any stage in their career as long as the work they propose for Locust Projects is experimental and/or pushes their practice in new directions. Collectives and artist collaborations are encouraged to apply as long as the work is presented as a singular vision. The selected artist will have receive a solo exhibition, $2500-5000 Project Budget, an artist WAGE fee of approx. $1000, $750 stipend towards flights and ground transport (available to artists that live 150 miles away from Miami) and accommodation at the Locust Projects Residency house which is walking distance to the space.

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Expires: June 30, 2019


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