Integrity: Arts & Culture Association (IACA) Mini-Grants generally average $250, and are intended to assist with art supplies, recording studio time, exhibits, performances, residencies, project related expenses, etc. For more information about funds for artists, visit the following link: http://www.integrityaca.org/grantprogram.html. Upcoming deadline: February 12, 2022. Grants for nonprofits generally average $350. For more information about funding for nonprofits, visit the following link: http://www.integrityaca.org/nonprofitgrants.html. Upcoming deadline: April 15, 2022.
https://arcgallery.wufoo.com/forms/body-politics/ Beginning with the policing of women’s bodies, and expanding to examine all forms of body policing and discrimination. ARC will host a juried exhibition in January 2022 to address these themes. Body politics shape the socio-political climate and affect basic human rights. From the #metoo movement and rape culture, to domestic violence, to gender politics, and right down to the politics of hair in the classroom and workplace, we want to hear from you with work that addresses ideas around bodily autonomy. Juror: Ginny Sykes
CON-TEMPORARY Art Observatorium and Jizaino present the first edition of “Art of Freedom”, a free theme group exhibition. Differently from all our group shows, the exhibition cycle “Art of Freedom” does not have a main theme, so the artists have been chosen considering their personality and the contents. This did not exclude that the artworks on display would even be inspired to freedom, which nowadays is a value that is menaced again and that needs new attentions. Art of Freedom 29 October - 18 November 2021 CON-TEMPORARY Art Observatorium Corso Buenos Aires 42 11 Lavagna, Italy Open all days 10.00 - 18.00 booking on www.ctao.eu Free entrance http://ctao.eu/
Visit new exhibition at Lys d'Or: Michelle Holmes (Modern Embroidery) http://lysdorart.blogspot.com/p/solo-exhibition.html