Boulder County and Lyons opportunities for artists
LYONS OUTDOOR ART “Call for Artists”
The Lyons Arts and Humanities Commission (LAHC) and the Town of Lyons announce a call for artists for entries in our public art collection now known as The heARTS of LYONS – An Outdoor Arts Collection — all over town. We wish to expand to an additional 11 high quality pieces.
Artists are paid a $1000 honorarium (paid in two installments) for a two-year placement.
The window for submissions is now through February 22, 2023
SEE LYONS RECORDER ARTICLE for FULL DETAILS.
CREATIVE RETREAT IN COSTA RICA!
Seeking Musicians for Downtown Boulder Events – April, June, September – Downtown Boulder Community Initiatives books live musical acts for three of our major events
Apply for Pearl Street Arts Fest – July 14 – 16, 2023 — 50,000 attendees over 2 days — various fees
Call for Entries
Pastel Society of Colorado– Call for Entry – 19th Annual Mile High International Pastel Exhibition is now accepting entries. – deadline March 15
Call for Artists – 2023 Boulder Star Holiday Card – The Boulder Chamber seeks to commission a professional local artist, illustrator and/or designer in association with Boulder County Arts Alliance, to create an original image that it can license for the 2023 Boulder Star Holiday Card, a wine label, and possibly other items. – deadline January 31
Calls for Entry: Seven Deadly Sins – submit original artwork for the “7 Deadly Sins” exhibit to be held at R Gallery + Wine Bar in Boulder – deadline February 2
GRANTS for ARTISTS
See 7 grants listed, with Guideline and Frequently Asked questions.
The Boulder County Arts Alliance carries out part of its mission by providing funding for individual artists and organizations in Boulder County. Funding is available for all arts disciplines, including: visual arts, theatre, dance, music, storytelling, film, literature, book arts, and more
NOTE: See Boulder County Arts Alliance web page during 2023 for more opportunities,
and a list of classes available to artists.
ARTISTS EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND
In addition to the major emergency relief providers that you are most likely aware of (American Red Cross, FEMA, SBA, etc.), a number of arts organizations and funders also provide emergency financial relief, emergency residencies and other emergency resources for artists recovering from emergencies. Go to this page for more information: Cerf+ The Artist Safety Net (This is recommended by Lyons Arts & Humanities Commission)