DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities

DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities www.dcarts.dc.gov We provide financial support and conduct programming in three primary focus areas:

**DC Creates Public Art**
The purpose of the DC Creates!
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The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (CAH) provides grants, professional opportunities, education enrichment, other programs and services to individuals and nonprofit organizations in all communities within the District of Columbia. CAH is supported primarily by District government funds and in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.

*Vision*
As the Nation’s Capital, the District of

Columbia is a world-class cultural destination. CAH will be the leading voice for arts and culture in the city, thereby elevating the impact of the arts and humanities locally, nationally and internationally. Recognizing the changing dynamics within the city, CAH is poised to increase our depth and expand our breadth of creative opportunities for residents and visitors.

*Programs*
CAH is governed by a volunteer board of Commissioners who are appointed by the Mayor and approved by the City Council. Public Art Program is to provide high quality art installations and administrative support services to the public so they can benefit from an enhanced visual environment.

**Arts Learning and Outreach**
The purpose of the Arts Learning and Outreach Program is to provide grants, educational activities and outreach services for youth, young adults and the general public so they can gain a deeper appreciation for the arts and enhance the overall quality of their lives.

**Arts Building Communities (Grants and Programs)**
The purpose of the Arts Building Communities program is to provide grants, performances, exhibitions and other services to individual artists, arts organizations and neighborhood/community groups so they can express, experience and have access to the rich cultural diversity of the District. Grants are based on funding availability and advisory panel recommendations. The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) page intends to:

*Provide information and updates regarding activities and opportunities at the CAH and beyond;
*Invite discussion and participation in the arts and arts-related activities; and to
*Encourage partnership and collaboration. In order to ensure that all discussions on the CAH page are productive, respectful, energized and consistent with our mission and goals, we ask you to follow these guidelines:

*Be considerate and respectful of others. Vulgarity, threats or abuse of language will not be tolerated.
*Differing opinions and discussion of diverse ideas are encouraged, but personal attacks on anyone, including CAH staff, will not be permitted.
*Share freely and be generous, but be aware of copyright laws; be accurate and give credit where credit is due.
*Stay on topic.
*Refrain from using the page for solicitation, for commercial purposes or to market products. We reserve the right to make editorial decisions regarding submitted comments, including but not limited to removal of comments that violate these guidelines. CAH is an agency of the District of Columbia. It is not legal or permissible for state agencies to engage in or take official positions related to state or federal laws, political issues/actions or elections. Posts that relate to legal or political issues/actions may be removed. Opinions expressed by other Facebook users do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. In addition to our own policy, we expect those who engage with us and each other through our page to also abide by the site’s Community Standards: https://www.facebook.com/communitystandards

01/08/2024

🚨NOTICE🚨

January 8th, 2024: the District’s Hypothermia Alert will be ACTIVATED at 7PM.

Check on unsheltered neighbors, seniors, and other vulnerable individuals.

If you see someone in need of shelter, call:
☎️ 202-399-7093 or 311
📞911 if there’s an immediate safety risk

ICYMI Check out some local arts news in last week's ArtsWatch article from The Georgetowner, including new directors at ...
01/08/2024

ICYMI Check out some local arts news in last week's ArtsWatch article from The Georgetowner, including new directors at GALA Hispanic Theatre and The Washington Ballet.

A variety of arts and humanities projects across all of D.C.’s eight wards will be funded this fiscal year 2024. The D.C. Commission on the Arts and

01/08/2024

Today, we will for the launch of the Gallery Place/Chinatown Task Force.

Be a part of a new vision for DC. Join us in person or via livestream on X and FB ⬇️

01/07/2024

🚨NOTICE🚨

January 7, 2024: the District’s Hypothermia Alert will be ACTIVATED at 7PM.

Check on unsheltered neighbors, seniors, and other vulnerable individuals.

If you see someone in need of shelter, call:
☎️ 202-399-7093 or 311
📞911 if there’s an immediate safety risk

01/07/2024

Tomorrow!

We’re launching the Gallery Place/Chinatown Task Force and we want you to with us to celebrate:

⏰12:30PM
📍610 F St NW (Floor 2)

01/06/2024

🚨NOTICE🚨

January 6, 2024: the District’s Hypothermia Alert will be ACTIVATED all day.

Check on unsheltered neighbors, seniors, and other vulnerable individuals.

If you see someone in need of shelter, call:
☎️ 202-399-7093 or 311
📞911 if there’s an immediate safety risk

Friday Funding roundup!! In case you missed our latest newsletter earlier this week, check out these non-CAH local, regi...
01/05/2024

Friday Funding roundup!!

In case you missed our latest newsletter earlier this week, check out these non-CAH local, regional, and national opportunities for support.

Bethesda Film Fest Application 2023

The Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District invites filmmakers to submit recent short documentary films to the Bethesda Film Fest.

Up to five films will be selected to be shown. A film by a young filmmaker, under the age of 18, may also be chosen. Filmmakers whose films are selected will receive an honorarium of $1,000. Young filmmakers will receive a $250 honorarium. Short (5-30 minutes), documentary films by filmmakers in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. will be considered. Films must have been completed within the last two years. All topics are eligible. Filmmakers chosen for the 2023 festival are not eligible and may submit again for the 2025 festival.

The application deadline is January 9, 2024.
https://www.bethesda.org/arts-and-entertainment/bethesda-film-fest-application-2023

McLean Project for the Arts Spring Solos 2024 Call for Entries

McLean Project for the Arts (MPA) currently seeks submissions for our 2024 Spring Solo Exhibitions. Contemporary living artists working in the Mid-Atlantic Region are invited to submit exhibition or project proposals to be on display in the Emerson and Atrium Galleries. The dates for the exhibitions will be from April 11 - June 15, 2024.

Deadline is January 13, 2024.
https://mpa.submittable.com/submit/278710/spring-solos-2024-exhibition-proposal

VSA Creative Career Programs Applications Open

Know a talented young writer or musician who is part of the Deaf and/or disability* communities? Make sure they know about the Kennedy Center's creative careers programs and encourage them to apply by the deadlines noted below. In addition to financial awards, both programs provide exclusive workshops, connections with professional mentors, a trip to Washington, D.C. and more.

VSA Playwright Discovery Program
Young writers enrolled in senior high school (generally, ages 14-19) with disabilities are invited to submit a ten-minute script of any genre for the opportunity to participate in a playwrights program. Entries may be the work of an individual student or a collaboration between two students (at least one student with a disability). A panel of theater professionals selects winners.

The deadline is 11:59 pm (EST) on January 10, 2024.
https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/opportunities-for-artists/competitions-and-commissions/vsa-playwright-discovery/

VSA International Young Musicians Program
Each year outstanding young musicians with disabilities from around the world receive the VSA International Young Musicians Award, $2,000, and the opportunity to perform and participate in professional development and music coaching activities provided by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. This program is open to soloists and ensembles of any instrument or genre.

The deadline is 11:59 pm (EST) on January 17, 2024.
https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/opportunities-for-artists/competitions-and-commissions/vsa-international-young-musicians/

DC Independent Film Festival Submission

As of 2022, DCIFF, the oldest independent film festival in Washington DC, is a Film Festival & Forum with a storied history of presenting extraordinary films. They showcase cutting-edge features, animation, experimental films, shorts, and documentaries on every subject, from every country, and with every budget and subject imaginable.

Submission deadline is January 22, 2024.
https://filmfreeway.com/DCIndependentFilmFestival

Your Art, Our Earth Student Poster Competition

EARTHDAY.ORG’s Your Art, Our Earth poster competition for Earth Day 2024 is underway and open to student submissions until January 22, 2024!

On April 22nd, 1970, the very first Earth Day saw 20 million people take to the streets to advocate for environmental protection. Since then, EARTHDAY.ORG has stood as a champion for the planet. Each year, a billion people worldwide engage in various Earth Day activities, including participating in cleanups, signing petitions, and supporting our initiatives. Throughout the history of Earth Day, they've harnessed the power of impactful art to emphasize the urgent need to care for our planet and advocate for the environment.

https://www.earthday.org/your-art-our-earth/

Arts Midwest National Grant Programs

Applications are now open for the 2024-25 cycle of Arts Midwest’s two national grants programs: the NEA Big Read and Shakespeare in American Communities.

NEA Big Read

An initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest, the NEA Big Read supports community reading programs designed around a single NEA Big Read book. The goal of this program is to inspire meaningful conversations, celebrate local creativity, elevate a wide variety of voices and perspectives, and build stronger connections in each community.

Grants range from $5,000 to $20,000 each, and the Intent to Apply is due on January 10, 2024.

Shakespeare in American Communities

Shakespeare in American Communities is a theater program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest. Through grants to theater companies, this program supports high-quality productions and educational activities to young audiences throughout the United States. Applicants can choose from two paths: Schools or Juvenile Justice.

Grants range from $15,000 to $25,000 each, and the Intent to Apply is due January 25, 2024.

https://artsmidwest.org/update/big-read-shakespeare-applications-2024/

Mid-America Arts Alliance Creative Forces Program

The Creative Forces Community Engagement Grant program aims to improve the health, well-being, and quality of life for military service members and veterans exposed to trauma as well as their families and caregivers through experiences of art or art making.

The Creative Forces Community Engagement Grant is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) in partnership with Mid-America Arts Alliance (M-AAA).

The deadline is January 17, 2024

https://www.maaa.org/for-organizations/creative-forces/

ArtsHERE

Through grants and peer learning opportunities, ArtsHERE invests in organizations that have demonstrated a commitment to equity within their practices and programming, with the goal of increasing arts participation for underserved groups/communities, and sharing insights that may inform similar funding programs in the future.

Applications are welcome from organizations that are diverse in terms of geography, scale of operations, and focus of arts programming; as well as organizations that work at the intersection of the arts and other domains, such as community development, health/well-being, climate/environment, or economic development.

The Statement of Interest [SOI] deadline is January 19, 2024.

https://usregionalarts.org/artshere/

Greenville Museum of Art Call for ArtWorks

Opening in June 2024, the Greenville Museum of Art (GMoA) will host The Home I Never Knew: Ni de Aqui, Ni de Alla, a group exhibition of artwork by Latino/a/x artists from or currently residing in the southeast region of the United States. Accepting artworks by artists ages 15+ and working in all media, the GMoA aims to provide a space for artists identifying within the Latino/a/x community to share about their lives growing up in this region, including hardships, triumphs, and everything in between. Reclaiming the idea of “ni de aqui, ni de alla,” or “not from here, nor there,” we will highlight the range of individual and shared experiences associated with being both “from here” AND “from there,” belonging or not belonging, or feeling mentally, emotionally, or culturally from elsewhere. The title of this exhibition was inspired by the pictured artist, Maria Elena Ramirez.

The submission deadline is February 10, 2024.

https://www.gmoa.org/artist-opportunities

Springfield Art Museum Seeks Entries For Watercolor USA 2024

The Springfield Art Museum is pleased to announce a call for entries for Watercolor USA 2024, highlighting the very best in contemporary American watermedia. This year’s exhibit will run from June 8 through September 1, 2024. The entry portal opens on January 3, 2024. All entries must be submitted online. The deadline to apply is midnight (Central Standard Time) on February 22, 2024.

https://www.sgfmuseum.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=189

20th Annual Bethesda Painting Awards

The Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District invites local artists to submit work to the 20th annual Bethesda Painting Awards. This juried art competition awards $14,000 in prizes to four selected winners. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday, February 27, 2024. Up to eight finalists will be chosen to display their work at Bethesda’s Gallery B in June 2024.

https://www.bethesda.org/bethesda/bethesda-painting-awards

Performing Arts Readiness Project Grants

Two preparedness grant opportunities are available from the Performing Arts Readiness (PAR) project with application deadlines in early 2024.

Grants of up to $7250 for 9 performing arts organizations for the creation of individual institutional emergency preparedness or Continuity of Operations (CoOP) plans (deadline Jan. 15, 2024).

Grants of $5,000 - $25,000 each will be awarded for 4 projects to support both the development of new or emerging disaster preparedness networks that include performing arts and culture organizations, or the expansion of existing networks to increase participation among performing arts organizations (deadline March 1, 2024).

https://performingartsreadiness.org/grants/

Mid Atlantic Art Programs

ArtsCONNECT
ArtsCONNECT supports performing arts touring projects collaboratively developed by presenters working together in the mid-Atlantic region.

The tours include performances as well as complementary engagement activities designed to create greater understanding or connections between artists, audiences, and communities.

The deadline is March 7, 2024.

https://www.midatlanticarts.org/opportunity/artsconnect/

Special Presenter Initiatives
The Special Presenter Initiatives provide additional opportunities for the support of small to mid-sized performing arts presenters in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, West Virginia, and Native nations that share this geography.

Fee support is available for engagements of performing artists based anywhere worldwide. Engagements include performances as well as community activities that offer meaningful exchanges between touring artists and a presenter’s community.

The deadline is March 14, 2024.

https://www.midatlanticarts.org/opportunity/special-presenter-initiatives/

Mid Atlantic Tours
The Mid Atlantic Tours program is a roster-based program for presenters in the mid-Atlantic region to receive up to 50% of the roster artist's artist fee plus up to $2,000 in other program expenses. The roster is live now.

View the roster
https://www.midatlanticarts.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/FY25_MAT_Roster-PDF-2.pdf

Connect with a Tour Manager and complete a letter of agreement by March 28, 2024 to be considered for this program.

Learn more and apply
https://www.midatlanticarts.org/opportunity/mid-atlantic-tours/

Coming Up at CAHLegacy: Civil Rights at 60 Exhibition Opening ReceptionJoin the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities...
01/04/2024

Coming Up at CAH
Legacy: Civil Rights at 60 Exhibition Opening Reception

Join the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities in our 200 I St Gallery for a reception to celebrate our latest exhibition, Legacy: Civil Rights at 60. This juried exhibition commemorates the 60th anniversary of the passing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 which aimed to prohibit discrimination based on race, color, religion, s*x, or national origin. By visually depicting the material, personal, and direct-action work of the past 60 years through the artworks of DC-based artists, this exhibition is a call to continue pursuing equity and social justice locally and nationally.

SAVE THE DATE: 6 to 8 pm on Friday, January 12, 2024

Visit https://dcarts.dc.gov/page/legacy-civil-rights-60 for complete details.

01/04/2024

Join us and our LGBTQIA+ community at the MLK Holiday DC Peace Walk and Parade! 🌈🚶‍♀️

📅 Monday, January 15th
⏰ 11AM Start
📍 R.I.S.E. Demonstration Center

Leave a comment if you want to participate (or click the link in our bio) ⬇️

Repost from

Walk with us and fellow LGBTQIA+ community members at the MLK Holiday DC Peace Walk and Parade!

📆 Monday, January 15th
⏰ 11AM Step off
📍 R.I.S.E. Demonstration Center

Comment if you’d like to sign up (or visit the link in our bio) ⬇️

01/04/2024
01/04/2024

Today kicks off DC Department of Public Works Holiday Trees and Greenery Collection.

DPW-serviced households can place their trees and greenery in treeboxes or curbside through March 2nd ⬇️

01/04/2024

We're committed to making the District the nation's greenest, healthiest, and most sustainable city.

The District Sustainability Awards are one way we can support those who are working towards that effort.

Learn more and apply ➡️doee.dc.gov/service/awards

01/04/2024

Staying safe means getting ready for any potentially dangerous weather conditions.

Protect your family, home, and vehicles by taking precautions and preparing your winter emergency kit. ❄️

➡️ready.dc.gov/winterwx

01/04/2024

🚨Today🚨

We're releasing the FY24 Green Book: a guide to making sure our local businesses get a . 📗

Join us in person or via livestream on FB or X⬇️

Attention presenters in the DMV!!
01/03/2024

Attention presenters in the DMV!!

Presenters in the mid-Atlantic region are invited to join the virtual ArtsCONNECT Presenter Pitch Session on January 31, 2024 at 10am EST. This is an optional event to share the artist/company presenters plan to apply for ArtsCONNECT funding to present in the 2024-2025 season.

Presenters are encouraged to attend even if they do not plan to pitch an artist/company to learn about what colleagues in the field are working on and determine if they would like to join an ArtsCONNECT presenting cohort in progress.

If you would like to pitch, make sure to complete the optional pitch questions in registration. Register at: https://ecs.page.link/vRT4J

📸: ArtsCONNECT grantee Chautauqua Institution (NY) presenting Cécile McLorin Salvant. Credit: Jess Kszos.

Rosa Parks Arrested - On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks was arrested in Montgomery, Alabama, for disorderly conduct for re...
01/03/2024

Rosa Parks Arrested - On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks was arrested in Montgomery, Alabama, for disorderly conduct for refusing to give up her bus seat to a white man. Civil Rights leader E. D. Nixon bailed her out of jail, joined by white friends Clifford Durr, an attorney, and his wife, Virginia. Although Rosa did not win her case, which went to trial in the Recorder’s Court of the city of Montgomery on December 5. She was fined $14.00, including court costs. Her attorney Fred Gray appealed, but lost on a technicality.

Image courtesy of CGTN America and the Associated Press

As we continue of Legacy: Civil Rights at 60 social media campaign, we encourage you to join us next week on Friday, January 12th as we launch this next public art exhibition that will which will feature paintings and other works of art recognizing the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

For more questions, please send us an email at [email protected]









Check out our January Newsletter!!TABLE OF CONTENTSJanuary Commission Meeting Introducing Jenna KriegelComing Up at CAHA...
01/03/2024

Check out our January Newsletter!!

TABLE OF CONTENTS
January Commission Meeting
Introducing Jenna Kriegel
Coming Up at CAH
Arts and Health: The Role of the Arts Sector in Promoting Resilience and Well-Being
Non-CAH Opportunities
FY24 Fellowship Grantees on Spotify
Resources
Visit Our eMuseum
Update Your Profile

You can read it here: https://conta.cc/3NFhro7

Today we continue our civil rights exhibition social media campaign, entitled Legacy: Civil Rights at 60. On January 1, ...
01/02/2024

Today we continue our civil rights exhibition social media campaign, entitled Legacy: Civil Rights at 60.

On January 1, 1923, the Rosewood Massacre occurred in Levy County, Florida. Rosewood was a predominantly Black town in Florida that was destroyed by a white mob after false accusations against a Black man.

Image description: The 1923 Rosewood massacre resulted in the deaths of six Black people and two white vigilantes.

Image courtesy of SmithsonianMag.com and Getty Images

Please make sure to join us on Friday, January 12, 2024, as we launch our next public art exhibition entitled, Legacy: Civil Rights at 60 which will feature paintings and other works of art recognizing the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

For more questions, please send us an email at [email protected]









01/01/2024

Happy New Year, DC!

No matter how you're ringing in 2024, we wish you a safe and joyful celebration. 🎇

This Day in History Catcher, Arkansas Race Massacre that led to the creation of a “sundown” town in Arkansas. Within a f...
12/29/2023

This Day in History

Catcher, Arkansas Race Massacre that led to the creation of a “sundown” town in Arkansas. Within a few days, an African American man was murdered, 11 African Americans were charged with night riding, and there was an exodus from Catcher of every African American family.

Image description: Effie Latimer, left, was murdered in 1923. Charles Rucks, center, and Son Bettis were implicated. Latimer's murder sparked a race riot in Catcher that resulted in the exodus of Black families in the community southeast of Van Buren.

Image courtesy of SWTimes.com and Michael Anthony

Please mark your calendar for Friday, January 12, 2024, as we launch our next public art exhibition entitled, Legacy: Civil Rights at 60 which will feature paintings and other works of art recognizing the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

For more questions, please send us an email at [email protected]









December 25, 1779 - On the eve of the Revolutionary War’s famous Battle of Trenton Prince Whipple, a Black soldier, cros...
12/25/2023

December 25, 1779 - On the eve of the Revolutionary War’s famous Battle of Trenton Prince Whipple, a Black soldier, crossed the Delaware with General Washington. Prince Whipple was a bodyguard for General Whipple of New Hampshire and an aide to George Washington.

Image courtesy of RevolutionaryWarJournal.com

Please mark your calendar for Friday, January 12, 2024, our next public art exhibition opens. "Legacy: Civil Rights at 60" which will feature paintings and other works of art recognizing the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

For more questions, please send us an email at [email protected]

As of 2022, Washington, DC International Film Festival, the oldest independent film festival in Washington DC, is a Film...
12/23/2023

As of 2022, Washington, DC International Film Festival, the oldest independent film festival in Washington DC, is a Film Festival & Forum with a storied history of presenting extraordinary films. They showcase cutting-edge features, animation, experimental films, shorts, and documentaries on every subject, from every country, and with every budget and subject imaginable.

Submissions are open for consideration in the 2024 Washington DC International Film Festival. Submit your feature length or short film to be considered.

Final deadline to submit is January 22, 2024. Submit your film here: https://www.filmfestdc.org/submit.cfm.

Our office has closed early today for the holiday weekend. We will remain closed until Tuesday.In the meantime, we hope ...
12/22/2023

Our office has closed early today for the holiday weekend. We will remain closed until Tuesday.

In the meantime, we hope your holiday weekend is filled with warmth, laughter, and cherished moments.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCEMENT:Grants Management SpecialistApplication Deadline: December 29, 2023Duties and Respon...
12/22/2023

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCEMENT:
Grants Management Specialist
Application Deadline: December 29, 2023

Duties and Responsibilities

Provides customer service with potential grant applicants and grantees to clarify, interpret and resolve issues associated with CAH grant programs, and ensures grant programs are in compliance with District and agency policies and procedures. Administers grants applications and awards documentation. Ensures that all grant reporting requirements are strictly adhered to, consistent with local and Federal law and policy. Collaborates on the formulation of the grant guidelines, application criteria, application questions, panel membership and documentation for grants maintained by the agency.

Full details here: https://dcarts.dc.gov/page/cah-grants-management-specialist-0

Check out this upcoming workshop with DC Public Library and Washington Improv Theater, one of our FY24 grantees!
12/21/2023

Check out this upcoming workshop with DC Public Library and Washington Improv Theater, one of our FY24 grantees!

🎭 Join the DC Public Library and the Washington Improv Theater for an exciting, free workshop on Saturday, Dec. 30, from 1:00pm to 2:30pm at MLK Library. This is the perfect chance to explore the magic of improv in a relaxed, welcoming space.

Register: https://dclibrary.libnet.info/event/9498808

A special shoutout again to our friends at the Black Cat for generously hosting our CAH Holiday Networking Mixer last we...
12/19/2023

A special shoutout again to our friends at the Black Cat for generously hosting our CAH Holiday Networking Mixer last week! We're so pleased to see so many artists present at this gathering as well as the attendance of several CAH Commissioners and DC Councilmembers. We were especially grateful to have Councilmember Matt Frumin and Councilmember Brianne K. Nadeau partake in some holiday fun. CAH extends its best wishes to each and every one of our followers this holiday season. Thanks also to our friends at the Americans for the Arts for sponsoring the delicious food!

ICYMI
12/19/2023

ICYMI

Did you miss the National Endowment for the Arts and South Arts webinar on the new ArtsHERE grant program? No problem! The webinar replay is available online: https://ecs.page.link/wRcj7
Tune in to learn about best practices for submitting a Statement of Interest. Statements are due 1/19/24.

REMINDER:Now Accepting Applications for our FY24 Color the Curb-School Safety Program The District of Columbia Commissio...
12/19/2023

REMINDER:
Now Accepting Applications for our FY24 Color the Curb-School Safety Program

The District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities (CAH), in partnership with the District of Department of Transportation (DDOT), and District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS), seeks District-based artists experienced in large-scale exterior murals, youth engagement, and community-based projects to design and install ground murals in the intersections near four DCPS schools in Washington, DC. Selected artists will be awarded grant funds to be used for design, materials, fabrication, installation, personnel, and project management.

Application Deadline:
Friday, December 29, 2023 at 9 pm ET

CAH Staff Contact:
Deirdre Darden
Public Art Coordinator
[email protected]

Full details here: https://dcarts.dc.gov/page/color-curb-schools

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