A photo merge and collage on a street kiosk by Shamica Phillips

"Photo Merge and Collage", 2021, Shamica Phillips, located on Fayetteville Street in Downtown Raleigh

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Tarboro Road Park Request for Qualifications: Medal of Arts Event Producer SEEK Raleigh Pullen Arts Center 2025 Exhibition Program Block2 Gallery Video Series

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Tarboro Road Park

The exterior of Tarboro Road Park Community Center on a partly cloudy day

Deadline: March 30, 2024

The City of Raleigh is seeking an artist to create public art at Tarboro Road Park. Artwork can be integrated into the renovation of the historic building or incorporated into the site. This project is part of the 2022 Parks Bond. 

Learn more and apply to the Tarboro Road Park artist call

Request for Qualifications: Medal of Arts Event Producer

Medal of Arts award which reads City of Raleigh North Carolina Arts Commission

Deadline: April 18, 2024

Raleigh Arts is seeking an event producer for the Raleigh Medal of Arts Awards. The Raleigh Medal of Arts is awarded for extraordinary achievement in the practice or support of local arts. This event is a lively, engaging evening that celebrates the arts in Raleigh and honors those who have made the arts both possible and extraordinary. The ceremony is part awards show, part local arts showcase and part celebratory reception. The awards show and showcase will be held at a local Raleigh Arts Partner theater in 2024.

Those wishing to be considered must submit  materials by email  by 5 p.m. EST on April 18, 2024. Learn more about the position and how to apply. 

SEEK Raleigh

A man moves around while holding silver, reflective fabric

"VITAL Health", Michael S.Williams and Stacey L. Kirby, performance for SEEK Raleigh, 2020. Photo by Caroline Cockrell.

Deadline: April 30, 2024

SEEK Raleigh is an experimental public art program by Raleigh Arts that engages the community through public art in City of Raleigh Parks, greenways, and/or community spaces. Propose a public art project that you would like to create. Artists may submit up to four proposals per year. The City will provide space and funding.

Applications are accepted year-round and are typically reviewed every six months in the Fall and Spring. Learn more and apply to the SEEK Raleigh artist call

Pullen Arts Center 2025 Exhibition Program

Artwork and sculptures on display at Pullen Arts Center

Deadline: May 20, 2024

The Pullen Arts Center galleries showcase a broad spectrum of visual arts from local, regional, and national artists. We provide artists with exhibition opportunities and space to engage with the community without collection commission on sales. The galleries are free, open to the public, and are a valued component of the community arts education experience.

Artists working in any medium are encouraged to apply. This could include works in progress, hybridized practices, collaborative projects, book and print arts, ceramics, drawing and painting, fibers, glass, and metal arts. Digital artworks would be considered for exhibition, but the art center has limited equipment to display these artworks. Learn more and apply online. 

Block2 Gallery Video Series

table in chairs in front of the Block2 Gallery screen in Market Plaza

Deadline: Applications accepted year-round

Raleigh Art's Block2 Gallery is an outdoor visual platform for video, digital, and new media artists. Viewed after dark, the changing videos aim to expand a viewer's notion of visual art and introduce the community to new artists, ideas, and experimental mediums.

If you're interested in applying, please email Stacy Bloom Rexrode, Curator of Exhibitions and Collections.

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    Add to Calendar 2023-08-22 00:00:00 2024-04-30 23:59:59 Community Member Portraits at Oberlin Regional Library Portraits of 15 Oberlin Village community members are on display on the outside of Oberlin Regional Library at 1930 Clark Ave, Raleigh, NC 27605, through April 30, 2024. The portraits are part of the Oberlin Oral Histories Project, which explores the memories of Oberlin community members through oral histories that celebrate how special the Oberlin Village community is.    1930 Clark Ave., Raleigh, NC 27605 City of Raleigh Stacy Bloom Rexrode Curator of Exhibitions and Collections, Raleigh Arts stacy.bloom-rexrode@raleighnc.gov 919-996-4687 America/New_York public

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