Thursday, November 20, 2014


Where I'm From: The Black Artstory of Myrtle and Beyond
February 1-28, 2015
The Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership (MARP) is seeking paintings, drawings, photography and works on paper to present in its 3rd Annual Black Artstory Month. Selected works will be featured in businesses on Myrtle Avenue in the Fort Greene/Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn from February 1-28, 2015.
The title of this year’s Black Artstory Month is “Where I’m From: The Black Artstory of Myrtle and Beyond.”
In celebration of the centuries-long black arts tradition on Myrtle Avenue and its surrounding areas, MARP is seeking visual art that explores the concepts of time, travel, time-travel, and transition.
Please submit the following materials by November 30, 2014 to Ali Rosa-Salas, ATTN: Black Artstory Month Submission:
*Application materials must be submitted in a zip file or PDF*
1. Brief Artist Statement
2. Resume/CV
3. Up to 4 artwork images with index listing title, medium, and dimensions for each piece.
Selected works must be ready to hang.
For more information and to submit please contact Black Artstory Month organizer Ali Rosa-Salas:

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