2 x 15K for Public Art in the Bay Area: Southern Exposure Offers a New Award
For two years, Southern Exposure, enabled by the Graue Family Foundation, is going to offer a 15K award for Public Art Projects in the Bay Area. Artists nationally and internationally are encouraged to apply. It is really wonderful to see some significant awards coming out of the Bay Area.
The Graue Award is an initiative of SoEx Off-Site, a program of Southern Exposure’s founded in 2006 that seeks to commission and present new public work by emerging artists that intervenes and interacts in the social and political spheres beyond the space of gallery. SoEx supports and encourages these practices as few venues support emerging artists working in the public. The artists selected through the program will make a proposal and develop their work in relation the San Francisco Bay Area.
It is an Open Call! Applications for the 2011 project are due May 26th, 2010.
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