Calls and Opportunities

We invite you to explore and apply to the open artist calls and community opportunities with Roswell Arts Fund.

Corridors Public Art Festival

Roswell Arts Fund and the City of Roswell, Georgia invite artists and teams to submit portfolios for consideration for an exciting temporary public art festival.

A corridor is a link; a space that connects two points of interest. Our corridors connect our natural, historic, and cultural assets. These spaces are in-between, meant to be a place for travelling, occasionally gathering, but always moving. This project looks to elevate and feature one of these corridors; to transform it into a visual and performing celebration for the summer months of 2023. 

Kicking off June 2023, a stretch of greenspace, trail, and road between Roswell Don White Park and Riverside Park will be transformed into a visual and performing arts celebration. The type of work displayed may be an installation, sculptural, interactive, performative, or anything suitable for public exhibition. The work may be new or previously existing and rented for the exhibition.  This invitation is extended to all qualified artists with no entry fee. Local/regional participating artists will be given priority in the selection process.

RFQ PDF:  Click here to download

Call For Entry (Cafe) Application Link: https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=11202

Applicant Workshop:   Friday, December 16th, 2022 at 10 am EST
   –   An online informational workshop was hosted on Dec 16, 2022 to discuss the project and answer any questions pertaining to procurement.

–  Click here to watch the recording.  Passcode:  VE87M!T6

Deadline to Apply:  Friday, January 13, 2023  

Questions?   Contact Elan Buchen, RAF Program Director at elan@roswellartsfund.org

Community Call: Apply to be a part of a Roswell Arts Fund Public Art Selection Panel

If you have any questions, please contact at info@roswellartsfund.org

Have you ever looked at Sentience in the Heart of Canton Street or Ask the Fish at Don White or the Ribbon bike racks at Riverside Park and wondered, “Who decided to put that there?” Answer: a selection panel made up of community members just like you!

The Public Art Program is seeking interested community members, artists, and arts professionals who live or work in Roswell to be involved in this exciting process*.

Each Selection Panel is comprised of a minimum of eight voting members with additional members added depending on the scope of the project. It is the role of the voting panelists to make decisions as a group concerning the final selection of the artist or artist team.

Roswell Arts Fund is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion in all our programs, initiatives, and processes. For this reason, we request demographic information as it is important that we ensure a diversity of voices are represented in our programs and decision-making committees. Thank you for sharing information about yourself.

*Participation in this survey does not guarantee you will be asked to serve on a selection panel.

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