Call for Art: Seed Space, Nashville, TN

Call for Art: Seed Space, Nashville, TN

Deadline: Rolling Deadline for 2017-18

Please refer to Past Exhibitions to see the kind of projects Seed Space supports.

Seed Space Lab at Track One

– SS+L Proposals should be temporary, site specific, and we encourage the incorporation of new media technologies.

Seed Social Socially Engaged Works

– SS+S Proposals should engage the public, address a social challenge, and result in presentation.

Seed Performs Performance Art

– SS+P Proposals should occur during openings, thus be no more than 3 hours in length.


Residency: OFAR, Harrisonburg, VA

Residency: Old Furnace Artist Residency , Harrisonburg, VA
Deadline: 01/31/16

The Old Furnace Artist Residency is looking to host artists in Spring 2015.
Visiting artists MUST engage in topics of social justice. A background in socially engaged art practices is urged but not required. Public programming and activations are encouraged. We do not offer traditional studio spaces but can usually secure resources for visiting artist.

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Residencies can be 1 to 30 days in length. Residency is free and open to all backgrounds and professional levels. People of Color & Queer Folks are especially encouraged to apply.

To apply:

Residency: Macon, GA

Residency: Macon Arts Alliance, Macon, Georgia

​Macon Arts Alliance seeks two US-based social practice artists for a visiting artist program as part of the cultural planning process for Mill Hill: East Macon Arts Village. Artists with a history of socially engaged work, especially those with experience working on a neighborhood scale, are invited to apply. During the residency, visiting artists will work with local artists to engage neighborhood residents in creative projects that will result in a creative assets map and cultural master plan for the neighborhood. These artists will partner with key stakeholders to develop programming that engages residents, families, and youth living in the area. Our model envisions building relationships between artists and neighbors as a form of social capital to empower residents to eliminate blight while increasing economic opportunity. Artists and neighbors will work side-by-side as agents of change.

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