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Open call for artists too "100 little things" at Charlotte

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An opportunity for urban repairs in creative ways that manipulate the mundane and interpret architecture through the eyes of miniature is what seeks “100 Tiny Things,” an art project that launched its call to artists from Charlotte.

Part of the Charlotte International Art Festival (CIAF) organized by Bluementhal Performing Arts, the project aims to create playful, curious and disruptive street installations for people to ‘stumble upon’ art and transform the city from a fresh and different perspective see perspective. . YOU MAY BE INTERESTED: You are looking for young Latinos to participate in the Cine Youth Fest. Translated into Spanish as “100 tiny things”, the proposal aims to allow artists to create anything from small sculptures to mini murals. “The Tiny Things will encourage people to slow down, enjoy where they are and learn to explore through play,” the arts center said in a statement. How to participate in the 100 Tiny Things call for artists in Charlotte? According to a release, registrations for the program will be accepted from August 1-10 and select individuals will be notified around the 15th of the month.

Artists can submit more than one idea and will receive $200 for each accepted idea, paid upon installation completion. “Artists are fully responsible for design, creation, manufacture, installation, cost and physical labor,” the statement said. In addition to the $200 reward, the works selected will become part of the 100 Tiny Things card and the CIAF website. The installation runs from September 12th to 15th and is on Tryon Street between the Knight and Belk theaters by Bluementhal Performing Arts.

If you would like to participate in the 100 Tiny Things call for artists in Charlotte, you must fill out this form, which also includes full details.

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