PASEO announces a call for artists for the PASEO 2020, a festival dedicated to bringing the art of installation, performance, and projection to the streets of Taos, New Mexico. This two-day outdoor event, set in the high desert of Taos, is in its seventh year, and scheduled for Friday and Saturday evening, September 18th and 19th, 2020.
Deadline: 29 Feb 2020
The PASEO is seeking work that is immersive, participatory, and/or will make a dynamic impact within the Taos Historic District during this evening festival, scheduled to start at sunset and runs to 11pm. PASEO 2019 brought thousands of people to the streets of Taos to experience this annual celebration.
Artists are encouraged to share their process of art making with the community. As part of the application process, artists are invited to submit proposals for adult and youth workshops, lectures, and forums.
In its seventh year, The PASEO has become the anticipated art event of the year, bringing out thousands of locals and visitors alike to fill the streets of Taos, New Mexico. Taos is a centuries-old Art Colony and home to Taos Pueblo, UNESCO protected and the oldest continually inhabited community in North America. Home to artists for centuries, The PASEO holds to the tradition of bringing artists from around the world to both inspire and be inspired.
PASEO 2020 Artist Benefits
PASEO 2020 is seeking 20-25 installations. They provide stipends ranging from $250 – $2,500 (with 2-3 projects funded at $5,000-$10,000). Stipend is contingent on size, complexity, and anticipated festival impact. PASEO provides funds for the shipping of artwork. The artist is responsible for the installation of their work. The festival will provide staff and volunteers to assist.
The PASEO engages the entire community through educational programs that happen before and during the annual event. The PASEO regularly partners with local arts organizations, local artists, museums, and galleries in hosting these events. Events include lectures and talks, workshops, demos, local collaborations, and training.
The PASEO’s mission is to transform art through community and community through art. They live at the center of three primary values: art, education, and community.
The PASEO Project’s community is both local, global, respectful, and inclusive. They create a platform for art that is experimental, time-based, ephemeral, participatory, and context responsive. PASEO encourages conversations on contemporary art practices; engages the community through education, workshops, presentations; and challenges art and audience while supporting local artists and businesses both emerging and established. The PASEO respects art making.
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The Paseo Project announces a call for artists for the Paseo 2019, a multimedia exhibition of installation, projection, and performance art that can be installed, projected, or performed outdoors. Event scheduled for September 13 – 14 in the Historic District, Taos, New Mexico.
Deadline: 28 Feb 2019
The Paseo Project, nonprofit host organization, is seeking work that is immersive, participatory, and will make a dynamic impact within Taos Historic District. Both high-tech and low-tech submissions are welcome. Preference is given to work that engages with the architecture within the historic downtown. Work can be roving/migratory, performative, site-responsive, culturally-situated, land-based, or somehow distort or disrupt scale and soundscape.
Artists are to be present for the evening festival, which starts at sunset and runs to 11:00pm each evening. The Paseo Project provides artist stipends and a volunteer crew helps with any temporary structures that may need to be built.
The Paseo is an award-winning festival and attracts audiences from all over the Western US and beyond. Since 2014, the Paseo has engaged the Taos community and visitors in the art making process during its two-night outdoor event. Now in its sixth year, it has become the most anticipated art event of the year, bringing out thousands of locals and visitors to fill the streets. Taos is a centuries old art colony and home to Taos Pueblo, UNESCO-protected and the oldest continually inhabited community in North America. The event holds to the tradition of bringing artists from around the world to both inspire and be inspired.
The Paseo 2019 theme is Connections. The organization is seeking work that celebrates, contemplates, or questions our interactions with each other, nature, or the world. It seeks works that are in sync with its core mission to transform art through community and community through art.
The Paseo is made possible by the Town of Taos, Taos County Lodgers Tax, MAE Foundation, Taos Community Foundation, Nina’s Fund, New Mexico Arts, a Division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, the National Endowment for the Arts, and many generous individual donors and business sponsors.
Paseo 2019 Artist Benefits
Selected artists will receive an artist fee based on the scale of their project and current W.A.G.E. standards. The Paseo project heavily promotes and markets artists by coordinating radio interviews, artists videos, museum talks, online and social media promotion, newsletter, and regional and national ad campaigns. Paseo 2018 advertised in Hyperallergic and Colossal. Participating artists are featured in the Festival Guide and website.
About The Paseo Project
The Paseo Project lives at the center of three primary values: art, education, and community. Its community is local, global, respectful, and inclusive. The Paseo Project’s vision is to create a platform for art that is experimental, time-based, ephemeral, participatory, and context responsive; encourage a conversation on contemporary art practices; engage the community through education, workshops, and presentations; challenge art and audience; support local artists and businesses; and respect art making.
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The City of Napa announces a call for artists for the Napa Lighted Art Festival. For 2019, approximately fifteen installations are being sought. The festival supports the innovative techniques using light and light technologies as a growing art medium. Napa Lighted Art Festival is a true celebration of creative arts, technology and light. Artwork could include any of the following genres and/or technology: Light art, video art, 3D video mapping projections, light sculptures, LED, fibre optics, custom gobo designs, interactive works, and lasers. The City of Napa is open to receiving proposals to exhibit existing works provided they meet the Festival themes and criteria.
Deadline: 17 Aug 2018
Napa Lighted Art Festival Artist Benefits
The Napa Lighted Art Festival artist’s stipends will range between $2000 – $5000 which includes travel expenses. The artwork will be shown to 20K + audience who will be attending the festival and viewing the artwork. The Napa Lighted Art Festival marketing for this event will be reach over 300K+ followers on social media channels and printed materials.
“We know how to do Art After Dark!”
About the City of Napa
City of Napa and the Arts Council Napa Valley are proud supporters of public art, art walks, and the growing medium of light art. The Napa Lighted Art Festival is an exciting opportunity. Also, it is one of the few lighted art festivals on the West Coast. Non-profits, schools, private business, and the art community are involved in the festival. Napa Valley is soon to be the destination in order to experience dynamic art, diverse culture, creative opportunities, and world class wines. It will be the place to be in January each year. It is an opportunity you do not want to miss out on.
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