The M-NCPPC space in the Gateway Arts Center has three current calls for entries:
>Accepting applications for the inaugural exhibition, a show of artists living and/or working in the Gateway Arts District – deadline Jan. 29.
>They are very actively seeking fine craft work to show and sell in their space. Submissions will be reviewed immediately and on an ongoing basis. Those interested should contact phil.davis [at] pgparks.com (301-277-2863) as soon as possible.
>They are also accepting proposals for gallery exhibitions. The next round of reviews will be in February; and will schedule shows beginning in September 2010.
The Gateway Arts Center (formerly called the Brentwood Art Center) will celebrate it’s grand opening on March 19, 2010. The center, located at 3901 Rhode Island Ave. in Brentwood, is dedicated to presenting and promoting the visual arts. It is home to a dozen artists’ studios, a gallery operated by the Gateway CDC, and the Prince George’s African American Museum & Cultural Center. The Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission occupies approximately 1/4 of the building, featuring a gallery, a contemporary craft store, and an arts class/meeting room. It is a place for people of all ages to meet, engage and learn about art, purchase one of a kind craft objects, and explore new talents.
Proposals/applications should include:
A résumé or CV
Appropriate digital documentation with a list of images that includes titles, media, size, and dates.
Exhibition proposals should include and artist/curator’s statement.
Attn: Gateway Arts Center
Arts & Cultural Heritage Division, M-NCPPC
7833 Walker Dr. Suite 430
Greenbelt, MD 20770
If you have any questions, would like additional information or a full prospectus, please contact:
Phil Davis, phil.davis [at] pgparks.com