Artists, you’ve got two great opportunities, but you’ll have to think fast.
Applications for the Working Artist Project run by the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia are due March 1. Applications for “Art on the BeltLine: Atlanta’s New Public Place” are due March 12.
The BeltLine is seeking temporary artworks in visual and performing disciplines to celebrate the opening of nearly eight miles of the future BeltLine to pedestrians and bicyclists via an interim trail this spring. The grants are $1,000, $3,000 and $5,000. The parameters for pieces are broad, but specifications are tight. Check the Web site for detailed information, including workshops to be held next week.
Now in its third year, MOCA GA’s Working Artist Project will award three visual artists a $12,000 stipend, a studio assistant and a solo show. See its Web site for details.