Visual Artists: Apply for Live Mural Painting
The Northern New Jersey Community Foundation’s ArtsBergen initiative announces a call for visual artists for ‘Live Mural Painting’ at the Main Music Art Brew & Fare in Hackensack, New Jersey. The event takes place on Saturday, October 5, 2019.
Five mural artists and/or artist teams will be selected to paint murals on vintage wooden doors simultaneously during the Main Music Art Brew & Fare. The event also features food trucks, a beer garden and music. The deadline for artists and/or artist teams to submit an application for this paid opportunity is Tuesday, September 17, 2019.
ArtsBergen, an initiative of the Hackensack-based NNJCF, is working with the Hackensack Main Street Business Alliance’s Creative Arts Team (CAT) to announce and collect submissions from applicants. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age to apply and have prior mural experience. Selection criteria include creativity of design, experience, and artistic excellence.
Visual Artists: Apply Now
Complete details about the scope of work, design criteria, application requirements compensation, and an application are available here. In addition, only selected artists will be notified if their design has been accepted. For further information, contact NNJCF’s ArtsBergen at email@example.com or 201-568-5608.
The Hackensack CAT is a group of artists, merchants, organizational leaders and public officials collaborating to implement Creative Hackensack. The CAT is a creative placemaking initiative of the City of Hackensack. Creative placemaking integrates arts and culture into a neighborhood, town, or region. This builds community and livability, while boosting the local economy. Furthermore, the CAT identified several projects, including the ‘Live Mural Painting’ to implement the Creative Vision Statement, developed with input from various members and sectors of the community.
“Creative Hackensack understands the value of incorporating more arts into city life. This provides opportunities for artists to show their work in the community. The ‘Live Mural Painting’ project is one of these opportunities. Furthermore, hundreds of people from the region view the murals at the event,” said Danielle De Laurentis, Associate Director, Northern New Jersey Community Foundation.