Art in the Open (AiO)
DATES: Spring, 2021, exact dates TBD
LOCATION: Philadelphia, PA (Schuylkill River Banks)
APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 1, 2020
APPLICATION FEE (USD): $25
TO APPLY: cfeva.slideroom.com
Rescheduded for Spring, 2021 - exact dates TBD
Art in the Open (AiO), a partnership between The Center for Emerging Visual Artists (CFEVA) and Fairmount Water Works, re-frames the ‘plein air’ tradition of creating art outside and on-site in a contemporary context, encouraging both artists and audiences to draw inspiration from the city's diverse natural and urban landscapes. The event will run in Spring, 2021, exact dates TBD. Using the Schuylkill River Banks Park as studio space, participating artists will have the opportunity to explore new working methods, develop process-oriented works, and interpret a compelling intersection of urban and natural environments in the public realm. Selected artists will also be able to participate in complementary programs and public engagement events, as well as exhibit their finished work as part of the AiO exhibition series. AiO reaches an estimated 12,000 visitors over the course of the three-day event. Local, National and International artists, working in all media, are encouraged to apply.
For more information or questions about the application process,
please contact Genevieve Coutroubis, Executive Artistic Director at CFEVA: (215) 546-7775 x 11 or email@example.com
Table of Contents:
Calls for Artists
Residences, Fellowships, Grants
Art Jobs & Internships
Remembering the Suffragists
100 years of Women Voting in the United States, curated by Patricia Moss-Vreeland for InLiquid Online, is seeking work in response to the 100th year anniversary of the passing of the 19th amendment! Art’s ability to represent history and personal narrative is its own form of activism.
This online exhibition will include a diversity in media, voices, and forms of expressions.How does this moment in time bring meaning to you? Any medium, images, texts--that expresses how you approach this, as an extension to your practice, who you are as a womxn, a citizen, or as a tribute to the Suffragists--that resonates with your personal experiences are welcome. We can continue this historic work led by a group of very diverse women, along with their stories of sacrifice, persistence, and courage. Their history gives us the opportunity to question what is written and to carve out the often ignored truths. This exhibition offers a chance to come together as womxn in recognition of the Women’s Suffrage Movement, and draw a connection to current and ongoing inequalities we still fight. As we expand our collective history through our unique responses, we build bridges to each other and to the future.
To be included in this first part and help shape the project and its future iterations, please submit your work by August 7, 2020. Help us celebrate National Women’s Suffrage Month in August and follow InLiquid on social media for key developments and news about future iterations!
About the CuratorAs an artist, Patricia Moss-Vreeland explores memory through science, history and language, and has come to reflect upon it as a meditation on who we are. Moss-Vreeland’s various works through diverse media and genres, goes beyond expressing herself, but extends to find points of connections, to share knowledge, and to elicit and create a new collective memory. Learn more about Patricia here!
For any questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Delaware River Waterfront Corp (DRWC)
Date: May 2020 & September 2020
The Delaware River Waterfront Corp (DRWC) is looking to partner on weekend programming for three different paid summer opportunities. Attatched are requests for proposals for Opening Weekend at Spruce Street Harbor Park, and a summer weekend at Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest. Details about the requirements for proposals are noted in the attatchments and on our website:
Free transactional intellectual property counsel at Penn Carey Law!
We are now accepting clients for the new semester of the clinic
What is a clinic?
A “teaching law-firm” where Penn Carey Law students represent clients without charge under the supervision of faculty-practitioners.
What work can we do?
Audit technology, innovation or artistic creation for IP issues;
Help clients create and implement an IP protection strategy;
Counsel over privacy and data protection concerns;
Reduce risk of IP infringement through strategic IP planning;
Negotiate licenses and other deal documents;
Draft privacy policies, NDAs and other agreements; Analyze fair use of copyrighted content; Execute preliminary prior art and freedom to operate searches;
Aid in patent prosecution;
Advise on trademark strategy and search potential marks;
Register for federal copyright protection;
Prosecute federal trademark applications.
Who is a potential client? Inventors, scientists, entrepreneurs, artists, nonprofits… any individual or entity with IP needs.
Potential clients may apply to the Clinic by submitting an online application at www.pennipc.com.
Client selection will occur in late August, 2020.
Red Bull Arts Microgrant Program
Direct-funding to artists is essential always, and is particularly critical at this moment. In response to the current socio-political climate, Red Bull Arts is expanding the Detroit Microgrant Program nationally. This initiative directly supports our community of artists through providing unrestricted aid.
The adapted Microgrant program will award two $1000 grants each month to artists in the following 20 cities across the United States: Atlanta, Austin/San Antonio, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Hudson Valley (NY), Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York, Oakland, Philadelphia, Providence, St Louis, and the Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St.Paul). These funds are meant to support artists in continuing their work however they see fit in this difficult moment.
Microgrant Program Award Details
On a monthly basis, a lump-sum of $1000 given to two artist in each city
Potential opportunity to share projects through Red Bull Arts social channels
Eligibility and Expectations
Open to artists aged 18+
Artists must be working or residing within select counties for each city (please review city specific details via the Apply Now link)
Applicants must be able to receive taxable income in the United States regardless of their citizenship status
Both individual artists and groups can apply. Groups that apply together will collectively receive one $1000 grant
Applications are open on a rolling basis
Applicants who have applied in the past and were not selected are encouraged to reapply. There is no requirement to wait a certain amount of time since your last application
You may not apply if you have received a Microgrant in the last six months
Please provide a CV or resume (if you are not able to do so or do not have a CV or resume you may submit without one); a portfolio of 1-4 examples of your work; and a letter of purpose which states why the Microgrant is important to you now and how it will impact your work
CALLS FOR ARTISTS
Exquisite Corpse Art Project
Exquisite Corpse is a method by which a collection of words or images is collectively assembled. Artists will be grouped into teams of three to create a collective piece of artwork, in a socially distanced exchange throught the mail. Upon completion, this work will be displayed in a physical exhibition at uCity Square in 2021.
All artiwork is property of the artists, 2D and 3D projects are accepted, in all mediums. All levels of artistic talent may participate.
To sign up, email email@example.com by Sept. 30, 2020
October 2, 2020 - November 13, 2020
Deadline to enter: August 14th, 2020
Call for Entry:
The Foundry Art Centre in Saint Charles, Missouri is seeking submissions for “Focal Point,” a juried exhibition focusing on how photography can be pushed to its fullest potential. Submitted works do not have to be purely photography but can be mixed media; a photographic element must be present for the work to be considered.
Best in Show awarded a "Going Solo" Exhibition - worth $500
Two Juror's Choice Awards- $150 cash prize each
Eligibility: open to all Artists, 18 years or older, worl-wide, both amateur and professional. This includes alternative and traditional artwork.
Juror: Robin Assner-Alvey is a practicing artist working with photography, video and installation. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Connecticut (2000) and her Master of Fine Arts from the Ohio State University (2002). Her work examines corporality and asks viewers to consider the experience of living in their own skin. Robin’s most recent solo exhibition was Embodied at the Bruce Gallery at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in January 2019.
Robin is also a Professor of Art in the Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Art at Webster University in St. Louis, MO. She just completed her seventeenth year at Webster, where she teaches all levels of photography and video. In 2017, she received the Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award and the William T. Kemper Award for Excellence in Teaching.
To Learn More Information:http://www.foundryartcentre.org/focal-point
To Directly Submit To This Call: https://foundryartcentre.formstack.com/forms/focal_point
Deadline to enter: August 14th, 2020
Questions about eligibility can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Art exhibition across from The Independence National Historical Park
FRIEDA is proud to introduce curated art exhibitions throughout the year in our Philadelphia space to celebrate art that spans generations. Opportunities are available for established or emerging artists who live or work within the Mid-Atlantic region (PA, NJ, NY, MD, DE and Washington, D.C.).
FRIEDA asks that selected artists schedule time to engage with our community through a workshop, demonstration or discussion during the exhibition period. No commission is expected from the sale of any art work; any transactions will be handled directly by the artist and the potential buyer.
• Send email to email@example.com with subject line exhibition + corresponding month.• Attach six (6) numbered JPEG images of work with no more than two (2) detail shots.• Title each JPEG with your last name, first initial and an assigned number.• Include image list with corresponding numbers with your JPEGS. Include title, size, medium and year.• Include resume with mailing address, email address and phone number and artist’s statement.• $25 application fee. You will be contacted by FRIEDA for payment on the phone with credit card.
• FRIEDA reserves the right to refuse any artwork for any reason.• Artwork cannot be removed prior to the exhibition closing date.• Artworks may be reproduced in publications and communications for publicity purposes related to the exhibition and general promotion. Artwork is subject to photography by visitors. Questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
FRIEDA for generations is a modern space that promotes culture, art and design with the goal of bringing together people of all ages and from diverse backgrounds. After featuring a number of accomplished artists in various media, FRIEDA is proud to introduce curated art exhibitions scheduled throughout the year. Our space is located in Center City Philadelphia across from the Independence National Historical Park, with exposure to the public seven days a week. Please visit at www.friedaforgenerations.com
14th Annual Juried Photography Exhibit 2020
All photographers are invited to enter Media Arts Council's 14th Annual Juried Photography Exhibit, PhotoEx.
The theme for 2020 is: "H2O." Photos may depict any subject matter in any location, provided they reflect the theme.
Deadline for entries is 11:59 PM, Saturday August 22, 2020.
H2O: What does it mean to you? One of the most plentiful and essential compounds on earth, it is the basis of all living organisms. This theme invites you to use the concept of "H2O" in your photographic submissions, incorporating your unique creative interpretations for the PhotoEx 2020 Juried Exhibition.
We are currently in unprecedented times. Art is needed more than ever during this troubling global event. Our photographic responses to this challenge could result in a solitary adventure, a creative catharsis, or a new opportunity to simply distract ourselves from the uncertainty around us. We hope this challenge inspires you to take a second look and find unique twists to this universal theme.
For more information, including links to download pdf's of exhibit rules and entry form, go to: https://mediaartscouncil.org/photoex
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Wharton Esherick Museum 27th Annual Juried Woodworking Exhibition
2020 Theme: Wood and...
New Deadline: January 4th, 2021
For the 27th year of the Wharton Esherick Museum’s annual juried woodworking exhibition, we invite you to share innovative works of art, craft, and design that showcase wood and at least one other medium. Whether functional or sculptural, each submission should reflect the way Esherick worked across a vast spectrum of materials and practices as well as his outside the box thinking.
We want to know how you might complete the phrase “wood and…”
Wood and glass? Wood and plastic? Wood and silver? The possibilities are endless!
For more exhibition and application information, visit: https://whartonesherickmuseum.org/programs/the-27th-annual-juried-woodworking-exhibition/
The Viral Imaginations project is a web-based gallery and archive of current and former Pennsylvanians’ creative responses to the coronavirus pandemic. The curated galleries feature creative writing and 2D visual art, and are available at: viralimaginations.psu.edu. Submissions are also made directly to the site using forms found on the home page.
Contact email@example.com for any questions.
Superfine Applicants now open: Galleries and Solo Artists
New York City, NY
Brick-and-mortar and online galleries curating and representing visual artists. Superfine! galleries represent the cutting edge in new contemporary art while still fostering accessibility via transparent pricing, thoughtful spread of sizes and price points, and diverse, artist-forward programs. Solo, artist-run booths. For artists who work with or are represented by galleries, we encourage you to discuss the opportunity with your gallery prior to submitting. Superfine! solo artists may range from emerging to mid-career, but share a consistent commitment to quality and professionalism in their work, presentation, and sales approach. Learn more.
Maryland Art Place: Call For Entry: Hotel Indigo
Maryland Art Place (MAP), in partnership with Hotel Indigo is pleased to announce an open ‘Call to Artists’. As an extension of MAP’s annual IMPACT public art partnership projects, MAP is working with Hotel Indigo to offer rotating exhibitions in Hotel indigo’s library and Poets Modern Cocktails and Eats. This opportunity is available to visual artists living or working in Maryland. Maryland Art Place will curate four exhibitions a year based on submissions entered through a rolling basis. Learn more.
Keystone Property Group: Exhibition Opportunity
Keystone Property Group, a real estate investment company, is a looking for artists to display their work for a period 6 months in one of our premier office locations. This is a great opportunity for an artist to show his or her work in a prominent location with the chance to have his or her work sold. We are looking for colorful, modern pieces to fill the rotunda of one of our office buildings.
VOX POPULI CALL FOR PERFORMANCE PROPOSALS
Vox Populi is now accepting proposals for performance work to take place in our lobby area during select First Friday receptions. Proposals may take a multitude of forms: experimental music or dance, workshops, discussions, performance art or alternative temporary exhibitions. Vox Populi is interested in artists, curators, and performers who work in experimental media or employ alternative methodologies in their work, and invites applicants to take advantage of the open ended nature of this call. Please outline the planned work accurately but succinctly and include images, video or audio files if necessary. Considered on an as-needed basis and may not receive a timely response. Please wait one year before reapplying with the same work. Performers will receive a $100 honorarium for their work.
OPEN SUBMISSIONS the Woven Tale Press Internet Magazine
East Setauket, NY
The Woven Tale Press is a monthly online literary and fine arts magazine. The Press mission is to grow traffic to noteworthy artists and writers on the Web; we link contributors works directly back to their websites or blogs. The Press welcomes submissions of painting, mixed media, crafts (including fiber), sculpture, photography, printmaking, and experimental. We pride ourselves on being electric. Learn more.
Little Berlin Open Call for New Members
Little Berlin, a collective of artists and curators committed to experimental and innovative programming and exhibitions, is seeking new members. Little Berlin places an emphasis on curation and programming: members support one another to promote artists and ideas beyond the art practices of individual member. Learn More.
Office of Arts, Culture, and the Creative Economy: Call for Creative Talent
The Call for Creative Talent is a major part of OACCE’s Arts in Action program, which activates public spaces in Philadelphia’s diverse and vibrant neighborhoods with arts and cultural experiences for all. Are you a visual artist, performer, or arts organization serving Philadelphia communities? The Call for Creative Talent is a growing roster of hundreds of creatives currently serving Philadelphia neighborhoods. Submitting information to the year-round Call for Creative Talent guarantees that you will receive information concerning OACCE’s paid Arts in Action opportunities for artists. Submit information about your art-making, dance, film/video, music, theatre and spoken word activities to be considered for future programming. Learn more.
Residencies, Fellowships, & Grants
The Currier Museum of Art - open call
The Currier Museum of Art invites applications for our new social practice artist residency, Artists in the Community, for a residency period beginning in late winter/early spring 2021. The residency program is central to the Currier Museum’s mission of connecting audiences with art and creative thinking. Artists in the Community deepens this mission through an open call to social practice artists who share the goal of impacting people through the transformative power of art.
Applicants must demonstrate a history of social engagement in their artmaking practice and production. Successful applicants will develop an innovative project with tangible outcomes that align with the tenets of their own practice, the mission of the museum, and the needs of the community partner(s) with whom they will collaborate. Artists and small collectives (no more than 3 people) working in any media are eligible to apply.
Understanding that partnerships evolve throughout the relationship between artist and organization, we recognize the need for flexibility. Proposals do not need to include fully formed projects; rather, we invite artists to describe the type of issues they plan to address, the impact their previous projects have had, and their working styles. A consideration of how your project could be achieved under anticipated ongoing physical distancing guidelines should also be included.
The Currier Museum welcomes and encourages proposals from Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) as well as members of the LGBTQI community. The museum does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. The Currier Museum supports resident artists with a stipend, travel allowance, materials budget, and housing in a fully-furnished home.
For more information and details on how to apply visit: https://www.anyartist.org/call.cfm?id=2865
Call For Artists and Photographers -
$550.00 Innovate Grants
Innovate Grant is now accepting submissions for the Summer 2020 Cycle. Innovate Grant awards (2) $550.00 grants each quarter, to one Visual Artist and one Photographer. in addition to receiving a grant award, winers will be featured and recognized on our website and joing a growing community of vibrant and talented artists. For more information and to apply visit innovateartistgrants.org
Innovate Grant supports photographers and artists through quarterly grants. We've simplified the grant process, so that artists and photographers can focus on making their innovative work. The work should speak for itself and our application reflects that.
Deadline: August 25, 2020
What is the Halcyon Arts Lab Fellowship?
At the intersection of art and change, this five-month residential fellowship is designed to provide support and resources to emerging artists working on projects which address issues of social justice, civic engagement, and community building. Arts Lab fellows strive to expand their practices and grow as leaders in their respective fields.
Adapting the well-honed methodology of the Halcyon model, Halcyon Arts Lab fosters creativity through a supportive environment of space, access, and community. The program accepts six national and internal fellows in each cohort.
Cohort- 4 Fall 2020- Fellowship Fates: September 1 2020 - February 14, 2021
Location: Halcyon Arts Lab, 1801 35th Street NW, Washington DC, 2007
Mural Arts Philadelphia (MAP), a public art program committed to generating public impact through artistic processes, is collaborating with Fair and Just Prosecution (FJP) -- which brings together newly elected local prosecutors as part of a network of leaders committed to promoting a justice system grounded in fairness, equity, compassion, and fiscal responsibility -- to create a new artist-in-residence program at the Philadelphia Office of the District Attorney.
As Philadelphia’s 26th District Attorney, Larry Krasner has garnered national acclaim for his ambitious and progressive efforts to reform Philadelphia’s criminal justice system, working fearlessly to shift the goals and dialogue around criminal justice towards a system that seeks to do justice, enhance accountability and promote alternatives to incarceration and punitive responses. This collaborative team is seeking an artist to participate in a 6 to 9-month residency that will culminate with work(s) of art that explore the human toll of incarceration and that highlight the importance of creating alternatives to our current system. learn more.
Deadline: There are four grant cycle deadlines per year – January 15, April 15, July 15, and October 15.
Founded in 2017, Artist Grant is a new venture that aims to support and fund artists. To that end, this charitable organization funds the efforts of artists to continue their important work and contributions to society, providing a modest competitive grant of $500 to one artist every quarter. WHO: Visual artists 18 and older from anywhere in the world. Learn more.
POLLOCK-KRASNER FOUNDATION GRANT
New York, NY
Pollock-Krasner grants have enabled artists to create new work, purchase needed materials and pay for studio rent, as well as their personal and medical expenses. Past recipients of Pollock-Krasner grants acknowledge their critical impact in allowing concentrated time for studio work, and in preparing for exhibitions and other professional opportunities such as accepting a residency. To apply, visit pkf.org/apply
Joan Mitchell Foundation: Emergency Grant
The Joan Mitchell Foundation provides emergency support to U.S.-based visual artists who have suffered significant losses after natural or man-made disasters that have affected their community on a broad scale. The Foundation has historically granted funding to assist in the repair of homes and studios following flooding and material destruction, to replace art materials such as brushes, paints, inks, other materials such as hand or power tools and computers, and to assist in rent for a temporary studio space in which to work while cleaning up after a disaster. WHO: U.S. artists who have been impacted due to natural or man-made disasters FIELD: Painting, sculpture, or drawing DEADLINE: Applications are accepted throughout the year, starting January 1, 2019. Learn more.
Awesome Foundation Grant
Deadline - Rolling—monthly grants offered.
A micro-granting organization, funding “awesome” ideas, The Awesome Foundation set up local chapters around the world to provide rolling grants of $1000 to “awesome projects.” Each chapter defines what is “awesome” for their local community, but most include arts initiative and public or social practice art projects. Learn more.
Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant
DEADLINE: Rolling deadline
Created in 1993 to further FCA's mission to encourage, sponsor, and promote work of a contemporary, experimental nature, Emergency Grants provide urgent funding for visual and performing artists who: Have sudden, unanticipated opportunities to present their work to the public when there is insufficient time to seek other sources of funding, or incur unexpected or unbudgeted expenses for projects close to completion with committed exhibition or performance dates. WHO: U.S. artists FIELD: Visual and performing arts. Learn more.
MilkCrate Tech Grant
DEADLINE: Rolling deadline
With a mission to empower community leaders globally, MilkCrate offers limited grant programs for selected nonprofits and grassroots communities to give a little extra support. Learn more.
WOO Relief Funding
DEADLINE: Applications will be accepted until funds are depleted.
In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, Leeway has establshed a secondary branch of the Window of Opportunity (WOO) grant, focused on supporting grantees impacted by COVID-19.
The Window of Opportunity (WOO) Relief Fund will distribute unrestricted grants, up to $1000, to Leeway grant and award recipients experiencing financial hardship from loss of income and creative opportunities as a direct result of the COVID-10 crisis.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
Leeway Foundation grantees who are current residents of Bucks, Camden, Chester, Delaware, Montogmery, or Philadelphia County who have lost income, work, and/or creative opportunties as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, including:
- Cancelled events, performances, exhbitions, conferences, readings, speakng engaements, etc.
- Teaching artists who could not teach during this time because of cancelled class and school closures
- Artists and cultural produces who, themselves, chose to cancel events becasue they had safety/medical concerns - or are a part of an at-risk immunocompromised community.
Art Jobs & Internships
Intern Wanted to Assist Photographer
Artist Laurence Salzmann is looking for an intern to help with his photography practice. Interested? Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Village Youth: Village Industries Part Time Creative Jobs
At The Village, we believe your after-school job should help create your future. Part-time paid positions with Village Industries will help prepare teens for work or study in the Creative Economy. Teens work alongside professional artists to create projects for Philly-based clients and causes. Work in music production, photo, journalism, event planning, ceramics, & more. Learn more.
Village Youth: Impact Studios
Learn & build with top local artists in music production, podcasting, fashion design, photography, and more. When you join Impact Studios at you get to work with Philly’s top artists, designers, and activists. You’ll create professional quality projects, performances, and exhibits, and travel to local galleries, attend VIP performances, and tour private creative agencies. Learn more.
Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education Intern
The intern will split their time between the Communications and Environmental Art departments, offering a broad range of exposure and experience to a motivated and engaged student. The intern will gain a keen education in visual arts administration, the field of environmental art, and the power of art to connect people with nature and educate on environmental topics. The intern will concurrently gain experience in nonprofit marketing and communications, including mission-driven communications and graphic design. This is an excellent position to gain foundational office and research skills within a dynamic, unique, and successful not-for-profit organization. Learn more.
Fleisher Art Memorial: Community Partnerships in the Arts
The Fleisher’s Teaching Artist works closely with a classroom teacher to design a ten-week curriculum of creative projects that enhance students’ learning in core subjects, like math, science, social studies, and language arts, while developing studio and technical skills in the visual arts. Each year, 345 students are provided with 30 hours of free arts instruction in one of 15 arts-integrated residencies, and given a sketchbook and art-making supplies to keep. At the end of the school year, their work is displayed in Fleisher’s galleries as part of a Young Artists Exhibition, visited by more than 3,500 community members. Learn more.
Ongoing Studio Opportunity:
The Studios @ 2202 Alter (also known as octo studio) South Philadelphia, just below Washington Ave. Studio sizes range from 200-1200 sf and are spread over 3 floors Complete with hardwood floors, 10ft cielings, 6ft windows. Equipped with T-8 lighting, radiator heat and acess to shared washroom with utility sink and toilet. Close to public transportation (Septa Route 7 & 64 buses). On-street parking available. For more info please contact River Algiers: (215) 893-8812 or at email@example.com. Learn more.
STUDIO RENTAL IN THE JUGGERNAUT INCUBATOR
My name is Genevieve Geer and I am opening a hybrid space that is a glass studio/ retail / gallery, and most importantly, houses four small 10x10 studios, that we are renting for $285. This covers rent, electric, ac and internet. Each studio is private, and secure. We created these spaces to fill a gap in the Philadelphia studio market. Most studios that are safe and warm or cool start at $600 plus utilities. We think these high rents are a trend in Philadelphia that is completely unsupportive to artists, and is driven by developers looking solely to make a buck. Happy to have artists in the neighborhood, but do nothing to sustain them. We think these small inexpensive spaces are a necessity for a healthy creative city, and we want to set an example! We are looking for a nice combination of artists for our first rentals- hopefully for December 1st. Learn more
Utility Works Creative Community:
We are just getting started so there are several studio spaces available. Studios from $125/month and Hot Desks from $100/month. Visit utility.works/ for more information or 610.745.4013 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a tour!
Do you have an opportunity that you would like to share with our community? Send a message here.