Nonprofit organizations should apply by March 27th for a grant in 2021
The Norfolk Commission on the Arts and Humanities is proud to support the nonprofit organizations that make the arts and culture come alive in Norfolk, VA. Fiscal year 2021 grant applications are now available at norfolkarts.submittable.com. Apply by March 27. Free grant writing workshops are available. First time applicants are encouraged to attend and to schedule a meeting with Debra Burrell, Arts Manager. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apply Now to Exhibit at the Offsite Gallery in 2021 or 2022
Deadline: June 15, 2020
Currently on view through April 24, “Soft Resistance” by Jennifer Detlefsen
The color of blushing lovers, budding cherries, the perfect cupid’s bow of a baby’s mouth, new life and sunsets and sex, pink is present in the moments of sweetness and silliness that make life worth living. “Soft Resistance” invites you to examine your preconceived notions of the world’s most polarizing color, and find strength in vulnerability. Throughout the exhibition, visitors are encouraged to use the space to connect, reflect and recharge in the immersive sensory lounge.
Exhibition on view through June 5, 2020
Work in progress for Ocean View Elementary School
Marc Archambault is hard at work on the fourth natural stone mosaic he’s creating for 5 new Norfolk Public Schools. “The Care Givers” will be installed in the interior of the school in 2020.
Take a look
Apply now to create public art in Norfolk, VA:
NEON DISTRICT DESIGN TEAM ARTIST – Deadline: April 2