The City of Fayetteville’s Arts and Culture Division has announced that it is seeking artists and performers for a variety of art installations in the Lower Ramble for the remaining months of October, November and December 2022.
The application for this opportunity is based on a rolling deadline, with two more dates open for review. Applications were reviewed after 12:00 p.m. CST on Oct. 2, and will be reviewed after 12:00 p.m. on Oct. 15 and Nov. 1.
According to the city, artists of all kinds are invited to implement an activation, class, performance or installation in the Lower Ramble with each activation occurring over a four-hour period. Passive activations or installations can not be up for more than 45 days.
“The goal is to add artistic activations throughout the Lower Ramble that engage a diverse public audience with locations in the Lower Ramble park,” as stated on the City of Fayetteville website.
While there is no specific theme that must be followed, content must be appropriate for the weather of the fall season and for all members of the public. Submissions from all disciplines will be accepted, but the City of Fayetteville is interested in funding projects in the following categories: performance and music (music, theater, dance, storytelling, soundscapes, pop-up performances, etc), education (interactive or participatory projects), visual art (painting, sculpting, collage, digital, fabric arts, kinetic, etc.) and wellness and fitness (yoga, meditation, tai chi, etc.).
For more information about this opportunity, contact Joanna Sheehan Bell, the arts and culture director for the City of Fayetteville, via email at email@example.com. To apply, click here.
Photo courtesy of City of Fayetteville.