Call for Art is now open for the “Let There Be Light” program which will feature two exhibits of projected art onto the working grain terminal on Pier 86 down on the waterfront of Seattle.
The art will be projected onto the headhouse which is the south facing wall of the working grain terminal on Pier 86 in two installations set for October and December.
These installations will be projected onto the south side of the grain terminal headhouse which is 222’ x 77’.
October will feature a three day projected installation Oct 12th – 14th coordinating with the fall Borealis Festival at MOHAI. The December event will feature a seven day projected installation ending on Solstice – Dec 14th-21st.
“Let There Be Light” is offering a stipend of at least $4,500. for the October three day exhibit + workshop, Oct. 12th – 14th.
“Let There Be Light” is offering a stipend of at least $10,500. for the December 14-21 Winter Solstice exhibit + workshop.
Call is open to artists or artist groups in the PNW region with experience in projected art. Theme of the exhibits are “Past, Present and Future” as well as celebrating all peoples of the region.
Call is open until August 11th and free to apply.
See more information, qualifications, and apply at
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