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december, 2023

26decAll Day05febCall for Artists | Environmental Justice Mural Project @ East Lubbock Art House

Event Details

East Lubbock Art House
405 MLK Jr. BLVD

CALL FOR ARTISTS

Deadline for submissions: February 5th at 11:59 p.m. CST
Unveiling Date: Earth Day; Monday, April 22nd, 2024

East Lubbock Art House (ELAH) is thrilled to announce the Environmental Justice Mural Project set to transform the landscape of East Lubbock while addressing critical issues of environmental injustice in our community.

Environmental Justice Mural Project

ELAH proudly launches the Environmental Justice Mural Project, a groundbreaking initiative aimed at inspiring change, raising awareness, and advocating for environmental justice. This transformative project melds art and advocacy to address pressing issues faced by East Lubbock, creating not just aesthetically pleasing murals but profound conversation starters. The mural designs thoughtfully encapsulate environmental challenges, encouraging dialogue and reflection among residents and visitors.

Submission Details:

  • Deadline for Applications: February 5th at 11:59 p.m. CST
  • Unveiling of Mural: Earth Day; Mon, April 22, 2024
  • Artists will be notified of ACCEPTANCE or REJECTION by February 5th, 2024

For more information about the project:
https://forms.gle/jN3Zf5W8dRusg8gW8

 

Seeking Artists for Environmental Justice Mural Project

In alignment with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s definition of “Environmental Justice”, ELAH seeks three talented artists for its Environmental Justice Mural Project. This initiative aims to reinforce the significance of environmental justice, promote sustainable practices, and celebrate nature within East Lubbock. The murals serve as a powerful conversation starter, emphasizing that environmental health requires active participation, thoughtfulness, and teamwork.

Details:

  • Stipend: $600 per selected artist
  • Supplies: Covered by ELAH
  • Completion Period: March 21 – April 21, 2024

 

ELAH, a grassroots 501(c)(3) nonprofit, stands as a cultural organizing catalyst, utilizing creative action to address community issues. Since its founding in February 2020, ELAH has been dedicated to making art accessible, supporting marginalized artists, and working toward the betterment of East Lubbock.

Time

December 26 (Tuesday) - February 5 (Monday)