Art in Odd Places (AiOP) is ramping up for their November street art festival downtown and is now accepting submissions for a broad range of installations. Artistic disciplines accepted include: visual art, performance, time-based media, virtual/gaming work, online-IRL hybrids, and more. Projects that explore a location’s history and actively engage the public are encouraged. The theme for this year’s festival is Play.

The second annual public art and performance festival will take place from November 11-13 along Central Boulevard, from Osceola to Magnolia, and down Magnolia Avenue to Pine Street. Click HERE for a photo gallery of possible installation sites.

This year’s organizers include:

  • Ed Woodham, AiOP Founder and Director
  • Barbara Hartley, Executive Director of Downtown Arts District
  • Genevieve Bernard, Curator
  • Vincent Kral, Curator
  • Timothy D. Turner, Programming Manager
  • Jazmin Calderon, Curatorial Assistant

AiOP will provide a maximum stipend of $500 for local artists and $1,000 to out-of-state artists and selected artists and teams. Project budgets less than the maximum are greatly encouraged.

Click HERE to see a list of last year’s participants or click HERE to apply.

Email [email protected] for more information.

Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of

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