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Melissa Dunn’s “Love Song” at L Ross.

Melissa Dunn’s “Love Song” at L Ross.

There are numerous examples of political artists — from Théodore Géricault, Pablo Picasso, and Glenn Ligon to Barbara Kruger, Wangechi Mutu, and the Guerilla

Vitus Shell and the Moonpie Project

Vitus Shell and the Moonpie Project

Crosstown Arts’ The Moonpie Project.
"Protect Her" by Monroe, Louisiana, artist Vitus Shell is the latest to be featured in the Crosstown Arts' ongoing mural series, The Moonpie Project,

Nnenna Okore’s “Sheer Audacity” at the Brooks.

Nnenna Okore’s “Sheer Audacity” at the Brooks.

Wheeler Williams' 1961 female forms "Spring, Summer, Fall," flanking the main entrance of the Brooks Museum, cycles from birth to death. In a softer

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Desmond Lewis' "Heavy-Laden"


Jeff Koons Piece on View at the Dixon


Locate Arts Talk at the Dixon


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Resources for Artists

Dwayne Butcher: http://www.wooloo.org/

Wooloo is also a great resource for open calls. Check them out. »

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