The CALL FOR ARTISTS for 2019 is OPEN!
National Black Doll Museum seeks artists to exhibit or perform in select venues along the South Common 6 Park Row on Saturday October 5th, 2019 10-5PM / Rain Date: October 6 ,2019.
We define artist in the broadest possible sense of the word and encourage emerging artists and innovative ideas for community engagement. National Black Doll Museum/ Abolition Day Committee will match artists with participating locations along pre-defined route for an art crawl or artists may propose site-specific work. Possible locations include (but are not limited to) businesses, storefronts, vacant spaces, building exteriors, organizations, and outdoor locations.
NBDM will present performing artists in a variety of spaces and community stages. You will be asked to define your medium, technical needs and length of set. Please note all material must be family friendly.
There is no entry fee and no stipend for performing artists responding to the Call for Artists. (Performers may pass the hat or put out tip jar.)
Vendors & Community Organizations
A day to celebrate our diversity applications for Artists, Vendors and community organizations who wish to participate sell their work and supporting materials are welcome to download an application www.nbdmhc.org website
Application deadline for artists to be listed in Abolition Day Map Guidebook is Sept.1st.
America’s Abolition Day marked the end of legalized slavery in the states. The United Nations declares Abolition Day to acknowledge the history of slavery and the present modern day human trafficking problem.
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About The Museum
The National Black Doll Museum, presented by the Doll E Daze Project Inc., is a 501(C) 3 non-profit organization in Mansfield, Mass. It is the first black doll museum in New England, the second in the country and the only doll museum in the world whose collection chronicles the history of African Americans through the eyes of a doll collector.
About the Mass Cultural Council
The Mass Cultural Council’s Local Cultural Council (LCC) Program is the largest grassroots cultural funding network in the nation supporting thousands of community-based projects in the arts, humanities, and sciences annually. Each year, LCCs award more than $3 million in grants to more than 6,000 cultural programs statewide.