Georgia Avenue Window Walk

June 4, 2012

The"Georgia Avenue Window Walk"is providing an opportunity for artists to create installations on vacant properties along Georgia Avenue.  This call is open to artists who live or work in DC and organizations located in DC.  Applicants must be at least 18 years old (if working with a youth group, lead applicant must be at least 18 years old).   Submissions for site-specific installations in all media are welcome including (but not limited to) painting, sculpture, installation, street art, photography, educational installations, wheat-pasting, mural, digital art, and video art.


Information Session on June 12th, 6:30 p.m.

                             Pleasant Plains Workshop | 2608 Georgia Avenue NW Washington DC

Deadline for Submissions:  June 25, 2012

Notification:  July 16, 2012


The Georgia Avenue Window Walk is a temporary public art project that engages residents, businesses and visitors to the community by placing art installations in vacant storefront spaces along the lower Georgia Avenue Corridor. The works on view will comprise of visual art and educational installations by local artists, organizations and youth groups. The projects on display will reference community, culture, or history of Georgia Avenue in some way.  For the full application and more information: Proposals will be reviewed by a committee consisting of members of the community, business owners, the building owners, and project leaders. Proposals not selected for this window may be kept on file for review as other window opportunities arise. The selected project will be awarded a stipend of $200.