City of Wauwatosa: Hartwork Project 2019 

The City of Wauwatosa is happy to announce that the Call for Public Artists for the 2019 Hartwork Project is open. This email is being sent to local art groups, universities, schools, and artist resource organizations in order to spread the word about this opportunity for area artists.

Applications will be accepted until November 25, 2018, at which point finalists will be selected by a panel of local artists. The finalists selected by this panel will then go out to a public vote by the residents of Wauwatosa to select 3-5 works of public art to be displayed in Hart Park in Wauwatosa from May to October 2019.

Please refer to the attached Call for Public Artists for more details about the project, stipends, eligibility requirements, and the application form itself. For questions regarding the project or the application process, please contact Melissa Weiss, Director of Administrative Services at


Call to Artists

Wine & Harvest Festival - Cedarburg Cultural Center

The Cedarburg Cultural Center, a non-profit organization supporting the arts, music and local history is currently accepting applications for Artist Vendors for Cedarburg's annual Wine & Harvest Festival, September 21 & 22, 2019.  The Center will continue to accept applications for a variety of media until all booth spaces are filled.  (Note:  The Center is no longer accepting applications for jewelry due to the large number of jewelry artisans who have already been accepted.)

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Outpost, Mequon

A two month focus for an individual artist to be featured at Outpost, Mequon  art space located at:  7590 W Mequon Rd, Mequon, WI.  This juried exhibition will give selected artists the opportunity for huge exposure, sales and social media promotion.  Spots fill up fast.  Email Susan Steinhafel, for submission with jpgs and desired months to exhibit.  

CaFÉ - River Arts

River Arts, Inc. invites artists from around the nation to participate in a juried exhibit depicting their definition of wings and/or water. Examples of this may include works of birds, insects, fish, animals, rivers, or abstract interpretations of all of the above, etc.  

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