Call to Artists for ArtPath 2024

The Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center is excited to announce the Call to Artists for ArtPath 2024.

The center is now accepting proposals for this year’s ArtPath: Public Art on the Lansing River Trail.

Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center is partnering with the City of Lansing for the 7th annual ArtPath River Trail Exhibition. More than two and a half miles of the Lansing River Trail will highlight talented Michigan artists at multiple scenic and historic locations through the heart of downtown Lansing.

On average, over 82,000 visitors enjoyed the River Trail during the duration of ArtPath! Artwork of all media is eligible, including natural materials, murals, paintings, sculptures, and fiber installations. Artists are responsible for all aspects of the installation and removal of their work including the tools and materials needed.

Individuals or teams are encouraged to create interactive and engaging installations with park visitors. Artists may also submit artwork for multiple sites along the path.

Artists will receive $1,000 for each accepted submission, an artist box filled with ArtPath swag, and publication on our website. This project receives robust recognition from the media.

This application is available – apply today!

The application deadline is February 15, 2024, at 11:59 pm!

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Founded in 1965, Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center provides public awareness, education, and enjoyment of the visual arts by promoting the works of Michigan artists. The gallery and education center offers opportunities to experience the visual arts through educational programming and galleries featuring Michigan artists. The Gallery offers free admission and accessible entry to the downtown Lansing location at 300 South Washington Square, Suite 100. Serving as one of Michigan’s key cultural resources, the gallery and education center provides a forum for self-expression, dialogue, and community engagement.

Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center’s programs are funded in part by the Mariel Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, Michigan State University Federal Credit Union, City of Lansing, Lansing Economic Development Corporation, Arts Council of Greater Lansing, Capital Region Community Foundation, and the membership of Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center. Employment programs, activities, and services of Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center are provided equally and without regard to race, ethnicity, gender, age, and disabilities.