Calabar Gallery Art Residency is a Social Justice Residency for emerging and mid-career Black Artists globally who are working using unconventional ideas, materials, subject matter and doing some research based work. The residency is a competitive program designed by curator Atim Annette Oton to provide artists time and space to produce new work at coLAB Arts in New Brunswick on a particular topic and pedagogy on Black lives globally and socially engaging New Brunswick residents and community.
Apply: Send a PDF portfolio of work & a statement on social justice as it relates to your work or send us a google drive link with 10 images of work with details: title, year, medium, size and a short bio with a list of exhibitions, website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to email@example.com.
Calabar Gallery represents underserved artists locally and globally: African, African American and Caribbean artists, with the mission of providing a place for community, exhibition, creative initiatives and projects. It provides a venue for them to innovate, sustain, grow and expand ideas, concepts, projects and leverage opportunities by the use of our space, networks and relationships, and a distinctive location in Harlem, New York.
2504 Frederick Douglass Boulevard,
New York, NY 10030