WE Are excited to announce
the opening of submissions for the Spring 2018 Billboard Exhibition.
- This is an international call for submissions including artists from all disciplines - if you can put it in a digital file we can put it on a billboard. Examples
- Submission open through March 15, 2018.
- Imagine your work viewed on a massive scale, by tens of thousands of Angelenos on their daily commutes. Click here for all the details.
Curator Andrea Blanch
We are pleased to welcome Andrea Blanch as curator the 2018 show. Andrea is the editor of Musee Magazine, a leading online art magazine that provides resources and information to artists, gallerist, curators, and collectors. Andrea has been a long time supporter of the emerging and mid-career artist. Click here for more info.
PUBLIC ART, DISPLAYED IN A QUINTESSENTIAL LOS ANGELES MEDIUM.
The Billboard Creative (TBC) is a non-profit (501c3) organization that turns billboards into public art sites. Our goal in this work is two-fold: To helping emerging and underrepresented artists break through traditional career bottlenecks by providing exposure to a mass audience and raising their profile amongst the public and members of the arts community and to bringing art to the city streets making art as accessible as the numerous billboards that we view everyday.
PAST Guest Artists:
The Billboard Art Project: Once a year TBC produces an open submission billboard show. The Billboard Art Project. Its open internationally to emerging and mid-career artists working in all disciplines. The show has been covered in the Huffington Post, NPR, LATIMES just to name a few. For more information or to learn how you can submit click here. Currently open for submissions.
LA Art Mapping Project: TBC is planning to release the Beta version of LAAMP by the end of February 2018. We started with the findings from The Civic Art Baseline Inventory and are currently geotagging under the radar galleries, street and graffiti art in LA. More Info
Micro-Initiative Exhibitions: TBC is launch a series of micro-initiative exhibitions - with the first featuring works from three, LA-based female artists on billboards in DTLA and Hollywood. More Info