We are now accepting applications for ProjectSpace Residency at Basin Arts for projects occurring in 2023!
ProjectSpace Residency is a three-month residency allowing artists to dive deeper into the creation process while allowing the process to become visible to the community as the work unfolds into a full exhibition. Artistic collaboration and experimentation are highly valued and prioritized. We seek to support projects that are multi-disciplinary (visual art, dance, performance art, film, spoken word, and more) and we strongly encourage applications that include more than one participating artist.
Applications are due by 11:59pm CST October 16, 2022
Window Wonderland is B A C K | Basin Arts is thrilled to once again partner with Downtown Lafayette to bring you Window Wonderland!
Windows belonging to businesses in Downtown Lafayette will be turned over to local visual artists who will create stunning visual displays. This year’s theme is Holiday in Harmony, windows inspired by the sounds of the seasons! Each display will be part of a competition for the Best Window Wonderland. Voting will take place online through the middle of December and the winning artist will receive a $500 cash prize. ARTISTS will receive a project stipend of $250 to cover supplies and labor. BUSINESSES will register and pay a $275 fee to cover their artist stipend and administrative fees. (An invoice will be emailed to the business contact provided upon receipt of registration.). All artists & businesses wishing to participate in this program, be recognized in the media campaign, & be eligible for the prize MUST register through Basin Arts!
September 8th | October 6th | November 10th | December 8th
Crit Night invites a selection of artists from all mediums and disciplines to share what they are currently working on to receive thoughts and feedback from peers. This monthly gathering builds a stronger, more diverse and visible artist community and also exposes the variety and depth of talent among us. Come prepared to listen, share and learn from one another. Each month features three artists and one guest critic from the broader arts community.