Call for Art: Transcending The Spectrum 2021: Virtual Exhibition & Silent Auction

View Post Calling all LGBTQIA+ ArtistsAfter much discussion and consideration we have decided to shift the format of “Transcending the Spectrum” from an in-person exhibition, to a silent auction & virtual exhibition experience. We are now accepting art submissions for this year’s “Transcending the Spectrum” exhibition. If you are interested in participating, please submit your […]

Purchase a bowl and support the St. Louis Foodbank Covid-19 Relief Fund

APX is selling handmade, one of a kind, ceramic bowls! All the proceeds will go to the St. Louis Foodbank Covid-19 Relief Fund:“The Coronavirus is disproportionately impacting lower-income communities. School closures, changes in work schedules and social isolation are layering extra burdens on our neighbors in need throughout the bi-state region. As always, the St. […]

Third Degree Glass seeking Gallery/Retail Assistant

Part Time: Saturdays  9:00-5:00 & Sundays (after training is complete) 9:00-5:00  Job Description: Third Degree Glass is seeking a part-time, entry level gallery assistant. An ideal candidate would enjoy working with art and with people. Outstanding organization, customer service and problem solving skills are a must. Cash handling experience preferred. Familiarity with Square POS is […]

Thurtene Carnival seeks art for online art exhibit and auction to benefit Tent Mission STL

Thurtene Carnival, known for being the longest-running student carnival in the United States, has been canceled for a second year due to COVID-19. Instead, Thurtene, the junior honorary at Washington University in St. Louis, will host a virtual art showcase and benefit with the theme “Dream On.” Proceeds will benefit Tent Mission STL, a nonprofit that […]

Looking for a curator for a residential art gallery

An individual is looking for a curator and expertise in designing an art gallery in their urban highrise apartment. This role would purchase art (primarily photographs) and direct the framing and installation to enhance the design and space of their gallery. Also, this role would take charge of reframing existing artwork. This project is open […]

Seeking Educational Interns for Foundry Art Centre Summer Art Camp

The Foundry Art Centre is hiring two Education Interns to assist the Education Coordinator, Assistant Camp Director, and Teachers with planning, organizing, and implementing Art Camp as well as two summer art events as a Foundry ambassador. IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Education Coordinator & Asst. Camp Director DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Complete required internship hours between, May […]

Parabola: Call for Entries

The Des Lee Gallery is announcing the exhibition Parabola: Salon. A Salon style show to represent crowds in a time of distance. Parabola stands as our gradaute student platofrm to extend our professional interests and connect with each other’s field of understanding, production, and knowledge.   Parabola: Salon is a show of our work: our […]

Residency Program Call for Applications

The Art Explora  Foundation together with Cité internationale des arts collaborate to co-construct a unique program for French and international artists and researchers. The first residency session will begin in March 2021. The partnership is located on the site of Montmartre, a stone’s throw from the Sacré-Cœur, in Paris. Since 1971, la Cité internationale des arts is developing residency programs with […]

EcoDistricts Institute: Centering Culture and Healing in Community Development

At 1p on Wednesday, November 18, Meghan and Nella will share their lens on cultural resilience and talk about how advancing community cultural equity, stewarding organizational development with a cultural lens, and facilitating space and tools for collective healing can be part of how we define and invest in community resilience. Learn more and register […]

Anti-Racist Design Praxis

Florida A&M and Howard University lecture series this Wed, Nov 4 @ 3:00PM CST. A discussion of “Anti-Racist Design Praxis” will be led by Dark Matter University’s Justin Garrett Moore, Jelisa Blumberg, Curry Hackett, and Lexi Tsien. Please register in advance here.

#ClosetheWorkhouse video contest

Action St. Louis, a grassroots organization, is holding a #ClosetheWorkhouse video contest for a $1,000 top prize. The second-place prize is $500. Post a one-minute video of a poem, song, skit, etc., related to closing the Workhouse for the contest. The contest ends at midnight on May 1. Post the video to social media and […]

Office of Sustainability Seeks Summer Interns

The Office of Sustainability is seeking applications from individuals interested in joining our team for the summer, beginning in June 2020. Student Associates will work collaboratively in groups on projects with oversight from the Office of Sustainability staff, and will engage in a broad range of projects including renewable energy, alternative transportation, waste diversion, sustainable […]

Call for Artists: Maplewood Transit Stop Transformation

KaBOOM!, Citizens for Modern Transit, and the AARP seek proposals for a public art installation for the Maplewood Transit Stop Transformation Project. For questions or clarifications, please contact by Monday January 27, 2020. Find out more here.

Transitional Clothing Startup Seeks Apparel Designer

WashU MBA students Hunter McClain and Hallie Greenberg are launching a transitional clothing startup. They are seeking an apparel designer to help with mock-up designs. Fee for services is negotiable. Please contact Hunter McClain at and

School of Nursing seeks support in building interactive dioramas 

The Goldfarb School of Nursing seeks to support building dioramas of household rooms (living room, bedroom, kitchen, basement, pool, etc) that are approximately 12×18” and demonstrate common household safety hazards. These dioramas would be used for health education in the community to help combat child morbidity and mortality. The model-maker would work with nursing students […]

Monthly Chalkboard Art & Design

Cole and Associates at Union Station has a chalkboard wall where monthly artistic chalk art includes firm announcements. It pays $150/month for any interested art student or student with talent. Please contact Carolyn Gaidis at or

Normandy High School teacher Seeks Classroom Redesign

An instructor at Normandy High School seeks support in a classroom redesign to create a more creative space for students in an entrepreneurship class to collaborate, explore, and create new ideas. Contact Obinno Coley at for more information.

Jamestown Elementary seeks School Beautification

Jamestown Elementary at 1370 Old Jamestown Road, Blackjack, MO seeks support to beautify their school. They would like positive affirmations or statements on the walls to encourage students. They will provide paint, brushes, and a projector if needed, and are hoping to have volunteers complete this project after school hours (4-7p) or on Saturdays. Contact […]

Seeking Replacement Ceramic Mudcap Tile for Historic Renovation

Local homeowner seeks a skilled ceramicist to assist in recreating a missing mudcap from a historic home renovation project. Willing to pay, and seeking support in the next few months. Contact Brant Sextro at

Volunteer ‘Paint-and-Pour’ Instructor

A team of graduate students from the School of Medicine Program in Occupational Therapy is seeking a volunteer to help them host a ‘Paint-and-Pour’ fundraiser for a service learning trip to Guatemala. They are looking for a volunteer to help teach the class Saturday, February 8 or Sunday February 9, 2020. They also seek excess […]

Seeking Paid Photographer

Parent and alum looking for a student photographer for hire to take photos for about an hour at the Varsity WU Football Varsity game on September 21, and about 3 hours at the Junior Varsity game on September 22. If the student can print and produce select images, this can be compensated as well. Contact […]

Festival Volunteer Opportunity

CommUNITY Arts is an organization working to mobilize the arts community to aid the city’s anti-violence efforts. Volunteers are needed to help assist in the CommUNITY Arts Festival, a family-friendly gathering on Saturday September 7 at Intersect Arts Center. Find more information here:

Builders and Makers to work with Middle School Girls

LitShop is a new nonprofit that provides after school and summer programming for girls ages 10-14 and pairs engaging literacy opportunities with hands-on building and making in a female-centric environment. We help girls write the stories they want to tell and build the world they want to see. We are seeking find female-identifying builders/makers/architects/designers who […]

Design Support for Facade and Modernization for Local Business

Classic Coin Laundry in University City seeks designers to support in modernizing the building exterior through a grant with University City, including potentially color selections for various elements, finishing materials, and a mural design. The design planning phase is July through September, and there is funding available to support a designer in this effort. Contact […]

Volunteer Illustrators needed for Community Impact Project

2 occupational therapy students are creating children’s books on kindergarten readiness skills. They are coming up with the story, but are seeking an illustrator for the books. The books will be distributed by the 5byAge5 coalition of the Community Impact Network in the Normandy footprint. The books are for young children and their families to […]

Call for Submissions: Art Drive for United People Market & Urban Farm

Come to the Table: Serving Up Hope  An “Art Drive” to Raise Funds for United People Community Organization, Market & Urban Farm, an outreach project of Greater St. Mark’s Family Church  March 30 – April 27, 2019 (Excepting April 18-21) United People Market & Urban Farm makes healthy food available at affordable prices in the […]

Muralists Needed for Public Schools

Walbridge STEAM Academy is St. Louis Public Schools’ premier elementary school specializing in science, technology, engineering, art and math. We are seeking college students majoring in visual art to help create mini murals for our school. Previous experience working with school-aged children is preferred, but not required. Art supplies will be provided by the school. […]

Volunteers Needed: Face Painting or Caricature

Volunteers are needed for a Wellness Fair in Cahokia, IL on Saturday July 27, 2019 from 10am-2pm to do Face Painting for Caricature. Organizers will provide supplies and lunch. For more information, contact

Call for Art: Children’s Heart Foundation Trivia Night

The Children’s Heart Foundation seeks contributions of work for their silent auction for the annual Trivia Night for Hearts fundraiser, to be held on March 16, 2019. Contact Marisa Gelfand at for more information. Find out more about sponsorship for this fundraiser here. One out of every one hundred kids is born with a […]

Call for Submissions: Annual Art Auction

Please consider being a part of GlobeMed’s annual art auction, Aesthetic! We are looking for artists from WashU to contribute art! Contact Dan Du at for more information. We will accept all mediums of art, including photography and digital art. We are looking for pieces with a minimum bid of below $75. If your donated art sells, […]

Photography Volunteer Opportunity

SteelSparrowBorn is working to empower, inspire, and build self-confidence in women through imagery, encouraging messages, and positive role models. Contact Ana Mihaila ( for more information.

Seeking emerging artists to showcase work

Artisans in the Loop seeks emerging artists to showcase their work in the new gallery, located on the Delmar Loop. Contact:

Teaching artist for adults living with disabilities

St. Louis Life seeks an artist to lead sessions for 4-6 participants with an interest in arts and crafts over the course of 2-4 months at facility in the O’Fallon, MO area. Contact: Inga Mockapetris (