Opportunities with Metro Art include artwork integration within the built environment, short term exhibitions and more. For updates and notifications on future opportunities with Metro Art, sign up for our Art Opportunities email list.
2022 Artist Pool for Digital Media Opportunities
Submit online by
Aug 31, Sept 14, 2022 via SlideRoom
Metro Art invites artists and artist teams working in digital media to submit qualifications, including samples of completed original moving image art, for the 2022 Artist Pool for Digital Media Opportunities. Artists that meet the eligibility listed below and successfully submit to the Pool will be considered for future temporary exhibition opportunities on digital screens at several locations throughout the Metro system. >>Learn more.
Artwork Design Services for Temporary Construction Site Visual Mitigation Banners, Westside Purple (D Line) Extension Project, Section 3 Westwood/VA Hospital Station
Submit online by July 20, 2022 at
5:00 pm (PDT) 11:59 pm (PDT) via SlideRoom
Metro Art invited visual artists and artist teams to submit their qualifications for an opportunity to design four (4) original, site-responsive artworks for large-scale temporary banners to be affixed to sound barrier walls surrounding the Westwood/VA Hospital Station construction site, as part of a visual mitigation measure for the Westside Purple (D Line) Extension Project. >>Learn more.
2022 Arts & Cultural Organization Pool
Metro Art invited arts and cultural organizations to submit qualifications for the 2022 Arts & Cultural Organization Pool. With the Arts & Cultural Organization Pool, Metro Art seeks to build on its long history of collaborating with community-based organizations in support of innovative, community-responsive, arts and cultural programs in transit. >>Learn more.
Ongoing Information and Resources
2020 Metro Artist Pool FAQ
The Artist Pool is one of the primary methods for inviting artists to apply for future Metro art opportunities. Inclusion in the Artist Pool does not guarantee a commission.
Q: I submitted my materials online through SlideRoom when the Artist Pool call was open. When will I hear back from you about whether or not I was selected for the 2020 Artist Pool?
A: If you received a confirmation email from SlideRoom after submitting your materials then you are in the pool. All artists who successfully submitted their materials online through SlideRoom in response to the call for the 2020 Artist Pool are included and will be considered for opportunities.
Q: That’s great! How will I know if I’m being considered for these opportunities and when will I hear from you?
A: We will be referring to the 2020 Artist Pool for a wide range of opportunities over the next few years, so it may be a while before you hear from us. We will contact you directly in the future if you are short-listed to develop a proposal for a specific opportunity. At that time, short-listed artists will be provided relevant project information and a stipend to develop and present proposals for evaluation by a community-based peer review panel.
Arts and Culture Resources for COVID-19
Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture created the Arts and Culture Digital Resource Center, an ongoing list of resources that may be of assistance to visual and performing artists and organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic.