Calls for Entry

H-Space Website Launch and Call for Entry

Courtesy of Hamiltonian Artists.

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Deadline: Saturday, March 10, 2018 11:59PM EST
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Apply here.

Hamiltonian Artists announces their new initiative, H-Space. H-Space is a multidisciplinary start-up space that provides a flexible platform to experiment and engage the community with new ideas that might be outside the scope of existing exhibition or performing spaces in Washington, DC.

With an emphasis on innovation and community outreach, H-Space aims to foster opportunities for new businesses, creative entrepreneurs, arts organizations, and rising DC movers-and-shakers to design, implement and manage a temporary brick and mortar presence as they continue to develop and fine-tune their business models and ideas.

The online application for the H-Space inaugural project year closes on March 10. In addition to seeking projects that value and engage the community, H-Space staff works with project organizers and businesses to build on existing relationships and foster new relationships between you, the neighborhood, city and your H-Space yearly cohort through community outreach, marketing and additional programming.

How to Apply:
All applicants must submit the following materials.

  • Letter of Interest
  • Resume or C.V. of key personnel
  • Business Plan/ Project Proposal Form
  • Visual examples. Applicants should upload 10-20 images of sample products in jpeg format no larger than 3MB. Some of these images should be representative of the work that you propose for the space (including drawings and diagrams) but these can be supplemented with images of previous work. If you are a business teaming up with an artist or organization this should include samples of their work.
  • Links to social media accounts and the website associated with your project or business if applicable and well as preferred residency dates.
  • Although not required, you may submit up to 3 other supporting materials such as press coverage, reviews, and other public write-ups about you or your work (in PDF)

For more information, click here.