Hamiltonian Artists is launching a new initiative of public programming, Platform, that positions the organization as a hub for conversation among practitioners. For the first season, now through the Presidential election on November 3, we invite artists, independent curators and organizers, organizations, and others to submit a proposal for a public program that specifically addresses racial justice, social justice movements and practices, collective action, and other conversations that intersect with the arts. This is not a call for artist talks or studio visits.
Emphasis will be placed on amplifying Black and underrepresented voices including communities of color, Indigenous people, LGBTQ+, and people with disabilities.
We believe in paying artists and cultural workers. Hamiltonian Artists will follow that W.A.G.E. (Working Artists for a Greater Economy) Fee Calculator for all engagements.
Please note that we are continuing to monitor and respond to the developments concerning the COVID-19 pandemic and will be adhering to best practices to protect the health and safety of the community. As such, all programs will remain online until we are able to safely hold them in person.
Programs will be selected on an ongoing basis throughout the Fall. The next season and theme will be announced this Winter.