Opportunities


Antenna Collective Call for Exhibitions – 2025 Cycle

We are accepting applications from October 2nd to December 4th, 2023

National Call for Exhibitions

An exhibition opportunity for individual visual artists or collaborators working in any visual art medium.

First Floor Gallery Call for Exhibitions

Formerly known as the Reading Room Open Call, the First Floor Gallery Call is seeking proposals that take an expansive, decolonial, and experimental approach to exhibit-making through artist books, zines, literary culture, or collaborations between artists and writers.

Louisiana Call for Exhibitions

An exhibition opportunity for artists living and working in Louisiana. One Solo and one Group exhibition will be selected. Exhibitions will be selected by curator, Niama Safia Sandy. 

Recipients from each category will be selected for the 2025 calendar year.

Visit antenna.submittable.com/submit to learn more.


Antenna Press Publishing Award

2023 application period: October 2 to December 4

Antenna Press accepts proposals for thoroughly developed book projects through the Antenna Press Publishing Award. We are specifically interested in publishing ideas at the intersection of gender and identity, the environment, equity, renewable resources, abolition, restorative justice, and the histories of the Gulf South. Projects can be unique and creative interpretations of all types of publications including but not limited to artist books, chapbooks, graphic novels, photo books, comics, graphic novels, guidebooks, and how-to guides.

We award five book project proposals a year.

Find out more here.

Info sessions:

We hosted two info sessions, one at Paper Machine on 10/19 and one on zoom on 11/9. If you missed the info sessions but still have questions or concerns, please email publications@antenna.works to set up a conversation!


Grants

The Platforms Fund is a collaborative effort of Antenna, Ashé Cultural Art Center, Junebug Productions and the Andy Warhol Foundation. The Andy Warhol Foundation Regional Regranting Program was established in 2007 to recognize and support the movement of independently organized, public-facing, artist-centered activity that animates local and regional art scenes but that lies beyond the reach of traditional funding sources. The program is administered by non-profit visual art centers across the United States that work in partnership with the Foundation to fund artists’ experimental projects and collaborative undertakings.
Learn more about Platforms fund here, and see past grant recipients here.