PELHAM, N.Y. -- Street-level exhibitions are on display in Pelham as part of The Storefront Project.
The exhibitions aim to "energize both the space and the streetscape continuously refreshing the cultural environment of downtown Pelham," according to a press release. The 2D, 3D and time-based exhibitions will last for four weeks. The Storefront Project is part of the Public Art Program, which includes the In the Courtyard program and Artists in the Park.
"Free arts programming positively impacts the neighborhood, stimulates local businesses and builds community by attracting residents and new visitors to an arts destination," representatives said in the release.
Artists involved in the project are asked to respond to one or more of the following criteria when submitting a proposal:
- Community building
- Public engagement
- History of Pelham/Westchester County/New York
- Importance of creating and sustaining public spaces
The center accepts submissions on a rolling basis. Residents can send submissions and questions to email@example.com.
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