Black Cube Throws Video Art Contest

As many are impacted by coronavirus and its devastating effects, Black Cube nomadic art museum is working to support Colorado-based artists. The nonprofit experimental museum has announced an open call for submissions for video art now through April 10, at which time ten artists will be selected to receive a $200 cash award; their projects will be screened on Black Cube’s Vimeo channel.
The funding is being provided by an emergency grant from the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation and a matching donation from local couple and Black Cube supporters Leslie and J. Kent Miller.
“Bonfils-Stanton put together an emergency grant to fund everyone they currently fund,” says Cortney Stell, executive director and founder of Black Cube. “They decided to give unrestricted funding to 43 arts and culture organizations who received funding in the past eighteen months.”
Stell says the pool of available funds for Black Cube is $2,000.
by Lauren Archuletta
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