Become a Pianos for Peace Artist
Artistic Guidelines and Template PDF
PIANOS FOR PEACE ARTIST APPLICATION
Pianos for Peace is an annual festival and one of the largest community art display initiative in Atlanta, using colorful pianos for anyone and everyone to play. After the two‐week outdoor festival, we donate the painted pianos to nursing homes, local schools, community centers, healthcare facilities, and other organizations in need. Local artists and musicians then volunteer in one of our yearlong programs serving under‐resourced communities in Atlanta.
Join our team of Ambassadors for Peace and be part of the largest community art display initiative in Atlanta. There is no entry fee and we welcome artists at all stages of their careers—including emerging artists, students and volunteers.
The deadline to submit the online application and all required supporting documents is
May 31st at 5:00 pm
Each artist may submit only one application that must include the following:
1. A completed application form
3. Design proposal and artist template
4. Statements of no more than 1000 characters each addressing the following questions:
Why are you interested in participating in the Pianos for Peace Festival? And your choice of ONE of
A. How do you see your piano artwork connecting with the community
B. How do you hope to benefit professionally and personally by partnering with us on this project
C. In general, how does your artwork align with Pianos for Peace’s mission of Building Peace through Music and Education?
All artists will be notified of their application status no later than June 5, after an independent panel of judges from Atlanta’s leading cultural institutions have reviewed each application for quality, creativity, diversity, practicality, and accessibility. A brief meeting or telephone interview with Pianos for Peace staff may be requested at the end of May.
To be considered, applications must be:
1. Received by the deadline listed above
2. Submitted via the online submission form
3. Complete with all the required supporting documents.
Once submitted, applications may not be modified.