Call For Artists from Marshall Public Library


Explanation of Chimney Swift Tower Project:
The Marshall Native Gardens (MNGI) will be adding a permanent Chimney Swift Tower for migrating birds as a focal point along the path between the Bird Garden and the Native Shrub Garden at the top of the hill outside the Marshall Meeting Room. It will be visible as guests approach the library from the driveway and through the windows of the meeting room and main library. This four-sided structure will include educational panels on chimney swifts and migrating birds in the lower quarter of each side and information about the art represented in each of the four artistic panels. The area around the tower will be landscaped and include bench seating and walking paths.

More information and an application HERE.

Barn Month Show Opening

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2023 Artist Support Grant Now Available


Guidelines and Information

The Artist Support Grant is a regional grant program to support individual artists in all phases of their career. The grant funds professional and artistic development for emerging and established artists to enhance their skills and abilities to create work or to improve their business operations and capacity to bring their work to new audiences.


Artists representing visual, craft, performing, traditional, and interdisciplinary art forms are encouraged to apply. Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to spending a significant portion of their time on their work as artists. The Artist Support Grant will support projects from January 1, 2024-December 31, 2024. Awards may range from $500-$1000. Applicants may receive full or partial funding.

There are also Zoom workshops to help artists with their applications.

You can download the full guidelines HERE

Annual Fundraising in effect!

See our annual letter HERE

SMART Project Artwork Up In Marshall!


More information HERE