Bravo casting to wind down this weekend

NBC affiliate company Bravo is making a stab into the arts. Like their housewives and fashion niche programming, they believe they will find the next great fine artist. Called “Untitled Art Project”, the show hopes to uncover great talent in painting, sculpture, photography or the digital formats loosely titled as New Media.

Casting has been going on for the past week in LA, MIAMI and today/tomorrow in New York City. Details are at Bravo’s site.

CAVET EMPTOR to applicants – the art world will have a hard time accepting the drama that is expected out of this show without legitimate backing of more than flash in the pan celebs acting as de-facto purveyers of the arts.

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