Send us your ideas! Interested in curating a show? Want to give a workshop? Want to Volunteer? email@example.com.
Calls for Art Virtual Exhibits or Options and NY State Calls – organized by deadline date
Womens Work Art – is very pleased to be partnering with The Crafted Kup to be curating their exhibition space within the shop, located in the heart of Arlington’s Business District, for the duration of 2022.
This Call is open to all Artists, and we will be accepting submissions on an ongoing basis.
For more information: www.womenswork.art
ArtPort Kingston, – ArtStream Open Call for Artworks
Artists working in all mediums are welcome to apply. Submit up to 10 images and/or video (title, date, dimensions, medium,description), Artist’s Statement and CV, proposed artwork/project-description. We highly recommend artists visit the site if they wish to submit installations, site-specific work or a proposal. Please visit https://www.artportkingston.com/artstream to download application and submit your proposal by email to Info@artportkingston.com
Deadline: Rolling for proposals
Gristle Art Gallery – Brooklyn – Open Submissions
Submissions are accepted via email only, Gallery@gristletattoo.com
In Email include artist introduction (who you are and about your art); where you are located; social medial/website links; attach 3-8 images of strongest works. Due to the large number of emails we receive daily we cannot always reply to everything. Be assured your submissions are reviewed and saved. If we feel your artwork will be suited for an upcoming exhibition we will contact you.
Arts Mid-Hudson seeks poetry and visual art submissions for inclusion in the upcoming exhibition, Poets Respond to Art, which will be on view in Arts Mid-Hudson’s virtual gallery opening on March 24, 2022. Selected visual art submissions will be compiled, and made available to the selected poets; poets will then choose one of the art pieces to respond to through their work. The poems and artwork will be displayed together in the final exhibit.
Eligibility: Artists and Poets must primarily reside in Dutchess, Orange, Ulster, Columbia, Greene, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, or Westchester Counties in New York State.
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: January 26th, 2022
SlowArt Productions – Hudson – presents the tenth Neoteric Abstract exhibition. This exhibition is exclusively for the abstract artist and will represent a full range of abstraction, from the geometric to the lyrical, from the precise to the raw. Entry is open to all artists working in any media. The exhibition will be held at Limner Gallery, April 7 – 30th, 2022. There will be a $500 cash award presented to one artist.
Exhibition: April 7th – 30th, 2022
Entry Form Link at: http://www.slowart.com/prospectus/abstract.htm
Deadline: January 31, 2022
All the World in New York City –Brooklyn – Photography Competition
Forty $500 Prizes
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory has opened a new science center, DNA Learning center NYC, on the campus of the NYC College of Technology in Downtown Brooklyn.
What DNA Says About Our Past and Future, a permanent museum exhibition under development, will present a hopeful message of genetics in our lives. The DNA of any two people is 99.9% identical; racial and ethnic differences acquired as we peopled the globe are, indeed, only “skin deep”. A gallery within this exhibition – All the World in New York City will feature photographs of many races, cultures and ethnicities in New York.
Photographs should tell a story or reflect the heritage of New Yorkers with origins from another part of the world. The portraits of New Yorkers will illustrate migrations that have mixed people and their DNA throughout history.
There is no entry fee. A maximum of 3 photos may be submitted per photographer. Entries are welcome from anyone age 18 or older.
Register/Log in to submit up to 3 images, a subject biography (approx.100 words) is important and will be considered in judging. Each entry must include a signed photo release form.
Deadline: January 31, 2022
Visionary Art Collective, Virtual Exhibition, Stories I Tell Myself
A virtual exhibition centered around visual storytelling. How does the artwork we create reflect deeper, underlying narratives. For centuries, art has been used as a means of visual storytelling, and through these stories we can better understand ourselves and the world around us. In this exhibition, we are seeking work that draws upon memory and storytelling to visually communicate the personal experiences of each artist.
We welcome artists of all backgrounds and experience levels to submit. Artist must be 18+.
We accept the following visual mediums: painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, digital, prints, fiber arts, collage, mixed media and installation art. Film and video are not accepted at this time.
This exhibition will be presented in March to www.visionaryartcollective.com, with an additional 3D virtual walk-through using Art Placer software. You may submit 1-2 images of your work for $22, 3-4 images for $25, or 5-6 images for $28. Visionary Art Collective’s mission is to connect contemporary art with education. The submission fees we receive go towards funding our platform and enabling us to continue providing opportunities and free educational resources for artists and educators around the world.
Submit your work via our Submittable page:
Deadline: February 4, 2022
Art Gallery 118 – open call Lost and Found Online Art Exhibition
ONLINE EXHIBIT Curated show themed around works of art that tell a story about something lost, found or regained. In our life we are always losing, looking for, and finding things, ideas and opportunities. “Lost and Found” whether in a literal or metaphorical way. Losing our planet in plastic waste, finding hope in a new day, or using found objects in artwork. We want to see your interpretation of the them.
Open to all artists 18+ in all visual mediums (except video)
Submitted work files must be labeled with artist’s name and title: Name_Lastname_Title.jpg.
We accept JPG only. Size limit per image is 3 MB. Images must be clear and properly cropped. Artists may submit up to 4 works. Artists retain 85% of the proceeds from any work sold.
Entry Fee: $20 application fee. Payment is non-refundable and does not guarantee acceptance.
Notification will be made via email and by posting on our website. Selections are final.
Exhibition: February 15 – March 15, 2022
Deadline: Sunday, February 6, 2022 @ 11:59pm EST
Regatta Row 2022 8th Annual – Adirondack Paddle Chairs, Garden Art Story Poles
The project is open to all artists from the acclaimed to the amateur. Painters, sculptors, craftsmen, multi-media artists and other wildly creative people are encouraged to apply! The Jericho Arts Council (JAC) of Bainbridge hopes to sponsor at least 20 juried Artists for a five week public sidewalk exhibition of art, where selected artists will be able to express creativity upon our unique Adirondack paddle chairs, and garden story poles, following our Theme “Regatta Byways – Scenes Along the River.”
JAC will provide artists with a handmade, unprimed chair or story pole (or up to three of varying sizes), paint generously donated by Golden Artist Colors, and a stipend of $130 for the adult chairs and $50 for one pole, $75 for two, $110 for all three. Cash awards of $50 to $100 will be granted in five categories. Chairs and poles will be picked up in Bainbridge, NY (unless other arrangements are made) in mid February. Completed project will be delivered to Bainbridge, NY on or before April 23, 2022. Artists will be promoted with bio’s on the JAC website as well as in a media conference, regional press releases, posters, social media and on maps of the Art Trail. For five weeks, photos of each creation will be posted on the website along with the opportunity for bidding in advance of the Live Auction slated to take place on Saturday, May 28 at the 59th General Clinton Canoe Regatta.
Art will be displayed on Bainbridge sidewalks from April 27 until Memorial Day weekend. Bainbridge, like dozens of other Towns and villages in this area, is attempting a grass roots revitalization of the community and this is one of the efforts to support the JAC. Proceeds from the May 28 Art Auction will go to the Jericho Arts Council to support our Artists & Musicians and to create future events.
Questions and applications can be directed to the JAC Gallery Committee “Regatta Row 2022” at email@example.com or by calling Rachel Hares at 607-643-2211.
Application is available for download: http://www.jerichoarts.com/regatta-row-2022.html
Deadline: February 6. 2022
Aplomb Gallery “The Eyes Have It” International Call Eligibility
Option for VR show. Gallery is located at 15 Mechanic St., Dover, NH 03820
Open international, Applicants from any geographic location may apply but they should be ready to ship or bring work in person. There is an option for VR only exhibition.
Application for group exhibition at Aplomb gallery March 19 – May 19, 2022 and in VR during April, 2022.
Submit up to 5 works with a focus on eyes to be considered for a group show at Aplomb Contemporary Portrait Gallery. Juried by Gallery Director Danielle Festa.
Two dimensional and three dimensional ready to hang artwork in all mediums will be considered. Multimedia works are also accepted. Aplomb Contemporary Portrait Gallery is located in Dover, NH. Applicants from any geographic location may apply but they should be ready to ship or bring work in person. Opening date to be decided. Depending on the status of COVID-19, masks, limited attendance or vaccination proof may be required for the artist and guests.
Alternatively, artists may choose to apply to the VR exhibition only at reduced fee. The VR exhibition is accessible by PC/Mac or Oculus Quest. The application fee of $35 USD for in person/VR exhibition or $25 for just the VR exhibition is non-refundable. Artists will retain 70% from sales while Aplomb Gallery retains a 30% commission.
All entries must be original and completed solely by the artist’s hand. Images of accepted works may be used at the sole discretion of Aplomb for promotional purposes. Images will include attribution wherever possible.
Application Deadline: February 11, 2022.
Artists will be selected and informed by February 18, 2022.
Cornell Creative Arts Center – Kingston, NY call for art: Agriculture in the Hudson Valley
Our next gallery show, coming in March 2022, will highlight the beauty and importance of agriculture across the Hudson Valley! This exhibit will spread awareness to the importance of local farms and put a spotlight on the role agriculture plays in our day to day lives.
Subject matter of submitted pieces should include: Crops/produce grown and produced here in HV, landscape of farms, dairy industry, equipment/tools used in agriculture or anything related to the theme of local agriculture.
Please submit work here: https://cornellcreativeartscenter.com/gallery-submissions
Deadline: February 11, 2022
OyeDrum Magazine’s Volume 5 Open Call! Seeking work from all over the globe!
OyeDrum Magazine’s quarterly curated issue, evaluated by a juror panel, is themed and broken into volumes. We accept work by people who identify as female and by those assigned female at birth who identify as non-binary.
We are looking for creative work including fiction, nonfiction, science, poetry, music, visual and performance art, photography, film, short films, spoken-audio pieces, graphic novels, magic and more. We are particularly interested in hybrid and experimental work that’s daring, original and strange.
What does madness mean to you! We are interested in submissions concerning any interpretation of the word “madness” within any context.
Deadline: February 13, 2022
SHINE THE LIGHT – Small works virtual exhibit hosted by Inside Small lnside Small Exhibits invites artists of all mediums to submit artwork no larger than 10″ inches in any direction for consideration. 2D and 3D Small works only.
Theme: Artwork inspired by each artist’s unique interpretation of light
Eligibility: Open to all artists age 18 & older in the USA and worldwide.
Fees: Applying is free. No gallery commission fee. Please read artist application for complete details.
Deadline: February 13, 2022
Hudson Valley Art Association 89th Annual Juried Exhibition
Over 17,000 in awards
Show Dates: 4/15/22-6/5/22 Location: Lyme Art Association, 90 Lyme Street Old Lyme Ct Enter through Cafe: https://artist.callforentry.org/festivals.php?reset=1&apply=yes
For more information; https://www.hudsonart.org
Passing the Torch Through the Arts invites you The First Annual Steve Jones Award. This special event celebrates two distinct art forms Visual Arts and Theater Arts culminating to form a unique evening that will surely wet and satisfy any artistic pallet on February 29, 2021 at Mariners Harbor, 1 Broadway Kingston New York 12401 (We have the entire restaurant that night).
At 5pm we open the doors for complimentary Hors D’oeuvres (cash bar and dinner can be ordered off of Mariners’ menu), exhibiting 10 Hudson Valley Artists who will display their artwork. All artwork will be available for sale. The exhibit will be curated by Sylvia Diaz, owner of Art JuXtapose, Arts Education Coordinator of Arts Mid-Hudson, and curator of Gallery 40.
That evening we will tally votes of the The First Annual Steve Jones Award – presented as a plaque and a cash award. It will be presented to two individual artists that exhibit exemplary commitment to their artistic discipline with a contribution of their time and expertise, and demonstrated dedication and exceptional skill in their field. We will present two awards, one to a Performing Artist and one to a Visual Artist This award is open to all artists. The cash award is for the artist to spend HOWEVER THE ARTISTS DECIDES to SPEND IT!
At 6pm, as the evening’s entertainment, we will present the new fully realized musical featuring superb local actors and singers. This musical is set in 1935 about local celebrity Father Divine who fed tens of thousands of people during the Great Depression. The musical features the music of Cab Calloway and Johnny Mercer.
At 7:30pm we will present the awards. We encourage all attendees to vote once throughout the evening. Votes can only be submitted in person.
At 9pm there will be an after party (the DJ to be announced)
We believe that artists are not honored in our society and struggle financially and socially, it seems cruelly ironic when we give so much of ourselves to enrich the world and are so active in the development of strong communities. After the passing of one of our original members, Stephen Jones, we decided to create an environment to finance ourselves.
We will sell our own art, we will produce our own works of theater and music and we will eat from that excellence. Every year at the end of February we will honor individuals that do likewise, that are motivated and committed to their art form.
We are asking arts organizations, or supporters of the arts to nominate Performing Artists in their community. Email your performing arts nominations to PassingtheTorchThroughtheArts@gmail.com or reach out to us on Face book Passing the Torch Through the Arts, or MichaelMonasterial@icloud.com
Call for artist NO FEE: Submit 3 jpeg images labeled with your name, medium, title, date, and price. Please include a short description of the submitted artwork and a short artist statement detailing your history as an artist. All submissions should be sent to PassingtheTorchThroughtheArts@gmail.com.
Door Entrance fee: $25 for all (except exhibiting visual artists and nominated performing artists). Payment taken at the door or Venmo Michael Monasterial @Michaelmonasterial.
After party fee: $10 for all attendees, if entrance fee was already paid
This event is about Artists in Action: Local Artists taking their destiny and Communities in their hands to make real change. Tickets for the art show and theatrical performance is $25 (at the Door or Venmo Michael Monasterial @Michaelmonasterial).
After Party is $25, but is discounted for $10 if the evening is purchased, only $35 for the entire evening of complimentary Hors D’oeuvres, free theatrical entertainment, and a DJ afterparty!
Call for Artist Deadline: February 13th Nomination Deadline: February 20th
Womens Work Art – Poughkeepsie Our first Open Group Exhibition will be focusing on Emerging and Student Artists of the Hudson Valley, and the talents they continue to forge through various challenges.
For more information: www.womenswork.art
Deadline: February 16th
Roxbury Arts Group, Walt Meade Gallery Call for Arts – Inscapes
“Inscapes” is an exploration of interior architecture. Artists could reflect on various physical “Inscapes” such as home, work, travel, and history as well as emotive discussions such as comfort, discomfort, security, and imprisonment.
Artists can submit up to three pieces for consideration by completing an application through the Submittable online application with a $25 fee. Fees will be waived for emerging artists. Emerging artists are defined as artists that have not had a solo or paired show in the past. To talk about having your fee waived email Samantha Nick, Grants & Community Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Opens: March 19, 2022
Proof of vaccination showing one primary series of covid-19 vaccine or a negative covid test within 48 hours of the event is required to attend.
Deadline: February 22, 2002 at 4:00 pm, delivery of accepted pieces to be between March 1st – 11th, 2022
SlowArt Productions – Hudson, NY group exhibition The Sublime Nude
This exhibition will focus on art inspired by the sublime and sensitive nude. The exhibition will run from Limner gallery from May 12- June 4, 2022. All artist interpretations of the theme will be reviewed and considered.
ELIGIBILITY AND RESTRICTIONS: The competition is open to all artists, national and international, working in all media. All forms of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, graphics, digital and installation art, video, etc. are eligible. Entrants must be 18 years of age or older to apply. Wall mounted works must not be taller than 72″ no wider than 96″. Sculptural work must fit through a standard height, 36″wide entry door.
EXHIBITION: Winning artists will be featured in a group exhibition at the Limner Gallery, May 12 – June 4, 2022. The exhibition will also be displayed on the Limner Gallery web site and social media pages.
EXHIBITION TERMS: Works in the show may be for exhibition only, or for sale. The gallery will take a 35 percent commission on all sales. Sale price is determined by the artist.
ENTRY FEES: There is a $35.00 entry fee for one to four artworks entered, presentation is by digital JPG files or dedicated web page post. There is a $5.00 fee for each additional artwork above four. Details of 2D artwork count as an additional artwork. Sculptors may provide one additional view per artwork without cost. Artists accepted to exhibit will not be charged any
additional fees to exhibit. Entry fee payments must be made online at the time of entry by credit card using PayPal, or may be made by check or money order payable to SlowArt Productions.
NOTIFICATION: Artists will be notified of acceptance or non-acceptance no later than March 31, 2022. Notification will be by posting the results on or before this date at: http://www.slowart.com/results Notification will also be made via email, however, due to the general unreliability of email notifications, the results web page shall serve as the official confirmation.
IMAGE USE / COPYRIGHTS: Artist retains all copyrights to submitted images and represented artwork. Digital images submitted with the entry are for exhibition selection only and will be deleted after completion of the selection process. By entering the competition, artists selected to exhibit grant Limner Gallery rights to use the selected image(s) on printed materials and the gallery web site for promotional purposes only. Limner Gallery and/or SlowArt retain no copyrights to artists work.
Deadline: February 28, 2022, via email by 12:00 midnight on this date
Main Street Arts – Call for Art, Portals and Portholes: A National Juried Exhibition
Gallery is located at 20 W Main St., Clifton Springs, NY 14432
Open to all media. The themes of artwork submitted will deal with the notion of looking into or out of something – whether literal or metaphorical.
Exhibition will take place physically in the gallery and work will be available for preview and purchase in our online gallery shop.
Artists will pay shipping to and from gallery, pay close attention to shipping dates after notification of acceptance. Buyer will pay for shipping if work is purchased.
Exhibition will run April 16 – May 26, 2022
Juror: Francisco Hernandez-Illizaliturri, founder of Buffalo Art Movement
Best in Show – $500
Juror’s Choice – $150
Juror’s Choice $150
Honorable Mention – $50
Honorable Mention – $50
Honorable Mention – $50
Honorable Mention – $50
Entry Fee: $30 to submit 1–3 pieces; $35 to submit up to 6
Submission Deadline: February 26, 2022
Notifications to Artists: March 7, 2022
Accepted artwork due: April 2, 2022
Collar Works – Troy, NY & Artist/Mother Podcast – Painting at Night
Artist/Mother Podcast and Collar Works are excited to announce an open call for entries for the third annual Painting at Night exhibition, juried this year by Judith Braun (she/her). As part of the Artist/Mother Podcast Community’s ongoing work to bring exposure to and provide opportunities for artists who are also mothers, the A/MP is seeking submissions for their annual group exhibition!
To imply that good art cannot be made in domestic spaces, or that a person cannot claim the title of artist without meeting arbitrary requirements is a patriarchal myth, one that artists who are mothers have been resisting for decades.
For this show, we would like you to offer a response, addressing the ways you are making excellent and inspiring work while also navigating your role as a mother. The work may respond to thematic obstacles such as domestic duties, lack of childcare, restraints on time, limited support, lack of space or resources.
Show us, through the work, how you are “Painting at Night”- making art as an Artist/Mother.
Artist information and Statement (150 words), Artist Bio (150 words), up to 5 images or videos. Provide a corresponding list of Works (title, medium, date, size, price), website and social media handles. Entry fee is $15, financial aid is available, contact Robert@collarworks.org
Guidelines + Information:
Juror will select works based on theme of show. All mediums are welcome to apply. All artwork must be ready to hang or install. All artwork must be for sale, with artists receiving 100% of all sales. Artist is responsible for shipping and handling costs.
Selected artists will be notified by April 1, 2022. All work must arrive at Collar Works on or by May 2, 2022.
Exhibition dates: May 27-July 31, 2022
Deadline: March 1, 2022
EmBrace Competition – Embrace the Brace
Calling all artists, age 16 or older, for the EmBrace Competition! We need fresh designs and pattern designs. We are looking for modern fashionable patterns. The winning pattern designs will be transferred onto the surface of back braces and worn by teenage girls.
Media: Digital media, graphic design, web print, pattern design
Categories: Junior (16-19 yo), Adult (20 yo+)
Winning entries are eligible for cash prizes totaling $5000. Additionally, their pattern will be included in the upcoming Friddles Back Brace Design Collection. View more information by visiting https://www.embracethebrace.org/blank-page-1
Send designs to Embracecompetition@gmail.com, make the header 2022 Competition Entry. The email should include applicant name, age category and contact information. Upload your design as a pdf or jpeg. Feel free to add a name for your design. Artwork must not exceed 30 MB. Each entrant may submit up to 2 designs.
Deadline: March 15, 2022
Rochester Contemporary Art Center – Annual 6×6 call for art
6×6 is an annual exhibition of thousands of artworks from all over the world and it’s completely free to enter!
Simply fill out an entry form and mail or deliver your 6-inch by 6-inch artwork to Rochester Contemporary Art Center by April 9 (Postmarked Deadline: April 12).
6×6 is hosted by Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo), a small, non-profit art center in Rochester, NY! This annual exhibition raises critical funds needed to pay artists, maintain our building, and administer contemporary art programming to our community this coming year. With just one simple artwork, you can help our mission to provide unique encounters for audiences and extraordinary opportunities for artists. Learn more about 6×6 at roco6x6.org and on social media using #roco6x6 and @roco137.
For more information: email@example.com
Deadline: April 9, 2022
Gristle Art Gallery – Brooklyn Chromascope Online Exhibition– call for art
Open to artists 18 and older. Artists can submit up to 3 individual works for consideration. Seeking colorful artworks. Mediums may include traditional drawing, painting, cut-paper/collage, sculptural and fiber mediums. No digital, photography or new media works will be accepted. Subject matter is open to artist’s choosing but must emphasize color (vivid multicolor, monochromatic, striking complementaries, color temperatures, analogous palettes, neons, pastels, etc. Please avoid greys or muted colors.
Artwork must be no larger than 16 inches. Including any framing or case, and must be ready to hang/display. Newly created artwork is preferred but, previously created works may be accepted if created in 2020 or afterward and hasn’t been exhibited in any New York Based Gallery. The show will run May 7th – June 23rd, 2022 on GristleArtGallery.com
Deadline: April 15th, 2022 at 11:59 pm EST
Jerry’s Artarama 10th Annual Self Portrait Contest
The most obvious subject in art is looking right at you in the mirror. It’s the person you know best, only you know every little detail of your face. Go surreal, abstract or fantasy, draw your reflection, paint yourself… Anything goes as long as it’s creative, original, and it’s you. Media of your choice. Total Prize Amount: $5000 (EGIFT CARDS to Jerry’s Artarama)
Entry period: January 10th – April 17, 2022
Voting: Round 1 voting (public): Monday, May 16th – Thursday, June 16th, 2022
Winners Announced: Friday, July 15th, 2022
Deadline: April 17, 2022
SlowArt Productions presents Digital Art, Assemblage and Hand Cut Paper Collage.
This exhibition will focus on the various forms of digital art and the relationship between digital and traditional paper collage. 3D assemblage will be represented as sculptural collage. The exhibition will be held at the Limner Gallery from September 8 – October 1, 2022. All digital art forms, hand cut paper collage and assemblages will be reviewed and considered.
Entry Form Link: slowart.com/prospectus/digital_paper.htm
Deadline: April 30, 2022
CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS AT CREATE:
There’s a need for your special talents and skills on the volunteer roster at CREATE’s galleries and offices in Catskill. There are immediate openings on the front desk and exhibit installation staffs, but many other opportunities exist – gallery maintenance, information distribution, and much, much more. What are you interested in? Chances are… we need you! Volunteers can exchange time and efforts for a CREATE membership, network within the arts community, learn and teach valuable skills… and volunteering can be a lot of fun! Call CREATE Catskill Office, 518-943-3400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CALL FOR ART INSTRUCTORS:
NEW! The Art School of Columbia County, centrally located in Columbia County in Harlemville NY is a not-for-profit [501(c)3] art school dedicated to “art for everyone.” ASCC is seeking applications for the following positions: developing and teaching art programs for children, art therapy and teaching art to adults. Please send your resume/CV with educational background, exhibitions (if applicable), and teaching experience with your contact information to: email@example.com Subject Line: application. Please mention in the body of the email in which position(s) you are interested.
New!! Catskill Glee Club, Male Chorus Founded 1927.Join Us in Song! Sing men’s 4-part harmony, stimulate your mind, improve aerobic capacity, lower stress, relieve anxiety, make new friends, enjoy camaraderie. Join CGC for rehearsal Monday evenings 7:00 – 9:15 starting September 12, 2016 at the Community Life Church, 20 West Main Street, Catskill. Visit catskillgleeclub.org or call Marty Wallace at (518) 943-2719 for more information.
New!!Catskill Fine Art and Antiques seeks submissions from artists working in any medium for exhibitions at new gallery opening at 410 Main Street in Historic Catskill, NY. The gallery features a blend of period and contemporary original artwork, both two and three dimensional and American antiques. Catskill Fine Art and Antiques welcomes both traditional and “cutting edge” artwork for shows. Please contact Steve Blendell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-943-4530 or stop by the gallery space at 410 Main Street, Catskill Thursday –Sunday from 12 to 5 PM. Please include a small group of representative images of your work. 7/2016 ongoing
New!! Call to Artists: Third Annual Thomas Cole Art Show at St. Luke’s Episcopal. Submission deadline: October 1, 2016.This juried show will be held November 5th and 6th, 2016. Submissions sought in three categories: Religious Art in the Hudson River Style, Open Class and Photography. E-mail at email@example.com for application. There is a nonrefundable ten dollar application fee. At least one work must be for sale and the sales commission is 10%. St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is located at 50 William Street in Catskill, NY. end 9/2016
Volunteers…Greene County Community College, Elderhostel Institute Network affiliate programs: local art scene, artist slide lectures, instruction. Class leadership is voluntary, offers wide exposure to interested audience. Adult Learning Institute, Box 1000, Hudson, NY 12453. 518-828-4181 x3431.
Volunteers… To help spread the news about Thomas Cole, father of American landscape painting and founder of the Hudson River School at his newly restored home, Cedar Grove, a National Historic Site in Catskill, NY. Call 518-943-7465. firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers…Docents to lead tours of exhibitions & other museum volunteer opportunities. Amy Morrison, Development Assistant, (518) 463-4478, ext. 408 or email@example.com for more information. Albany Institute of History & Art, 125 Washington Ave., Albany, NY 12210 www.albanyinstitute.org updated 2/16
Artistic, highly motivated, soon-to-be High School Seniors: This unique program provides opportunities to explore a wide array of careers in the visual and performing arts. Based at The Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy, the program blends an integrated curriculum in college-level English, music, art, theatre and film studies with hands-on experience in a creative academic environment. http://www.questar.org/education/career-tech-ed/visualandperformingarts.php
Local Grants…Support for family friendly, soundly managed organizations that enhance the communities where the funder has a presence. Price Chopper’s Golub Foundation. PO Box 1074, Schenectady, NY 12301. Does not fund film & video projects or individuals. No deadline. updated 02/16
Ceramic Grants…awards from $200 -$5,000 for original research in ceramics history, be based on primary source materials. Susan Detweiler, ACC Grants Chairman. Suite 12, 8200 Flourtwon Avenue, Wundmoor, PA 19038 firstname.lastname@example.org www.amercercir.org updated 02/16
Dance Grants…Administers a variety of grantmaking programs. The Harkness Foundation for Dance, Inc. 145 E. 48th St, Ste. 26C, NY, NY 10017-1259. Contact: Theodore S. Bartwick, Treas. 212-755-5540 updated 02/16
Grants… Offering financial, administrative assistance to individual artists’ special projects, help develop collaborative projects, assist locating venues for presentation, sponsor for public presentations. Carol Parkinson, Dir., Harvestworks, 596 Broadway, Ste 602, New York, NY 10012 . 212-431-1130 www.harvestworks.org . Ongoing Updated 02/16
Grants… Communities, small/mid-sized, culturally-specific, community-based arts institutions. Programs showing issues, experiences of underrepresented social justice issues, community concerns of national or multi-state impact: residencies; new performing art, or visual art, cross cultural, multi state collaborations, dissemination of existing works affecting communities. Nathan Cummings Foundation, 475 Tenth Ave., 14th Fl., New York, NY 10018, 212-787-7300, 787-7377. email@example.com www.nathancummings.org Updated 02/16
Grants… Municipalities, non profits -$15,000. Public buildings; historic landscape or municipal parks, cultural resource of downtowns, residential neighborhoods. Emily Curtis, Program Coordinator, Preservation League of New York State, 44 Central Ave., Albany, NY 12206. 518-462-5658, 462-5684, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.preservenys.org Updated 02/16
Grants… $500 for age under 30 creating new project, continue existing project. Specific issue, show concrete action plan, budget, adequate supervision, accountability. Give weekly grants to young people in US, Canada. Do Something, 24-32 Union Square East, 4th Fl. South, New York, NY 10003 email@example.com. www.dosomething.org Updated 02/16
Grant… Newman’s Own Charitable Giving Program. Areas of giving include: arts, education, children, elderly groups, environmental causes, affordable housing, disaster relief, hunger relief. Newman’s Own Charitable Giving Program, 246 Post Road East, Westport, CT 06880. www.newmansown.com Updated 02/16
Film/Video & Theater Grants… Free updated bimonthly Funding Newsletters distributed via email by The Fund for Women Artists. WomenArts 3739 Balboa Street #181 San Francisco, CA 94121 (415) 751-2202 firstname.lastname@example.org www.WomenArts.org Updated 02/16
Film, Video Grants… Average $25,000 to support international documentary films and videos: current, significant issues in human rights, expression, liberties, social justice. Diane Weyermann, Dir. of Soros Documentary Fund, Open Society Institute, 400 W. 59th St., New York NY, 10019 Info. 212-548-0657, Fax 212-548-4679 email@example.com www.soros.org/sdf. Ongoing Updated 02/16
Film, Video Grants… Seeking projects on contemporary issues of human rights, civil liberties, freedom of expression, social justice. Up to $15,000 production funds of up to $50,000. Sundance Documentary Fund, Sundance Institute, 8857 West Olympic Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. www.sundance.org . Ongoing 02/16
Film Grants… Eight grants yearly in many categories except commercial projects. Send a SASE to Bill Creston, with description, inspiration, source material, resume, approx. dates of use, experience, and media to eMediaLoft, 55 Bethune St., A-628, New York, NY 10014. 212-924-4893, email firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.emedialoft.org/ Ongoing 02/16
Film Grant… Independent documentary filmmakers may apply. We produce, distribute and promote quality ethnographic, documentary and non-fiction films from around the world. Send brief description, one page budget. Cynthia Close, Exec. Dir., Documentary Educational Resources, 101 Morse St., Watertown, MA 02472. Fax – 617-926-9519, email email@example.com web site www.der.org/ 800-569-6621. Ongoing 02/16
*International Artists…Trust for Mutual Understanding funds travel & per diem expenses of professional exchanges, visual & performing arts. Collaborations, curatorial research, performances, lectures. Exchanges relating to Russia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovak Republic & Ukraine, limited funds for others. Funds individuals. www.tmuny.org. Deadlines, August 1, Feb 1. Updated 02/16
Literary Grants… Contemporary Literature and Non-Fiction. Black Lawrence Press seeks to publish intriguing books of literature and creative non-fiction: novels, memoirs, short story collections, poetry, biographies, cultural studies, and translations from the German and French. The St. Lawrence Book Award is open to any writer who has not yet published a full-length collection of short stories or poems. The winner of this contest will receive book publication, a $1,000 cash award, and 10 copies of the book. Annual Deadline: August 31. firstname.lastname@example.org Updated 02/16
Literary Grants… Children’s Books. General Work-In-Progress grant. $1,500 through Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators. All genres. SCBWI, 8271 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048. www.scbwi.org 02/16
Music Grants…International Voice Competition in Canada, USA. Altamura/Caruso Study Grants Audition. $30,000 cash grant prizes. Performances with orchestra. Requirements: 5 (five) arias in the original key and language. One aria will be chosen by the contestant and a second aria by the jury. Aria with cabaletta must be presented in its entirety. One chamber literature work of contestant’s choice. Contestant must be ready to sing a full recital upon 24-hour notice. Information and application www.altocanto.org. Sponsored by Inter-Cities Performing Arts, Inc. 4000 Bergenline Ave, Union City, NJ 07087. Info. (201) 863-8724 Fax (201)866-3566 email@example.com Updated 02/16
Music Grants… Fostering of musical ideas, new projects promoting original programming & new performers, rather than supporting performances, tickets or tuition.. www.sparkplugfoundation.org. Sparkplug, 877-866-8285. Spring & Fall deadlines. Updated 02/16
Music Grant… DeLucia Award for Innovation in Music Education in genres, instruments, methods, other aspects of music education that can be duplicated. The Mockingbird Foundation, c/o Lemery Greiser, LLC, Attn: Jack Leibowitz, Esq., 10 Railroad Place, Ste.1502, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866-3033. Ongoing 02/16
Music Grant… Supporting young composers of classical or chamber music. The BMI Foundation, Inc., Carlos Surinach Fund and Boudleaux Bryant Fund. 212-830-2520. firstname.lastname@example.org Ongoing. Updated 02/16
Music Grant… Meet the Composer’s Commissioning Music/USA Program for not-for-profit performing and presenting organizations commissioning new works. Support composer, librettist fees, copying, range, support services. Rotating basis. www.randallgiles.org/commissioning.html Eddie Fiklin, Senior program Manager. 212-645-6949 x102. 75 Ninth Ave., 3R Suite C, New York, NY 10011. Updated 02/16
Music Grant…Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors’ New York State Music Fund supports exemplary contemporary music, all genres created by today’s composer, musicians in written compositions, jazz, around world based living classical, folk, experimental, noncommercial popular music: alternative rock, country, hip hop, others. Supports school, community educational programs. RPA to hold meets to explain process. www.rockpa.org/music. (212) 812-4337 email@example.com. Updated 02/16
*Music Grant…Music Alive with Meet the Composer supports residencies with professional youth orchestras. Short Term Residencies 2-8 weeks, one season; Extended Residencies multi-year, full-season-3 years. Available: composer fees, travel, musician fees, some related activities. $7,000-$28,000, Short Term, $30,000-$100,000 year. www.meetthecomposer.org/musicalive/ Updated 02/16
Music Grant…Global Connections Program with Meet the Composer supports living composers in sharing their work with a global community. For US based composers to travel to performance venues or to bring international artists to the US. Grants range from $500 – $5,000. www.meetthecomposer.org 02/16
Performing Arts Production Fund… Program of Creative Capital, for original new work, all disciplines, traditions in live performing arts, to assist artist exploring, challenging dynamics. Special focus on projects bringing insight, critique to cultural difference in class, gender, generation, ethnicity or tradition. Awards range from $10,000-$40,000. www.creative-capital.org. Updated 02/16
Performing Arts Grants for developing and producing work in the musical theatre. Cheryl Kemper, Gilman & Gonzalez-Falla Theatre Foundation, Inc., 109 E. 64th St., NY, NY 10021. www.ggftheater.org 02/16
Performing Arts Grants… To individuals in theater arts, opera, theater stage, set and costume design projects are eligible. Tobin Foundation, PO Box 91019, San Antonio, TX, 78209. 21-828-9736 firstname.lastname@example.org www.manta.com/c/mmcqn8p/tobin-foundation-for-theatre Updated 02/16
Photography Grant…Alexia Foundation award for individual professional photographer to produce a substantial picture story that furthers the foundation’s goals of promoting world peace & cultural understanding. Alexia Foundation, 116 Oceanport Ave., Little Silver, NJ 07739. www.alexiafoundation.org Updated 02/16
Photography Grant… Given annually to a U.S. photographer who aspires to perpetuate the spirit and dedication that characterized Smith’s work. Grants for specific project. Add’l grants awarded. W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund, International Center of Photography, 1130 5th Ave., NY, NY 10028. www.smithfund.org Updated 02/15
Textile Grants…Awards for research, education, documentation & experimentation in the field of quilt making. National Quilting Association, PO Box 12190, Columbus, OH 43212. www.nqaquilts.org email@example.com 02/16
*Youth Grants… Focusing on arts and education. Strives to contribute to the ability of young people to explore their own identity, their relationship to creative process, with high-impact, long-term experience with accomplished professionals. Surdna Foundation, 330 Madison Ave, 3rd fl., New York, NY 10017. 212-557-0010, www.surdna.org firstname.lastname@example.org Application deadlines vary by program. 02/16
*Youth Grants… Creative residencies for teens from writers, artist’s colonies, communities working with young people. For developing summer retreat teens residing communities, be mentored by high standard professionals. Artist colony must be operating 5 years to be eligible. The Surdna Foundation 330 Madison Ave., 3rd fl, New York, NY 10017. (212) 557-0010 www.surdna.org email@example.com 02/16
Visual Artist Grants…Virginia A.Groot Foundation to ceramic and/or sculpture artists to devote a substantial period of time to the development of their work. Three grants up to $35,000, $10,000, $5,000. Virginia A. Groot Foundation, P.O. Box 1050, Evanston, IL 60204-1050. Postmarked by March 1 each year. www.virginiagrootfoundation.org Updated 02/16
Visual Artist Grants… based on artistic merit, financial need for painters, sculptors, print-makers, and artists who work on paper are eligible. The Pollack-Krasner Foundation 863 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10021. (212) 517-5400 Grants@pkf.org www.pkf.org Ongoing. 02/16
Relief Funds, Financial Assistance
New! – Emergency Resources… Superstorm Sandy. NYFA has a list of art specific resources available for artists affected by Sandy and needing recovery assistance. See: http://www.nyfa.org/source/content/content/disasterresources/disasterresources.aspx?
Relief Fund… To help professional craft artists sustain their livelihood. Services include access to information, resources, business development support and emergency relief with loans, grants, and in-kind services. Craft Emergency Relief Fund, Box 838, Montpelier, VT 05601. 802-229-2306. www.craftemergency.org 02/16
Financial Assistance…to help pay medical or dental costs for artists nationwide. Prescriptions, eyeglasses, wheelchairs, surgery, cancer treatments, etc. Funds paid directly to your medical providers. The Artists Charitable Fund. Judy Archibald 970-577-0509. firstname.lastname@example.org or www.artistcharitablefund.org. 02/16
Financial Assistance… Relief, fine artists grant for professional painters, graphic artists, sculptors and their families in times of emergency, disability, or bereavement. Artist Fellowship, Inc., 47 Fifth Avenue, NY, NY 10003 212-255-7740 (Salmagundi Club)
dial ext. #216. www.artistsfellowship.com/ 02/16
Financial Assistance… Emergency grants to visual artists of color. Eligible are Native American, African American, Asian American, Latino 21+, living in tri-state greater New York City area to help meet urgent financial needs. The Wheeler Foundation, P.O. Box 300507, Brooklyn, NY 11230. 718-951-0581. www.nyfa.org Updated 02/16
Financial Assistance… To provide artist emergency assistance to qualified artists whose needs are unforeseen, catastrophic incident, who lack resources to meet situation. One time for specific emergency: fire, flood, medical. Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation, 380 West Broadway, New York, NY 10013. www.gottliebfoundation.org Ongoing. Updated 02/16
Financial Assistance… Up to $5,000 grants for writers and playwrights with AIDS. Candidates must be published. Fund for Writers and Editors with AIDS, PEN American Center, 568 Broadway, New York, NY 10012. 212-255-7740 email@example.com www.salmagundi.org 02/16
Relief Fund… Funding artists experiencing serious illness, crisis, or bereavement. SASE: Artists Fellowship Inc., Emergency Aid, c/o Salmagundi Club, 47 Fifth Ave., NY, NY 10003. 212-255-7740 firstname.lastname@example.org www.salmagundi.org 02/16
Financial and Management Services… NYFA’s new Works and Management Services offer assistance to individual artists and small arts groups. New York Foundation for the Arts, 20 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201. (212) 366-6900 x 225 or 230.FAX (212) 366-1778 www.nyfa.org Updated 02/16
Financial Assistance… For artists in need of emergency aid to avoid eviction, cover medical expenses, unpaid utility bills, other. Submit description, copies of bills or eviction notice, resume, two letters of recommendation: Change Inc., PO Box 705, Cooper Station, NY 10276. 212-473-3742. innercity.org/columbiaheights/agencys/change.html Ongoing. Updated 02/16
Photography… Critical Needs Fund for Photographers with AIDS. Initial requests by phone: 212-929-7190. Ongoing.
New! Internships…Greene County Council on the Arts is looking for an intern to assist with design, social media and exhibitions. The ideal candidate has experience in graphic design, writing, and social media. An ability to work both independently and closely with the Visual Arts Director on creating graphics and posters for exhibitions, managing media deadlines and installing shows is highly valued. Please email Niva Dorell, Visual Arts Director at email@example.com with a resume and cover letter outlining skills and interests. Go to www.greenearts.org for more information on Greene County Council on the Arts. Ongoing 02/16
New! Internships…Freehold Art Exchange is looking for an intern to assist with fundraising, web development, organic gardening and barn renovations. The ideal candidate has experience with web design, social media campaigns, fundraising, gardening and/or carpentry. Freehold Art Exchange is an artist residency program for visual and interdisciplinary artists invested in social justice, environmental sustainability, and community engagement. Our facility is on 57 acres of land in the Catskill Mountains of NY, including a vegetable garden and hiking trails. We are looking for someone dependable, able to work alone and collaborate, and not afraid to get dirty! Please email Molly Stinchfield, Co-Founder and Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org with a resume and cover letter outlining skills and interest. Go to www.freeholdartexchange.org for more information on Freehold Art Exchange. Updated 02/16
Internships… Women’s Studio Workshop, a visual arts organization with specialized studios in printmaking, hand papermaking, ceramics, letterpress printing, photography and book arts. PO Box 489, Rosendale, NY 12472. 845-658-9133. wsworkshop.org Updated 02/16
Internships… Arts Administration in exchange for housing on the studio complex four miles from beaches of central Florida. Award-winning studios: resource library, painting, sculpture, music, dance, writer’s studios, black box theater, digital computer lab. Atlantic Center for the Arts or Harris House of Atlantic Center for the Arts, Internship Form: Program Dept., Atlantic Center for the Arts, 1414 Art Center Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168. (386) 423-1753 www.atlanticcenterforthearts.org. Ongoing 02/16
Internships… High school seniors, college students; Flex-time. Programs in publishing and literary presenting business. Marketing, database maintenance, Literary Curators website, writing, sending press releases, Workshops for Kids program, poetry for radio shorts, video production. Bertha Rogers, Ex. Dir., Bright Hill Press, POB 193, Treadwell, NY 13846. 607-746-7306. email@example.com www.brighthillpress.org Ongoing. Updated 02/16
Speakers, Professional Services, Mentoring
Speakers… Speakers in the Humanities, a program of New York State Council for the Humanities: for a nominal fee, non-profit NYS organizations may book distinguished scholars to lecture on a variety of topics. Applications eight weeks prior to proposed lecture. For catalog, application contact: New York Council for the Humanities, 150 Broadway, Ste. 1700, New York, NY 10038. 212-233-1131, firstname.lastname@example.org; www.nyhumanities.org 02/16
Scholarships & Residencies
New! – Residency… Byrdcliffe Art Colony Artist in Residence Program (AiR). Application deadline: March 15. $40 application fee. Uninterrupted time and creative space for visual artists, writers and composers at Byrdcliffe Art Colony in Woodstock. Fee schedule and more info, including fellowships, available on line at byrdcliffe.org/artist-in-residence. Residents chosen by committee of professionals. 02/16
Scholarships, apprenticeships & fellowships . Support for emerging artists in theater, dance, film in performing arts, playwriting & film. Deadlines vary depending on program. Princess Grace Awards. 150 East 58h Street, 25 fl. NY, NY 10155 (212) 317-1470 email@example.com www.pgfusa.org Updated 02/16
New! Fellowships… The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) online application for 2015 Artist Fellowships is now open. Please go to nyfa.org to apply and review application guidelines. The following categories will be reviewed: Choreography, Music/Sound, Architecture/Environmental Structures/Design, Playwriting/Screenwriting and Photography. See the website for important deadlines and fellowship details. Updated 02/16
Residencies…. One month for writers, visual artists and composers creating original work at country estate of poet Edna Vincent Millay. April-November program. Fee, $30/10 slides, tape or DVD for video artists/filmmakers; $50. Submit: project proposal; relevant supporting materials etc. The Millay Colony for the Arts, Box 3, Austerlitz, NY 12017 518-392-3103. firstname.lastname@example.org., www.milllaycolony.org. Deadline, October 1 each year for following year. 02/16
Residencies…. No application needed. Organization to preserve land, create space to recognized, emerging artists. 104 acres in Cazenovia. Sculpture strives to show relationship between humans and nature. Workspace, stipend, housing for professional sculptors. Artistic resume, 20 slides, proposal of intent. SASE to return slides. Stone Quarry Hill Art Park, 3883 Stone Quarry Road, Box 251, Cazenovia, NY 13035. SQHAP@aol.com. 315-655-5742. Ongoing. Updated 02/16
Residencies… For photographers or related media. One month, $2,000 stipend, apartment, private darkroom, 24-hour facility access. Send resume, artist statement, letter of intent, slides, proofs or prints of recent work. Light Work Artist-in-Residence Program, 316 Waverly Ave., Syracuse, NY 13244. email@example.com, www.lightwork.org Ongoing. 02/16
Residencies… Self-directed for research, experimentation and production of visual, television, new media arts. Banff Centre for the Arts, Office of Registrar, Box 1020, Stn. 28, 107 Tunnel Mtn. Dr., Banff, Alberta, Canada TOL OCO. 403-762-6114/6302. firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com . www.banffcentre.ca Ongoing. Updated 02/16
Residencies… Ranging from 2 weeks to 2 months for screenwriters and film/video makers October to May. Yaddo, Box 395, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866-0395. www.yaddo.org 518-584-0746. Deadlines, August 1 and January 15 each year. 02/16
Residencies… Year-round, in photography, painting, ceramics, textiles, etc. Contact: Nantucket Island School of Design and Arts. 508-228-9248. firstname.lastname@example.org, www.nisda.org 02/16
Residencies… Two-month residencies year round for professional sculpture artists. Stipends available. SASE: Gina Murtagh, Sculpture Space, 12 Gates St., Utica, NY 13502. 315-724-8381. email@example.com. www.sculpturespace.org Ongoing. Updated 02/16
Residencies…Cooperative residencies/retreats for emerging or established artists in drawing, painting, sculpture, writing, poetry. Year-round. Private living space, modern art studio, reasonable fee includes some mentoring assistance. SASE #10 to High Studios, RR1 Box 108N, Bolton Landing, NY 12814. Ongoing. Updated 02/16
Residencies… Retreat, stipend $1,250 for writers in their work; $25 per diem, $500 travel. Gell Writers Center of the Finger Lakes, Writers & Books, 740 University Ave., Rochester, NY 14607. 585-473-2590 www.wab.org. Gell Center Director of Operations firstname.lastname@example.org Ongoing. 02/16
Residencies… Established and emerging artists of all disciplines may create, present, and exhibit experimental work involving sound and technology, with the option of integrating any combination of other disciplines including visual and/or performance art. Artists work with staff audio engineer. Jack Straw Media Gallery, www.jackstraw.org., Steve Peters, email@example.com. Updated 02/16
Residencies… The Platte Clove program provides a retreat for artists from June through October. Painters, sculptors, writers, and composers are invited to apply for residency. Artist interested in applying should download the application from the Catskill Center website,www.catskillcenter.org Inverna Lockpez, Director, firstname.lastname@example.org. Updated 02/16
Residencies… The National Park Service offers residency programs to artists working in various disciplines. Contact the specific site for further info: Amistad National Recreation Area in Texas, Badlands National Park in South Dakota, Bearlodge Writers’ Devils Tower Residencies in Wyoming, Joshua Tree National, Klondike Gold Rush National Park in Alaska, Mammoth Cave National Park, Peters Valley Craft Education Center’s Delaware Water Gap Residencies in New Jersey, Saint Gaudens National Historic Site in New, Sapelo Barrier Island in Georgia, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Weir Farm National Historic Site. www.nps.gov/archive/volunteer/air.htm Updated 02/16
Jurying for all media… For new members. Application, guidelines. SASE: The National Association of Women Artists, 80 Fifth Avenue, Ste. 14045, New York, NY 10011. 212-675-1616 www.nawanet.org . Deadlines, Sept. 15, March 15 yearly. Updated 02/16
CALL FOR ENTRIES, ETC.
Arts & Crafts/Folk Arts
Arts & Crafts… Art Instructors Needed. The Art School of Columbia County, centrally located in Columbia County in Harlemville NY (a 20 minute drive from Hudson), is a not-for-profit [501(c)(3)] art school dedicated to “art for everyone.” ASCC is seeking applications for the developing and teaching art programs for children or seniors, art therapy and teaching art to adults. Send your resume/CV with educational background, exhibitions (if applicable), and teaching experience with your contact information to email@example.com Subject Line: application. Please mention in the body of the email in which position(s) you are interested. (Ongoing)
Arts & Crafts… Columbia County Chamber of Commerce is establishing a rack of post cards and/or note cards by artists and photographers of images of Columbia County points of interest and historic sites. Artist is responsible for production of cards. Pricing between $2 and $5 each with artist receiving 70% of the proceeds. Put contact information (i.e. web address) on back of card for purchaser to access and view more work for possible sale directly from the artist. Call (518) 828-4417 or visit www.columbiachamber-ny.com Updated 02/16
Arts & Crafts… Greene County, NY craftspeople: Marketing Crafts and Other Products to Tourists, North Central Regional Extension Publications brochure #445, $1.50. Cornell Cooperative Extension of Greene Co., Greene County office building, Mountain Ave., Cairo, NY 12413. 518-622-9820. firstname.lastname@example.org, http://arc.cce.cornell.edu/ Query sent 02/16
Arts & Crafts… hive, owned and operated by Theresa Spinelli at 321 Main Street in Schoharie, is looking for artists (of all mediums) who wish to show and sell at this unique shop: a bit out of the ordinary, this up and coming venue offers an unusual mix of antiques, vintage, modern, industrial, organic, hand-crafted and local. hive supports local businesses and artists and strives to find American-made items and use recycled products. hive is a continuing work in progress and will begin a regular concert series in conjunction with their ongoing “Meet the Artist” events. hive offers opportunities to display, lecture and more. Contact Theresa Spinelli at www.hive321.com or email theresa@hive 321.com for details. 02/16
Literary, Folklore, Storytelling
Poets… Seeking teen works for book. Love and affection, friendship, heartache, pressure, etc. as themes. SASE: June Cotner, Poems by Teens, Box 2765, Poulsbo, WA 98370. email@example.com, www.junecotner.com 02/16
Writers… nth position is a free online magazine/e-zine with politics & opinion, travel writing, fiction & poetry, reviews & interviews, and some high weirdness. http://www.nthposition.com/links.php offers listings for calls for submissions to writers. Free to subscribe. 02/15
Books… Catskill Mountain Foundation’s Village Square Bookstore & Literary Arts Center has over 10,000 titles in stock including books on the visual arts, crafts, film, poetry, drama, children’s storybooks, cooking, gardening and fiction and non-fiction. Visit them online at http://www.catskillmtn.org/retail/bookstore.html to see their Schedule of Literary Events. Updated 02/16
Writers… Seeking entries for Very Short Fiction Award. $1,200 and publication of work less than 3,000 words. Award granted twice a year with submission deadlines in January and July. Online submission page: Glimmer Train Press, 4763 SW Maplewood, PO Box 80430, Portland, OR 97280-1430. 503-221-0837. Online submission page:
https://www.glimmertrainpress.com/writer/html/index2.asp Updated 02/16
Writers… Lists of contests, grants, fellowships for fiction, poetry, drama/film, non-fiction, published bi-monthly. Awards for Writers, PO Box 437, Ithaca, NY 14851. www.ithaca.edu 02/16
Poets & Writers… Literary Horizons, new program is dedicated to professional development of writers at all stages of their careers. Poets & Writers, 72 Spring St., New York, NY 10012. 212-226-3586, fax 212-226-3963, www.pw.org. Updated 02/16
New! Open Audition for Young Singers 8-18. St. Luke’s Episcopal Church at 50 William Street in Catskill, NY announces the formation of a Treble Choir for young people, male and female in the English cathedral tradition. This is an audition only choir under the direction of Ann Carter-Cox, M.F.A. In addition to weekly group instruction and practice, every young person accepted into the program will receive an additional half hour individualized voice lesson each week. The entire program is offered at no charge. Prior musical training or experience is not necessary in order to audition. Call 518-943-4180 or use the contact form on the church website www.stlukescatskill.org. Updated 02/16
New! Music…Music instructor needed for youth ages 7-18 years. 3-6 students per week. Must teach piano, other instruments welcome. Call: Elena Mosley 518 -828-3612. Updated 3/2016
New! Music…Wanted Male Singers, Tenors, Basses for Male Chorus Volunteer Group. Call 518-943-2914. Updated 3/2016
Music… International Voice Competition in Canada, USA. Altamura/Caruso Study Grants Audition. $30,000 cash grant prizes. Performances with orchestra. Requirements: 5 (five) arias in the original key and language. One aria will be chosen by the contestant and a second aria by the jury. Aria with cabaletta must be presented in its entirety. One chamber literature work of contestant’s choice. Contestant must be ready to sing a full recital upon 24-hour notice. Information & application: www.altocanto.org. Sponsored by Inter-Cities Performing Arts, Inc. 4000 Bergenline Ave, Union City, NJ 07087. Info. (201) 863-8724 Fax (201)866-3566 firstname.lastname@example.org 02/16
Music…Capital Area Flute Club for flutists of all abilities, wide variety of music played to expand opportunities for ensemble playing. Monthly meetings, Delmar NY. 518-383-6480, 518-580-1206. www.facebook.com/pages/Capital-Area-Flute-Club Updated 02/16
Music… Programming sought by Society for New Music, professional organization in Upstate New York dedicated to performing and commissioning the music of today’s composers. Fees range from $1000 to $4000 depending on the concert and number of performers. Society for New Music, 438 Brookford Rd., Syracuse, NY 13224. 315-446-5733, Npilgrim@aol.com www.societyfornewmusic.org Ongoing. Updated 02/16
Music… Information Hotline for grants, auditions, competitions, seminars, health, tax info and more. Contact: The American Guild of Musical Artists, 1430 Broadway, 14th Fl., New York, NY 10018, 212-247-0247 email@example.com, www.musicalartists.org Updated 02/16
Performing Arts… Dance classes for children, teens, adults. The Hudson Valley Academy of Performing Arts features a distinguished faculty of professionally and academically accomplished instructors. 957 Route 82, West Taghkanic, NY 12502. Call 518-851-5501. www.HVAPA.com. Updated 02/16
Performing Arts… Always seeking new actors for future performances and volunteers to help each production, throughout year in Columbia County. Watch for audition notices: Ghent Playhouse, Town Hall Rd, POB 64, Ghent, NY 12075. 518-392-6264, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.ghentplayhouse.org . Ongoing. 02/16
Performing Arts… Private classes available in Dance and Music. Dance studio available for rent, 518-851-5150, email@example.com, www.abblappen.com. Updated 02/16
Performing and Visual Arts… Deep listening programs, and in the gallery, painting, sculpture and workshops. For schedule: The Pauline Oliveros Foundation, POB 1958, Kingston, NY 12402, 845-338-5984. Fax: 845-338-5958. www.artwire.org/pof, firstname.lastname@example.org. Updated 02/16
Visual Arts…Art Instructors Needed. The Art School of Columbia County, centrally located in Columbia County in Harlemville NY (a 20 minute drive from Hudson), is a not-for-profit [501(c)(3)] art school dedicated to “art for everyone.” ASCC is seeking applications for the developing and teaching art programs for children or seniors, art therapy and teaching art to adults. Send your resume/CV with educational background, exhibitions (if applicable), and teaching experience with your contact information to email@example.com Subject Line: application. Please mention in the body of the email in which position(s) you are interested. (Ongoing)
VA… Life Drawing… weekly sessions of life drawing with model at the Hudson Opera House. Artists work independently in a disciplined environment; No instructor or specific method is followed. $15 per session. Offered throughout the year on Sundays from 10am to 1pm, check hudsonoperahouse.org for current session dates. Hudson Opera House, 327 Warren St., Hudson, NY 12534. 518-822-1438. hudsonoperahouse.org, firstname.lastname@example.org . Updated 02/16
VA… Looking for sculptors, painters ad photographers who would like to exhibit their work year round in Palenville, NY. Very reasonable commission. Contact Al or Kathy at 58-678-3110 or www.catskillmtlodge.com 02/16
VA… Indoor and Outdoor Art… Unison Arts Center in New Paltz seeks proposals from artists to exhibit their wall-hung artwork in our gallery at Unison and also from artists to exhibit their sculpture in our outdoor sculpture garden. Call Unison at 845-255-1559. www.unisonarts.org or the Exec. Dir. Christine Crawfis at email@example.com. Updated 02/16
VA… Columbia County Chamber of Commerce is establishing a rack of post cards and/or note cards by artists and photographers of images of Columbia County points of interest and historic sites. Artist is responsible for production of cards. Pricing between $2 and $5 each with artist receiving 70% of the proceeds. Put contact information (i.e. web address) on back of card for purchaser to access and view more work for possible sale directly from the artist. Call (518) 828-4417 or visit www.columbiachamber-ny.com Updated 02/16
VA… Sunday Salons, Learn something new about Thomas Cole and the Hudson River School of art. Informal discussions once a month, $8. 2PM at Cedar Grove, Thomas Cole National Historic Site, 218 Spring Street, POB 426, Catskill, NY 12414. 518-943-7465. firstname.lastname@example.org, www.thomascole.org. 02/16
VA… On-line art gallery NARtisticCreations.com. Funded by NAR Productions. Showcases work of Nick Roes and local artists. Will feature a Visiting Artist each quarter in separate room at no charge. Contact NancyBenett@NARtisicCreations.com.
VA… Seeking member artists, a few openings available for visual artists. Members staff the gallery, perform administrative duties. Art in all media welcome. Established mailing list of 1,300 asking to receive show notices. Interested? Susan Kotulak, New Member Coordinator, Tivoli Artists’ Co-op Gallery, 518-537-5888. email@example.com.
VA… Publications: The Artist Workspace: A Guide for Artists; and The Artist Workspace Residency: A Guide for Organizations. (845) 658-9133, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.nysawc.org. Updated 02/16
VA… Seeking proposals for exhibitions at Greenville Branch, The Bank of Greene County. All Arts Matter, POB 513, Greenville NY 12083. 518-966-4038.
VA… Seeking art work for exhibitions at the Agroforestry Resource Center (ARC) in Acra, NY. Original art work only. This will be a juried process. For more information, please contact Marilyn Wyman at the ARC and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Greene County at 518-622-9820 ext/36. www.agroforestrycenter.org Updated 02/16
VA… Paint outdoors in nature with state organization, New York Plein Air Painters Society. Will sponsor paint-outs, exhibitions around NYS. NYPAP, J.Baldini, P.O. Box 2332, Niagara Falls, NY 14302-2332. email@example.com, http://ipap.homestead.com/ Updated 02/16
All Media… Seeking admissions to slide viewing program. Possible inclusion in group exhibitions. Applications for membership and curated shows also considered. Slides, CV cover letter. The Painting Center, 51 Greene St., New York, NY 10013. 212-343-1060. Ongoing.
All Media… The Sugar Maples Center for Arts and Education. Historic church for gatherings, readings, small musical performances, art studio. Art study vacation, stay in hotel room, dorms on property. Two to four week residencies include retreat for performing arts groups. Ellie Cashman, Dir., Catskill Mountain Foundation, 7967 Main St., Rte. 23A, POB 924, Hunter, NY, 12442. 518-263-4908. www.catskillmtn.org. firstname.lastname@example.org. 02/16
All Media… Art Licensing 101: Selling Reproduction Rights for Profit. 224-page book de-mystifies industry. Action plan in easy to read form. Author Michael Woodward has worked in industry for 25 years. Art Network, POB 1360, Nevada City, CA 95959. 800-383-0677. email@example.com , www.artmarketing.com . Updated 02/16
All Media… Info hotline sponsored by American Council for the Arts has referral service, provides information on a wide variety of programs and services. Call Mon.-Fri, 2-5PM EST: 1-800-232-2789.
Photography…Nueva Luz, photographic journal of En Foco, Inc. ($45 membership) produces exhibitions, publications and events which support photographers of Latin/Am, African/Am, Asian, Pacific Islander and Native American heritage. View current issue before submitting portfolios of 20 unmounted prints or slides for consideration in future Nueva Luz. Subscription $30 USA. Membership, subscriptions, donations, all tax deductible. En Foco, Inc., 1738 Hone Ave, Bronx, NY 10461. 718-931-9311 FAX 718-409-6445 www.enfoco.org Updated 02/16
Photography… Salons monthly, preceded by a potluck meal, bring something to share. Conversations, sharing, seeing, discussions on photography. The Center for Photography at Woodstock, 59 Tinker St., Woodstock, NY 12498. 845-679-9957. firstname.lastname@example.org www.cpw.org Updated 02/16
Photography… Seeking contemporary and traditional work by Native artists. American Indian Community House Gallery, 708 Broadway, New York, NY 10003. 212-598-0100. www.aich.org. 02/16
Photography… Seeking curators to present exhibition/publication programs focusing on aesthetic issues. Proposals should include names of possible artists, program summary, curator’s resume. Kathleen Kenyon, 59 Tinker St., Woodstock, NY 12498. 914-679-9957. CPWphoto@aol.com.
Photography… The Greene County Camera Club offers three opportunities each month for intermediate and advanced photographers: member competition, 6:30PM second Thursday of the month at Greenville Public Library Art Gallery; “Show and Tell” session, fourth Thursday in Greenville at 7PM; speakers, presentations and films, third Wednesday at 7PM, Athens Cultural Center, 24 Second Street, Athens. More info, Eileen Camuto at (518) 678-9044 or email@example.com; Nora Adelman (518) 945-2866 or firstname.lastname@example.org or www.gccameraclub.com. Updated 02/16
Photography… Offer of workshops with speakers, competitions, discounts on supplies and processing, newsletter. Greene County Camera Club, POB 711, Greenville, NY 12083. 518-797-3466, 518-966-4411.
Sculpture… Call for sculptors living within 150-mile radius of Albany for large-scale works appropriate for high traffic terminal. Prospectus, info: Sharon Bates, Director, Art& Culture Program, Administration Building Ste. 200, Albany International Airport, Albany, NY 12211-1057. 518-242-2241 email@example.com Updated 02/16
New Website… The Whitney Museum of American Art has portal to Internet art and digital arts worldwide as an online gallery space. Details, scope: www.artport.whitney.org Updated 02/16
Weekly Electronic Digest… New York Foundation for the Arts features news updates on social, economic, philosophical, political issues affecting arts and culture, job listings and opportunities for artists and organizations. Free on-line subscription: www.artswire.org Updated 02/16
Rentals… Lighting and audio system packages. LSL Productions, Box 63 Windham, NY 12496-0063. 518-734-5117.