To submit an artist opportunity, please send an email to email@example.com with name, deadline, decription and contact for more information.
This listing is in order of upcoming deadline. Scroll down to see more.
Call for Entries
We encourage artists looking for public art commissions to see the CaFE – CallforEntry.org.
Arts Mid-Hudson Pop-Up Galleries
You can become an Arts Mid-Hudson member here: http://www.
- Work must be suitable for the gallery
- All visual artistic mediums are eligible, 2-D and 3-D
- Artists are responsible for delivering/shipping work to specified locations.
- Arts Mid-Hudson will take every caution with the artwork, however, artists must provide their own insurance if desired.
- Arts Mid-Hudson commission on work sold as a result of the exhibition will be 25%.
- If hanging work, the works must have wires securely fastened on back. If work is unframed, work will be hung with binder clips
Phone: (845) 454-3222 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arts Mid-Hudson’s gallery invites mid-Hudson artists and curators to share their work.
Arts Mid-Hudson members will be given preference when curating and planning two-month exhibits with a focus on group shows and exhibits that include work of members, grantees, funded organizations, and artists throughout Dutchess, Ulster, and Orange Counties. Artists or curators can also propose shorter times for performances or multi-media installations. The gallery space is 400 sq feet with professional lighting and located in a visible location along Dutchess Turnpike (Rt. 44) in the town of Poughkeepsie, NY.
Not sure if you are a member? Join online at or call our office 845-454-3222.
Athens Laundry, an art and literary series by the Friends of D. R. Evarts Library in Athens, New York.
The Gallery @ Rhinebeck
The Gallery@ Rhinebeck is being formed as an Artist’s Co-Op. With membership in the Co-Op, your work will be displayed year-round in a beautiful 1500 square foot space on Market Street, the heart of the Rhinebeck retail district. With 20-foot ceilings, entrances on both Market Street and the Market Street Courtyard, this space is a perfect environment to get your work seen be the highest number of potential buyers. Our accompanying website and onsite internet display stations will also allow your entire catalogue to be viewed in HD quality, with a click of a mouse or tap of a screen.
And that’s just the start.
The Gallery will also offer special events to broaden and diversify your exposure.
Events such as:
- Spoken word performances, like The Moth, poetry slams and play readings
- Live music: Light Jazz, Classical, Singer/Song Writers
- Interviews with leading Hudson Valley celebrities
- Fundraisers and private parties
During all of these high traffic events, gallery staff, member volunteers and artists themselves will be on-hand to help sell your work.
We are also planning a membership drive meeting in the gallery space in the very near future. An announcement of the day and time will soon follow.
If you would like to know more, please contact Pat at email@example.com
Poughkeepsie Pop Up Call for Artists
Auditions and portfolio reviews are ongoing for the New York State Summer School of the Arts!
School of Theatre: The final live audition site will be March 4th in New York City.
Call for Entries! Inspirations
- A maximum of six (6) works/person may be submitted. Must include title, medium, date of work and dimensions of each image.
- For two-dimensional pieces, provide one (1) image per work.
- For three-dimensional and installation pieces, artist may provide two images per work – a front and rear view or an overall view and a detail.
- For video based media submissions, please provide in QuickTime or Windows
- Images must be saved as JPEGS, text as Microsoft Word documents.
- Artist’s statement and resume. Please include your full contact information: name, address, phone, email, and website address (if applicable). Please provide retail values for artworks; artworks not for sale should be marked NFS.
All Submissions and/or questions should be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org
All Application fees must be submitted via PAYPAL to:
Call for Entry! Evocative: An Exhibition of Abstract Art
Submissions only via ulsterartistsonline.org (tag “abstract”)
Deadline Friday, March 12th, Midnight
Call for Artists: Samuel Dorsky Musem of Art at SUNY New Paltz
Inviting artists working in all media to submit proposals for its annual exhibition of work by artists from the Hudson Valley titled “Undercurrents: The River as Metaphor.” The exhibit will run from June 10-July 30 in the museum’s Alice and Horace Chandler Gallery and North Gallery.
The deadline for artist submissions is March 24.
All submissions must be made online: https://dorskymuseum.submittable.com/submit/77791/
Submissions will be juried by Livia Straus, director and co-founder of the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art in Peekskill, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting an understanding of contemporary art and its relationship to social issues.
Call to Artists for Undercurrents: The River as Metaphor Hudson Valley Artists 2017
Ann Street Gallery Call for Artists
Contact Person: Virginia Walsh
104 Ann Street
Newburgh, NY 12550
Title of Show: Mythology
This group exhibition will focus on mythology and how myths help us transcend and navigate the overlaps our collective worlds. We are looking for works that explore how myths inform our understanding of constructed belief systems and help us navigate them while serving as a vehicle of primal human expression.
Topics can draw on resources from myths, legends, folklore, cult, witchcraft, religion, sci-fi, the occult or themes that include motifs of ritual, religion and mysticism.
Open to sculpture, fiber arts, paintings, drawings, ceramics, site-specific installations, mixed media, photography and printmaking.
All works must arrive in reusable packaging and include a prepaid return shipping label.
Deadline: Week of March 27, 2017
Exhibition Opening: April 8, 2017
Exhibition Closes: May 6, 2017
Artist should email the following to email@example.com — five jpeg images of work, a cv/resume, artist statement and website link.
East End Arts’ 6th Annual National Juried Art Competition & Exhibit
The East End Arts Gallery is now accepting artist entries for their upcoming sixth annual national juried art competition and exhibit: Playing with Perspective. Guest juror for this competition is Sara De Luca, the owner and director of ILLE ARTS gallery in Amagansett, NY. Entries selected by the juror will be included in the Playing with Perspective exhibition, scheduled to run from August 4 through September 20, 2017 at the East End Arts Gallery, located at 133 East Main Street in Riverhead, NY.
For complete prospectus, information on the juror, and to enter the show, visit: http://www.eastendarts.org/gallery/national-show-2017.html.
Entry Deadline: March 28, 2017
Call to Artists & Designers – DownStreet Art
Designed as a creative placemaking program to revitalize post-industrial North Adams, Massachusetts, DownStreet Art enhances resident engagement and increases downtown visitorship through arts and cultural activities. Now celebrating its tenth season, Downstreet Art will bring 10 public, participatory projects to North Adams in 2017. These include three dynamic opportunities for artists and designers to develop and showcase their work in an art-friendly community.
Visual artists interested in community engagement and social practice are invited to submit concepts for a participatory mural, to be realized in collaboration with North Adams community members. DownStreet Art also welcomes designs for a parklet, a pop-up park that will occupy a downtown parking space. Artists of all disciplines are invited to activate this space with performances, installations, and other programs throughout the DownStreet Art season. Visit downstreetart.org for additional details, and to apply by March 31.
Contact: Katrina Staaf
O + Poughkeepsie Call for Artists
Submissions have opened for the inaugural O+ Poughkeepsie, a celebration of art, music and wellness that will take place Saturday, Aug. 5 in downtown Poughkeepsie. A national nonprofit, O+ (pronounced O Positive) transforms communities while building a pop-up clinic that offers both primary and complementary care to participating artists and musicians, many of whom are uninsured or underinsured.
Submissions for both art and music must be received by end-of-day on Friday, March 31 in order to be considered. It is free to apply.
By exchanging the art of medicine for the medicine of art, O+ empowers communities like Poughkeepsie to take control of their collective well-being at a time when the Congressional Budget Office predicts that 14 million people would lose coverage next year under the House bill dismantling the Affordable Care Act.
O+ Festivals are powered by volunteers. Those who wish to donate their talents as part of the inaugural O+ Poughkeepsie are asked to fill out this form.
This year’s other O+ Festivals will take place in Haverhill, Mass., and Kingston, N.Y., where the nonprofit is headquartered. Previous cities to host O+ Festivals have included San Francisco, Petaluma, Calif., Chicago and The Bronx.
For details about the national nonprofit, please email Kathleen Murray:firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR ENTRIES: 14TH ANNUAL ATHENS CULTURAL CENTER MEMBERS EXHIBITION: The Second Street Show
The Athens Cultural Center is celebrating our 14th Annual Members Exhibition. Talented regional artists will create a stunning salon style exhibit, co-curated by Lucy and Diane Michener, featuring professional and emerging artists. All participants must be current 2017 Athens Cultural Center members or become new members. The ACC gallery is located at 24 Second Street, Athens, NY.
Artists are invited to exhibit up to two works in any media although we are not able to accommodate ﬁlm at this time. Artwork drop off date is Saturday, April 1st from 1-4PM. The exhibition will open with an artists reception on Saturday, April 8th from 6-8PM and run through May 7th. There will be four awards presented at 7PM during the opening reception: the Directors Award carries a cash prize of $100; the Curators Choice Award receives a solo exhibition during the 2018 Second Street Show; Best Landscape in Show and Best in Show Awards each receive a one-year individual ACC membership.
Complete details can be found on the ACC website www.athensculturalcent
REQUEST FOR ART-Hudson River Housing
Middle Main Artistic Bike Rack
Issued: Friday, March 3rd, 2017
Due: Sunday, April 2nd, 2017
Hudson River Housing is seeking local artists to design bike racks for the Middle Main Poughkeepsie neighborhood (www.middlemain.com). The goals of the project are to: 1) create bicycle parking, 2) enhance the image of the Middle Main neighborhood, and 3) showcase the talent of local artists. Two proposals will be selected and the artists will each receive a $500 award. Preference will be given to artists who live or work in the Middle Main Poughkeepsie neighborhood and to designs that embody the spirit of this place. Artists are welcome to submit multiple proposals. Artists who wish to be considered must submit the application materials by the April 2nd deadline.
Two artistic bike racks will be installed at strategic locations along Main Street in the Middle Main neighborhood. (See map below for exact installation sites). Awards will be made by Friday, April 14th. Artists will then meet with fabricator to finalize designs. Bike racks will be fabricated by 4th State Metals, 194 Cottage St. Poughkeepsie, NY. Expected installation date is June, 2017. The City of Poughkeepsie will install the bike racks.
Concept and Design Criteria
The bicycle rack must meet the following requirements:
See attachment A for sample designs with dimensions
Main body of the rack will be fabricated from 3/4″ galvanized steel to resist against harsh weather, vandalism and tampering
● Main body of the rack can be maximum 70” long.
● The top of the rack can be a maximum of 36” tall.
● Except for the bicycle rack supporting brackets, the shortest section must be a minimum of 27” tall.
● The protruding or leading edge of the rack shall be a maximum of 27” above the sidewalk surface and may overhang a maximum of 12” in order to be perceived by pedestrians and avoid tripping hazards.
● The space between the rack features must be larger than 9” or smaller than 3.5” to avoid children trapping their heads.
● Must accommodate at least two bicycles upright by its frame
● Must allow bicycle frame and one of the wheels to be secured using a standard u-lock. Bicycles must be locked parallel to the rack and parallel to the curb, with wheels on the ground
● Must provide two locking points, at least 6 inches apart, above the bicycle’s center of gravity. Locking points must have a maximum thickness of 2” and a minimum thickness of 1”.
● Must have a gap near the bottom for pedal clearance
● Must have a base that can be flange (base plate) mounted.
● The design must not include sharp edges.
● The design should reflect or complement the unique character of the Middle Main neighborhood
● For more design considerations, please visit http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/www.apbp.org/resource/resmgr/Bicycle_Parking/EssentialsofBikeParking_FINA.pdf
✓ Rendering, including dimensions, of your bike rack design
✓ Full name, address, contact information, and a brief statement explaining your connection to the Middle Main Poughkeepsie neighborhood
✓ A statement of artistic experience such as a résumé or biographical statement
✓ Up to 3 examples of other artwork, if applicable
✓ A short description (100 words or less) of your overall concept and how it embodies the spirit of the Middle Main neighborhood
Submit the application materials by email or post, no later than 11:59 PM on Sunday, April 2nd, 2017 to email@example.com -or-
Hudson River Housing
ATTN: Anna Hermann
313 Mill Street
Questions? Call Anna Hermann at 845-454-5176 x119 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
SOLICITUD DE ARTE-Hudson River Housing
Portabicicletas artísticas de Middle Main
Emitido: jueves, 3 de marzo, 2017
Debido: domingo, 2 de abril, 2017
Hudson River Housing busca artistas para diseñar portabicicletas por la calle Main y el barrio de Middle Main (www.middlemain.com). Los objetivos de nuestro proyecto son 1) crear portabicicletas 2) mejorar la imagen del barrio de Middle Main 3) celebrar el talento de artistas locales. Seleccionáramos dos propuestas y los dos artistas recibirán un premio de $500. Nosotros preferiremos los artistas quien vive o trabaja en el barrio de Middle Main y también a los diseños que celebrar el espíritu de nuestro barrio. Artistas pueden entregar múltiples propuestas. Artistas quien quiere ser considerado deberían entregar los materiales de la aplicación antes del 2 de abril.
Descripción del proyecto
Instaláramos dos portabicicletas artísticas en lugares estratégicos por la calle Main dentro del barrio Middle Main. (Ve el mapa para los lugares específicos). Premiaremos los diseños antes del 14 de abril. Después de los premios, los artistas trabajaran con 4th State Metals, los fabricadores, para finalizar los diseños. Esperamos instilar los portabicicletas durante junio de 2017. La ciudad de Poughkeepsie instalará las portabicicletas.
Criterios de los conceptos y los diseños
Las portabicicletas necesitan siguen estos requisitos:
Ve al final del documento para ejemplos de diseños con dimensiones
Las portabicicletas fabricarán de ¾” acero galvanizado para resistir la clima y vandalismo
El largo de las portabicicletas debe ser no más que 70”
El alto de las portabicicletas debe ser no más que 36”
A excepción de las escuadres de la portabicicleta, la sección más bajo debe ser más alto de 27”
El borde sobresaliente o delantero del bastidor debe estar a un máximo de 27” por encima de la superficie de la acera y puede sobresalir un máximo de 12″ para ser percibido por los peatones y evitar los peligros de tropezar.
El espacio entre los partes de la portabicicleta deben ser más que 9” o menos que 3.5” para evitar que los niños entrapan sus cabezas
Debe acomodar a menos de dos bicicletas
Debe tener un base que puede ser montado
El diseño no debe incluir bordes afilados
El diseño debe reflectar o complementar la carácter única del barrio Middle Main
Para más consideraciones del diseño, por favor visite http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/www.apbp.org/resource/resmgr/Bicycle_Parking/EssentialsofBikeParking_FINA.pdf
Materiales de la Aplicación
Interpretación de su diesño de la portabicicleta que incluye dimensiones
Nombre completa, dirección, información para contacto, y una declaración breva que explica la conexión entre su portabicicleta y el barrio de Middle Main
Una declaración de su experiencia artística como un resume o declaración biográfica
No más que tres ejemplos de sus otras obras de arte, si son aplicables
Una declaración breva (100 palabros o menos) de su concepto y como lo personifica el espíritu del barrio Middle Main
Entregue los materiales de la aplicación desde correo o correo electrónico antes de 11:59 PM domingo, el 2 de abril, 2017 a email@example.com –o-
Hudson River Housing
ATTN: Anna Hermann
313 Mill Street
Llame a Anna a 845-454-5176 x 119 o mande un correo electrónico a firstname.lastname@example.org
2017 COLLEGE COLLECTIVE
SHOWCASING THE BEST IN COLLEGE BOOK ARTS, CERAMICS, AND PHOTOGRAPHY JUNE 16–JULY 25, 2017
Flower City Arts Center, formerly Genesee Center for the Arts and Education, is seeking original ceramic work, photography, prints, and books from emerging artists currently enrolled in a college program and/or alumni within two years of graduation. Mixed media work must be predominantly ceramic, photographic, print, or book-art related.
Open to all students currently enrolled in a college program or within two years post-graduation.
$35.00 for three images/entries, each additional image/entry is $5.00 (send detail images only when necessary). Attach information for additional entries to this submission form.
Over $900 in prize money. Best of Show awards will be given in each area and announced at the opening reception on Friday, June 16.
ABOUT THE JURORS
- Book Arts: Amelia Hugill-Fontanel is the Associate Curator at Melbert B. Cary, Jr. Graphic ArtsCollection at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY.
- Ceramics: Ben Carter is a studio potter in Santa Cruz, CA and hosts the Red Clay Rambler blog.He was named the 2016 Ceramic Artist of the Year by Ceramics Monthly. www.carterpottery.com
- Photography: Adrian Octavius Walker is a content creator specializing in portrait and lifestylephotography as well as assistant editing at VSCO in Oakland, CA. www.adrianowalker.comIMPORTANT DATES
- Entry Deadline (postmark & email): April 7
- Email Notification: Week of May 1
- Delivery of Accepted Work: May 22-27 Exhibition Dates: June 16–July 25
- Opening Reception: Friday, June 16 from 6pm–9pm
• Work must be “display-ready” upon arrival.
• All work must be available for sale.
• Installations are not accepted.
• Work will not be accepted if delivered by freight. (UPS, Fed Ex, or USPS only).
• Photography entries: work must not be larger than 24” in any dimension. Submissions must be
framed and ready to hang.
Submissions are accepted online via Submittable. Follow the link on our website to submit your files and pay the submission fee: www.rochesterarts.org/college-collective
- Participants are responsible for all shipping and insurance expenses to and from the gallery. Work must be sent in a substantial, reusable packing crate or box. Hand delivered work will also be accepted.
- Any artwork without pre-paid return that is not picked up after 14 days of the close of the show becomes the property of Flower City Arts Center.
Flower City Arts Center | 713 Monroe Avenue Rochester, NY 14607 | www.rochesterarts.org | 585-244-1730
CALL FOR ENTRY-” Time Will Tell “
We the People: Political Art in an Age of Discord
ENTRY DEADLINE: April 17, 2017
We the People: Political Art in an Age of Discord is a national juried art exhibition that invites artistic expressions of the political. Established and emerging artists are encouraged to submit artworks that engage with a variety of political themes and viewpoints, from the local to the global. Juror: To Be Announced.
Accepted Work Delivered to Barrett Art Center: June 19 – 21, 2017
No exceptions will be made for late deliveries.
Exhibition Dates: July 8 – August 12, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, July 8, 2017, 3:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Drawing, painting, pastel, printmaking, photography, digital art, sculpture, fiber, mixed-media works are eligible. We seek 2-D and 3-D artworks as well as small installations that can be accommodated in our atypical venue: the intimate galleries of our landmark 1840’s Greek Revival townhouse. Historically used as domestic spaces, our galleries provide a dramatic, visually-compelling presentation of contemporary and cutting-edge work.
55 NOXON STREET POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK, 12601
Pride & Prejudice *1
Dramatized by Jane Kendall
from the novel by Jane Austin
directed by David Rubenstein
Auditions will be held at:
the Coach House Theatre, 12 Augusta Street, Kingston, NY [directions]
Audition dates: April 17, 18 & 19 at 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Production dates: July 7, 8, 9, 14, 15 & 16
at the Coach House Theatre, 12 Augusta Street, Kingston, NY [directions]
Synopsis: Set in England during the approximate time of early 1800, five daughters of the Bennet family must be married off! Was ever a mother as put upon as Mrs. Bennet? Jane falls deeply in love with the wealthy Mr. Bingley, and it looks as if a romance is possible between Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy. But Mr. Darcy is a very proud young man and he is shocked by mama’s vulgar matchmaking! He not only leaves for London, but also manages to take Mr. Bingley with him. Jane is heartbroken. Finally, Mr. Darcy returns to propose to Elizabeth. She promptly refuses and berates him for taking Mr. Bingley away and hurting Jane. The attraction between Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy eventually triumphs over the pride of one and the prejudice of the other.
Characters needed: 5 men. 11 women. More details will be available in the future.
For more information contact the director: David Rubenstein
*1 Produced by special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing.
The Gallery Lev Shalem Call for Artist
The Gallery Lev Shalem at the Woodstock Jewish Congregation is calling for entries for Inner Journeys, a show of two dimensional art work, April 30-June 18, 2017
Call for Entry: 2017 Fall for Art Juried Show & Fundraiser
Applications Now On-line at www.fallforart.org
– Submission Deadline: April 30
Kingston, NY, February 28, 2017: The Call for Entries for Hudson Valley artists is on-line at www.fallforart.orgfor the 21st annual Jewish Federation of Ulster County’s Fall for Art popular art show and cocktail reception fundraiser. The deadline for submission is April 30 and the accepted artists will be notified on or about May 30. The event is scheduled for Thursday, September 7, 2017 at The Chateau in Kingston from 5:00-9:00pm.
This annual fundraising event, which in 2016 attracted more than 400 attendees and raised more than $24,000, supports many local not-for profits, including: the Hudson Valley Food Bank, Family of Woodstock, CASA, People’s Place, Angel Food East, Jewish Family Services, and area synagogues, among others. Thirty of the area’s leading professional artists will be featured at the 2017 juried Fall for Art event. On September 7th, representatives from The Kingston Library, this year’s special recipient, will be invited to select $1,000 worth of art from the show to be permanently exhibited at the Franklin Street facility.
Fall for Art is made possible thanks to the generous support of corporate and individual sponsors, patrons, ticket buyers and contributors. Sponsorships at various levels are still available and tickets will be on sale during the summer. Additional information about Fall for Art is available at: www.fallforart.org or from the Jewish Federation of Ulster County office at 845-338-8131.
Beyond the Barrel 2017
CALLING ALL ARTISTS
Deadline for Entry: 5pm Monday, May 1st
s to participate in the NACC’s 13th Annual Beyond the Barrel Exhibit: NF125, which celebrates the collective work of Niagara’s astounding artists and craftsmen, proving that Niagara has so much more to offer than what initially comes to mind. Our NF125 exhibit is envisioned as an exposition of artworks that celebrate the City of Niagara Falls 125th Anniversary by recognizing it’s beauty, history, renaissance, and civic pride.
This exhibit will feature Judges Michael Beam of the Castellani Art Museum, James Neiss, celebrated photographer for the Niagara Gazette, & Ally Spongr, Special Projects Director for the Niagara Falls National Heritage Area.
Artworks of all mediums and styles – two-dimensional and three-dimensional – are eligible for entry to this juried show.
Prizes will be awarded for the following:
o Award for Excellence in Sculpture $100.00,
o Award for Excellence in Painting $100.00,
o Award for Excellence in Mixed Media $100.00,
o The Barbara Maloney Tribute Award for Excellence in Photography, $100.00.
Suggested Themes: Niagara Falls, History, #LiveNF, State Park, Niagara Renaissance, Culture, Wonder of the World, Daredevils, Escarpment, Local Plants & Wildlife, Suspension Bridge, Niagara Heroes, Olmsted, Art Park, Gorge, Tourism, Honeymoon Capital, Waterways, City in the Parks, Hyde Park, Architecture, Natural Wonder.
Beyond the Barrel: NF125 Exhibition opens on Friday, May 5th, 2017 with an Artists’ Reception from 5 – 7 p.m. Awards will be presented at 6:30 p.m. The Exhibition will close on Aug 6th, 2017.
|If you have any questions about this exhibit, or need help submitting your artwork, please contact us at email@example.com or call 282-7530 ext 7!|
Call to Artists: Poughkeepsie Open Studios
Submit Your Film to Reel Expressions International Youth Film Festival!
Coach House Players: Variety Show
written and directed by Barbara Jones
Audition dates: July 10 & 11 at 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Production dates: August 25, 26, 27
Call to Artists: The 10th Annual Art Studio Views Tour
Looking for painters, sculptors, glass artists, ceramicists, photographers, and printmakers to participate in its Labor Day weekend event, Sept 2-3, 2017. If you have a studio in Hyde Park, Staatsburg, Rhinebeck, Red Hook, Tivoli or Germantown and are interested in either participating or learning more about the tour, please contact Joanna at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Little Shop of Horrors *2
by Alan Menken & Howard Ashman
Directed by Barbara E. Melzer
Audition dates: September 5 and 6 at 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Call back date: September 8 at 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Auditions will be held at:
the Coach House Theatre, 12 Augusta Street, Kingston, NY [directions]
Production dates: November 10, 11, 12, 17, 18 & 19
Synopsis: The meek floral assistant Seymour Krelborn stumbles across a new breed of plant he names “Audrey II” – after his coworker crush. This foul-mouthed, R&B-singing carnivore promises unending fame and fortune to the down and out Krelborn as long as he keeps feeding it, BLOOD. Over time, though, Seymour discovers Audrey II’s out of this world origins and intent towards global domination!
Characters needed: 6 men. 5 women.
(Cast List for Little Shop of Horrors)
- Seymour – twenties, insecure, and put upon. Tenor
- Audrey – twenties, blond, sexy, sweet. Soprano
- Mr. Mushnik – older, boss, failure as a florist. Tenor
- Orin- handsome dentist, egotist. Also plays Wino Two. Tenor
- The plant Audrey Two- a puppeteer is needed and plays Wino 1in the first scene.
- Voice of the plant – Think Rhythm and blues voice. Barry White
- Chiffon, Ronnette and Crystal – three singers who must be able to dance who function as the Greek Chorus. Sopranos.
- Also 1 female and 1 male for various small parts.
*2 Produced by special arrangement with Musical Theatre International (MTI)
Calling All Stars: Artists and Crafters
The Rhinebeck Jewish Center is looking for Arts and Craftspeople to showcase their work at the Spring Arts Show & Sale*. Sunday, April 30th from 12-5pm.
Acceptable media include painting, photography, woodworking, small sculpture, fiber arts and handmade items.
Please e-mail contact Info, website &/or images of your work, info about medium & price range to:
Lisa Pinto: email@example.com or Sue Greenberg: firstname.lastname@example.org
*The Rhinebeck Jewish Center Community Event Series was created to build a bond and strong sense of community in Northern Dutchess County; bringing together diverse people to gather and enjoy a variety of experiences.
2017 Summer Invitational Exhibition Opportunities
We encourage artists looking for residency opportunities to see the Alliance of Artists Communities webpage – a terrific resource for all artistic genres.
Creative Capital Blog –Upcoming Residency and Fellowship Opportunities
We’re Hiring! Thomas Cole: National Historic Site
Join the fundraising efforts to continue to grow and develop our community of supporters.
Lead tours and school programs, provide gallery coverage, and participate in other visitor activities at the historic site
Visitor Center Manager
Manage the Visitor Center operations and create a welcoming and responsive environment for visitors
Visitor Center Associate
Support Visitor Center operations and create a welcoming and responsive environment for visitors and participate in other visitor activities at the site.
Now Hiring: Mill Street Loft + Spark Media Project
Director of Development
Mill Street Loft + Spark Media Project
Poughkeepsie, New York
Organization is seeking a Director of Development to work closely with Executive Director, senior staff and Board of Directors in meeting annual fundraising goals, and to represent organization in advancing these goals in the community and with funders. This is a full-time position offering medical and dental benefits, and others. Apply by March 30. Click here for full job description and how to apply.
Would you like to work at The Ashokan Center?
We need a Caretaker, First Cook, Dishwasher/Prep Cook and Program Instructors
Click for information:
YOUR PERSONAL RESIDENCY IN MEXICO
Superb live/work studio space
for artists & writers
This spring or summer you can finish a manuscript, prepare for a show, collect your thoughts, and plan your next body of work
Located on Lake Chapala, Mexico’s largest lake, nestled in a ring of mountains with colorful fishing villages strung like pearls along the north shore where a slower pace of life awaits you. Beat the heat and humidity and paint or write to your heart’s content.
Reserve a private studio apartment where you can focus on your creative work and enjoy our gorgeous scenery and perfect year-round climate.
Equipment Available: Cress sample kiln, professional easel, 33″ floor loom (summer residencies)
More information about rates & availability: www.360xochiquetzal.com/person
Thomas Cole National Historic Site: We’re Hiring, Come Join Our Team!
Working at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site is to be part of a team of excited and committed professionals, each with his or her own role to play in realizing our collective goals of regenerating Cole’s revolutionary creativity so that it touches people’s lives today. Please review the opportunities to join our team and we look forward to welcoming you aboard.
FULL TIME OPENING
Join the fundraising efforts to continue to grow and develop our community of supporters. The organization has experienced tremendous growth over the last decade, and faces extraordinary opportunities for continued growth in the coming years.
2017 FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
The final deadline for applications is this coming Wednesday, February 15. Fellows have a chance to conduct primary research on a topic chosen with the site, and directed by their own interest, and may select to work on site-wide projects ranging from art historical exhibitions, contemporary installations, collection management, education, publication, development, and interpretation.
Visitor Center Associate
April 17-November 5
Support Visitor Center operations and create a welcoming and responsive environment for visitors. Provide gallery coverage, lead tours and school programs as needed and participate in other visitor activities at the historic site.
the LandLab Residency 2017
The LandLab residency invites professional artists to create projects which operate on the platforms of artistic creation, ecological restoration and education. Improving the health of our environment is one of the greatest challenges the world faces today. In an effort to create innovative solutions, The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education and the Center for Emerging Visual Artists (CFEVA) will work with a panel to select 3 artists or artist teams to work with members of the environmental community (ecologists, educators, restoration professionals) to create innovative, engaging works focusing on solutions to ecological challenges faces in the Philadelphia region.
The Schuylkill Center inspires meaningful connections between people and nature by using our forests and fields as a living laboratory. The Center for Emerging Visual Artists provides career development services for professional visual artists, helps artists reach their audiences, and promotes interest in and understanding of the visual arts among citizens of the Philadelphia region. Together and through this first residency of its kind in Philadelphia, we invite artists to engage audiences in the processes of scientific investigation, artistic creation, and ecological stewardship as they create an innovative, art-based installation that prevents or remediates environmental damage.
LandLab seeks artists engaged in environmental exploration and discovery, who work well collaboratively across disciplines, have a working understanding and awareness of the ecology of Eastern Pennsylvania region, and are committed to deepening public awareness of environmental issues.
Three paid residencies, taking place from Summer 2017 – Summer 2018, will grant selected artists resources and space on the Schuylkill Center’s 340-acre property to create public artworks that prevent or remediate environmental damage.
Deadline to Apply: March 15
Click here for more information.
Apply Today for 360 Xochi Quetzal Artist Residency in Mexico
360 XOCHI QUETZAL is a FREE artist & writer’s residency located on Lake Chapala, Mexico. International writers, playwrights, visual artists, fiber artists, filmmakers, photographers, new media artists, dancers and musicians are all welcome to apply for a free 1-month residency.
Applications for Winter 2017 Residency are due July 30, 2017
through CAFÉ www.callforentry.org
Residency Dates: December 14, 2017 – January 13, 2018
We also have a personal residency program for artists and writers who need longer periods of creative time (1 – 4 months) beginning this May. For descriptions of live/work spaces:www.360xochiquetzal.com
For more information: www.360xochiquetzal.com/
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3D Fabrication Studio & Textile Technology Studio Residency Program 2017
Workshops at Arts Mid-Hudson
Barrett Art Center: Saturday with the Figure
Saturday, March 18
10 a.m. – 5 p .m.
A full day with a male and female figure, any media welcome. Space must be reserved in advance.
Barrett Art Center: Figure Drawing Lab with William Noonan
Thursdays: March 9 & 23. 3:00 – 5:30 p.m.
First class FREE through the end of March
Looking for a fun summer workshop for youth who love theatre, singing and/or dancing? Our inspirational programs will fill their summer with the Musical Theatre, Drama, or Rising Young Professional experience they are looking for. Choose from our 7 Summer Workshops presented on this page and join us for 1, 2, 3 or 4 weeks; or for the whole summer.
In our workshops filled with fun, wonderful new friends and personal growth, all campers will enjoy their time with our top-notched staff from the theatre world and theatrical mainstays in education such as Carnegie Mellon University, Manhattan School of Music, Hartt, LIU C.W. Post and more. With comfortable air-conditioned studios and daily outdoor time for lunch & relaxation, each workshop meets from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m..
Take a look at our Summer Workshops, and when you’ve found the program that looks right for your family member, print up the application and send it in, or contact us so that we can answer any questions you might have. A NYCA Summer is the ultimate time to share the fun of acting, singing & dancing with friends that you’ll keep as you travel along your personal path in the theatre world and/or through life.
Additional information available at: http://www.nyca.org/summer-performing-arts-workshops
Barrett Art Center: Oil Painting with William Noonan
Thursdays, 9:30 a.m. to Noon
For painters who are looking to improve their basic understanding of the medium.
Beginners to advanced
Summer Camp for the New York Conservatory for the Arts (NYCA) in Hurley, NY.
We are offering 4 different time slots that will allow students/parents the opportunity to go to camp 1-4 weeks! Visit http://www.nyca.org/summer-performing-arts-workshops for information on the enrichment in the area of the arts and performance.
There are many opportunities during these camps for the campers to work directly with professional actors and perform on stage! Our older students have the opportunity to apprentice in the field of theater, at the Woodstock Playhouse.
Next week, students that auditioned for Troupe,will begin their travels to Disney, in order to perform. Besides this
wonderful trip, the year of study has three culminating performances that our local families may enjoy too!
“Cinderella! Cinderella!” will be performed at the Woodstock Playhouse on Saturday, March 11th
An adaptations of “Alice in Wonderland” and “Nobody Believes in Witches” will be performed by our young actors at NYCA, April 8th & 9th
“Seussical the Musical” will include the entire student body of NYCA, plus some additional actors brought in for the adult roles, June 2-4, at The Woodstock Playhouse!
Classes/Workshops at Woodstock School of Art
Click HERE for class schedule and registration
Art Centro Mid-Hudson Heritage Center
Click HERE for class schedule and registration
Artist Live/Work Space
Workspace in Fishkill
Studio space available for Art Instructors to teach classes. Looking for all types of instructors. Fine art, drawing, photography etc. Location: 1012 Main Street, Fishkill
For more information Please call or email John Yoo mainphotoandframing.com
HUGE ARTIST LIVE/WORK LOFT W/ ROOF TERRACE (downtown Poughkeepsie)
$1750 / 3br – 2200ft2
Available March 1st….Huge Work/live loft available , on 2rd floor in renovated circa 1870 historic building in the heart of the scenic Hudson Valley 65 miles north of NYC in downtown Poughkeepsie, NY. Building comprises of 8 lofts & 2 commercial spaces on Ground floor; Artists Palate Bistro & Canvas Venue. Friendly neighbors, Professionals, Creatives, etc. Near Colleges, Hospitals, IBM, Culinary Institute, Restaurants, Library, Post Office, Stores, etc Bicycle Friendly…
HEAT INCLUDED IN RENT
Beautiful entrance Lobby & stairway….
Good light, Lots of windows & Large skylight , quiet back of building : ) 14′ x 18′ private terrace
Beautifully restored original hardwood floors, exposed brick walls, granite countertops
Great lighting, (track lights, pendants, dimmers throughout)
Open Kitchen w/new appliances including: fridge and stove, dishwasher, garbage disposal, ceiling fans, exhaust hood.
Coin operated laundry facilities one floor up
Served by small freight elevator, approx 4’x6’x6′ box. Good for 500 lbs, but not for passengers.
Security video-intercom system
Renovated by owner architect with much attention to detail. A beautiful unique loft in a great building.
To Inquire or visit Loft TEXT Steve at 845-380-4733 or reply by email thru the craigslist posting at https://hudsonvalley.craigslist.org/apa/5996257482.html.
Beautiful live/work historic townhouse
Beautiful Live / Work Historic Townhouse
• Fully-renovated 2,400SF four-story brick townhouse
• Union St Historic District
• Enormous parlor
• Two-and-a-half bedrooms
• Flexible living space for up to 4 people
• Light-filled attic work / storage space; ideal art studio
• Huge English-basement kitchen with granite countertops,
lots of cabinets, and heated Italian stone floor
• Two beautiful bathrooms / one with clawfoot tub
• Sliding glass doors from kitchen to patio
• Wooden privacy fence
• High-efficiency heat and hot water; whole-house fans in attic
• Walk to Metro North / Amtrak and all downtown amenities—restaurants, post office, business and government offices
$2,000 / month; tenant pays utilities
mobile: 1.646.508.5687 land:1.718.596.4505
ArtCondo (www.ArtCondo.com) is a real estate initiative that helps artists and creative businesses purchase professional timeshares, raw commercial workspaces and/or live/work lofts in NYC. Artists, gallery owners, foundations, residencies, creative businesses and non-profits are all eligible to participate. National and international artists can own one month professional timeshares to create, exhibit and sell their art “wares” in the NYC marketplace. ArtCondo gathers creative people together to form buying groups to leverage their collective buying power to purchase space collectively. Spaces will be raw industrial spaces with concrete construction and a freight elevator, and can be used as visual art studios, music and rehearsal studios, exhibition spaces, art storage, collaborations, classes or workshops and other forms of creative businesses. Spaces vary in size. Groups and collectives are encouraged to apply together. Sign up at www.ArtCondo.com to learn more and receive updates.
Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation
Click here for Fall Grant Deadlines
Naomi Winston Scholarship
In honor of Naomi Winston, an annual scholarship has been established and made available, through the National Society of Arts and Letters, to young visual artists between the ages of 16 and 22. Applicants must demonstrate exceptional talent and promise of future success. The scholarship funds are only for private study, for special training or for personal advancement in the applicant’s art medium. They can be used for workshops, museum programs, summer programs, etc. The funds are not for college tuition, housing or travel. The maximum amount awarded to an applicant is $5,000. In most years as many as eight to ten scholarships are awarded in varying amounts.
Deadline February 1, 2017
Individual Support Grants- The Adolf & Esther Gottlieb Foundation
The Foundation wishes to encourage artists who have dedicated their lives to developing their art, regardless of their level of commercial success. This program was conceived in order to recognize and support the serious, fully-committed artist, and we hope these individuals will consider applying. Twelve grants are awarded each year. Applications are reviewed by a panel of five professionals in the arts who have no affiliation with the Foundation.
Click here for full details
Deadline: December 15
At the Roxbury Arts Center
6:00 – 8:00 pm
Artists of all disciplines are welcome.
Free Event- preregistration recommended
The Actors Fund’s Artists Health Insurance Resource Center (AHIRC) knows about healthy artists. They’ve been connecting people who work in the arts around the country to health insurance and affordable health care since 1998. With the advent of Health Care Reform, we’ll all need to be insured. AHIRC exists to help people in the arts across the country to navigate the process of getting health insurance.
Join us at the Roxbury Arts Center to speak with James Brown, National Director of Health Services, of the Actors Fund. This one-on-one consultation will help you understand the Affordable Care Act and give you clear, step-by-step guidance on what your options are and how to get the most affordable coverage. Find out if you’re eligible for free insurance or subsidies. This is an excellent opportunity for unbiased counseling.
We ask that you call or email to let us know that you will be attending so we can be prepared with snacks and proper information for everyone!
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