Creative News & Opportunities

Creative News & Opportunities
  • Studio Space available in Cornwall

    Posted on: May 11th, 2018
    Artists studio space available for rent in Cornwall NY! The first is 450 sq. feet with windows facing east for $300/month and is available now. The second studio is 600 sq. feet with windows facing east and is $400/month plus utilities and is available in September 2018. Please send all inquiries to Viven at vcollens@aol.com and include a blurb about you and your intention for the space.
  • Mother Earth Call for Artists

    Posted on: May 7th, 2018
    Our Mother. Our Earth. As a recent politician said, “There is no Plan B.” We need to understand and own what we are doing to our environment. Environmental groups are rising en masse. Think about that for a minute, or two. The corporations and politicians are reckless in destroying our beautiful earth for profit. We are asking you, as someone who sees beyond profits and bribes, what Mother Earth means to you. You can conjure up your feelings and perceptions through art in a way that the paper pushers can’t understand. Tell us what Mother Earth means to you. Tell them what they are doing to Mother Earth. Tell us all what we will be missing when it will be destroyed, because there is no other world we can escape to. This call for submissions is about our environment, our planet and our Mother. Give us your best. DEADLINE FOR THIS CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: May 14, 2018 Open international art calls are open to all local, domestic, national and international professional and amateur artists. All art mediums will be considered in this call for submissions, from photography, wall sculpture, ceramics, fabric, mixed media, all paintings and drawings including, oil, acrylic, pastels, ink, graphite, etc. Cost: $35 for 3 entries, $5 for additional entries. Online Exhibition Go to: https://linusgallery.com/call-for-entries/mother-earth-call-for-submissions-deadline-may-14-2018/
  • New Deadline: June 6th for Art in the Park 2018

    Posted on: May 7th, 2018 | Deadline Date: June 6th, 2018
    New Deadline: June 6th for Art in the Park 2018 Description: CALL FOR ARTISTS: New Artist application deadline is June6th! Port Jervis Tourism Board, in conjunction with the River Valley Artists Guild, seeks artists to participate in Art in the Park 2018, a day of fine art in Port Jervis' historic downtown Orange Square. The exhibition features artists displaying and selling their original two- and three-dimensional creations and personally-designed and crafted functional fine art in a beautiful park setting. Saturday, June 16, 10am-4pm | Rain Date: Sunday, June 17, 10am-4pm Historic Orange Square, Veterans Memorial Park, 35 S. Broome St., Port Jervis, NY For submission guidelines, questions, or concerns, please call Schill at (845) 856-6741 or go to www.portjervisny.org/citybusiness/tourism-board or www.rivervalleyartistsguildofportjervis.com
  • Get Involved with OCNY Pride

    Posted on: April 30th, 2018
    We're getting ready for the OCNY Pride event on June 10th. Meet new friends, make art, support our local LGBTQ community. Contact, Melissa Shaw-Smith. mshawsmith@mac.com
  • Cornerstone Theatre Arts, Inc. Individual Audition

    Posted on: April 25th, 2018
    Cornerstone Theatre Arts Open Audition Call for Actor Cornerstone Theatre Arts, Inc. located in Goshen, NY seeks Antipholus of Ephesus for our July 2018 production of The Comedy of Errors. - Looking for Male in 30's to 40's. Around 6 feet tall. Good comedic timing. Can find the comedy in the more "serious" version of his twin. Synopsis of Show: Two sets of twins are separated from their parents and each other in infancy. One set of twins decides to travel and end up in Ephesus which happens to be where the other set of twins lives. As soon as they arrive they are confused to be the other set of twins and a raucous comedy ensues as their arrival causes social chaos in the town with their mistaken identities. Interested actors should email Artistic Director Ken Tschan directly at kentschan@hotmail.com This is a stipend paying role. Show dates are July 21,22,28,29 performed at Salesian Park, Goshen NY. Benedict Hudson directs the production.
  • 2018 Summer Theater Intensive Registration

    Posted on: April 23rd, 2018
    Greenwood Lake, NY - Venue TBD July 23rd-August 3rd / 9am-5pm Develop your acting, singing, dancing and technical theater skills and perform in Oliver! alongside our professional Equity company Info/registration here: http://www.greenwoodlaketheater.org/2018-summer-intensive.html
  • Call for Artists to host Studio Talks

    Posted on: April 18th, 2018
    Looking for Orange County artists to co-host a Studio Talk in their space with the Orange County Arts Council throughout the coming months! We have been collaborating with local artists to invite the community into their spaces and connect everyone in an engaging and thought-provoking way. Studio Talks usually consist of a demo, a slideshow, a walk through, or a Q&A. Interested? Call or email us for more info.
  • Art Mentor Position

    Posted on: April 13th, 2018
    NOW HIRING!!!! The Arc of Orange County has an Art Mentor position open in their Community Builders Day Program located in Middletown, NY. The Art Mentor will have a primary responsibility of leading and instructing art classes for adults with developmental disabilities. The staff partners with the individuals they support and play an integral role in fulfilling our mission to create an environment that supports and advocates for people of all ages with unique abilities and challenges so they can live as respected, valued members of the community. Additional responsibilities may include: providing support to adults with developmental and physical disabilities, assisting people served in completion of activities of daily living including; job skills, grooming, eating, and transportation as needed. Full-time with great benefits, on-the-job training, and a supportive work environment. For more info, follow link.
  • “Florals” Juried Group Exhibit

    Posted on: April 9th, 2018 | Deadline Date: April 14th, 2018
    Open to all media- work must be framed and wired, size limit 36×48, limit of 3 works per artist! artworks must be submitted for jurying no later than April 14th All work MUST be dropped off no later than April 30th. $25 hang fee for each accepted work. • Reception May 5, 5-7pm, exhibit May 1-30 • To enter work, email 1-3 jpegs to wallkillriverschool@gmail.com or drop off framed works with prospectus for jurying. • Artwork will be juried by an award-winning floral painter • Accepted artwork will be acknowledged by email by April 15 1st Prize valued at $300, 2nd Prize valued at $200 and 3rd Prize valued at $100 For full info or to submit, visit http://static.ow.ly/docs/Florals-Juried-Exhibit-Prospectus-2018%20(4)_7vqj.pdf
  • Juried Small Works Exhibition

    Posted on: April 9th, 2018 | Deadline Date: July 1st, 2018
    We are looking for artists interested in exhibiting wall artworks 12”x12” or smaller. Show will hang for four month period including holiday season. For full info or to submit, visit https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/52d223_23d710e86c394845a8647cd9f4265efd.pdf
  • Art Exhibit: Call for High School/College Students

    Posted on: April 2nd, 2018 | Deadline Date: May 1st, 2018
    CALL FOR ARTISTS! As a 2015 Cornwall Central High School graduate, I want to give back to my community by offering high school and college art students a night to exhibit their art. We are open to any medium including, but not limited to - paintings, drawings, graphic design work, photography and sculpture. This is an opportunity to showcase your achievements, add to your resume and portfolio, and show colleges that you have participated in an art exhibit. If you would like to partake in the event, email your submissions to carley.nielsen@aol.com, with a picture of the art you would like to have on display, the dimensions, title, medium and if you are willing to sell, the price. Please include a short bio as well. Submissions will be accepted until May 1st. Space is limited
  • Call for Entries – Shawangunk Day Art Show

    Posted on: March 26th, 2018 | Deadline Date: July 31st, 2018
    CALL FOR ENTRIES - There will be an Art Show as part of the Walker Valley Shawangunk Day event. They are looking for local artists to show & sell scenes from Shawangunk and the immediate surrounding areas. There is NO CHARGE to display and sell your art, however your accepted application is a commitment to show at the event. The date of the Art Show is Saturday, August 18, 2018, and SPACE IS LIMITED. For more detailed info, see the Art Show Participant Guidelines and Application attached. To apply, complete these and return to equimby@wasmithandson.com as soon as possible if you would like to participate.
  • Call for Entries – Washington Printmakers Gallery

    Posted on: March 26th, 2018 | Deadline Date: May 31st, 2018
    CALL FOR ENTRIES - the 21st Annual National Small Works Exhibition by the Washington Printmakers Gallery, Washington DC. See flyer for full details or visit http://www.washingtonprintmakers.com/2018-national-small-works-competition-and-exhibition/
  • OCAC Executive Director

    Posted on: March 16th, 2018
    The Orange County Arts Council (“OCAC”) is a New York 501(c)(3) not-for-profit formed in 2007. The Arts Council is a non-governmental organization. The Arts Council is governed by an involved Board of Directors that currently meets monthly to oversee the operations, management, and direction of the OCAC. The Board believes that there are significant growth opportunities for the OCAC within the County and the ideal candidate will come prepared with ideas for assessment and expansion. The Arts Council’s mission is to champion the arts, connect artists with audiences, and foster the growth of the county's creative resources. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (“ED”) has strategic and operational responsibility for OCAC’s staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. The ED will lead and manage fundraising operations and will build and deepen relationships with existing and new constituents. The Executive Director must share the values, mission, and vision of OCAC including a dedication to developing community arts programs, institutional membership, and broad partnerships.
  • HVAA 85th Annual National Juried Exhibition, Call for Artists

    Posted on: February 8th, 2018 | Deadline Date: March 31st, 2018
    HUDSON VALLEY ART ASSOCIATION, 85th Annual National Juried Exhibition, at The Lyme Art Association Gallery, Old Lyme, CT. Deadline For Entry March 31st 2018. JURY OF AWARDS: Sculpture: Bruno Lucchesi; Oil: Don Demers; Watercolor: Tim Saternow; Drawing/Graphics/Pastel: Edgar Jerins. Work must be original Oil (Acrylic/ Tempera), Watercolor, Sculpture, Pastel or Graphic (drawing, intaglio, lithograph, or woodcut print). In the spirit of the Hudson River School of art tradition, the HVAA Annual Exhibition jurors are looking for submissions which are original representational images that display aesthetic appeal and technical skill. CALENDAR; Sat. 3/31/18 Entry deadline; Tues. 5/1/18 Notification to artists; Sat/ Sun. 6/9/-6/10/18 Receiving day 10AM-5 PM; Fri. 6/15/18 Show opens to the public; Sat. 6/23/18 Awards Reception 5:30-7:30 PM; Sat/ Sun. 8/4-8/5 2018 Removal of work. Please visit https://www.hudsonart.org/copy-of-84th-annual-info for more information and to enter.
  • 10 Minute Play Festival

    Posted on: January 29th, 2018
    Orange County Arts Council is seeking original 10-minute theatrical plays, screenplays, or scenes to be presented as script-in-hand readings only as part of a Ten Minute Play Festival being held on Thursday, July 12 at Warwick Performing Arts Center to help celebrate the Warwick Summer Arts Festival. Up to ten plays will be selected and performed from among the submissions. The focus of this event is on the voice of the Orange County playwright. Submission Deadline: Friday, June 1 Selections Announced: Friday, June 15 For full details or to submit, please visit: https://orangecountynyartscouncil.submittable.com/submit/110660/ten-minute-play-festival-2018-entries
  • DUSKLIT: CALL FOR INTERACTIVE ART

    Posted on: January 29th, 2018 | Deadline Date: March 2nd, 2018
    Festival Date: Saturday, August 11, 6-10pm The Seligmann Homestead 23-26 White Oak Drive, Sugar Loaf, NY 10981 www.DUSKLIT.com CALL FOR ART DUSKLIT is the East Coast's one night interactive art festival. With twilight as a backdrop, DUSKLIT features over 25 immersive installations, performances, and site-specific environments. Artists are encouraged to submit proposals for a roving performance/installation, or a stationary 10 x 10' environment/installation/performance. Proposals must consider visitor engagement, inviting visitors to participate rather than spectate. Collaboration is encouraged. DUSKLIT is curated by artists Cody Rounds and Olivia Baldwin. Past DUSKLIT projects include all media, from site-specific dance and sound art to life-size kinetic sculpture, VR, interactive plays, wearable art, sensory deprivation chambers, and many other offerings. See www.DUSKLIT.com for past festivals. The Sight: DUSKLIT is presented on the historic Seligmann Homestead, Sugar Loaf, New York. Once home to the Surrealist Kurt Seligmann, the 55-acre property carries a history of art and magic, and bears the mark of 20th Century mavericks Marcel Duchamp, Kay Sage, Alexander Calder, Dorothea Tanning, Robert Motherwell, and Max Ernst, among others. Deadline: Friday, March 2, 2018, 11:59pm EST The application is free January 26 through February 14. A $20 fee will apply to applications submitted on or after February 15.
  • Open Call for Art: HVAA Annual Juried Exhibition

    Posted on: January 29th, 2018
    HUDSON VALLEY ART ASSOCIATION 85th Annual National Juried Exhibition At The Lyme Art Association Gallery Old Lyme CT June 15th to August 4th 2018 CLICK HERE FOR ENTRY FORM AND PROSPECTUS Deadline For Entry March 31st 2018 We are proud to announce our honored award jurors for this years show : JURY OF AWARDS Sculpture: Bruno Lucchesi Oil: Don Demers Watercolor: Tim Saternow Drawing/Graphics/Pastel: Edgar Jerins Jury Statement: In the spirit of the Hudson River School of art tradition, the HVAA Annual Exhibition jurors are looking for submissions which are original representational images that display aesthetic appeal and technical skill. You are welcome to view previously accepted artworks from our 2017 exhibition here 2018 CALENDAR Sat. 3/31/18 Entry deadline Tues. 5/1/18 Notification to artists Sat/ Sun. 6/9/-6/10/18 Receiving day 10AM-5 PM Fri. 6/15/18 Show opens to the public Sat. 6/23/18 Awards Reception 5:30-7:30 PM Sat/ Sun. 8/4-8/5 2018 Removal of work -10-5pm ENTRY FEE: Members: Entry fee is included with paid dues $35. Second entry is $10 Non-members: $45 for first entry and $10 for second
  • OPEN CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

    Posted on: January 11th, 2018
    OPEN CALL FOR APPLICATIONS TO SHANDAKEN: STORM KING OPENS JANUARY 10, 2018 Shandaken Projects and Storm King Art Center are pleased to announce that applications to the fourth season of Shandaken: Storm King are now being accepted through February 12, 2018. More information and applications are available at www.shandakenprojects.org/storm-king/apply. This program was formerly known as The Shandaken Project at Storm King. Shandaken: Storm King offers residents the opportunity to focus exclusively on process, and is open to cultural producers of all disciplines. Over 50 artists have been awarded residencies since this collaboration began in 2015. These former residents have worked in and across media like sculpture, video, photography, performance, poetry, music, and creative and critical writing. The residency, offered at no cost to participants, follows a process-focused model—giving preference to experimentation, research, and risk-taking in the studio. Residents work in private studios on Storm King’s 500-acre site, with access to the world-renowned landscape and collection. They are given free room and board, including a CSA share from nearby, organic Blooming Hill Farm, as well as free studio space. Shandaken: Storm King will award 15 to 20 residencies as part of the 2018 season, which takes place from June 4 to September 30. Residencies are two, four or six weeks in length, with three artists on site at a time. This intimate scale encourages dialogue between residents, while also allowing for intense focus on individual practice. Artists are each given a simple, private studio and are housed together on Storm King’s site. This collaboration between Storm King and Shandaken Projects receives major support from The Pollock-Krasner Foundation as well as The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. These significant grants were awarded to Storm King in August and November of 2016, respectively, to support the residency program in 2017 and 2018. The grant from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts will also support Storm King’s Outlooks exhibition series, which invites an emerging or mid-career artist to create a site-specific piece at Storm King on view for a single season.
  • 2018 Community Arts Grants

    Posted on: November 28th, 2017
    ORANGE COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL 2018 Community Arts Grants The Orange County Arts Council 2018 Community Arts Grants (the “Community Arts Grants”) are designed to encourage new and more abundant arts and culture opportunities in Orange County. The Community Arts Grants will be administered by the Orange County Arts Council (the “Arts Council”) and funded through individual donations made to the Arts Council from donors and sponsors, including a generous gift from the Wesley-Krueger Family Foundation, a gift from Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union and a gift from Walden Savings Bank. AMOUNT TO BE AWARDED: Community Arts Grants to be awarded will range in amount from $750.00 to $1,500.00. APPLICATION PROCESS AND DEADLINE: Applications are submitted online. Applications must be completed and submitted on-line before Friday, February 16, 2018 at 11:59 EST. All successfully submitted online applications must include a completed budget form. Details for uploading the budget form are found within the online application. The application consists of the following components: Applicant information; Narrative or Project description, including a description of the Project's impact on the community; Budget form (please download and use ours); Applicant resume or CV (or organization background, if applicable); Community impact; Proof of residency in Orange County ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT: All applicants are strongly encouraged to discuss an opportunity before submitting an application. For technical assistance or questions regarding the grant itself, please call Dawn Ansbro or Sarah Grace Long at 845-469-9168 or email dawn@ocartscouncil.org or sglong@ocartscouncil.org.
  • Cornerstone Theatre Arts, Inc. Individual Audition

    Posted on: April 25th, 2018
    Cornerstone Theatre Arts Open Audition Call for Actor Cornerstone Theatre Arts, Inc. located in Goshen, NY seeks Antipholus of Ephesus for our July 2018 production of The Comedy of Errors. - Looking for Male in 30's to 40's. Around 6 feet tall. Good comedic timing. Can find the comedy in the more "serious" version of his twin. Synopsis of Show: Two sets of twins are separated from their parents and each other in infancy. One set of twins decides to travel and end up in Ephesus which happens to be where the other set of twins lives. As soon as they arrive they are confused to be the other set of twins and a raucous comedy ensues as their arrival causes social chaos in the town with their mistaken identities. Interested actors should email Artistic Director Ken Tschan directly at kentschan@hotmail.com This is a stipend paying role. Show dates are July 21,22,28,29 performed at Salesian Park, Goshen NY. Benedict Hudson directs the production.
  • 10 Minute Play Festival

    Posted on: January 29th, 2018
    Orange County Arts Council is seeking original 10-minute theatrical plays, screenplays, or scenes to be presented as script-in-hand readings only as part of a Ten Minute Play Festival being held on Thursday, July 12 at Warwick Performing Arts Center to help celebrate the Warwick Summer Arts Festival. Up to ten plays will be selected and performed from among the submissions. The focus of this event is on the voice of the Orange County playwright. Submission Deadline: Friday, June 1 Selections Announced: Friday, June 15 For full details or to submit, please visit: https://orangecountynyartscouncil.submittable.com/submit/110660/ten-minute-play-festival-2018-entries
  • “Florals” Juried Group Exhibit

    Posted on: April 9th, 2018 | Deadline Date: April 14th, 2018
    Open to all media- work must be framed and wired, size limit 36×48, limit of 3 works per artist! artworks must be submitted for jurying no later than April 14th All work MUST be dropped off no later than April 30th. $25 hang fee for each accepted work. • Reception May 5, 5-7pm, exhibit May 1-30 • To enter work, email 1-3 jpegs to wallkillriverschool@gmail.com or drop off framed works with prospectus for jurying. • Artwork will be juried by an award-winning floral painter • Accepted artwork will be acknowledged by email by April 15 1st Prize valued at $300, 2nd Prize valued at $200 and 3rd Prize valued at $100 For full info or to submit, visit http://static.ow.ly/docs/Florals-Juried-Exhibit-Prospectus-2018%20(4)_7vqj.pdf
  • Juried Small Works Exhibition

    Posted on: April 9th, 2018 | Deadline Date: July 1st, 2018
    We are looking for artists interested in exhibiting wall artworks 12”x12” or smaller. Show will hang for four month period including holiday season. For full info or to submit, visit https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/52d223_23d710e86c394845a8647cd9f4265efd.pdf
  • OCAC Executive Director

    Posted on: March 16th, 2018
    The Orange County Arts Council (“OCAC”) is a New York 501(c)(3) not-for-profit formed in 2007. The Arts Council is a non-governmental organization. The Arts Council is governed by an involved Board of Directors that currently meets monthly to oversee the operations, management, and direction of the OCAC. The Board believes that there are significant growth opportunities for the OCAC within the County and the ideal candidate will come prepared with ideas for assessment and expansion. The Arts Council’s mission is to champion the arts, connect artists with audiences, and foster the growth of the county's creative resources. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (“ED”) has strategic and operational responsibility for OCAC’s staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. The ED will lead and manage fundraising operations and will build and deepen relationships with existing and new constituents. The Executive Director must share the values, mission, and vision of OCAC including a dedication to developing community arts programs, institutional membership, and broad partnerships.
  • 10 Minute Play Festival

    Posted on: January 29th, 2018
    Orange County Arts Council is seeking original 10-minute theatrical plays, screenplays, or scenes to be presented as script-in-hand readings only as part of a Ten Minute Play Festival being held on Thursday, July 12 at Warwick Performing Arts Center to help celebrate the Warwick Summer Arts Festival. Up to ten plays will be selected and performed from among the submissions. The focus of this event is on the voice of the Orange County playwright. Submission Deadline: Friday, June 1 Selections Announced: Friday, June 15 For full details or to submit, please visit: https://orangecountynyartscouncil.submittable.com/submit/110660/ten-minute-play-festival-2018-entries
  • DUSKLIT: CALL FOR INTERACTIVE ART

    Posted on: January 29th, 2018 | Deadline Date: March 2nd, 2018
    Festival Date: Saturday, August 11, 6-10pm The Seligmann Homestead 23-26 White Oak Drive, Sugar Loaf, NY 10981 www.DUSKLIT.com CALL FOR ART DUSKLIT is the East Coast's one night interactive art festival. With twilight as a backdrop, DUSKLIT features over 25 immersive installations, performances, and site-specific environments. Artists are encouraged to submit proposals for a roving performance/installation, or a stationary 10 x 10' environment/installation/performance. Proposals must consider visitor engagement, inviting visitors to participate rather than spectate. Collaboration is encouraged. DUSKLIT is curated by artists Cody Rounds and Olivia Baldwin. Past DUSKLIT projects include all media, from site-specific dance and sound art to life-size kinetic sculpture, VR, interactive plays, wearable art, sensory deprivation chambers, and many other offerings. See www.DUSKLIT.com for past festivals. The Sight: DUSKLIT is presented on the historic Seligmann Homestead, Sugar Loaf, New York. Once home to the Surrealist Kurt Seligmann, the 55-acre property carries a history of art and magic, and bears the mark of 20th Century mavericks Marcel Duchamp, Kay Sage, Alexander Calder, Dorothea Tanning, Robert Motherwell, and Max Ernst, among others. Deadline: Friday, March 2, 2018, 11:59pm EST The application is free January 26 through February 14. A $20 fee will apply to applications submitted on or after February 15.
  • OPEN CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

    Posted on: January 11th, 2018
    OPEN CALL FOR APPLICATIONS TO SHANDAKEN: STORM KING OPENS JANUARY 10, 2018 Shandaken Projects and Storm King Art Center are pleased to announce that applications to the fourth season of Shandaken: Storm King are now being accepted through February 12, 2018. More information and applications are available at www.shandakenprojects.org/storm-king/apply. This program was formerly known as The Shandaken Project at Storm King. Shandaken: Storm King offers residents the opportunity to focus exclusively on process, and is open to cultural producers of all disciplines. Over 50 artists have been awarded residencies since this collaboration began in 2015. These former residents have worked in and across media like sculpture, video, photography, performance, poetry, music, and creative and critical writing. The residency, offered at no cost to participants, follows a process-focused model—giving preference to experimentation, research, and risk-taking in the studio. Residents work in private studios on Storm King’s 500-acre site, with access to the world-renowned landscape and collection. They are given free room and board, including a CSA share from nearby, organic Blooming Hill Farm, as well as free studio space. Shandaken: Storm King will award 15 to 20 residencies as part of the 2018 season, which takes place from June 4 to September 30. Residencies are two, four or six weeks in length, with three artists on site at a time. This intimate scale encourages dialogue between residents, while also allowing for intense focus on individual practice. Artists are each given a simple, private studio and are housed together on Storm King’s site. This collaboration between Storm King and Shandaken Projects receives major support from The Pollock-Krasner Foundation as well as The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. These significant grants were awarded to Storm King in August and November of 2016, respectively, to support the residency program in 2017 and 2018. The grant from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts will also support Storm King’s Outlooks exhibition series, which invites an emerging or mid-career artist to create a site-specific piece at Storm King on view for a single season.
  • 2018 Community Arts Grants

    Posted on: November 28th, 2017
    ORANGE COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL 2018 Community Arts Grants The Orange County Arts Council 2018 Community Arts Grants (the “Community Arts Grants”) are designed to encourage new and more abundant arts and culture opportunities in Orange County. The Community Arts Grants will be administered by the Orange County Arts Council (the “Arts Council”) and funded through individual donations made to the Arts Council from donors and sponsors, including a generous gift from the Wesley-Krueger Family Foundation, a gift from Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union and a gift from Walden Savings Bank. AMOUNT TO BE AWARDED: Community Arts Grants to be awarded will range in amount from $750.00 to $1,500.00. APPLICATION PROCESS AND DEADLINE: Applications are submitted online. Applications must be completed and submitted on-line before Friday, February 16, 2018 at 11:59 EST. All successfully submitted online applications must include a completed budget form. Details for uploading the budget form are found within the online application. The application consists of the following components: Applicant information; Narrative or Project description, including a description of the Project's impact on the community; Budget form (please download and use ours); Applicant resume or CV (or organization background, if applicable); Community impact; Proof of residency in Orange County ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT: All applicants are strongly encouraged to discuss an opportunity before submitting an application. For technical assistance or questions regarding the grant itself, please call Dawn Ansbro or Sarah Grace Long at 845-469-9168 or email dawn@ocartscouncil.org or sglong@ocartscouncil.org.
  • 2018 Community Arts Grants

    Posted on: November 28th, 2017
    ORANGE COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL 2018 Community Arts Grants The Orange County Arts Council 2018 Community Arts Grants (the “Community Arts Grants”) are designed to encourage new and more abundant arts and culture opportunities in Orange County. The Community Arts Grants will be administered by the Orange County Arts Council (the “Arts Council”) and funded through individual donations made to the Arts Council from donors and sponsors, including a generous gift from the Wesley-Krueger Family Foundation, a gift from Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union and a gift from Walden Savings Bank. AMOUNT TO BE AWARDED: Community Arts Grants to be awarded will range in amount from $750.00 to $1,500.00. APPLICATION PROCESS AND DEADLINE: Applications are submitted online. Applications must be completed and submitted on-line before Friday, February 16, 2018 at 11:59 EST. All successfully submitted online applications must include a completed budget form. Details for uploading the budget form are found within the online application. The application consists of the following components: Applicant information; Narrative or Project description, including a description of the Project's impact on the community; Budget form (please download and use ours); Applicant resume or CV (or organization background, if applicable); Community impact; Proof of residency in Orange County ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT: All applicants are strongly encouraged to discuss an opportunity before submitting an application. For technical assistance or questions regarding the grant itself, please call Dawn Ansbro or Sarah Grace Long at 845-469-9168 or email dawn@ocartscouncil.org or sglong@ocartscouncil.org.
  • Art Mentor Position

    Posted on: April 13th, 2018
    NOW HIRING!!!! The Arc of Orange County has an Art Mentor position open in their Community Builders Day Program located in Middletown, NY. The Art Mentor will have a primary responsibility of leading and instructing art classes for adults with developmental disabilities. The staff partners with the individuals they support and play an integral role in fulfilling our mission to create an environment that supports and advocates for people of all ages with unique abilities and challenges so they can live as respected, valued members of the community. Additional responsibilities may include: providing support to adults with developmental and physical disabilities, assisting people served in completion of activities of daily living including; job skills, grooming, eating, and transportation as needed. Full-time with great benefits, on-the-job training, and a supportive work environment. For more info, follow link.
  • OCAC Executive Director

    Posted on: March 16th, 2018
    The Orange County Arts Council (“OCAC”) is a New York 501(c)(3) not-for-profit formed in 2007. The Arts Council is a non-governmental organization. The Arts Council is governed by an involved Board of Directors that currently meets monthly to oversee the operations, management, and direction of the OCAC. The Board believes that there are significant growth opportunities for the OCAC within the County and the ideal candidate will come prepared with ideas for assessment and expansion. The Arts Council’s mission is to champion the arts, connect artists with audiences, and foster the growth of the county's creative resources. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (“ED”) has strategic and operational responsibility for OCAC’s staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. The ED will lead and manage fundraising operations and will build and deepen relationships with existing and new constituents. The Executive Director must share the values, mission, and vision of OCAC including a dedication to developing community arts programs, institutional membership, and broad partnerships.
  • 10 Minute Play Festival

    Posted on: January 29th, 2018
    Orange County Arts Council is seeking original 10-minute theatrical plays, screenplays, or scenes to be presented as script-in-hand readings only as part of a Ten Minute Play Festival being held on Thursday, July 12 at Warwick Performing Arts Center to help celebrate the Warwick Summer Arts Festival. Up to ten plays will be selected and performed from among the submissions. The focus of this event is on the voice of the Orange County playwright. Submission Deadline: Friday, June 1 Selections Announced: Friday, June 15 For full details or to submit, please visit: https://orangecountynyartscouncil.submittable.com/submit/110660/ten-minute-play-festival-2018-entries
  • DUSKLIT: CALL FOR INTERACTIVE ART

    Posted on: January 29th, 2018 | Deadline Date: March 2nd, 2018
    Festival Date: Saturday, August 11, 6-10pm The Seligmann Homestead 23-26 White Oak Drive, Sugar Loaf, NY 10981 www.DUSKLIT.com CALL FOR ART DUSKLIT is the East Coast's one night interactive art festival. With twilight as a backdrop, DUSKLIT features over 25 immersive installations, performances, and site-specific environments. Artists are encouraged to submit proposals for a roving performance/installation, or a stationary 10 x 10' environment/installation/performance. Proposals must consider visitor engagement, inviting visitors to participate rather than spectate. Collaboration is encouraged. DUSKLIT is curated by artists Cody Rounds and Olivia Baldwin. Past DUSKLIT projects include all media, from site-specific dance and sound art to life-size kinetic sculpture, VR, interactive plays, wearable art, sensory deprivation chambers, and many other offerings. See www.DUSKLIT.com for past festivals. The Sight: DUSKLIT is presented on the historic Seligmann Homestead, Sugar Loaf, New York. Once home to the Surrealist Kurt Seligmann, the 55-acre property carries a history of art and magic, and bears the mark of 20th Century mavericks Marcel Duchamp, Kay Sage, Alexander Calder, Dorothea Tanning, Robert Motherwell, and Max Ernst, among others. Deadline: Friday, March 2, 2018, 11:59pm EST The application is free January 26 through February 14. A $20 fee will apply to applications submitted on or after February 15.
  • 2018 Community Arts Grants

    Posted on: November 28th, 2017
    ORANGE COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL 2018 Community Arts Grants The Orange County Arts Council 2018 Community Arts Grants (the “Community Arts Grants”) are designed to encourage new and more abundant arts and culture opportunities in Orange County. The Community Arts Grants will be administered by the Orange County Arts Council (the “Arts Council”) and funded through individual donations made to the Arts Council from donors and sponsors, including a generous gift from the Wesley-Krueger Family Foundation, a gift from Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union and a gift from Walden Savings Bank. AMOUNT TO BE AWARDED: Community Arts Grants to be awarded will range in amount from $750.00 to $1,500.00. APPLICATION PROCESS AND DEADLINE: Applications are submitted online. Applications must be completed and submitted on-line before Friday, February 16, 2018 at 11:59 EST. All successfully submitted online applications must include a completed budget form. Details for uploading the budget form are found within the online application. The application consists of the following components: Applicant information; Narrative or Project description, including a description of the Project's impact on the community; Budget form (please download and use ours); Applicant resume or CV (or organization background, if applicable); Community impact; Proof of residency in Orange County ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT: All applicants are strongly encouraged to discuss an opportunity before submitting an application. For technical assistance or questions regarding the grant itself, please call Dawn Ansbro or Sarah Grace Long at 845-469-9168 or email dawn@ocartscouncil.org or sglong@ocartscouncil.org.
  • 2018 Summer Theater Intensive Registration

    Posted on: April 23rd, 2018
    Greenwood Lake, NY - Venue TBD July 23rd-August 3rd / 9am-5pm Develop your acting, singing, dancing and technical theater skills and perform in Oliver! alongside our professional Equity company Info/registration here: http://www.greenwoodlaketheater.org/2018-summer-intensive.html
  • 10 Minute Play Festival

    Posted on: January 29th, 2018
    Orange County Arts Council is seeking original 10-minute theatrical plays, screenplays, or scenes to be presented as script-in-hand readings only as part of a Ten Minute Play Festival being held on Thursday, July 12 at Warwick Performing Arts Center to help celebrate the Warwick Summer Arts Festival. Up to ten plays will be selected and performed from among the submissions. The focus of this event is on the voice of the Orange County playwright. Submission Deadline: Friday, June 1 Selections Announced: Friday, June 15 For full details or to submit, please visit: https://orangecountynyartscouncil.submittable.com/submit/110660/ten-minute-play-festival-2018-entries
  • DUSKLIT: CALL FOR INTERACTIVE ART

    Posted on: January 29th, 2018 | Deadline Date: March 2nd, 2018
    Festival Date: Saturday, August 11, 6-10pm The Seligmann Homestead 23-26 White Oak Drive, Sugar Loaf, NY 10981 www.DUSKLIT.com CALL FOR ART DUSKLIT is the East Coast's one night interactive art festival. With twilight as a backdrop, DUSKLIT features over 25 immersive installations, performances, and site-specific environments. Artists are encouraged to submit proposals for a roving performance/installation, or a stationary 10 x 10' environment/installation/performance. Proposals must consider visitor engagement, inviting visitors to participate rather than spectate. Collaboration is encouraged. DUSKLIT is curated by artists Cody Rounds and Olivia Baldwin. Past DUSKLIT projects include all media, from site-specific dance and sound art to life-size kinetic sculpture, VR, interactive plays, wearable art, sensory deprivation chambers, and many other offerings. See www.DUSKLIT.com for past festivals. The Sight: DUSKLIT is presented on the historic Seligmann Homestead, Sugar Loaf, New York. Once home to the Surrealist Kurt Seligmann, the 55-acre property carries a history of art and magic, and bears the mark of 20th Century mavericks Marcel Duchamp, Kay Sage, Alexander Calder, Dorothea Tanning, Robert Motherwell, and Max Ernst, among others. Deadline: Friday, March 2, 2018, 11:59pm EST The application is free January 26 through February 14. A $20 fee will apply to applications submitted on or after February 15.
  • 2018 Community Arts Grants

    Posted on: November 28th, 2017
    ORANGE COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL 2018 Community Arts Grants The Orange County Arts Council 2018 Community Arts Grants (the “Community Arts Grants”) are designed to encourage new and more abundant arts and culture opportunities in Orange County. The Community Arts Grants will be administered by the Orange County Arts Council (the “Arts Council”) and funded through individual donations made to the Arts Council from donors and sponsors, including a generous gift from the Wesley-Krueger Family Foundation, a gift from Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union and a gift from Walden Savings Bank. AMOUNT TO BE AWARDED: Community Arts Grants to be awarded will range in amount from $750.00 to $1,500.00. APPLICATION PROCESS AND DEADLINE: Applications are submitted online. Applications must be completed and submitted on-line before Friday, February 16, 2018 at 11:59 EST. All successfully submitted online applications must include a completed budget form. Details for uploading the budget form are found within the online application. The application consists of the following components: Applicant information; Narrative or Project description, including a description of the Project's impact on the community; Budget form (please download and use ours); Applicant resume or CV (or organization background, if applicable); Community impact; Proof of residency in Orange County ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT: All applicants are strongly encouraged to discuss an opportunity before submitting an application. For technical assistance or questions regarding the grant itself, please call Dawn Ansbro or Sarah Grace Long at 845-469-9168 or email dawn@ocartscouncil.org or sglong@ocartscouncil.org.
  • OPEN CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

    Posted on: January 11th, 2018
    OPEN CALL FOR APPLICATIONS TO SHANDAKEN: STORM KING OPENS JANUARY 10, 2018 Shandaken Projects and Storm King Art Center are pleased to announce that applications to the fourth season of Shandaken: Storm King are now being accepted through February 12, 2018. More information and applications are available at www.shandakenprojects.org/storm-king/apply. This program was formerly known as The Shandaken Project at Storm King. Shandaken: Storm King offers residents the opportunity to focus exclusively on process, and is open to cultural producers of all disciplines. Over 50 artists have been awarded residencies since this collaboration began in 2015. These former residents have worked in and across media like sculpture, video, photography, performance, poetry, music, and creative and critical writing. The residency, offered at no cost to participants, follows a process-focused model—giving preference to experimentation, research, and risk-taking in the studio. Residents work in private studios on Storm King’s 500-acre site, with access to the world-renowned landscape and collection. They are given free room and board, including a CSA share from nearby, organic Blooming Hill Farm, as well as free studio space. Shandaken: Storm King will award 15 to 20 residencies as part of the 2018 season, which takes place from June 4 to September 30. Residencies are two, four or six weeks in length, with three artists on site at a time. This intimate scale encourages dialogue between residents, while also allowing for intense focus on individual practice. Artists are each given a simple, private studio and are housed together on Storm King’s site. This collaboration between Storm King and Shandaken Projects receives major support from The Pollock-Krasner Foundation as well as The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. These significant grants were awarded to Storm King in August and November of 2016, respectively, to support the residency program in 2017 and 2018. The grant from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts will also support Storm King’s Outlooks exhibition series, which invites an emerging or mid-career artist to create a site-specific piece at Storm King on view for a single season.
  • Studio Space available in Cornwall

    Posted on: May 11th, 2018
    Artists studio space available for rent in Cornwall NY! The first is 450 sq. feet with windows facing east for $300/month and is available now. The second studio is 600 sq. feet with windows facing east and is $400/month plus utilities and is available in September 2018. Please send all inquiries to Viven at vcollens@aol.com and include a blurb about you and your intention for the space.
  • Mother Earth Call for Artists

    Posted on: May 7th, 2018
    Our Mother. Our Earth. As a recent politician said, “There is no Plan B.” We need to understand and own what we are doing to our environment. Environmental groups are rising en masse. Think about that for a minute, or two. The corporations and politicians are reckless in destroying our beautiful earth for profit. We are asking you, as someone who sees beyond profits and bribes, what Mother Earth means to you. You can conjure up your feelings and perceptions through art in a way that the paper pushers can’t understand. Tell us what Mother Earth means to you. Tell them what they are doing to Mother Earth. Tell us all what we will be missing when it will be destroyed, because there is no other world we can escape to. This call for submissions is about our environment, our planet and our Mother. Give us your best. DEADLINE FOR THIS CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: May 14, 2018 Open international art calls are open to all local, domestic, national and international professional and amateur artists. All art mediums will be considered in this call for submissions, from photography, wall sculpture, ceramics, fabric, mixed media, all paintings and drawings including, oil, acrylic, pastels, ink, graphite, etc. Cost: $35 for 3 entries, $5 for additional entries. Online Exhibition Go to: https://linusgallery.com/call-for-entries/mother-earth-call-for-submissions-deadline-may-14-2018/
  • New Deadline: June 6th for Art in the Park 2018

    Posted on: May 7th, 2018 | Deadline Date: June 6th, 2018
    New Deadline: June 6th for Art in the Park 2018 Description: CALL FOR ARTISTS: New Artist application deadline is June6th! Port Jervis Tourism Board, in conjunction with the River Valley Artists Guild, seeks artists to participate in Art in the Park 2018, a day of fine art in Port Jervis' historic downtown Orange Square. The exhibition features artists displaying and selling their original two- and three-dimensional creations and personally-designed and crafted functional fine art in a beautiful park setting. Saturday, June 16, 10am-4pm | Rain Date: Sunday, June 17, 10am-4pm Historic Orange Square, Veterans Memorial Park, 35 S. Broome St., Port Jervis, NY For submission guidelines, questions, or concerns, please call Schill at (845) 856-6741 or go to www.portjervisny.org/citybusiness/tourism-board or www.rivervalleyartistsguildofportjervis.com
  • “Florals” Juried Group Exhibit

    Posted on: April 9th, 2018 | Deadline Date: April 14th, 2018
    Open to all media- work must be framed and wired, size limit 36×48, limit of 3 works per artist! artworks must be submitted for jurying no later than April 14th All work MUST be dropped off no later than April 30th. $25 hang fee for each accepted work. • Reception May 5, 5-7pm, exhibit May 1-30 • To enter work, email 1-3 jpegs to wallkillriverschool@gmail.com or drop off framed works with prospectus for jurying. • Artwork will be juried by an award-winning floral painter • Accepted artwork will be acknowledged by email by April 15 1st Prize valued at $300, 2nd Prize valued at $200 and 3rd Prize valued at $100 For full info or to submit, visit http://static.ow.ly/docs/Florals-Juried-Exhibit-Prospectus-2018%20(4)_7vqj.pdf
  • Juried Small Works Exhibition

    Posted on: April 9th, 2018 | Deadline Date: July 1st, 2018
    We are looking for artists interested in exhibiting wall artworks 12”x12” or smaller. Show will hang for four month period including holiday season. For full info or to submit, visit https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/52d223_23d710e86c394845a8647cd9f4265efd.pdf
  • Art Exhibit: Call for High School/College Students

    Posted on: April 2nd, 2018 | Deadline Date: May 1st, 2018
    CALL FOR ARTISTS! As a 2015 Cornwall Central High School graduate, I want to give back to my community by offering high school and college art students a night to exhibit their art. We are open to any medium including, but not limited to - paintings, drawings, graphic design work, photography and sculpture. This is an opportunity to showcase your achievements, add to your resume and portfolio, and show colleges that you have participated in an art exhibit. If you would like to partake in the event, email your submissions to carley.nielsen@aol.com, with a picture of the art you would like to have on display, the dimensions, title, medium and if you are willing to sell, the price. Please include a short bio as well. Submissions will be accepted until May 1st. Space is limited
  • Call for Entries – Shawangunk Day Art Show

    Posted on: March 26th, 2018 | Deadline Date: July 31st, 2018
    CALL FOR ENTRIES - There will be an Art Show as part of the Walker Valley Shawangunk Day event. They are looking for local artists to show & sell scenes from Shawangunk and the immediate surrounding areas. There is NO CHARGE to display and sell your art, however your accepted application is a commitment to show at the event. The date of the Art Show is Saturday, August 18, 2018, and SPACE IS LIMITED. For more detailed info, see the Art Show Participant Guidelines and Application attached. To apply, complete these and return to equimby@wasmithandson.com as soon as possible if you would like to participate.
  • Call for Entries – Washington Printmakers Gallery

    Posted on: March 26th, 2018 | Deadline Date: May 31st, 2018
    CALL FOR ENTRIES - the 21st Annual National Small Works Exhibition by the Washington Printmakers Gallery, Washington DC. See flyer for full details or visit http://www.washingtonprintmakers.com/2018-national-small-works-competition-and-exhibition/
  • HVAA 85th Annual National Juried Exhibition, Call for Artists

    Posted on: February 8th, 2018 | Deadline Date: March 31st, 2018
    HUDSON VALLEY ART ASSOCIATION, 85th Annual National Juried Exhibition, at The Lyme Art Association Gallery, Old Lyme, CT. Deadline For Entry March 31st 2018. JURY OF AWARDS: Sculpture: Bruno Lucchesi; Oil: Don Demers; Watercolor: Tim Saternow; Drawing/Graphics/Pastel: Edgar Jerins. Work must be original Oil (Acrylic/ Tempera), Watercolor, Sculpture, Pastel or Graphic (drawing, intaglio, lithograph, or woodcut print). In the spirit of the Hudson River School of art tradition, the HVAA Annual Exhibition jurors are looking for submissions which are original representational images that display aesthetic appeal and technical skill. CALENDAR; Sat. 3/31/18 Entry deadline; Tues. 5/1/18 Notification to artists; Sat/ Sun. 6/9/-6/10/18 Receiving day 10AM-5 PM; Fri. 6/15/18 Show opens to the public; Sat. 6/23/18 Awards Reception 5:30-7:30 PM; Sat/ Sun. 8/4-8/5 2018 Removal of work. Please visit https://www.hudsonart.org/copy-of-84th-annual-info for more information and to enter.
  • DUSKLIT: CALL FOR INTERACTIVE ART

    Posted on: January 29th, 2018 | Deadline Date: March 2nd, 2018
    Festival Date: Saturday, August 11, 6-10pm The Seligmann Homestead 23-26 White Oak Drive, Sugar Loaf, NY 10981 www.DUSKLIT.com CALL FOR ART DUSKLIT is the East Coast's one night interactive art festival. With twilight as a backdrop, DUSKLIT features over 25 immersive installations, performances, and site-specific environments. Artists are encouraged to submit proposals for a roving performance/installation, or a stationary 10 x 10' environment/installation/performance. Proposals must consider visitor engagement, inviting visitors to participate rather than spectate. Collaboration is encouraged. DUSKLIT is curated by artists Cody Rounds and Olivia Baldwin. Past DUSKLIT projects include all media, from site-specific dance and sound art to life-size kinetic sculpture, VR, interactive plays, wearable art, sensory deprivation chambers, and many other offerings. See www.DUSKLIT.com for past festivals. The Sight: DUSKLIT is presented on the historic Seligmann Homestead, Sugar Loaf, New York. Once home to the Surrealist Kurt Seligmann, the 55-acre property carries a history of art and magic, and bears the mark of 20th Century mavericks Marcel Duchamp, Kay Sage, Alexander Calder, Dorothea Tanning, Robert Motherwell, and Max Ernst, among others. Deadline: Friday, March 2, 2018, 11:59pm EST The application is free January 26 through February 14. A $20 fee will apply to applications submitted on or after February 15.
  • Open Call for Art: HVAA Annual Juried Exhibition

    Posted on: January 29th, 2018
    HUDSON VALLEY ART ASSOCIATION 85th Annual National Juried Exhibition At The Lyme Art Association Gallery Old Lyme CT June 15th to August 4th 2018 CLICK HERE FOR ENTRY FORM AND PROSPECTUS Deadline For Entry March 31st 2018 We are proud to announce our honored award jurors for this years show : JURY OF AWARDS Sculpture: Bruno Lucchesi Oil: Don Demers Watercolor: Tim Saternow Drawing/Graphics/Pastel: Edgar Jerins Jury Statement: In the spirit of the Hudson River School of art tradition, the HVAA Annual Exhibition jurors are looking for submissions which are original representational images that display aesthetic appeal and technical skill. You are welcome to view previously accepted artworks from our 2017 exhibition here 2018 CALENDAR Sat. 3/31/18 Entry deadline Tues. 5/1/18 Notification to artists Sat/ Sun. 6/9/-6/10/18 Receiving day 10AM-5 PM Fri. 6/15/18 Show opens to the public Sat. 6/23/18 Awards Reception 5:30-7:30 PM Sat/ Sun. 8/4-8/5 2018 Removal of work -10-5pm ENTRY FEE: Members: Entry fee is included with paid dues $35. Second entry is $10 Non-members: $45 for first entry and $10 for second
  • 2018 Community Arts Grants

    Posted on: November 28th, 2017
    ORANGE COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL 2018 Community Arts Grants The Orange County Arts Council 2018 Community Arts Grants (the “Community Arts Grants”) are designed to encourage new and more abundant arts and culture opportunities in Orange County. The Community Arts Grants will be administered by the Orange County Arts Council (the “Arts Council”) and funded through individual donations made to the Arts Council from donors and sponsors, including a generous gift from the Wesley-Krueger Family Foundation, a gift from Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union and a gift from Walden Savings Bank. AMOUNT TO BE AWARDED: Community Arts Grants to be awarded will range in amount from $750.00 to $1,500.00. APPLICATION PROCESS AND DEADLINE: Applications are submitted online. Applications must be completed and submitted on-line before Friday, February 16, 2018 at 11:59 EST. All successfully submitted online applications must include a completed budget form. Details for uploading the budget form are found within the online application. The application consists of the following components: Applicant information; Narrative or Project description, including a description of the Project's impact on the community; Budget form (please download and use ours); Applicant resume or CV (or organization background, if applicable); Community impact; Proof of residency in Orange County ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT: All applicants are strongly encouraged to discuss an opportunity before submitting an application. For technical assistance or questions regarding the grant itself, please call Dawn Ansbro or Sarah Grace Long at 845-469-9168 or email dawn@ocartscouncil.org or sglong@ocartscouncil.org.

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all-day “CATHE LINTON’S WALL ART” @ CATHE LINTON Art /Greenwood Lake Library
“CATHE LINTON’S WALL ART” @ CATHE LINTON Art /Greenwood Lake Library
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"CATHE LINTON'S WALL ART" @ CATHE LINTON Art /Greenwood Lake Library | Greenwood Lake | New York | United States
CATHE LINTON Art Work including pastels, drawings, photographs and collages. Well known for her innovative jewelry designs, Cathe now turns her talents to “Wall Art”.
all-day Botanical Portraits ~ drawings b... @ Mindy Ross Gallery, Kaplan Hall, SUNY Orange Newburgh
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Botanical Portraits ~ drawings by James Douglas Milne @ Mindy Ross Gallery, Kaplan Hall, SUNY Orange Newburgh
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all-day Divergence ~ oils and watercolor... @ Orange Hall Gallery Fringe
Divergence ~ oils and watercolor... @ Orange Hall Gallery Fringe
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Divergence ~ oils and watercolors by Susan Hope Fogel @ Orange Hall Gallery Fringe
A mini show of maxi art will be on display on the wall of Orange Hall Gallery Fringe May 8 through June 13, 2018. Susan Hope Fogel paints large. Whether she is working in oils[...]

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