Creative News & Opportunities

Creative News & Opportunities
  • Decentralization Grants from Arts Midhudson

    Posted on: August 9th, 2017
    Arts Mid­Hudson announces the availability of over $100,000 in funds to support arts-­related activities taking place in 2018. Purring Tiger Inc., PopUp! (Photo Provided) Activities may include workshops, exhibits, performances, concerts, festivals, screenings, readings, cultural programming, artist-­initiated projects, and hands on arts workshops both in and out of school in Dutchess, Orange, and Ulster counties. The deadline to apply is November 15, 2017. Information sessions begin September 11 . This is a re-grant program of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), and is designed to support community-based arts activities in an effort to make quality arts programming available and to support local cultural expression. There are three distinct grant programs: PROJECT GRANTS support arts and cultural activities of nonprofit organizations, community groups and individual artists, including work in theater, dance, music, film, video, literature, visual arts, traditional arts, historical and cultural activities, as well as the use of libraries and community-based organizations as venues for the arts. Grant requests may range from $500 – $5,000. The INDIVIDUAL ARTIST COMMISSION is a $2,500 grant towards the creation of new work that engages a particular community in the artist’s creative process. The ARTS LEARNING GRANT funds up to $5,000 for sequential, skill-based workshops focused on the arts and artistic process. Projects can take place in-school during the school day or in after-school and community-based settings for groups of any age. Artists, cultural groups and nonprofit organizations may apply. Information sessions will be held throughout the region for potential applicants to gain an understanding of this grant opportunity. All new applicants should plan on attending one. RSVP ONLINE at https://tinyurl.com/2018InfoSession If you are unable to attend any of the sessions, and still wish to apply, you must contact the AMH Grants Team well in advance of the deadline, at 845.454.3222 or grants@artsmidhudson.org.
  • Duplex Studio for Creative Use Only

    Posted on: July 6th, 2017
    2,500 sq ft space for $1,500/month. The ground floor is 1,500 sq ft and has a 9.5' garage door entrance and 10' ceilings. Second Floor is 1,000 sq ft. with 10' ceilings with skylights and great natural light. Landlord is looking to rent to those who have an art or creative use. The total warehouse size is 6,500 sq ft. It has been sub-divided into 5 units. The landlord has named the space the Newburgh Artist Colony. Current tenant uses include furniture restoration, art curating, woodworking, jewelry and comic book publishing. Any creative use that makes noise is OK. Sawing, cutting, grinding, welding can be done. No recording studios or other music uses allowed. Both floors have separate heating and AC units for cost efficiency. Ready for immediate move in.
  • Call for Artists, Crafters, Makers

    Posted on: July 3rd, 2017
    Call for Artists, art teachers, crafters and jewelry designers. New gallery in Warwick, New York on Main Street looking for locally made art, craft and jewelry. Opportunities for local artists to exhibit, sell, teach and more. We are looking to gather a small group of eager, positive, interested makers that would like to participate in building a relationship with the gallery. We are looking for mostly small works of art, craft and jewelry. There is limited space so call now. Any artist, crafter or jewelry designer interested in exhibiting please call 845-469-0993 or email bertoni@optonline.net.
  • Audible Emerging Playwright Fund

    Posted on: June 7th, 2017
    AUDIBLE EMERGING PLAYWRIGHT FUND SUBMISSION GUIDELINES Audible Inc. has announced the establishment of fund up to $5 million (“Theater Fund”) dedicated to the commission and development of innovative English-language works from playwrights around the globe. The fund will support the creation of one- and two-person audio plays driven by language and voice, in keeping with Audible’s core commitment to elevating listening experiences through powerful performances of brilliantly composed words. Audible will solicit submissions for fund grants immediately, and plans to begin releasing original theater for Audible listeners in late 2017. To be considered to be a recipient of a portion of the Theater Fund and awarded a commission by Audible, please submit all of the following to AudibleTheater@audible.com: 1. One full-length script for an original or adapted play (in English language only) that best represents your “voice” (“Script”). The Script can be in any genre and may include one-acts, musicals and solo pieces; 2. A short biography; and 3. A brief statement about why audio plays appeal to you. ELIGIBILITY. Anybody over the age of 18 may submit a Script. Employees or independent contractors, or immediate family members (spouses, domestic partners, parents, grandparents, siblings, children, and grandchildren) or those living in the same household of employees or independent contractors of Audible LLC, Amazon or any entity involved in any aspect of the Theatre Fund may not submit a Script for consideration. TIMELINE. Submissions are accepted year-round. Due to the number of Scripts that Audible receives, Audible is only able to accept one Script at a time from the same author and cannot consider resubmissions, including those that have been significantly revised. Thanks in advance for your patience while we process your Script; our typical response time is 6-8 months. CONDITIONS. All submissions must be the original creations of the entrants. By submitting a Script, each entrant represents and warrants that (a) his/her Script is his/her original creation and (b) his/her Script is the sole and exclusive property of the entrant. Audible may disqualify any entrant whose Script Audible determines, in its sole discretion, at any time not to comply with any requirement described in these Guidelines or the foregoing representations and warranties. Entrant understand and acknowledge that Audible (i) receives numerous submissions of show ideas and creative materials from third parties, and (ii) is constantly developing ideas, formats, stories, concepts, artwork, music, and the like, and (iii) many such submissions received or Audible original developments may be similar to or identical to those contained in a Script. You understand and agree that Audible’s use of material containing elements similar to or identical with the Script shall not obligate Audible to any entrant in any manner if Audible developed or obtained such material either independently or from sources other than a particular Script.
  • Congratulations Community Arts Grant Awardees!

    Posted on: March 1st, 2017
    The Orange County Arts Council would like to congratulate all those projects that received a Ten Year Anniversary Community Arts Grant. With only $10,000 to give away and 32 wonderful grant applications, the decisions were very difficult to make. The selection panel spent many hours discussing each application and everyone wished there was more money to give. The projects that received grants are: The Greenwood Lake Film Strip project: Developed in conjunction with the Hoboken Film Festival, the project consists of twenty (20) wooden “film-strip” cutouts, 2 feet wide by 4 feet high and mounted on stands at local businesses and area attractions in and around Greenwood Lake throughout the film festival. Each film strip was painted by a local artist with a movie related theme, such as film scenes, movie posters, collages, or any form of movie film art. Ghosts of Port Jervis: Through story compellation of carefully researched town history, historical facts and documented local ghost stories, the lives and memories of past residents of Port Jervis, will be shared. Guests will be led on foot, to various buildings and landmarks, while the storyteller acts as a guide, interweaving historical fact and ghost tales to create an entertaining, yet educational experience. Strongroom presents Jennifer Williams: Strongroom produced a public work by Jennifer Williams which is currently displayed on the empty wall on the side of 128 Liberty Street. The project opened during the Newburgh Illuminated Festival in early June and will remain up through the end of August. For this project, Jennifer was in residence in Newburgh while creating photographs that she used to digitally assemble her photo collage. This is her largest exterior public work to date. SeaChange Voyage and Floating Residency: Led by Orange County artist Kevin Buckland in association with the Mare Liberum arts collective, the 2017 SeaChange voyage supports deeper engagement of local artists in local environmental organizing through a “Floating Residency” whereby artists will join the voyage and explore river-related themes. Their artworks will be presented in a community art exhibition in Newburgh to raise awareness about the need to protect the Hudson River. The Painted Trotters of Goshen: The Painted Trotters of Goshen is a collaborative effort between the Village of Goshen and the Goshen Art League. Individual artists were given a plywood cutout of a horse which the artists painted in any style they chose. The horses are currently arraigned around the downtown Village of Goshen business district. Requiem (Newburgh): Requiem is a new theatrical work based on the poetry of Anna Akhmatova. Russian poet Anna Akhmatova began writing her poem, Requiem, during the 1930s "Reign of Terror," when Stalin arrested, executed & sent to Siberian work camps an estimated 20 million of his own people, calling them "enemies of the state.” Written over three decades, the poem wasn’t published in the USSR until 1987. This production follows this period of time in Russian history – examining it from the viewpoint of one woman left all alone who has lost both her husband and son. Encapsulate: Encapsulate is a short documentary about the unearthing of a time capsule in the Village of Warwick that has been buried for fifty years. The time capsule itself represents the community’s past, buried in the ground during the Centennial celebration during 1967. As preparations are made to bury a new time capsule, to be opened in 2067, the film deals with the commonalities in the human experience: responsibility, homecoming, mortality and legacy. Treecycle 2017: Wickham Works produced its 2nd annual Treecycle, a collaborative community art project. Treecycle was a two-day event that coincided with Earth and Arbor Day, and took place at Wickham Woodlands Manor & Pavilion in Warwick (former O.C. Correctional Facility). Seven Orange County artists/facilitators guided children and adults in the creation of sculptural trees made from up-cycled materials. These trees are currently on exhibit at various places throughout Warwick. DUSKLIT Interactive Art Bazaar: DUSKLIT is a one night art bazaar that challenges visitors to accept experience, rather than solely object, as art. Over seventy-five artists will transform the Seligmann Homestead in Sugar Loaf into a landscape of interactive 10 x 10’ installations, offering visitors the opportunity to witness, engage with, and participate in elaborate micro-environments and interdisciplinary performances, as well as to form relationships with the artists themselves. Newburgh Open Movement: Newburgh Open Movement (NOM) is a monthly dance and movement improvisation event that will take place from 1 - 4 PM at the Safe Harbors Lobby at the Ritz in the City of Newburgh on the last Saturday of every month between February and December of 2017. The event is open to all ages, backgrounds and abilities. It features expert instruction and facilitation by Ophra Wolf and live, improvised music by respected local professional musicians. Confabulation: The Notion of a Small Town: In 2017 the Village of Warwick is celebrating its Sesquicentennial, the 150th anniversary of the incorporation of the Village. Confabulation is a theatrical piece based on true/real stories garnered from the community. From these stories, archetype characters will emerge forming the basis for a larger story which will be edited into a final play which will be performed during the Warwick Summer Arts Festival. Hudson Valley Plein Air Festival: The Hudson Valley Plein Air Festival is a national-level plein air (outdoor painting) event which will take place at a variety of local sites including the Newburgh Waterfront and all the heritage tourism sites along the Hudson including Nature Museum of the Hudson Highlands, Washington's Headquarters, Newburgh Landing, and Knox's Headquarters, and culminate in a large exhibit at the SUNY Orange Middletown Campus. Milkweed Poetry Journal: The mission of Milkweed Poetry Workshop (MPW) is to create a community of poets and to support and encourage expression in words – written, spoken, and otherwise. MPW seeks to honor the diverse voices of these poets by publishing a quarterly journal that showcases the poems that are being written right now in Orange County, New York. Middletown Concert Chorale: The Middletown Concert Chorale will offer multiple musical performances which typically include a major classical work and smaller choir pieces chosen from a variety of musical styles from medieval to modern -- including musicals, madrigals, spirituals, seasonal, patriotic and folk music from around the world. Performances are held at St, John's Lutheran Church in Middletown, as well as one or two other venues in Middletown or other Orange Country townships such as Otisville, Montgomery and Port Jervis. Please check on the Arts Council's Facebook page to learn more about each of these great arts projects. We are excited to be working with all of our arts and cultural partners to strengthen the impact of the arts in Orange County. As the county's leader in arts services, please be in touch if you have ideas about how your organization and Orange County Arts Council can work together in the coming year.
  • Store For Rent – $500

    Posted on: November 28th, 2016
    $500 store for Rent at . Download files for photos. There is a lovely space available for the right creative tenant at #110 Clinton Street in the Village of Montgomery (across from the public parking lot). The current tenant will be leaving at the end of December, and the landlord is interested in finding a tenant who would enhance downtown Montgomery and offer something in keeping with the atmosphere of it’s charming restaurants, antique shops and unique retail stores. An artist or arts-related business would certainly fit this description. The space has an open floor plan, a back entrance for deliveries, large front double windows, historic architecture and a prime location. It could be used for retail displays of art for sale, or as an additional studio or classroom. Currently, the landlord is asking $900 per month, plus utilities, and will require a one year lease…however, there may be opportunities for some negotiation for the right tenant. Anyone interested in learning more should contact swwasson@gmail.com. The space will be listed with a realtor shortly, at which time the price will increase to cover the real estate commission.
  • Working Artist Prize

    Posted on: November 18th, 2016
    $1000.00 Working Artist Grant/Art Purchase Award Call for Artists Submissions -- Monthly The Working Artist Grant/Art Purchase Award is a meager one-time art award intended to disperse small but vitalizing bursts of funding to support an artist's ongoing art making process. This award is available to all artists worldwide, working in all traditional and new visual arts mediums, including but not limited to: conceptual, installation, drawing, painting, prints, sculpture, glass, mixed media, new media, photography and video. We regret that we do not accept submissions for music, performance or dance. If selected as our winner, we ask that the award recipient be willing to exchange one of their original works or smaller series of original works for inclusion in our collection, in return for our award. Work considered by the artist as of equal value, and available for acquisition can be negotiated upon receipt of the award. We do pay the artist's shipping costs. Please send us your best work for review. If you are interested in being considered for our award, please either: send us your website, or, send us 5 digital images/files of recent work, (total mail size no larger than 2 MB please) -- to us via email. No written proposals or CV's are required unless the artist would like to include them. Instead, please simply include in the body of your email current contact information, and send to: grant@workingartist.org. There is no application form.
  • $750 / 900ft2 – Ground Floor Retail/Work/Mfg Space (Newburgh)

    Posted on: July 25th, 2016
    Be a part of the City of Newburgh burgeoning art/creative community.This space is zoned for warehouse, light manufacturing, retail, or office space available. Ideal uses: Design Studio Artist work space Offices Light Manufacturing Retail Photography Studio Furniture/Antique Restoration No recording studios This is for commercial use only. It is not a live/work space. Space can be ready for Aug 15th move in. This is a ground floor space. 900 sq ft expandable to 1,400 sq ft all on ground floor 10' Ceilings A garage door can be added Includes paneled office area If you are not familiar with Newburgh, here is a video showing some of the highlight landmarks in the area. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vz6857B6IU4 Call Jeff to set up an appointment
  • Studio Space at Regal Bag in Newburgh

    Posted on: June 24th, 2016
    Open house every Wednesday from 3 - 6 PM at Regal Bag Studios. 302 N Water Street, Newburgh, NY. Come by and check out our waterfront artist's spaces. Regal Bag Studios is located in the Regal Bag Building, on the western side of the Hudson River in Newburgh, NY. We have a variety of creative spaces ranging from 600 square feet to 1,300 square feet. We are also able to custom build spaces based on your needs. We are conveniently located with easy access to mass transit and major highways. One mile to the Beacon Ferry, 10 minutes to Metro North, and only 2 miles to Route 84 and access to the NYS Thruway. A variety of restaurants are within a one mile radius.
  • Studio Space at Atlas Industries in Newburgh

    Posted on: June 24th, 2016
    Email info@atlaseast.com for more info or check website Examples of studios available: 705 sqft. two-bay, south facing studio with wood floors, ceiling height windows, 14' ceilings, exposed brick, original beams, heating, A/C, wifi. Inquire about pricing. 913 sqft. three-bay studio with original wood floors, ceiling height windows, 14' ceilings, exposed brick, original beams. Rent includes electricity, heating, A/C, wifi. Private entrance on South William Street, ideal for workshop and/or retail space. The building has a loading dock, freight elevator, gated, off-street parking and 24 hour access for tenants. Inquire about pricing.
  • Publish your review, essay, or other article in ArtAscent Art & Literature Journal

    Posted on: June 24th, 2016
    Article types: Features, essays, reviews, reports, and other informative articles Articles may be original investigative reporting, scholarly research, and biographies of or interviews with important artists or critics. They may include discussion of larger economic and cultural issues, or any subject in the domain of visual and written arts and cultural criticism. Articles may be about visual and written arts exhibitions, installations, festivals, symposiums, conferences, and other formal gatherings. Suggested subjects include: Global art culture, art trends, art investing, art in travel, global niches, art and decor, and types of art. Deadline: Ongoing If Your Submission Is Accepted Selected articles are: Published in ArtAscent Art & Literature Journal which is available in print (for sale) and digital (for free) form. Your feature includes your article, photos, and author bio sentence and website link. Magazines are available long after initial release, so your exposure may continue for several years. Possibly included in the ArtAscent website Art Investors Blog. Possibly promoted on the ArtAscent Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest feeds. How To Apply To This Article Submissions Call Your articles must: Speak to art buyers and art lovers. This is not a how-to article for artists/writers. Be about 450 to 1350 words in length. Supplied in Microsoft Word, single spaced lines, single spaces after periods, plain text formatting, edited for grammar and spelling. Include a one-sentence bio about the author at the end of the article. Cover a large scale creative subject/event – promotions of personal portfolios, businesses, and individual studio tours will be declined. You are encouraged to: Submit good quality images to accompany the article. Photos should be about 1500 pixels minimum on any one side. Photos must be your intellectual property and meet our terms of use. (Your or other images may (or may not) be published with your article.) Include the author’s relevant website/blog address to be published with the article. There is no fee for submitting articles, nor is there payment to the author. ArtAscent reserves the right to decline article submissions. Articles will be edited. The Article Submissions Call submission process includes submission of application form, submission review, submission editing, possible publication in ArtAscent magazine, and possible publication on website and/or social media.
  • Free Artist Space at Sugar Loaf Market

    Posted on: June 23rd, 2016
    Every weekend the Sugar Loaf Chamber of Commerce will host a Free Market in the Barnsider Parking lot in the heart of the hamlet from 11 AM to 5 PM. Food carts and produce vendors, fine artists or craftspeople contact Nick Zungoli to sign up. 845 469 9382. 10’x10′ spaces are offered free of charge. Nick Zungoli Photographs Exposures Gallery Sugar Loaf, New York Open Fri, Sat, Sun - 11 to 5 exposures.com 845 469 9382
  • Music and Art Fest 2016 at Orange County Choppers Cafe

    Posted on: June 6th, 2016
    This is the first of what we hope will be many Music and Arts Festivals in Orange County. This one-day, action packed festival brings together business people from across the county who are also talented musicians with Orange County visual artists and artisans to create a very unique event. These “not your typical” musicians will cover everything from jazz to country to rock and there will be exceptional exhibitions/sales of art, demonstrations and creative activities for everyone. Requirements: - Complete the registration form and send it, along with 3 images, to crounds@ocartscouncil.org. Use subject line “Music and Art Fest”. - Free for members to participate if you bring your own set up, $20 if you need a table - $20 for non-members to participate if you bring your own set up; $40 if you need a table - Artists are encouraged to bring their own tents for set-up if they have them. There is plenty of outdoor space. Please download the Call for Artists below for more information or call the Arts Council at 845-469-9168.
  • AIRIE Residency in Everglades

    Posted on: April 25th, 2016
    Spanning the southern tip of the Florida peninsula and most of Florida Bay, Everglades National Park is the only subtropical wilderness in North America. It is known for its rich wildlife, particularly large wading birds, and it is the only place in the world where both alligators and crocodiles coexist. The Everglades National Park artist-in-residence program offers artists the opportunity to live and work in this unique environment for one calendar month. The works completed during or following the residency, will contribute to public understanding and appreciation of Everglades National Park. These works will represent and resonate with the Everglades for present and future generations, giving park visitors and the general public an opportunity to see our heritage through the filter of the artists. Each AIRIE Fellow thus becomes an “ambassador” of the Everglades in the world.
  • Women’s STUDIO WORKSHOP: ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

    Posted on: April 18th, 2016
    Since its inception in 1974, WSW has brought artists from across the globe to work in our printmaking, hand papermaking, letterpress, photography, book arts, and ceramics studios. Over 6,500 Ulster County youth have participated in WSW’s art-in-education program and WSW’s has published more than 200 artist’s book editions, which are collected by major libraries and museums around the world. WSW’s mission is to operate and maintain an artists’ workspace that encourages the voice and vision of individual women artists, provides professional opportunities for artists at various stages of their careers, and promotes programs designed to stimulate public involvement, awareness, and support for the visual arts. The Artistic Director should be a practicing artist with deep knowledge and strong professional networks in the fields of printmaking, hand papermaking, and/or book arts. The new Artistic Director will maintain WSW’s high artistic standards, enhance current and develop new programming, manage a diverse studio staff, and work with visiting artists and teachers. She will also be the public face of the organization with the capacity to present and clearly articulate WSW’s mission and programs at national conferences. The Artistic Director will manage the team that: Awards grants and contract and schedule Artists-in-Residence Coordinates public art programs, such as the au-gust art festival and Dinner & Dialogues Builds curatorial/critical dialogue Arranges onsite and offsite exhibitions, and travelling exhibits/lectures Periodically participates (lecture/demonstrate) in national conferences, such as IAMPA, CBAA, Dard Hunter, SGC, MAPC Oversees visual support materials for grants and publications Supervises Studio Manager(s) and interns Works directly with the Studio Manager(s) and each Artist’s Book Resident to provide technical guidance and develop a production timeline Authorizes supply and material purchases Coordinates education programs including the Summer Art Institute and Hands-on Art, WSW’s public school art-in-education program Markets artists’ books Develops and coordinate follow-up artists’ assessment Requirements: MFA – three years out of school Administrative and/or organizational experience within a non-profit or other public service field Ideally, applicants will have been previously engaged in local and national level programs. Capacity to engage with professional artists and educators Excellent oral and written communication skills Ability to manage and delegate Be self-directed with excellent organizational skills and the ability to work in a busy studio/office environment Proficiency in Photoshop and InDesign Compensation: $35,000-$45,000 salary; health insurance allotment; four bedroom apartment in a historic house located in Stone Ridge. Applications accepted until position is filled
  • FREE Sugar Loaf “Second Saturday”

    Posted on: April 1st, 2016
    Participating businesses in Sugar Loaf will be hosting Second Saturday with stores extending hours 5-7:00pm and some beyond. Many Sugar Loaf stores will offer an array of refreshments, poetry, art exhibitions, jewelry demos, experiences, sales and more. The shops and galleries in the arts and crafts village of Sugar Loaf are welcoming the community to a monthly “meet and greet” evening. Let’s get personal! Some of the unique happenings you will find during Second Saturday on April 9th, are at the LightClub Curiosity Shoppe that will host a new Artist Louis Petersen who is an extremely talented illustrator and comic artist. Sugar Loaf Records: will have some Music while Bertoni Gallery will have new collection of jewelry designs including ones using Herkimer diamonds. Anyone purchasing any kind of diamond (April’s birthstone) this night will receive a free Herkimer diamond! Poetry reading, lecture and refreshments can be enjoyed as well. You will also find an array of other experiences at Rosner Soap, Ava's Hope Chest, Luft Gardens and Practical Magick. Bodi Tree will celebrate spring, planting seeds of abundance with Sherry C. At Pisces Passions you can see the latest Feet Paintings by owner Ada Hunter. Join Bliss Co-op for a meet and greet with demonstrations and light refreshments. Then visit Exposures Gallery for intriguing slide show at 6 pm featuring portraits of people from Nick Zungoli’s travels around the world. Milkweed will be exhibiting works by Artist Iain McInnes, and then you can have some fun at Merrily Paper where designer Kat Parrella will be sharing a "coloring for adults" activity. At Jessica Hengen’s studio there will be a jewelry making demo on forging sterling silver cuffs with various surface textures as well as an exhibition by Yaron Rosner. His new art show entitled ’Tales from the Thalamus’ is currently being shown in the brand new upstairs Gallery at J. Hengen Designs. Don’t forget to stop by the Cancun Inn for a fabulous meal. All in all you will find over a dozen shops participating in each Second Saturday of the month featuring different artists and shops sharing their unique talents with the community. Come visit us and share your creative spirit as well!! It is a FREE event for the community. Come join the Sugar Loaf Merchants April 9th from 5-7 and some open later. Stroll up and down Kings Highway to enjoy the creativity, fun, inspiration, education, art, and more. Visit www.SugarLoafNewYork.com for updated information or if you have a question call Melissa at 845-303-9976.
  • NYC Offering $2 Million to Promote Diversity in Theatre Management

    Posted on: March 23rd, 2016
    http://www.playbill.com/article/exclusive-nyc-offering-2-million-to-promote-diversity-in-theatre-management Responding to a January 2015 report that highlighted a lack of racial diversity in New York arts groups, New York City announced March 16 that it has allocated $2 million to the city's theatre groups to support "a more inclusive theatre community." Guidelines are being sent out to more than 1,000 arts groups and individuals in the five boroughs of New York, seeking applicants for the funds, according to Ryan Max of the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs. Specifically, the grants are being offered to provide training for production and technical personnel such as stage managers; stagehands; costumers; sound and lighting technicians; administrative and management personnel such as company managers; general managers; press agents; development, marketing, advertising and digital media staff; union administrators; and non-performing artistic personnel such as directors, designers, playwrights, composers, lyricists and casting agents. Other categories of theatre management are also eligible. The grants are designed "to expand access to professional positions in the theater and the breadth of people prepared to hold these positions and advance in this field" by promoting "the development and training of non-performing theater professionals, with a focus on engaging diverse participants." Individual grants will range from $50,000 to $250,000, out of a total pool of $2 million. The grant period will cover the 18 months from January 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018, and proposals must cover activities during that time period. However, existing programs that continue into that period will be eligible to apply. For more information, visit the Theatre Subdistrict Council web page: http://www1.nyc.gov/site/planning/zoning/districts-tools/theater-subdistrict-council-ldc.page
  • Literary Art Call for Milk Journal

    Posted on: March 14th, 2016
    http://www.milkjournal.net/#!submissions/iaqiw Haunt us. Move us. Punch us in the face. We are looking for work that pushes the boundaries, that makes us think, and most importantly, introduces us to a new perspective. We like weird. We like classical. We especially enjoy work pertaining to gender and feminist issues, but our content is certainly not limited to this. Imagery rich writing that makes us pea-green with wishing we'd written it first is what we like best.
  • 188Liberte call for Solo Shows

    Posted on: March 14th, 2016
    188Liberte would like to make itself available to solo artists. Newburgh is rich in artists evident by the many ongoing group shows. 188 Liberty has always celebrated local art. I would like to offer a temporary and affordable option to individual artists to showcase their work. Our space can easily hang and exhibit 20 to 25 good sized pieces. We have a projection system for video and audio. We have wonderful attendance at our Last Saturday events and with a kitchen and large backyard your receptions can spread out and handle a large crowd. We are erecting a new gazebo and walkways to make memorable outdoor events. Please contact Keith and lets discuss the possibilities! 188 Liberty...expect the unexpected # 845 321 2826
  • All Creatives Needed for Goshen Monthly Art Walk

    Posted on: March 10th, 2016
    NO DEADLINE Every First Friday, May through December 6:00pm-9:00PM Every first Friday of the month, downtown Goshen businesses exhibit regional artists along Main Street, creating an exciting self-guided art walk. This is open to musicians, literary artists, theater artists, visual artists, etc. All types welcome. Artists are encouraged to sell, network with other artists and businesses and self-promote any upcoming events during the walk. Interested artists are invited to send some information and 4 jpegs or a sample of your work to goshenartwalk@yahoo.com.
  • Minisink Dance Association

    Posted on: November 8th, 2015
    Full Circle Studio in Johnson, NY, announces the launch of the Minisink Dance Association. Anyone in Orange County may become a member. The association is performance oriented, and anyone over 7 years of age may join, no dance experience necessary. All dance styles are welcome. Monthly dues and a costume fee will apply. Supervised by Liz Geyer, former dancer with the New York City Ballet, choreographer and veteran dance teacher, the club will meet on Saturdays, during the school year. For registration and information, call the studio at 845-355-6683.
  • All Creatives Needed for Goshen Monthly Art Walk

    Posted on: March 10th, 2016
    NO DEADLINE Every First Friday, May through December 6:00pm-9:00PM Every first Friday of the month, downtown Goshen businesses exhibit regional artists along Main Street, creating an exciting self-guided art walk. This is open to musicians, literary artists, theater artists, visual artists, etc. All types welcome. Artists are encouraged to sell, network with other artists and businesses and self-promote any upcoming events during the walk. Interested artists are invited to send some information and 4 jpegs or a sample of your work to goshenartwalk@yahoo.com.
  • Minisink Dance Association

    Posted on: November 8th, 2015
    Full Circle Studio in Johnson, NY, announces the launch of the Minisink Dance Association. Anyone in Orange County may become a member. The association is performance oriented, and anyone over 7 years of age may join, no dance experience necessary. All dance styles are welcome. Monthly dues and a costume fee will apply. Supervised by Liz Geyer, former dancer with the New York City Ballet, choreographer and veteran dance teacher, the club will meet on Saturdays, during the school year. For registration and information, call the studio at 845-355-6683.
  • Decentralization Grants from Arts Midhudson

    Posted on: August 9th, 2017
    Arts Mid­Hudson announces the availability of over $100,000 in funds to support arts-­related activities taking place in 2018. Purring Tiger Inc., PopUp! (Photo Provided) Activities may include workshops, exhibits, performances, concerts, festivals, screenings, readings, cultural programming, artist-­initiated projects, and hands on arts workshops both in and out of school in Dutchess, Orange, and Ulster counties. The deadline to apply is November 15, 2017. Information sessions begin September 11 . This is a re-grant program of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), and is designed to support community-based arts activities in an effort to make quality arts programming available and to support local cultural expression. There are three distinct grant programs: PROJECT GRANTS support arts and cultural activities of nonprofit organizations, community groups and individual artists, including work in theater, dance, music, film, video, literature, visual arts, traditional arts, historical and cultural activities, as well as the use of libraries and community-based organizations as venues for the arts. Grant requests may range from $500 – $5,000. The INDIVIDUAL ARTIST COMMISSION is a $2,500 grant towards the creation of new work that engages a particular community in the artist’s creative process. The ARTS LEARNING GRANT funds up to $5,000 for sequential, skill-based workshops focused on the arts and artistic process. Projects can take place in-school during the school day or in after-school and community-based settings for groups of any age. Artists, cultural groups and nonprofit organizations may apply. Information sessions will be held throughout the region for potential applicants to gain an understanding of this grant opportunity. All new applicants should plan on attending one. RSVP ONLINE at https://tinyurl.com/2018InfoSession If you are unable to attend any of the sessions, and still wish to apply, you must contact the AMH Grants Team well in advance of the deadline, at 845.454.3222 or grants@artsmidhudson.org.
  • Congratulations Community Arts Grant Awardees!

    Posted on: March 1st, 2017
    The Orange County Arts Council would like to congratulate all those projects that received a Ten Year Anniversary Community Arts Grant. With only $10,000 to give away and 32 wonderful grant applications, the decisions were very difficult to make. The selection panel spent many hours discussing each application and everyone wished there was more money to give. The projects that received grants are: The Greenwood Lake Film Strip project: Developed in conjunction with the Hoboken Film Festival, the project consists of twenty (20) wooden “film-strip” cutouts, 2 feet wide by 4 feet high and mounted on stands at local businesses and area attractions in and around Greenwood Lake throughout the film festival. Each film strip was painted by a local artist with a movie related theme, such as film scenes, movie posters, collages, or any form of movie film art. Ghosts of Port Jervis: Through story compellation of carefully researched town history, historical facts and documented local ghost stories, the lives and memories of past residents of Port Jervis, will be shared. Guests will be led on foot, to various buildings and landmarks, while the storyteller acts as a guide, interweaving historical fact and ghost tales to create an entertaining, yet educational experience. Strongroom presents Jennifer Williams: Strongroom produced a public work by Jennifer Williams which is currently displayed on the empty wall on the side of 128 Liberty Street. The project opened during the Newburgh Illuminated Festival in early June and will remain up through the end of August. For this project, Jennifer was in residence in Newburgh while creating photographs that she used to digitally assemble her photo collage. This is her largest exterior public work to date. SeaChange Voyage and Floating Residency: Led by Orange County artist Kevin Buckland in association with the Mare Liberum arts collective, the 2017 SeaChange voyage supports deeper engagement of local artists in local environmental organizing through a “Floating Residency” whereby artists will join the voyage and explore river-related themes. Their artworks will be presented in a community art exhibition in Newburgh to raise awareness about the need to protect the Hudson River. The Painted Trotters of Goshen: The Painted Trotters of Goshen is a collaborative effort between the Village of Goshen and the Goshen Art League. Individual artists were given a plywood cutout of a horse which the artists painted in any style they chose. The horses are currently arraigned around the downtown Village of Goshen business district. Requiem (Newburgh): Requiem is a new theatrical work based on the poetry of Anna Akhmatova. Russian poet Anna Akhmatova began writing her poem, Requiem, during the 1930s "Reign of Terror," when Stalin arrested, executed & sent to Siberian work camps an estimated 20 million of his own people, calling them "enemies of the state.” Written over three decades, the poem wasn’t published in the USSR until 1987. This production follows this period of time in Russian history – examining it from the viewpoint of one woman left all alone who has lost both her husband and son. Encapsulate: Encapsulate is a short documentary about the unearthing of a time capsule in the Village of Warwick that has been buried for fifty years. The time capsule itself represents the community’s past, buried in the ground during the Centennial celebration during 1967. As preparations are made to bury a new time capsule, to be opened in 2067, the film deals with the commonalities in the human experience: responsibility, homecoming, mortality and legacy. Treecycle 2017: Wickham Works produced its 2nd annual Treecycle, a collaborative community art project. Treecycle was a two-day event that coincided with Earth and Arbor Day, and took place at Wickham Woodlands Manor & Pavilion in Warwick (former O.C. Correctional Facility). Seven Orange County artists/facilitators guided children and adults in the creation of sculptural trees made from up-cycled materials. These trees are currently on exhibit at various places throughout Warwick. DUSKLIT Interactive Art Bazaar: DUSKLIT is a one night art bazaar that challenges visitors to accept experience, rather than solely object, as art. Over seventy-five artists will transform the Seligmann Homestead in Sugar Loaf into a landscape of interactive 10 x 10’ installations, offering visitors the opportunity to witness, engage with, and participate in elaborate micro-environments and interdisciplinary performances, as well as to form relationships with the artists themselves. Newburgh Open Movement: Newburgh Open Movement (NOM) is a monthly dance and movement improvisation event that will take place from 1 - 4 PM at the Safe Harbors Lobby at the Ritz in the City of Newburgh on the last Saturday of every month between February and December of 2017. The event is open to all ages, backgrounds and abilities. It features expert instruction and facilitation by Ophra Wolf and live, improvised music by respected local professional musicians. Confabulation: The Notion of a Small Town: In 2017 the Village of Warwick is celebrating its Sesquicentennial, the 150th anniversary of the incorporation of the Village. Confabulation is a theatrical piece based on true/real stories garnered from the community. From these stories, archetype characters will emerge forming the basis for a larger story which will be edited into a final play which will be performed during the Warwick Summer Arts Festival. Hudson Valley Plein Air Festival: The Hudson Valley Plein Air Festival is a national-level plein air (outdoor painting) event which will take place at a variety of local sites including the Newburgh Waterfront and all the heritage tourism sites along the Hudson including Nature Museum of the Hudson Highlands, Washington's Headquarters, Newburgh Landing, and Knox's Headquarters, and culminate in a large exhibit at the SUNY Orange Middletown Campus. Milkweed Poetry Journal: The mission of Milkweed Poetry Workshop (MPW) is to create a community of poets and to support and encourage expression in words – written, spoken, and otherwise. MPW seeks to honor the diverse voices of these poets by publishing a quarterly journal that showcases the poems that are being written right now in Orange County, New York. Middletown Concert Chorale: The Middletown Concert Chorale will offer multiple musical performances which typically include a major classical work and smaller choir pieces chosen from a variety of musical styles from medieval to modern -- including musicals, madrigals, spirituals, seasonal, patriotic and folk music from around the world. Performances are held at St, John's Lutheran Church in Middletown, as well as one or two other venues in Middletown or other Orange Country townships such as Otisville, Montgomery and Port Jervis. Please check on the Arts Council's Facebook page to learn more about each of these great arts projects. We are excited to be working with all of our arts and cultural partners to strengthen the impact of the arts in Orange County. As the county's leader in arts services, please be in touch if you have ideas about how your organization and Orange County Arts Council can work together in the coming year.
  • Store For Rent – $500

    Posted on: November 28th, 2016
    $500 store for Rent at . Download files for photos. There is a lovely space available for the right creative tenant at #110 Clinton Street in the Village of Montgomery (across from the public parking lot). The current tenant will be leaving at the end of December, and the landlord is interested in finding a tenant who would enhance downtown Montgomery and offer something in keeping with the atmosphere of it’s charming restaurants, antique shops and unique retail stores. An artist or arts-related business would certainly fit this description. The space has an open floor plan, a back entrance for deliveries, large front double windows, historic architecture and a prime location. It could be used for retail displays of art for sale, or as an additional studio or classroom. Currently, the landlord is asking $900 per month, plus utilities, and will require a one year lease…however, there may be opportunities for some negotiation for the right tenant. Anyone interested in learning more should contact swwasson@gmail.com. The space will be listed with a realtor shortly, at which time the price will increase to cover the real estate commission.
  • Working Artist Prize

    Posted on: November 18th, 2016
    $1000.00 Working Artist Grant/Art Purchase Award Call for Artists Submissions -- Monthly The Working Artist Grant/Art Purchase Award is a meager one-time art award intended to disperse small but vitalizing bursts of funding to support an artist's ongoing art making process. This award is available to all artists worldwide, working in all traditional and new visual arts mediums, including but not limited to: conceptual, installation, drawing, painting, prints, sculpture, glass, mixed media, new media, photography and video. We regret that we do not accept submissions for music, performance or dance. If selected as our winner, we ask that the award recipient be willing to exchange one of their original works or smaller series of original works for inclusion in our collection, in return for our award. Work considered by the artist as of equal value, and available for acquisition can be negotiated upon receipt of the award. We do pay the artist's shipping costs. Please send us your best work for review. If you are interested in being considered for our award, please either: send us your website, or, send us 5 digital images/files of recent work, (total mail size no larger than 2 MB please) -- to us via email. No written proposals or CV's are required unless the artist would like to include them. Instead, please simply include in the body of your email current contact information, and send to: grant@workingartist.org. There is no application form.
  • Studio Space at Regal Bag in Newburgh

    Posted on: June 24th, 2016
    Open house every Wednesday from 3 - 6 PM at Regal Bag Studios. 302 N Water Street, Newburgh, NY. Come by and check out our waterfront artist's spaces. Regal Bag Studios is located in the Regal Bag Building, on the western side of the Hudson River in Newburgh, NY. We have a variety of creative spaces ranging from 600 square feet to 1,300 square feet. We are also able to custom build spaces based on your needs. We are conveniently located with easy access to mass transit and major highways. One mile to the Beacon Ferry, 10 minutes to Metro North, and only 2 miles to Route 84 and access to the NYS Thruway. A variety of restaurants are within a one mile radius.
  • Free Artist Space at Sugar Loaf Market

    Posted on: June 23rd, 2016
    Every weekend the Sugar Loaf Chamber of Commerce will host a Free Market in the Barnsider Parking lot in the heart of the hamlet from 11 AM to 5 PM. Food carts and produce vendors, fine artists or craftspeople contact Nick Zungoli to sign up. 845 469 9382. 10’x10′ spaces are offered free of charge. Nick Zungoli Photographs Exposures Gallery Sugar Loaf, New York Open Fri, Sat, Sun - 11 to 5 exposures.com 845 469 9382
  • Music and Art Fest 2016 at Orange County Choppers Cafe

    Posted on: June 6th, 2016
    This is the first of what we hope will be many Music and Arts Festivals in Orange County. This one-day, action packed festival brings together business people from across the county who are also talented musicians with Orange County visual artists and artisans to create a very unique event. These “not your typical” musicians will cover everything from jazz to country to rock and there will be exceptional exhibitions/sales of art, demonstrations and creative activities for everyone. Requirements: - Complete the registration form and send it, along with 3 images, to crounds@ocartscouncil.org. Use subject line “Music and Art Fest”. - Free for members to participate if you bring your own set up, $20 if you need a table - $20 for non-members to participate if you bring your own set up; $40 if you need a table - Artists are encouraged to bring their own tents for set-up if they have them. There is plenty of outdoor space. Please download the Call for Artists below for more information or call the Arts Council at 845-469-9168.
  • FREE Sugar Loaf “Second Saturday”

    Posted on: April 1st, 2016
    Participating businesses in Sugar Loaf will be hosting Second Saturday with stores extending hours 5-7:00pm and some beyond. Many Sugar Loaf stores will offer an array of refreshments, poetry, art exhibitions, jewelry demos, experiences, sales and more. The shops and galleries in the arts and crafts village of Sugar Loaf are welcoming the community to a monthly “meet and greet” evening. Let’s get personal! Some of the unique happenings you will find during Second Saturday on April 9th, are at the LightClub Curiosity Shoppe that will host a new Artist Louis Petersen who is an extremely talented illustrator and comic artist. Sugar Loaf Records: will have some Music while Bertoni Gallery will have new collection of jewelry designs including ones using Herkimer diamonds. Anyone purchasing any kind of diamond (April’s birthstone) this night will receive a free Herkimer diamond! Poetry reading, lecture and refreshments can be enjoyed as well. You will also find an array of other experiences at Rosner Soap, Ava's Hope Chest, Luft Gardens and Practical Magick. Bodi Tree will celebrate spring, planting seeds of abundance with Sherry C. At Pisces Passions you can see the latest Feet Paintings by owner Ada Hunter. Join Bliss Co-op for a meet and greet with demonstrations and light refreshments. Then visit Exposures Gallery for intriguing slide show at 6 pm featuring portraits of people from Nick Zungoli’s travels around the world. Milkweed will be exhibiting works by Artist Iain McInnes, and then you can have some fun at Merrily Paper where designer Kat Parrella will be sharing a "coloring for adults" activity. At Jessica Hengen’s studio there will be a jewelry making demo on forging sterling silver cuffs with various surface textures as well as an exhibition by Yaron Rosner. His new art show entitled ’Tales from the Thalamus’ is currently being shown in the brand new upstairs Gallery at J. Hengen Designs. Don’t forget to stop by the Cancun Inn for a fabulous meal. All in all you will find over a dozen shops participating in each Second Saturday of the month featuring different artists and shops sharing their unique talents with the community. Come visit us and share your creative spirit as well!! It is a FREE event for the community. Come join the Sugar Loaf Merchants April 9th from 5-7 and some open later. Stroll up and down Kings Highway to enjoy the creativity, fun, inspiration, education, art, and more. Visit www.SugarLoafNewYork.com for updated information or if you have a question call Melissa at 845-303-9976.
  • Decentralization Grants from Arts Midhudson

    Posted on: August 9th, 2017
    Arts Mid­Hudson announces the availability of over $100,000 in funds to support arts-­related activities taking place in 2018. Purring Tiger Inc., PopUp! (Photo Provided) Activities may include workshops, exhibits, performances, concerts, festivals, screenings, readings, cultural programming, artist-­initiated projects, and hands on arts workshops both in and out of school in Dutchess, Orange, and Ulster counties. The deadline to apply is November 15, 2017. Information sessions begin September 11 . This is a re-grant program of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), and is designed to support community-based arts activities in an effort to make quality arts programming available and to support local cultural expression. There are three distinct grant programs: PROJECT GRANTS support arts and cultural activities of nonprofit organizations, community groups and individual artists, including work in theater, dance, music, film, video, literature, visual arts, traditional arts, historical and cultural activities, as well as the use of libraries and community-based organizations as venues for the arts. Grant requests may range from $500 – $5,000. The INDIVIDUAL ARTIST COMMISSION is a $2,500 grant towards the creation of new work that engages a particular community in the artist’s creative process. The ARTS LEARNING GRANT funds up to $5,000 for sequential, skill-based workshops focused on the arts and artistic process. Projects can take place in-school during the school day or in after-school and community-based settings for groups of any age. Artists, cultural groups and nonprofit organizations may apply. Information sessions will be held throughout the region for potential applicants to gain an understanding of this grant opportunity. All new applicants should plan on attending one. RSVP ONLINE at https://tinyurl.com/2018InfoSession If you are unable to attend any of the sessions, and still wish to apply, you must contact the AMH Grants Team well in advance of the deadline, at 845.454.3222 or grants@artsmidhudson.org.
  • Congratulations Community Arts Grant Awardees!

    Posted on: March 1st, 2017
    The Orange County Arts Council would like to congratulate all those projects that received a Ten Year Anniversary Community Arts Grant. With only $10,000 to give away and 32 wonderful grant applications, the decisions were very difficult to make. The selection panel spent many hours discussing each application and everyone wished there was more money to give. The projects that received grants are: The Greenwood Lake Film Strip project: Developed in conjunction with the Hoboken Film Festival, the project consists of twenty (20) wooden “film-strip” cutouts, 2 feet wide by 4 feet high and mounted on stands at local businesses and area attractions in and around Greenwood Lake throughout the film festival. Each film strip was painted by a local artist with a movie related theme, such as film scenes, movie posters, collages, or any form of movie film art. Ghosts of Port Jervis: Through story compellation of carefully researched town history, historical facts and documented local ghost stories, the lives and memories of past residents of Port Jervis, will be shared. Guests will be led on foot, to various buildings and landmarks, while the storyteller acts as a guide, interweaving historical fact and ghost tales to create an entertaining, yet educational experience. Strongroom presents Jennifer Williams: Strongroom produced a public work by Jennifer Williams which is currently displayed on the empty wall on the side of 128 Liberty Street. The project opened during the Newburgh Illuminated Festival in early June and will remain up through the end of August. For this project, Jennifer was in residence in Newburgh while creating photographs that she used to digitally assemble her photo collage. This is her largest exterior public work to date. SeaChange Voyage and Floating Residency: Led by Orange County artist Kevin Buckland in association with the Mare Liberum arts collective, the 2017 SeaChange voyage supports deeper engagement of local artists in local environmental organizing through a “Floating Residency” whereby artists will join the voyage and explore river-related themes. Their artworks will be presented in a community art exhibition in Newburgh to raise awareness about the need to protect the Hudson River. The Painted Trotters of Goshen: The Painted Trotters of Goshen is a collaborative effort between the Village of Goshen and the Goshen Art League. Individual artists were given a plywood cutout of a horse which the artists painted in any style they chose. The horses are currently arraigned around the downtown Village of Goshen business district. Requiem (Newburgh): Requiem is a new theatrical work based on the poetry of Anna Akhmatova. Russian poet Anna Akhmatova began writing her poem, Requiem, during the 1930s "Reign of Terror," when Stalin arrested, executed & sent to Siberian work camps an estimated 20 million of his own people, calling them "enemies of the state.” Written over three decades, the poem wasn’t published in the USSR until 1987. This production follows this period of time in Russian history – examining it from the viewpoint of one woman left all alone who has lost both her husband and son. Encapsulate: Encapsulate is a short documentary about the unearthing of a time capsule in the Village of Warwick that has been buried for fifty years. The time capsule itself represents the community’s past, buried in the ground during the Centennial celebration during 1967. As preparations are made to bury a new time capsule, to be opened in 2067, the film deals with the commonalities in the human experience: responsibility, homecoming, mortality and legacy. Treecycle 2017: Wickham Works produced its 2nd annual Treecycle, a collaborative community art project. Treecycle was a two-day event that coincided with Earth and Arbor Day, and took place at Wickham Woodlands Manor & Pavilion in Warwick (former O.C. Correctional Facility). Seven Orange County artists/facilitators guided children and adults in the creation of sculptural trees made from up-cycled materials. These trees are currently on exhibit at various places throughout Warwick. DUSKLIT Interactive Art Bazaar: DUSKLIT is a one night art bazaar that challenges visitors to accept experience, rather than solely object, as art. Over seventy-five artists will transform the Seligmann Homestead in Sugar Loaf into a landscape of interactive 10 x 10’ installations, offering visitors the opportunity to witness, engage with, and participate in elaborate micro-environments and interdisciplinary performances, as well as to form relationships with the artists themselves. Newburgh Open Movement: Newburgh Open Movement (NOM) is a monthly dance and movement improvisation event that will take place from 1 - 4 PM at the Safe Harbors Lobby at the Ritz in the City of Newburgh on the last Saturday of every month between February and December of 2017. The event is open to all ages, backgrounds and abilities. It features expert instruction and facilitation by Ophra Wolf and live, improvised music by respected local professional musicians. Confabulation: The Notion of a Small Town: In 2017 the Village of Warwick is celebrating its Sesquicentennial, the 150th anniversary of the incorporation of the Village. Confabulation is a theatrical piece based on true/real stories garnered from the community. From these stories, archetype characters will emerge forming the basis for a larger story which will be edited into a final play which will be performed during the Warwick Summer Arts Festival. Hudson Valley Plein Air Festival: The Hudson Valley Plein Air Festival is a national-level plein air (outdoor painting) event which will take place at a variety of local sites including the Newburgh Waterfront and all the heritage tourism sites along the Hudson including Nature Museum of the Hudson Highlands, Washington's Headquarters, Newburgh Landing, and Knox's Headquarters, and culminate in a large exhibit at the SUNY Orange Middletown Campus. Milkweed Poetry Journal: The mission of Milkweed Poetry Workshop (MPW) is to create a community of poets and to support and encourage expression in words – written, spoken, and otherwise. MPW seeks to honor the diverse voices of these poets by publishing a quarterly journal that showcases the poems that are being written right now in Orange County, New York. Middletown Concert Chorale: The Middletown Concert Chorale will offer multiple musical performances which typically include a major classical work and smaller choir pieces chosen from a variety of musical styles from medieval to modern -- including musicals, madrigals, spirituals, seasonal, patriotic and folk music from around the world. Performances are held at St, John's Lutheran Church in Middletown, as well as one or two other venues in Middletown or other Orange Country townships such as Otisville, Montgomery and Port Jervis. Please check on the Arts Council's Facebook page to learn more about each of these great arts projects. We are excited to be working with all of our arts and cultural partners to strengthen the impact of the arts in Orange County. As the county's leader in arts services, please be in touch if you have ideas about how your organization and Orange County Arts Council can work together in the coming year.
  • Working Artist Prize

    Posted on: November 18th, 2016
    $1000.00 Working Artist Grant/Art Purchase Award Call for Artists Submissions -- Monthly The Working Artist Grant/Art Purchase Award is a meager one-time art award intended to disperse small but vitalizing bursts of funding to support an artist's ongoing art making process. This award is available to all artists worldwide, working in all traditional and new visual arts mediums, including but not limited to: conceptual, installation, drawing, painting, prints, sculpture, glass, mixed media, new media, photography and video. We regret that we do not accept submissions for music, performance or dance. If selected as our winner, we ask that the award recipient be willing to exchange one of their original works or smaller series of original works for inclusion in our collection, in return for our award. Work considered by the artist as of equal value, and available for acquisition can be negotiated upon receipt of the award. We do pay the artist's shipping costs. Please send us your best work for review. If you are interested in being considered for our award, please either: send us your website, or, send us 5 digital images/files of recent work, (total mail size no larger than 2 MB please) -- to us via email. No written proposals or CV's are required unless the artist would like to include them. Instead, please simply include in the body of your email current contact information, and send to: grant@workingartist.org. There is no application form.
  • NYC Offering $2 Million to Promote Diversity in Theatre Management

    Posted on: March 23rd, 2016
    http://www.playbill.com/article/exclusive-nyc-offering-2-million-to-promote-diversity-in-theatre-management Responding to a January 2015 report that highlighted a lack of racial diversity in New York arts groups, New York City announced March 16 that it has allocated $2 million to the city's theatre groups to support "a more inclusive theatre community." Guidelines are being sent out to more than 1,000 arts groups and individuals in the five boroughs of New York, seeking applicants for the funds, according to Ryan Max of the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs. Specifically, the grants are being offered to provide training for production and technical personnel such as stage managers; stagehands; costumers; sound and lighting technicians; administrative and management personnel such as company managers; general managers; press agents; development, marketing, advertising and digital media staff; union administrators; and non-performing artistic personnel such as directors, designers, playwrights, composers, lyricists and casting agents. Other categories of theatre management are also eligible. The grants are designed "to expand access to professional positions in the theater and the breadth of people prepared to hold these positions and advance in this field" by promoting "the development and training of non-performing theater professionals, with a focus on engaging diverse participants." Individual grants will range from $50,000 to $250,000, out of a total pool of $2 million. The grant period will cover the 18 months from January 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018, and proposals must cover activities during that time period. However, existing programs that continue into that period will be eligible to apply. For more information, visit the Theatre Subdistrict Council web page: http://www1.nyc.gov/site/planning/zoning/districts-tools/theater-subdistrict-council-ldc.page
  • Women’s STUDIO WORKSHOP: ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

    Posted on: April 18th, 2016
    Since its inception in 1974, WSW has brought artists from across the globe to work in our printmaking, hand papermaking, letterpress, photography, book arts, and ceramics studios. Over 6,500 Ulster County youth have participated in WSW’s art-in-education program and WSW’s has published more than 200 artist’s book editions, which are collected by major libraries and museums around the world. WSW’s mission is to operate and maintain an artists’ workspace that encourages the voice and vision of individual women artists, provides professional opportunities for artists at various stages of their careers, and promotes programs designed to stimulate public involvement, awareness, and support for the visual arts. The Artistic Director should be a practicing artist with deep knowledge and strong professional networks in the fields of printmaking, hand papermaking, and/or book arts. The new Artistic Director will maintain WSW’s high artistic standards, enhance current and develop new programming, manage a diverse studio staff, and work with visiting artists and teachers. She will also be the public face of the organization with the capacity to present and clearly articulate WSW’s mission and programs at national conferences. The Artistic Director will manage the team that: Awards grants and contract and schedule Artists-in-Residence Coordinates public art programs, such as the au-gust art festival and Dinner & Dialogues Builds curatorial/critical dialogue Arranges onsite and offsite exhibitions, and travelling exhibits/lectures Periodically participates (lecture/demonstrate) in national conferences, such as IAMPA, CBAA, Dard Hunter, SGC, MAPC Oversees visual support materials for grants and publications Supervises Studio Manager(s) and interns Works directly with the Studio Manager(s) and each Artist’s Book Resident to provide technical guidance and develop a production timeline Authorizes supply and material purchases Coordinates education programs including the Summer Art Institute and Hands-on Art, WSW’s public school art-in-education program Markets artists’ books Develops and coordinate follow-up artists’ assessment Requirements: MFA – three years out of school Administrative and/or organizational experience within a non-profit or other public service field Ideally, applicants will have been previously engaged in local and national level programs. Capacity to engage with professional artists and educators Excellent oral and written communication skills Ability to manage and delegate Be self-directed with excellent organizational skills and the ability to work in a busy studio/office environment Proficiency in Photoshop and InDesign Compensation: $35,000-$45,000 salary; health insurance allotment; four bedroom apartment in a historic house located in Stone Ridge. Applications accepted until position is filled
  • Delaware Valley Arts Alliance seeks a candidate for Program Director

    Posted on: February 24th, 2016
    Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA), located in the vibrant Delaware River community of Narrowsburg, NY, and the arts council for Sullivan County, NY, seeks a Program Director to organize and manage performances at Tusten Theatre and Krause Recital Hall in Narrowsburg, as well as public programs and events that DVAA offers throughout Sullivan County. A successful candidate will be innovative, energetic and creative, and passionate about the arts and their impact on small communities. A background in performing arts and/or stage managing is desirable. S/he will be organized, detail-oriented and flexible. S/he will have expertise in utilizing social media and have excellent communication skills, written and verbal. This is a full-time exempt position. Specific duties include: • Thoughtful design of a dynamic performance and event season • Scouting, negotiating and contracting with artists and performers • Coordinating programs with other staff (gallery director and festival chairs) • Coordinating promotional materials with the Communications Director and calendar with other staff • Implementing on-site and off-site programs • Managing the maintenance and care of technical equipment • Researching resources and grants for community programming • Assisting with grant writing • Assisting DVAA Volunteer Coordinator with volunteer recruitment for events • Assisting with the planning and implementation of fundraising events • Reporting program information required by the Executive Director (i.e. ASCAP, attendance or grant stats, etc.) Email résumes to dvaasearchcommittee@gmail.com or mail to DVAA Search, P.O. Box 170, Narrowsburg, NY 12764. About Delaware Valley Arts Alliance: Founded in 1976, Delaware Valley Arts Alliance is a multi-disciplinary, community based arts organization dedicated to making the arts integral to rural life. With an arts center and performance venue in Narrowsburg, and a series of partnerships throughout Sullivan County, DVAA offers year-round arts programming consisting of high-quality performances, exhibits, film screening, and other community events that aim to advance the work of regional artists and serve the residents of and visitors to Sullivan County. Delaware Valley Arts Alliance also administers the Decentralization Grant Program in Sullivan County, and provides technical assistance and professional development opportunities to artists and arts organizations working in our region. DVAA currently has a staff of one full-time executive director, and a part time gallery director, a regrant coordinator and a communications director. There is a supporting Board of Directors of 15 people.
  • Audible Emerging Playwright Fund

    Posted on: June 7th, 2017
    AUDIBLE EMERGING PLAYWRIGHT FUND SUBMISSION GUIDELINES Audible Inc. has announced the establishment of fund up to $5 million (“Theater Fund”) dedicated to the commission and development of innovative English-language works from playwrights around the globe. The fund will support the creation of one- and two-person audio plays driven by language and voice, in keeping with Audible’s core commitment to elevating listening experiences through powerful performances of brilliantly composed words. Audible will solicit submissions for fund grants immediately, and plans to begin releasing original theater for Audible listeners in late 2017. To be considered to be a recipient of a portion of the Theater Fund and awarded a commission by Audible, please submit all of the following to AudibleTheater@audible.com: 1. One full-length script for an original or adapted play (in English language only) that best represents your “voice” (“Script”). The Script can be in any genre and may include one-acts, musicals and solo pieces; 2. A short biography; and 3. A brief statement about why audio plays appeal to you. ELIGIBILITY. Anybody over the age of 18 may submit a Script. Employees or independent contractors, or immediate family members (spouses, domestic partners, parents, grandparents, siblings, children, and grandchildren) or those living in the same household of employees or independent contractors of Audible LLC, Amazon or any entity involved in any aspect of the Theatre Fund may not submit a Script for consideration. TIMELINE. Submissions are accepted year-round. Due to the number of Scripts that Audible receives, Audible is only able to accept one Script at a time from the same author and cannot consider resubmissions, including those that have been significantly revised. Thanks in advance for your patience while we process your Script; our typical response time is 6-8 months. CONDITIONS. All submissions must be the original creations of the entrants. By submitting a Script, each entrant represents and warrants that (a) his/her Script is his/her original creation and (b) his/her Script is the sole and exclusive property of the entrant. Audible may disqualify any entrant whose Script Audible determines, in its sole discretion, at any time not to comply with any requirement described in these Guidelines or the foregoing representations and warranties. Entrant understand and acknowledge that Audible (i) receives numerous submissions of show ideas and creative materials from third parties, and (ii) is constantly developing ideas, formats, stories, concepts, artwork, music, and the like, and (iii) many such submissions received or Audible original developments may be similar to or identical to those contained in a Script. You understand and agree that Audible’s use of material containing elements similar to or identical with the Script shall not obligate Audible to any entrant in any manner if Audible developed or obtained such material either independently or from sources other than a particular Script.
  • Publish your review, essay, or other article in ArtAscent Art & Literature Journal

    Posted on: June 24th, 2016
    Article types: Features, essays, reviews, reports, and other informative articles Articles may be original investigative reporting, scholarly research, and biographies of or interviews with important artists or critics. They may include discussion of larger economic and cultural issues, or any subject in the domain of visual and written arts and cultural criticism. Articles may be about visual and written arts exhibitions, installations, festivals, symposiums, conferences, and other formal gatherings. Suggested subjects include: Global art culture, art trends, art investing, art in travel, global niches, art and decor, and types of art. Deadline: Ongoing If Your Submission Is Accepted Selected articles are: Published in ArtAscent Art & Literature Journal which is available in print (for sale) and digital (for free) form. Your feature includes your article, photos, and author bio sentence and website link. Magazines are available long after initial release, so your exposure may continue for several years. Possibly included in the ArtAscent website Art Investors Blog. Possibly promoted on the ArtAscent Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest feeds. How To Apply To This Article Submissions Call Your articles must: Speak to art buyers and art lovers. This is not a how-to article for artists/writers. Be about 450 to 1350 words in length. Supplied in Microsoft Word, single spaced lines, single spaces after periods, plain text formatting, edited for grammar and spelling. Include a one-sentence bio about the author at the end of the article. Cover a large scale creative subject/event – promotions of personal portfolios, businesses, and individual studio tours will be declined. You are encouraged to: Submit good quality images to accompany the article. Photos should be about 1500 pixels minimum on any one side. Photos must be your intellectual property and meet our terms of use. (Your or other images may (or may not) be published with your article.) Include the author’s relevant website/blog address to be published with the article. There is no fee for submitting articles, nor is there payment to the author. ArtAscent reserves the right to decline article submissions. Articles will be edited. The Article Submissions Call submission process includes submission of application form, submission review, submission editing, possible publication in ArtAscent magazine, and possible publication on website and/or social media.
  • Store For Rent – $500

    Posted on: November 28th, 2016
    $500 store for Rent at . Download files for photos. There is a lovely space available for the right creative tenant at #110 Clinton Street in the Village of Montgomery (across from the public parking lot). The current tenant will be leaving at the end of December, and the landlord is interested in finding a tenant who would enhance downtown Montgomery and offer something in keeping with the atmosphere of it’s charming restaurants, antique shops and unique retail stores. An artist or arts-related business would certainly fit this description. The space has an open floor plan, a back entrance for deliveries, large front double windows, historic architecture and a prime location. It could be used for retail displays of art for sale, or as an additional studio or classroom. Currently, the landlord is asking $900 per month, plus utilities, and will require a one year lease…however, there may be opportunities for some negotiation for the right tenant. Anyone interested in learning more should contact swwasson@gmail.com. The space will be listed with a realtor shortly, at which time the price will increase to cover the real estate commission.
  • Working Artist Prize

    Posted on: November 18th, 2016
    $1000.00 Working Artist Grant/Art Purchase Award Call for Artists Submissions -- Monthly The Working Artist Grant/Art Purchase Award is a meager one-time art award intended to disperse small but vitalizing bursts of funding to support an artist's ongoing art making process. This award is available to all artists worldwide, working in all traditional and new visual arts mediums, including but not limited to: conceptual, installation, drawing, painting, prints, sculpture, glass, mixed media, new media, photography and video. We regret that we do not accept submissions for music, performance or dance. If selected as our winner, we ask that the award recipient be willing to exchange one of their original works or smaller series of original works for inclusion in our collection, in return for our award. Work considered by the artist as of equal value, and available for acquisition can be negotiated upon receipt of the award. We do pay the artist's shipping costs. Please send us your best work for review. If you are interested in being considered for our award, please either: send us your website, or, send us 5 digital images/files of recent work, (total mail size no larger than 2 MB please) -- to us via email. No written proposals or CV's are required unless the artist would like to include them. Instead, please simply include in the body of your email current contact information, and send to: grant@workingartist.org. There is no application form.
  • Free Artist Space at Sugar Loaf Market

    Posted on: June 23rd, 2016
    Every weekend the Sugar Loaf Chamber of Commerce will host a Free Market in the Barnsider Parking lot in the heart of the hamlet from 11 AM to 5 PM. Food carts and produce vendors, fine artists or craftspeople contact Nick Zungoli to sign up. 845 469 9382. 10’x10′ spaces are offered free of charge. Nick Zungoli Photographs Exposures Gallery Sugar Loaf, New York Open Fri, Sat, Sun - 11 to 5 exposures.com 845 469 9382
  • NYC Offering $2 Million to Promote Diversity in Theatre Management

    Posted on: March 23rd, 2016
    http://www.playbill.com/article/exclusive-nyc-offering-2-million-to-promote-diversity-in-theatre-management Responding to a January 2015 report that highlighted a lack of racial diversity in New York arts groups, New York City announced March 16 that it has allocated $2 million to the city's theatre groups to support "a more inclusive theatre community." Guidelines are being sent out to more than 1,000 arts groups and individuals in the five boroughs of New York, seeking applicants for the funds, according to Ryan Max of the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs. Specifically, the grants are being offered to provide training for production and technical personnel such as stage managers; stagehands; costumers; sound and lighting technicians; administrative and management personnel such as company managers; general managers; press agents; development, marketing, advertising and digital media staff; union administrators; and non-performing artistic personnel such as directors, designers, playwrights, composers, lyricists and casting agents. Other categories of theatre management are also eligible. The grants are designed "to expand access to professional positions in the theater and the breadth of people prepared to hold these positions and advance in this field" by promoting "the development and training of non-performing theater professionals, with a focus on engaging diverse participants." Individual grants will range from $50,000 to $250,000, out of a total pool of $2 million. The grant period will cover the 18 months from January 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018, and proposals must cover activities during that time period. However, existing programs that continue into that period will be eligible to apply. For more information, visit the Theatre Subdistrict Council web page: http://www1.nyc.gov/site/planning/zoning/districts-tools/theater-subdistrict-council-ldc.page
  • Literary Art Call for Milk Journal

    Posted on: March 14th, 2016
    http://www.milkjournal.net/#!submissions/iaqiw Haunt us. Move us. Punch us in the face. We are looking for work that pushes the boundaries, that makes us think, and most importantly, introduces us to a new perspective. We like weird. We like classical. We especially enjoy work pertaining to gender and feminist issues, but our content is certainly not limited to this. Imagery rich writing that makes us pea-green with wishing we'd written it first is what we like best.
  • All Creatives Needed for Goshen Monthly Art Walk

    Posted on: March 10th, 2016
    NO DEADLINE Every First Friday, May through December 6:00pm-9:00PM Every first Friday of the month, downtown Goshen businesses exhibit regional artists along Main Street, creating an exciting self-guided art walk. This is open to musicians, literary artists, theater artists, visual artists, etc. All types welcome. Artists are encouraged to sell, network with other artists and businesses and self-promote any upcoming events during the walk. Interested artists are invited to send some information and 4 jpegs or a sample of your work to goshenartwalk@yahoo.com.
  • AIRIE Residency in Everglades

    Posted on: April 25th, 2016
    Spanning the southern tip of the Florida peninsula and most of Florida Bay, Everglades National Park is the only subtropical wilderness in North America. It is known for its rich wildlife, particularly large wading birds, and it is the only place in the world where both alligators and crocodiles coexist. The Everglades National Park artist-in-residence program offers artists the opportunity to live and work in this unique environment for one calendar month. The works completed during or following the residency, will contribute to public understanding and appreciation of Everglades National Park. These works will represent and resonate with the Everglades for present and future generations, giving park visitors and the general public an opportunity to see our heritage through the filter of the artists. Each AIRIE Fellow thus becomes an “ambassador” of the Everglades in the world.
  • Duplex Studio for Creative Use Only

    Posted on: July 6th, 2017
    2,500 sq ft space for $1,500/month. The ground floor is 1,500 sq ft and has a 9.5' garage door entrance and 10' ceilings. Second Floor is 1,000 sq ft. with 10' ceilings with skylights and great natural light. Landlord is looking to rent to those who have an art or creative use. The total warehouse size is 6,500 sq ft. It has been sub-divided into 5 units. The landlord has named the space the Newburgh Artist Colony. Current tenant uses include furniture restoration, art curating, woodworking, jewelry and comic book publishing. Any creative use that makes noise is OK. Sawing, cutting, grinding, welding can be done. No recording studios or other music uses allowed. Both floors have separate heating and AC units for cost efficiency. Ready for immediate move in.
  • Store For Rent – $500

    Posted on: November 28th, 2016
    $500 store for Rent at . Download files for photos. There is a lovely space available for the right creative tenant at #110 Clinton Street in the Village of Montgomery (across from the public parking lot). The current tenant will be leaving at the end of December, and the landlord is interested in finding a tenant who would enhance downtown Montgomery and offer something in keeping with the atmosphere of it’s charming restaurants, antique shops and unique retail stores. An artist or arts-related business would certainly fit this description. The space has an open floor plan, a back entrance for deliveries, large front double windows, historic architecture and a prime location. It could be used for retail displays of art for sale, or as an additional studio or classroom. Currently, the landlord is asking $900 per month, plus utilities, and will require a one year lease…however, there may be opportunities for some negotiation for the right tenant. Anyone interested in learning more should contact swwasson@gmail.com. The space will be listed with a realtor shortly, at which time the price will increase to cover the real estate commission.
  • $750 / 900ft2 – Ground Floor Retail/Work/Mfg Space (Newburgh)

    Posted on: July 25th, 2016
    Be a part of the City of Newburgh burgeoning art/creative community.This space is zoned for warehouse, light manufacturing, retail, or office space available. Ideal uses: Design Studio Artist work space Offices Light Manufacturing Retail Photography Studio Furniture/Antique Restoration No recording studios This is for commercial use only. It is not a live/work space. Space can be ready for Aug 15th move in. This is a ground floor space. 900 sq ft expandable to 1,400 sq ft all on ground floor 10' Ceilings A garage door can be added Includes paneled office area If you are not familiar with Newburgh, here is a video showing some of the highlight landmarks in the area. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vz6857B6IU4 Call Jeff to set up an appointment
  • Studio Space at Regal Bag in Newburgh

    Posted on: June 24th, 2016
    Open house every Wednesday from 3 - 6 PM at Regal Bag Studios. 302 N Water Street, Newburgh, NY. Come by and check out our waterfront artist's spaces. Regal Bag Studios is located in the Regal Bag Building, on the western side of the Hudson River in Newburgh, NY. We have a variety of creative spaces ranging from 600 square feet to 1,300 square feet. We are also able to custom build spaces based on your needs. We are conveniently located with easy access to mass transit and major highways. One mile to the Beacon Ferry, 10 minutes to Metro North, and only 2 miles to Route 84 and access to the NYS Thruway. A variety of restaurants are within a one mile radius.
  • Studio Space at Atlas Industries in Newburgh

    Posted on: June 24th, 2016
    Email info@atlaseast.com for more info or check website Examples of studios available: 705 sqft. two-bay, south facing studio with wood floors, ceiling height windows, 14' ceilings, exposed brick, original beams, heating, A/C, wifi. Inquire about pricing. 913 sqft. three-bay studio with original wood floors, ceiling height windows, 14' ceilings, exposed brick, original beams. Rent includes electricity, heating, A/C, wifi. Private entrance on South William Street, ideal for workshop and/or retail space. The building has a loading dock, freight elevator, gated, off-street parking and 24 hour access for tenants. Inquire about pricing.
  • Call for Artists, Crafters, Makers

    Posted on: July 3rd, 2017
    Call for Artists, art teachers, crafters and jewelry designers. New gallery in Warwick, New York on Main Street looking for locally made art, craft and jewelry. Opportunities for local artists to exhibit, sell, teach and more. We are looking to gather a small group of eager, positive, interested makers that would like to participate in building a relationship with the gallery. We are looking for mostly small works of art, craft and jewelry. There is limited space so call now. Any artist, crafter or jewelry designer interested in exhibiting please call 845-469-0993 or email bertoni@optonline.net.
  • Working Artist Prize

    Posted on: November 18th, 2016
    $1000.00 Working Artist Grant/Art Purchase Award Call for Artists Submissions -- Monthly The Working Artist Grant/Art Purchase Award is a meager one-time art award intended to disperse small but vitalizing bursts of funding to support an artist's ongoing art making process. This award is available to all artists worldwide, working in all traditional and new visual arts mediums, including but not limited to: conceptual, installation, drawing, painting, prints, sculpture, glass, mixed media, new media, photography and video. We regret that we do not accept submissions for music, performance or dance. If selected as our winner, we ask that the award recipient be willing to exchange one of their original works or smaller series of original works for inclusion in our collection, in return for our award. Work considered by the artist as of equal value, and available for acquisition can be negotiated upon receipt of the award. We do pay the artist's shipping costs. Please send us your best work for review. If you are interested in being considered for our award, please either: send us your website, or, send us 5 digital images/files of recent work, (total mail size no larger than 2 MB please) -- to us via email. No written proposals or CV's are required unless the artist would like to include them. Instead, please simply include in the body of your email current contact information, and send to: grant@workingartist.org. There is no application form.
  • Music and Art Fest 2016 at Orange County Choppers Cafe

    Posted on: June 6th, 2016
    This is the first of what we hope will be many Music and Arts Festivals in Orange County. This one-day, action packed festival brings together business people from across the county who are also talented musicians with Orange County visual artists and artisans to create a very unique event. These “not your typical” musicians will cover everything from jazz to country to rock and there will be exceptional exhibitions/sales of art, demonstrations and creative activities for everyone. Requirements: - Complete the registration form and send it, along with 3 images, to crounds@ocartscouncil.org. Use subject line “Music and Art Fest”. - Free for members to participate if you bring your own set up, $20 if you need a table - $20 for non-members to participate if you bring your own set up; $40 if you need a table - Artists are encouraged to bring their own tents for set-up if they have them. There is plenty of outdoor space. Please download the Call for Artists below for more information or call the Arts Council at 845-469-9168.
  • Literary Art Call for Milk Journal

    Posted on: March 14th, 2016
    http://www.milkjournal.net/#!submissions/iaqiw Haunt us. Move us. Punch us in the face. We are looking for work that pushes the boundaries, that makes us think, and most importantly, introduces us to a new perspective. We like weird. We like classical. We especially enjoy work pertaining to gender and feminist issues, but our content is certainly not limited to this. Imagery rich writing that makes us pea-green with wishing we'd written it first is what we like best.
  • 188Liberte call for Solo Shows

    Posted on: March 14th, 2016
    188Liberte would like to make itself available to solo artists. Newburgh is rich in artists evident by the many ongoing group shows. 188 Liberty has always celebrated local art. I would like to offer a temporary and affordable option to individual artists to showcase their work. Our space can easily hang and exhibit 20 to 25 good sized pieces. We have a projection system for video and audio. We have wonderful attendance at our Last Saturday events and with a kitchen and large backyard your receptions can spread out and handle a large crowd. We are erecting a new gazebo and walkways to make memorable outdoor events. Please contact Keith and lets discuss the possibilities! 188 Liberty...expect the unexpected # 845 321 2826
  • All Creatives Needed for Goshen Monthly Art Walk

    Posted on: March 10th, 2016
    NO DEADLINE Every First Friday, May through December 6:00pm-9:00PM Every first Friday of the month, downtown Goshen businesses exhibit regional artists along Main Street, creating an exciting self-guided art walk. This is open to musicians, literary artists, theater artists, visual artists, etc. All types welcome. Artists are encouraged to sell, network with other artists and businesses and self-promote any upcoming events during the walk. Interested artists are invited to send some information and 4 jpegs or a sample of your work to goshenartwalk@yahoo.com.

Events Calendar

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all-day Artist Peter Kopher Solo Exhibit @ Berkshire Bank
Artist Peter Kopher Solo Exhibit @ Berkshire Bank
Jun 30 – Sep 29 all-day
Artist Peter Kopher Solo Exhibit @ Berkshire Bank
Goshen Art League member Peter Kopher is currently exhibiting a series of his skillfully executed photography at the Berkshire Bank in Goshen, NY. This show will remain on display until September 29th, viewing hours are[...]
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all-day Faith In Motion Dance Studio…Sum... @ Faith In Motion Dance Studio
Faith In Motion Dance Studio…Sum... @ Faith In Motion Dance Studio
Aug 24 all-day
Faith In Motion Dance Studio...Summer Sale!  Dance Classes $10 @ Faith In Motion Dance Studio | Middletown | New York | United States
Summer Sale! Act Now! Limited Time Offer! 10 Classes for $10 Each! Learn Salsa, Hip Hop, Ballroom, Bachata, Cha Cha, African, Swing, & More! Sale is July & August ONLY! Call or visit our website[...]
all-day Wonderland @ Exposures Gallery
Wonderland @ Exposures Gallery
Aug 24 all-day
Wonderland @ Exposures Gallery | Chester | New York | United States
Recent work by Sugar Loaf photographer Nick Zungoli of Joshua Tree National Park, CA.

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