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Inside Small: Small Works Exhibit CT

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Inside Small: Small Works Juried Art Exhibit
May 30 - June 26, 2019
Greenwich Botanical Center Art Gallery, Connecticut
Curator, Lisa D'Amico PhD

Open to all artists age 18 and over in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. All two-dimensional artwork is welcome including painting, drawing, photography, collage and printmaking.
Completed entry form must be included with all art submissions and emailed to curator. The gallery is NOT accepting submissions directly, they must be emailed to the curator ONLY.
Artwork must not exceed 10” x 10” (including frame if applicable). Artwork weight cannot exceed 15 lbs.  Artwork must have been completed within the past three years. Artwork must be ready to hang. All artwork must remain on display for the duration of the exhibit with no exceptions.
Artists may submit a maximum of 3 entries for consideration with their completed entry form.

DEADLINE: Friday, May 17, 2019

Deadline: 
05/17/2019

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Portfolio Series: Love and Fear

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Artists are invited to submit work that visually depicts love or fear on a personal, social, or cultural level. These emotions can be explored subtly or brazenly, intimately or with detachment, experientially or speculatively—however you choose to express them.

Studio Montclair’s annual Portfolio Series showcases multiple works of four to six artists and features a moderated panel discussion and slide show as part of the opening reception.

CURATOR: Marianne Trent is a mixed-media wood assemblage artist living in Bedminster, New Jersey with her family. She exhibits her work throughout the tri-state area. She has had a long creative career in the fashion and retail industries which has enabled her to travel the globe and develop a sense for color, pattern, and proportion, which informs her current artwork.

Deadline: 
02/20/2019
Fee Detail: 
$0
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52nd Annual Art in the Park Fine Art & Craft Fair

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52nd Annual Art in the Park Fine Art & Craft Fair

Saturday & Sunday

June 1 & 2, 2019 • 10am-5pm

Heckscher Park, Huntington, N.Y. 

Registration Deadline: May 24, 2019

The Art League Invites Fine Artists and Fine Crafters to display and sell their original works at this well-attended juried fair.  About 75 exhibitors participated in last year’s event, with thousands in attendance.

The Art League’s Fine Art & Craft Fairs select only artists and craftspeople who submit sample photos indicating handcrafted works of superior quality. Of those selected to participate, care is taken to ensure a balanced representation of artistic mediums. Mediums accepted include painting, photography, wood works, jewelry, ceramics, pottery, glass art, fiber art, wearable art, printmaking, mixed media, and other hand-made items. At the Fair, prizes are awarded to participating artists and craftspeople with the most innovative designs.  The fair runs from 10am to 5pm both days. 

 

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Musical Theatre Creation

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Overview

Theatre Alberta, Alberta Playwrights’ Network, and Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity are proud to welcome Bob Martin and Lisa Lambert, creators of the award-winning musical The Drowsy Chaperone, for a master class in Musical Theatre Creation. 

We are in a new golden age of musical theatre. Writers and composers are exploring daring topics, forms, and styles. This three-day workshop will provide playwrights and theatre creators with tools and insights that can be applied to their own writing practice, and an opportunity to learn about Martin and Lambert’s’ unique and collaborative style of musical theatre creation.

Long-time collaborators Martin and Lambert created The Drowsy Chaperone with writer Don McKellar and composer Greg Morrison. The play opened on Broadway in 2006 and went on to receive multiple Tony and Drama Desk awards, including awards for both book and score. 

What does the program offer?

Participants in Musical Theatre Creation will learn methods and practice skills necessary for creating original work. Topics will include the relationship between book writer and lyricist, the importance of identifying and embracing a personal writing process, and original works versus adaptations (and the challenges that each pose). Participants are asked to bring work-in-progress material to discuss and to receive feedback from the instructors.

Who should apply?

This program is intended for experienced playwrights and theatre creators with a strong interest in musical theatre creation. Individual artists, as well as those working as part of writing teams, are welcome to apply. Songwriting experience is an asset but not a requirement. Please note that this class will not cover musical composition.

Artists residing outside Alberta will be required to pay an out-of-province fee of $100.

This master class is presented by Theatre Alberta, Alberta Paywrights' Network and Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity as part of Theatre Alberta’s Workshops by Request: Rocky Mountain Series.

Date: March 01 - March 03, 2019

Deadline: 
01/23/2019
Fee Detail: 
65
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59th Long Island Artists Exhibition

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The Art League of Long Island invites artists from Suffolk, Nassau, Brooklyn, and Queens to submit entries to the upcoming juried exhibit featuring works by artists who call the four counties of the island home.  The 59th Long Island Artists Exhibition is now a biennial exhibit and will be on view in the Art League’s spacious Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery January 12 through February 10, 2019.   The deadline to submit applications is December 5, 2018.

Entry for each artist is limited to five works not previously exhibited in the Art League of Long Island’s gallery, one of which may be chosen from among submissions by the exhibition juror.  Two and three-dimensional work in any medium may be submitted, including photography and fine craft, with the exception of videos. 

The exhibition juror is Tim Newton, CEO and Chairman of the Board, Salmagundi Club, NYC. Tim Newton is Founder and Curator of American Masters, an annual exhibition and sale at the famed Salmagundi Club in New York City. Since its inception in 2008, the show has become one of the premier events for representational art.  Widely acknowledged for his discerning eye, his art collection has been featured in several national magazines.  He is a frequent judge of national and international shows and competitions.  Tim is a sought-after commentator on the subject of art and collecting.  In May of 2017 he was invited to China to speak at the prestigious China Central Academy of Art in Beijing and the Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts in Tianjin. He is frequently a featured speaker at museums and events.  He is a volunteer at the Salmagundi Club where he is serving his fourth term as Chairman of the Board and CEO. During his tenure, Tim has led Salmagundi through eight years of unprecedented growth.

Full details are available in the exhibition prospectus posted on website or call (631) 462-5400. 

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Open Art Exhibiton

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The Rugby Open Exhibition is open to artists from Rugby and adjoining counties (Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire and the West Midlands).  Each artist can submit up to three works.. All works will be subject to selection by a panel of judges including art professionals. The resulting exhibition will show the diversity of current artistic practice in painting, print, textiles, sculpture and new media.

Artists whose work is selected for the Rugby Open 18 will have the opportunity of winning one of a series of artist prizes. These range from financial awards to an opportunity for an artist to hold a solo show in the Floor One Gallery. Additionally, all of the work in the Rugby Open 18 can be for sale, which means that the exhibition is an excellent opportunity to sell work to those wishing to invest in high quality art at affordable prices.

 Entries will be accepted in the form of painting, sculpture, drawings, original prints, photographs, film and craftwork. We cannot accept installations or performances. Reproductions of drawings and paintings cannot be classed as prints and are, therefore, ineligible for entry. All work must remain in the gallery until the end of the exhibition. No works can be submitted that have been exhibited at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum before and works should have been created in the last year. Application forms must be submitted by 5th November 2018.

The Rugby Youth Open is open to any young person who lives, studies or works in Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Warwickshire and the West Midlands and who is between the ages of 14-19.  Each young artist can submit up to two works at a cost of £3 per work.  There are separate prizes for the 14-19 category.

Deadline: 
11/05/2018
Fee Detail: 
£6.00
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