Regional Arts Information

Check back here often for updates about upcoming events, programs, and opportunities for artists in our region!

Upcoming Catskill Events

The Long Year Gallery of Margaretville welcomes new members on Friday, January 17 – February 9, 2020 with a group show entitled “Introductions: Showcasing New Members- Gail Freund, Bonnie Mitchell and Amy Silberkleit. The recpetion wil be held on Saturday, January 18 from 3pm to 6pm. For more information click here.

The Long Year Gallery of Margaretville will host “Artists Choose Artists 2020: Invitational Show” an invitational show chosen from local Artist peers. The opening reception will be held on Saturday February 15 from 3pm to 6pm and the exhibit will be on display from February 14 to March 15. For more information click here.

Artist Opportunities and Resources

All Artists and Crafters are invited to apply for the 26th Annual Colorscape Chenango Arts Festival. The deadline is March 6th and the event will take place on September 12th and 13th 2020. To find out more click here.

G.E.M The Gilbertsville Epressive Movement Is no accepting applications for it’s Summer Residency Program. The program includes a Private Studio, Free Housing, Materials, $1500 living allowance, Peace and Quiet and 1 month stay. To find out more and apply click here.

WAAM (Woodstock Artists Association & Museum is accepting submissions for their first focus show of 2020 Focus: Fish and Dish –  A Fresh Take on Still Life. The deadline for submissions is January 26, 2020. The show will be held from March 7 to April 5, 2020 with an opening reception to be held on March 14, 2020. To apply click here.

Arts in Education Roundtable NYC is now accepting applications for their 2020 Face to Face Arts in Education Conference to take place on April 15-16 2020 at the City College of New York. Apply to the NYSCA Face to Face Upstate (& Long Island) Arts Educator & NYC Unaffiliated Teaching Artists Subsidy Programs in conjunction with our upcoming Face to Face 2020 Conference on April 15-16 at the City College of New York. Qualified applicants from upstate New York (and Long Island) are invited to submit an application for funds toward the cost of travel, accommodation, and registration to attend the conference. Up to twenty unaffiliated teaching artists based in New York will receive a registration subsidy to attend the conference. To find out more Click Here.

Longyear Gallery, an established cooperative of professional artists in Margaretville NY, is currently accepting applications for membership. To learn about the gallery, visit www.longyeargallery.org. For information and application form, please write to mar.sil@verizon.net.

ArtsWestchester, in partnership with the African American Men of Westchester (AAMW), is seeks nominations for Hudson Valley-based photographers, with a significant body of work of outstanding artistic merit to receive the third annual Larry Salley Photography Award. The award recipient will be furnished with a $1,000 cash prize. If you know any local photographers that might be a good fit for this award we strongly encourage you to apply. If you are an artist yourself and would like to considered for this award, self-nominations are accepted. Please note the deadline for this is Monday January 20 at 11:59pm. Contact person is Logan Hanley, Gallery Manager, Lhanley@artswestchester.org or 914.428.4220 ext 33. For more information click here.

NYFA is seeking applicants for their Emerging Leaders Program 2020 who are committed to the arts with clear long-term leadership goals that are willing to engage in self-reflection and step outside of their comfort zone to learn new skills. We integrate creativity into the program with a flexible and adaptive approach that adjusts to the needs of the cohort throughout. Our core objective is to help arts administrators discover, identify, and develop their personal motivation and individual competencies as leaders while exploring the attributes and themes of arts leadership through an examination of traditional and contemporary leadership models. Arts administrators of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The program consists of 8 manadatory sessions. For eligibility and more information email learning@nyfa.org  or click here.

Art Related Jobs

CAP is currently seeking an Executive Director to work closely with its Board of Directors and Director of Programs and Grants to implement and oversee its current policies and programs, to be the organization’s public face and ambassador, and to bring energy, creativity, and innovation to shaping CAP’s future. The desired candidate will have a passion for the arts, be a facilitator, a collaborator, an active listener, a clear communicator, and a creative source of positive inspiration. This person will also be a team player, able to embrace the mechanics of meetings with the Board, committees, councils, and donors. For more information and how to apply click here.

CROP TEACHING ARTIST The Roxbury Arts Group invites dynamic, experienced, and creative Teaching Artists to lead sessions at after-school CROP Programs at ten public schools in Delaware, Greene, and Schoharie counties, for students in grades Kindergarten through Eighth grades.  RAG contracts CROP Teaching Artists that work in (but not limited to) the following disciplines: Visual Arts, Digital Media, Theater, Vocal and Instrumental Music, Dance, and Literature.  Please contact Samantha Nick, Grants & Community Coordinator at RAG, for more information, 607-326-7908 or community@roxburyartsgroup.org.

 

The Roxbury Arts Group is thrilled to spread the word about art-related happenings and opportunities in our region because we feel it contributes to a vibrant and thriving art community! Let us know about your event by sending an email to community@roxburyartsgroup.org.