ArtsWestchester.org is Westchester County’s guide for all-things-art. By listing “Artist Opportunities” available in the area, artists can find working opportunities that will help to strengthen and further their careers. Below is a sampling of some upcoming opportunities.
A Crack in Everything Submitted by Katonah Museum Artists’ Association
“Ring the bells that still can ring / Forget your perfect offering / There is a crack in everything / That’s how the light gets in”
This chorus from Leonard Cohen’s Anthem is the catalyst for this juried exhibition. Artists should submit work that is inspired by light, near darkness, enlightenment, revelation, discovery through imperfection, epiphany or a singular expression of Cohen’s ideas.
Deadline: April 15
A Call for Westchester Writers Submitted by Tutti Bravi Productions
Writers can submit their works about a Westchester person, place or event, to be produced as a theatrical piece by Tutti Bravi. Manuscripts of plays, musicals, operas, poetry collections and essays will be considered.
Deadline: April 28
Harrison Public Library’s Juried Art Program Submitted by Harrison Public Library
A juried art committee sponsored by Harrison Council for the Arts will award eleven artists with the opportunity to have their work displayed in a solo show at the library for approximately one month during 2018. Group shows (2-4 artists) will also be considered provided the artists register and submit work together.
Enter in person: May 19
How High The Moon Submitted by Hastings-on-Hudson Village Arts Commission and Hastings Historical Society
The Arts Commission is calling for artists to explore the magic, mystery and meaning of the moon throughout their lives for consideration in an exhibition titled How High the Moon, on view September 1-October 31 at the Hastings Village Hall Gallery.
Deadline: June 1
For more info, a full list of opportunities, and to sign up for email alerts, visit: artsw.org/artistopps.