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Cedar Lane Arts Center

The Town of Ossining (TOO) will introduce a new venue for the arts in April. It’s called The Cedar Lane Arts Center. The new arts center, located in Cedar Lane Park on Cedar Lane in Ossining, just adjacent to the Organic Community Garden, will be home to a Ceramic and Arts studio as well as host space for gardeners and other symbiotic community events. A ribbon cutting ceremony will held on April 21.

The Ossining Arts Council and TOO invite all artists to submit their vision for a sign that will greet people as they enter the building.

The measurements for the piece that will hang on the wall should be approximately 4’ x 6’

  • Please send your file to: cedarlane@ossiningartscouncil.org
  • Artists are encouraged to think about a finished piece that can be fabricated from various objects but must be ready to be wall mounted
  • A $20 entry fee will apply (in hardship cases, please contact Mark Sarazen to apply for a fee waiver)
  • Please make checks payable to: the Town of Ossining and send to: Ossining Arts Council, PO Box 408, Ossining, NY 10562


Submission Deadline for Proposals: April 1, 2017

Notification of Winner: April 15, 2017

Deadline for Installation: May 29, 2017

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony: April 21, 2017


Lael Morgan, Rochelle Udell and Michael Washburn


A prize of $500 honorarium will be awarded to the winner


The Town of Ossining and The Ossining Arts Council and its officers reserve the right for final approval of the design and will retain ownership of the piece.

(The rendering will be displayed for Arts Center’s grand opening.)
QUESTIONS:  Please send your questions to: cedarlane@ossiningartscouncil.org

Good Luck!


Deadline 4/1/2017
Contact Name Mark Sarazen
Contact Email cedarlane@ossiningartscouncil.org

Katonah Museum Artists’ Association (KMAA) Exhibition Opportunity

KMAA EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITY at the Westchester Community College
Fine Arts Gallery
Valhalla, New York

JUROR: Sarah Bachelier, Director of Education at the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art

“Ring the bells that still can ring
Forget your perfect offering
There is a crack in everything
That’s how the light gets in”

The chorus from Leonard Cohen’s Anthem is the catalyst for this juried exhibition. Show us work that is inspired by discovery through imperfection, by light, by near darkness, by enlightenment, by revelation, by epiphany or your singular expression of Cohen’s ideas.
Important dates:

Online entries:  March 10 to April 15, 2017
Selection Notifications by:  midnight on April 25
Drop off selected works: Friday May 19
Reception: Sunday, May 21 from 4 pm to 6 pm
Exhibition: May 21 to June 17, 2017
Pick up: Sunday, June 18

Online submission entry is now open. Click here to enter on our Submittable page.

The Katonah Museum Artists’ Association (KMAA) is an artists’ organization associated with the Katonah Museum of Art. KMAA exhibitions and events are programmed by its membership.


Deadline 3/10/2017
Deadline 2 3/17/2017
Deadline 3 3/24/2017
Deadline 4 3/31/2017
Deadline 5 4/15/2017
Contact Name Mary Parker
Contact Email mparked@aol.com

“Lost & Found” – Including Scholar’s Desk & Volumes from a Black Library at the Ossining Public Library

Artist, Shiela Hale of Katonah, is displaying her beautiful creation of book art at the Ossining Public Library until the end of April on the 2nd floor.  The exhibit is titled, “Lost & Found” – Including Scholar’s Desk & Volumes from a Black Library.

“I am a lover of books, Shiela says.  I read them, I make them, I alter them, and I build with them and for them.  I was an early reader and I began reading to my children in their infancy.  Books are my constant companions.  I am comforted by their presence.  I like to see them lined up on shelves and stacked in towers.  I always have one in my handbag and one in my car.”


Deadline 4/30/2017
Contact Name James Trapasso
Contact Email jtrapasso@wlsmail.org