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OPEN CALL for ARTISTS: Online Group Show Seeing RED | Feb 1-28, 2021


MAG Members and Non-Members (Not a juried show)

Upcoming Online Group Show:

Seeing RED

Art from the HeART

Show dates: February 1 – 28, 2021

Submission deadline: January 30, 2021

All media accepted: painting, drawings, collage, printmaking, photography, 3D, mixed media, etc.

  • All work will be shown on our website
  • All work will be for sale (75% to artists / 25% to MAG)
  • Sign-in fees: MAG Members – $10/1 piece, $15/2  |  Non Members – $25/1, $35/2

Sign up here https://mamaroneckartistsguild.org/sign-up-group-show-seeing-red/


Deadline 1/30/2021
Contact Name Tatyana Polyak
Contact Email [email protected]
Website https://mamaroneckartistsguild.org/sign-up-group-show-seeing-red/

2021 Larry Salley Photography Award Call For Applications

The Larry Salley Photography Award

Presented by ArtsWestchester in partnership with the African American Men of Westchester

ArtsWestchester seeks nominations for Hudson Valley-based photographers, with a significant body of work of outstanding artistic merit to receive the fourth annual Larry Salley Photography Award. The award recipient will be announced at the ArtsWestchester Arts Award in April, 2021, and furnished with a $1,000 cash prize.

All award nominees will be reviewed and selected by a panel consisting of representatives from ArtsWestchester, the African American Men of Westchester, and the family of Larry Salley.

Award finalists and winner will have the opportunity to be included in an online exhibition, hosted on ArtsWestchester’s website and on its Google Arts & Culture partner site.

To view the 2020 Larry Salley Photography Award Exhibition, please visit ArtsWestchester’s website: HERE


  • Nominees should be artists who convey their unique visions through the medium of photography.
  • Artists must live in, maintain a studio, or have strong ties to the Hudson Valley region (Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Orange, Dutchess, Ulster, and Sullivan Counties).
  • Artists must be actively exhibiting current work in professional artistic venues.
  • ArtsWestchester encourages nominations of artists for whom a cash award would aid them in the advancement of their professional practice.
  • Nominations of artists who are working to complete a body of work, or towards a specific exhibition are strongly encouraged.
  • Nominators/artists should provide a brief statement describing why you think you/the candidate merits consideration for the Larry Salley Photography Award and how the award would help advance your/the artist’s career.
  • The deadline for applications is 11:59pm on Friday, February 5, 2021.
  • Self-nominations are welcomes, but photographers should provide the name, contact information, and profession of at least one reference.


ArtsWestchester is partnering with The African American Men of Westchester in order to celebrate the life and artistic achievements of Lawrence “Larry” C. Salley who was an active member of both organizations. Larry lived and worked in Westchester County (White Plains) where he assumed the leadership roles of Deputy Commissioner of the Westchester County Department of Planning and Commissioner of the Westchester County Department of Transportation. In his spare time, he was a gifted photographer. His photos were recently featured in an ArtsWestchester exhibition called “The Photographer’s Journey: A Tribute to Larry Salley”.


Deadline 2/5/2021
Contact Name Logan Hanley
Contact Email [email protected]

An Open Call to the Westchester Community

ArtsWestchester Exhibition Opportunity: An Open Call to the Westchester Community

Submit creative works made during the coronavirus pandemic to ArtsWestchester’s curated exhibition, Opening spring 2021

  • Submission deadline is Wednesday, March 3, 2021, 11:59PM.
  • You will be notified of submission status no later than Monday, March 15, 2021.

COVID-19 has profoundly changed the contours of our daily lives. At this time of great loss and physical distancing, many of us have turned to creative outlets to help us cope, to express our anguish, and to gain agency when we feel helpless. Painting, photography, sewing, crafting, singing, writing, and other everyday creative activities are helping us to reclaim a connection to our friends, families, and self. We have found new ways to celebrate and mourn, to recognize and memorialize major life events like birthdays, weddings, and passings. We have found hope through new activities and new modes of communicating. We have documented our experiences in quarantine diaries and creative cookbooks. We have endeavored to protect our loved ones and those on the frontlines with handcrafted masks, or hand knitted quilts. We have painted the scenes and changing seasons from our windows, or captured the faces of our quarantine teams in photo or gouache. These and other everyday creative projects have given meaning and purpose to our lives at this unprecedented time.

ArtsWestchester plans to reopen its gallery after an extended COVID-19 closure with an exhibition of the artistic and creative projects that you’ve been working on since March, 2020. We invite you to share your creativity with us—your homemade puppet theater, your “covid cookbook”, your family zoom concert—and tell your pandemic story. We are open to ALL of your creative ideas.

The exhibition will open to the public in late April, 2021. The exhibition is intended to be presented in person at ArtsWestchester’s gallery, with a parallel virtual presentation. However, depending on the health guidelines and policies in place at the time, the exhibition may be solely virtual. Final exhibition title and opening date will be announced in February.

Before submitting, please review the complete guidelines by clicking here. (https://artswestchester.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/CFW-Pandemic-Creates_Guidelines-for-Artist-Op.pdf)

Application Workshops (Optional):
ArtsWestchester will offer two workshops to help artists and members of the public prepare their submissions. Each workshop will also include a tutorial on Submittable. Those who are not able to attend the virtual workshops, but would like to view a recording of the sessions should email Logan Hanley, Gallery Manager [email protected]

Workshop 1: Preparing your Work Statement.
Date: January 19, 2020, at 7PM
Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_LwtIXiebRmGqo9hrk7LceA

Workshop 2: How to Photograph Your Work for a Virtual Experience
Date: January 26, 2020 at 7PM
Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_FHWMpcR3Qwup18_MtiRKRg

All submissions must be made via ArtsWestchester’s application online. To submit creative work go to https://artswestchester.submittable.com/submit/181676/pandemic-creates-call-for-submissions.

Mailed or emailed entries will not be reviewed.



Deadline 3/3/2021
Contact Name Logan Hanley
Contact Email [email protected]