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Art Business Camp

INTRODUCING…ART BUSINESS CAMP
APRIL 21ST-APRIL 23RD, 2017

Learn the ABC’s of Art Business!

April 21st-April 23rd 2017

Crystal Lake Camps
1676 Crystal Lake Road
Hughesville, PA 17737

  • Attend a camp setting and learn the business side of art
  • Hear from professionals in the field on topics such as marketing your art, approaching galleries and more!
  • Reasonably priced; room and meals included in cost
  • Networking and art critique sessions
  • Between sessions – enjoy a selection of outdoor activities
  • Bring your questions and enjoy the outdoor setting
  • Two outdoor activities included in cost; for third activity an extra $25

Speakers:
Barbara Galazzo
Gallery 66 Director
Cold Spring, NY

Barbara Galazzo is a New York fused glass and mosaic artist originally from New Orleans, LA. Galazzo’s work is a celebration of color.Out of the element of fire emerges a kaleidoscopic window of colored glass inspired by nature. My work has always been a celebration of color, movement, light, shadow and texture undulating in rhythmic patterns.Galazzo mosaic sculptures have been exhibited at Collaborative Concepts @ Saunders Farm, Habitat for Artists, Reeves Reed Arboretum, NJ and Leonia Park, NJ.

Joseph Cavalieri
Stain glass artist
New York, NY

Joseph Cavalieri is an award winning native New York artist and educator. His work can be seen in the permanent collection of the Museum of Arts and Design, the Italian American Museum, the Leslie-Lohman Museum, the Stax Museum, in the collections of two Simpson’s writers in Los Angeles and the collection of movie director Morgan Spurlock. He has produced many private and public art commissions including a MTA Arts for Transit public art installation at the Philipse Manor Train Station in Westchester, New York. Cavalieri’s aim is to merge contemporary imagery with the time-honored processes of painted stained glass, a material with a powerful spiritual history.

Victoria Mackenzie Childs
https://www.mackenzie-childs.com

Free outdoor activities between sessions include:

  • Hiking
  • Fishing
  • Volleyball/Tennis
  • Boating
  • Sailing

Activities with fees:

  • Rock Climbing Walls
  • Low Ropes
  • Half High Ropes
  • Full High Ropes
  • Zip Line
  • Leap of Faith
  • Giant Ladder
  • Canoeing/Kayaking
  • Sailing

Visit Crystal Lake Camps for details about activities.


Registration Deadline:
 $200 (by April 14th)

Student discount: $180 (show ID upon camp entry)

To register and pay click here.

Sponsored by: Crystal Lake Camps and Robin’s Nest

Due to camp having a religious affiliation, there will be no smoking or drinking allowed on the premises.
If this causes any concerns, please email camp@crystallakecamps.org

Details

Deadline 4/14/2017
Contact Name Robin Hutchinson
Contact Email robin@artnology.us
Website http://www.crystallakecamps.org/non-summer

Participate in the Favorite Poem Project, Katonah Village Library

Do you have a favorite poem? Would you enjoy reciting a poem you love at the mic?

The Katonah Village Library is hosting a Favorite Poem Project Community Reading in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Katonah Poetry Series and to celebrate National Poetry Month. Poems should be family-friendly, published work by an author other than yourself. Poems do not need to be memorized, paper is fine. This is not a slam or contest, just a feel-good event.

If you are interested in signing up for a time to read a poem, please contact Mary Kane, Director, Katonah Village Library. 914-232-3508. Celebratory reception to follow. Free family-friendly event.

 

Details

Deadline 4/15/2017
Contact Name Mary Kane, Director, Katonah Village Library
Contact Email mkane@wlsmail.org

Yonkers Pottery Studio: Internships / Work Exchange / Residencies – Ceramics, Sculpture and Clay Related

Running a successful ceramics studio is a team effort, so there are always opportunities to get involved at Yonkers Pottery. Participants contribute to the physical life cycle of the studio by dedicating time to clean and perform tasks critical to maintaining a safe and smooth-working environment for everyone’s enjoyment, as well as time to teach, monitor studio hours, help with sales, events, marketing and social media.

Internships – Experience first hand the nitty-gritty of a successful teaching community pottery studio while fulfilling your school’s internship requirements or your own personal goals.

Work Exchange – In exchange for working at the studio, you are compensated at an hourly rate to be used toward firing credits, classes or the use of our facilities, equipment and resources to further your skills and build your body of work and portfolio.

Artist Residencies – Coming Soon!

Details

Is Project Ongoing? yes
Deadline 12/31/2024
Contact Name Cori
Contact Email info@yonkerspottery.com
Website http://yonkerspottery.com/work-opportunities