Purchase College is currently seeking applicants for its Entrepreneurship in the Arts graduate program for the Fall of 2018. This graduate program, launched in the fall of 2015, is designed for working arts and creative professionals or newly graduated college students of all disciplines who want to imagine, build, and launch their own creative and arts businesses that will form and sustain the arts and entertainment industries of the future.
The program offers a cost-effective, 3-semester plan of study that offers a part-time option, evening classes suitable for working professionals, and an affordable alternative to other high-cost graduate programs.
All graduates of the program walk away with a fully formed business plan to launch their creative ventures, and the intimate size of the program allows for hands-on assistance in the development of that work from professors with extensive experience as entrepreneurs and arts professionals. The students also benefit from a bevy of impressive guest speakers from organizations such as NEW INC, Creative Capital, and Fractured Atlas, as well as a number of creative entrepreneurs based in Westchester County and New York City.
+ Evening classes suitable for working professionals
+ Part-time option available
+ Affordable, less than $1600 per course
Apply now for Academic Year 2018-2019
Visit purchase.edu/artsentrepreneurship today
The Municipal Arts Commission and the City’s Department of Development are holding an open call for public art. Entries will be submitted digitally.
Project Scope – Create a design that can be applied to this three dimensional fiberglass replication of the new ‘Ideally Yours’ New Rochelle city logo.
Purpose of Project – Add art to the public realm in downtown New Rochelle, enliven the streetscape, create a welcoming vibrant downtown and strengthen a sense of community.
Artists are strongly encouraged to view the city’s website www.newrochelleny.com to understand city goals and initiatives particularly in relation to the arts and downtown development before making a submission.
Artists may enter singularly or as a team. Artists are asked to submit a depiction of their proposed sculpture design that closely indicates how they envision their work in real space. Photoshop renderings are preferred.
If you do not have access to Photoshop, you can send us an email with a jpeg of your artwork attached to: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will mock up your design for you.
Please see the prospectus for details before submitting in this manner.
A sample submission is pictured here:
This sculpture is approximately 7′ high. A blank template suitable for rendering your submission is available for download as part of the prospectus.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE PROSPECTUS
Wednesday, January 31, 2018: Artist submissions are due. Selected artists will be notified as soon as the jurying is completed.
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!