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Call to Artists: Sculpture Park

Bethany Arts Community (BAC) invites artists to propose project ideas for the sculpture park we are developing on the BAC property.

The Sculpture Park
The first location for a new installation is visible from the road and has a prominent position as we grow the sculpture park. The work may be site specific, or the artist may submit an already existing piece. Proposals may be shown as photographs, hand drawn sketches, digital renderings, or models/maquettes. The sculpture committee suggests that artists visit the site ahead of time, to understand the site’s constraints, so their proposals may take these into consideration.

How to Apply:
To respond to this Call to Artists, prepare the materials listed below and submit through our online application page. Application deadline is Feb 28th.

Artist Description
Bio, resume, CV or other documents that describe the artist’s background and experience.

Statement of Interest and Initial Project Concept
Narrative describing an initial artistic concept for this site, and the processes you might use for the project. Relevant Work Samples Images of completed past work that you feel is relevant to this site.

Itemized Budget
A preliminary budget of project expenses.


Deadline 2/28/2021
Contact Name Abigail Lewis
Contact Email [email protected]
Website https://bethanyarts.org/sculpture-artist-call/

Give Us the Vote 2020 Call for Artworks

Artists invited to submit new or existing works for inclusion in “Give Us the Vote: 2020,” a virtual exhibition and an extension of our 2017 project “Give us the Vote,” inspired by the one hundredth anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment and the victory for women’s suffrage in America. Proposals will be reviewed by ArtsWestchester’s curatorial staff, and may be reviewed by the Arts Committee of the ArtsWestchester Board of Directors. Proposals will be evaluated based on artistic merit and their connection to and familiarity with the exhibition’s theme.

From grassroots movements to national campaigns, the idea that American democracy is government “by the people, for the people” is fundamental to our national identity. At the same time, democracy is a living, breathing thing that sometimes thrives, and sometimes struggles to survive. Each election cycle reveals remaining disenfranchised populations, raises controversy about who should, can and does vote, and instigates investigations into how votes are cast and how they are counted.
“Give Us the Vote: 20/20” is a digital exhibition that explores, celebrates, and considers the complexity of aspects of American Democracy. The exhibition will include images of work created for ArtsWestchester’s 2017-2018 exhibition along with new works created for a digital experience. Artworks should explore the history of elections, the current state of voting rights, and the act of voting. Artists are also invited to submit their visions of a ballot or work inspired by the ballot.
Artists may submit works in any media/discipline, including the literary arts, music & performance, and visual arts to be included in an online format. Works may have an interactive component, and address a range of topics including but not limited to:

  • Women’s suffrage
  • The Voting Rights Act
  • Photo ID Requirements/Voter Registration Restrictions
  • Voting in the age of COVID-19
  • The Electoral College
  • Early Voting and absentee ballots
  • The act of voting
  • Voter Roll Purges
  • Voter turnout
  • Voter demographics
  • Democracy in the media and popular culture

DEADLINE for submissions: September 25, 2020, 11:59PM

Artists will be notified of the status of their submission no later than October 8, 2020.

ArtsWestchester uses Submittable.com to accept and review our submissions.
For complete guidelines and application, CLICK HERE.


Deadline 9/25/2020
Contact Name Logan Hanely
Contact Email [email protected]

Call to artists: ArtsWestchester Corporate and Arts for Healing Partnerships

ArtsWestchester invites artists from Westchester and the Hudson Valley/NYC metro region to submit available artworks for exhibition or sale in our Corporate and Arts for Healing partnerships.  Original works in all media will be considered. Typical exhibition periods are six months to one year. Artists selected for exhibition will receive an honorarium. Artists selected for exhibition in health care facilities will be required to present work prepared to hang per the site’s specifications.  By submitting images of your work, you agree to have them included in our propsoals to clients.

Required Materials:

  1. Up to fifteen (15) images of available artworks in a .jpg format (or similar). Name the file the title of the work. As we primarily present artwork to our clients digitally, images should be high resolution.
  2. A corresponding works list including price, title, medium, size.
  3. An artist biography/statement.

Submit to [email protected]


Is Project Ongoing? yes
Deadline 4/30/2021
Contact Name Gallery
Contact Email [email protected]