Apply to be a vendor at our Shop & Sip Third Wednesdays event! ArtsWestchester is seeking local artists and designers to display and sell their products at a happy hour pop-up shopping experience in our gallery on April 18, 2018 from 6-8:30pm.
See here for more information about our Shop & Sip events.
Send an introduction, HIGH RES (300 dpi and up) photos of your product accompanied with the suggested items you would display at the event, and a biography to Kim McKoy at [email protected] by March 30, 2018. No exceptions as we MUST print press materials.
We look forward to reviewing your submissions!
This first-ever Artist Commissioning Program Podcast, entitled What Are The Gaps in American Culture?, gives listeners a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of this new initiative.
“I wanted this podcast to be an oral stake in the ground,” says ED Hoong Yee Krakauer. “So people can hear what we did, what we tried to do, what can you do to add to it…the more of us that talk about this, the quicker we can come to a set of words that will be more equitable.”
This episode features exclusive interviews with QCA Executive Director Hoong Yee Krakauer, as well as ACP Art Producers Brendez Wineglass, Margot Yale, Jacqueline Dugal, and Adele Eisenstein, who discuss what it was like to decide what works are not visible in American Culture. The original theme music, “Put in the Work,” was created by ACP Awardee in Music Composition Neil Padukone.
This episode will be the first in a monthly series that unveils the panel process & shares interview spotlights with key players.
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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