Call for Artists The Morini Gallery, at the MMS in Mansfield, in partnership and purpose with the Joe Andruzzi Foundation, asks artists to submit their best works exploring the hope, humor, and humanity that thrives within all of us despite our deepest fears and our most challenging experiences. The exhibition “Art for Hope,” is juried by Tatiana Flis, artist and assistant director of Fountain Street Gallery Boston, and will be on view throughout the theatrical performance run of “Ask/Answer” by playwright Ernest Thompson. All artists whose work is selected will receive two tickets to a performance of “Ask/Answer.” Only 2D works, including photography, will be accepted and should not exceed 30” in any direction including frame. Show Dates: January 21, 2022 – February 13, 2022. Learn more.
Deadline: December 10, 2021
Exhibition Proposals The Newton Free Library is accepting exhibition proposals from artists. Proposals are currently being accepted for April – December 2022 exhibits. As one of the busiest public library buildings in Massachusetts, our galleries are highly sought after and well-loved by library patrons. We welcome applications from New England region artists showing two-dimensional works, or works that are compatible with the Walker Rod system. Info contact Ellen at email@example.com. Learn more.
Deadline: December 10, 2021
Public Artists Professional Development Fund The Public Art Learning Fund provides grants of $500 to $2,000 to support professional development opportunities for New England artists to strengthen their public art practices. Through the Public Art Learning Fund, NEFA intends to foster the continued development of more equitable, inclusive, and vibrant public spaces and public life throughout New England. Learn more.
Deadline: December 13, 2021
Free Film Fundraising Webinar Center for Independent Documentary is offering a free hour-long webinar, “Reimagining Fundraising” with Keith Ochwat of Show&Tell on Tuesday, December 14th at 4 PM ET. The presenter will share how he has helped filmmakers raise over $2 million from companies, foundations, and nonprofits outside of the normal, over-saturated channels for film funding. Learn more and register.
Call for Poetry Reading Submissions The Emily Dickinson Museum is now accepting proposals for the 2nd year of the Phosphorescence Poetry Reading Series, a virtual event held monthly throughout 2022. The Series features established and emerging poets who represent the diversity of the flourishing contemporary poetry scene. Learn more.
Deadline: January 5, 2022 at 12pm ET
Call to Artists The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston’s Artist Project Opportunity is currently accepting applications. An artist Info session is this coming Wednesday, December 8th, 6-7:30 pm, and Saturday, January 8th, 10-11:30 am. The Artist Project is a collaboration between an experienced artist, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and twelve after-school community organizations in the Boston area. The program is designed to engage children in the art-making process under the guidance of an experienced artist. Drawing inspiration from the MFA’s collection the selected artist plans and leads an art project with children between the ages of six and twelve. The final product is a collaborative work of art, reflecting the voices and ideas of participating children, and is exhibited in the Edward H. Linde Gallery (168) in the Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art for up to six calendar months. Learn more.
Deadline: January 21, 2022
New England Nonfiction Filmmakers LEF New England is now accepting submissions for Moving Image Fund grants from New England-based filmmakers making feature-length (40+ minute) non-fiction film projects. This program cycle accepts applications for Production grants of $15,000; and Post-production grants of $25,000 (Post-production applications are only open to projects that have received prior LEF funding). Learn more.
Letter of Inquiry Deadline: January 21, 2022
Image credit: King Vulture,1734, Meissen Porcelain Manufactory, Germany, founded 1710, modeled by Johann Joachim Kändler, German, 1706-1775.