Webinars with Arts Administrators Arts Administration Association New England is holding a series of “Sip and Chat” webinars with arts administrators from the region. The next discussion is September 17, 2020, 4 PM, featuring Eva Rosenberg, Interim Director, Arts & Culture, at The Boston Foundation; Amy Carlin, Director of Foundation Programs at Krupp Family Foundation; and Michael Ibrahim, Lecturer, Boston University Arts Administration Program and Program Manager, Mass Cultural Council.
Of Note: If you’re looking for creative space – or have a creative space that’s available – don’t forget to check ArtSake’s Creative Space Classifieds.
Black Writers The Root and HBO’s Lovecraft Country are seeking monstrous tales from emerging Black writers. One winner will receive $5,000, publication, and mentorship from writers on the show. Learn more.
Deadline: September 18, 2020
Of Note: Centering Justice: Indigenous Artists’ Perspectives on Public Art is a new series of conversations organized in collaboration with NEFA’s Public Art team. Developed as a unique framework for disrupting harmful historic narratives and interrogating the ongoing legacy and impacts of settler colonization in our region, the series will present critical perspectives on issues surrounding public space, including the intertwined economic, ecological, cultural, and social justice dimensions. Centering Justice: Virtual Symposium September 23-24, 2020.
Berkshires Artists Tune into the Lenox Chamber’s live feed to learn about the Lenox Art Walk 2020 with the Lenox Chamber and Sohn Fine Art Gallery.
September 24, 2020 at 4PM
Poets The Pitt Poetry Series annually publishes books by poets who have previously published full-length collections of poetry. They pride themselves on the eclectic nature of their list. The qualification of prior full-length publication is defined as a book of 48 or more pages, exclusive of front matter, in a recognized publisher’s print edition of at least 500 copies. Learn more.
Deadline: September 30, 2020
Artist Residencies The Millay Colony situated in the beautiful Hudson Valley, is accepting artist residency applications in eight categories. The October deadline is for residencies occurring in May, June and July. Learn more.
Deadline: October 1, 2020
Call to Artists Art Fluent invites artists worldwide to submit artwork to their online exhibit, Boundless. All winners will be displayed in their online gallery Open to all fine art mediums (oil, acrylic, watermedia, pastel, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, photography, sculpture, fiber, wood, digital art) except video. Learn more.
Deadline: October 16, 2020
Business Resources for Documentary Creators Documentary.org has created a resource for documentary creation, from production and paperwork to legal concerns and distribution. Read more.
Call for Art: Downtown Hyannis Artist Residency Opportunity In partnership with the Transformative District Initiative (TDI), a program of MassDevelopment, we are offering a series of funded artist residencies beginning (4weeks from call going live). Artists will receive $1,000 for four weeks of time to develop a body of work that challenges existing narratives of life on Cape Cod. Artists will also have opportunities to connect with their residency cohort and engage with the rich cultural community of the neighborhood. The artists chosen will have three available spaces in the downtown Hyannis area where they can conduct their residencies. All are within the Hyannis HyArts Cultural District and include 255 Main Street which was recently renovated by CapeBuilt; The Studio| East End, a space over 100 years old that once served as a train maintenance building; and Studio 50 @ Pearl, Hyannis HyArts Arts Campus. Applications should be submitted through an online application hosted by the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod. The first residency is scheduled to begin on Monday, October 19, 2020, however time is flexible within a week if artist schedule requires. Learn more.
Deadline: October 9, 2020
Video credit: Featuring the Young@Heart Chorus, Members of Chicago Children’s Choir, and the Young@Heart Band. Young@Heart performed with CCC back in May 2019 at the Academy of Music Theatre in Northampton, MA. They recently re-connected virtually to sing together and make this quarantine video. In honor of all essential workers. In memory of Pat Cady, Jan St. Laurence… and Sam Cooke. Audio recorded and mixed by Dan Richardson. Video by Boundless Video Productions.
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