CALL FOR ARTISTS - OTHER
The Galleries at WORK_SPACE artist videos
Workspace has started a library of artist videos (5-8 minutes) on YouTube that they can share via social media every Friday at noon. They would love a wide-breadth of artists to participate. These videos can consist of anything related to art, the artistic process, and/or the impact art has on us individually and collectively. Artists can take and submit their own video, or Workspace can conduct and record a Zoom call where the artist is interviewed about their work. Their goal is to showcase artistic friends and spark creativity in their audience. If interested, people should reach out via firstname.lastname@example.org and Shannon, their Gallery Coordinator will provide details and put them on the schedule. See the flyer. The link to view past videos is: https://bit.ly/CreativeSparkSeries
Autumn Arts Festival and Group Gallery Show
For the Festival, they are seeking representational and abstract painters, collage and mixed media artists, photographers, potters and ceramicists, as well as fabric, wood, paper and glass artisans, and jewelry designers. Festival Dates: Columbus Day Weekend, Saturday, October 10 (10-5pm); Sunday, October 11 (12-5pm); with a rain date of Monday, October 12 (10-5pm). Deadline to submit to Festival is October 8.
The Arts Center will provide four large tents for artists who do not have their own. Each tent will hold four artists (for 16 spots in total). If you are interested, submit your registration as soon as possible. You can also bring your own 10 x 10 ft tent as there is ample room on the Green. (Note: we will practice all the necessary protocols to ensure the safety of ourselves and the visiting public: wearing masks, social distancing, use of sanitizers.)
Please use the following link to find the Prospectus and a link for submissions. Or if you prefer, send 3-4 high-resolution jpegs (1-2MBs) of your work (with titles, medium, dimensions) to Barbara@spectrumartgallery.org
Manchester Land Conservation Trust Photo of the Month
Email a high-resolution photo of one of the Land Trust properties. Include your name, date and location of photo, and tell them what you like about that particular property. They'll select the photo on or about the 20th of each month, to feature on their website and Facebook page. No prizes, but gratitude to the photographer, and gratitude for the protected open space lands in the Manchester area.
Send photographs to email@example.com with “Land Trust Photo of Month” in the subject line. A list of properties is on the Land Trust website: www.manchesterlandtrust.org Or see the locations on this map.
Monet's Table in Tolland
Heidi Ludwig is looking for artist exhibitors to show their work at Monet's Table Restaurant in Tolland CT. Monet's Table is a fine dining restaurant with great meals. Currently they are only open for Lunch, weekend brunch and catering. Evening dining will start late summer. But... they have wonderful art which they hang on their dining room walls. Each of the 2 dining rooms will hold 5-6 paintings. Work is exhibited for 2 months at a time. Artwork does sell and she does not take a commission. Artwork should be appropriate to all age groups and suitable for restaurant patrons to enjoy. You do not have to be a TCAA member to exhibit. Please contact Heidi Ludwig with inquiries.
South Windsor Public Library Friends Room and Stairwell Gallery
The library space and display cases can be booked for solo or group exhibits on a first come first serve basis. There is no charge to use the room or display cases, but prices for displayed artwork may not be posted. (One copy of a price list will be kept at the Circulation Desk.) Bookings are on a month-to-month basis, from July to March (student exhibits are April - June). For details and more information, call Mary Etter, Library Director, at (860) 644-1541.
Also, the Stairwell Gallery at the South Windsor Public Library is a great place to exhibit artwork. If you, or someone you know, would like to show your art work in the Stairwell Gallery, contact Frank Pane at 860-644-1659 for information.