Category: Arts News
Salmon River Fine Arts Center Online Auction
The Salmon River Fine Arts Center is holding their annual online auction on September 30th from 6- 8 pm. Early bidding and preview starts Friday, September 23rd by visiting https://srfac.betterworld.org and will run through 8 pm, Saturday, September 30th.
Request for Proposals (RFP) for Syracuse Community Health Center (SCHC) Public Arts Initiative
JHRolling Arts, Education, Leadership Strategies announces
A Call for Artists and Muralists - Request for Proposals (RFP) for Syracuse Community Health Center (SCHC) - Public Arts Initiative
NYSCA/NYFA Artists with Disabilities Grant
This program provides one-time cash grants of $1,000 to New York State artists with a disability who reside outside of the five boroughs of NYC and have experienced financial hardship due to the COVID-19 crisis to cover art related expenses. Applications are open now through November 1, 2022.
SUNY Oswego Now Accepting Applications for 2023 Spring Semester Artist-in-Residence Program
The Artist-in-Residence Program at SUNY Oswego brings an artist to campus for one academic semester (Spring 2023 semester) to produce a body of work, teach in the area of their specialty, and to conduct research.
Applications are due August 31, 2022 by midnight.
Creatives Rebuild New York Announces Artist Employment Program Recipients
Creatives Rebuild New York (CRNY) named its Artist Employment Program (AEP) recipients, 98 collaborations involving a dynamic group of 300 artists employed by community-based organizations, municipalities, and tribal governments across New York State including 4 in Central New York.
NYS DANCEFORCE ANNOUNCES EXPANSION OF CHOREOGRAPHERS’ INITIATIVE
The New York State DanceForce, in partnership with the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), announces the expansion of its Choreographers’ Initiative program to three new regions: Central NY, Capital District/North Country, and Hudson Valley/Long Island.
COVID Created New Opportunities, Lasting Change in Arts & Culture
Whether instigated by Covid-19, the shifting priorities of funders or their own recognition of the need to address inequities, arts leaders are listening to their communities. Many recognize that it’s no longer enough for arts organizations to be good — they must also do good.