Opportunities For Artists
THE WESTCHESTER PRIZE FOR NEW WORKS
Administered by the Westchester Arts Council and funded by Philip Morris Companies Inc., The Westchester Prize for New Works is designed to encourage the creation of new work for premiere in Westchester County. Emerging artists and cultural institutions in Westchester County are encouraged to collaborate in the process of developing and submitting a proposal for the premiere presentation of a new work in Westchester.
Each year, winner(s) of the prize will be honored at a special presentation ceremony and share prize money of up to $50,000.
Eligibility: Not-for profit cultural organizations located in Westchester County working in collaboration with an artist or artists who have demonstrated a record of achievement. Preference will be given to artist(s) who have lived, worked been educated, or are currently residing in Westchester County.
Complete applications must be postmarked by June 29, 2001. For a brochure and complete description of eligibility, call 914-428-4220.
Details about these and other opportunities are available on Arts Wire's Web Site at http://www.artswire.org/current/calls.html To submit "calls" for either artists or organizations, send email to email@example.com
For Events May-December, 2001, artists open studio events- California, inclusion in CALIFORNIA ARTS COUNCIL AND THE CALIFORNIA ASSEMBLY OF LOCAL AGENCIES ARTS GUIDE
Deadline: May 18, 2001, public art projects- Park Furnishings (benches, drinking fountains, bike racks, etc.) and Site-Specific Work, THE PUBLIC ART COMMITTEE FOR THE NORTH SHORE RIVERFRONT PARK, PITTSBURGH, PA
Deadline: May 31, 2001, proposals from artists for new work responding to new site, AS IS EXHIBITION AT THE SCULPTURECENTER'S NEW LONG ISLAND CITY BUILDING
Deadline: May 31, 2001, The Redemption Mandala - A collection of visual art pieces from the four UN regions of the world, Africa, the Middle East and Asia, the Americas and Europe, THE REDEMPTION PROJECT, UNITED NATIONS WORLD CONFERENCE AGAINST RACISM, XENOPHOBIA, DISCRIMINATION AND RELATED INTOLERANCE, DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA
Deadline: June 1, 2001, artwork, prose, poetry for Alternative Report, THE IMMIGRANT RIGHTS WORKING GROUP, WORLD CONFERENCE AGAINST RACISM, XENOPHOBIA, AND RELATED INTOLERANCE, DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA
for event to be held June 14-16, 2001, online art - interactive erotica, games, and KiSS dolls, SNOW BLOSSOM HOUSE, SONAR ELECTRONIC SOUND AND MULTIMEDIA FESTIVAL IN BARCELONA, SPAIN
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