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|Cultural Resources Council|
Cultural Resources Council is supported by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency.
Welcome to 2010!
This month's newsletter includes several great calls for entry with deadlines of Feb. 1, so make sure to read about them below and act quickly.
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On My Own Time 2010 enters its 37th year. The CRC community arts program highlights the creative skills of employees of local business who are artists "on their own time." Employees submit a work of art to the program in the spring, and a display of their work is mounted at their workplace. The art is adjudicated by OMOT judges at each workplace. A color catalog of the artwork is put together by CRC, and as a finale, all of the artwork is displayed at the Everson with a reception in the fall when the judging results are announced. At this time, CRC is looking for businesses to participate. Email OMOT@mycnyarts.o for more information. Sign up by Fri., Feb. 19 to participate in a kick-off luncheon at Saratoga Steak and Seafood on the Green on Thurs., Feb. 25.
NYFA MARK10 In Progress CRC is pleased to be partnering with NYFA to bring the MARK10 program to the Syracuse area. MARK is the New York Foundation for the Arts' (NYFA) statewide six-month program for visual artists who want a unique opportunity for individualized focus on the professional side of their creative practice.
|Be an Advocate for the Arts by Visiting Albany on Feb. 24 for Arts Day
CRC Executive Director Stephen Butler is making arrangements for a Syracuse group to visit Albany on February 24 for Arts Day. (Note: Date Change- Arts Day was Feb. 2 but has been moved to Feb. 24.)
What is Arts Day? It's our day on Capital Hill.
Legislators need to see and hear from us to keep the arts in the State budget. This is your chance to meet with your legislators, voice your opinion and hear how legislators such as Assemblyman Steve Englebright and Senator Jose Serrano are working to keep the arts alive and well in New York State.
To join a group or get more information about Arts Day, email CRC Executive Director Stephen Butler or visit the NYS Arts website for Arts Day 2010.
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Calls for Entry
Fit To Be Bound and The Edge of Art: New York State Artists Series Artists books created by artists living in NY State wanted for the 2010 exhibition, Fit to be Bound, which will be presented at the Everson Museum of Art on April 24 - July 11, 2010. The prospectus can be downloaded from everson.org. Deadline: Feb. 1
"Go Red for Women" Exhibit Organized by the American Heart Association, the exhibit celebrates the
energy, passion, and power we have as women to band together to wipe
out heart disease and stroke. All art forms accepted. Paintings and photos no larger than 16 x 20 framed. One piece per person age 16 & up. First 200 pieces will be accepted and placed on display at The Red House from February 4-10. All entries must be dropped off at The Red House or the American Heart
Association by Mon., Feb. 1. (Please attach your contact information
when dropping off your artwork.)
Call for Summer One Act Submissions Appleseed Productions is encouraging new directors to submit for their 2nd
Annual Summer One Act series. The show will run August 6-14, 2010. All submissions need a director attached to the
project. Directors are limited to three different one-act plays for
submission. Deadline: Feb. 1
Call for Filmmakers Only 15 of 30 spots remain for the 4th Annual One-Take Super-8 event
in Syracuse on Sat., April 10, at 7 PM at Funk-n-Waffles. The $40 registration fee
includes a cartridge of Super 8 film, processing services, and
guaranteed exhibition. Registration Deadline: Wed., Feb. 10, and spots will be
assigned on a first come, first serve basis.
Call for Artists Art jurying for St. David's Celebration of the Arts will take place on
Feb. 11. If you are an artist or know an artist who would like to be
considered for this year's show, call the St. David's Episcopal Church
parish office at 446-2112 466-221 to receive an application.
Request for Proposals for Outdoor Sculpture for Eastwood Commercial District Eastwood TNT Planning Council and
the Syracuse Public Art Commission seek to commission a sculpture to be
located on a site within the commercial core of historic Eastwood.
The total project budget is $6,000 for design, fabrication and
installation. The piece will become a part of the City of Syracuse's
permanent art collection. Deadline for Proposals: Feb. 15
Cortland Arts and Wine Festival Over 60 artists set up on the lawn throughout the Courthouse Park for the 2009 show. Over $1,000 in prizes will be distributed including $100.00 for Best of Show. Taking place in Cortland, NY on Aug. 7, 2010; deadline June 1, 2010
Grants at the Cultural Resources Council:
2010 Decentralization and Individual Artist Grant deadlines have passed. 2011 Applications will be due in October 2010. Please keep checking our website and Face book pages as new opportunities may arise during the course of the year.
Learn to Make Shaker Boxes
Taught by national instructor John Wilson. Taking place Friday night and Saturday, March 5 & 6. $150. Contact Bob Casey at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wooden Plane Making Class
Make a Block Plane, a Chisel Plane and a Jack (Razee) Bench Plane. Taught by national instructor John Wilson. Taking place Sunday, March 7. $150. Contact Bob Casey at email@example.com
Taught by Nana Anim, $10/class, all levels welcome, Tuesdays at
Westcott Community Center from 5:30 - 7 PM, for info call 315.559.4248
Open Figure Drawing $8 drop in fee, Wednesdays at
Westcott Community Center from 7 - 10 PM, for info call Iver Johnson 315.475.3400
Studio and Healing Art Classes $80/month for adults and $60/m for teens or $20 workshops or private lessons; classes in drawing, painting, clay works, jewelry making, etc. at Liverpool Art Center, ongoing
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How to Submit
If you have information on an opportunity or resource available to the local arts community including calls for entry, grants, job postings, workshops, classes, etc., please email Courtney Rile at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include basic information and a link to where details can be found online or, if no online presence is available, a contact phone number. The submission deadline is the 15th of each month prior to publication. Thank you.