Island Arts WebSite - Open call to artists in all visual
media to be featured
artist on this website.
Length of feature is not yet determined, and
artist should be prepared to submit artwork
in digital form for presentation . Contact
Smithtown Township Arts
Council seeks entries for Of a Botanical Nature juried exhibition at the
Mills Pond House Gallery, May 1-May 28, 2010.
Juror: Wendy Hollender. Entry
March 19, 2010. Open to local and national artists. Prospectus at www.stacarts.org/exhibits or send a SASE to STAC Botanical, 660 Route 25A, St.James, NY 11780. (631)
862-6575. firstname.lastname@example.org $40/3 entries
Township Arts Council seeks entries for its 30th Annual Juried Photography
Exhibition, held at the Mills Pond House Gallery, June 5-July 2, 2010.
Entry deadline April 16, 2010. Open to local and national artists. Prospectus
at www.stacarts.org/exhibits or send a SASE to STAC Photo, 660 Route 25A,
St.James, NY 11780. (631) 862-6575. email@example.com $45/3 entries
North Shore Art Guild meets the 1st monday of the month
at 7:30PM. Meetings are held at the miller place high School, Memorial Drive, in Miller
Place, NY. We have member work critiques, demonstrations and art show news. NSAG also
sponsers an annual member show and an open juried show. For further information call
631 467-4123. There are no meetings in July and August.
Pathways Women's Health is pleased to offer on-going art exhibits at its center. In addition to
helping to create a soothing atmosphere for those waiting diagnostic testing and those attending our WELLNESS PROGRAM,,
it offers an opportunity for many artists to have their work seen. If you are interested in exhibiting, please send
Mollie Sugarman, ATR, SW- Program Director
Pathways Women's Health
1390 Northern Boulevard
Manhasset, NY 11030
Uniondale Public Library
Uniondale, NY 11553
Ms. Nancy Bertrand
All Media Artists wanted to exhibit at Library. Call Ms.Nancy Bertand for more information.
Special Opportunity Stipends Available
Special Opportunity Stipends (SOS) for visual, literary, media, and performing artists are available,
with February and May deadlines. Artists may request support ranging from $50 to $500 for specific, forthcoming
SOS is a project developed by the New York Foundation for the Arts to assist individual artists in their work
or career development. It is made possible with public funds from the NYSCA, as well as contributions from private
foundations and friends of NYFA.
SOS is administered on Long Island in Nassau and Suffolk Counties bt the East End Arts Council under a consortium
agreement with the Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts, the Huntington Arts Council, the Islip Arts Council,
the Smithtown Township Arts Council, the Council for the Arts on the North Shore, the Long Beach Arts Council,
and the Long Island Council for the Arts at Freeport.
Applications are available from these arts councils, and can also be obtained from the internet at www.nyfa.org Please
call the East End Arts Council at 516-727-0900 or your local arts council for further information on these stipends.