1. MASSACHUSETTS, DEADLINE FEB. 15, 2011
Bazaar Productions and The Berkshire Fringe are delighted to announce open applications to the 2011 Festival.
Based in the Daniel Arts Center at Bard College at Simon’s Rock, The 2011 Berkshire Fringe will feature three weeks of vibrant new works of theater, dance and multi-media performances, as well as workshops and discussions with emerging voices from across the United States.
All artists perform in a beautiful theater space and receive housing, extensive marketing and publicity, and support from a dedicated technical and front of house staff and 50% of box office sales.
Inquiries can be answered by e-mailing co-artistic director Sara Katzoff at sara(at)berkshirefringe.org or calling the offices of Bazaar Productions at (413) 320-4175.
2. CONNECTICUT, DEADLINE FEB. 28, 2011
The I-Park Foundation (East Haddam, CT) is pleased to announce its first artists-in-residence session (July 13 – August 1, 2011) devoted exclusively to inter-disciplinary and collaborative projects, which will be showcased at an Open Studios event on July 30, 2011.
Artists/practitioner teams from across the country, working in the following fields, are encouraged to apply:
– Visual Arts
– Music Composition/Sound, Sculpture/Design
– Landscape/Garden Design
– Language Arts
– Moving Image
– Performance Art
3. PENNSYLVANIA, DEADLINE: FEB 28, 2011
The 2nd Annual Art in the Open Philadelphia (AiO) to be held June 9-12, 2011. Art in the Open (AiO) is a citywide event that celebrates artists, their inspirations for creating art, and their relationships with the urban environment.
– Artists anywhere in America or the world may apply. Visit the Artists section on AiO’s website for more information.
4. CONNECTICUT, DEADLINE MARCH 11, 2011
Silvermine Guild Arts Center (New Canaan, CT), recognized as one of New England’s most respected showcases for established and emerging artists, will host the 62nd Art of Northeast Exhibition from April 15 to June 3, 2011.
The competition highlights the diversity of work that is currently being made in the Northeast by emerging and established artist. The exhibit will be juried by Tom Eccles, Executive Director of the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College. Awards: The juror has at his discretion $4,000 – $8,000 in cash awards.
5. NEW YORK, DEADLINE: MARCH 21, 2011
The Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital’s Viewpoint Gallery (Schenectady, NY) hosts the upcoming Eighth International Acquisitions Exhibition for Artists with Disabilities, September 16 to October 14, 2011.
The exhibition is open to any artist, regardless of experience or formal training, who has, or has had, a physical disability. All work for consideration must have been created after the onset of the disability.
There are no entry fees. Call for Entry and Entry Form are online here.