Subject: ARTISTS' NEWSLETTER - March 25, 2016

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News and Opportunities for Artists of Fairfield County
March 25, 2016
The Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County is a nonprofit service organization that supports its members by providing unified marketing, capacity building, professional development, and advocacy services. This newsletter is sent to all who request it - but we ask that, if you are not a member, you explore membership benefits and consider joining this community of more than 370 individuals and organizations. Sign up here
Quote of the Week
"When you're going through hard times, write it out, paint it out, act it out. When life throws you lemons, make art."
-- Tanya Selvaratnam, Artist, Producer, and Activist

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❖ Progressive Gallery Tour: browngrotta arts - May 4
❖ Welcome New Members: Michelle Hubler and Marjorie Poe

❖ Member Round-Up: News from Binnie Birstein, Amy Bock, Miggs Burroughs, Heidi Lewis Coleman, Jennifer Drolet, Scott Glaser, Michael David Kozlowski, Sooo-z Mastropietro, Nancy Moore, Vincent Verrillo, and Karen Vogel.
Members' Openings
Calendar of Members' Openings over the next 2 weeks

❖ Norwalk Maritime Gallery: Aqua - March 28
The Golden Thread, W. Hartford: Woman: A Fierce Beauty - March 28
❖ Studio 80, Old Lyme: Summer Sculpture Showcase 2016 - April 15
❖ Stamford Art Association: Reed Marine Show - April 21-23
❖ Art at the Ferguson: World Within a World - April 24
❖ Rowayton Arts Center: Focus Under Forty - June 1

❖ Art New England: Frame to Fame II - April 1
❖ Kohler: Arts/Industry Residency - April 1
Statge Directors and Choreographers Foundation: Observers Programs - April 7
❖ Cyrenaica, WI: Writers Residencies - April 15

❖ Assets for Artists: Free Business and Marketing Workshops for Artists
Dorothy Hafner: Glass Fusion Workshops

❖ Aaron Siskind Foundation: Individual Photographers Fellowships - May 30
❖ CT Office of the Arts: Regional Initiative Grants - July 29

❖ Eugene O'Neill Theater Center: Development Director
❖ Samuel Owen Gallery, Greenwich: Sales Consultant
❖ Bruce Museum: Zvi Grunberg Fellowship - April 15
❖ Ives Concert Park: Bookkeeper

Jobs Still Available

Deadlines and Dates to Remember
Sign up for the 8th and last stop on our 2015-16 Progressive Gallery Tour, Wed. May 4, 6-8pm at browngrotta arts, known for their internationally famous once-a-year Art in the Barn shows in Wilton. Click here for details and to sign up. The tour has succeeded in bringing members out to mix and mingle while exploring our different commercial gallery members from Greenwich to Bridgeport.
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Michelle Hubler, born in Maine but a Bridgeport resident since she was 13, worked in advertising for most of her life, but only recently discovered her artistic abilities with digital materials. Self taught, using an iPad and stylus, Michelle is creating, and evolving, her own unique style of expression. Digital technology enables her to produce an image that, in her own words, is "energetic, detailed, vibrant and above all amusing – it’s what some have described as the future generation of contemporary lyrical art.”  She says she is designing outside the norms of formal structure or rigid techniques – giving her the license and freedom to begin something without any notion of the final outcome - what she calls Art with a Personality. She writes that the advances in digital technology with its limitless applications gives an enormous flexibility to the artist - for composition, depth & detail. The sky's the limit! Michelle is a member of  the Black Rock Art Guild (BRAG) as well as the Fairfield Art Association and Area Artists of Fairfield & Westchester Counties. She recently showed at Fairfield Public Library's Kershner Gallery, and is putting together an exhibition for Along Came Carol's The Nook in Black Rock. See Michelle's website.

Marjorie Poe is an accomplished Chinese ink wash painter. Studying fabric design at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), Marjorie devoted her entire career to the fashion industry, in which she supervised and worked with a team of yarn, fabric, and fashion designers. Life experience gave her a sensitivity to color and a passion for painting and design. Retiring from Jones Apparel NY, Marjorie picked up her paint brush with enthusiasm, and has been enjoying artful adventures in oil, acrylic, and pastel ever since. She was most recently featured in Inspiration, a juried exhibition at the Rowayton Arts Center. Her work, The Tranquil, The Lotus, (pictured with Marjorie, above) was rendered using a Chinese technique called gong-bi, by which many thin layers of paint accumulate. Marjorie says she uses a calligraphic, breath-based stroke for her watercolors: "For me, painting is a meditation." She is now taking classes in Western art practices at Silvermine Art School and the Westport Senior Center. She is a member of the Fairfield County Arts Association, the Black Rock Arts Guild (BRAG) and the Stamford Art Association (SAA). She has recently shown at SAA's juried Face & Figure exhibition, the BRAG Give Back show and the Pequot Library Annual Art Show.
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YOUR NEWS                             
BINNIE BIRSTEIN, HEIDI LEWIS COLEMAN, and NANCY MOORE are all showing work at the Ridgefield Guild of Artists (RGA) Annual Juried Member Show, opening April 2. The juror was Housatonic Museum of Art director, Robbin Zella.
Congratulations to BINNIE BIRSTEIN for winning First Prize in the RGA Annual Juried Member Show, opening April 2. Binnie submitted a paired set of pieces, Sister 1 and Sister 2. Both are monotypes, using encaustic, ink and graphite and are 30"x40". Detail at right of Sister 2. Click on image for zoomable close-up of complete work. First prize in this show is a solo exhibition at the upstairs gallery of RGA in January 2017.
AMY BOCK was selected to exhibit her painting Lichen Cups, Moss and Rock (36" x 24", oil on panel, detail at right) in the Hudson Valley Art Asssociation’s 83rd Annual Juried Exhibition, to be held at The Salmagundi Club, NYC. The Open Reception and Award Ceremony with be on April 1st, from 5-8pm. The show runs from March 20 – April 1. The Salmagundi Club is located at 47, Fifth Avenue, NYC.
MIGGS BURROUGHS once interviewed Rush Limbaugh on the Westport cable TV show he ran for years. Part of the interview now appears in Jen Senko's documentary The Brainwashing of my Dad (available on iTunes and Amazon), about how her father turned very right-wing after listening to radio talk shows. Miggs is pictured at right with Senko at the film's NYC premiere, March 18. See this clip explaining how Miggs got Rush Limbaugh to appear on his TV show.
HEIDI LEWIS COLEMAN is exhibiting three mixed-media assemblage pieces in Spectrum Art Gallery's TEXT MESSAGES, opening tonight, Friday, March 25, 6:30-9 pm, at 61 Main Street, Centerbrook, CT. The show features artists who use text, foreign language or calligraphy. At right, Heidi's Daphnaie Assemblage 3 (mixed media assemblage on canvas, 24" x 24"). Heidi is also showing her acrylic and cut paper piece, Dreamscape2, in the RGA Annual Juried show.
JENNIFER DROLET has recently placed and sold artwork at HB Home in Westport. Most successful have been her white-on-white heavily textured acrylics (see sample at right, using glass beads and acrylic, and Jennifer's White-Art Studio website here). She's also had success at Bel Mondo of Westport - both with the white and colored textured pieces.
SCOTT GLASER just finished installing Good Fortune  (48"x96" acrylic on canvas; see detail), commissioned by China Merchants Bank, on Madison Avenue, New York. In China, the sunflower is a symbol of good fortune. Glaser was “fortunate” enough to be commissioned, once again, to create this flagship piece, his 16th for the bank, for new space CMB acquired. He is now negotiating to create another painting for another floor the bank is renovating. Good fortune indeed.
MICHAEL DAVID KOZLOWSKI has been selected for the second year running to participate in Sing For Hope's Pianos public art exhibition. Last year 50 artist-designed pianos were placed throughout the five boroughs of New York, making it the largest public art exhibition in the city. At right, Michael with his piano from last year, located at the Kaufman Astoria studios in Queens.
SOOO-Z MASTROPIETRO's Cluck Hut is in the Project Return Birdhouse Auction Sat. April 2 at Fairfield Theatre Company's Warehouse. See details on the Artists' Preview Reception, April 1, Bagels & Birdhouses Family Fun, Sat April 2, and Latin Dance Party Auction Gala, April 2. Sooo-z reports Cluck Hut is a spherical construction of hundreds of upright fabric tubes enclosing a womb-like pod of faux fur and colorful tube shreddings. 
NANCY MOORE has had 3 paintings accepted into the RGA Annual Juried Member Show, opening April 2. At right, Inspiration (48"x 33"; gouache, graphite, watercolor, wax crayon, wood burner, and metallic paint), which won an Honorable Mention. Click on image for complete work.
VINCENT VERRILLO has two of his paintings, Manhattan and Brain, on show at I Float (163 Main Street, Westport). At right is a detail of Brain (36" x 48", oil on canvas, 2012). Click for complete image.
KAREN VOGEL has works for sale, including December 25 (at right, 12"x12", mixed media on canvas), March 31, on Lyn Evans Potpourri Designs Day (103 Elm St, New Canaan), to support Silvermine Arts Center, and in an accompanying exhibit of small works sprinkled throughout the store for two weeks until April 14th. Works were chosen by store manager Donna Yellen from the Guild on-line gallery and curated by Silvermine's Jeffrey Mueller. Cocktail preview 3/30, 6-8pm.
Compiled list of Member Openings
Fri. March 25: Text Messages, Spectrum Gallery, Centerbrook, CT, 6:30-9pm (Heidi Lewis Coleman)
Wed. March 30: Cocktail preview, Lyn Evans Potpourri Designs Day, 6-8pm (Karen Vogel)
Fri. April 1: Reception, Hudson Valley Art Association, Annual Juried Exhibition, Salmagundi Club, New York, 5-8pm (Amy Bock).
Fri. April 1: Project Return Birdhouse Auction, Artists Reception, FTC Warehouse, 6-8pm (Soooz-Mastropietro)
Sat. April 2: Opening, Ridgefield Guild of Artists Juried Show, 4-6pm (Binnie Birstein, Heidi Lewis Coleman, Nancy Moore)
Check for listings of all events by our members!
CALLS FOR ENTRIES                             

Norwalk Parking Authority's ART IN PUBLIC PLACES announces a Call for Artists for AQUA, an exhibition of art that has water as its inspiration. The exhibition will run from April 13 through July 8, 2016 at the Maritime Gallery at the Maritime Garage, 11 North Water Street, Norwalk. "Seascapes, marine life, microcosms, and related structures have long been fantastic sources of inspiration especially in a coastal community. What's your inspiration?" Detailed requirements available hereArtists will be notified by 6:00pm, April 1, 2016.
Selected artwork must be dropped off for installation between April 4 and 6, (9am-4pm). Application deadline has been extended to Monday March 28.

The Golden Thread Gallery (303 Tunxis Road, West Hartford) has a call for submissions for an exhibition dedicated to the theme of Woman: A Fierce Beauty. All interpretations in all visual media are welcome. All entries will be juried from submitted digital images by Golden Thread Gallery co-founders, Kate H. Wilson and Tricia H. Wenz, who will carefully consider the following 3 factors when judging: Originality and technical excellence; Connection to the theme; Perspective on the theme. Up to 3 pieces of work may be submitted; $15 entry fee per piece for non-members a 40% commission is taken on all sales. For complete details, see prospectus here. To submit your application online, click here

Studio 80 + Sculpture Grounds’ inaugural Summer Sculpture Showcase 2015, in Old Lyme, was so successful, drawing over 1,000 viewers to the 4.5 acre sculpture garden last season, that owner and sculptor, Gilbert Boro, has announced Summer Sculpture Showcase 2016 and applications are now invited for this year’s Showcase. Submit images of up to 5 works (large-scale outdoor works are preferred; small pedestal pieces are welcome for display in the ESB Gallery) here, using a file sharing website such as Please be sure photograph names correspond to title of artwork. Complete the submission form with an Artist’s Statement and a Resume/CV. Deadline: April 15.
APRIL 21-23

The Stamford Art Association announces a Call for Entries to the 7th Annual Vivian and 
Stanley Reed Marine ExhibitionApril 29-May 26, 2016. This is a juried show with cash prizes.  The theme is any subject depicting the sea or seashore. Submission is by actual artwork only. Entry for SAA members $15 for first piece, $10 each additional piece/nonmembers $25 
first piece, $20 each additional piece. Wall work must be framed and wired for hanging.  Receiving: Thurs/Fri/Sat. April 21/22/23, Noon-3pm. Artists will be notified only if work is not accepted. 

The Stamford Art Association has issued a Call to Artists for submissions for the next Art at the Ferguson exhibition, World Within A World at the Ferguson Library Art Gallery, Stamford. 
The exhibit will tie into the Ferguson’s Summer Reading Program, Exercise Your Mind. The opening reception will be Thursday, May 19, 2016, 6 to 8p.m. at the Ferguson Gallery. Receiving Day is Thursday, May 12, 5-7 p.m. and Saturday, May 14, 10 a.m. to noon. Detailed prospectus here.
MAY 31 - JUNE 1

The Rowayton Arts Center announces a Call for Entries to its annual Focus Under Forty exhibition. This is a juried exhibition, open to all artists 18-39. An open theme, two works per artists Fees: $20/1; $35/2; Non-Members: $25/1; $45/2; Students 18-20 yrs. $15 /1; $25/2. There is a cash award ($250) for Best in Show. Receiving takes place May 31 and June 1. See full prospectus here.
March 25: Beechwood Arts: Transformed Sign-Up Deadline
March 25: Westport Downtown Merchants: Art About Town Extended Application Deadline
April c1: Art at Ives, Juried Fine Arts & Crafts Show, Submission Deadline

Art New England magazine is accepting submissions for Frame to Fame II, chronicling regional independent filmmakers as they navigate the film festival circuit. Art New England will follow filmmakers throughout their process beginning with submitting their work (completed in 2015 or 2016) to various independent film festivals. It will then report on the filmmakers’ experiences as they attend festivals over the course of the 2016–2017 season. Art New England’s film critic Ethan Gilsdorf will conduct interviews with each participant, to be included in a serialized feature over the course of three to four issues of Art New England in print and online. The series concludes with a celebratory showcase in Boston. To apply fill out this simple form.

Up to sixteen exceptional artists from around the world are chosen each year for two- to six-month residencies at the world-renowned John Michael Kohler Arts Center's world-renowned Arts/Industry residency program. The program gives residents access to the pottery or iron/brass foundry and enamel shop in the nation’s leading plumbingware manufacturer, Kohler Co.'s Kohler, Wisconsin, plant. Artists have the opportunity to work with leading technicians and create large-scale work in an industrial setting. Arts/Industry is open to all emerging and established artists working in any discipline; artists need not be trained ceramists or metal sculptors, but should have the ability to quickly grasp industrial technologies. The program provides 24/7 access to industrial studios, an excellent staff that will guide you through the process, time to explore new ideas and techniques, free housing, round-trip transportation (within the continental US), professional photography services, materials, use of industrial equipment, free safety equipment and a modest stipend. Application details here.

The Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation is accepting applications from emerging directors and choreographers for paid opportunities to observe the work of master directors and choreographers as they create productions on Broadway, Off-Broadway, and at leading regional theaters across the country. Through the program, SDCF observers may have access to the entire rehearsal process, from first rehearsal through opening night. Participants also will have the opportunity to observe first-hand the techniques, disciplines, approaches, and insights of master artists as they create new productions and revive classics. Each observer receives a weekly stipend of at least $250 as well as a project travel stipend. Anyone with serious interest in pursuing a career in directing and/or choreography may apply to the Observership program. A $25 application fee is required from those unaffiliated with SDC. Any observer who is not already a member of SDC will be awarded a free one-year SDC associate membership. Apply here.

Cirenaica is an artist residency nestled on 43 acres of hills, farmland, and forest in the quaint village of Fall Creek, Wisconsin. Cirenaica (translated from a Uruguayan fisherman language meaning “siren of the sea”) is the perfect getaway for working artists, a picturesque retreat that offers the splendor of small town life, while preserving the solitude necessary for pursuing one’s craft. Writers and poets can spend time working closely with writers including Wisconsin poet laureate Kimberly Blaeser, former Wisconsin poet laureate Max Garland, Nickolas Butler, Erika Janik, John Hildebrand, and B.J. Dollars. Throughout the 2016 summer, Cirenaica will host six, 3-day writing residencies. Each residency will host a maximum of 10 writers. Writers will be joined by a writer-in-residence, who will oversee workshops and conferences, as well as a special guest, who will take part in evening activities and readings. At the end of each day, writers will gather at the stage around the fire to unwind, socialize, and share their work. Additional evening activities (outdoor concerts, readings, tours of the region) will also be available. Each residency will conclude with a free and open reading for the public. See residency details here
RESOURCES & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT                             

Four free workshops on business fundamentals and marketing strategies for artists, are offered by the CT Office of the Arts and the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art's Assets for Artists program. Space is truly limited; seats will be filled on a first-come basis. Interested? Email Briana Halpin NO LATER THAN Mon. March 28 with name, address, art practice/business URL, and specific workshop(s) requested. Locations/directions will be given after your attendance request is confirmed and can be fulfilled.
WORKSHOP 1: Saturday, April 9, 1-6pm, MysticPress Ready: PR for Artists with Sarah Platanitis. Develop marketing and PR savvy, learn to work effectively with journalists, improve websites, and gain skills related to presenting and interviewing. Hosted by the Southeastern CT Cultural Coalition
WORKSHOP 2: Saturday, April 23, 1-6pm, Torrington. Same as above.
WORKSHOP 3: Tuesday, April 26, 10am-5pm, New BritainBusiness Planning for Artists with Sarah Guerette. Fundamentals of running an arts-based business and skills to develop a personalized business plan.
WORKSHOP 4: Wednesday, May 4, 1-6pm, HamptonBranding and Marketing for Visual Artists with Jessica Burko. How to present work, to identify target audience, and to create a detailed marketing plan while building the confidence to implement it. 


The Hafner Creative Space was founded in 2009 by leading American glass artist, Dorothy HafnerOver 20 Museum Collections worldwide include Hafner works, many in multiple media, including the Corning Museum of Glass, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Denver Art Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Stedelijk Museum, and the Museum of Arts and Design. Dorothy is now offering for spring and summer four ways of engagement: a Two-Hour Glass-Fusing Experience (see the glass fusing steps, cut your own glass and make a plate); a One-Day Color Workshop (choose from over 60 colors and make a plate or a panel); a 3-Day Intensive (including a unique "visual brainstorming" exercise for creating your own design, all the steps for creating your glass design and critiques and group discussion); and the 6-Week Design, Inspiration and Realization Workshop (where the dynamics of design, color and line and the language of abstraction are fully covered). Details to come on FCBuzz. Meanwhile also visit this page.
MAY 30

The Aaron Siskind Foundation is accepting applications for its 2016 Individual Photographer's Fellowships program. The annual program encourages and celebrates artistic achievement in contemporary photography by supporting the creative endeavors of artists working in photography and photo-based art media. A limited number of fellowship grants of up to $10,000 each will be awarded to artists working in photography and photo-based art. Qualified applicants must provide a still photography portfolio that illustrates any subject, genre, and/or process. Works submitted may be traditional photography projects or experimental works, but photographic techniques must be pivotal to the works submitted. Examples of ineligible work include film, video, and interactive multimedia. Recipients will be determined by a panel of distinguished guest judges on the basis of artistic excellence, accomplishment to date, and the promise of future achievement. Fellowship funds must be used to further the artist's creative endeavors
. Application details here.

The Regional Initiative Grant Program (REGI) awards grants ranging from $1,000 to $4,000 (dependent on state and federal annual appropriations). The REGI program is a good fit for applicants primarily interested in small projects that support access to the creative process and/or creative experience, especially those projects that experiment with new ways to apply the arts within your community. Projects can take many varied forms: engage in a specific community matter, reflect on personal experience, bring neighbors together, etc. Eligible applicants include: artists; arts organizations with 501(c)(3) status with annual operating income under $300,000; arts programs of a 501(c)(3) non-arts organization; municipal arts departments; pre-K through 12 schools; and Parent Teacher organizations (PTOs). These REGI grants are administered by the state's Designated Regional Service Organizations, of which the Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County is the applicable one for this region. See Guidelines here. Artists seeking to collaborate with nonprofits and/or schools and creative businesses are advised to try out their ideas at the Cultural Alliance Common Ground meetings, such as this recent one.


The Director of Development, part of the senior management team and reporting to the Executive Director, is responsible for the successful planning and execution of an annual & strategic development plan, ensuring optimal resources to serve the mission, programs, and operations of the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center. Major tasks include the successful organization, tracking, and completion of the annual campaign and membership program, timely management of grant activities, and oversight of fundraising events, in conjunction with department staff. The Director of Development will be expected and required to attend all major O’Neill events, be a regular presence during our summer performances, and take a leadership role in identification and cultivation of donors.The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center is dedicated to the development of new work and new artists for the theater, and creates and operates programs which advance and complement that goal, for the enrichment of theater artists, students, teachers and audiences, in the tradition of bold exploration embodied in the work of its namesake. Details of position here.

Samuel Owen Gallery is currently seeking a full-time Sales Consultant to join our established contemporary gallery in Greenwich CT. This opportunity is an ideal match for a fine art sales professional who is looking to expand their career in a highly successful gallery representing numerous contemporary artists. Samuel Owen hosts a variety of gallery events in our Greenwich CT and Nantucket MA locations. The consultant will be responsible for having a thorough understanding of the artists the gallery represents and make the appropriate recommendations to clients based on their interests. Also responsible for contacting existing clients; potential new clients along with providing follow-up to ensure complete satisfaction and to secure possible additional sales. Requirements include: Minimum of 2 years art, luxury retail or high-end sales experience required; Excellent people skills, strong verbal and written communication skills; Initiative and confidence to consistently close sales; capability of developing a clientele and nurturing those relationships; professional appearance and a team player; assist in sourcing artists and curating exhibitions. Application details here.

The Zvi Grunberg Resident Fellowship at the Bruce Museum provides an opportunity for mentored professional development, working closely with the Executive Director, Deputy Director, and Adjunct Curator with research, development, coordination, and implementation related to upcoming temporary art exhibitions. The Resident Fellow collaborates with the Museum’s educators to develop content and educational programs related to all temporary art exhibits. The Museum seeks a scholar who wants to work with curators, researching and developing art exhibitions, and collaborating with museum educators to create and implement interpretive programs related to art exhibits. The Fellowship term is 34 weeks, from mid-September 2016 through mid-May 2017, with a stipend of $20,000 plus benefits. This is a full-time temporary position, 35 hours/week, for a maximum of 34 weeks. The Zvi Grunberg Resident Fellowship is an opportunity for individuals who have a minimum of an M.A. in art history, or a related field and who are pursuing or contemplating further graduate study or professional placement in these fields. Applications details here. Deadline: April 15.

Ives Concert Park is a prestigious, world-class performing arts center, with a majestic outdoor amphitheater situated on 40 wooded acres, with a pond, breathtaking gardens and public hiking trails, on the Westside campus of Western Connecticut State University in Danbury. The Ives seeks a part--time, skilled Bookkeeper/Office Coordinator to organize office operations and bookkeeping procedures for this fast-paced nonprofit entertainment destination to ensure organizational effectiveness and efficiency. The ideal candidate will be experienced in handling a wide range of administrative and executive support related tasks and will be able to work independently with little or no supervision. This person must be exceedingly well organized, flexible and enjoy the administrative challenges of supporting a dedicated board of directors, executive staff and volunteer corps, and serving the community. For full details, click here.
Jobs Previously Listed and Still Available
Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum: Head of CommunicationsTeaching Artists
Fairfield County Chorale: Executive Director
Fairfield Museum: Collections Manager
Greenwich International Film Festival: MarketingGraphic DesignProgramming Interns
Hartbeat Ensemble: Managing Director
Lockwood Mathews Mansion Museum: Manager, Museum Services
New Canaan Historical Society: School Program Director.
Sacred Heart University: Graphic Designer

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March 25: Westport Fine Arts Festival Submission Deadline
March 25: Westport Downtown Merchants: Art About Town Extended Application Deadline
March 25: Beechwood Arts: Transformed Registration Deadline
March 28: William Harvey ("What is American Culture?") arrives in CT.
March 28: Maritime Garage Gallery: Aqua Application Deadline
March 28: The Golden Thread: Woman: A Fierce Beauty Submission Deadline
March 28: Free Assets for Artists Workshops Sign-up Deadline. Email Briana

April c1: Beechwood Arts: Curator-Team-in-Residence Application Deadline
April c1: Art at Ives, Juried Fine Arts & Crafts Show, Submission Deadline
April c1: Frame to Fame II: Registration Deadline
April c1: Kohler Arts/Industry Residency Application Deadline
April c3: William Harvey leaves CT
April 15: MacDowell Colony Artists Residencies Application Deadline
April 15: Cyrenaica Writers Residencies Application Deadline
April 15: Studio 80/Sculpture Grounds, Summer Sculpture Showcase Entry Deadline
April 15: Bogliasco Residency Fellowship Application Due.
April 21-23: Stamford Art Association: Reed Marine Exhibition Receiving Dates
April 24: Art at the Ferguson: World Within a World Submission Deadline

May 19: Cultural Alliance Arts & Culture Empowerment Awards Breakfast, Shore & Country Club, Norwalk, 7:30am
May 30: Aaron Siskind Photographers Fellowships Application Deadline
May 31: Rowayton Arts Center: Focus Under Forty Receiving

June c1: Coastal Arts Guild Artist and Artisans in Paradise art fair early registration
June c1: Adelphi NY Breast Cancer Hotline: Registration Deadline for Creative Cups

July c1: Connecticut Dance Alliance: Dance History Project Submission Deadline
July 29: CT Office of the Arts Regional Initiative Grants Application Deadline

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