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Hudson Valley MOCA Open Call for Members' Juried Exhibition

AUGUST 10–SEPTEMBER 8, 2019

The Hudson Valley MOCA Juried Member Exhibition showcases a variety of perspectives and practices within the contemporary visual arts.

Juried by Legacy Russell, Associate Curator of Exhibitions at The Studio Museum in Harlem, this exhibition seeks to unite a multitude of voices both local and national to explore our contemporary moment, and the unique work created within it. 

 

IMPORTANT DATES

Submission Deadline: June 30, 2019

Notification to artists: July 12, 2019 (via email)

Opening Reception: Saturday, August 10, 2019

Exhibition Dates: August 10 - September 8, 2019

 

JUROR:

Legacy Russell is a curator, writer, and artist. Born and raised in New York City, she is the Associate Curator of Exhibitions at The Studio Museum in Harlem.

Russell’s academic, curatorial, and creative work focuses on gender, performance, digital selfdom, internet idolatry, and new media ritual. She has lectured internationally on the

intersection of art, the Internet, and feminism.

Russell holds a dual-major B.A. with Honors from Macalester College in Art History & Studio Art and English & Creative Writing with a focus in Gender Studies, and an MRes with Distinction in Art History from Goldsmiths, University of London with a focus in Visual Culture.

 

Digital entries only through https://artist.callforentry.org

 

https://www.hudsonvalleymoca.org/juried-member-exhibition

NeoPopRealism

www.neopoprealism.org

NYC

New York

10013

neopoprealism@mail.com

ATTN ALL ARTISTS & ART LOVERS:

ANNOUNCING THE INT'L ONLINE ART CONTEST dedicated to 30-year anniversary of NeoPopRealism
Theme: MY VISION OF THE FUTURE

ELIGIBILITY:
- ALL ARTISTS OVER 18 Y.O.
- ALL STYLES welcome
- ALL MEDIUMS welcome
- ALL POLITICAL VIEWS' ARTISTS welcome
- ALL RELIGIONS OR NO RELIGION ARTISTS welcome

This contest is all about the arts, the talents, and the visions of our future. No artist would be discriminated because of his/her views. Let's look into our future 20 years from today: the future of our planet, of your country or your personal future. Time flies, and a book "My Vision Of The Future" with this contest's artworks, printed in 2020, would show everyone in 2040 how right or wrong you were today. The book would include all the best images of work submitted to this art contest with the Winners' artwork images on the covers. This art contest is dedicated to the 30 year anniversary of NeoPopRealism art style, created by Nadia Russ in 1989.
JUROR: NADIA RUSS (www.nadiaruss.com)

DEADLINE: December 30, 2019
ENTRY FEE: $23 for 1 work, $60 for 4 works. Then $15 per each work.

PRIZES: 1st Place Winner's work image goes on the front cover of a book "MY VISION OF THE FUTURE" + s/he receives a genuine black diamonds unisex ring (total 1ctw) in silver setting. 2nd Place Winner's work image goes also on the front cover of a book. 3rd Place Winners work image does on the back cover of a book.

REQUIREMENTS: Image(s) should be saved as .JPG file(s), resolution - 300 dpi. Please include the title of your work, size, medium, year of creation, your full name, the brief biography, and website address if you have one.

SUBMISSION: Email your work image(s) and questions: neopoprealism@mail.com. Entry fee should be sent: neopr123@yahoo.com (PayPal). The Winners would be announced December 31, 2019.

www.neopoprealism.org

 

The Binghamton Center for Writers – State University of New York

Summer 2019 Poetry Workshops – Press Release

 

The Binghamton Poetry Project will conduct two series of free community poetry workshops during July 2019 and host a community reading for participants in August. Details for upcoming workshops and the reading are at the end of this release and will be posted in the Press & Sun Bulletin, at workshop locations, through our listserv at binghamtonpoetryproject@gmail.com, on our Facebook page, and on our website: www.thebinghamtonpoetryproject.wordpress.com.

 

The Binghamton Poetry Project is a literary outreach program of the Binghamton Center for Writers, one of the Centers for Excellence at Binghamton University - SUNY. The project educates youth and adults in writing and reading creatively. Our mission is to enhance arts awareness and literacy in Broome County and to connect the University with Broome County citizens through poetry. We also provide leadership positions for Creative Writing Ph.D. students and expand the efforts of the Binghamton Center for Writers. We are working to enhance the artistic and creative life of the community at large.

 

Summer 2019 Workshop details:

 

ADULT POETRY WORKSHOP: Where: Broome County Public Library, 185 Court Street, Binghamton NY 13901, www.bclibrary.info. Class time: 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Class dates: Mondays, July 1, July 8, July 15, July 22, July 29 Instructor: Heather Dorn, Ph.D.

 

KIDS POETRY WORKSHOP (Suggested Ages 6-12): Where: Broome County Public Library, Children’s section activity room, 185 Court Street, Binghamton NY 13901, www.bclibrary.info. When: 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Mondays, July 1, July 8, July 15, July 22, July 29. Instructor: Eni Vághy, M.A.

PUBLIC READING: Where: Broome County Public Library, Outdoor Pavilion (or, if rain, Exhibit Rm.), 185 Court Street, Binghamton NY 13901, www.bclibrary.info.  When: Saturday, August 3, 2:00-3:30 p.m.