March 20, 2021

 

Spring is in the Air



All Visitors are required to wear masks and observe social distancing
City Gallery, 994 State St, New Haven
March 6 - March 28 2021: Sat-Sun 2 - 4 pm
Kathy Kane will be at gallery on Saturday March 20th 2 - 4pm or by apt.











Canton CT

Spotlight Gallery:

Judy Cantwell
Smalls
March 19-April 17, 2021
Gallery Hours: Friday-Sunday 1:00-5:00pm


Founders Gallery:

Canton Artists’ Guild members exhibit their work in this “Members’ New Work” exhibition.  For many members the current constraints on travel, employment and social interaction have served to intensify their effort and concentration.  See the results in paintings, drawings, graphic arts, sculpture, ceramics, fiber/beadwork and photography.  The membership consists of 100 plus artists from over 30 area towns forming one of Connecticut’s long established fine art guilds.

More information
Member's New Work
March 19 -  April 17, 1 - 5 PM
Gallery on the Green













Join us for an online reading
Poets in Print
Sara Lupita Olivares and Gina Franco
with broadsides by
Lily Lauver and Amy Sult

Saturday March 20
7 p.m. Eastern Time, Via Zoom











Free - Family Day at NBMAA

Sunday, March 21, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Come celebrate Women's History Month with free admission for all! Rock your favorite women artists from the Museum's collection with a hand-made button, and explore our permanent collection and special exhibitions with a scavenger hunt activity!

Plan your visit today and discover what's currently on view by visiting nbmaa.org/exhibitions.   
New Britain Museum of American Art · 56 Lexington Street · New Britain, CT 06052 · USA
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Completely different from a typical music festival, Make Music is open to anyone who wants to take part. Every kind of musician — young and old, amateur and professional, of every musical persuasion — pours onto streets, parks, plazas, and porches to share their music with friends, neighbors, and strangers. All of it is free and open to the public.

Participate in a virtual discussion on Wednesday, March 24th at noon.

Topic: Make Music Connecticut - 2021 Information Meeting
Time: Mar 24, 2021 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 841 6892 7798
Passcode: 669682







Writers on the Rise: Chekwube Danladi

A spotlight reading series sponsored by
The Rona Jaffe Foundation

March 25th, 7:00 pm, ET

Register here
Image courtesy of the poet

Chekwube Danladi is the author of Semiotics (Georgia, 2020), winner of the Cave Canem Poetry Prize. Her chapbook, Take Me Back, was included in the New-Generation African Poets: Nne box set. She has received fellowships and support from Callaloo, Kimbilio, the Lambda Literary Foundation, Hedgebrook, Vermont Studio Center, and the Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing. From Lagos by way of West Baltimore, she is currently based in Chicago, where she teaches writing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.








VIRTUAL ARTIST TALK

FRIDAY, MARCH 26 AT 6:00PM

Brigid Kennedy, Erika Santos & Talya Baharal
Moderated by: Jessica Fallis














 
"Double Vision"
National Juried Exhibition

This exhibition features artwork that touches on two ways of seeing things or that encourages an open mind and heart—or simply art that makes you look twice or examine it more closely.
(Pictured above: Martin R. Anderson: "Mighty Aphrodite," mixed media, 14"x14", 2020, $800)

450 Harrison Ave.
Boston, MA 02118
(617) 451-3605

Hours: Fri - Sun, 12-5















Alex Ferrone Gallery: Meet the Winter Artists

Please join us to Meet the Winter Artists next week on Zoom.  Each artist will speak about their work in the exhibit.  There will be two sessions with limited attendance for each and registration is required.  Please click the Session link(s) below to register for one or both sessions.

Artists:
Karen Bell
Deirdre Elzer-Lento
Linda Hacker
Robert S Johnson
Elizabeth Kaney
Loretta Marcus
Kathleen Massi
David McCrae
Raymond Smith  


Artists:
Richard Aardsma
Patricia Beary
Allison Belolan
Anthony Graziano
Mike McLaughlin
Keith Rossein
Kerry Sharkey-Miller
Pamela Waldroup


A day or two after you register, the Zoom Session information and password will be emailed to you.  Please call the Gallery if you need additional information.
Visit and Connect with us: 
Alex Ferrone Gallery 
25425 Main Road, Cutchogue, NY 11935  
631-734-8545






Anthony Graziano, Silence of the Elms, Photograph, framed 10x8 inches.
$350.
Click photo for purchase info. 


















Artspace New Haven
 

Sueños

Anatar Marmol-Gagné

Closes March 20

Final Days to see Sueños


Sueños is an immersive art exhibit by artist Anatar Marmol-Gagné as well as a live performance of an excerpt of the puppet theater production. Learn more.

Sueños in the News

View the artist talk with Anatar that includes a recording of last week's performance of Sueños here.











New Exhibit
Of Woman Born
Beginning March 20, 2021 through March 30th, 2022 the Housatonic Museum of Art will open Of Woman Born an exhibition that looks at images of women throughout art history. Goddesses, Wives, Mothers, Saints and Sinners are included in the show which is drawn from the HMA’s collection.

Photo to the left: Antionette Brown Blackwell, Monotype with chine colle, 1996 by Suzanne Benton
 
Antoinette Brown Blackwell was a student at Oberlin when she became increasingly involved in the women’s rights, temperance, and anti-slavery movements of the nineteenth century. In 1847 she delivered several speeches on temperance in Ohio. The same year she delivered a speech on woman’s rights at the Baptist church in Henrietta, NY



















Democracy in America Spring Speakers List

Join us for a third year of this series presented in partnership with Public Humanities at Yale. Monthly discussions will take place via Zoom.

Our Community at Winchester

Tuesday, March 30, 7-8 pm

Matt Jacobson in conversation with Joan Cavanagh and Elihu Rubin.

Decolonizing the Museum

Tuesday, April 13, 7-8 pm

Matt Jacobson in conversation with Chitra Ramalingam.

Does Post-Democracy Need Universities? Higher Education After 2020

Friday April 16, 12 pm

Matt Jacobson in conversation with Christopher Newfield.

American Education and Domestic Imperialism

Tuesday, April 27, 7-8 pm

Matt Jacobson in conversation with Khalil Johnson.











COMING SOON to THE GALLERY @ THE INSTITUTE LIBRARY

 

Remember: to borrow books by pickup or home delivery, please email Eva@InstituteLibrary.org to make a request/ask a question. We really do make this as easy as we can, and can often get the book you want into your hands within 48 hours of your request. And as always: Thank you. Thank you for supporting us. We are here for you.

The Institute Library
847 Chapel Street, New Haven, CT 06510 ph +203 562 4045













In Our Galleries
Hours: Thursday 12-3 & Friday-Sunday 12-close
A portrait made from a purple beaded curtain
A portrait made out of beaded curtain
Image: Felandus Thamesuntitled (Anita Hill), 2021 & Stolen Moments (Self Portrait), 2021, hairbeads on coated wire on aluminum rod. Photo by John Groo.
On View
Part Fact, Part Aspect Robin Crookall
THE SIREN Catalina Ouyang
Artist Talk: Catalina Ouyang and Catherine Damman
Online Thursday, April 1 | 6:30 PM
A grey sculpture next to two portrait photographs
Real Art Awards winner and exhibiting artist Catalina Ouyang is joined by Catherine Damman, Wesleyan University Visiting Professor, for an intimate conversation on Ouyang's sculptural approach to narrative and history in











Conn. Historical Society:

CURRENT EXHIBIT

A Vote of Her Own:

The Long Fight for Woman Suffrage

April 18, 2020 - July 3, 2021

 

One hundred years ago, women secured the right to vote with the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The struggle for “woman suffrage” lasted more than 70 years and was fought by women and men on both sides of the contest. This exhibit features original photographs, documents, and artifacts representing Connecticut individuals and organizations who argued, reasoned, marched, and took action for or against women’s right to vote.

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Artist Opps:

A Reminder - Applications for the 6th Biennial Art In the Orchard exhibition are due by April 1st.
Contact information:
Jean-Pierre Pasche
Art in the Orchard
413-303-1603
support@artintheorchard.org
artintheorchard.org/apply

Art in the Orchard (AiO) is seeking sculptures and installations for its 6th biennial outdoor show. The organizing committee invites artists to apply to its 2021 sculpture exhibit held on the grounds of Park Hill Orchard in Easthampton, MA. AiO’21 applications will be accepted through April 1st and are available at artintheorchard.org/apply.

Art in the Orchard offers sculptors an unparalleled opportunity to showcase their work to tens of thousands of visitors in one of the most picturesque locations in Western Massachusetts. Accepted applicants will receive a $500 honorarium.

AiO'21 will feature a total of 30 pieces created by local, regional and national artists. The juried show will run from August 1st through Thanksgiving weekend at Park Hill Orchard, 82 Park Hill Road in Easthampton, MA. The exhibit will be open every day from dawn to dusk.







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The Voice of Art is thrilled to announce its very first outdoor juried fine art show, “Litchfield Art Festival” that will be a highlight for collectors and residents from the Tri-State region, New England and beyond.  The Litchfield Hills has a history and reputation for featuring top fine artists from across the country, and also many well-known and beloved New England and CT artists widely admired by art enthusiasts.  Attracting tens of thousands of visitors, the festival will provide an exciting platform for artists to engage with attendees and sell their work.
Applicants will be juried on a rolling basis.






Arts Center East:

We are accepting submissions for our next juried multimedia exhibit, An Image is Worth a Thousand Words

 Submission Deadline: Wednesday, May 12

Jury Results: Sunday, May 16

 Exhibit Dates: May 27–June 12

Gallery Hours: Thursday–Saturday, 1:00–5:00pm

www.artscentereast.org/1000-words

 

We all know the old saying, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” 

 The adage was first said by Henrik Ibsen, and was a little different than what we know now: “a thousand words leave not the same deep impression as does a single deed.” Over the years, through translations and appropriations, the exact wording has changed, but the sentiment remains the same: complex or nuanced feelings and thoughts can sometimes best be summed up in a single image.

 

How do you use art to express what is too complex for words alone?

 With your submission, artists are encouraged to include a description to accompany your artwork to be displayed in the gallery and online.

 Submit your artwork





CAFA Announces...
Eileen Eder | Sunny Morning | Oil
Submissions: April 17 - May 23, 2021








FINAL CALL! 
March 26, 2021

(annual gallery exhibit - small works open call)

MAGNITUDE SEVEN
17th Annual International Call for Small Works - Open Call

Every year Manifest produces an exhibit of little works of art from around the world. Each iteration of the exhibit brings in hundreds of powerful yet diminutive works for our jury to consider. Inevitably this results in a gallery full of diverse, compelling, and exquisite little gems. Manifest’s patrons eagerly await the Magnitude Seven event each year. This annual project is one of the most varied exhibits in our season. So we are always excited to offer this call to artists to submit works no larger than seven inches in any dimension (any proportion). Standard presentation devices like pedestals, mats, and frames that are not considered part of the work of art are not limited by the 7" criteria.

Submission deadline: March 26, 2021
For complete details and to apply online visit:
 http://www.manifestgallery.org/seven

email info@manifestgallery.org with any questions








NEW Opportunity for Artists

Doran Connecticut
Artist-in-Residence

The Yale University Art Gallery is collaborating with Artspace New Haven on the 2021 Happy and Bob Doran Connecticut Artist-in-Residence. The program offers community, financial support, and a group exhibition to Connecticut-based artists via a new artist residency.

The new residency will provide up to five early to mid-career artists who live and work in Connecticut with a $15,000 award, among other benefits. The residency is virtual and culminates in a group exhibition at Artspace New Haven in early 2022.

Applications are due by Friday, April 9, 2021, 5:00 pm EDT

Learn More




New England Musicians Relief Fund (NEMRF)
NEMRF was created in 2020 as a nonprofit philanthropy to help New England musicians weather this Covid-19 shutdown of the music industry, and create an endowment that will go on to provide a safety net for years and decades to come.

Eligibility and application information can be found on the fund's website.



Community Renewal Team RFP - Deadline April 2
The Community Renewal Team, Inc. (CRT) seeks proposals for a public art mural project. Artists are invited to submit a proposal to provide a large-scale mural concept for CRT’s Women’s Empowerment Center a multi-service building at 330 Market Street, Hartford CT. All artists are encouraged to submit a proposal, but CRT is especially interested in artists from the Greater Hartford area.

View the RFP here.




September 26-27, 2021

West Hartford Art League
Fine Arts Festival !!!

Call to artists and sponsors!

Join us on the grounds of our 87 year old
non-profit arts organization
at 37 Buena Vista Road in West Hartford.


This exhibit is open to fine arts only.
Entries are classified by category and will be juried by working professionals and/or teachers in any of those categories.

Artists: Details on how to enter can be found HERE