On March 25, MASSCreative will bring together the creative community for Arts Matter Advocacy Day to show our state political leaders that arts matter in Massachusetts.
Join arts, cultural, and creative leaders and supporters for on March 25 a morning at the Citi Wang Theatre in downtown Boston and an early afternoon at the State House. After a morning of mingling, celebrating arts & culture, and sharpening our advocacy skills at the Wang, we will travel together in an “Arts Matter March” to the State House. When we arrive, we will meet with our legislators about arts and cultural issues, including the state budget. Together, let’s send the message: arts matter in Massachusetts.
RSVP to attend the Arts Matter Advocacy Day below.
Please help spread the word and invite your networks:
Are you ready to stand up for arts & culture in your community? Join me for #ArtsMatter Advocacy Day, Mar 25: http://www.mass-creative.org/amadrsvp?recruiter_id=1763
Here’s your chance to advocate for the resources the arts & cultural community needs! Join me & RSVP for #ArtsMatter Advocacy Day on March 25: http://www.mass-creative.org/amadrsvp?recruiter_id=1763
You can share the RSVP online via email, social media, or newsletter. You can find these materials and more in our Arts Matter Advocacy Day toolkit: http://www.mass-creative.org/amadtoolkit
Call For Art!!!! SAC and the Inside-OUT Gallery is looking for submissions of intriguing works that defines the breadth of talent of Somerville Open Studios. This year, the Inside-Out gallery’s Somerville Open Studios exhibition will feature artists who are new to Somerville Open Studios. Share your style and your story in this highly visible art show, on view through the month of April and the weekend of Open Studios. Review guidelines and submit application at firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline is March 5
Somerville Arts Council
SAC and the Inside-OUT Gallery Call to Artists First- time SOS Artist showcase
First- time Somerville Open Studios Artist exhibit for April
The Somerville Arts Council and the Inside-OUT Gallery is looking for submissions of intriguing works that defines the breadth of talent of Somerville Open Studios. One of the great things about Somerville is the artist community. Both established residents and newcomers together make up a shifting culture with the neighborhood as its core. This year, the Inside-Out gallery’s Somerville Open Studios exhibition will feature artists who are new to Somerville Open Studios. Share your style and your story in this highly visible art show, on view through the month of April and the weekend of Open Studios. Along with your submission please answer the following questions.
Have you participated in other Open Studios before?
How long have you lived in Somerville?
Are you in a studio building or home studio?
What inspired you to join SOS this year?
This is a closed call for first-time SOS artists. Please note that this is a juried exhibition and not all submitted work will be accepted
Submissions should include:
5 JPEGs of the available work you would like to show (1200 pixel in length)
Applicants work must be available from April 1- May 4
Take down will most likely be May 4 or 5
The following information should accompany every image:
1. Artist name & Contact Info (phone & e-mail)
2. Title of the piece
3. Description of Medium
4. Complete accurate dimensions (length, width, depth, & approximate weight)
Please submit completed applications to email@example.com., include SOS and Inside-OUT Call to Artists in the message header. Submission deadline will be March 5.
When choosing work to submit please keep in mind that the display space has the following dimensions: Height – 7.5’Depth – 16″Width – 3.5″
About the Inside-Out Gallery
The Inside-Out Gallery is located in the CVS Window in Davis Square, a unique space that allows the public to view an eclectic array of works from artists and local organizations each month. The mission of the Somerville Arts Council is to cultivate and celebrate the creative expressions of the Somerville community. Through innovative collaborations and quality programming we work to make the arts an integral part of life reflective of our diverse city.