Elevator Gallery 2018 Exhibitions 

The Elevator Gallery is an experimental exhibition space that features small works, installations, short art films, and other visual curiosities in up to eight shows each year. 

At about 6' by 13', the space will eventually make way for an elevator to our second floor when renovations are finished to create even more room for arts and culture at CAS—hence the name. But on another level, the gallery seeks to elevate the profile of alternative artists and styles not frequently seen in the CAS Exhibition Season. 

Submit a proposal to CAS explaining how you would like to use the gallery along with up to 10 images of your artwork. Artists will not only be selected by the quality of their work, but also how they re-envision the space in exciting, innovative ways. Click here to see a floor plan schematic of the Elevator Gallery

Submission Deadline: Rolling for the 2018 Season 


Upcoming Submission Opportunities

CAS Winter Members Show - submissions open Thursday, October 19 - Monday, November 20, 2017 

2018 CAS Exhibition Season - submissions open December 1, 2016 - February 1, 2017 (click here to learn more about submissions for our annual Exhibition Season)


Performance Submission

CAS schedules concerts, plays, dance, film screenings, book and poetry readings, puppet shows, and more year-round. Many factors are considered when scheduling these programs, including prior bookings for CAS and partner organizations, technical needs, cost, and audience appeal. 

All prospective performing artists and groups must submit proposals, including CV and work samples, to the Executive Director. For more information, contact us at info@catskillartsociety.org


Class and Lecture Submission

CAS schedules classes, lectures, and outreach initiatives led by a roster of master teachers. We accept teaching artist proposals that fit our organization's mission, add diversity to our slate, appeal to new and core audiences, and are led by high-quality educators who can manage students independently. 

All teaching artists must submit proposals, including outlined lesson plans, clear target audiences/age groups, CV and work samples that show subject mastery and teaching experience, to the Executive Director. For more information, contact us at info@catskillartsociety.org


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