2018 Annual Members Show

All CAS artists members are invited to submit artwork for the 2018 Members’ Show at the CAS Arts Center during regular gallery hours starting February 16 through March 16, 2018. The exhibition will be on display March 24 through April 4, 2018.

Exhibition is limited to one work per artist, and works must have been created within the last five years. Works displayed in previous CAS Members Shows are ineligible for exhibition. For more information visit 2018 Annual Members Show.

 

2019 Exhibition Season Submission

 

 

CAS will accept applications from artists and curators in all mediums, including and not limited to digital, fiber, film/video, illustration, installations, performance, pottery and sculpture. Please note artists who presented their work as part of the 2018 season will not be eligible to re-apply until 2020.

All proposals will be reviewed by the CAS Artists Council, a newly formed a group of professional mid-career and established visual, literary and performing artists local to the Catskill area acting as stewards and advocates for the organization’s curatorial pursuits in relation to exhibitions, education, programs, lectures and performances. CAS will notify all applicants of the Artists Council’s decision by June 2018.  All work will be considered for solo and group shows at the recommendation of the Artist Council. For more information visit 2019 Exhibition Season: Submission Form.

 

Performance Submission 

 
 
 

Class and Lecture 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.  
 

 

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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