Quiet Inlet, Peconic Bay by Helen M. Kroeger, a prime example of the work of the original Peconic Bay Impressionists.
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Southold Historical Issues Call for Artists

Pictured Above: "Quiet Inlet, Peconic Bay" by Helen M. Kroeger, a prime example of the work of the original Peconic Bay Impressionists. “Ten Squared,” an annual fundraising exhibit and sale for Southold Historical Museum, is seeking entries for its 2024 exhibition, “After the Peconic Bay Impressionists.”  In this non-juried exhibition, artists are invited to submit pieces that are 10” x 10”. Each work will be sold for $100, half of
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Sylvester Manor Seeks Proposals from Artists

Pictured Above: The Sylvester Manor house circa 1870 This summer, Sylvester Manor on Shelter Island, a significant site of North American history, will host Sculpture@Sylvester Manor, an inaugural outdoor exhibition of sculptures, installations and artistic expressions. Curated by Tom Cugliani, the exhibition is expected to engage a diverse spectrum of artists local to the East End from June 21 until Sept. 7, 2024. Local artists are invited to submit proposals
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Third Annual Bliss Morehead Poetry Grant Seeks Submissions

The Shelter Island Library has announced the third annual Bliss Morehead Poetry Grant of $1,000, awarded each April to the winner of a poetry competition. Applicants must be unpublished poets aged 17 or older and reside on the East End of Long Island (Riverhead and points east). This year’s competition will be judged by Irene Cornell, Charity Robey and Virginia Walker. This memorial grant is offered by Bliss’s husband, Mike
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Watermill Center to Host Teen Social Justice Makers Workshops

This week, the Watermill Center is launching a new series of workshops for high school students, merging art with activism. "ART + ACTIVISM: Social Justice Makers" invites students to explore the intersection of art and activism by working with teachers and artists, gaining firsthand experience investigating how art can be used to create social change. The series of workshops will culminate in a final project of public works. The Watermill
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William Steeple Davis Trust Seeks Artist-in-Residence Applications

The William Steeple Davis Trust of Orient is now accepting applications for an artist-in-residence for the period of October 15, 2022 through October 1, 2023. Applications are due by June 1, 2022. The William Steeple Davis Trust artist-in-residence program was established in 1976 under the will of Mr. Davis to “provide a temporary place of abode for persons of good character who are or have been actively engaged in cultural
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Artist Toolbox: 10X10=100 Moves to VSOP

The 14th Annual 10X10=100 Art Show and Sale, which annually benefits the North Fork Environmental Council and WPPB, Peconic Public Broadcasting, is moving this year from the South Street Gallery to VSOP Gallery at 311 Front Street in Greenport. Artists of all levels of experience and working in any medium are invited to pick up a complimentary 10X10 inch wood panel for their work at VSOP Projects beginning on Sept.
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Whaling Museum Seeks “725” Art

The Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum is currently accepting submissions for its upcoming “725” Group Art Exhibition.  If you are an artist with a phone number that starts with 631.725 or your postal zip code is 11963, you are eligible to participate in this show. The Whaling Museum’s “725” exhibit is a revival of a popular community art exhibit long held at the Goat Alley Gallery, which was the
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Entries Wanted for “Buoys for the Bays”

Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Back to the Bays project is holding an open call for local artists to create “Buoys for the Bays” in support of CCE’s Marine Program. Artists are invited to create marine-inspired art on repurposed fishing buoys. The resulting artwork will be curated by Kara Hoblin into an exhibit and auction to be held Oct. 20 at Borghese Vineyard in Cutchogue. Buoys and registration packages are now available
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Taylor’s Island Foundation Seeks Artists for Unique Fundraiser

[caption id="attachment_33054" align="alignnone" width="600"] Taylor's Island[/caption] On Saturday, March 25, 2017, Greek Independence Day, the Taylor's Island Foundation is celebrating S. Gregory Taylor, who bequeathed Taylor's Island to Shelter Island Town. The celebration will include an open house, silent auction and wine tasting at Hanff's Boatyard, 190 Sterling Street, Greenport, next door to the Greek Orthodox Church on Main Street. [caption id="attachment_33056" align="alignright" width="300"] The wooden fishes that will be auctioned