Calls for Artists/Performers

To submit Call for Artists, Job Opening, Internship, Board and/or Volunteer Opportunity for your organization, please CLICK HERE. This is not an events calendar.

*Note: You MUST be a registered member (Partner or Northeast Region Contact) to submit opportunity. (If you are not registered, please do so (it’s FREE and easy!)


Arts Center East – Call for Artists 
This exhibit is open to all fiber artists, whether you work in felting, quilting, knitting, crochet, embroidery, hat making, textiles, weaving, wearable art, or mixed fiber arts. Fiber Arts have a long tradition not only of utility but of storytelling and personal expression. This exhibit celebrates the hard work and creativity of fiber artists, from quilting and embroidery to dress making and sculpture. Contact Deadline: January 15, 2023  Download flyer HERE for more info.

I-Park Foundation (East Haddam)
Application materials are now available for the 2023 artists-in-residence season. We anticipate hosting at least 50 artists next year in the following creative disciplines:

• Visual Arts

•Creative Writing

• Music Composition/Sound Art

• Moving Image/New Media

• Architecture

• Landscape/Garden/Ecological Design

If you are an artist or designer in one of these fields, or have friends or colleagues who are, please check out what we have to offer. All residencies are fully funded. The application deadline is January 9, 2023.
To learn more and apply, click HERE.

Hygienic Art – Call for Artists 2023
Submissions are now open for 2023 exhibition proposals. The deadline for entries is October 1st, 2022. Applicants will be contacted after the programming committee reviews all submissions. Artists of all experience levels are considered. Artists are encouraged to work in groups to develop show concepts. Show concepts include artwork, participating artists, and show name. When applying for a group show please include information representing each artist: resume, statement, and representative works. Solo art shows will be considered, but for a better chance of being accepted, you may consider forming a group conceptual show on your own, or we may group you with other artists. To learn more and submit, click HERE.

EC-CHAP Artist in Residence – Willington
The Eastern Connecticut Center for History, Art, and Performance, Inc. (EC-CHAP) is a 501.c.3 nonprofit cultural organization located at The Mill Works, historic landmark in Wilington, CT. EC-CHAP operates the Dye & Bleach House Community Gallery, the Gardiner Hall Jr History Museum, The Packing House performance venue, and offers an Artist-In-Residence (AIR) Program.
For more information, click HERE.