Calls for Artists/Performers

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Ashford Area Arts Council is calling all artists to display and sell their art at “A Summer’s Palette” at Westford Hill Distiller’s on June 29, rain date June 30. To register go to and click the registration link. Deadline: June 15, 2024

Arts Center East is showcasing the work of artists who make 3D art in an exhibit “Form & Function” Aug. 24-Sept. 28. Open to artists who work in clay, ceramics, pottery, glass, woodworking, found object sculpture/assemblage, paper sculpture and 3D fiber work, plaster sculpture, metalwork, and more. Whether you sculpt for the love of form or you create functional pieces, we want to display your work! When submitting your artwork, please be as specific as you can about the dimensions and weight of your pieces: If you have questions, please email us at or call 860-871-8222. Juror: Holly S. Murray. Submission deadline: Aug. 2, 2024

Arts Center East – New England Bridges and Barns
From the oldest covered bridge in Bath, New Hampshire, to the iconic tobacco barns in East Windsor, CT or the site of the Nathan Hale Homestead, there is no shortage of hearty wooden architecture and historic structures throughout New England. This exhibit celebrates the unique architecture, history, and character of the New England landscape. Open to artists 18 years of age and older working in all mediums. Each artist may submit up to five (5) pieces. All artwork must NOT have been included in previous ACE juried exhibits. All artwork must be original (no kits, no AI generated art). Artwork cannot be done under instruction in a class, workshop or lesson. Prizes will be awarded for First Place, Second Place, Third Place, and Honorable Mentions. Submission deadline: Sept. 20, 2024

Connecticut Storytelling Center, New London – Seeking Storytellers (Teaching Artists) for School Programs
Do you like to tell stories? Do you like to work with children? The Connecticut Storytelling Center celebrates the spoken word in many forms, and among their most important efforts is their literacy enhancement programming in schools across the state. The Storytelling Center is training new teaching artists to meet the needs of the schools they are serving. The needs of the schools are diverse, and the Center is seeking a diverse queue of storytellers! If you are interested in literacy, love a good story, and would like to earn some extra money doing something that impacts the lives of young children, please contact the Connecticut Storytelling Center for more information about this opportunity. We can be reached at (860) 934-8165, or contact Please check out our website to learn more!

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 Willington, 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.