And she’s in a funny hat!
Registration for Creative Economy Summit 3 is open until March 15th. This is a unique event for businesses and creative workers to learn from one another. Full program and registration at www.creativeeconomysummit.com.
We’re happy to announce that the GLCC will be holding its first annual juried art show, “01301: Art by, for, and about Greenfield.” Artists of all ages, working in any media, are encouraged to enter by June 15. The show is open to anyone living in Greenfield, anyone working in Greenfield, or anyone making art about or inspired by Greenfield. The entry fee is only ten dollars and cash prizes will be awarded. Applications are available at Greenfield Town Hall, the Chamber of Commerce, and online at http://www.thrivesmedia.com/glcc-art-exhibit/
The jurors for the show will be Jen Simms, Professor of Art at Greenfield Community College; Braden Chattman, Digital Imaging Instructor at Hallmark School of Photography; Jean-Pierre Pasche, owner of Eastmont Custom Framing in Easthampton & co-creator of the Arts In the Orchard sculpture project; and Becky George, Events Manager at the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce and co-organizer of the Green River Festival and the Brick and Mortar International Video Art Festival.
The show and its gala opening will be held Fall 2012, in a location to be determined by the type of art entered.
For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact Caitlin von Schmidt, Chair of the Greenfield Local Cultural Council, at 413.376.5050 or GreenfieldLCC@gmail.com.
Learn about 2012’s GLCC grant recipients.
GLCC decisions made, letters going out this week. Very tough, but amazing group of people working on it!
You can read about GLCC grant recipient Cynthia McLaughlin’s project “The Art of Leaving” on the Mass Cultural Council’s blog “Artsake” here! Congratulations, Cynthia!
Check out the Mass Cultural Council’s Advocacy Action Center page here.