Now accepting applications for the Greenfield Cultural Council’s 2018-2019 cycle. Apply here.
It’s time for the 2nd annual art show sponsored by the Greenfield Local Cultural Council, “01301/2: photos of Greenfield.” This year’s show features photos of Greenfield chosen from submissions to the Master Plan photo contest and those submitted directly to the GLCC. It will run from February 6 through the end of March at the Greenfield Community College Downtown Campus at 270 Main Street. Building hours are Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. and in the evenings when classes are being held.
A four-person jury made up of Braden Chattman, a faculty member at the Hallmark Institute of Photography who was also on last year’s jury; Karen Gaudette, artist, educator, and winner of last year’s show “01301: images by, for, and about Greenfield”; Beth Reynolds, photographer, educator, and owner of base camp photo; and Greenfield Mayor Bill Martin curated the show and chose the three winning images. The show will include an additional gallery of work from local professional photographers who were invited to show by the GLCC.
Please join us at the opening on Thursday, February 6 from 5 – 7 p.m. as we celebrate Greenfield as captured through the lens of these talented photographers. Light refreshments will be served; no admission charge. You can see the facebook event page here.
Have you submitted your photograph(s) to our second annual juried show “01301/2: photos of Greenfield” yet? You still have time! The deadline is December 31. The competition is open to all ages and abilities; the show will take place at the GCC Downtown Center February/March 2014. Show us what Greenfield looks like to you!
Thanks for entering!
Great news! Hope & Olive has generously invited us to share a Free Soup & Games Night fundraising event with the new downtown beautification group, the Greenfield Rejuvenators. Come on down to Hope & Olive on Monday, October 7 from 5 – 7:30 p.m. for free soup, bread, and fun! There’ll also be tasty treats for sale, cash bar, and raffles galore. Plus, since it’s the October Soup & Games, we have a great excuse to get dressed up, Halloween-style. Come join us!
We’ll have grant applications there and GLCC members will be available to talk about the grant process. Don’t forget, the deadline for grant applications is October 15!
If you love the postcard invitation we did for the “01301” show, featuring Karen Gaudette’s entry “Lady of Green Fields,” great news – we’ll be selling 13″ x 19″ posters of it at the opening for only $10!
If you can’t make it to the opening, they’ll be available on our website soon but probably for an itty bit more. Come on down to 9 Mill Street this Friday the 12th from 5-7 for the best deal, some food & drink, & some mighty fine art!
Please join us at the opening of the GLCC’s first annual juried art show, “01301: art by, for, and about Greenfield,” this Friday, October 12, from 5-7 p.m. at the Mill Street Gallery, 9 Mill Street, Greenfield. Go down Bank Row, take a right, and look for the blue awnings!
And while you’re downtown, make sure to check out the Brick+Mortar International Video Art Festival, the Greenfield Poetry & Spoken Word Festival, and the Brass Buckle’s Taco Party featuring Egg, Eggs. And across the the river in Turner’s Falls, Loot’s One Year Anniversary & Art Show.
GLCC grant recipient 3rd Annual Greenfield Arts Eclective and Small Press Fair will take place September 8 at Energy Park in Greenfield. The event is free and open to the public; you can read more about it here.
The GLCC will have a table at the Arts Eclective where you can pick up applications for the 2012 grant cycle and talk to members about the grant process.
Help support GLCC-funded events!
On June 16, the Energy Park: Coop Concerts will be presenting the Green River String Band, Barry Higgins, and Daniel Hales and the Frost Heaves from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. Bring a picnic, and your pals. It’s a gem of a Thursday nite line-up!