Greenfield Local Cultural Council has the pleasure of presenting Wil Robert’s eclectic representation’s of GCC:
Extracted from Wil’s notes:
The pieces in this exhibit were done during the summer of 2014. Rummaging through old files, I found a folder filled with drawings I had made over the many years I taught at Greenfield Community College. They were products of hours that otherwise would have been wasted as I sat through faculty meetings and union meetings, as well as through sessions of contractually required attendance at so-called professional days.
The drawings, often directly influenced by the time and content of a meeting, are my notes on and reactions to discussions of academic issues, discussions of union and political issues, presentations of and debates over institutional goals, missions, taboos. In some of the drawings the content of the meetings is obvious; in others it is less so.
(The detailed notes are on the wall for you to read in person.)
GLCC grant recipient Paint the Town Green is looking for proposals for a mural project that will be installed on the outside wall of Green Fields Market in downtown Greenfield. From the RFP:
Since this is on the wall of the Coop, a theme of “Our Community Involvement in Sustainable Food Systems” is being suggested.
Participation is open to anyone who lives or works in Franklin County and is 19 or older. First draft proposals should be submitted in jpeg format by email by April 22nd. The committee may select up to three designs and ask the artists to present a final draft of their design for final selection. That selection will be done by the committee with final approval by a representative of the coop. by May 1st. Installation will begin as soon as weather permits, usually around Memorial Day. We expect the mural to be completed within a month.
There will be a $750 award for the winning design, which will be presented upon completion of the mural. We would like the installation of the design to be a collaborative effort, with the artist being in charge of layout, final touches, and completion of the project, while supervising others who want to participate in the painting.
This is a great opportunity to make a beautiful impact on downtown Greenfield!
We’re giving away $7,430 again this year and you have till October 15 to get your grant application in!
This year we’re looking for people to THINK BIG! You can read more about our local parameters and download application forms here. You can also pick up application forms at the Office of the Mayor, Greenfield Town Hall, 14 Court Square or at the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce, 395 Main Street.
Apply now and tell your friends!
GLCC grant recipient 3rd Annual Greenfield Arts Eclective and Small Press Fair has been postponed till September 16 due to inclement weather. It will still be held 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!
Artspace Community Arts Center in Greenfield is seeking artists to participate in its 2012 Holiday Gift Sale at Greenfield High School, November 2nd, 6 to 9 p.m. and November 3rd, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. All types of original 2 and 3D artwork will be considered. There is no booth fee. Instead, Artspace receives a commission on sales. Artists must be present to sell their work.
Check out the Mass Cultural Council’s Advocacy Action Center page here.