Thank you for your interest in SLC Arts! All active projects accepting submissions are available below. If you cannot find the form you are looking for, please email arts@slcartscouncil.org




Please complete and submit this form within 30 days of the completion of your project, no later than December 31, 2023. Failure to submit this report may render you  ineligible for future funding. The final report is intended to verify that you have:

  • Used all grant monies exclusively on the project as described in the grant application budget
  • Prominently credited SLC Arts and the New York State Council on the  Arts Statewide Community Regrants Program on all publicity, advertisements, and  acknowledgements related to the project
  • Informed SLC Arts of any  changes in the project as originally described in the grant application immediately upon making decisions that would affect the project

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Made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, and administered by SLC Arts.

Please complete and submit this form within 30 days of the completion of your project, no later than December 31, 2023. Failure to submit this report may render you  ineligible for future funding. The final report is intended to verify that you have:

  • Used all grant monies exclusively on the project as described in the grant application budget
  • Prominently credited SLC Arts and the New York State Council on the  Arts Statewide Community Regrants Program on all publicity, advertisements, and  acknowledgements related to the project
  • Informed SLC Arts of any  changes in the project as originally described in the grant application immediately upon making decisions that would affect the project

 Questions about content?  Contact Grant Coordinator, Alicia Murphy at grants@slcartscouncil.org. 

Technical questions about Submittable.com?  Please click the "Help" button at the bottom of the page.      

*Draft copies of your Final Report can be saved for 21 days after your last saved copy.   

Made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, and administered by SLC Arts.

SLC Arts Call For Artwork:  “Sincerely Yours” Thank You Card Exhibition 


SLC Arts invites artists to submit artwork for their 2024 Town Hall exhibit, "Sincerely Yours!” This exhibition celebrates the power of gratitude and the timeless tradition of showing appreciation with a thank-you card. 

We are asking for submissions of handmade cards inspired by the recognition of the profound impact others have in each of our lives. The submission deadline is Saturday, May 11th, 11:59 pm. Please submit online through https://slcartscouncil.org/exhibits/ 


This exhibit is curated by Sharon H.J. Cheng, an artist working with SLC Arts through the Creatives Rebuild New York grant program. Sharon has put together a series of Town Hall exhibits with the intention of offering a more accessible exhibit series for our creative community. 


For this exhibition you can use various presentation styles depending on how the cards are executed or intended  to be presented to express the idea of gratitude. You can use colors, symbols, or other means to create your unique artwork. The cards can be a postcard format, folded or unfolded , with or without text, with frontside design only or with both sides design. The size requirement is - no larger than  8 1/2” x 11”, which can fit into a clear Sheet Protector to display double-side cards.  The cards can also framed by artists. There is no jury fee required for this exhibit. 


The opening reception for this exhibit will be held on Thursday, May 23rd at 5pm at the Potsdam Town Hall. Attendance is not mandatory but strongly encouraged. Artists will be given the opportunity to discuss their work. If you have any questions regarding this exhibit, please contact Kat Dinneen at kat@slcartscouncil.org.  


SLC Arts manages all sales, collects sales tax and shipping fees (if applicable), and covers credit card fees. The artist will receive a commission of 70% of the sale price. 


Submission criteria:

  • Each entrant may submit 1-5 works to be juried. Accepted works must be brought to SLC Arts by Monday, May 20, 2023
  • Artwork submitted may have been created at any time; there is no restriction on date of creation. 
  • Photographs should be printed to 5 x 7”; Unframed paper and other 2D media should be no larger than 8 x 10”; Frames, canvas, or other non-paper surfaces should be no larger than 20 x 24” and must be fit with hanging hardware. 
  • Artists must include Title of Work, Year of Work, Artists' Name, Medium, and Total Sale Price (that the customer will pay). 
  • Artists strongly urged to have their work for sale - listed price should include 70% for the artist and 30% commission for SLC Arts. 
  • Artists who do not wish to sell their work must still provide an estimate of value for insurance purposes.

SLC Arts Call For Artwork:  “Summer Waterflow” Exhibition 


SLC Arts invites artists to submit artwork for their 2024 Town Hall exhibit, "Summer Waterflow!" Embrace the dynamic beauty of flowing water for the warmer months. We are asking for submissions of any 2D medium inspired by bodies of water, summer water activities and the refreshing qualities of water. The submission deadline is Saturday, July 20th, 11:59 pm. Please submit online through https://slcartscouncil.org/exhibits/ 


This exhibit is curated by Sharon H.J. Cheng, an artist working with SLC Arts through the Creatives Rebuild New York grant program. Sharon has put together a series of Town Hall exhibits with the intention of offering a more accessible exhibit series for our creative community. 


Artwork may be created using any 2D medium. Framing, matting, etc is not required as SLC Arts plans to handle installation as a way to make this exhibit more accessible to the community. If artists would like to submit pieces that are framed, etc, please closely follow these size guidelines: Photos should be printed to 5 x 7”; Unframed paper and other 2D media should be no larger than 8 x 10”; Frames, canvas, or other non-paper surfaces should be no larger than 20 x 24” and must be fit with hanging hardware. There is no jury fee required for this exhibit. 


The opening reception for this exhibit will be held on Thursday, August 1st at 5pm at the Potsdam Town Hall. Attendance is not mandatory but strongly encouraged. Artists will be given the opportunity to discuss their work. If you have any questions regarding this exhibit, please contact Kat Dinneen at kat@slcartscouncil.org.  


SLC Arts manages all sales, collects sales tax and shipping fees (if applicable), and covers credit card fees. The artist will receive a commission of 70% of the sale price. 


Submission criteria:

  • Each entrant may submit 1-5 works to be juried. Accepted works must be brought to SLC Arts by Monday, July 29, 2023
  • Artwork submitted may have been created at any time; there is no restriction on date of creation. 
  • Photographs should be printed to 5 x 7”; Unframed paper and other 2D media should be no larger than 8 x 10”; Frames, canvas, or other non-paper surfaces should be no larger than 20 x 24” and must be fit with hanging hardware. 
  • Artists must include Title of Work, Year of Work, Artists' Name, Medium, and Total Sale Price (that the customer will pay). 
  • Artists strongly urged to have their work for sale - listed price should include 70% for the artist and 30% commission for SLC Arts. 
  • Artists who do not wish to sell their work must still provide an estimate of value for insurance purposes.

SLC Arts Call For Artwork:  “Fall’s Full Display” Exhibition 


SLC Arts invites artists to submit artwork for their 2024 Town Hall exhibit, "Fall’s Full Display!" Celebrate the harvest after Nature’s hard work with pieces inspired by the Autumn season. We are asking for 2D submissions of work inspired by the sights, sounds, and smells  of Fall. The submission deadline is Saturday, October 5th, 11:59 pm. Please submit online through https://slcartscouncil.org/exhibits/ 


This exhibit is curated by Sharon H.J. Cheng, an artist working with SLC Arts through the Creatives Rebuild New York grant program. Sharon has put together a series of Town Hall exhibits with the intention of offering a more accessible exhibit series for our creative community. 


Artwork may be created using any 2D medium. Framing, matting, etc is not required as SLC Arts plans to handle installation as a way to make this exhibit more accessible to the community. If artists would like to submit pieces that are framed, etc, please closely follow these size guidelines: Photos should be printed to 5 x 7”; Unframed paper and other 2D media should be no larger than 8 x 10”; Frames, canvas, or other non-paper surfaces should be no larger than 20 x 24” and must be fit with hanging hardware. There is no jury fee required for this exhibit. 


The opening reception for this exhibit will be held on Thursday, October 17th at 5pm at the Potsdam Town Hall. Attendance is not mandatory but strongly encouraged. Artists will be given the opportunity to discuss their work. If you have any questions regarding this exhibit, please contact Kat Dinneen at kat@slcartscouncil.org.  


SLC Arts manages all sales, collects sales tax and shipping fees (if applicable), and covers credit card fees. The artist will receive a commission of 70% of the sale price. 


Submission criteria:

  • Each entrant may submit 1-5 works to be juried. Accepted works must be brought to SLC Arts by Monday, October 14th, 2023
  • Artwork submitted may have been created at any time; there is no restriction on date of creation. 
  • Photographs should be printed to 5 x 7”; Unframed paper and other 2D media should be no larger than 8 x 10”; Frames, canvas, or other non-paper surfaces should be no larger than 20 x 24” and must be fit with hanging hardware. 
  • Artists must include Title of Work, Year of Work, Artists' Name, Medium, and Total Sale Price (that the customer will pay). 
  • Artists strongly urged to have their work for sale - listed price should include 70% for the artist and 30% commission for SLC Arts. 
  • Artists who do not wish to sell their work must still provide an estimate of value for insurance purposes.

SLC Arts Call For Artwork:  “Action in the Kitchen (My Favorite Holiday Dish)” Exhibition 


SLC Arts invites artists to submit artwork for their 2024 Town Hall exhibit, "Action in the Kitchen (My Favorite Holiday Dish)!" Embrace the chaos and creativity that comes with holiday cooking! We are asking for submissions of any 2D medium relating to themes including but not limited to holiday cooking; favorite dishes, recipes, traditions in the kitchen. The submission deadline is Saturday, December 7th, 11:59 pm. Please submit online through https://slcartscouncil.org/exhibits/ 


This exhibit is curated by Sharon H.J. Cheng, an artist working with SLC Arts through the Creatives Rebuild New York grant program. Sharon has put together a series of Town Hall exhibits with the intention of offering a more accessible exhibit series for our creative community. 


Artwork may be created using any 2D medium. Framing, matting, etc is not required as SLC Arts plans to handle installation as a way to make this exhibit more accessible to the community. If artists would like to submit pieces that are framed, etc, please closely follow these size guidelines: Photos should be printed to 5 x 7”; Unframed paper and other 2D media should be no larger than 8 x 10”; Frames, canvas, or other non-paper surfaces should be no larger than 20 x 24” and must be fit with hanging hardware. There is no jury fee required for this exhibit. 


The opening reception for this exhibit will be held on Thursday, December 19th at 5pm at the Potsdam Town Hall. Attendance is not mandatory but strongly encouraged. Artists will be given the opportunity to discuss their work. If you have any questions regarding this exhibit, please contact Kat Dinneen at kat@slcartscouncil.org.  


SLC Arts manages all sales, collects sales tax and shipping fees (if applicable), and covers credit card fees. The artist will receive a commission of 70% of the sale price. 


Submission criteria:


  • Each entrant may submit 1-5 works to be juried. Accepted works must be brought to SLC Arts by Monday, December 16, 2023
  • Artwork submitted may have been created at any time; there is no restriction on date of creation. 
  • Photographs should be printed to 5 x 7”; Unframed paper and other 2D media should be no larger than 8 x 10”; Frames, canvas, or other non-paper surfaces should be no larger than 20 x 24” and must be fit with hanging hardware. 
  • Artists must include Title of Work, Year of Work, Artists' Name, Medium, and Total Sale Price (that the customer will pay). 
  • Artists strongly urged to have their work for sale - listed price should include 70% for the artist and 30% commission for SLC Arts. 
  • Artists who do not wish to sell their work must still provide an estimate of value for insurance purposes.

SLC Arts Call For Artwork:  “Happy Time” Exhibition 


SLC Arts invites artists to submit artwork for their 2024 Town Hall exhibit, "Happy Time!" Everyone’s definition of happiness is different…what makes YOU happy? We are asking for submissions of any 2D medium relating to themes including but not limited to personal happiness, expressions of joy, and gratitude. The submission deadline is March 9th, 11:59 pm. Please submit online through https://slcartscouncil.org/exhibits/ 


This exhibit is curated by Sharon H.J. Cheng, an artist working with SLC Arts through the Creatives Rebuild New York grant program. Sharon has put together a series of Town Hall exhibits with the intention of offering a more accessible exhibit series for our creative community. 


Artwork may be created using any 2D medium. Framing, matting, etc is not required as SLC Arts plans to handle installation as a way to make this exhibit more accessible to the community. If artists would like to submit pieces that are framed, etc, please closely follow these size guidelines: Photos should be printed to 5 x 7”; Unframed paper and other 2D media should be no larger than 8 x 10”; Frames, canvas, or other non-paper surfaces should be no larger than 20 x 24” and must be fit with hanging hardware. There is no jury fee required for this exhibit. 


The opening reception for this exhibit will be held on Thursday, March 21st at 5pm at the Potsdam Town Hall. Attendance is not mandatory but strongly encouraged. Artists will be given the opportunity to discuss their work. If you have any questions regarding this exhibit, please contact Kat Dinneen at kat@slcartscouncil.org.  


SLC Arts manages all sales, collects sales tax and shipping fees (if applicable), and covers credit card fees. The artist will receive a commission of 70% of the sale price. 


Submission criteria:

  • Each entrant may submit 1-5 works to be juried. Accepted works must be brought to SLC Arts by Monday, March 18, 2023
  • Artwork submitted may have been created at any time; there is no restriction on date of creation. 
  • Photographs should be printed to 5 x 7”; Unframed paper and other 2D media should be no larger than 8 x 10”; Frames, canvas, or other non-paper surfaces should be no larger than 20 x 24” and must be fit with hanging hardware. 
  • Artists must include Title of Work, Year of Work, Artists' Name, Medium, and Total Sale Price (that the customer will pay). 
  • Artists strongly urged to have their work for sale - listed price should include 70% for the artist and 30% commission for SLC Arts. 
  • Artists who do not wish to sell their work must still provide an estimate of value for insurance purposes.
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Please submit one poem or one visual art image that is eligible for printing on our SLC Arts 2024 Broadside series. Poem should not exceed one page. Art should be a printable image. The January theme is "Beginnings" take that as you will!

$3.00

Please submit one poem or one visual art image that is eligible for printing on our SLC Arts 2024 Broadside series. Poem should not exceed one page. Art should be a printable image. The January theme is "Beginnings" take that as you will!

$3.00

Please submit one poem or one visual art image that is eligible for printing on our SLC Arts 2024 Broadside series. Poem should not exceed one page. Art should be a printable image. The January theme is "Beginnings" take that as you will!

$3.00

Please submit one poem or one visual art image that is eligible for printing on our SLC Arts 2024 Broadside series. Poem should not exceed one page. Art should be a printable image. The January theme is "Beginnings" take that as you will!

$3.00

Please submit one poem or one visual art image that is eligible for printing on our SLC Arts 2024 Broadside series. Poem should not exceed one page. Art should be a printable image. The January theme is "Beginnings" take that as you will!

$3.00

Please submit one poem or one visual art image that is eligible for printing on our SLC Arts 2024 Broadside series. Poem should not exceed one page. Art should be a printable image. The January theme is "Beginnings" take that as you will!

$3.00

Please submit one poem or one visual art image that is eligible for printing on our SLC Arts 2024 Broadside series. Poem should not exceed one page. Art should be a printable image. The January theme is "Beginnings" take that as you will!

$3.00

Please submit one poem or one visual art image that is eligible for printing on our SLC Arts 2024 Broadside series. Poem should not exceed one page. Art should be a printable image. The January theme is "Beginnings" take that as you will!

$3.00

Please submit one poem or one visual art image that is eligible for printing on our SLC Arts 2024 Broadside series. Poem should not exceed one page. Art should be a printable image. The January theme is "Beginnings" take that as you will!

$3.00

Please submit one poem or one visual art image that is eligible for printing on our SLC Arts 2024 Broadside series. Poem should not exceed one page. Art should be a printable image. The January theme is "Beginnings" take that as you will!

Please use this form to submit event advertising for the SLC Arts email newsletter.

*Note: By submitting this form, your advertisement is not guaranteed to be shown in the SLC Arts newsletter. SLC Arts reserves the right to decline submissions that are offensive or inappropriate to the general public.

Creative Spirit Volunteer Store Associate 

Up to 30 hours available weekly 

This unpaid volunteer position is available to anyone interested in serving their community, spending time engaged in the arts, or looking to gain experience in a retail setting. Volunteer hours are on-site but can be flexible enough to be worked around a job or class schedule. Availability for 4-6 hour time blocks is preferred. Internship credit may be available to eligible students upon advance request. 

Description: The Creative Spirit Volunteer Store Associate will assist the SLC Arts staff with tasks revolving around the store and programs. Our volunteers are an essential component of running daily operations and allow staff to continue applying focus on our organizational growth and development. Projects and duties may include: 

  • Store: enter new inventory into Shopify Point of Sale (POS) system, accurately barcode artwork, greet customers and handle sales, maintain general store cleanliness, and answering the phone 
  • Display: arrange store and window displays, switch displays monthly to have a fresh store appearance, and prepare space for new inventory arrivals
  • Programs: assist in preparation and clean up for community programs
  • Marketing: distribute marketing materials and fliers around town, update chalk sign 

Successful applicants will be comfortable using an iPad, handling cash and card transactions, communicating clearly in person and on the phone, and demonstrate a professional and welcoming attitude. Retail experience is not required, and ample training will be available. SLC Arts strives to provide an accessible volunteer environment; please reach out to us if you have specific accessibility requirements. 

SLC Arts is a nonprofit organization that strives to provide Local Art for Everyone by connecting community members and arts organizers with local, contemporary artists and fostering community partnerships to serve underserved populations. SLC Arts is located in Potsdam, NY, and primarily serves St. Lawrence County in New York State, offering exhibits, classes, performances, art sales, and organizing community festivals and cultural events. In St. Lawrence, Jefferson, and Lewis Counties, SLC Arts distributes state grant funding for community arts programming and offers consultation to organizations. Please visitwww.slcartscouncil.org.

SLC Arts Call for Artists - 2023 Solo Exhibition Opportunity
Ogdensburg International Airport


About


SLC Arts is accepting submissions for their second series of solo exhibition shows held at the Ogdensburg International Airport in 2024. Each show will feature an individual artist and will provide the opportunity to exhibit their work in the North Country. The deadline for submission is Sunday, October 22, 2023.


Through a juried process, artists will be selected for up to one of the six available solo exhibitions throughout 2024. Accepted artists will have their work on display for two months in a seated waiting area inside the airport. Artists may submit for multiple show dates, but selection is limited to one show per artist. 


There is a jury fee of $30. All sales will be handled by the artist with no commission to SLC Arts. Artists will be asked to provide their own installation materials and labels, and will be responsible for installing and taking down their artwork within the dates provided by SLC Arts. 


Solo Show Dates


  • 1st Solo- Monday, January 8, 2024- Friday, March 8, 2024
  • 2nd Solo- Monday, March 18, 2024 - Friday, May 3, 2024
  • 3rd Solo- Monday, May 13, 2024 - Friday, July 5, 2024
  • 4th Solo- Monday, July 15, 2024 - Friday, September 6, 2024
  • 5th Solo- Monday, September 16, 2024 - Friday, November 8, 2024
  • 6th Solo- Monday, November 18, 2024 - Friday, January 10, 2025



Measurements of the Gallery Area
 

  • Distance from floor to ceiling: 10’
  • Length of railing for hanging artwork from: 15.5’
  • Distance from railing to floor: 91” 
  • Distance from railing to top of benching: 6’2”



Eligibility
 

  • Artists must be a resident of St. Lawrence County
  • Artists have sole discretion in choosing final work to exhibit
  • Work of any medium or theme can be exhibited 
  • Artwork must be original work created by the artist 
  • Artists must not have had a solo exhibition through SLC Arts within the last 12 months 
  • Artists must provide installation hardware, wire, fishing line, specialty mounts, or any materials required to hang artwork from the gallery railing 
  • Artists must provide all work suitably presented and ready to install 
  • Artists are responsible for installing work during the timeframe provided by SLC Arts in coordination with the Airport. SLC Arts may offer assistance with installation if notified and coordinated in advance 
  • Artists are responsible for handling any sales of artwork in their solo show 
  • Artists will have sole use of the gallery space for the assigned solo show 



Submissions will remain open until each show has been filled. If you have any questions, please email arts@slcartscouncil.org.

 

SLC Arts plans to expand their educational programs in 2023, offering more class workshops, developing longer-session classes, and creating new opportunities for our community to engage and strengthen their creative skills. As a part of their new, accessible pricing model for classes, the organization has set a standard Guest Instructor rate at $30 per instructional hour, and SLC Arts will purchase all required materials. 


We want to hear what ideas our community has for teaching a class, workshop, or hosting a demonstration. Proposals may include a class you have taught before, or a new class idea. If you have more than one class proposal, please fill out an additional submission form per proposal or contact lacy@slcartscouncil.org. 


Please note, submitting a class proposal does not automatically guarantee that class will be selected to schedule. If your proposal is accepted, our Arts Center Manager will reach out to coordinate plans and scheduling. Please be prepared to submit a completed W9 form and sign a SLC Arts Guest Instructor Letter of Agreement upon request. 

For the purpose of creating small workshop groups, please fill out this form. Everyone is welcome, and no one will be turned away. We will create groups will similar goals and interests. Please submit up to two pages of work samples in your genre. 

This unpaid internship is intended to result in academic credits earned towards a degree through a partnership with the applicant's college or university. Applicants should speak with their academic advisor about the process for registering for an internship through their college or university. Internship hours are onsite but can be flexible enough to be worked in around a job or class schedule. Some nights and weekends may be required. Students may work anywhere between 8 and 32 hours per week for this internship.

Description: The intern will assist the Executive Director with program and event planning and implementation for the current and upcoming seasons. The primary objective of the internship is to complement the student's academic studies with professional work experience, and SLC Arts is committed to our interns' intellectual and cultural development. 

Successful applicants will be comfortable using computers for a wide range of tasks and writing for a public audience, communicate clearly in person and through email, and demonstrate consistently professional conduct in on-line interactions including utilizing social media etiquette. Basic spreadsheet experience required. 

 To apply: Submit the following application materials:

  1. Resume
  2. Cover Letter
  3. List of 3 professional references
  4.  (recommended)  Please choose one of the following application projects to submit with your application:
  • Create a planning document for holding a social party at your (or your parent’s) house. You choose the format.
  • Create a directory of all of the college professors you’ve had thus far to help potential incoming students get to know professors. You choose the format.

SLC Arts is a nonprofit organization that strives to provide Local Art for Everyone by connecting community members and arts organizers with local, contemporary artists and fostering community partnerships to serve underserved populations. SLC Arts in located in Potsdam, NY and primarily serves St. Lawrence County in New York State, offering exhibits, classes, publications, rentable workspace, and organizing community festivals and cultural events. In Jefferson and Lewis Counties, SLC Arts distributes state grant funding for community arts programming and offers consulting support to organizations. Please visit www.slcartscouncil.org.

*To apply, you must create an account; it's easy and it's free.

  • Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence Counties | NY
  • $300 - $5,000 grants to artists or organizations for K-12 In-School Projects, as well as After-School or Community-Based Learning.   
  • Free informational workshops September - November, 2022.  For projects taking place January - December, 2023.   
  • Application Deadline: Thursday, December 15, 2022, 4:00pm.  We recommend that you submit early, in case of unforeseen circumstances.
  • BEFORE Submitting: Please read the complete GUIDELINES for this grant.   
  • Questions about the grant?  Please contact Grant Coordinator, Alicia Murphy, at grants@slcartscouncil.org.  
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  • “Made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by the St. Lawrence County Arts Council.”
  • Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence Counties | NY
  • $1,000 - $2,500  grants to individual artists for creation of new work that engages a segment of the community through a public program, such as a public exhibition or performance, and/or the inclusion of community involvement in the project’s development and creative process.  
  • Free informational workshops September - November, 2022.  For projects taking place January - December, 2023.  
  • Application deadline: Thursday, December 15, 2022, 4:00pm.  We recommend that you submit early, in case of unforeseen circumstances.
  • BEFORE Submitting: Please read the complete GUIDELINES for this grant.   
  • Questions about the grant?  Contact Grant Coordinator, Alicia Murphy, at grants@slcartscouncil.org.
  • Technical questions about Submittable.com?  Please click the "Help" button at the bottom of the page.    *You must create a user account to submit an entry; it's easy and free. Draft copies of your application can be saved for 21 days after your last saved copy.
  • “Made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by the St. Lawrence County Arts Council.”

SLC Arts accepts nominations (including self-nominations) for art jurors who are willing to volunteer for a one-time task.

If selected, art jurors will be asked to evaluate and rate images of two- and three-dimensional artwork by regional artists submitted for consideration to SLC Arts.


Potential jurors should:

  • be arts professionals or have a broad understanding of the arts in general (for example, a knowledge of 2D & 3D visual art forms; a working artist with experience participating in shows; experience with community based visual art and cultural diversity);
  • have the ability to evaluate other people's work and make comparisons;
  • be able to articulate their opinions and be open to the ideas of others; and
  • have experience in group decision making.


To nominate someone, please complete this form.


*You must create a user account to submit an entry; it's easy and free.

Panel nominees should:

  • be reliable,
  • have a commitment to the arts, 
  • be able to articulate their opinions and be open to the ideas of others,
  • be comfortable with group decision making,
  • have a knowledge of Northern New York communities, and
  • expertise in an artistic discipline, arts administration, community arts programming, community development, or financial expertise.  

SLC Arts strives to appoint panels which are diverse in terms of ethnicity, gender, age, culture, geographic representation*, and artistic focus.  Because of the need to form well-balanced panels, we may not be able to consider all the qualified people who are nominated. However, it is very helpful to have a pool of candidates for future years. Thank you for your assistance in this process!

*At this time we are especially seeking potential panelists from Jefferson or Lewis counties.

To nominate someone, please complete this form. You may self-nominate.

*You must create a user account to submit an entry; it's easy and free.

Please complete and submit this form within 30 days of the completion of your project, no later than December 15, 2022. Failure to submit this report may render you  ineligible for future funding.

The final report is intended to verify that you have:

  • Used all grant monies exclusively on the project as described in the grant application budget
  • Prominently credited SLC Arts and the New York State Council on the  Arts Decentralization Program on all publicity, advertisements, and  acknowledgements related to the project
  • Informed SLC Arts of any  changes in the project as originally described in the grant application  immediately upon making decisions that would affect the project

 
Questions about content?  Contact Grant Coordinator, Alicia Murphy at grants@slcartscouncil.org.
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Made possible with funds from the State Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts,  with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, and administered by SLC Arts.

Please complete and submit this form within 30 days of the completion of your project, no later than December 31, 2023. Failure to submit this report may render you  ineligible for future funding. The final report is intended to verify that you have:

  • Used all grant monies exclusively on the project as described in the grant application budget
  • Prominently credited SLC Arts and the New York State Council on the  Arts Statewide Community Regrants Program on all publicity, advertisements, and  acknowledgements related to the project
  • Informed SLC Arts of any  changes in the project as originally described in the grant application immediately upon making decisions that would affect the project

 Questions about content?  Contact Grant Coordinator, Alicia Murphy at grants@slcartscouncil.org. 

Technical questions about Submittable.com?  Please click the "Help" button at the bottom of the page.      

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Made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, and administered by SLC Arts.

Each year the St. Lawrence County Arts Council recognizes someone in the North Country for their dedicated service to the Arts in our region. 

These individuals don't have to be artists themselves, but their passion, devotion, and work may have made the North Country a better place for artists to live, work, and create.

To nominate someone for this award, please complete this form. Nominations will be considered by SLC Arts' Board of Directors.


*You must create a user account to submit an entry; it's easy and free.

St. Lawrence County Arts Council