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winter 2002

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Visual AIDS Grants and Opportunities
For more information, please contact individual galleries or programs listed below.

ARTIST IN THE MARKETPLACE, The Bronx Museum of the Arts. The AIM program provides training, encouragement and a venue for exhibition to emerging visual artists from the New York metropolitan area.

For an application, contact:

The Bronx Museum of the Arts
1040 Grand Concourse
Bronx, New York 10456
718.681.6000 or Visual AIDS

Deadline: January 15, 2002.

LAKE GEORGE ARTS PROJECT, artists are invited to submit 10-12 slides of recent work for exhibition consideration.

Send slides, proposals, resume, artist's statement and SASE to:

Gallery Committee
Lake George Arts Project
Courthouse Gallery
310 Canada St.
Lake George, NY 12845

Deadline: January 31, 2002.


"Beyond Words/Photography Now" an exhibit that questions If the unthinkable, the unknowable happens, what do you -- as a photographer -- do? Juror Debra Singer, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art at the Whitney Museum.

Deadline: February 1, 2002.

ALSO "Once Upon a Time", an exhibit that will showcase work by artists whose lives have been abruptly impacted by sudden change (illness, death, abuse, despair, trauma...) Curated by Colleen Kenyon, Executive Director, CPW.

For more info on either submission, please contact:

The Center for Photography at Woodstock
59 Tinker St.
Woodstock, NY 12498
845.679.9957 / /

Deadline: June 1, 2002.

ALJIRA EMERGE, artist development program designed to provide practical and timely career advice for emerging artists. Seminar includes professional preparation, exhibition opportunities, grant writing, financial and legal issues, etc.

For an application, contact:

Emerge 2002
P.O. Box 7506
Newark, NJ 07107
973.643.9877 / or Visual AIDS

Deadline: February 11, 2002.

IN THE PUBLIC REALM, is an opportunity for emerging New York artists to undertake the challenge of creating work for a public space.

For more info contact:

Public Art Fund
One East 53rd St. 11th Fl.
NYC, NY 10022

Deadline: February 15, 2002.

LOWER EAST SIDE TENEMENT MUSEUM, request proposals for art installations examining the garment industry in historical perspective.

For info contact:

Lower East Side Tenement Museum
66 Allen St. 3rd Fl.
NYC, NY 10002

Deadline: February 28, 2002.

NEW ARTS PROGRAM SALON OF SMALL WORKS, over 100 artists -- one current work exhibited per artist. No fee.

For more info contact:

173 W. Main St.
Kutstown, PA
610.683.6440 /

Deadline: April 1, 2002.

THE LAB, call for submissions for new works by emerging and under-recognized mid-career artists. Of interest is work that crosses boundaries, material, cultural or presentational, and encourages new artistic and social dialogue between artist and audience.

For more info, contact:

2948 16th St.
San Francisco, CA 94103

Deadline: OPEN

For more artists opportunities visit or subscribe free to FYI Newsletter by calling 212.366.6900.

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Visual AIDS Visual AIDS Resource Library
Visual AIDS is creating a resource library containing information on:

Grants, Exhibition Opportunities, Galleries & Non-Profit Spaces, Residencies, Slide Registries, Career Development Programs, Resume & Artist Statement Guidelines, etc.

All archive members are welcome to use these resources at any time.

Please contact us for further information.

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Visual AIDS

January's Web Gallery

was curated by George Kimmerling.

It features the work of artists:
Stephen Andrews, Jimmy DeSana, Max Greenberg, Sunil Gupta, Michael Harwood, Nelson Rodriguez, Ferenc Suto, Richard Treitner, and Albert Winn.

December's Web Gallery

was curated by Peter Cramer and Jack Waters.

It featured artist members:
Copy Berg, Bern Boyle, Brian Buczak, Valerie Caris, Jimmy DeSana, Arnold Fern, Max Greenberg, Donna Haggerty, John Lesnick, Luna Luis Ortiz, Sam Orwen, Mike Parker, James Reich, Juan Sanchez, Hugh Steers, Ferenc Suto, JD Talasek, Becky Trotter, Tseng Kwong Chi, Bruce Wm Witsiepe and Yolanda.

November's Web Gallery

was curated by Carlos Molina of SIDAahora.

Featured artist members:
Robert Blanchon, Freddy B Borges, Scott Burton, Mark Carter, Martin Freeman, Rubin Gonzalez, Daniel Gray, Jonathan Leiter, Michael Ransom, J. Robert Reed, Kurt Reynolds, Eric Rhein, Geoff Schmit, Clifford Smith, Richard Treitner and Jerome Walker.

Web shows are featured for one month and then are available for viewing in the past exhibition archive. To view past exhibits, click here.

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