Arts Mid-Hudson Community Galleries

June 11, 2019

Arts Mid-Hudson curates community art exhibits in office buildings, restaurants, and other venues. This is a great opportunity for artists to display and sell their work, and we invite all artists to submit artworks. This opportunity to available to members of Arts Mid-Hudson. Not a member? Click here to check out membership and other benefits.
Additional considerations:
  • Work must be suitable for the gallery
  • All visual artistic mediums are eligible, 2-D and 3-D
  • Artists are responsible for delivering/shipping work to specified locations and installation/takedown.
  • Arts Mid-Hudson will take every caution with the artwork, however, artists must provide their own insurance if desired.
  • Arts Mid-Hudson commission on work sold as a result of the exhibition will be 25%.
  • This is a rolling review process with no deadline.
Please submit your work using this online application:
Questions? Please contact Lilia:

May 2019 Artist Opportunities

May 28, 2019


  • Arts Mid-Hudson Community Gallery
  • Athens Laundry, Art and Literary Series
  • Raising HOPE
  • Drawn That Way
  • Impressions of Life – a Black and White Photography Call
  • Collaborative Concepts
  • Woodstock Guitar Sculpture
  • Espouse Freak: an Upstate Zine
  • Authors Guild Call for Authors


  • Ceramic Internship – Women’s Studio Workshop
  • A. Eric Arctander Grant
  • Albert Wisner Public Library STEAM Artist in Residence Program


  • Pinot’s Palette – Artist
  • La Voz – Bilingual Media Fellow
  • Maverick Concerts – Facilities Maintenance Manager
  • Center 4 Creative Education – Teaching Artists


  • Art Centro/Mid-Hudson Heritage Center
  • Arts Mid-Hudson Workshops
  • Workshops & Classes at Ballet Arts Studio
  • Workshops at Fay Woods Studio
  • Art Lessons with Leslie Bender
  • R&F Paints
  • Woodstock School of Art Classes

Housing for Artists

May 24, 2019

Artists! Applications now being taken for the West End Lofts. BMR rate loft apartments for Artists that qualify.

Application due June 14.

April 2019 Artist Opportunities

May 2, 2019


  • Arts Mid-Hudson Community Gallery
  • Athens Laundry, Art and Literary Series
  • One Act Play Submissions
  • Poughkeepsie Open Studios
  • Fall for Art
  • Evening by Fall Kill
  • Composed to Decompose
  • Rosendale Gallery
  • Flight
  • 2019 A T&T Short Film Competition
  • 2019 A T&T Short Film Competition
  • Audition – “Moonlight and Magnolias”
  • Union Vale Paint & Sip
  • Celebrating Color
  • Raising HOPE
  • Drawn That Way


$5,000 Grant from Humanities of New York to Support Mixed Status

The Arts Mid-Hudson Folk Arts Program researches and presents the arts and traditions that form our diverse communities’ cultural heritage. Through educational public programs, the Folk Arts Program interprets the traditions of ethnic, occupational, and religious groups in the Mid-Hudson region. The program is open to suggestions about how to assist in celebrating your community’s heritage. The Arts Mid-Hudson Folk Arts Program has received a $5,000 Action Grant from Humanities New York to support programming for Mixed Status, a 3-month multi-media multi-site series of exhibitions and programs facilitating exploration of the social spaces of marginalized status in American culture.

They will explore marginalized statuses with undocumented persons, the LGTBQ community, and the immigrant community as well as statuses related to race, gender, and sexual identity. Through the mediums of music, art, poetry, food, storytelling, and discussion, they will investigate what these spaces look like, how we live within and negotiate between these spaces, along with the normalized statuses that marginalized communities simultaneously reject and desire.

This ambitious project will run from July to September 2019 at three venues in Kingston, New York: Kingston City Hall (City Hall), the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center (LGBTQ Center), and The Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History (Reher Center). Kingston City Hall will host a three-month exhibition of photographic work by Alex Pacheco, featuring images of his family’s life between Kingston and Puebla, Mexico. The LGBTQ Center will host a group show of LGBTQ artists tentatively titled “The Spaces Between,” featuring work in a variety of mediums from photography to painting to found object art related to gender and sexuality.

Eric Arctander Grant for 2019

April 17, 2019

Collaborative Concepts in conjunction with the Putnam Arts Council, is again offering the A. Eric Arctander Grant for 2019. Visual artists, 25 to 45, who are full time residents of either Dutchess, Westchester or Putnam Counties in New York State, are eligible to apply. The grant is for $1,000.00.

Access the grant requirements and submission form here

Our 2018 winner was Stefanie Wolfson, from Westchester County. A sample of her work can be seen on the Artist Grants page. The grant is awarded each year based on the collective work submitted by the artist and also the variety of media and subject matter representing his or her work. The award winning artwork of previous years’ prize winners can be also been seen on the same page. Our deadline to apply this year is July 15, 2019

Arts Mid-Hudson is Now Accepting Nominations for the 33rd Annual Dutchess County Executive’s Arts Awards

April 16, 2019

Do you know someone in the Dutchess County community who does good work in or for the Arts? Do you know an outstanding Dutchess County arts organization or business that supports the arts?

Arts Mid-Hudson is requesting nominations from Dutchess County residents and businesses for the 33rd Annual Dutchess County Executive’s Arts Awards. (more…)

BeaconArts Member Show

April 2, 2019

July 13 – August 4, 2019

Hudson Beach Gallery, Beacon, NY

Curated by Karlyn Benson and Theresa Gooby

Artwork submission dates: April 15 – May 24, 2019

Submission Guidelines

  • The exhibition is open to anyone who is a current BeaconArts member
  • All mediums will be accepted: painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, video, ceramics, fiber art, etc.
  • Artists may submit 1-3 works each; 1 work by each artist will be selected for the show
  • Space is limited. Artwork should be smaller than 40″ in order to accommodate everyone
  • Submit your work by email to
  • The email should include your name, email, phone number and a list of works submitted in this format: artist name, title, date, medium, dimensions, price (if for sale).
  • Images should be JPGS less than 1 MB each

If you would like to participate, but are not a member or need to renew, please click here to join today.

Please feel free to contact us at if you have any questions.