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Call For Submissions
A Group Show at
Hudson Guild Gallery

Hudson Guild Gallery is presenting an art exhibit called Vacation Ideas in conjunction with Hudson Guild Theatre Company’s upcoming world premiere of Lake by Frank D. Gilroy – a play set in a summer lake community in northern New Jersey.

Vacation Ideas will be a group show which explores the wide variety of ways that people choose to experience leisure activities as a break from day to day routines – in both country and urban settings.

Work relating to the theme may be submitted in any of the following media: painting, drawing, printmaking, collage or photography. Interested artists should submit up to 5 JPEG images of work, along with information about the sizes and mediums, by January 19, 2018 to Jim Furlong,

Artists will be informed by January 24 if their work has been accepted for the exhibit.

The exhibit will be on display from March 1 through April 11.

Work must be delivered ready to hang on
Monday, February 26 between 4:00 PM and 6:30 PM.

The opening reception will be on Thursday, March 1 from 6:00 to 7:30 PM.

Work must be picked up on Monday, April 13 between 4:00 PM and 6:30 PM.

Hudson Guild, a community center in Chelsea which opened in 1895, provides a wide range of services to people of all ages. The Guild’s Arts programs have proven successful in helping to build a stronger community by bringing together people from diverse backgrounds to explore their mutual interest in the arts.

Hudson Guild Gallery, which opened in 1948, offers different ways for participants to explore the visual arts, especially viewers from underserved populations—including those living in the public housing developments in which the Guild is located, as well as people who participate in the Guild’s mental health, youth and senior programs.

Exhibits of work by professionally trained artists expose viewers to an eclectic range of styles, forms and themes. Guided tours throughout the year serve to educate viewers of all ages about contemporary visual art, fostering dialogue about the variety of ways in which artists express their ideas. Over 2000 people visit the Guild’s two gallery spaces every year.

For more information, contact Jim Furlong at 212-760-9837,
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