More Artist Opportunities/Events


The Gallery at 3rd Ward is now accepting submissions for a photography show.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: Please mail or deliver 8-15 examples of your
work in the following formats.
- JPEG or TIFF files on CD-ROM
- All work and CD-ROMS must be labeled with the artist's name and contact info
- Unmounted/unframed prints should be 11x 14 or smaller
- Include a CV, Artist Statement, image list and estimated price list.

Application fee is $10 (free for members of 3rd Ward) Include a check,
money order (made payable to 3rd Ward) or your 3rd Ward Member ID

You may provide a SASE, though we do not guarantee that materials will
be returned. Do not send original work
All works chosen for the show must be ready to hang.

Submission deadline: July 15th at Noon

Send all materials to:
3rd Ward
Photo Show
195 Morgan Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11237

For more information - Email
She Shootin'! Aw, Made You Look...
Works by Six Women Photographers

Opening Reception: August 6, 2006, 4-8pm
Works on View: July 29 - August 26, 2006

The Gallery @ Harriet's Alter Ego
293 Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn, New York 11217
(718) 783-2074

Six of Brooklyn's emerging women photographers invite us into their worlds through glimpses into their growing bodies of work. From candid portraiture to guerrilla documentary and street photography, the images included in She Shootin' marks personal stations of these women's photographic journeys.

The women of She Shootin' have varied approaches and histories with the medium of photography:

Inspired by myriad themes, She Shootin' are offerings in frames that are exposures of these women's souls.

For more information please contact 718-783-2074 or
Looking for a space to show your work?

C:U is launching a new subsidized rehearsal
annd performance space program. Please check out the guidelines for

We have a limited # of weeks in the 2006-2007 season, so please apply
early and we hope to see your show on our stage. Please forward your
inquiries to

We are also looking to fill internship positions for the fall in
booking/programming, marketing, development and technical theater. If
you know young folks who want theater experience tell 'em to give us
a shout at

Visit here for details on internships, work-exchange and
volunteering at C:U

The Museum of TV & Radio and Studio IMC invite you to a reception with the

I have personally worked with Studio IMC and it is some impressive work.

Beyond TV: New Media Art from Studio IMC
An Interactive Gallery Exhibit in the Spielberg Gallery
June 2 to August 31, 2006

Reception with the Artists
Thursday, July 20
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
The Museum of Television & Radio
25 West 52 Street, New York City

From immersive environments similar to the Holodeck on Star Trek:
TNG to singing kinectic sculptures and video art-as-toy, this
exhibit envisions the future of group entertainment and
collaboration and demonstrates what's waiting for us beyond TV.

Come interact with the installations and meet the artists who
created them.

No rsvp-please print this invite as your ticket.
Call 212.621.6800 for more information or visit: and