If you are a professional artist and you would like your work to be considered by professional curators, included in an upcoming exhibition, or would like to work with families in the Family Art Project, the following opportunities are now available and open for application.
The curators identify artists for Glyndor Gallery, Wave Hill House, the Winter Workspace Program and generated@wavehill in many different ways. Artists may submit their work for consideration for future opportunities and are strongly encouraged to visit before submitting. Applications are only accepted through our online application portal, and not by email or post. Submissions will be reviewed within three months after the deadline. Artists should expect to receive a response in March.
Our popular yearly portfolio review returns on November 1. Meet individually with a curator, gallerist or critic for a 20-minute session. These sessions fill up very quickly.
The Family Art Project is pleased to accept proposals for Visiting Artists to develop and lead weekend, nature-based art workshops for families. Visiting Artists will work in close collaboration with the Family Art Project Leader to plan and facilitate the project and ensure its suitability for our family audience. We are seeking proposals with seasonal, environmental, or ecological themes, and/or communal programs that educate through group collaborations or outdoor experiences. Visiting Artists typically lead the project for the duration of the weekend (10 AM–1PM on both Saturday and Sunday), alongside the FAP team of educators, interns and volunteers. The average attendance for each weekend is between 100 and 400 people. An honorarium will be provided.