Guidelines for Visual and Performing Arts
The Visual Arts Program at Wave Hill presents the work of contemporary artists who explore the dynamic relationship between nature, culture and site through exhibitions in Glyndor Gallery and the Sunroom Project Space, and through the Winter Workspace Program and generated@wavehill. Artists may apply online to General Opportunities and the Sunroom Project Space. Program descriptions and selection processes are listed below.
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We are currently accepting applications for the Sunroom Project Space. Please see description and link below to apply.
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The Sunroom Project Space is a venue for New York-area emerging artists to develop a new body of work or site-specific project as a solo exhibition in one of the two windowed sunrooms in Wave Hill’s Glyndor House. Five artists will be selected for six-week solo exhibitions from April to November 2018. Work in all media will be considered and artists are encouraged to respond to and engage with this unique space. A stipend and exhibition support is provided. Artists apply online and must submit an artist statement, résumé, work samples and a preliminary concept. This opportunity is open to emerging artists who live within a 50-mile radius of the Bronx, and have a record of solid achievement and potential, and who are not represented by a commercial gallery, not a student, and have not previously shown at Wave Hill.
Artists may submit their proposals for consideration through this online application . A jury composed of staff and outside curators, as well as a previous Sunroom artist, will convene to review submissions and select artists for the 2018 Sunroom Project Space season.
DEADLINE HAS PASSED. Applications will be accepted in fall 2017
Check back in October for guidelines
Curators identify artists for Glyndor Gallery, the Winter Workspace Program and generated@wavehill in different ways. Artists may submit their work for consideration for future opportunities through an online application. Curators review submissions and contact all artists within three months after deadline.
Two or three thematic group exhibitions are curated for the spring, summer and fall in Wave Hill’s Glyndor House. Artworks are borrowed or new works are created for exhibition. The gallery occupies three rooms and other ancillary spaces on the main floor of the Georgian Revival house. Exhibitions generally combine painting, sculpture, works on paper, installation, photography and some video. The rooms are flexible with excellent natural light, but cannot be fully darkened.
Winter Workspace Program
From January to March, the galleries are turned over to artists to use as studios for six-week sessions. We encourage artists who are interested in studying our plant collection and responding to the natural setting. Artists have an opportunity to share their practice with visitors through participatory workshops. This program is open to artists living in New York State and offers workspace, not living space. A nomination process is used to select artists for this program that includes artists who submit through General Opportunities.
Curators invite an artist to create a temporal project for the site through this program.
Wave Hill has a rich tradition of performing arts indoors and out. We accept unsolicited submissions in the form of an email with links to websites and audio and video samples. Interested artists may write to performing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to the high number of submissions we receive, we respond only to those artists whose work fits the programs being planned. Performance possibilties include:
- An indoor concert series in Armor Hall with presentations from October through April. The focus is traditional chamber music, jazz, and performances for families. Artists with projects that address the natural world are encouraged to apply.
- "Sunset Wednesdays" is a series that includes outdoor evening concerts each summer, focused on the musical cultures of the Bronx.
- Occasional site-specific outdoor dance performances take place with choreography that responds to the natural setting of the gardens.
- Musicians may be engaged for special programs and events.