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The Connecticut Small Business Boost Fund gives small business owners access to flexible funding for capital expenditures and working capital and connects them with support services. It’s a personal, equitable approach to lending, because business owners are more than just numbers on a spreadsheet.
Small businesses and nonprofits can borrow between $5,000 and $500,000 depending on eligibility and need, and can choose how they spend the money — on equipment, payroll, utilities & rent, supplies, marketing & advertising, eligible refinancing, building renovations and other expenses.--- More information can be found here
Deadline August 14th
Spruceton Inn Artist Residency
Artist Residents will receive a no-cost, 5-night stay in one of our Kitchenette rooms during the first two weeks of November. (Nov 1-6 or 8-13. Your particular date will be sorted when you are notified of your acceptance.) Plenty of time and space to get into a creative groove on your own, plenty of time and space to connect with other Artists too
Deadline August 15th
The KNOWNpreneurs Growth Lab
A free 16-week mentorship & training cohort for BIPOC-owned businesses in Connecticut. The KNOWNpreneurs Growth Lab program is designed to specifically support Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) owned businesses. As such, the program curriculum and mentors have been chosen to effectively help grow BIPOC-owned businesses in the Greater New Haven area
Auditions held on August 17th & 24th
NEW HAVEN ORATORIO CHOIR AUDITION CALL
Auditions are now open for the 2022-2023 season! We invite singers of all voice parts (SATB) to audition for a position in the choir on August 17 or 24, or by appointment. Auditions consist of meeting with our Artistic Director, doing some general vocalizing and performing a 1-2 minute unaccompanied selection of your choice. The actual song can be anything; it does not have to be a classical solo!
--Learn more here
Deadline August 26th
Arte Inc. Scholarship Opportunity
ARTE INC. Scholarship Application Criteria & Guidelines. ARTE Inc. is a non-profit dedicated to cultivating and promoting Latino art, culture, and education. ARTE has awarded over $100,300 in scholarships! Applicants must be of Hispanic/Latino descent and must be a registered resident of Connecticut for a minimum of one year. Citizenship is not required to apply. All awards are based on available funding, financial need, academic achievement and information supplied.
Due: September 2nd
THE COLOR OF NATURE EXHIBIT CALL FOR ARTISTS
The Color of Nature Art Exhibit will be online at the Inside Small website and in-person at the Stable Gallery in Ridgewood, New Jersey from October 1 - October 31, 2022. Each participating artist will also receive an individual feature on the Inside Small's Instagram and Facebook platforms. SIZE REQUIREMENT: ALL ARTWORK MUST BE 10” INCHES or smaller in any direction (NOT including frame, mat, etc.). 2D WORKS ONLY. Space is limited.
Deadline October 7th
CT Communities Challenge Grant
The Department of Economic and Community Development (“DECD”) is undertaking a competitive grant application process to fund multiple projects under the CT Communities Challenge Grant Program in an effort to improve livability, vibrancy, convenience and appeal of communities throughout the state. The Program is intended to potentially create approximately 3,000 new jobs. It is DECD’s goal to allocate up to 50% of the funds to eligible and competitive projects in distressed municipalities. Grant size: $1M - $10M per project.
--Learn more here
Application Opens August 1st
Deadline October 7th
NATIONAL CALENDAR ART CONTEST FOR KIDS
15,000 elected county officials will get a copy of this calendar.
Submitted artwork must present a county activity that shows how “Counties Matter” and inspired by the sentence “I love my county because…”
---Submit Artwork here
Event Takes Place: October 22, 2022
NEW HAVEN CHALK ART FESTIVAL COMPETITION
This event is a contest open to the public, where artists and artist groups compete for more than $2,000 in gift cards by creating a family friendly 4ft by 4ft fall-themed chalk artwork drawing using washable chalk sticks. Artists will register to compete in one of the following age divisions: Teen (ages 13-17), Adult (ages 18+), or Adult Group (18+ with a minimum of two artists). There is no entry fee, and free chalk, snacks, and parking will be provided to participants.
Deadline December 23
NEW HAVEN PROMISE
Open to high schoolers or those about to become high schoolers.
Scholarships and ongoing opportunities.
---Sign up here
Monthly ongoing shows open into 2023
OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS
CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection at the Kellogg Environmental Center in Derby
The Kellogg Environmental Center is an environmental education center for the State Parks system, and we offer a variety of free public programs on the topics of environmental science, ecology, culture, history, and the arts.Typically, the artists that present have either a virtual or in-person reception, but they also offer the possibility of hosting workshops or classes that the exhibiting artist would teach either in their classrooms or outside. Several picnic tables set up as well as two gardens (one formal, one for native species of plants and animals).-Questions? Email Allison Brown Allison.Brown@ct.gov-Details here
ROLLING CALL FOR BLACK PUBLIC MEDIA = DOCUMENARTIES
AfroPop from Black Public Media / PBS
Short Documentarties 30 minutes or less
BPM brings dynamic stories that celebrate the art, culture, history and creativity of people of African descent from the US and around the world
Olive and Wooster is a new apartment complex in New Haven. Two dimensional, New Haven themed works are encouraged.-Contact Darren Seid email@example.com with up to ten (10) digital samples or call (203) 826-8703 for more information.
- STUDIO SPACE FOR RENT
14 Gilbert Street West Haven
387 Square feet ($375 plus utilities) up to 4683 square feet ($2925 plus utilities)
- VISUAL ARTISTS AND MUSICIANS
The Shops at Yale and the Whitney-Audubon Retail & Arts District
Seeking local visual artists and musicians of all skill levels to participate in our events and activations in downtown New Haven in 2022.
Posted 2/2/22 opportunities throughout the year
- BE A DOCENT
Participate as one of our talented tour guides.. No previous experience in history or art is needed. Prospective docents should enjoy working with people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds, and be able to communicate with them effectively. However, there are many learning and support opportunities to grow in these areas. Many museum perks and special treats are yours for serving this arts role.
Questions, contact Angel Bleggi (203) 753-0381 x 118 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- GET PAID TO SING
Singers needed for demo recordings of a new musical “Scientific Method” by composer Ted Vives aimed at Broadway. Singers with stage and acting experience are preferred. Payment is a flat rate of $55.56 per song per role portrayed.
For more information, contact Daniel Shaw at: email@example.com
- LIVE WORK GALLERY SPACE
Hygienic Artists Collective Live. Work. Volunteer!
Participate in Gallery Shows, programming, networking, and critques. Living above the Galleries: Each studio apartment includes a bedroom with flexible living/studio space, a full kitchen with dishwasher, and private bathroom.
CALL FOR ARTISTS ALL LEVELS
The Galleries @ WORK_SPACE (903 Main Street, Manchester, CT)
New England artists of all levels of experiences and all mediums submit to upcoming themed exhibits in the Main Street Gallery as well as to have work displayed in our non-traditional art spaces throughout our coworking, meeting and gallery space in the heart of downtown.
- SELL IN A GALLERY STORE
Spectrum Art Gallery
Artisans interested in showing in the Gallery Store pieces should reflect the season! Work in fabric, leather, glass, wood, pottery and ceramics, jewelry, home décor, puzzles and games, toys, and children’s books.
Submit at least 3 samples of your work in jpg form with a title for each piece, materials used, dimensions, and your price point which can be discussed. The file size of submissions should be about 1MB. Submit to gallery director, Barbara Nair: firstname.lastname@example.org
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