Fancy yourself an artist? Eager to show the world (or at least the patrons of the Harrison library) your stuff? The Harrison Council for the Arts is looking for pieces to display in the library on Bruce Avenue for a month at a time in 2014.
Samples and “related items,” as a news release from the council says, may be submitted in person at the library on May 17 after 9:30 a.m. Pieces (and those related items) must be collected the next day.
A panel of judges will decide which pieces earn a spot in the library.
Some criteria: Only two-dimensional art is allowed. Quoting from the news release, here, “Samples must include two different pieces of the actual art (preferably framed), the artist’s resume and at least 12 copies (all different) of the artist’s work in the form of 35 mm slides or photos or prints.”
Additional information is at www.harrisonpl.org. You may also want to contact Dan Briem at the library: (914)835-0324; firstname.lastname@example.org