Pop-up First Friday at Hotel Nyack, November 3, 7-10 pm
We are hosting a pop-up First Friday Art Show and Sale in The Speakeasy, in the lobby of Hotel Nyack, 400 High Avenue, Nyack. It’s a beautiful space with a cash bar, seating and high top tables. Our art will be on display on easels and must be taken down at the end of the event. We will also be celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Nyack Art Collective. Come join the festivities and show your art!
Please bring any easels (full size or table top) you have for your art and to share with the collective. We can start setting up our show at 6 pm. It’s best if you can stay for the duration of the event in order to facilitate sales. The Hotel does NOT take a commission on sales. There is no theme or size restriction for this exhibit and each member can display up to 2 pieces of artwork.
X House Nyack, Tuesday, November 7, 10 am
We are installing a new show at X House Nyack, 48 S. Franklin St, Nyack. The exhibit will run until mid January. We will also coordinate with X House to plan an opening reception.
Each member can submit one piece of art. Please bring your artwork to X House at 10 am on Tuesday, November 7, so we can start curating and hanging the art. There is no size restriction for this exhibit. Your work must be ready to hang, and include a tag with your name, title, medium, price and contact info. The artist agrees to pay X House 30% commission on the sale of exhibited work. If you can stay a while to help hang the show, it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
If you have artwork currently displayed at X House, please come to pick up your artwork that same day (Tuesday, November 7) as close to 10 am as possible. If you come too late, we may already be finished and have left. Your art cannot be stored at X House.
Elmwood Playhouse, Wednesday, November 8, 10:30 am
We have been invited to exhibit artwork in the lobby of the Elmwood Playhouse, 10 Park St, Nyack, during the run of the play, Clybourne Park, November 10 - December 2, 2023. Artwork should relate to the theme of the play. Clybourne Park takes place in two time periods: 1959 and 2009--in the same house in a neighborhood experiencing first integration then gentrification. The director is hopeful that the art can be interpretations of how we define or envision home/neighborhood/community.
Each member can show one piece of art which is wired and ready to be hung. We will be using a hanging system, so it is necessary for your art to be wired. No sawtooth hangers, please. Because space is limited, we will not accept any work over 24” x 24”. Attach a label with your name and contact information, title, medium and price. The Playhouse does not take a commission on the sale of exhibited work. The Playhouse will provide an Artists' Reception on opening night, Friday, November 10.