May 16, 2006
May 16, 2006

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<---Some *Bad Art* from The Museum of Bad Art, in Dedham, MA, to counter the abundance of good art below and to counter the endless rain. Because truly bad art is like a sunny day and we could all use that.

Peter the Kitty
Oil on board by Mrs. Jackson
Acquired from Salvation Army Thrift Store, Hyde Park by Scott Wilson

Stirring in its portayal of feline angst. Is Peter hungry or contemplating his place in a hungry world? The artist has evoked both hopelessness and glee with his irrational use of negative space.

PORTRAITURE #3 Mama and Babe
Acrylic on canvas by Sarah Irani, 1995
Donated by the artist

The flesh tones bring to mind the top shelf liqueurs of a border bistro. With an astonishing emphasis on facial bone structure, the artist flirts with caricature and captures features of Mamma's face which remind us of a former First Lady. The upright marionettish pose of the babe hints that the early bond between mother and child is as formal as it is familiar. Good old fashioned parental respect is at the center of this celebration of color and contour.


Acrylic on canvas by Unknown
Donated by Elizabeth and Sorn Poeckle, Copenhagen, Denmark

A remarkable fusion of ski resort and wolf puppy -- stoical in his yellow-eyed silence, frozen beneath the ice-capped peak, "Dog" eloquently challenges the viewer to reexamine old concepts of landscape.

The Futility of Man

Insulated Glove, Air, Inflator, Hook and Pile, O-ring
Found in my Lab Safety Supply Catalog

The glove seems to signify the futility of man in its yearning posture, bleak visage and robotic yet anguished, splayed fingers. Clearly an homage to the dark side of the human psyche, the G-99 inflator looms menacingly nearby, tilted inquisitively toward the glove yet simultaneously apathetic to the plight of the glove. The G-99 strings signify its own struggle against the bondage of its physical being and its unwillingness to acknowlegde its own capacity for empathy, exploring instead its inner voyeuristic leaning toward predatory opportunism.

Benefit for the Florence Learning Center - Silk Voices: Survival Through the Arts
Lucy in the Field with Flowers <---Sadly this MASTERPIECE will not be at the high school for the show Friday night but there will be great art and great fun. See you there? This show is going to be fantastic!

Friday, May 19th, 7-9pm
Northampton High School auditorium
380 Elm Street
Northampton, MA 01060

On May 19th, Florence Learning Center, Northampton's public alternative high school, is hosting a benefit for the Northampton Survival Center. Silk Voices - an evening of community arts that brings together professional and student performers of various ages, genres and backgrounds features song, dance, poetry, yo-yo, belly dance, hip-hop, fashion, circus arts and more.

Special guests include: internationally touring folk poet Alix Olson, veteran musician and community educator Evelyn Harris, formerly of Sweet Honey and the Rock, and Worcester Magazine’s #1 hip hop band The Alchemystics. Student performers include: Nick Gumlaw, internationally ranked yo-yo competitor, Theresa Harvey, local up and coming fashion designer, Peejay Delgado of Youth Leadership for the Arts, and classical pianist, Ben Naismith.

Students of the Florence Learning Center will share the stage with professional artists at the Northampton High School auditorium to create a collaborative evening of art in the fight against local poverty and hunger.

Proceeds from the event will support the Northampton Survival Center and academic programming at Florence Learning Center. Generous donations are deeply appreciated.

Ticket prices start at $5 (the average cost of about 2 pounds of food at the grocery store) but please give what you can. The annual cost of running the Survival Center and distributing over 420,000 pounds of food for a year is $227,000. We’re hoping to raise $3000 in support of powerful, action- focused education in the fight against local hunger.

To reserve tickets or find out more information, please call The Florence Learning Center at 413-587- 1412.

This event is organized and produced by the Florence Learning Center, a diverse alternative academic community of creative and talented young people.

From Jane Lohman: we're hoping to pack the house. Our students thought it would be cool to have visual arts in the lobby for people arriving early and during the intermission. I know the notice is short, but the space is small. The artists would not have to donate anything that they make (if they sell a piece) to the Survival Center (unless they wanted to, of course), but they could just have the chance to show and spruce up our engagement at the same time.
So, May 19, 7-9 p.m. at NHS Arts Showcase event (Silk Voices is the title). Invitation to artists to show work in lobby setting for what we hope will be a packed house of arts enthusiasts.

The only restriction (per the principal) is that it's a "family event". 3d is great (bring your own pedestal if one is needed), and drop-off around 4-ish/ pick up around 9:30 p.m. that night would be good. We'll be there having an "after party" that artists are welcome to join -- nothing fancy...very basic. (pizza, cookies, etc.)
Thanks for setting the lead over there.
My contact info is:
Jane Lohmann
413-268-3889 (home)
413-587-1412 (work)

Friday, May 19th 5-7pm
stephanie cramer Open House & Art-Friday, May 19th 5-7pm

Join us as we inaugurate our new evening hours and celebrate the work of three local artists including Stephanie Cramer, Wayne Gagnon and Karen Kelly.

When we selected Stephanie Cramer for our first art showing at the CUP AND TOP we did it because we knew she would grab attention. We love the boldness and vitality of her work depicting the human form in vibrant red and blue hues.

Wayne Gagnon's Picasso-esque pastel creatures enliven our playspace and keep watch over our youngest patrons.
And every day we hear customers laugh out loud as they encounter Karen Kelly's realistic tabletop paintings of car keys, grocery lists and board games.

Bring the family to the CUP AND TOP May 19th from 5-7pm to join us in a show of appreciation.
<---Work By Stephanie Cramer

1 North Main Street
Florence, MA 01062
(413) 585-0445

Mo Note--->Also see a hilarious collection of Hilary Price postcards and ephemera on sale at the cafe including, "The Signing", a strip which ran April 14, 2004 depicting my Jamoka signing copies of his book, "Who Moved my Poop".

Dance and Yo-yos galore
yoyo man The Lisa Leizman Dance Company will present a Spring Concert on Friday and Saturday, May 19 and 20, at 7:30 p.m. As is their custom, the company will provide comestible--a reception following Friday's performance and dinner following Saturday's performance. Music accompanying the dancers will be provided by Elizabeth Bowdan, violin; Ellen Dickinson, viola; Nola Kulig, cello; Judy Raiffa, piano; and Maria Scotera, flute. Dance company members are: Katherine Bervera, Emily Breines, Mary Bull, Barbara Cortez-Greig, Elisabeth DePergola, Dirck Dimock, Kathy Goos, Chandra Hancock, Elizabeth Haymaker, Kirsten Kapteyn, Andrea Kwapien, Lisa Leizman, Teri Malinofsky, Lauren Preston-Wells and Antigoni Tzoumakas. Tickets for the concert are sold at the door at $10 for adults and $5 for children under 10, who get front row seats on colorful floor pillows.

There will be yo-yos galore Sunday, May 21, at 3 p.m. when dozens of area graduates (ages 9-years-old and up) of the A 2 Z Science and Nature Store's yo-yo school show off their skills. The local kids will be joined by some groups from outside the area, as well. The event is a fund-raiser for both the Center for the Arts and Smile Train, an organization that provides cleft palate surgeries. Tickets will be $8 for adults and $4 for children. This extravaganza will be a preview for the New England Regional Yo-yo Championships, which will be held at Theater 14, Smith College, on June 3.

FREE event at the Montague Bookmill Sunday, May 21st @7pm
Release party for ORPHEUS
My Invisible Band photo Please come to a release party for ORPHEUS , a zine/CD featuring writers, musicians, and artists riffing on the myth of Orpheus.

The Western Mass. event features readings/performances by:
Sara Jaffe (Ex Erase Errata)
Andrea Lawlor (series editor)
EE Miller (CD curator) & Judith Moman

Also, My Invisible (pictured. awesome all-strings rock trio from Providence).
My Invisible is comprised of Popahna Brandes (cello), Carolina Maugeri (violin, organ), & Miranda Mellis (guitar). Influences include telepathic games, Queen Himiko, Konrad Lorenz, Charter 77, Kaija Saariaho, Ruby Bridges,uncontaminated water, Bela Bartok, Sisyphus, large dogs, Buckminster Fuller, apparati, the planet Chiron, phantoms, Mary Shelley, & botanical aesthetics.

Sunday, May 21st @ 7 PM at the Montague Bookmill
info at www.pocketmyths.com and www.montaguebookmill.com

A few copies of the zine can be found at Broadside Books in Northampton.
And here's a link to a great article about My Invisible, http://thephoenix.com/article_ektid11955.aspx

At the Shelburne Falls Arts Cooperative
Charlie Hertan Photography Dorothy Osterman, paintings.
Charlie Hertan, color photographs.

Shelburne Arts Cooperative, 26 Bridge St., Shelburne Falls, MA


Opening Reception: Fri. 5/26/06, 6-8 PM

Spring/Summer Workshop Series for Artists @ GCC
Fostering the Arts & Culture
maria Fostering the Arts & Culture
Spring/Summer Workshop Series for Artists

Business topics for artists of all mediums, and specific topics for writers. Please help us reach artists by forwarding this announcement. All workshops held at GCC Downtown Center.

All workshops prices are underwritten with funding from the Massachusetts Cultural Council

Introductory Business Planning for Artists
Amy Shapiro

For those who wish to explore the process of business planning as it relates to artists, this is the necessary first step. Materials will be provided.

Workshop Code: CSW 671
Date: May 30, 6-9 p.m.
Cost: $10

Recordkeeping for Artists
Deborah Kruger

This workshop is designed to dispel anxiety and demystify the basics of bookkeeping and taxes for artists.
Workshop Code: CSW 672
Date: June 15, 6-9 p.m.
Cost: $10

The Care and Feeding of your Creative Voice: A Class in Abundance
Jessamyn Smyth

Generate creative energy and develop techniques for allowing all aspects of your life to feed your writing-even when you are blocked, struggling for time to write, or feeling uninspired.
Workshop Code: CSW 198
Date: Saturday, May 27, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Cost: $25

Making It Happen: From Block to Book
Instructor: Jessamyn Johnston Smyth

You've got the writing rolling - what happens now?
Few programs or classes teach the basic skills every writer needs to get a book into the world. This workshop will.
Workshop Code: CSW 673
Dates: Tu, June 20 & 27, 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Cost: $25

To Register: Call 413.775.1803, M-F, 9-4:30 p.m., 24/7 registration with VISA, MasterCard, Discover. 413.774.7690

For more information call: Bob: 413.775.1606 or Amy: 413.774.7204 x-117
Fostering the Arts & Culture Project is a collaboration of six area organizations to respond to the needs of the artist community - Greenfield Community College (GCC), Franklin County Community Development Corporation (FCCDC), Franklin County Chamber of Commerce (FCCCC), Shelburne Falls Area Business Association (SFABA), MassCountryRoads project (MCRP), and the Franklin/Hampshire Regional Employment Board. The partnership is funded in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Bob Barba
Assistant Dean for Community Education
Greenfield Community College
(413) 775-1606


Lois Jewel Barber and Bernice Massé Rosenthal present “Act II, Scene I”, a showing of their art at the Burnett Gallery in the Jones Library at 43 Amity Street in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Their drawings, collages, watercolors, wood assemblages (pictured) and photography will be on view from June 1 through June 30 during regular library hours. Call (413) 256-4094.

Lois received a BA degree in Fine arts in 1969 from Indiana University. Bernice graduated from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, including a fifth-year– graduate program in 1972. Following Act I, there was a long intermission in which each pursued different creative endeavors. They were wives and mothers and immersed themselves in other careers, Lois as an environmental activist and Bernice as a paper conservator. They are at last returning to their love of making art.

“Act II, Scene I opens with a reception to be held from 5-8 pm on Thursday, June 1 as part of the Amherst Gallery Walk.
Another reception will be on Saturday, June 3, from 2-4 pm. The public is invited.

Opening reception June 9 from 5-7pm.
NCA Harriet Diamond and Lydia Nettler will present two installations in their show, "Imperatives", opening at the Center for the Arts on June 2 and running through June 29.

An opening reception will be held on June 9 from 5-7pm.

Harriet Diamond’s mini- installation, No War! features the Northampton Peace vigil and scenes of marching and protest in NYC and DC in painted relief and sculpture.

Lydia Nettler’s installation, Break Away uses large charcoal drawings and sculpture to surround the viewer in a psychological environment based on Northampton’s natural surrounding.

The Center for the Arts is located at 17 New South St. on the third floor of Sullivan square in Northampton. Gallery hours are on Tuesday through Friday from 11 am to 4pm and on Saturday from noon to 4pm. For more information call 413-594-7327

Augusten Burroughs Reading
Wednesday, June 14, 2006 at 7:30 P.M. - ADVANCE TIX NEEDED
Augusten Burroughs WFCR presents

Wednesday, June 14, 2006 at 7:30 P.M.
Chapin Auditorium
Mount Holyoke College
South Hadley, Mass.

Augusten Burroughs is the author of "Running with Scissors," "Dry," and "Magical Thinking," all of which were New York Times bestsellers published around the world. The film version of "Running With Scissors," starring Annette Bening and Gwyneth Paltrow and directed by Ryan Murphy ("Nip/Tuck"), is set for a fall 2006 release. Augusten has been named one of the 15 funniest people in America by Entertainment Weekly. He lives in New York City and western Massachusetts.

Augusten will read from and sign his new book, "Possible Side Effects" (St. Martin's Press). The book release date is May 2006.

For information on "Possible Side Effects" and Augusten Burroughs, see: http://www.augusten.com/.

Sponsors: Mount Holyoke College, the Advocate Newspapers, and the Odyssey Bookshop.

Tickets (general admission within sections) are priced $30-$70 with a copy of "Possible Side Effects" and $10-$50 without the book. They are available from the University of Massachusetts Amherst Fine Arts Center Box Office by phone (413-545-2511 or 800- 999-UMASS), or online through http://www.wfcr.org/. Producer's Circle tickets include preferential seating and admission to the 6:30 P.M. pre-event reception.

Institute of Unnecessary Research - be there or be square!
At Sussex University on 24th May
Institute Of Unnecessary Research From Anna Dumitriu - UK:

Just in case you haven't heard about my crazy event at Sussex University on 24th May have a look at the website www.unnecessaryresearch.org

We'll have loads of art and science and performance with some of the top practicioners in their fields.

Maybe come along to our panel discussion and ask yourself "Unnecessary research - what's the point?"

Already loads of argumentative people have booked to come, so it should be a laugh!

Artists include me, Anna Dumitriu (doing Bacteriology/Art PHD at Brighton Uni), Rachel Cohen (who has recently finished a project with The Centre for Neuroscience and Robotics at Sussex Uni), Ollie Glass (doing Artificial Intelligence/Music Research at Sussex Uni), Luciana Hail (researching neurofeedback), Jon Gilhooley (doing a Magic/Art PHD at University of Kent), Richard Robinson (writer of "Why does the toast always land butter side down) and Matthew Waldman (lecturer at Parsons School New York) and fellow Catalyst member Theresa Sundt who's studying the effects of different colour frequency.

So it should be cool, eh!
Hope you can make it,


EJ Barnes at GCC
Starting 3 May and running through 30 June
EJ Barnes Funny Pictures, Serious Business: An Exhibit of Editorial Cartoon Art Created for The Recorder

Since March 2005, the editorial page of The Recorder, Greenfield's daily newspaper, has featured the cartoons of E. J. Barnes. Starting 3 May and running through 30 June, these and several others of her topical cartoons will be on display at Greenfield Community College's Downtown Center, 270 Main Street, Greenfield.

The Downtown Center building's open hours in May are Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Fridays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. In June, Friday hours end at noon. The building is closed on Saturday and Sunday.

Directions are on the GCC website

Collage Workshops in May
Collage Workshop Image cOllaGe WorKsHops

Wednesdays in May 4-6 p.m.

May 10th The Art of Eating

May 17th The Treasure Within

May 24th Dream Collage

May 31st Soul Journal

$25 each session, all materials included. just bring your soul and your favorite slippers... fragrance-free gatherings in the heart of Holyoke's blossoming canal district. Offered by multi-media artist, Gineen Cooper. read more at www.womenarts.org

email gineenlee@hotmail.com to sign up, and for directions & descriptions.

Valley Free Radio Fundraising Week
Tune in and help out
Valley Free Radio Saturday May 22nd - Friday May 26 is our first on-air fund drive. We'll be doing live pitching, and taking credit card donations over the phone. Please try to listen and help us stay on the air.

Donations can also be mailed to:

VFR is now webstreaming!
check out this temporary link and listen live from your computer.

There are so many fabulous shows to choose from and then there is TheAmy&MoRadioShow. Listen to us Wednesdays from 8 to 9 am.

Community Run, Commercial Free Radio for the Northampton Listening Area

Valley Free Radio, in association with Free Press, the Grassroots Radio Coalition, and Prometheus, a national low power fm advocacy and education organization, helped launch WXOJ FM, Valley Free Radio, in August of 2005 at a "barnraising" in Florence, Massachusetts. Valley Free Radio is a low power FM radio station broadcasting at 103.3 FM. We are a community organization that operates as a collective. Our board, committee, and general membership meetings are open to the public.

We broadcast from the Florence Community Center, located at 140 Pine Street in Florence, Massachusetts. If you would like to contact the station by phone please try our studio line at (413) 585-1033 or our business line at (413) 584 - 1160. Send email to vfr@valleyfreeradio.org. If you are interested in hosting a show or writing something for a show, please review our programming guidelines. Para más información en español, favor de comunicarse con: mas@valleyfreeradio.org

Dwight Smith's Movie Picks
Decidedly colorful with a tough of angst
Dwight Smith's Movie Pics Header 2046

Several years in the making and highly anticipated, "2046" (2004) should pacify director Wong Kar Wai's fans, at least, for its end-of-an-era feel and look. At its core, this is a decidedly (or deceptively) simple movie, in spite of its fractured and non-linear narrative. It tells the tale of an emotionally wrecked man, Chow Mo Wan (played by Tony Leung), a reprised character from Wong's critically acclaimed earlier oeuver, "In the Mood for Love (2000)", and the many beautiful women he keeps and fails to keep, in a time-space continuance that is laden with sepia-tinted memories: a monologue, if you will, of Chow's torrid love affairs, love spats, and the ensuing heartbreaks resulting, no doubt, from the pangs of a failed liaison Chow is trying to escape. It'd appear that the failed relation with Su Lizhen (Maggie Cheung) in "In the Mood for Love", who has a "special appearance" in this film, has changed Chow irrevocably, which is key to understanding Chow's troubled soul.

Previous picks:
"Nine Lives."
The Girl in the Cafe
Travellers and Magicians

For all the poets on this list - Please send poetry
From Nina Bander:

Compositions for godprayer

http:// burning/burning books/burnt toast/burning mattress/burning boyfriend/burning restaurant/again/burning restaurant/burning building becomes a garden/fire becomes a painting/fire while painting fire/poem about a fire/some other fire lurking large behind all this/and burn.flames.purification


terrible beauty
power/hungers history our story
me and/or all of us
one child or/world roiling the sea
time: thick jelly
our hidden pain the shorter
colors of or those
words for joyous thank you breaking down
w/finer violet colors
virgin blue the light/hot
blackened sparkles of beautiful disease
this ancient. elegance

death by fire

under:through it sound of bone flutes dancing:branching first beat
light in meaning:voices white ^snapping^ wind not white but
flapping:folding up *repeating*
lurch of millions [breaking] millions larger›smaller‹larger
gloria.ok.floria okay›tiny thingsªªªªª´´´´´tiny brilliant ›
cactus points w/loud voice sweeping dirts out roaring
nothing ‹bigger› than I think the wind hot:birth/static:
god/donut UNImaginable *repeating* ones and giving DA!
saw ends but saw what .ibelieve. time is not had now
skins and sacks .believe. its beauty/fear/sound
old trees in labor *breathing* babies nothing:ordered nothing:neutral
nothing/nothing .ibelieve. ilove›‹thank›‹lovei

death by fire

under:through it sound of bone flutes dancing:branching first beat
light in meaning:voices white ^snapping^ wind not white but
flapping:folding up *repeating*
lurch of millions [breaking] millions larger›smaller‹larger
gloria.ok.floria okay›tiny thingsªªªªª´´´´´tiny brilliant ›
cactus points w/loud voice sweeping dirts out roaring
nothing ‹bigger› than I think the wind hot:birth/static:
god/donut UNImaginable *repeating* ones and giving DA!
saw ends but saw what .ibelieve. time is not had now
skins and sacks .believe. its beauty/fear/sound
old trees in labor *breathing* babies nothing:ordered nothing:neutral
nothing/nothing .ibelieve. ilove›‹thank›‹lovei

Various Calls for Submissions - arranged hopefully
NEW!Due June 10--


The Northampton Center for the Arts is seeking submissions for a July 2006 exhibition.
The exhibition will be juried by slides or CDs of works on paper, including photographs. Up to three submissions per artist will be accepted. Slides/CDs, check and application form should be mailed or delivered in person to the Center, 17 New South Street, third floor, Northampton, MA 01060 by June 10, 2006; notification will sent by June 20, 2006. The Center is open Tuesday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Submission must include a check for the $20 application fee made out to the Northampton Center for the Arts and a stamped, self-addressed envelope for return of materials. Slides/CDs must be labeled with name of artist, materials, dimensions of artwork; no 3-D works will be accepted. To download an application form: http://www.nohoarts.org/thegalleries.htm

DUE JUNE 10 - The Northampton Center for the Arts is seeking submissions for a July 2006 exhibition.

The exhibition will be juried by slides or CDs of works on paper, including photographs. Up to three submissions per artist will be accepted.

Submissions must include slides/CDs, a completed version of this application form, a check for the $20 made out to the Northampton Center for the Arts and a stamped, self-addressed envelope for return of materials. Please label slides/CDs with name of artist, materials, dimensions of artwork; no 3-D works will be accepted.

The submission packet should be mailed or delivered in person to the Center, 17 New South Street, third floor, Northampton, MA 01060 by June 10, 2006; notification will be sent by June 20, 2006. The Center is open Tuesday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The application form is attached or available at http://www.nohoarts.org/thegalleries.htm

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs + Image Registry The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) is the largest public funder of arts and culture in the country. The Percent for Art artist slide registry is an up-to-date and important component of the Program. The registry is consulted by the architects, panelists, and City agencies for each project. The Percent for Art staff prepares a slide presentation from the registry for each panel meeting. The registry is open to any professional visual artist residing in the United States. Deadline: On-going Information: www.nyc.gov/html/dcla/html/panyc/slide_reg.shtml

May 31, 2006 Call for Entries: Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge The National Science Foundation and the journal Science, published by the AAAS, invite you to participate in the fourth annual Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge. The international competition recognizes scientists, engineers, visualization specialists, and artists for producing or commissioning innovative work in visual communication. The ability to convey the essence and excitement of research in digitized images, color diagrams, multimedia and animation has given researchers the perspective needed to set new research directions and equipped other citizens to see and understand complex science concepts. Award categories: Photographs, Illustrations, Interactive Media, Non-Interactive Media and Informational Graphics. Winners in each category will be published in the September 22, 2006 issue of Science Magazine and Science Online and displayed on the NSF website. The competition is currently open to the public; no entry fee. For complete entry information, please contact: American Association for the Advancement of Science OR http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/scivis/index .jsp

June 20, 2006 The Camera Club of New York announces its 2006 National Photography Competition. The competition is open to all US residents 18 years or older except members of the Camera Club of New York or their families, and employees. Freestanding pieces will not be accepted. We are most pleased that Antonin Kratochvil renowned photographer and documentarian, will be our Juror. Each entry will consist of either 6 digital entries on CD or 6 slides with a fee of $35.00 Chosen artist will receive a one-person exhibition in our Alfred Lowenherz Gallery and a cash award of $300 Other finalists will participate in a group show. Send self-addressed stamped envelope for prospectus to: 2006 National Photography Competition, Camera Club of New York, 853 Broadway, New York NY 10003 OR visit our website at: www.cameraclubofnewyork.org, download an entry form and view the complete rules and information about The Camera Club of New York.

A NOTE ABOUT THE CALLS FOR ARTISTS ENTRIES: I have paid subscriptions to these lists and simply cut and paste the email info I receive. I try to scan all entries and correct deadlines as I see them but mostly I paste them as I get them. So, if you are interested in any of these venues I suggest you follow the links and download the prospecti (?) and check dates for accurate deadlines and details.

Send me your link. Active subscribers and fab people need apply.
The links section has been a really nice surprise. The stats show that everyone is looking at everyone else's art in high numbers. And then (and there's always an "and then"), when I post the newsletter on my site every week the links repeat and as a result everyone has multiple links pointing to their site which means they get a higher search rank return.

Amy "Bannerqueen" Johnquest
Dianna Stallone Designs
Lynn Peterfreund
Cynthia Guild The Amazing Bannerqueen
Maureen Scanlon's Peacribbon Project
Photography by Jon Whitney
Fine woodworking art by Peter Dellert
Sculpture by Jim Doubleday
The Canal Gallery Building (my new studio as of May)
Stone Soup Concrete
The Northampton center for the Arts
The Art of Dean Nimmer
The Watkins Gallery
Kathleen Trestka
Zea Mays Printmaking Studio
Lisa Scollan
Deborah Kruger
Sally Curcio
Tom Morton
Jeff DeRose
Claudia Sperry
Michael Martindell
Michael Richardson
Smart Moves Pilates
Singer/Songwriter Diane Falcone
Rhymes With Orange
The Massachusetts Review
EJ Barnes- Cartoons, mandalas, and animation
The O-Tones
Holly Murray
The Invisible Fountain.com
Jan O'Highway
The Art Farm Project UK
Bob Markey
Briana Taylor
Rebecca Graves
Tony Kord
Save Darfur
Michael Kuch
Anila's college ruled art
Lillianna Pereira
Linda Batchelor
The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts

Denis Luzuriaga
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Check out Denis and his incredible illustration work at ArtBureau.com

Thanks Denis!

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