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Join BACCA’s 2023 Holiday Greeting Card Art Exchange!

How it works:

First, email if you're interested in participating, so that we know how many cards to expect to receive, and then do the following:

1. Create, paint, or draw one original handmade holiday card (standard letter size is best) using any 2D medium and mail it to the BACCA office:

47 West Main St., Suite 4
Babylon, NY 1170

2. BACCA will match you with another surprise participant and forward your card to them. 
3. You will receive one handmade card in exchange.
Please be sure to include your return address on the envelope, regardless of whether or not you wish to remain anonymous. 

• If you would like to remain anonymous, please specify this preference in your email response.
• Cards must be postmarked by December 6th, 2023

• You may choose to include a message to the recipient (who will be a fellow artist), or leave the card blank. 

Mail it to us and we’ll do the rest!



Huntington Arts Council 2024 Bi-Monthly Micro Grant Opportunity

Deadline: Every 4th Friday of every other month.

These Micro Grants provide year-round funding opportunities to arts-centered programs and projects that have a demonstrable impact on their community. The application process has been simplified and streamlined in order to facilitate the bimonthly application and distribution of the grants.

Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant

Deadlines: Applications Ongoing

Pollock-Krasner grants have enabled artists to create new work, purchase needed materials and pay for studio rent, as well as their personal expenses. Past recipients of Pollock-Krasner grants acknowledge their critical impact in allowing concentrated time for studio work, and in preparing for exhibitions and other professional opportunities such as accepting a residency.


National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) - 2023 Grant Opportunities

All Grant Opportunities

New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) - Grant Opportunities

Funds for Writers

Funding and residencies for writers.


International Program at ISCP

Listings available for artist residencies.

New York Media Arts Map



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The Babylon Chorale - Upcoming Auditions

Audition date: January 15th, 2024

The Babylon Chorale will hold auditions on Monday evening, January 15th, 2024 starting with rehearsal at 7:30pm at Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood Campus. All voice parts are welcomed. For further information, visit or email



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Nassau County Museum of Art – Seeking Manager and Administrative Assistant

Deadline: Ongoing, until positions are filled


1. Manager of School Programs and Partnerships

We seek a forward-thinking education leader, strategic thinker, relationship builder, and experienced manager to join our team of educators as our Manager of School Programs and Partnerships. This position requires a passionate teacher focused on identifying and developing best practices for engaging children, teens, and educators, from diverse backgrounds and with diverse needs. This position reports to the Director of Education.

2. Administrative and Art Studio Assistant – Part-time

We seek a creative, energetic and out-going individual to provide administrative and art studio support to the Manager of the education center, art class instructors and attendees. This position reports directly to the Manager of The Manes Art Education.

One River School of Art + Design: Assistant Director of Member Services

Deadline: Ongoing, Until Filled

"The Assistant Director of Membership Growth is responsible for ensuring the highest quality of service for prospective and current students and parents at One River School.  We have developed a system that blends a fun interactive social dynamic, with an innovative method that focuses on contemporary art education which is highly appealing to a wide variety of students.  The Assistant Director of Membership Growth works closely with members and students to ensure great experiences that grow and retain members."

One River School of Art + Design: Part-Time Summer Camp Art Teacher

Deadline: Ongoing, Until Filled

Art League of Long Island: Marketing and Engagement Coordinator (Part-Time)

Deadline: Ongoing, Until Filled

"The responsibilities of the Marketing and Engagement Coordinator at the Art League requires close attention to details, timely and accurate updates to the website, constant contact with the media. This position is a key driver of revenue to the Art League’s bottom line."


Cornell Cooperative Extension: Creative Content Coordinator

Deadline: Ongoing, Until Filled

The Creative Content Creator is a member of the administrative support team under the Marketing Group and is accountable for providing consistent, creative, quality content, publications, and related PR/marketing materials for the 4-H Youth Development (includes attending a bi-weekly meeting of the Marketing Work Group).

AEP6 Study Coordinator - Long Island Arts Alliance (LIAA)

Long Island Arts Alliance (LIAA) is seeking an independent contractor to oversee its participation in Arts & Economic Prosperity 6, a national study on the economic impact of the arts from Americans for the Arts.

LIAA is looking for an outgoing, organized, self-starter to lead the study on Long Island. Work will involve working directly with arts organizations to coordinate data collection, as well as recruiting, training, and coordinating volunteers to collect surveys at arts events across the Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Managing data and producing quarterly reports will also be required.



Occupational Outlook Handbook, Art And Design - U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics

Careers in Art & Design Video - College for Creative Studies

Careers in Visual Arts - PBS Learning Media

Accessibility: Careers in the Arts for People With Disabilities - National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)

Careers in Art - The Art Career Project

Creative Careers Resources - New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA)

How to Get Your First Job in a Gallery - New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA)

What Are Creative Careers? - Yale University Office of Career Strategy

How to Launch Your Art Career in 2023 - Kelsey Rodriguez, YouTube


Volunteer Lawyers For The Arts

Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (VLA) is the leading legal aid and education organization dedicated to New York artists and its arts and cultural organizations. VLA strives to protect the artistic community’s livelihoods, businesses, and creative works through access to dedicated legal representation and focused education programs.


VLA offers a variety of programs and workshops, such as “Forming a Non-Profit Workshop,” and “Copyright in Art.” VLA also offers a selection of on-demand, online recordings of previously held education programs for those unable to attend or want a refresher.

NYFA Learning – Writing About Your Work (Course)

2.5 Hours - $35 (online)

In this interactive course, you'll develop an artist statement that effectively describes what you make, how you make it, and why you make it—enabling art professionals and supporters to understand and connect with your artistic practice.

Create an Artist Bio, Gain Perspective from Reviewers, Nail the Artist Statement, and Access Real-World Examples


Arts and Economic Prosperity 6 Study for Long Island - Long Island Arts Alliance (LIAA)

Long Island Arts Alliance will survey art and culture lovers in 2022, joining nearly 300 study partners across the country for a research project led by Americans for the Arts. The Arts and Economic Prosperity 6 study (AEP6), supported by the Long Island Arts Alliance, will be conducted throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Their goal is to collect at least 800 surveys within the 2-county region represented by Long Island Arts Alliance. AEP6 data collection will be performed throughout 2022, and reports will be released in June 2023. Surveys will request information about FY22 budgets from nonprofit arts organizations and attendance.



The MET Open Access and Public Domain Collection

Art Institute of Chicago Public Domain Collection


Guide for artists, administrators, and art focused organizations to set fair and consistent wages.

“To establish sustainable economic relationships between artists and the institutions that contract our labor, and to introduce mechanisms for self-regulation into the art field that collectively bring about a more equitable distribution of its economy.”

Arts Careers



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