OPP: VSOP Gallery Submissions


Run by SMFA Alumn Jonathan Weisskopf (MFA 2016): “VSOP Projects is pleased to announce that we will be hosting this year’s 14th Annual10 x 10 = 100 Art Show & Sale at our Greenport gallery. Proceeds will benefit two important local non-profit organizations, Peconic Public Broadcasting and the North Fork Environmental Council.  

We invite artists of all levels of experience and working in any medium to pick up a complimentary 10 x 10 inch wood panel for their work during regular business hours (Thur-Sun 11-6) at VSOP Projects Completed works (and the entry form, available to download here) must be dropped back off between November 16 and December 1. Exhibition Preview: Friday, December 6, 2019  6-9pm Sale begins: Saturday, December 7, 2019  promptly at 6pm Last year’s “10 x 10″ had more than 200 artist participants. With the continued enthusiasm from our community of artists, collectors, and media, and we can, once again, raise significant funds for deserving local institutions. ” 311 Front St. Greenport New York 11944 Contact VSOP w/questions!

OPPS: 263 Gallery Submissions


“The human mind is astonishing. It can feel the sensation of fingertips brushing across the surface of an object by observing it—or even thinking about it. Natural and artificial textures can stir feelings of comfort and send shivers through the body. These associations provide familiarity with our environment as we navigate through life. Art reveals these feelings through both depicted and actual textures. This regional juried exhibition at Gallery 263 invites artists based in New England to submit artwork that explores the theme of texture.”

Submission Deadline: October 6, 2019
Exhibition Dates: November 7 – December 7, 2019

Grad Alumn: Justin Tuerk (MFA 2015) screens The Wrestling Project – Film Preview at Industry Lab, Cambridge



Preview Screening of the Pararegon Collective’s film The Wrestling Project, a documentation of the live performance from March 2, 2019 in San Diego.

Conceived and executed by Eddy Miramontes and Justin Tuerk the performance used wrestling, live music, and video projections to comment on historic and current sociopolitical climates. http://www.jepater.com/