You’ll probably use a laptop, but, you know. via flickr user Tim Hamilton
Mercury is in retrograde and Jonas is coming to swallow us all, which means that if you write plays, it’s the perfect time to cozy up in your apartment and get some work done. “Work” doesn’t mean binge-watching Transparent and ordering Seamless, by the way. It means sitting down at your computer and finishing your newest script, or editing the draft of an old one, or even jotting down some ideas for your next big project.
In that spirit, we’ve rounded up seven exciting programs that are currently accepting submissions from playwrights. Deadlines are upcoming, if not imminent, so take a look at the opportunities below and decide which one, or how many, are right for you. (more…)
The clock is ticking. Do you wan to keep hanging your art in the bathroom? Image via Facebook
Cheap art space in Brooklyn is about as hard to find as Hamilton tickets these days. Just like Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hip hop retelling of the man on the $10 bill, you can enter a lottery to win studio space inside Spaceworks in Gowanus. Unlike the Hamilton lottery, this one is free and you only have until 11:59pm on January 6 to apply. (more…)
You’re here doing your art, but you don’t trust your roommate’s dog to not tear up your canvas when you step out for coffee. So, you think about getting a studio but Jesus, those things are expensive. There are offers for affordable studio spaces out there though. Like the one being offered now by Spaceworks that will hook you up with affordable studio space. Much better than being paranoid about the dog. (more…)