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Applications are invited for an International Artists Residency @ Khoj, for public art projects exploring themes of environment & ecology in public spaces around Delhi for 4- 6 weeks in January 2010.
Delhi, the capital city of India, could easily qualify today as one amongst the world's most dynamic and complex urban settings in contemporary times. Characterized by its unique multi-layered
historicity and multiple urbanisms Delhi however, is facing a relentless pace of contemporary urban growth making it one of the rapidly expanding cities of the world.
City based research on 8 public sites in Delhi can be viewed from this link:
The City of Brea Art Gallery is producing an exhibition entitled “For Love or Money” featuring artwork from artists who work by day work as hired hands for design companies, advertising agencies, etc., yet by night exercise personal creative outlets.
“For Love or Money” will showcase work from both aspects of the artist’s career, with examples of personal art contrasted with their “for the money” work.
We are seeking submission from interested artists to be reviewed for inclusion. There is no entry fee; submissions will be judged by the merit of the work alone.
Entry Deadline : July 15, 2009
Exhibition Dates : August 1 – September 11
Orient Global Freedom to Create Prize
Call for submissions
The Prize honours artists on the frontlines who promote social justice, build foundations for
open societies and inspire the human spirit.
The Orient Global Freedom to Create Prize, established in 2008, recognises artists who bring messages of hope to places of turmoil and despair. Light comes in a deeply felt song or dance, in paintings or photographs that change the familiar into the exceptional, in dramas that tell hidden stories, in designs that solve practical problems.
Finding Courage in Truth
Art Moves Africa (AMA) is an international non- for-profit organisation aiming to facilitate cultural and artistic exchanges within the African continent. AMA offers travel funds to artists, arts professionals and cultural operators living and working in Africa to travel within the African continent in order to engage in the exchange of information, the enhancement of skills, the development of informal networks and the pursuit of cooperation.
Who can apply?
Artists and cultural operators living and working in Africa.
Performing and visual arts, music, cinema, literature and cultural advocacy
What type of projects?
OPEN CALL FOR POLAROID 600 SERIES PHOTOGRAPHY
ISM: a community project is looking for quality Polaroids to exhibit in a
special show at Hibbleton Gallery opening Friday August 7th and for
consideration in a limited edition book to be released 2010.
Send Polaroid submissions to Kevin@ISMcommunity.org before Friday July 17th.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
from LA Culture Net
California Arts Day 2009 Poster Competition for California college students-- $500 prize
Each year the California Arts Council promotes the first Friday in October as California Arts Day to highlight the importance of the arts and creativity in the state. This year the agency has a contest for California college students and instructors who are talented graphic artists and designers, with a grand prize of $500. The assignment: create the California Arts Day 2009 poster, utilizing the lyrics, concepts and/or intention of the song "The Art in Me," also known as The California Arts Song.
VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS ANNOUNCES 2009-2010 ARMED WITH A CAMERA FELLOWSHIP
FOR EMERGING MEDIA ARTISTS
LOS ANGELES – Visual Communications' Armed with a Camera Fellowship is now accepting applications for all people of Asian Pacific American descent who are under 30 years of age. $500 will be awarded to recipients as well as access to Visual Communications' post-production facilities, a $700 a week value, and a one-year VC Filmmaker Membership valued at $100.
A Studio of their Own: The Legacy of the Fresno Feminist Experiment documents the foundation of the nation's first feminist art program at Fresno State University & its' enduring legacy in contemporary art.Exhibition & Symposium highlight the international reputation of first-year alumni in feminist video, performance and new genre public practice. Current work as well as early work will be shown.
Symposium: Thursday September 17- Friday September 18
artists' presentations, performances, and a panel discussion moderated by Moira Roth.