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Hydrophonia_5: Call for Sound Artists, Electro-acoustic composers,
bio-acoustic researchers, hydrophone recordists, DIY hydrophone
builders, or anyone with a good theme/idea for a hydrophone workshop,
performance, film screening, installation or lecture/demonstration.
Deadline: November 30 2010
Hydrophonia, the only sound art festival devoted to hydrophone based
sound art and raising public awareness about the issues of anthropogenic
ocean noise is currently soliciting proposals for Hydrophonia Festival 5
Although Hydrophonia is open to ideas, here is a list of what we are
currently interested in receiving proposals for:
• the history of hydrophone recording
∘ hydrophone development during WWI, WWII and Cold War
• beam forming for n00bs
I have decided to have some fun with my creativity and try to make some money, so I opened a shop on Etsy: TheLittleAlchemist.
There is a Japanese visual art in which the artist is forced to be spontaneous. He must paint on a thin stretched parchment with a special brush and black water paint in such a way that an unnatural or interrupted stroke will destroy the line or break through the parchment. Erasures or changes are impossible. These artists must practise a particular discipline, that of allowing the idea to express itself in communication with their hands in such a direct way that deliberation cannot interfere. The resulting pictures lack the complex composition and textures of ordinary painting, but it is said that those who see will find some thing captured that escapes explanation.
liner notes for the "Kind of Blue" album
The Zabludowicz Collection is delighted to announce the launch of the Zabludowicz Collection Curatorial Open, a major new opportunity to work with a contemporary art collection of international repute.
upcoming issue of Emerging Visions visionary art 'zine:
The theme is to be "Spacing Outward".
If you are interested, the link to the Submissions Guidelines is near the top of the "Contributors' Page" --
scroll down through the current issue:
feel free to send this message Outward
*Web Project Coordinator*
The Skirball Cultural Center seeks a motivated, experienced, positive, and
creative nonprofit communications professional as Web Project Coordinator.
The candidate will play a key role managing electronic communications,
including the Skirball website, as part of the External Affairs department,
which includes communications, marketing, publications, visitor services,
community relations and outreach, and membership.
The ideal candidate will be an eager web specialist with technical savvy,
including design experience and some aptitude for HTML editing. The
candidate must possess the ability to work both independently and with other
members of the External Affairs and I.T. teams. The position reports to the
The British library apparently is putting together a soundmap.
http://sounds.bl.uk/uksoundmap Here's the info on their web-site:
What does Britain sound like?
Join the British Library in creating the first nationwide sound map.
Take part by publishing recordings of your surroundings using the free
AudioBoo app for iPhone or Android smartphones or a web browser.
When uploading soundscape recordings via Audioboo, add the tag 'uksm'
and they'll appear on the SoundMap
NAISA Inquiries & general information:
New Adventures in Sound Art
Address: Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie St #252, Toronto, ON
Tel 416 652 5115
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Currently we are a small group of LA based philosophy students and community arts workers and educators. We have begun operating a site centered on arts/pedagogy/indigenism. Our site operates at:
We are looking for emerging arts educators and established arts educators interested in regular contributions in the following categories:
-Original arts based lesson planning
-Original youth arts projects based on local museum and gallery exhibits
-Interviews with educators/organizations and artists active in public practice or education.
-Illustrators/artists interested in sharing their work as coloring resources for educators
Music Center – Performing Arts Center of Los Angeles County is one
of the largest and most highly regarded performing arts centers in the
United States. Every year, almost 2 million people visit its four main
venues — Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Ahmanson Theatre, Mark Taper
Forum, and Walt Disney Concert Hall — along with its vibrant
collection of outdoor theatres, plazas, and gardens. The Music Center
produces a variety of programming including Glorya Kaufman Presents
Dance at the Music Center, Active Arts at the Music Center, along with
programming for children and families throughout the year. The Center
also provides extensive services and leadership in support of K-12 arts
education. The Music Center is home to four internationally acclaimed