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Vox Novus In collaboration with ICMC (International Computer Music
Conference 2010) is inviting composers to submit recorded works 60 seconds
or less in length to be included in its seventh annual 60x60 project. 60
compositions will be selected to be played continuously in a one-hour
The 60x60 concert season will have multiple performances in several
different mixes and multi-media throughout the world. Mixes planned for
60x60 2010 include the International Mix, 360 degrees of 60x60 at ICMC, the
UnTwelve Mix (including only microtonal works) as well as any other past mix
(i.e. Midwest Mix, UK Mix, etc) where more than 60 submissions are received.
Please submit a ZIP file containing the submission form and an AIFF
recording of the work at the ICMC website:
2nd City Council Art Gallery + Performance Space
Call for Photographers
Photography: Impact of a Medium
Film, Digital and Manipulated Images
Robbert Flick is a photographer and Professor of Fine Arts at the
University of Southern California. Flick grew up in Amersfoort,
Holland and studied at the University of British Columbia at
Vancouver. He received his M.F.A. from the University of California,
Los Angeles. He has exhibited work all over the world, with shows
at LACMA, the Hammer Museum, and the Getty Research Institute in Los
Angeles, SFMOMA in San Francisco, the National Museum of American Art
and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C., Deightor Hallen
in Hamburg, Vancouver Art Gallery in Vancouver, and Min Gallery in
Dance Camera West Film Festival Calls For Entry
Early Deadline: December 16, 2009
Final Deadline: January 15, 2010
Celebrating our 9th annual dance film festival, Dance Camera West
welcomes dance media in any dance style or genre. Categories include:
screendance, movement based film, short films, features, documentary,
installations, and interactive dance media.
Dance Camera West’s June 2010 festival will feature an international
selection of dance media and special screening events throughout the
month at prominent Los Angeles venues such as Walt Disney Concert
Hall’s REDCAT Theatre, Hammer Museum, American Cinematheque, Cheviot
Hills Recreation Center, and several new venues to be announced.
The 2010 festival will feature Southern California artists in the
H + F Curatorial Grant
3rd edition 2010/2011
Call For An Assistant Curator / Exhibition Coordinator
Application deadline: February 28, 2010
FRAC Nord – Pas de Calais (F),
de Appel arts centre (NL),
H + F Curatorial Grant
The "H+F Curatorial Grant" is an ambitious and original initiative which allows the FRAC Nord–Pas de Calais (Dunkirk/France) in close partnership with the private collector Han Nefkens (H+F Collection) and the de Appel arts centre (Amsterdam/NL), to give young international curators the opportunity to participate in the development of exhibition projects based on the collection of FRAC Nord-Pas-de- Calais.
iotaSalon: January 7th, 2010
Start out the new year by coming out to the iotaSalon on January 7th. The theme for this screening is Text and Speech. We will be examining works that explore the confluence of abstraction and language. What choices do artists make when using text in abstraction? How do speech and poetry compliment or complicate visuals?
We are still accepting submissions for the Salon, so if you have any work you would like to screen and discuss, please submit it to us.
For DVD submissions, please send to:
10401-106 Venice Blvd. #330
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Additionally, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with:
1. your name, and contact information
2. The title, date, and running time for the work
Filmmakers from around the world are encouraged to submit short films and documentaries to an international film competition being held in Jaipur, India. Deadline: December 31.
The Jaipur International Film Festival will be judging films in two categories: short films, not exceeding 15 minutes, and documentaries, not exceeding 30 minutes.
Submissions must have been shot between January 1, 2005 and December 31, 2009. If a film is in a language other than English or Hindi, English subtitles are required.
The Festival will designate a judging panel who will issue final decisions. Prizes and certificates will be awarded to directors and producers of winning submissions.
For more information and entry details, visit http://www.jiffindia.org/index.html.
A competition for Singaporean video makers invites submissions of video entries no longer than three minutes under the theme "Learn Media Live Media."
The Creative Video Awards welcomes video entries in four categories: Overall Best Video, Best Story, Best Picture and Best Audio. Winners will be announced on January 23, 2010. The overall best video will be awarded SGD3,000 (US$2,166) and other winners will receive SGD1,000 (US$722).
The competition is being held by the Singapore Media Academy.
For further information, click here.:
Filmmakers seeking to make social change through their work are encouraged to submit short films to Media that Matters Film Festival. Deadline: January 22, 2010.
Submission should be no longer than 12 minutes and and focus on social or environmental issues. This year's festival will focus on Media Literacy, Human Rights, LGBTQ & Sexual Identity, Youth Activism and International issues in particular. Entries must be submitted online (via a link) or through DVD.
Selected films will be screened in New York City.
Registration fees range from US$10 to $25. Submission is limited to two films per individual, while youth and community media centers may submit up to five films.
The festival is a project of Arts Engine, Inc.
For more information, please visit here.:
A leader in educating artists, designers, and scholars in the arts since
1866, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) now seeks
exceptional artists for full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty positions
in its undergraduate and graduate programs for Fall 2010.
SAIC seeks accomplished and versatile artists with relevant teaching
experience in contemporary approaches, concepts, techniques, and critical
issues as they pertain to current art practices in the departments of
Ceramics; Designed Objects; and Film, Video, and New Media production. For
its First Year Program, the School seeks a full-time faculty member who will
also fulfill the role of administrative director of the program. All
applicants are expected to include an artist's statement, a philosophy of