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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Creative Divergents is now accepting submission for the Winter 2010 Showcase!
As a reminder, all subjects, styles, and media are welcome. Challenge, explore, push boundaries! The winning submission will receive a cash award and is determined by creative vision, innovation, potential to engage an audience, presentation (i.e. quality of the images submitted), and overall impression. And some great news - the award is being raised to $1,000!
Deadline for Winter 2010 Showcase: December 15, 2010 at 11:59pm EST
(Get your work in early to give it more time to be seen, commented on, and rated.)
Award: $1,000 (USD)
Only $5 fee per submission. Full details are available on the Creative Divergents website: http://creativedivergents.com/faqs/
1 October 2010
Jan van Eyck Academie
6211 KM Maastricht
The Jan van Eyck Academie is an institute for research and production where artists, designers and theoreticians work alongside each other.
The JVE has positions available in the Fine Art and Design Departments for the next academic year, starting on 1 January 2011. Artists are invited to submit proposals for individual research projects; designers can apply for one of the projects formulated by the department.
Ashkal Alwan calls for proposals for a documentary film that captures the cultural scene and artistic production developed in the Arab region over the course of the last decade. The goal of this project is to educate and to attract attention and interest in contemporary artistic and cultural production, as well as current cultural theoretical and policy-related debates in the MENA region, with a particular focus on Egypt, Palestine, and Lebanon.
30 September 2010
More information, application form & guidelines:
Posted on Art4Development, originally from The Times - The Australian
ARMIN Rohde is breathless. Not from his fencing lesson -- preparation for a stage performance of Cyrano de Bergerac -- but out of anger.
"What is happening to our cultural landscape?" fumes the 55-year-old, one of Germany's best-known character actors.
"Europe was different . . . exactly because we had theatres in every town, the best art collections, a sense of history and performance. And now what? We're shutting it all down to save the equivalent of a kid's pocket money!"
Videos that reflect the various ethnic groups living in Russia can be entered to a competition called "Multinational Russia." Deadline: August 10.
Videos can focus on a range of themes, including modernity, travel, ethnic groups and more.
The selection committee will select three winners who will receive cash prizes.
For more information (in Russian), click here.
Greenway Arts Alliance, a bridge non-profit for Fairfax High School that produces excellent and award-winning professional theatrical productions and provides unparalleled arts education opportunities for students, seeks to add a salaried Technical Director. Technical Director candidate should have production management and facilities management experience.
Sub_Urban Riot is seeking graphic artists with an interest in
architecture, industrial design, the natural environment and bicycle
culture to design men's t-shirts with universal appeal.
ABOUT SUB_URBAN RIOT
Sub_Urban Riot is a progressive lifestyle clothing brand based in Los
Angeles, CA with an emphasis on the urban bicyclist. We promote graphics
that are relevant and topical. We focus on icons and commentary that
are simple, but also wry. Designs can be literal, or more abstract.
Juxtaposition, repeated icons, contrast colors, gradients, and unique
design elements are encouraged.
Sub_Urban Riot is looking for new and fresh ideas to present to several
large retail chains. We are open to artistic interpretations of graphics