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we the people want peace
not "peace with honor"
peace is honor enough
so a street performer, busker, dies more than any performer.
is that true
well if one smile is worth one clap, prolly not
hours to dollars we lose. long hours low dollars
expand on that ?
jus layin the ground rules to my mental state
this is alzhiemers for beginners
when did it start ?? what?
could you help us out ?
do you know who we were ?
i may forget i am
so if you could sing sing one of our favorite songs for us
we have two small puppets
new clear arms
just for you
crazy in america
Helsinki International Artist Programme
Baltic Art Center
Fabrikken for Kunst og Design
Nordisk Kunstnarsenter Dalsåsen
Temple Bar Gallery & Studios
Paths Crossing Production Residencies: Call for Applications
You are eligible to apply if you live and are professionally based in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, Estonia, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Poland, Romania or Slovakia.
V INTERNATIONAL PRIZE FOR CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY PILAR CITOLER 2010
NOVEMBER 18-21/ 2010
CARROUSEL DEL LOUVRE
PILAR CITOLER´S INTERNATIONAL PRIZE FOR CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY is a contemporary oriented photography contest that had its first edition on 2006 in Paris, coinciding with PARIS-PHOTO. This year, 2010, will be its fifth edition. To mark this occasion an assembly with specialized press will be conducted on November 17th, in collaboration with the Spanish Embassy in Paris.
Works for the fifth edition can be submitted from November 24th to December 3rd, 2010 (For guidelines go to: www.premiopilarcitoler.es).
Thanks to Linda Vallejo for posting this on LA Culture Net:
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*ASSISTANT PRODUCTION MANAGER*
*Skirball Cultural Center*
The Skirball is seeking a full-time Assistant Production Manager,
responsible for assisting with the technical production of a wide variety of
programs and events for the Skirball Cultural Center such as concerts,
lectures, literary readings, film, multi-media, dance, site-specific
performances, and festivals. Work schedule is varied and includes some
evenings and weekends.
1. Assists in coordinating all activities relative to the production of
public events including
- Setting up and operating technical equipment
- Creating stage and event set-ups per artist specifications;
- Participating in development of facilities usage plan for events;
Job Description: Gallery Director for TAG Gallery
TAG Gallery, a cooperative artist gallery located in Santa Monica's Bergamot
Station is in search of a dynamic, friendly, hard-working individual to
serve as their part-time Gallery Director. Regular work hours for this
position are Wednesday through Saturday 11-5 pm. The Director will also need
to work one opening reception per month on a Saturday night, attend a
general membership meeting once a month on Thursday evenings, and assist
with exhibit hanging one Sunday or Monday per month. This is a salaried
position with additional commission pay plus vacation days.
- attend to all the needs of the day-to-day functioning of the
gallery including warmly welcoming and interacting with all visitors;
The City College of New York, CUNY
CUNY announces new MFA program
[DIAP] MFA in Digital and
Interdisciplinary Art Practice
Application deadline for Fall 2011: February 1, 2011
The City College of New York, CUNY
Department of Art,
138th Street and Convent Avenue, CG109
New York, NY 10031
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Introducing the Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice [DIAP] MFA
program at The City College of New York, CUNY.
Develop a critical art practice using a research perspective to explore the
relationship between technology and art. Students in the two-year MFA