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CIWEM (The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management) runs the Environmental Photographer of the Year, which is one of the fastest growing photographic competitions in the world. In 2009 we received nearly 2,500 entries from photographers in over 60 countries.
This is a serious competition that seeks to celebrate photographers who use their ability to raise awareness of environmental and social issues. It is open to all professional and amateur international photographers of any ages and encourages entries that are contemporary, creative, experimental, resonant, original and beautiful.
The 2010 categories are:
Mott MacDonald's Changing Climates
The Natural World
Quality of Life
Innovation in the Environment (New)
The Underwater World (New)
International Master Programme in Curating Art, including Management and Law, 120 ECTS credits
Next course starting August 2010
15th January, 2010
Curating Art specialises in the combination of art management, art history, law and practical curatorial work in a composition that is unusual in comparison to similar courses internationally. The academic level of the education is in keeping with the university environment. We encourage applications from persons within the academic field as well as with curatorial and artistic experience.
Call for Artists: Night Dive at the Aquarium of the Pacific
Deadline: Tuesday, January 12, 2010 at 6:00 p.m.
Eligibility: The competition is open to all emerging artists working in Southern California. All forms of TWO-DIMENSIONAL painting, drawing, photography, graphics, printmaking, digital and installation art are eligible. Entrants must be 18 years of age or older to apply.
Call for Art! The Aquarium of the Pacific is accepting images via JPEG format to be juried for its upcoming "Night Dive" event.
THE WENDE MUSEUM was founded in 2002 to ensure that a comprehensive record of life, expression, and political developments in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union during the Cold War is preserved and accessible. Located in Culver City, CA, the Wende actively acquires and conserves artifacts, personal histories, and documentary materials, presents exhibitions and programs, and promotes scholarship and education. Visit www.wendemuseum.org to learn more.
The Altadena Library District is seeking artists of all mediums to
display their work in our Community Room. All experience levels,
individual artists, and collaborative teams are welcome.
Art Displays will be held monthly in 2010 (check for available months)
If you are interested, please send an email with a photos of your work
(small jpeg files please) or a link to your website to Tina Wallin @
The District reserves the right to decide what is appropriate for
display in the presence of minors. The Library reserves the right to
reject any part of the exhibit or to change the manner of display.
from LA Culture Net
Assistant Director of Development, Major Gifts
The Los Angeles Opera has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Director of Development, Major Gifts who will be responsible for overseeing the patron program and implementing various strategies to acquire new donors and renewals of gifts. Some activities will include hosting meals with donors and prospects, attending performances, and otherwise representing the L.A. Opera in a positive fashion to the donor community.
Qualified candidates will have a BA or BS degree in a related field or equivalent experience in addition to at least 5 years of experience in development, especially for a non-profit arts organization. This position must be prepared to work nights and weekends as needed.
NYSCA individual artists grant deadline Jan. 15, 2010
The Standby Program will accept projects for registration until January 15, 2010
The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) awards grants of up to
$25,000 for the production of film, video, media or new technology project.
Because NYSCA cannot fund individuals directly, all applications to the
Individual Artists program must be submitted through a fiscal sponsor like
The Standby Program.
All genres are eligible to apply. Please note that eligible documentary
projects are currently restricted to those in post-production and require a
15-minute work sample as part of the application.
NYSCA's eligibility & guidelines:
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, seeks net art/ interactive
media faculty, deadline Feb. 12, 2010
Regular Full-Time Faculty in Net Art / Interactive Media
The School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA) is conducting a search for a
regular full-time faculty position in net art. Position will begin September
The SMFA seeks a practicing artist/designer with a portfolio of net art,
including web based art, networked art, software art and new media that
expands to other disciplines such as photo, sound, video, installation,
animation, performance or book arts. The ideal candidate will demonstrate an
ability to work across media with students and faculty.
We are seeking an educator who has a strong grounding in theoretical,