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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
27 / 28 November
RijksakademieOPEN 2010 / Residency 2012
The Rijksakademie Residency in Amsterdam is an international place of research and production for emerging professional artists from all over the world. Resident artists work in an individual studio for one to two years on research, experiment, projects and production. Next to technical facilities there are a library and an artists' documentation centre. The Rijksakademie also organizes the Prix de Rome, manages historical and contemporary collections and makes them accessible by way of publications and presentations.
On November 27 and 28 the Rijksakademie is OPEN.
During RijksakademieOPEN 2010 more than 50 artists will show their work.
– Open Call –
KW Institute for Contemporary Art
F +49. 30. 24 34 59 88
Within the framework of the 7th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art in 2012, curated by Artur Żmijewski, artists from all over the world are requested to send in their artist material for a research investigation, following the conditions below.
We accept artistic material in hard copy formats not bigger than A3 (297 x 420 mm or 11.69 x 16.54 in.), printed images, digital data, as well as DVDs.
PDFs in A4 (297 mm x 210 mm or 11.7 x 8.3 inches) or fax will also be accepted.
Please do not send any original artworks.
Date: November 27 – January 15, 2011
Firelei Baez -Darlene Charneco- Priscila De Carvalho - Alexis Duque - Magdalena Murua - Martín Perez Agrippino.
Project Room: Maneem (Dream) by Teresa Diehl
Opening reception November 27th, 7-10pm
This collective brings together a multitude of imaginary landscapes with haunted scenes, massive architectural structures invaded by wicked nature, visions of overcrowded or devastated cities, brick walls in desolated areas, and artificially created parks and communities. Combined they depict personal interpretations of a sprawling world and
evidence of the need for a space for reflection amidst the bewilderment generated by our surroundings.
Praxis International Art
2nd Avenue, Miami FI 33127
Wynwood Art District 2219 NW
Cityworks Design is seeking up to four artists who have a history working on the Eastside to join their Preliminary Design Team on the Eastside Access Project, a Measure R funded project intended to use urban design to enhance the streetscape and improve linkages for four Metro Gold Line Stations and their surrounding neighborhoods.
The selected artist(s) will use their expertise and knowledge of the local community to identify public art opportunities while adding their artistic influence to the conceptual design of elements in the public right of way. These ideas should be reflective of the local community, buildable and easy to maintain.
REPRINTED FROM TCG CIRCLE
Acting Together On The World Stage, The Round Up
by AUGUST SCHULENBURG
in GOING GLOBAL
Here at the TCG Circle, we’ve been going global through our recent interview series with the international theatre artists who participated in Theatre Without Borders recent conference, Acting Together On The World Stage.
Now for the big picture: Marcy Arlin of Immigrants Theatre Project rounds up the exciting events of the Conference itself!
Round up, Theatre & Peacebuilding, by Marcy Arlin
In places and times of great suffering, there are still reasons to celebrate.
– Ali Mahdi, Albugaa Theatre, Sudan