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The Water Integrity Network (WIN) is sponsoring a photography contest for photographers around the world, which asks the question: what does water integrity mean and how can you visualize it? The deadline for submission is June 28 at midnight.
Entrants can submit up to three photos visualizing either the impact of corruption and/or the effort of anti-corruption work in the water sector. Each one should have a short conceptualized caption with a maximum of 30 words per caption.
A jury will select the winning photo and award the final prize of a trip to the Stockholm World Water Week 2009, from August 16 to 22, including a return economy class fair, visa/insurance fees, registration fees, per diems and accommodation for the entire week.
Call for projects for the Council of Europe "Cultural Event" label for 2009
The Council of Europe is launching a call for cultural and artistic projects which through their work convey strong messages related to the Council of Europe's mission and values and address key challenges of the European societies of today. This call is open to all disciplines of contemporary art: visual and video arts, music, dance, theatre, literature, poetry, cooking, etc. Deadline for submission is 30 June 2009. The application form and the guidelines can be found on: http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/cultureheritage/Aware/Events/default_en.asp#Top...
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and Cultural Events
Council of Europe
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Girls Gotta Run....to the Friendship Heights Village Center
Authors, filmmakers, electronic game designers and other media professionals are invited to submit works to the Population Institute for its 30th Annual Global Media Awards, which honor those who have contributed to creating an awareness of population problems through their journalistic efforts. Deadline: September 4.
Categories for submission include: article or series of articles, book, news service, online news service, radio show, film or mini-series, TV show, editorial cartoon, print editorial or broadcast commentary, online commentary or blog, serial drama and electronic or online game.
SPACE FOR CHANGE: New LINC Program Recognizes Innovation in
Development of Affordable Artist Spaces with Two Funding Opportunities
Through a funding collaboration between the MetLife Foundation and Ford Foundation, Leveraging Investments in Creativity (LINC) announces Space for Change: Building Communities Through Innovative Art Spaces.
2009 Digital Art L.A .-- International Call for Artists
Formatted announcement and complete prospectus:
Direct link for registration:
DigitalArt.LA 2009 International Call for Artists
Rita Gonzalez, L.A. County Museum of Art (LACMA)
Rex Bruce, Los Angeles Center for Digital Art
The L.A. Center for Digital Art announces an international call to
artists. All styles of artwork and photography where digital processes
of any kind were integral to their creation are acceptable: digital
art stills of any kind, digital photogaphy, short experimental time
based video, video loops, mobile media, interactive media, and
The Electric Lodge, a solar powered Visual and Performing Arts Center, in the heart of Venice, is now accepting proposals for a production in October - December 2009.
We are looking to host Dance, Music, Theater or Performance Art during that time span with a minimum run of one weekend and a maximum of 6 weekends. Prices are incredibly affordable. Please check website (www.electriclodge.org) for detailed rental information.
A week is considered Thurs-Sun up to 5 shows per week. We are a fully professional theater with ETC lighting equipment, 48 Dimmers and over 60 instruments. We have a FREE parking lot for patrons. Our theater, a black box, modular space, is currently set in our standard configuration to accommodate 97 people.
THE ARTS GO GREEN!
Arts:Earth Partnership Launches
at Santa Monica Museum of Art
Santa Monica, CA. (June 8, 2009) The Arts are going Green! The City of Santa Monica's Cultural Affairs Division and Office of Sustainability and the Environment's have created a unique partnership with Arts:Earth Partnership (AEP), a non-profit organization dedicated to helping the cultural and creative sector become sustainable. AEP is a voluntary coalition of cultural facilities, theaters, museums, dance studios, art galleries, performing arts companies and individual artists collectively committed to achieving environmental sustainability.