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"READ ME A POEM, YI SANG!" is an installation that is part of an exhibition and series of events in Paris and Seoul by a group of Korean and French artists inspired by the work of the enigmatic Korean poet Yi Sang ( 1910-1937, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yi_Sang )
In a small transparent suitcase there is an audio cassette, which contains a copy of a one hour sound composition based on my reading of French and English translations of Yi Sang's poems.
You are invited to send by email a photo (or image, drawing...) you made or some words that you wrote during/after your visit of the exhibition (or otherwise 'inspired' by Yi Sang) to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to inform you that we are now accepting applications for the 30th edition of ARCOmadrid, the International Contemporary Art Fair, to be held from 16th to 20th of February 2011.
The deadline to present application is July 30, 2010.
To be able to fill in the application, please follow the following steps:
1) If you were an exhibitor at ARCOmadrid_ 2010, you can download the Application form for the next edition of the Fair through the Ifema's Exhibitor Area on the web page www.arco.ifema.es ser expositor/zona de expositores
If you do not remember your password, please contact with Lineaifema:
From Spain 902 122 15 15 / International Calls (+34) 91 722 30 00
Argos Gallery is an independent organization formed by a group of
art professionals,devoted to the care, counseling and dissemination of
professional contemporary artists from around the world.
Our goal is to discover, support and promote artists whose speeches
that are considered trendsetters of today's art. We seek to connect
these international artists and establish a long-term relationship.
In this opportunity, Argos Gallery, is inviting to the first edition
of Global Faces of Contemporary Art who seek to give a contribution to
the art world,facilitating the dispersion of the global art
discourses, providing a bibliographic source for future generations,
promoting the quality and consistency of the artistic production and
Sonic Vigil V is the fifth annual sound art event held in Cork, Ireland and is curated by The Quiet Club.(Danny Mc Carthy& Mick O'Shea) This year we are issuing an OPEN CALL for Sound Works to be presented in four specially commissioned 'Sound Stations". These stations have been designed by students of the Cork Centre for Architectural Education and fabricated by them in the National Sculpture Factory. These four 'Sound Stations" will form part of the Sonic Vigil V event which will take place on Saturday the 17th July in St. Fin Barre's Cathedral, one of Ireland's architectural treasures http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Finbarre's_Cathedral Please send your works before July 10th to email@example.com
Or by post to
Sonic Vigil V
Cork Artists Collective
White Sleeve Album Series
first call for fixed media works
deadline: 30th September 2010
The project emerges out of a strong need to disassociate sound from
any constancy, reference or dogma ? especially from those related to
the post-renaissance western music tradition.
Everyone interested in participating should send a cd/dvd or usb-stick
with his ready-to-be-released album in high quality audio files in
the following address :
(White Sleeve Album Series)
33 Paloumpioti Str / Giatagana 41
(pls do not use registered mail or any other option that requires
physical presence to collect)
The submission should be completely anonymous. The envelope should
Great Leap is proud to present the latest round of COLLABORATORY, our free,
eight week mentorship program for emerging artists who are based in Los
Angeles. There are 12 openings for the Summer 2010 session.
Since 2005, COLLABORATORY has explored various themes and subject matter:
communities of color, immigration & democracy, and caring for the
environment. Our interfaith coalition-building piece Leaps of Faith, which
was developed over two Collaboratory sessions, recently had its world
premiere at the World Parliament of Religions in Melbourne, Australia
Collaboratory VIII ORDER TO GO deals with the most specific theme: the
Environmental Impact of Take-out Food Containers & Utensils
People increasingly are aware of how our small everyday choices impact the
18th Street Arts Center
2011 Exhibition Season Proposals Being Accepted through August 1, 2010
18th Street Arts Center is pleased to announce an open call for
exhibition proposals from artists for our 2011 season. Proposals are
based on an annual theme, which for 2011 is the idea of an artistic
‘Legacy’ (see website for more info http://18thstreet.org/get-involved/opportunities)
. Selected artist proposals receive an exhibition and a residency in
the 18th Street galleries. We are seeking proposals that include
public programming that promotes public dialogue as an important part
of the overall proposal.
For Legacy we are particularly interested in artists who worked in
Southern California between 1960 and 1990 in the areas of performance,
Job Opportunity- Teaching Artist
P.S. ARTS is currently seeking experienced substitute, part-time and
full-time teaching artists in Dance, Music, Theater and Visual Arts.
P.S. ARTS¹ mission is to improve the lives of children by bringing arts
education to underserved public schools and their communities.
· Develop a sequential, standards-based curriculum in the arts
· Teach an arts discipline across multiple grade levels
· Address the learning needs of diverse student populations
· Identify and plan cross curriculum connections in and across multiple
· Submit documentation of teaching practice, including curriculum,
lesson plans and assessments.
· Represent P.S. ARTS amongst multiple school community stakeholders,
THE WORLD'S FIRST NON-VISUAL RESIDENCY
NEW LIFE RESIDENCY is the world's first non-visual residency program for
artists. The residency is organized by Wooloo as a work of Manifesta 8, the
European Biennial of Contemporary Art, and will take place this fall in the
Region of Murcia, Spain.
For one week each, five artists will be selected to live and work in a dark,
visually distorted exhibition space. To support them in their life and work
for the week, the artist will collaborate with a local Murcian assistant who
In cooperation with her/his assistant, the artist will use the one-week
residency to create a guided tour of the non-visual space and experience in
which s/he is living. The blind assistant will be the guide of this tour in