AMP connects artists and behind-the-scenes collaborators of all genres, including musicians, painters, performance artists, writers, dancers, and many more, with resources, opportunities, and personal connections. Many AMPers also provide free temporary lodging for other members. With thousands of members in 86 countries, AMP enthusiastically and energetically builds bridges between artists, audiences, and producers through our website, as well as at AMP-hosted parties and multimedia events worldwide. AMP is free to join. The only 'cost' is your energy and enthusiasm in building a global artistic community and helping fellow artists.
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Mustached Man In Black

Mustached Man In Black

lumps of paper mache, painted. this one has a fake mustache pasted on. real to him, fake to us.

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BlindEyeFace, so far

BlindEyeFace, so far

inchoate lumps of papier mache, painted.
The last few posted don't have bodies yet.

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Glitterface; Nov 2009

Glitterface; Nov 2009

lumps of papier mache, painted

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PainterFace; Nov.2009

PainterFace; Nov.2009

Painted lumps of papier mache

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RedFace Looking Askance; Nov. 2009

RedFace Looking Askance; Nov. 2009

faces painted on papier mache lumps. Acrylic paint

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Filmmaker in Residence Proposals sought, Interlochen, MI

The Motion Picture Arts (MPA) Division is still reviewing qualified
applicants for its second semester Filmmaker in Residence position. Please
feel free to pass this message on to any qualified applicants. Do not
hesitate to call or write with any questions concerning this opportunity.
If you cannot reach me directly please call MPA's administrative assistant
Deb Townsend at 231.276.7499 or townsenddl@interlochen.org.

RESPONSIBILITIES: The Filmmaker-in-Residence (FIR) for Production/Post
Production Emphasis is a one-semester position teaching secondary students
in the Motion Picture Arts Division. Teaching responsibilities include one
section of Production Workshop and one Post-Production Elective beyond the
scope of our production electives already offered: Lighting and

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Call for proposals, Le Petit Versailles, Manhattan, deadline Jan. 1, 2010

Announcing Le Petit Versailles
CALL FOR PROPOSALS 2010
Submission Postmark Deadline is January 1, 2010.

LPV was created in 1996 by Allied Productions and other neighborhood members
as a GreenThumb public garden located at 346 East Houston St. @ Avenue C in
the East Village. It is volunteer based and is dedicated to preserving the
vitality of NYC greenspace through the arts, broadening & enriching the
general public with performances, screenings, workshops and similar
activities that reflect our urban environment.

We present 6 months of public events May- November with music & film
series, visual art exhibitions and workshops. We are looking for unusual
ideas that address the environment, social and progressive issues and the

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Artist in Residence applications sought, Byrdcliffe Arts Colony, Woodstock NY (deadline March 1, 2010)

2010 Artist in Residence Program: The Byrdcliffe Arts Colony / The
Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, located in the Catskill Mountains, Woodstock, NY
USA. Founded as an Arts & Crafts community in 1903, it has been a haven for
visual artists, potters, writers, crafts people, musicians and theatre
artists for almost a century. The Residency Program offers writers, visual
artists and composers one-month residencies from June-September. The cost
per 4 week session is $300. (Playwrights US citizens only may apply for the
Handel Fellowship.) (Writers under the age of 35, who need financial
assistance, may apply for a $100 scholarship from The Patterson Fund.)
Fellowships available for artists!!

Deadline: March 01, 2010

Application fee: $35

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Art Opening: “Testimonies Two - Contemporary Ex-Votos”

Sobreviviendo, Andres E. Montoya

Curated by Raoul De la Sota

Yrneh Brown, Martin Charlot, Mita Cuaron, Ruth De Nicola, Diane Gamboa, Pat Gomez, Yolanda Gonzalez, Mark Steven Greenfield, Lucy Hagopian, Cidne Hart, Wayne Healy, Heriberto Luna, Dorothy Magallon, Rafael Matias, Susanna Meiers/Peter Liashkov, Andrés E. Montoya, Suzanne Siegel, Richard Turner

Artists’ reception -- Saturday evening, December 12, 2009 from 7 to 10 p.m.

The Avenue 50 Studio is proud to present Testimonies Two – Contemporary Ex Votos. Curator Raoul De la Sota has assembled a group of artists for a special exhibit focusing on the Mexican-rooted art form of the ex-voto.

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Art Opening: “Testimonies Two - Contemporary Ex-Votos”

Sobreviviendo, Andres E. Montoya

Curated by Raoul De la Sota

Yrneh Brown, Martin Charlot, Mita Cuaron, Ruth De Nicola, Diane Gamboa, Pat Gomez, Yolanda Gonzalez, Mark Steven Greenfield, Lucy Hagopian, Cidne Hart, Wayne Healy, Heriberto Luna, Dorothy Magallon, Rafael Matias, Susanna Meiers/Peter Liashkov, Andrés E. Montoya, Suzanne Siegel, Richard Turner

Artists’ reception -- Saturday evening, December 12, 2009 from 7 to 10 p.m.

The Avenue 50 Studio is proud to present Testimonies Two – Contemporary Ex Votos. Curator Raoul De la Sota has assembled a group of artists for a special exhibit focusing on the Mexican-rooted art form of the ex-voto.

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