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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Apply to be a Volunteer Artist in Central America!


Project Title: Art for Social Action
Organization: ArtCorps
Special Skills: Spanish fluency; Artistic training in any media
Locations: Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador
Cost: $1,500 for personal expenses, roundtrip airfare, deposit
Project Duration: 12 months
Age: College graduate with community work experience
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Residency at Labor, Budapest: Call for Applications (deadline June 13)

Vendegter (Guest space) – residency application

Képíró u. 6.
1053 Budapest

Labor (1053 Budapest, Képíró u. 6.)
Residency dates:
July, August, 2010
Applications should be e-mailed to

Deadline for applications:
June 13, 2010

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National Storytelling Conference - Woodland Hills (Los Angeles Area / late July/early August)

Many Stories: One World is the theme for the National Storytelling
Conference to be held at the Warner Center Marriott Woodland Hills, Ca. Wed. July
28 through Sunday, August 1, 2010. The Conference has over 100 workshops,
performances, lectures, fringe concerts and story slams. It offers a chance to
mingle with the leading movers and shakers in the storytelling world --
people like Willy Claflin, Antonio Rocha, Diane Ferlatte and Nancy Donoval. Over
500 participants are expected to attend.

Conference is open to the public. Tickets can be purchased for the entire
Conference package or for single events, starting at $10. Conference will
appeal to anyone who has an interest in storytelling such as parents,

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Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival is accepting 2011 submissions (deadline August 31)

The Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival (LAWTF), a multicultural
festival of solo artist, is accepting submissions for its Eighteenth
Annual Festival on March 24-27, 2011.

LAWTF is seeking female solo performers of all ethnicities and ages with
original performance pieces: actors, performance artist, dancers,
comedians, storytellers, singers, and performance poets from throughout
the world.

Send LAWTF your DVD depicting the entire and exact program under
consideration for the Festival (cued to 10 minute viewing segment of
your entire piece). Your submission must be clear and audible for
viewing. Please do not send audition tapes with only a collage of your
performances. We must see a real time excerpt of your work. Up to 30

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Bronx-based video art sought

Looking for video work created by Bronx-based video artists

I am interested in short videos created by professional artists living in
the Bronx, and working with the subject of the City, communities within the
City and the urban space. I am not looking for documentary work. The videos
selected will be exhibited in Spain and in the Bronx as part of "Born
Again", a Bronx-wide project to be presented with the Bronx Council on the
Arts and Lehman College Art Gallery.

If interested, please contact Nicolas Dumit Estevez at

from Franklin Furnace

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Call for movie submissions, deadline July 31


Commemorating 105 anniversary of the first movie ever made (46 seconds
long) “La Sortie de l'Usine Lumière à Lyon “ (“Workers leaving Lumiere
factory in Lyon”) by Brother’s Lumiere, Project 59 Seconds Video Festival in
cooperation with First Ural Industrial Biennale of Contemporary Art in
Ekaterinburg is announcing initiated by Biennale commissar Alisa Prudnikova
a special call for video works:

59 seconds about industrial or postindustrial environments, industrial
objects or processes, life and labor of workers, industrial landscapes and
worker’s unions, industrial music, industrial piercing or any other aspect
that relate to industrial theme.

Industrial revolution influenced avant-guard art of the beginning of 20th

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Call for Submissions: Video Art (deadline June 25)


We wish to nourish and create new opportunities for the presentation and encouragement of newer and less popular forms of artistic expression. As well as to further encourage an international community of artists of all disciplines and social circles.
We are holding a MiniVideoArt Festival on August 20th 2010 at Eyedrum Gallery in Atlanta GA
Please submit all Videoart submissions either to or email for physical address.
Although once selected you will be asked to mail physical copy.

Deadline June 25th

Thank You

from soundasart

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Competition seeks photos reflecting urbanization in Russia (deadline September 1)

Russian photographers are encouraged to submit photos to the competition "Forgotten by Urbanization." Deadline: September 1.

Entries should reflect the contrast between past and future in the present, and the pressure of technology which deletes traditional sceneries.

The winners of the competition will be selected by online voting and will receive prizes.

To get more information (in Russian), visit

from Art4Development

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Printmaking: Call for Submissions (deadline June 30)

Call for Submissions: 2nd Penang International Print Exhibition 2010

Penang State Museum and Art Gallery together with The School of the Arts, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) will hold the Second International Penang Printmaking Exhibition at The Penang State Art Gallery as well as at The Tuanku Fauziah Museum and Gallery, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia, from 16 September to 15 October 2010.

Participation to the exhibition is open to all printmaking artists from around the world. Each artist may submit a maximum of four prints. Participation is free of charge, each artist must donate at least one print to our permanent collection.

All form and variations of two-dimensional printmaking techniques are acceptable.

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