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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URGENT CALL for LAPTOP MUSICIANS Bring Your Own Laptop Event in Montreal this Friday

手向け TAMUKE

Offrandes pour le Japon / Offerings for Japan

April 1, 2011 from 8PM to 3AM
SAT, 1201, Boulevard Saint-Laurent

Open Call to all Laptop/iPhone Musicians in Montréal

Bring Your Own Laptop Orchestra

matralab (Hexagram Concordia) in collaboration with the SAT (Société des arts technologiques)
is organizing an artistic response to the disasters in Japan (see the website for more info).
The event will take place this Friday at the SAT, 1201, Boulevard Saint-Laurent in Montréal.

Around midnight we would open the stage for all Laptop/iPhone musicians to come together
and create a collective sound work, led and inspired by Eldad Tsabary, founder and director of the Concordia Laptop Orkestra (CLOrk).

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The Rediscovery of Wonder Call for Artists - Deadline April 10, 2011

Red House by Cynthia Rogers

http://www.larkgalleryonline.com
In celebration of the 2011 TED Conference theme "The Rediscovery of Wonder", which reflects the sense of wonder and exuberance that children naturally possess and enables artists to create their best work, LarkGallery Online and national nonprofit The Dreaming Zebra Foundation have initiated the competition to invite artists worldwide to respond to this theme, and to create and present their artwork for juried competition and exhibition, while raising funds to support Arts Education for students in need throughout the country.

Prizes:

Artists accepted into our International Exhibition will have their art showcased on LarkGallery Online and linked to their own websites for a year.

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Red House by Cynthia Rogers

Red House by Cynthia Rogers
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Job Openings for Third National Asian American Theater Conference

The Consortium of Asian American Theaters and Artists (CAATA) is looking for extremely organized individuals with excellent people skills to help coordinate the conference and festival portions in key positions of the Third National Asian American Theater Conference and Festival from June 16-26, 2011 in Los Angeles.

CAATA is looking for Los Angeles residents with experience in conference or festival organizing, or marketing/pr of Asian American events, or stage management, or technical theater. A knowledge of the Asian American community as well as a passion for Asian American theater is helpful. The ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced environment with a calm demeanor is required. There is some pay. Some positions start immediately.

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Job Opportunity - Special Events Coordinator at LA Opera

Special Events Coordinator

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"Art and Democracy" -- Call for Art, deadline 4/18

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION — by and for: art and democracy

Exhibition Dates: June 11 to July 3, 2011

Organized by the Southern California Women's Caucus for Art, this
exhibition seeks to inspire a public conversation on democracy and art
as part of a year-long democracy initiative at Avenue 50 Studio that
includes exhibitions and programs supported, in part, by a California
Council for the Humanities grant.

We encourage Southern California artists at all career levels whose
artwork addresses the topic of art and democracy to submit works that
speak-to and question the shifting meanings of freedom and equality,
censorship and civil liberties and specifically consider the role of
art in a democracy. Or, simply put, does democracy need art?

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Job Opportunity: Ford Amphitheatre Assistant House Manager

Assistant House Manager

The John Anson Ford Amphitheatre is seeking an experience, qualified
Assistant House Manager for the over 100 performances presented at the
Ford Amphitheatre this spring and summer. The 1241-seat outdoor Ford
Amphitheatre is set in the Hollywood Hills just across from the
Hollywood Bowl and features multi-cultural events including music,
dance, and film festivals. The Ford Amphitheatre Season is a program of
the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Under supervision of the House Manager, perform a variety of duties for
theatre performances, including overseeing house staff and patron
services to ensure the smooth operation of events at all performances
from April through October. Responsibilities include coordinating

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Visiting Scholar of Film & Media Studies at Occidental College

The Film & Media Studies Program in the Art History & Visual Arts Department
at Occidental College invites applications for

a visiting scholar for a 1-year full-time, terminal appointment. Candidates
must demonstrate a personal research emphasis in transnational/global media
and/or American media through a race/ethnic studies perspective.

The position entails teaching five courses including *Aesthetics of Cinema*,
*Topics in International Cinema*, and *Topics in American Cinema*, mentoring
3-4 critical thesis projects, and programming with students a semester of
the Oxy Cinematheque Screening Series around questions of “diversity and
representation.”

Occidental’s Film & Media program integrates theory and practice, and the

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Art&Education announces inaugural Papers Prize: No Rules–Negotiating Art and Deregulation

Deadline:
May 25th, 2011

artandeducation.net

In support of young scholars conducting innovative research in contemporary art, Art&Education is pleased to announce a Call for Papers for its inaugural Papers Prize, which includes a research sum of 2000 USD and the opportunity to present a paper at a conference, organized by Artforum & e-flux co-sponsored by Society of Contemporary Art Historians, on the subject of the deregulation in art practice and history.

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The Skaftfell & D.R.A. Workshop in autumn 2011 - Iceland

Skaftfell - Center for Visual Art
Austurvegur 42
710 Seydisfjordur
Iceland
Phone: +354 472 1632 / +354 869 5107
Fax: +354 472 1632
skaftfell@skaftfell.is
http://skaftfell.is/en/workshopsseminars/

The workshop is two weeks long.
The workshop is available to groups of 8 undergraduate/graduate students.
The 2011 workshop in October will be lead by Bjorn Roth, professor of the DRA.
Registration deadline: May 2011

The Skaftfell & Dieter Roth Academy Workshop

The core of the workshop is action; going from idea to a finished product in the span of two weeks in the small fishing village of Seydisfjordur located in the narrow East-fjords of Iceland.

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