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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Call for participation: A Show Of Hands (ASL)

Looking for people to contribute text to an upcoming public art project. Submitted slogans are translated into American Sign Language and then projected onto buildings. Send a message to your city!

Visit for more info. Send your texts to

Also looking for performers who are fluent in ASL. Please contact artist Ed Purver at, if you are interested in performing in this project.

from Franklin Furnace

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A. I. R. Gallery call for women artists, (deadline Oct. 2)

A.I.R. Gallery Presents a New Opportunity for Women Artists:


A Juried + Invitational Exhibition


In January 2010 A.I.R. Gallery will host "The Man I Wish I Was" a month-long, partially juried, partially invitational exhibition. In keeping with the feminist tradition of irreverent internal-critique and self-vigilance the intent of the show is to question how gender perception relates to personal identity.

We look forward to unanticipated perspectives and encourage an open interpretation of "The Man I Wish I Was."


October 2, 2009 at midnight online, 6pm if hand delivery, or postmark October 2 by mail.


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CALL FOR ARTISTS: Las Vegas Veterans' Memorial (deadline October 29)


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Missing Amsterdam

From a bike's perspective, riding around the Leideseplein area.

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Horses of a Lady

Horses of a Lady
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Subvision Festival for International Contemporary Art - Germany

Looks interesting:

subvision. kunst. festival. off.

Festival for International Contemporary Art

August 26 - September 6, 2009

subvision. kunst. festival. off.
Strandkai, HafenCity
Hamburg, Germany

Opening: August 26, 2009, 7 pm

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NPR Series: How Artists Make A Living

This is a great ongoing series on National Public Radio right now about how artists make a living. They've interviewed artists of all kinds - poets, dancers, writers, musicians, performers, and more. I'm really enjoying it.

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Call to Artists: Ventura Art Festival (deadline August 31)

Ventura Art Festival Announces “Call to Artists” and Fine Art Jury

November 14th festival to promote sale of fine art

The “Call to Artists” was launched in early July and extends through
the deadline of August 31st. The entire event will be enclosed in
one tent with an open courtyard. Artists need only bring their art
and exhibit tools. The Ventura Chamber of Commerce will host a VIP
viewing and presale to offer serious art buyers the opportunity to
purchase art before the public opening. Up to 50 juried artists will
showcase and sell their art during this one-day festival. Local
musicians will perform on stage and food vendors will offer fabulous
appetizers and wine for guests.

The fine art jury consists of:

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Barbican Art Gallery: Call for Applications for Curator (deadline September 7 / London)

Barbican Art Gallery

Call for Application: Curator

Application deadline: 7 September 2009

Barbican Art Gallery

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a creative and dynamic curator to join Barbican Art Gallery, a leading London venue for the presentation of modern and contemporary art, photography, architecture and design exhibitions. Part of the Barbican Centre, Europe's largest arts venue, the Gallery's activities take place in the context of a widely acclaimed programme of international music, dance, theatre, visual arts and cinema.

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Flights of Fancy at American Jewish University, Bel Air, CA

Grains of Connection

Dori Atlantis & Karen Frimkess Wolff have 2 large site specific installations at the Platt Gallery, American Jewish University.
Grains of Connection is made of salt, glass rocks and shards, adobe, branches, metal structure and monofilament.

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