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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Watch Art Happen - Art Towers Call for Entries

Watch Art Happen - Art Towers Call for Entries

Simon Rodia took 33 years to build his towers in Watts, Gustave Eiffel built a famous tower in France and Antoni Gaudí created 18 towers as part of the Temple of the Sagrada Família in Spain. These towers soar above us but also inspire us. Some were built by men with extensive education, others by simple men with very little training. All were compelled to create something that motivates, either creatively or spiritually.

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Do you want to share your music?

YourPR has posted another episode of Morning Becomes Epileptic...

Listen to Ned Hardcore speak with executive producer Frank Lipari from the music label Unicrons. Frank talks to himself, shares about fairy-tale magical creatures and fills us in on how he’s producing Jesus’ new album during the second coming.

Also, listen to music from Unicrons’ bands: Media, Robbers and Consumer, and their songs 1982, Eager and Jack the Snake, respectively.

Check out Unicrons’ website: www.unicrons.com

Check out Robbers’ website: www.myspace.com/robbers

Check out Media’s website: www.myspace.com/themediaproject

Check out Consumer’s website: www.myspace.com/consumerpa

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YourPR has posted another episode of Morning Becomes Epileptic...

YourPR has posted another episode of Morning Becomes Epileptic...

Listen to Ned Hardcore speak with executive producer Frank Lipari from the music label Unicrons. Frank talks to himself, shares about fairy-tale magical creatures and fills us in on how he’s producing Jesus’ new album during the second coming.

Also, listen to music from Unicrons’ bands: Media, Robbers and Consumer, and their songs 1982, Eager and Jack the Snake, respectively.

Check out Unicrons’ website: www.unicrons.com

Check out Robbers’ website: www.myspace.com/robbers

Check out Media’s website: www.myspace.com/themediaproject

Check out Consumer’s website: www.myspace.com/consumerpa

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Mother / mother-: A.I.R. call for exhibition proposals, deadline July 1

Open A.I.R. – call for exhibition proposals
An open call for curatorial proposals from women artists, curators and art professionals for a one month exhibit to be held in 2010.
Deadline: July 1, 2009
For more information or to apply online visit www.airgallery.org

“Mother/ mother-” – call for entries
An open call for artwork (by men and women) made during a pregnancy or within 5 years of the birth of the artist’s child.
The work submitted does NOT need to pertain to parenting directly. The curator is interested in work that was made when the artist was engaged with the thrills and problems of parenting.
Deadline: July 1, 2009
For more information or to apply online visit http://www.airgallery.org

Please forward this to your friends and fellow arts organizations.

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Applications for the 2009 William H. Johnson Prize now available online (deadline July 31)

Applications for the 2009 William H. Johnson Prize are now available online at http://www.whjohnsongrant.org

Please note that the due date for all applications is July 31, 2009, several months earlier than in past years. Applicants are advised to take note of the change so that they do not miss the deadline. The 2009 William H. Johnson Prize is 25,000 USD and the winner will be announced in September 2009.

The William H. Johnson Foundation for the Arts is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization that seeks to encourage African American artists early in their careers through its annual award, The William H. Johnson Prize. Early career African American artists who work in painting, photography, sculpture, printmaking, installation and/or new genre are eligible to apply.

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Umami food and art festival 2010 deadline extended to June 30

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

UMAMI: food and art festival, 2010

New York City

www.umamifestival.com

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