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Fast Frwrd to the Big Screen Film Festival - CALL FOR ENTRIES
Type: Music/Arts - Exhibit
Start Time: Saturday June 19th, 2010 at 5:30pm
End Time: Saturday June 19th, 2010 at 9:00pm
Location: Delancey Street Screening Room
Street: 600 Embarcadero
City/Town: San Francisco, CA
In coordination by Kim and Joon Events, Fast Frwrd is accepting submissions for the
Fast Frwrd to the Big Screen Film Festival
Celebrating high spirited films, animations, webisodes, and tv pilots
Submission deadline: June 10th, 2010
Festival dates: June 19th, 2010 (Saturday)
Eligibility: All pieces must be 2 minutes - 40 minutes in length.
The first characteristic of Islamic art is a limitation set by Islamic law (Hadith): Images of living beings, human or animal, are forbidden. This is because of the emphasis on the unity and singularity of God, and the prohibition against idol worship.
... making images of animals or humans is to challenge Allah who created all things.
Medrar for Contemporary Art calls for submissions for its 4th International Video Festival, which will be hosted by the Goethe-Institut in downtown Cairo.
Initiated by the Cairo-based artists' initiative Medrar for Contemporary Art in 2005, this festival continues its focus on providing a platform for sharing and discussing newly produced high concept / low budget experimental videos.
Based on a call for works by emerging artists, the festival program takes on the format of a concise series of video screenings, accompanied by talks and discussions with video-makers and curators to tackle some of the key issues presented in the works.
Submission deadline: 15 June 2010
More information and application form:
Independent filmmakers in the Arab world are invited to apply for project funding grants that aim to stimulate and support artistic creativity and freedom of cultural expression in the Arab World. Deadline to apply is August 31.
The funding is offered by the Arab Fund for Arts & Culture initiative (AFAC), a nonprofit organization providing direct financial assistance to independent artists and cultural institutions across the Arab region.
AFAC also invites individuals, NGOs, cultural and educational organizations, governmental bodies and private companies working in culture and arts in the Arab World to send in project proposals in the fields of Independent Filmmaking, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Literature, Research, Workshops and capacity building.
The Cultural Center of the Inter-American Development Bank announces the call for the V Inter-American Biennial of Video Art to be held in December 2010 at the IDB Cultural Center Art Gallery in Washington, D.C.
The objectives of the Biennial are to: 1) stimulate the creative use of video, and encourage the Latin American and Caribbean artists to use their abilities to formulate original and imaginative proposals with the help of video technology; and 2) broaden the discussion of factors that affect the social, cultural and economic environments of Latin American and Caribbean countries.
The Fourth Annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards will return to Australia's Gold Coast on December 2. Submissions must be from the Asia Pacific region and be submitted by August 23.
Eligible films must have a credible screening prior to being accepted by APSA.
For all entry requirements, visit the official Web site here:
Located in the historical center of Lima, Perú, Escuelab offers a residency program to young artists, creators and activists from Latin America, in particular from the Andean region, Central America and the Caribbean. The program hosts annually up to 10 participants as scholarship holders for a period of 11 months, offering an interdisciplinary formation with the possibility of developing an own project.
- Flight ticket
- monthly allowances
Duration: 11 months, with extension to 6 more months
Sponsors: ATA (Alta Tecnología Andina), Prince Claus Foundation, Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo (AECID).
Deadline: 26 July 2010.
Program start: 4 October 2010.
More information and application form:
Women around the world are invited to submit non-fiction essays on the topic of "holding hands," for publication in the upcoming issue of World Pulse, a magazine that tells of global issues through the eys of women. Works will also be published online, and the top three stories will receive US$100. Deadline: June 4.
World Pulse invites writers to tell a story about "holding hands," which might explore themes of mentorship, connection, taboo, solidarity, violence, relationships, sensuality, family, love, friendship, healing, bridging difference, or anything in between. Full guidelines are available on the Web site.
Submissions are now being accepted for the CL!CK About It worldwide photo competition, which aims to create a mosaic of images from all corners of the globe to showcase how local communities are developing. Deadline: June 28.
The contest aims to display signs of economic, social, cultural or climactic shifts in neighborhoods around the world.
The top winner will receive a Canon Digital Rebel camera, and second and third place winners will receive FLIP Mino HD cameras. The contest is sponsored by the European Journalism Center.
For more information, click here:
Armory Center for the Arts Teaching Artist Fellowship
The Armory Center for the Arts is seeking visual artists to participate in nine-month Teaching Artist training and teaching program.
Learn to teach children ages 6-17 through gallery tours and hands-on art making workshops dealing with interactive educational techniques in a contemporary art context.
The Fellows participate in a series of training sessions throughout the first three months, which emphasize interactive methods and idea-based teaching processes. Fellows also receive one-on-one guidance and mentoring by experienced artists as they learn about and assist in other Armory programs.
- $5000 per Fellowship