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Job Opportunity- Teaching Artist
P.S. ARTS is currently seeking experienced substitute, part-time and
full-time teaching artists in Dance, Music, Theater and Visual Arts.
P.S. ARTS¹ mission is to improve the lives of children by bringing arts
education to underserved public schools and their communities.
· Develop a sequential, standards-based curriculum in the arts
· Teach an arts discipline across multiple grade levels
· Address the learning needs of diverse student populations
· Identify and plan cross curriculum connections in and across multiple
· Submit documentation of teaching practice, including curriculum,
lesson plans and assessments.
· Represent P.S. ARTS amongst multiple school community stakeholders,
THE WORLD'S FIRST NON-VISUAL RESIDENCY
NEW LIFE RESIDENCY is the world's first non-visual residency program for
artists. The residency is organized by Wooloo as a work of Manifesta 8, the
European Biennial of Contemporary Art, and will take place this fall in the
Region of Murcia, Spain.
For one week each, five artists will be selected to live and work in a dark,
visually distorted exhibition space. To support them in their life and work
for the week, the artist will collaborate with a local Murcian assistant who
In cooperation with her/his assistant, the artist will use the one-week
residency to create a guided tour of the non-visual space and experience in
which s/he is living. The blind assistant will be the guide of this tour in
Hope is the feeling that represents the possibility to get what we wish, which means that is related to desires. In that sense, the body moves in a smooth way and thus we adopt an attitude of tranquility, trying and waiting to reach this desire.
Green combined with blue and yellow were chosen as a colours combination for hope (Eva Heller-"Psicology of colour")
Deadline for applications:
10 July 2010
The Bambi Foundation: Call for applications
The Bambi Foundation supports contemporary non-object art projects, with an emphasis on experimental cinema and projected image installations. The foundation accepts proposals from a wide range of artists, disciplines and medium, and focuses on works that cannot be easily accommodated by market-based art scenes. It offers up to 8,000 euro per project and even more, depending on the requirements of the project.
In the previous year the foundation has supported projects of artists such as Brice Dellspreger, Catherine Sullivan, Mirjam Thormann and Adam Rabinowitz.
12 July 2010
THE NETHERLANDS MEDIA ART INSTITUTE
The Netherlands Media Art Institute (NIMk) focuses on new technologies and visual art. It presents and distributes media art, provides access to and conservation services for collections, facilitates artists' residencies and performs technical research. The Institute is a point of departure and home port for both new talents and established names.
Through projects and events the NIMk reaches as wide an audience as possible, off and on-line, both in its own premises and through projects by third parties, in The Netherlands and other countries.