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William Mitchell was born in the early part of 1960 to two educators in Phenix City, Alabama. In 1976 he attended Auburn University, majoring in commercial art, learning to paint and design while also maintaining a strong interest in English Literature. In the 1980s at California State University Long Beach his interest in drawing student dancers eventually led to his MFA exhibition entitled "People Who Dance".
ARCOmadrid_ 2010 CALL FOR GALLERIES
We are pleased to inform you that we are now accepting applications for the 29th edition of ARCOmadrid, the International Contemporary Art Fair, to be held from 17th to 21st of February 2010, with Los Angeles as Guest City.
The deadline to present application is 5th of June, 2009.
Application forms can be downloaded from ARCOmadrid website:
For any queries, please contact with email@example.com
CALL FOR ENTRIES
DIGit is now accepting audio and video submissions for the 2009 DIGit
Festival, taking place June 12–14, 2009
Over $2000 in cash prizes will be awarded for excellence in digital art
Sponsored by the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, DIGIT encourages creative
and technical excellence and experimentation among individual artists and
small groups working with digital tools. DIGIT is funded in part by a grant
from the Electronic Media Program of the New York State Council on the Arts.
For more information, call (845) 252-7576 or visit www.ArtsAllianceSite.org.
from Franklin Furnace
Deadline: May 30, 2009
Art in Odd Places (AiOP) 2009: SIGN invites proposals from visual and
performing artists interested in the spectacle of daily urban life. In its
5th edition, AiOP takes place on 14th Street, NYC from October 1-26, 2009.
We encourage artists and performers to explore its length and diversity,
tease out its history and intervene imaginatively to encourage visitors,
workers and inhabitants to discover it anew. AiOP 2009 is inspired by the
many meanings of SIGN: Direction. Ban. Authority. Solidarity. Advertisement.
Ownership. Gesture. Enticement. Omen. Signature. Trace. We are looking for
work that is as much a sign of the times as a signpost to possibilities. Our
interests include but are not limited to artist proposals for walks, tours
For our 2010 exhibition year, 18th Street Arts Center is seeking
proposals from artists, teams of artists, and curators which addresses
a common theme; the status of our creative economy.
Theme: Status Report: The Creative Economy
Selected proposals will be offered:
Three month residency at 18th Street Arts Center
Fee ranging from $2500-5000 to complete the proposed project
Will be presented during our quarterly Art Nights, as either an
exhibition, or a public project
For more info please visit our website at:
18th Street Arts Center
from LA Culture Net
Son of Semele Ensemble is looking for companies and artists interested in
performing at their venue on either Wed/Thurs nights or on Sundays through
the month of May.
*There is no rental fee, however all box office revenue will be split 50/50.
* Productions/Performances that emphasize departures from conventional
form, content and/or style will be given priority. The performances will be
done on the existing lighting plot and set for Son of Semele's next
production, "THE DESIGNATED MOURNER" by Wallace Shawn. This is an
excellent opportunity for someone to put up a production in partnership with
Son of Semele.
-- Silver Lake location
-- 35-40 seats
-- Stage dimensions are 18' wide x 22' deep x 14' tall
-- Floor is spung wood on foam pads
Calls for Entries:
SHY RABBIT Print National: A National Juried Exhibition
August 15 - September 26, 2009
Submission Deadline: June 17, 2009 (Postmarked)
June 17, 2009, 12:00pm (Online)
Submit Entries by Mail or Online @:
JUROR: Michael D. Barnes
Associate Professor of Art and Head of the Printmaking program at
Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Illinois.
This exhibition is open to any artist 18 years of age or older.
Original contemporary works in traditional and nontraditional
printmaking media including book arts, three-dimensional and mixed
CALL FOR ARTISTS, SoundWalk2009: Artists who utilize, in any manner, sound in their work are invited to submit to the Sixth Annual SoundWalk event to be held in Long Beach CA on Saturday, October 3, 2009. Please visit www.soundwalk.org for submission requirements and details.
Deadline for submissions is Wednesday, July 1st, 2009. Feel free to forward this email to those individuals or groups you think might be interested in submitting.
Call for Submissions:
Sacred Memories: Cross-Cultural Celebrations
of Day of the Dead
From October 19 to November 27, 2009, El Pueblo Historical Monument will present Sacred Memories: Cross-Cultural Celebrations of Day of the Dead. Sacred Memories follows El Pueblo's acclaimed 2007 exhibition which explored celebrations that venerate the departed including Dia de los Muertos, first observed by the indigenous people of Latin America, China's Qingming, and other rituals practiced in United States, Europe, Africa and the Caribbean. Artists are asked to submit for consideration two and three-dimensional work (including ofrendas/altars) that examines rituals honoring the deceased and/or pays tribute to departed ancestors.
Submissions should be sent to: