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CALL TO ARTISTS - CITY OF WEST HOLLYWOOD 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF CITYHOOD EXHIBITION
JUROR: Howard N. Fox, Curator Emeritus of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Wednesday, October 6, 2010.
APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE: www.weho.org/arts or call 323/848-6883 SHOW DATES: November 4, 2010-November 27, 2010 SHOW LOCATION: 8270 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood.
RECEPTION: November 4, 2010
DELIVERY OF ACCEPTED WORK: Friday, October 29 or Saturday, October 30, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
PICK UP OF ACCEPTED WORK: Sunday, November 28 or Monday, November 29, 2010.
We are interested in what is going on in art right now. As
entertainment, critical resistance, or one more commodity fetish, art
can provide an outlet for those of us who dream of revolutions and
utopias. We want to track the diverse ways in which art is currently
being produced with catalysis in mind.
We are looking for projects, proposals, propositions, participatory
actions, performances, behaviors, street acts, acting out art, art
acting out, politicized situations, situations that involve politics,
and anything else considered or not considered under the heading of art.
Art practices that abandon the modernist concept of "pure" art
and the self-sufficient object for something more project-based,
Music Center – Performing Arts Center of Los Angeles County is one
of the largest and most highly regarded performing arts centers in the
United States. Every year, almost 2 million people visit its four main
venues — Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Ahmanson Theatre, Mark Taper
Forum, and Walt Disney Concert Hall — along with its vibrant
collection of outdoor theatres, plazas, and gardens. The Music Center
produces a variety of programming including Glorya Kaufman Presents
Dance at the Music Center, Active Arts at the Music Center, along with
programming for children and families throughout the year. The Center
also provides extensive services and leadership in support of K-12 arts
education. The Music Center is home to four internationally acclaimed
Phonurgia Nova awards 2010
deadline :15 october
The Loud-speaker is probably the greatest common denominator in all
our lives to-day. Video, multimedia, car radios, mobile phones are
all crafting a new life for sound. In all domains sound is an objet
of research, of reflexion. It is essential to open up creative,
imaginative spaces for sound. And to encourage people to listen.
Christian Leblé, chairman.
Among the prizes awarded for radio and acoustic art, the Phonurgia
Nova competition has, since 1986, occupied a special place by virtue
of its recognition of artists whose work exploits sound as a medium
for expressing the real and the imaginary. The contest is open to all
radio station formats and to all authors, independant radio
75 191 Paris cedex 04
Phone: +33 1 44 78 43 60
Fax: +33 1 44 78 16 44
Contact Charlene Dinhut
Entries deadline October 15, 2010.
Hors Pistes 2011: January 21 to February 06, 2011
Centre Pompidou, Paris Films / New Medias
A screening program and a thematic exhibition organised by the Centre Pompidou
Exhibition open from 11 am to 10 pm except Tuesday.
30 PROGRAMS AND A THEMATIC EXHIBITION
The Hors Pistes film festival offers a showcase of unique and innovative video works, films that move away from traditional genres to blend fiction with contemporary art, documentary and experimental formats.
The UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists Programme is announcing the 2011 call for applications. This call is open to visual artists, creative writers and musicians between the ages of 25 and 35.
The Programme aims to promote the mobility of young artists through art residences abroad, give priority to artists and artist residency institutions from the global south and promoting the participation of women in international artist residencies.
African American drama (Open Rank)
The Department of Drama at Stanford University is seeking applicants for an
open rank faculty position. Successful candidate must have expertise in
African- American Drama and in race and performance broadly construed.
Ph.D required. Term of appointment begins September 1, 2011.
The successful candidate is expected to teach courses in the Drama
Department at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, two of which will
be cross-listed in the undergraduate Program in Comparative Studies in Race
and Ethnicity and African & African American Studies.
The successful candidate's home department for promotion and tenure review
will be the Drama Department in collaboration with the Center for
Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity.
It's the dawn of a new decade!
The economy is in trouble & we still have too much garbage!
Your art could be part of the solution!!!
If you make art from things that would have been thrown away - broken stuff,
old stuff, burned stuff, torn stuff transformed into art- 2D & 3D in any
media rescued from trash, your art is eligible.
It’s happening again! The exhibit “Art of Detritus: Recycling with
Imagination" features fine art from cast-off materials created by
professional artists from throughout the country. The heart of this exhibit
is the message of the three R's: Reduce/Reuse/Recycle.
The 2010 Art From Detritus Exhibition is a juried international art
competition for dynamic, inventive and provocative work created from a
Thank you e-flux!
Starting about a year ago, we have been developing a time bank for the art community. On a practical level, our time/bank is a platform where artists, curators, writers and other people in our field, can exchange time and skills—help each other get things done without using money. In a more idealistic way, the time/bank can become a place where certain types of actions and ideas, that seem to have no value in our market-driven society, can gain a sense of worth.
Time/Bank is now up and running online. We invite you to have a look and see if this is something you would like to get involved in.
Julieta Aranda & Anton Vidokle