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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On The Issues Magazine call for female artists

Call for Female artists interested in submitting work to be included for articles for On The Issues Magazine (OTI) for our next edition on Gender, including Intersex issues. Kindly email lo-res images of your art to OTI Art Editor at

OTI was published in hard copy from 1983 -1999 as a premier feminist magazine. In Spring of 2008, it was reissued as an online magazine to cover current issues and now has an international circulation of unique subscribers exceeding 18,000.

Here's the link to the current issue:

You can also see the previous online issues by going to the OTI archives.

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Call for Submissions: NYU Conflux Festival

Hi Everyone -

The Conflux Festival (the art and technology festival for the creative
exploration of urban public space) is now accepting submissions for
ConfluxCity - a user-generated open format event to be held in NYC on
Sunday September 18th, 2009 from 10am-6pm.

Conflux will be hosted here at NYU - please forward the Call for
Proposals to any interested colleagues and students. See below for more

David Darts
Curatorial Director
Conflux Festival 2009

====================Announcing Conflux 2009!
====================FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

June 26, 2009

Inquiries: Kari Hensley, Communications Director
media ::at::

Glowlab announces the 6th Annual Conflux Festival in partnership with

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India film festival on water seeks entries (deadline July 31)

Filmmakers of short films, documentaries, animation and feature films focusing on water are invited to enter the 4th International Film Festival on Water in Bangalore, India, which will be held from September 4 to 7. Deadline for entries: July 31.

The Festival on Water was established in 2005 and continues to serve as one of the largest, most diverse and dynamic platforms of debate, dialogue and celebration of water. It is sponsored by the Bangalore Film Society and various other organizations.

Entries should include a DVD of the film with English subtitles (if necessary), a completed entry form, three high-resolution stills of the film and a high-resolution photograph of the director.

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International Film Festival calls for original works (deadline September 30)

Filmmakers, writers and students are invited to submit narratives, documentaries, short films, and animation to be featured at the 6th annual ION international film festival, to be held in Lagos, Nigeria in December. Deadline: September 30.

ION International Film Festival is a touring festival dedicated to promoting independent film, animation and narratives. It seeks to encourage new artists that are creating socially relevant art that positively affects the world.

As part of its effort to raise international awareness the festival takes place in a different country each year. Last year it was held in Dubai, UAE and this year the ION International Film Festival is coming to Lagos, Nigeria.

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International Public Art Projects - Call for Applications (deadline September 30)

Applications are invited for an International Artists Residency @ Khoj, for public art projects exploring themes of environment & ecology in public spaces around Delhi for 4- 6 weeks in January 2010.

Delhi, the capital city of India, could easily qualify today as one amongst the world's most dynamic and complex urban settings in contemporary times. Characterized by its unique multi-layered
historicity and multiple urbanisms Delhi however, is facing a relentless pace of contemporary urban growth making it one of the rapidly expanding cities of the world.

City based research on 8 public sites in Delhi can be viewed from this link:

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The City of Brea Art Gallery is producing an exhibition entitled “For Love or Money” featuring artwork from artists who work by day work as hired hands for design companies, advertising agencies, etc., yet by night exercise personal creative outlets.

“For Love or Money” will showcase work from both aspects of the artist’s career, with examples of personal art contrasted with their “for the money” work.

We are seeking submission from interested artists to be reviewed for inclusion. There is no entry fee; submissions will be judged by the merit of the work alone.

Entry Deadline : July 15, 2009

Exhibition Dates : August 1 – September 11

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Freedom to Create Prize - Deadline: 14 August 2009

Orient Global Freedom to Create Prize
Call for submissions

The Prize honours artists on the frontlines who promote social justice, build foundations for
open societies and inspire the human spirit.

The Orient Global Freedom to Create Prize, established in 2008, recognises artists who bring messages of hope to places of turmoil and despair. Light comes in a deeply felt song or dance, in paintings or photographs that change the familiar into the exceptional, in dramas that tell hidden stories, in designs that solve practical problems.

Finding Courage in Truth

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Art Moves Africa: Call for artists grant applications (Deadline September 1)

Art Moves Africa (AMA) is an international non- for-profit organisation aiming to facilitate cultural and artistic exchanges within the African continent. AMA offers travel funds to artists, arts professionals and cultural operators living and working in Africa to travel within the African continent in order to engage in the exchange of information, the enhancement of skills, the development of informal networks and the pursuit of cooperation.

Who can apply?
Artists and cultural operators living and working in Africa.

Which sectors?
Performing and visual arts, music, cinema, literature and cultural advocacy

What type of projects?

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ISM: a community project is looking for quality Polaroids to exhibit in a
special show at Hibbleton Gallery opening Friday August 7th and for
consideration in a limited edition book to be released 2010.

Send Polaroid submissions to before Friday July 17th.



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