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Media Arts Center San Diego is now accepting submissions for our new Film Festival Poster Competition. The deadline for all submissions is November 25, 2009.
*Click here for Submission Form
Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival
A Multicultural Festival of Solo Artists is accepting SUBMISSIONS from male performers for it's Seventeenth Annual Festival March 25-28, 2010
LAWTF has expanded its submissions for Festival 2010 to include one program for male solo artists. We are seeking male solo performers of all ethnicities and ages with original performance pieces: actors, performance artists, dancers, comedians, storytellers, singers and performance poets… from throughout the world.
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Brazil is accepting short-films on corruption to a contest. Deadlines: October 16 for short movies (5 to 10 minutes) and October 30 for one-minute movies.
Under the theme "Fight against corruption: a commitment of all," the contest aims to promote reflections on the importance of active citizenship in monitoring and controlling public power. Works should be unpublished and addressed to the general public. Entries can be fiction, animation, documentary, and more.
The One-Minute Movies category will award up to 20 videos that last no more than 60 seconds (in any media platform). The Short Movie category will select two projects.
TAG Gallery, a successful artists' co-op located in Santa Monica,
offers a selection of art including paintings, sculptures, and
photography created by local emerging and established artists. The
gallery is currently seeking artists who have a strong body of work
and professional work ethic.
As a member of TAG you will have one four week show a year, have
access to our mailing list, be included in our newsletter, have
images and bio on our website and have the opportunity to build your
mailing list and attract new buyers. TAG has been in operation since
1993 and has built a strong following from the community. Our
receptions are well attended and we enjoy consistent press exposure.
Please email us at email@example.com for more membership
World Community Arts Day 17/02/10
" ART AS A CATALYST FOR CARING AND SHARING"
To create a World Festival Society for a day.
" We can either react in fear or anger to the state of our world thus
becoming part of the problem or respond creatively and become part of the
You are invited to be part of a global celebration on 17/02/10.
All we ask of you on that day is to do an arts project, however small or
big. Be creative about an issue that you believe promotes "caring and
sharing". Song, dance, theatre, draw, paint, write, make, poem, photograph,
lecture, walk, tour, talk, art class anyway that you feel you are creative!
The first years have seen WCAD grow from a celebration of Reg Bolton to a
Director of Operations
The Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation
The Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation is looking for a highly motivated, idealistic, conceptually rigorous, and extremely organized individual with prior foundation or gallery experience to act as a hands-on Director of Operations. While we imagine that this position will be appealing to a Gonzalez-Torres scholar or an individual already holding an active management level position at a foundation, we welcome anyone with the specific abilities to contribute to the vitality and rigor of the Foundation as long as they have a keen interest in Gonzalez-Torres’ work and be able to fulfill the following requirements.
The City of Ojai invites professional artists and/or artist teams to submit
qualifications for a public art commission that is part of the Libbey Bowl
Renovation Project in the heart of downtown Ojai. Libbey Bowl is an historic
outdoor amphitheater for musical and cultural events that has been in
existence since 1957. The deadline for artist qualifications is October 21,
2009 by 5:30 p.m. The budget is estimated to be $40,000 from the Percent for
the Arts Program, with additional funds possible from grants and/or
fundraising efforts. All those interested are invited to go to the City of
Ojai website, www.ci.ojai.ca.us , to download
application information. For additional information please contact Kathleen
OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS' BOOKS!
In January 2010 Regency Arts Press Ltd. will launch OPEN BOOK, an online
searchable catalog of artists' books by artists or independent publishers
who lack distribution for their books.
We are holding an open call for possible inclusion in OPEN BOOK.
Books to be reviewed by:
Deirdre Lawrence, Principal Librarian, Brooklyn Museum of Art *
David Senior, Bibliographer, Museum of Modern Art *
To be held at:
Artbook @ X Initiative
548 West 22nd Street NYC
Saturday, October 17th, noon - 3pm
Bring one copy of your book!
(limit of 3 books per artist or publisher)
Regency Arts Press Ltd.
526 West 26th Street #903
The Underground Hit!
CRITIC'S CHOICE: East Bay Express
experiments in experience/participation performance
Frank Moore, world-known shaman performance artist, will conduct improvised passions of musicians, actors, dancers, and audience members in a laboratory setting to create altered realities of fusion beyond taboos. Bring your passions and musical instruments and your senses of adventure and humor. Other than that,
ADMISSION IS FREE! (But donations will be accepted.)