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BERLINER LISTE 2010: Last Call for Applications
LAST CALL: Deadline 5th of May
BERLINER LISTE 2010
Location: Münze Berlin
courtesy Ulf Büschleb
Team BERLINER LISTE:
Wolfram Vőlcker, Konstantin Bercht, Manuela Blanke
Phone: 00 49 30 280 96 115
October 7 - 10, 2010
Opening Oct 6, 2010
Fair location: Münze Berlin
LAST CALL FOR APPLICATION FOR THE ART FAIR BERLINER LISTE
Apply online as a gallery, project or as an artist under: www.berliner-liste.org/app07
Deadline for application is the 5th of May 2010!
Monsters and Miracles Gallery Attendant at Skirball Cultural Center
The Education Department of the Skirball Cultural Center has an opening
for a temporary Gallery Attendant to maintain the interactive components
of the exhibition Monsters and Miracles: a Journey through Jewish
Saturday and Sunday from April 24th-June 27th. Hours are 11:00 a.m.-5:00
Position will expand to 5 days/week Tuesday through Saturday from June
30-July 31. Hours are 1:00-5:00 p.m. weekdays and 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
* Engage with guests as they draw, decorate and create their own
stories at the interactive stations.
* Keep books and other materials in correct stations.
* Tidy and sort materials for "Make A Monster"
Request for Proposals for DesCours, 2010, presented by AIA New Orleans.
DesCours is a free, public, week-long architecture and art event now in its fourth year, held the second week of December in New Orleans. DesCours invites any architect, designer, or artist engaged in contemporary work that focuses on new technologies and materials to apply.
Ovation, the only TV network dedicated to the arts, will be hosting a month-long on-air event in July featuring career-making films by a selection of directors. We also want to showcase the next generation of revolutionary film directors as well! Submit your short film (under 20 minutes) in one of these four categories:
You can submit more than one film and there is no entry fee. All submissions must be postmarked by May 7, 2010.
A panel of judges consisting of film curators and film industry leaders will select the winning film. Both the winning film and the Viewers' Choice will be shown on-air and screened at LACMA.
Need the details? Check out: www.ovationtv.com/filmcontest
from LA Culture Net
Call for Artists
Hooyong Performing Arts Centre |S.Korea
Deadline: 7 May 2010.
Hooyong Performing Arts Centre Artist-in-Residences is a program designed to provide supportive environment for the artists to concentrate on their creative works. Through the program, artists are to strengthen their creativity in association with a variety of artistic elements, and the nature-friendly work space will allow them to solidify their discipline and skill.
Hooyong Performing Arts Centre welcomes all the artists with their own philosophical mind and endless passion for the performing arts.
Support: Arts Council Korea, Hooyong Performing Arts Centre
Host organizations offered: Nottle Theatre Company
Venue: Hooyong Performing Arts Centre(www.hooyongartscentre.com)
ArcheTime 2010 Film Fest call for entries, deadline May 5
ArcheTime 2010 Film Fest is an interdisciplinary film festival dedicated to
exploring diverse visions and concepts of Time. We are looking for short
films and videos of all genres focused on the subject of time, with lengths
up to 30 minutes. Videos can fall into the category of shorts,
documentaries, animations, moving image films and any kind of related
experimental works. Submissions that step outside the boundaries of any
genre are welcome. No restrictions on year of production. Multiple
submissions will be accepted. Submissions will be judged based on
originality, quality, artistic merit, innovation, voice, style and
narrative. Films submitted for 2009 Conference/Exhibition are ineligible.
International Network for the Conservation of Contemporary Art - North America seeks director
International Network for the Conservation of Contemporary Art - North
New York City
Part-time position - anticipated future full-time
The Director is responsible for the administration of INCCA-NA, a non-profit
organization dedicated to developing knowledge about the conservation of
contemporary art through collaborations between artists, art professionals
and collectors, In collaboration with the Volunteer Board, the Director
provides leadership, vision and fundraising for the organization.
Recognized leader in the field of arts management, providing leadership,
vision, and strategic planning to the development of this emerging
Associate Educator, School and Teacher Programs
The Skirball Cultural Center (SCC) of Los Angeles, a dynamic institution rooted in Jewish heritage and American democratic ideals that is devoted to exploring connections across cultures and communities, seeks an Associate Educator for its school programs. As part of a pilot program, the Associate Educator and several part-time gallery teachers will be hired to enhance the interactive, experiential dimension of the Skirball's school tours, which will be co-facilitated by paid staff and volunteer docents.
The Associate Educator is a member of the Education Department and reports to the Head of School and Teacher Programs. S/he works closely with other school and teacher program staff.
Southern California Public Radio (SCPR), which operates 89.3 FM KPCC,
recently moved from its home on the campus of Pasadena City College to the
Mohn Broadcast Center & the Crawford Family Forum in Pasadena, California.
SCPR is embarking on a possible series of live play readings in partnership
with various theatre companies to be performed in the newly opened Crawford
The Crawford Family Forum is a physical manifestation of SCPR’s mission to
strengthen the civic and cultural bonds that unite Southern California’s
diverse communities. The Crawford Family Forum will deepen and expand SCPR’s
role as a centering institution for Southern California by engaging people
of all backgrounds in ongoing, face-to-face conversations and explorations
LATE introduces SCRIPTYARD - a monthly reading series dedicated to the celebration of works by Los Angeles playwrights.
The LATE is looking for work that is original, exciting, and expands our horizons, which is to say, we want to be moved- to tears, to laughter, to a fresh perspective… and we're not afraid of "new". As long as it's got a great story, we want to read it. We are particularly interested in plays with big casts. (Musicals are okay too)
Playwrights interested in working with the LATE Script Yard should submit a cover letter, play synopsis, character breakdown, statement of play's development history, and the first 15-pages of their script to firstname.lastname@example.org
Response time is approx. 2-3 months.