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Millay Colony for the Arts Deadline for 2010 Residencies: October 1,
The Millay Colony for the Arts offers one-month residencies to six
visual artists, writers and composers each month between April and
November. Nurturing the work of artists of all ages, from a range of
cultures and communities, and in all stages of their artistic career,
the Colony offers comfortable private rooms, private studio spaces,
and ample time to work in a quiet, pastoral atmosphere.
Our facilities are located on the property where the poet Edna St.
Vincent Millay lived at the height of her literary career. We have a
seven-acre campus with meadows and forest in Austerlitz, New York,
USA, adjacent to the former Millay home and gardens and the exquisite
Harvey Mountain State Forest.
RAW:natural born artists is a local, multi faceted, arts showcase. RAW hosts showcases in 5 cities across Southern California.
RAW features a variety of different art in the realms of film,fashion,music,art,performing art, hair, makeup, models and DJs.
We wanted to invite all of you to showcase with us.
RAW is FREE to show (no entry fee) and if you sell something at a showcase we don't collect commission (it's all yours).
We are an organization based on creativity and justice for all.
Please feel free to contact us and submit your work- IamTalented@RAWartists.org
Also visit our website at http://www.RAWartists.org
Thanks so much.
from LA Culture Net
Rise&Fall is a mobile art installation and music event commemorating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The exhibition features artwork interpreting the theme 'bringing down walls/breaking down barriers' (both literally and symbolically) and music performed by Turkish-German DJ/Producer, DJ Ipek Ipekcioglu. Artists, from amateur to professional, are invited to submit digital versions of their art along with a short description of what 'bringing down walls' means to them - either as directly related to the Berlin Wall or on a more symbolic, personal, cultural or social level. The goal is to create an interactive environment that celebrates freedom without barriers and what that looks like to all kinds of people.
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From LA Culture Net:
This coming Friday September 18th, we celebrate Park[ing] Day LA, when artists, architects, designers, restaurant owners, various businesses, neighborhood councils, and activists will step up to the curb, put a quarter into the meter, and create a temporary park in a parking space.
Park[ing] Day originated in 2005 when Rebar, a San Francisco based art and design collective, transformed a metered parking spot into a park-for-a-day in an effort to make a public comment on the lack of quality open space in American cities.
I've been involved with Park[ing] Day in Los Angeles (and have created all of LA's online presence), since it's beginning in 2007 and I would love for LA Culture Net readers to be involved in this fun event.
CALL FOR ENTRIES
DANCE CAMERA WEST JUNE 2010 FILM FESTIVAL LOS ANGELES
Early Deadline: December 16, 2009 ($50 fee; $40 for members)
Late Deadline: January 15, 2010 ($60 fee; $50 for members)
Dance media made for the screen with an emphasis on choreography in
any dance style or genre. Categories: screendance, short films,
feature, documentary, installation, and interactive dance media. The
2010 June festival will feature LA based artists as part of the
special outdoor screening event, Local Makers.
from LA Culture Net
Reality Soundtrack – moving sound intervention in public spaces
By Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec
In collaboration with Radio Nova
Starting at Thorvald Meyersgt 61 at 18:40 hrs
Reality Soundtrack is a sound intervention for public spaces, such as post offices, passages, shopping malls, streets… Equipping 25 or more participants with a single radio receiver each, these "sound carriers" walk together through parts of a city, following a given Intervention Map. All the radio receivers transmit the same electronic composition, which is transmitted from a radio station. The audible result of the action is a moving cloud of sound traveling through a city.
Call for participants
The Paley Center's PaleyDocFest09 Pitch Workshop is coming up on Sat.,
Oct. 15, 2009 in New York. In the Pitch Workshop, five emerging
nonfiction filmmakers pitch their ideas to a panel of distinguished
documentary producers. The producers give them feedback on their concept
as well as their presentation skills.
The winner receives a $5,000 grant, sponsored by SnagFilms, to be used
toward the completion of the pitched film. Deadline for entries: Sept.
25, 2009. You can find everything you need to enter at
WOOLOO.ORG: PARTICIPATE OR DIE
NEW LIFE COPENHAGEN
Wooloo.org is organizing the people of Copenhagen to open their homes to 5.000 environmental activists during the United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference in Denmark this December.
Utilizing this large-scale human meeting as its exhibition platform, the NEW LIFE COPENHAGEN festival invites artists and curators to submit work proposals.
New Life Happenings. Propose a happening or event for the thousands of NEW LIFE COPENHAGEN hosts and guests during the UN Conference. Your concept should involve collective action and will be implemented alongside works by artist groups Superflex (DK), Signa (DK/A) and Raketa (SE) among others.
Digital Fringe is open for video, image, and audio submissions - Have your work screen in public spaces across the world!
Get your works in by 20th September to be included in the fesival DVD.
Digital Fringe is an open access public arts festival that places contemporary screen based media in public locations. It provides artists with access to an extensive network of hundreds of public screens and non-traditional audiences throughout Australia and the world. Screening venues receive a playlist curated from the diverse visual works of animation, abstract, video art, short film, machinima, motion graphics, photography and stills submitted to the Digital Fringe festival via our website - digitalfringe.com.au. Login and upload your works.