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School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, seeks net art/ interactive
media faculty, deadline Feb. 12, 2010
Regular Full-Time Faculty in Net Art / Interactive Media
The School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA) is conducting a search for a
regular full-time faculty position in net art. Position will begin September
The SMFA seeks a practicing artist/designer with a portfolio of net art,
including web based art, networked art, software art and new media that
expands to other disciplines such as photo, sound, video, installation,
animation, performance or book arts. The ideal candidate will demonstrate an
ability to work across media with students and faculty.
We are seeking an educator who has a strong grounding in theoretical,
Be a Saint, Valentine's Day
Support Ventura Artists 2010
Information For Artists:
Sylvia White Gallery is hosting an unusual Valentine's Day Gala that will include a juried art
auction. Ventura County artists may submit up to 3 pieces for consideration. Pieces
accepted in the show will be in a silent auction at the Gala. Minimum bids will start at 25%
retail value, artists will receive 50% of the final sales price. In addition, each artist juried
into the show will be entered in a lottery, winner to be picked at the event. Winners will
each receive $1000 Art Advance, to be used in any way they wish to further their
career. The number of winners will be determined by the amount of money raised. The only
Drift @ 7 (see www.driftat7.com) has a $500 (US) Music Video Competition for creative video developers. The competition begins in January 2010. We'd love to see some high quality entries. Thank you for your consideration!
Triple Canopy is an online magazine that works collectively with writers, artists, researchers and other collaborators on projects that deal critically with culture and politics, and the ways people engage them, both online and in the world at large. We are pleased to announce our first call for proposals. In the coming months we will be commissioning ten projects spanning the five areas outlined below—original research, new-media journalism, public programming, Internet-specific artwork, and critical dialogues—to be published in the magazine and presented before live audiences in the next year. Submissions and proposals are due by February 15, 2010. For more detailed information, visit our commissions page.
Please note, one position is a Lecturer line; the other is an Assistant Professor line. We will only hire at those ranks. Also, please, do not have people contact me directly. All correspondence must go through the Search Committee.
The first listing is for a New Media person; the second is for an Arts Administration/Management person.
THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
Bernard M. Baruch College
Assistant Professor, New Media/Interdisciplinary Studies
Department of Fine and Performing Arts
The Baruch College Department of Fine and Performing Arts seeks to
fill a new full-time, tenure-track position at the level of Assistant
Professor in New Media/Interdisciplinary Studies. The candidate's work
may be in areas that include web or interactive design, the arts,
Creative Time and P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center present:
CREATIVE TIME OPEN DOOR AT P.S.1
January 23-24, 2010, 12 to 6 pm
P.S.1, 22-25 Jackson Ave at the intersection of 46th Ave
AN OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS TO PROPOSE PUBLIC PROJECTS TO CREATIVE TIME AND P.S.1 CURATORS
UpStage call for performance proposals, deadline March 31, 2010
The fourth UpStage festival of cyberformance (live online performance) will be held on 101010 (10 October 2010). The call is now open for performance proposals.
The 101010 Upstage Festival aims to create a participatory space for collaboration, creation, and for the presentation of current cyberformance. The festival provides a platform (and shares the technichal expertise) to enable artists to experiment with the new medium, and to have their work seen alongside performances by internationally renowned practitioners - in a celebration of the evolution and diversity of cyberformance practices.
To submit a proposal, email the following information to
Call for Female artists interested in submitting art to On The Issues Magazine (OTI) for our next edition on Women of Courage. See this link for more information: www.lindastein.com/home/OTI_Winter2010_CallForArtists.pdf. Kindly email lo-res images of your art to OTI Art Editor at contact@LindaStein.com.
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 40,000.
Here's the link to the current issue: http://www.ontheissuesmagazine.com/2009fall/index.php
You can also see the previous online issues by going to the OTI archives.
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