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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2012am gig flyer

2012am gig flyer

2012am was an breakbeat jamband experiment iwas involved in. this was the flyer for a gig we played. there is still a myspace page for the band though we haven't played a gig since spring 2008.

you can download the bands released tracks from there.

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Soldier (History repeats Itself)

this upload is lame because of the size upload limitations :(

here is the link to my ccmixter page. you can download it a better version from there. btw, if you haven't ever visited cmmixter, you're in for a audio treat. check out the editors picks while you're there.


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Los Angeles AMP members Invited: John Jones Album Release Party

Show: Monday, Aug 3rd 8pm - Life On Wilshire (venue website)

Click on the flyer to go to artist website

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The Democracy - The Laicism - The Secularism

Die Demokratie - Der Laizismus - Der Saekularismus

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Call for Submissions >> Audiovisual Projects

FLUID the new media movement festival of New York is now accepting
submissions for its 2nd Edition

FLUID the new media movement laboratory - now established as one of
the audiovisual art festivals in New York City,
is delighted to announce the call for submissions is now open until
August 16.

FLUID is a non-competitive event, which aims to promote quality moving
image work.

The 2nd festival edition will again bring an extensive overview of
what’s currently taking place at the crossroads of
audiovisual experimental and digital art.

FLUID is now collecting audiovisual pieces and ideas in different
categories, such as Audiovisual Experimental Arts, Animation
and Interactive Digital Art, and will present them in a collaboration

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Open Call, Artists of Color - Watts, Los Angeles, August 16


Join us in Watts on Sunday, August 16th for


an event to photograph a show of unity amongst all artists of color.

On August 16th we will create a photographic document in the tradition
of a "Great Day in Harlem", the photograph taken by Bert Stern in the
50's and “The Big Shoot" taken by Bob Douglas 10 years ago in which
130 African American Artists from all over California, Led by Joseph
Beckles came together. This Year, the 44th anniversary of the Watts
Revolt and the first year of the Presidency of Barack Obama, this
historic photo will demonstrate the ongoing willingness of visual
artists, musicians, writers, poets, dancers, storytellers, film
makers, photographers and all manner of creative individuals of color

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Call for all kinds of artists - US Midwest (deadline August 15)

visual artists - writers and poets - performance artists, sound artists, composers, choreographers - film/video/animation artists

The Alliance of Artists Communities is now accepting applications for the 2010 Midwestern Voices and Visions awards - celebrating, supporting, and promoting the work of highly talented, yet under-recognized artists of color from the Midwest .

Eligibility: The initiative seeks to promote artists of color working in any visual, literary, and/or performance-based media, who display artistic excellence, are committed to an artistic career, and are under-served, under-recognized, or under-represented in the mainstream.

Midwestern Voices and Visions accepts applications from artists from all disciplines who:

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Digital Fringe Festival seeks screens!

Digital Fringe 09

*Want some free art content for your screen?*

The Digital Fringe Festival is seeking all sorts of screens across
Australia and the world! Do you have a public screen, projector, TV or
old computer monitor that you would like to play free digital art on?

Digital Fringe is seeking a plethora of public screening venues to
participate in september/october 2009 - urban screens, galleries,
shopping centers, bars, cafes, pubs, retail venues, libraries, salons
and even swimming pools who have a screen of any size, to show our
curated collection of screen based art. Help us to bring cutting edge
digital artworks by local and international artists to the public.

No screen is too large or small - it may be in a back corner of a

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CMU merges art with reality TV and fresh waffles

CMU merges art with reality TV and fresh waffles
Monday, June 29, 2009
By Adrian McCoy, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

It was supposed to be a two-semester community artistic social experiment for a Carnegie Mellon University art class, videotaping hip late-night crowds discussing what was on their minds while they ate waffles.

But the combination of homemade treats and homegrown reality show has proven to be an unusual recipe for success since Waffle Shop opened its doors last fall in East Liberty. School is out, but the doors are staying open, weekend brunch hours have been added and the menu has expanded.

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A Future For Journalism About The Arts: Call for Submission

In the past couple of years, half of all the staff arts journalism jobs in the US have been eliminated. In some cases, newspapers offloading their staff critics have replaced them with freelancers. In some cases, the freelancers have done a better job than the staffers they have replaced. But mostly not.

Running a good freelance section requires editors who have the time and talent to know what's going on in the culture of their community, who are out listening for the stories they should be assigning. Most editors are even busier just trying to fill their sections than they were when they had staff critics paying attention to their beats. They don't also have time to be out trolling for stories.

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