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Inside Out Community Arts is hosting the
Youth & Family Courtyard at the 25th Abbot Kinney Festival on
September 27, 2009. We would like to take this time to extend to you an
opportunity to join the ranks of 300+ vendors and over 150,000 patrons
who attend the Festival each year. We wanted to invite you to join this
year´s festival and give you the prime opportunity to take part in this
At the bottom of this message are the
details about this year´s Abbot Kinney Festival. If you have any other
questions or concerns, then you can give us a call at 310.397.8820 ext.
102 or email questions to YFCExhibitorApp@insideoutca.org. We look
forward to hearing from you.
Inside Out Community Arts
The award-winning and critically acclaimed ATTIC Theatre Ensemble (www.attictheatre. org) now entering its 23rd season is accepting submissions for NEW MEMBERS.
We are a non-dues paying company (No Dues!) and we are looking for artists of all types (actors, designers, writers, directors, etc.) to help us during our 23rd season of producing cutting edge theatre for LA audiences. The ATTIC has been the recipient of a Drama Critic Circle Award, a Hollywood Arts Council Award, 13 Backstage/Drama- Logue Awards, and various Picks of the Week notations. We are a small ensemble company of theatre artists who are dedicated to creating, producing and presenting dynamic and provocative stage work of all types.
What we are looking for:
gallery at the end of the world is hosting open calls for its september exhibit!
open calls will be july 11, 18, 25 and aug 1st from 12-5 pm
there is a small co-op fee to book your space and a 20% commission on your sales from the opening
come in and get your space early!
2475 n lake ave altadena ca 91001
Call for Contribution! Sound of Ebb: An open source sound series
Call for Contributions > Submit a Sound!
Sound of Ebb is an open source sound series that calls for reflection on
the global crisis by sound artists and artists working with sound to
respond to the question:
What is the sound of Recession?
Artists are asked to create a work or sound recording that responds to
the current economic, social and political climate. Pieces can be field
recordings, compositions, radio plays, soundscapes, or even songs and
pieces of music.. etc. They can be conceptual, personal, critical,
creative or interpretive.
A moment of recession remarks a deceleration and slowing down –
opening up to a space for reflection. When a tide recedes into a breathe
Volume 6, Issue 8 is now online...
Thanks AMPer Kelly Thompson for passing this on.
Been listening a lot to Madredeus lately.
Please find below info on the call for application of the Balmoral scholarships for 2010. We would be grateful to you to inform international emerging artists about our scholarships. For artists who are connected to Rhineland-Palatinate we offer especially attractive scholarships abroad. For information and the application form please refer to our homepage www.balmoral.de . The application deadline is the 18th of July 2009.
Künstlerhaus Schloß Balmoral
Villenpromenade 11 - 56130 Bad Ems
from Franklin Furnace
Organization: Western Front Society
Job Title: Executive Director
Contract: Three year contract
Hours: Full-time (35 Hours per Week, plus some evenings and weekends)
Deadline: July 24, 2009
Start Date: ASAP
The Western Front Society is seeking a creative and entrepreneurial individual to fill the full time contract position of Executive Director.
Call for Female artists interested in submitting work to be included for articles for On The Issues Magazine (OTI) for our next edition on Gender, including Intersex issues. Kindly email lo-res images of your art to OTI Art Editor at Linda@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 18,000.
Here's the link to the current issue: http://www.ontheissuesmagazine.com/2009spring/index.php
You can also see the previous online issues by going to the OTI archives.
from Franklin Furnace