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An international photo competition called "Science and Beauty" is accepting entries that reflect the beauty of nature or natural and scientifc processes that cannot usually be seen by the naked eye. Submission deadline: April 15.
Photos can be taken with the use of special equipment, such as a microscope or other magnifying device. Photos should reflect a natural phenomenon, such as a group of insects, or a disaster, such as a volcano eruption. Unusual, colorful and high-quality pictures are encouraged.
Each author can send only one photo taken for the past two years, both published or unpublished.
Authors who wish to participate should register at
http://www.focuscience.org/?p=138 (in Russian).
Proposals and questions can be sent to email@example.com
This fascinating bit of info was posted in the Art4Development listserv:
Data + Art: Science and Art in the Age of Information
Data + Art: Science and Art in the Age of Information and Eye in the Sky: JPL's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
PASADENA, CA.- Organized by the Pasadena Museum of California Art
(PMCA) and curated by Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) Visual
Strategist Dan Goods and Mars Public Engagement Outreach Coordinator
David Delgado, Data + Art: Science and Art in the Age of Information
explores how scientific data can be experienced and translated by
artists into new and startling forms. This exhibition challenges the
viewer's assumptions by exploring the beauty inherent in the
information and asking viewers to see science in a new light. These
Creative Wall Voices 2009 Invitation
CREATIVE WALL VOICES, International Exhibition
Photography, Art painting, Draw, Music, Writing, sculpture, Cultural or humor short video
Subscription date limit: April 30, 2009
1) 2009 Edition
A video promoting the 2009 edition, showing works and participants to 2008 Edition has been posted. The video is actually on Cultumedias.com, click this link to watch:
The video is also on www.cultuvida.com
2) Partcipant artists who have website can send their website address or blog link, They
will be included in promotion campaign for free. Partners and Supporters links, info and
logo will be included too.
3) INVITATION to 2009 Edition!
Southbank Centre - The Hayward seeks Curator
Curator, The Hayward
Closing date: 8th April 2009
Curator, The Hayward
33,000 GBP per annum
Southbank Centre is the UK's largest arts centre, occupying a 21-acre site that sits in the midst of London's most vibrant cultural quarter on the South Bank of the Thames. The site has an extraordinary creative and architectural history stretching back to the 1951 Festival of Britain.
In late 2008, the art producer consonni and Idensitat launched the project iD+consonni as a collaboration extending Idensitat’s territories and bringing about a new way to work with artists. In total, 203 proposals were received from 38 countries
There is one winner to develop the project over 2009 and five special mentions which implied the chance to intervene in public space in Sondika from a variety of perspectives and tools. These five proposals will not be developed but will be made public through consonni and Idensitat’s websites and other communication devices which are to be approved by the artists, such as a future publication.