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Deborah Martin Gallery
Call for Entries
Submission Deadline June 8th 2009
Juried by Shana Nys Dambrot and Deborah Martin
ABOUT THE THEME:
The concept behind this juried show, as reflected in the title's multiple references, is the confluence of political, aesthetic, formal, conceptual, and environmental concerns manifesting in the visual arts. Specifically, we are looking to have a conversation about the use of recycled and/or sustainable materials in art-making.
Spring/summer 2009 opportunities in France
Artistay is a service for artists, writers, architects, academics, art teachers, curators…looking for a residency program in France in order to realize a personal artistic project.
We work with several art places offering a professional support to artists from all over the world and in various disciplines.
Applicants are responsible for the funding of the residency participation fees, they can though do an application with artistay even if they haven’t secured the funding yet. We can provide necessary documentation and contacts for funding advice.
Artistay service is free of charge for the applicant.
Contact us with your residency proposal, we’ll find an art place for you suited to your requirements.
Swiss Visual and Contemporary Artist
video of the "Seelen" series
South Asian filmmakers can submit their documentary films to the seventh biennial Film South Asia '09, a South Asian film festival to take place in Kathmandu, Nepal, from September 17 to 20. Deadline: May 31.
Films must have been created after January 2007 and be in DVD or VCD format. Selected entrants will be announced in August and the directors of the three best films will receive citations and monetary prizes. Select documentaries will travel the world as part of traveling films South Asia. Entry is free.
"International Day of the Videoart"
One consciousness involves the creation of a culture. And this is made by
means of a process. If we wish it, the videoart can be consolidated like
one of the most important artistic expressions of our days. It's only
necessary the desire of hundreds of persons around the world.
We'll celebrate the "International Day of the Videoart", next 22th of
June. It's an initiative of Optica Festival. From here, we invite you to
take part of this event with your friends or individually, there where
Our goal is that the greater number of people celebrates and/or values the
importance of the audiovisual culture, during this day.
It's a question of making a photo of you or a group of people, and to send
Intersection Dance Project is seeking collaborators for a Summer 2009 project. We are searching for musicians, visual artists, scientists, philosophers, actors , writers…ANYONE who is interested in seeing their professional endeavors or interests realized through movement. Intersection Dance is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit dance company that seeks to bring artists of all disciplines together in collaboration for community education. If you are interested in developing a collaborative work with us, email email@example.com. Please include your contact information, CV and a brief statement about why this project interests you. Check us out on the web at http://www.intersectiondance.org
from LA Culture Net
Announcing The Franklin Furnace Fund, supported by Jerome Foundation and the
Starry Night Fund of Tides Foundation. Applications are being accepted from
now through the postmark deadline of May 1, 2009.
Each year Franklin Furnace awards grants to emerging artists, allowing them
to produce major works in New York. Works may engage the Internet as an art
medium and/or venue. Grants may range between $2,000 and $10,000. Artists
from all areas of the world are encouraged to apply; full-time students are
Franklin Furnace has no curator; each year a new panel of artists reviews
all proposals. We believe that this peer panel system allows all kinds of
artists from all over the world an equal shot at presenting their work.
The Arts Council for Long Beach and the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency
announce a Call-To-Artists to select artists for temporary public artwork
for a vacant lot at the northwest corner of Ocean Boulevard and Lime Avenue
in the City of Long Beach.
Public art is an essential component in the creation of a civic identity.
Its presence contributes to a shared heritage and serves to honor a
community’s history and culture. The Long Beach Redevelopment Agency (RDA),
in partnership with the Arts Council for Long Beach, proposes a temporary
public art strategy that is both critically relevant and congruent to the
RDA’s principle redevelopment goals. Artists/ artist teams will be
commissioned to temporarily transform a vacant lot at the northwest corner
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