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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surreal artist

surreal artist
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sisters

sisters
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Flight

Flight
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armed

armed
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Call for Entries: LAAA'S OPEN SHOW--Deadline 10/18/08

Eligibility: Competition open to all artists living in Southern California. Entries must be work created within the last three years.

Media: All media. No craft or functional pieces. *For video: please send 1/2” VHS,NTSC or DVD and make sure tape or disc is cued. Accepted video artists must provide their own equipment/monitors, projectors, VHS, DVD player, etc.—and tapes/discs must be set up for continuous play.

NEW THIS YEAR for video artists: All selected video entries will be screened at the Democracy Forum at the National Center for the Preservation of Democracy auditorium (NOT Gallery 825) in January- Date TBD. If selected, your video submission may also be included in the gallery 825 exhibition.

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life

life
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Valentine Peace Project: Submit Designs for Peace Cards

The Valentine Peace Project is seeking dynamic designs for peace cards. A European cardline is researching creating alternative valentine cards on peace and global unity.

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school days

school days
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I thought you said you were cleaning your room.

I thought you said you were cleaning your room.
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Tzara's Manifesta Dada 1918

I just performed spoken word, last Downtown (Los Angeles) Artwalk, on the Hippodrome--a mural painted historic bus that is now the "shuttle" that runs 15 minute loops through Gallery Row and beyond for the patrons of the walk. Since I perform with my pet python, the curators of the bus suggested I come up with something WW1, to honor the freak-show snakes that were displayed on Main Street at that time. I immediately thought of the Dada movement, and set out to do a piece on this. I managed to find a translation of Tzara's Manifeso online, and preceded to painstakingly edit it down to about half, trying hard to preserve the essence of the piece.

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