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CALL FOR ENTRIES EXTENDED till 15.03.2011 The Goethe-Institut of Belgrade, the ZKM | Institute for Music and Acoustics Karlsruhe, Götz Naleppa (producer and media artist), Programme 3 of Radio Belgrade, the European Broadcasting Union's Ars Acustica Group and Deutschlandradio Kultur warmly invite you to take part in the following project:
EUROPE A SOUND PANORAMA
TAD ERMITANO FILM REBEL
Curator: Davina Lee
Saturday 26 February 2011, 4.00pm
2P Contemporary Art Gallery and DIORAMA PROJECTS are pleased to announce the next in our series of DIORAMA PROJECTIONS, featuring the video work of Tad Ermitano, a media artist based in the Philippines.
LUMEN_EX Digital Art Awards
Prizes: € 7,000 in prizes, divided into two categories: Interactive Digital and Digital Animation short.
Artists may be submitted individually or collectively, without limits of age or nation
Registration and bases: www.unex.es/lumenex
LUMEN_EX Awards 2011 has confirmed the composition of the jury, whose members are all an unquestionable prestige in this field of art. Shall consist of:
> ROBERTA BOSCO: Journalist, specialized in Contemporary Art and Digital Culture.
> JESUS CARRILLO: Head of Public Programs MNCARS - Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía -
MEAP is an innovative multidisciplinary program that associates social sciences, the arts and politics.
A post-graduate program aimed at young international professionals
Public: for academics, social scientists, artists, as well as professionals working in the arts.
Application on line before April 5, 2011
Call for applications
Master in Experiments on Arts and Politics (MEAP)
Application deadline: April 5, 2011
Don't be a starving artist! Learn a new method of painting to enable you to teach to students of all ages and abilities.
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Open Call by Freewaves
OUT THE WINDOW About/By/In Los Angeles
What do you know about Los Angeles? Want to share your knowledge on TV?
Submission deadline March 1, 2011
Freewaves is seeking two-minute artists-activists-storytellers' videos about places in Los Angeles (home, street, ‘hood) to show to I million riders per day on all 2,200 Metro buses in L.A. County in June and September-October, 2011. On Transit TV we will show animations, documentaries, narratives and experimental videos about, by and in Los Angeles.
An Exhibition Open to All Self-Identified Women Artists in New York
Opening Reception March 26th, 2011, up through May 31st.
Submission Deadline: MARCH 1, 2011
In recognition of Women’s History Month we want to celebrate the
contribution of New York’s women artists with an exhibition honoring our
creative power. As women we inhabit intersecting, often conflicting,
identities. Our creative expression is informed by our unique experiences as
women, as members of varying classes, races, sexualities, as mothers,
daughters and lovers, as New Yorkers and as artists. The show will examine
how New York’s women artists channel these themes through their work, and,
by exhibiting a variety of lived realities, will attempt to provide insight
The Civility Show - Call for Artists
March 28 - April 21, 2011
The Amelie A. Wallace Gallery at State University of New York College at Old
Westbury invites submissions for our upcoming group exhibition entitled,
“The Civility Show.” In light of recent events, and a seemingly increasing
violent culture of attempted political assassination, campus shootings and
school bullying, our public figures have called for and have pledged to a
new civility. What does civility mean to you? How do you interpret civility
from your social, critical and aesthetic perspectives? What role can visual
art, and indeed all art, play in such a call? What is the relationship
between civility and civilization? How can we be more civil in our