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KRAUS VISITING FACULTY POSITION IN ELECTRONIC & TIME-BASED MEDIA: One
semester residency Spring 2012
The Kraus Visiting Professorship is made possible through the generous
support of Jill Gansman Kraus and Peter Kraus.
DEADLINE: All applications should be postmarked by Monday March 14, 2011
The School of Art (SOA) at Carnegie Mellon University is announcing a
one-semester visiting professorship in our Electronic and Time-Based art
area. We are seeking a dynamic individual working in technology-based art
with experience in one or more of the following
areas: animation, video, robotics, computational art, programming for
internet based interactive and/or virtual environments, interactive audio,
Faculty Position: Assistant/Associate in Digital Arts & Sciences with a
specialization in an area(s) related to Visualization
The University of Florida (UF) Digital Worlds Institute, in collaboration
with the UF Colleges of Fine Arts, Engineering and Journalism &
Communications, seeks a new visionary faculty member with expertise in 3D
modeling/animation, interactive media and interaction design. Candidates
from a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds related to the emerging fields
of 3D Interactive Media / Digital Arts & Sciences are urged to apply. An
ideal candidate would have demonstrated expertise in at least two (or more)
of the following areas: 2D and 3D computer modeling and animation; design
and implementation of interactive digital media; scientific and/or medical
CLIEC 2011 - Concordia Live and Interactive Electroacoustic Colloquium
Hexagram Concordia Centre for Research Creation in Media Arts and Technologies
In collaboration with the Department of Music
Montreal - Canada
Saturday 26th of March, 2011
A call for proposals for paper presentations and live performances
Deadline: 1st of February 2011 (one week left)
Hexagram Concordia will be hosting CLIEC 2011 – a one-day colloquium focused on live and interactive electroacoustic music, organized in collaboration with the Music Department.
The event will take place on Saturday, March 26th 2011 and will include paper sessions, a roundtable discussion, and an evening concert.
ACE GALLERY, an internationally recognized art gallery specializing in art
form the 1960's to the present, seeks a highly qualified professional with
museum experience to assume the position of Senior Preparator. Only
applicants interested in a long-term career opportunity should apply.
This position will be responsible for:
* Management and coordination of installations and de-installations with
Director and Head of Operations
* Responsible for handling, crating (including building crates), packing,
and transportation of artwork to and from the galleries in the gallery
* Liaison with transportation companies, hardware and other
manufacturers for components of artwork
* Supervise temporary crew members for installation
2011-12 [Inside] the Ford Winter Partnership Program Announces New Guidelines
APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE NOW AND DUE MARCH 16, 2011
2011-12 [Inside] the Ford Winter Partnership Program
- Traditionally open only to homeless theatre companies, the 2011-12 [Inside] the Ford Winter Partnership Program is now also open to theatre companies with permanent spaces that have budgets under $500,000.
- The Program provides an opportunity for three theatre companies to produce in one of the best under 99-seat theatres in Los Angeles County, at a highly subsidized cost and with significant marketing, box office and house management support.
- Proposals for [Inside] the Ford Winter Partnership Program are considered on a competitive basis.
How to Apply
The First International Art Fair Ever Held in Brooklyn, Now Accepting Applications From Galleries Everywhere; DEADLINE February 1 for All Applications
THE INAUGURAL ART BROOKLYN
Call for Artists who have recently moved to New York City (or are planning to).
The Artist Welcoming Committee: New York City Branch seeks guests of honor
for Welcome to New York! the first in a series of celebrations intended as a
hail and welcome for a promising batch of artists new to New York City's
arts community. Inaugural event will be at EFA Project Space February 24th,
To be considered please submit 5 jpg images of recent work, a short artist
statement, and a paragraph or two letting us know a bit about you - why you
decided to move to NYC, what your plans are, and why we should choose you to
be honored. We more interested in seeing your shining personality and
creative potential than hearing a laundry list of past accomplishments.
KEYHOLDER RESIDENCY PROGRAM
The Keyholder Residency Program offers emerging artists free 24-hour access to printmaking facilities to develop new work and foster their artistic careers. Residencies are one year long, starting on April 1, 2011, and take place in the Printshop’s shared Artists’ Studio. Facilities are available for intaglio, relief, monoprint, waterbased silkscreen, digital processes, and other techniques that employ the tools at hand.