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ELIGIBILITY RULES | 2011 CALL FOR ENTRIES
Punto y Raya Festival explores the ultimate synthesis of the form·movement duality in different spheres of human endeavour. Due to the simplicity of its criteria, it seeks to reveal the limitations and achievements of our representation systems using abstraction's prime matter.
This entry call is addressed to audiovisual pieces built up entirely from dots and lines. No representation whatsoever, just dots and lines as ends in themselves!
:: GENERAL RULES
: The films must be made entirely with dots and lines avoiding representation.
:You can use any kind of illustration, optic and animation techniques. From the pen to the stylus, from the analogical·dot to the digital·pixel.
SSTI 2011 Farewell to Visual Studies
The Stone Summer Theory Institute
17-23 July 2011
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
The deadline is April 15, 2011
Successful applicants will be notified April 20
The Stone Summer Theory Institute is an intensive week of seminars, lectures, and panel discussions, which will be published as a series of books involving over 300 scholars. It is held each July in Chicago, organized by James Elkins. Fellows are not expected to present papers, but are asked to do up to 1,500 pages of advance readings for the seminars.
Thanks to Linda Vallejo for posting this on LA Culture Net.
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The Unusual Suspects Theatre Company seeks a Technical Coordinator to implement all technical aspects of our youth theatre programs. Details:
Reporting to the Program Director, the Technical Coordinator (TC) provides and oversees all technical aspects of performances and staged readings, which include but are not limited to: lights, audio, multimedia, chairs, cables, stands, furniture, set pieces, and props. The TC is responsible for communication and coordination of technical production. The TC will evaluate and assess the technical needs of the artistic team and determine how to best accomplish all production related requirements. Other requirements include but are not limited to:
by and for: democracy and art
Juror: Carol A. Wells, Founder and Executive Director
Center for the Study of Political Graphics
Organized by: Southern California Women's Caucus for Art
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:
In the 1930s when the Works Progress Administration (WPA) was formed, our
government, by and for the people, understood the importance of art in
sustaining the American spirit and focusing the American public on shared
values. Since that time, art has acted as a forum for public opinion and as
a powerful tool for critique and communication in our democracy.
Artists at all career levels are asked to submit works that speak-to and
question the shifting meanings of freedom and equality, censorship and civil
Candidate must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and
the ability to interact positively with a wide variety of people on a daily
basis. The candidate is organized, detail-oriented, reliable, capable of
multi-tasking and supporting multiple positions. Familiarity with Quark,
Microsoft Office Suite and Filemaker Pro required. Facility with Facebook
and other common social networking programs required. Prior experience in
the non-profit arts and/or education sectors preferred.
This is essentially a front office position involving frequent daily
interactions with students, parents, faculty members, staff members, and the
general public. It is also a support position for the Conservatory’s
Documentary filmmakers are invited to submit their work to an international contest.
The XI International Documentary Film Festival Flahertiana is named in honor of American filmmaker Robert J. Flaherty, known for his groundbreaking documentary Nanook of the North. The festival will take place in Perm, Russia on October 11-17, 2011.
Entries must reflect the documentary style of Flaherty, be longer than seven minutes and include English subtitles.
There is no application fee and directors of selected movies will be invited to the festival with their three-day stay covered by the event organizers.
There are a four prizes for international contestants plus one for Russians, with prize money totaling RUB500,000, or about USD$17,000.
For more information, click here.
Artists are invited to apply for the 7th ANNUAL OF MINIATURE ART Online Global Art Annual Competition /Exhibition. All accepted works that pass the first screening will entry into competition and will be exhibited 12 months beginning with the date of the inclusion.
THE FIRST SCREENING
The first screening is conducted by submitting Jpeg [.JPG] image files versions of the submitted works inline or attachment send to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants will be notified by e-mail immediately after reception.
THE SECOND SCREENING
Submitters whose entries pass the first screening are included in competition /exhibition.
MATERIALS TO BE RECEIVED
Promoted by five European publishers, the contest is open to photographers of all nationalities.
The competition requires a substantial, completed and unpublished photographic book project. The winning project is published in book form simultaneously by each publisher in their own country resulting in one of the most extensive cultural collaborations currently existing in Europe.
Now in its 18th year, it is organized by Actes Sud (France), Apeiron (Greece), Dewi Lewis Publishing (Great Britain), Kehrer Verlag (Germany) and Peliti Associati (Italy).
Previous winners include Klavdij Sluban whose book `East to East' brings together photographs made following the route of the Trans-Siberian Railway and Haris Kakarouhas for his photos of Cuba.
For more information, click here.
Dear friends of Prints for Peace,
This is a friendly reminder of our deadline April 15 2011
for the reception of the Prints in Monterrey.
We still have time. Please help us distribute this call to other printmakers,
thank you very much and Saludos from México.
The complete call in English and in Spanish is in http://www.printsforpeacemexico.blogspot.com/
please write with questions to printspeace@gmail
Theme : Peace, No fee no return, 10 x 10 inches , deadline April 15, 2011.
Dra. Guadalupe Victorica
Cuarta Convocatoria Internacional Grabados por la Paz M€ ¦éxico 2011
Tercera Colectiva Internacional de Grabado 2011
Fourth International Prints for Peace 20111, Third International Printmaking Collective 2010