We are excited to be hiring a new designer in our Department of Art starting next fall. Applications are due Dec 5th. The position is flexible as to skills/interests. The ideal candidate is an artist-designer comfortable working in an interdisciplinary art department environment. Join a great group of faculty including Steve Kurtz of Critical Art Ensemble, John Jennings, Jonathan Katz, Stephanie Rothenberg, Paul Vanouse and Zach Blas.
Department of Art at the University at Buffalo: Assistant Professor- Graphic Design Job Posting Number1400552 www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu
The Department of Art at the University at Buffalo expects to hire a faculty member at the level of Assistant Professor to begin in August 2015.
The Department of Art at the University at Buffalo is dedicated to developing the creative skills of students in studio and post-studio art and graphic design, as well as their academic skills in aesthetics, critical theory, and art history in order to enable students to present their unique visions within the contemporary cultural environment.
We seek an accomplished graphic designer with an innovative, experimental style and a multidisciplinary approach to pedagogy and professional practice. The ideal candidate should have expertise working with traditional and emerging media and be comfortable teaching both art and design students at the undergraduate and graduate level in a liberal arts environment. The candidate should be well versed in contemporary design discourse and foster critical thinking in the classroom. A broad understanding of the role and impact of design on global markets, business and entrepreneurship is beneficial. We are interested in a candidate who will be an inspiration and mentor to students and excited to forge partnerships, networks, and foster opportunities for students' collaborations with the local design community and beyond.
In addition to a strong typographic sensibility, a high level of expertise in one or more of the following areas is desired: information design, experience design, design process and strategy, time-based design, mobile platforms, sustainability and social design.
A flagship institution of the SUNY system, the University at Buffalo is a first tier research university. UB is an equal opportunity employer and encourages women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and veterans to apply.
Responsibilities include teaching two courses per semester (studio practice and critical seminars) to all levels of undergraduate and graduate art and design students; serving on MFA and MA thesis committees, assisting in the recruitment of graduate and undergraduate students; serving on departmental and university committees; evolving the art and design curriculum; and developing and maintaining a vigorous research/creative profile.
The deadline for applications is December 5, or until the position is filled. However, applicants are encouraged to submit their dossiers early as review will begin immediately.
Applicants should submit all required materials electronically at
-- MFA in Graphic Design or equivalent -- Ability to teach foundational principles and formal methodologies as well as special topic upper level classes -- Artistic or professional recognition in the Graphic Design field -- Potential for national and international profile
Three years of college level teaching or equivalent professional experience. In addition to a strong typographic sensibility, a high level of expertise in one or more of the following areas is desired: information design, experience design, design process and strategy, time-based design, mobile platforms, sustainability and social design.
Applicants should upload the following to the UB Jobs application:
1. Letter of interest. 2. Full CV. 3. A statement of research interests. 4. Teaching philosophy. 5. URL of Portfolio with examples of professional work and examples of student work 6. A list of 3 references with contact information
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Department of Communication is now accepting applications for a tenure-track assistant professor in the Media Arts and Game Development (MAGD) program. The starting date for the position is August 24, 2015.
Qualifications: Candidates for this position will have the academic preparation and demonstrable experience to teach undergraduate courses in some of the following areas: game design, creating coding, game development, web design/development, physical computing, and other emergent/computational media (theory and practice). The candidate should also have an active research and/or creative agenda within one or more of these areas. A terminal degree (Ph.D. or M.F.A) in a relevant field by time of appointment is required for this position.
An interest in creating courses in the candidates areas of expertise and determining the future direction of the program are considered assets for this position. We welcome applications from those who consider themselves creative practitioners as well as research practitioners in any of the areas above.
Gallery 263: CHROMA Call for art Deadline: December 7, 2014 Application fee: $25 US artists
A national juried call for work on hue, saturation and value. Apply with your most glowing, blushing, luscious artwork in any medium! Artwork will be selected by Lynda Schlosberg (Boston-based artist, Kingston Gallery) and exhibited at Gallery 263, Cambridge, MA.
Exhibition dates: January 15 - February 14, 2015
Deadline for Submission: Sunday December 7, 2014, 11:59pm
Notification of selected work by: Monday, December 14, 2014
Online Submissions Only.
Entry Fee: Artists may enter up to 6 works. $25 for 1-3, $40 for 4-6. Payment must be received by submission deadline.
Artwork Eligibility: Must have been created in the last 5 years and complete.
2D Max Dimensions: 60” W x 108” H (40 lbs. max)
3D Max Dimensions: MUST be self-supportive or mountable; may not exceed 108"H x 30"W x 30"D.
Shipped 2D artwork may not exceed: 40”W x 40”H , 40 lbs.
Shipped 3D artwork may not exceed: 30” W x 30”D x 40”H, 40 lbs.
Installations must be simple to assemble or installed by artist.
Time Media: No length restrictions. Submit with links to streaming or DVD.
The Studio for Interrelated Media (SIM) Department at MassArt in Boston, MA, is seeking a highly motivated interdisciplinary artist, engaged in contemporary practice and techniques, for a full-time, Tenure Track Faculty position beginning Fall, 2015. SIM is a multi-disciplinary program with a strong emphasis on critique, conceptual foundations, student volition, and individualized advising. Students work in all media, with a concentration on interdisciplinary practice and innovative technologies. Please visit [sim.massart.edu] for more information about the department.
This position is part of a highly collaborative, innovative and flexible team of faculty that shares departmental planning, student advising and curricular design. The position includes teaching responsibilities in a team-taught Major Studio class comprised of weekly student-run presentations and productions where students select, schedule and technically support their colleagues’ presentations in all media. This position also includes teaching elective courses already in circulation as well as other courses to be proposed based on the candidate’s expertise. Additional duties include individualized advising, review boards, mentoring, and committee work. The position is based on a 3/3 course load.
Established in 1873, Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt) was the first and remains the only freestanding public college of art and design in the US. The college is nationally known for offering broad access to a quality professional arts education, accompanied by a strong general education in the liberal arts. A major cultural force in Boston, MassArt offers public programs of innovative exhibitions, lectures and events. The Studio for Interrelated Media, founded in 1969, is one of the first interdisciplinary experimental undergrad fine arts programs. It is a student-driven, highly individualized program that emphasizes conceptually-based artistic practice, media experimentation, and live events. [www.massart.edu]
Massachusetts College of Art and Design is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Candidates who have experience with a variety of teaching methods and/or curricular perspectives are encouraged to apply.
Review of applications will begin on Friday, January 16, 2015 and will continue until the position is filled.
Call for Vendors: Snowflake Festival of Arts and Crafts, Spruce Grove Deadline November 15 Please join the Spruce Grove Art Gallery/Allied Arts Council in celebrating the season with the Snowflake Festival of Arts and Crafts. Festival takes place November 29th from 10:00am – 5:00pm at the Pioneer Lodge in Spruce Grove. The Spruce Grove Art [&hellip
October 25 – November 29, 2014 Opening Reception: Saturday, October 25, 2 to 4 pm ACC Discovery Gallery CAFFEINE – ROBIN DUPONT & SARAH PIKE The caffeine rituals we partake in as humans are many and varied. From the blend and preparation to the time of day and people we choose to share a coveted [&hellip
Participation will be possible. In the November we will male the first plant elections in the world - ultimately plants will vote in parliamentary elections in Poland 2015 with the much more advanced methodology sohtware-hardware system - I I will construct the device that will be more perfect but today, we can let the flora choose their candidate for the local government and vote for candidate giving our vote your to our plant. I would like to spread this software and opportunity as much as it is only possible but definitely now I can just open my studio on election day for everybody who would like to ask the plant how she/he should vote and everyone will be able to come to my place with his plant to find out for who to vote, I recommend and invite ... especially undecided. Introduce in Poland born of the alternative to democracy, much more advanced form, the world's first application to democracy called ZOECRACY. First in Europe democratic system was rised in Poland. First in the world ZOECRATIC elections will take place in Poland too.
The upcoming 2015 grant’s deadline is May 31, 2015. Application fee: $50 USD Gene Smith Grant The W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography is presented annually to a photographer whose past work and proposed project, as judged by a panel of experts, follows the tradition of W. Eugene Smith’s concerned photography and dedicated compassion [&hellip
2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Open for Entries January 5, 2015 to February 26, 2015 Show us life through your lens Put nature in the frame and take part in the world’s most prestigious nature photography event. Enter the next competition from 5 January 2015 – 27 February 2015. It’s open to professional, amateur [&hellip
The Graphic Design program within the School of Art+Design at Purchase College, State University of New York is seeking a part-time faculty member to teach Digital Media for Designers 2.
Digital Media for Designers 2 is a sophomore-level course that introduces design majors to the tools and methodologies of motion graphics and interactive design. We're looking for a graphic designer adept at Adobe After Effects, Dreamweaver (or equivalent Web software), and some knowledge of HTML5/CSS and/or Flash. Prior college level teaching experience is helpful, but strong interest in teaching a must! Salary commensurate with experience. This course meets Thursdays 12:30-3:20pm, with another section later the same day, at 4:30-7:20pm and Fridays 12:30-3:20pm. Spring classes begin January 21 and end May 12. Health benefits are available for instructors that teach more than one section.
The Graphic Design program at Purchase College is a professional degree program (BFA) that approaches graphic design as a vital field of professional art practice that gives meaningful form to culture through a wide variety of media. Purchase College is a 4000-student, public liberal arts college that includes renown professional degree programs in the visual and performing arts, part of the State University of New York System, located on a 500-acre campus 25 miles north of NYC in Westchester NY (near White Plains).
The Early Media Instruments DVD Set features demonstrations by Dave Jones, Hank Rudolph and Benton C Bainbridge of some of the most influential real-time analog video processing tools used by media artists. Each DVD covers the purpose, operation and function of a specific instrument, including:
• Jones Colorizer • Jones Frame Buffer • Jones Keyer • Jones Sequencer • Paik / Abe Video Synthesizer • Raster Manipulation Unit - Wobbulator • Rutt / Etra Model RE-4 Video Synthesizer • Sandin Image Processor
This DVD set was produced by The Experimental Television Center and their Video History Project and is distributed by Signal Culture. Support Signal Culture and get these amazing DVDs.
Individuals $90 donation ($85 is tax deductible) Libraries $200 donation ($195 is tax deductible)
Unruly Potluck Social Practice Gets Messy Friday, November 07, 2014, 7:30PM - 10:00PM Location: SPACES 2220 Superior Viaduct Cleveland, OH 44113 SPACES is participating in the Unruly Engagements Conference: On the Social Turn in Contemporary Art & Design, with a potluck dinner, collaboratively presented with Social Practices Art Network (SPAN). During this interdisciplinary conference that will examine various approaches to social practices, we wanted to get out of the academic setting and get a little messy. Is it socially engaging to have a food fight? We're not sure, but we're willing to find out. We hope that the potluck will encourage a feisty wrap up conversation from the 3 day-long conference hosted at Cleveland Institute of Art. This is an opportunity to have an informal and casual gathering – a chance for artists, culture workers, community activists, students and other types of organizers to meet and get to know each other, whether you've attended the conference or not. Our potluck partner is the Social Practices Art Network (SPAN), a resource for individuals, organizations, community groups and institutions that are interested in new genre arts forms and practices. During the potluck (SPAN) will discuss their nascent project, (SPAN)Together Cleveland, which will provide a snapshot of what it means to be a socially or community engaged cultural worker in Cleveland. This event is free and open to the public, but we ask that you bring drinks or a side dish to share. Other Upcoming Events 11.01.14 Optical Delusions: L... 11.14.14 Opening Reception VIEW ALL
NeMe and the Art History and Theory Research Lab (Cyprus University of Technology) present: It's the Political Economy, Stupid an international exhibition and a pre-opening seminar.
With the collapse of the international markets in 2008 and the subsequent bail-outs of financial institutions in many countries including Cyprus, came the unprecedented criticism of governmental collusion with financial imperialism. This criticism has most recently given us waves of protest and resistance worldwide, at a time when the deterritorialised flow of finance capital is melting down all that was once solid, into raw material for market speculation. The exhibition represents a significant response to this crisis. It derives its title from US presidential candidate Bill Clinton's 1992 campaign statement, It's the economy, stupid, modified to It's the political economy, stupid, by philosopher Slavoj Zizek.
Curators: Oliver Ressler and Gregory Sholette. Participating artists: Filippo Berta, Christopher Christou, Noel Douglas, Libia Castro & Ólafur Ólafsson, Paolo Cirio, Yevgeniy Fiks / Olga Kopenkina / Alexandra Lerman, Field Work, flo6×8, Melanie Gilligan, Institute for Wishful Thinking, Jan Peter Hammer, Alicia Herrero, Sherry Millner & Ernie Larsen, Suzana Phialas, Zanny Begg & Oliver Ressler, Isa Rosenberger, Dread Scott, Marios Theophilides, Pavlos Vrionides. Venue: NeMe Arts Centre, corner of Ellados and Enoseos (opposite to Katholiki Church), Limassol. Opening: Monday, 10 November, 8:00pm. Duration: 11 November-6 December, Tuesday-Friday: 5:00pm-9:00pm, Saturday: 10:00-13:00.
Time and venue: Monday, 10 November, 5:00pm-7:30pm, Pefkios Georghiades Hall, Cyprus University of Technology, Limassol. Speakers: Gregory Sholette, Oliver Ressler, Areti Leopoulou, Andreas Panayiotou, Noel Douglas. Moderator: Antonis Danos. [Presentations and discussion in English].
Main Supporter: Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture Supported by: The Austrian Embassy Cyprus, Municipality of Limassol, ndline, The Copy Shop. Media Sponsor: Kanali 6.
DERNIERE MINUTE : IHEAP be-and-art.com Institut des hautes études en arts plastiques (Iheap)Appel à candidature 2014Session X : "Soustraire", 2014-2016 L’Iheap dispense un cursus sans équivalent qui offre à ses participants l’opportunité de se libérer des acquis hérités de l’histoire de l’art du 20e siècle. Il propose également de mettre en évidence certains des enjeux à l’œuvre dans l’art du 21e siècle, une histoire en cours d’écriture à laquelle les participants pourront éventuellement prendre part. [ 182 more words. ]
CALL : 6th Annual Drawing Discourse Exhibition be-and-art.com Deadline: November 16th, 2014 As part of an ongoing commitment to promote drawing practices in the visual arts, the University of North Carolina Asheville (UNC Asheville) invites artists to submit entries to an International juried exhibition of contemporary drawing. UNC Asheville seeks to examine drawing as it is practiced and defined by today’s artists. Such an exhibition will demonstrate the continued significance of drawing through both conventional and innovative methods. [ 214 more words. ]
CALL: CURRENTS: Santa Fe International New Media Festival be-and-art.com Deadline: December 1st, 2014 Artists, performers & developers are invited to submit their work This year’s Categories include: New Media Installations, Outdoor Architectural Mapping and New Media Installations, Single Channel Video and Animation, Multimedia Performance, Fulldome, Experimental or Interactive Documentary, Web-Art/Art-Gaming/Mobile Device Apps, Oculus Rift, Robotics and 3D Printing. Two new special Categories: Axle Contemporary Mobile Gallery and New Media New Mexico 2015… [ 145 more words. ]
MIA is pleased to present Imaginal Fiction, a diverse selection of eight recent artists’ videos linked by a style of story telling that is akin to the process of active imagination. Each video uses enigmatic imagery and an oblique approach to create new, emotionally communicative mythologies.
Ved'ma (2012) by Cornelia Eichhorn [France] is a 3-channel installation which follows three women simultaneously as they experience wildly dream-like situations rooted in Russian fairy-tales. Native American (2012) by Giulia Grossmann [France] hovers on the edge between art film and documentary, following the inhabitants of a French resort where guests dress and behave as if they were living in the fabled American West. 21 Chitrakoot (2012) by Shambhavi Kaul [NC] is a landscape film which uses backdrops pulled from a mythological Indian television series to trace a narrative. The Arrival (2013) by Solimán López [Spain] is an allegorical piece working with our collective relationship to communications technology. The choir (2013) by Marcantonio Lunardi [Italy] features a group of choral singers who perform in a church with monitors over their faces which simultaneously broadcast images of their own heads singing the same piece. Dove (2011) by Santiago Parres aka EZO [Spain] is a review and appropriation of a classic Spanish song. ANXIETY (2013) by Elliot Storey [NY] plays with dancers, sculpture, and rchitecture to illustrate the emotional state. Hunter/Hunted (2012) by WE (Kye Wilson and Helena Eflerová)[UK] is a two-channel installation, which follows the performance of Eflerová as both the huntress and the prey.
The MIA [Moving Image Art] program of screenings and exhibitions was founded by video artist Alanna Simone in Pasadena, CA in 2012. MIA is pleased to present Imaginal Fiction on 29 October at the Armory in Pasadena, CA and in Chicago on 12 November at Comfort Station in Logan Square. In both cities the show starts at 8pm and entrance is free.
Exhibition CCAC is asking artists, artisans, crafters, students, and even politicians to donate 5 inch by 7 inch works of art. The 5x7 format will keep supply costs low, and you won’t even have to frame it. We’ll welcome works in any media that fits the 5x7 dimensions and is hangable.
Online Exhibition, Competition, Other Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery announces a call for art for the gallery’s 4th Annual “Open” (No Theme) Juried Art Competition for the month of November 2014.
Exhibition, Competition This month Art with a Heart is exploring two fundamentals within Art: the medium of drawing and the subject of the Human form; a medium essential to any artist and a theme that dominates both historical and contemporary art.
Exhibition, Competition Draw your Own Conclusions is exploring the medium of drawing . We are looking for artists who explore the medium of drawing. This can include the traditional forms such as pencil, charcoal and ink to the more contemporary and unconventional tools.
Residency Parallel AIR seeks applications from emerging / mid-career artists and experts, for whom the programme may make a significant impact on their careers, and from artists with established national and/or international reputations for whom a change of environment may offer refreshment and inspiration.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS, INTERNATIONAL GARDEN FESTIVAL 16th Edition, Jardins de Métis International Garden Festival 2015 at the Reford Gardens / Jardins de Métis The deadline for the submission of entries is MONDAY NOVEMBER 17, 2014 at 5 pm EST The International Garden Festival, presented at the Jardins de Métis / Reford Gardens in the Gaspésie region of Québec, is preparing its [&hellip
International Design Call, Seed Awards for Excellence in Public Interest Design 2015 Deadline: November 20, 2014 SEED Awards for Excellence in Public Interest Design About Design Corps and Social Economic Environmental Design® (SEED) Network – in conjunction with our 2015 partner, the Lawrence Technological University – are pleased to announce the Fifth Annual SEED Awards for Excellence in Public [&hellip
International Call for Entries, Silhouettes, Linus Art Galleries Silhouettes create a striking contrast between the subject and its environment. They can be very informative, reveal a teasing amount of detail or communicate complete anonymity; in all cases, leaving the viewer intrigued. Submit your silhouette inspired art for this call for entries! Calls are open to [&hellip
Mark Your Calendars! Handmade Here Art & Craft Sale, Calgary November 15 and 16, 2015 Handmade Here is a “must do” event every Christmas in Calgary. Make time to drop by and enjoy this beautiful Art & Craft sale. Featuring an impressive range of work by 25 of Calgary’s most engaging artists. Meet the artists, learn [&hellip
Call to Artisans, Carrot Christmas Arts Bazaar, Edmonton On Friday November 28th and Saturday November 29th the Carrot Community Arts Coffeehouse will be hosting the 2014 Carrot Christmas Arts Bazaar in conjunction with Just Christmas, a Christmas craft fair at the Alberta Ave Community League. This year we will feature 6 indoor artisan spaces inside the Carrot and 6 outdoor artisan spaces in heated [&hellip
Call for Applications: Gros Morne Craft Residency, The Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador Deadline for applications: November 3, 2014 The Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador is accepting applications for the Gros Morne Craft Residency. This residency is for a 3-4 week period between November 17, 2014 and March 31, 2015. Residents are required [&hellip
Save the Date! Craft Co-Mingle Fine Arts And Craft Sale – Medicine Hat, AB Dates: November 7 & 8, 2014 Times: Friday, 1:00pm – 8:00pm & Saturday, 10:00am – 5:00pm Location: Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre in Medicine Hat, AB. The Craft Co-Mingle is a vibrant fine arts and craft sale located in Medicine Hat, [&hellip
Indies from the Middle is a curated collection of independent games that uniquely represent the character, personality and aesthetics of the country's mid-Atlantic region. The one day pop-up arcade occurs on December 7th, 2014 at the Smithsonian Art Museum, 8th and F NW, Washington, DC 20004.
The event is curated and organized in partnership with The International Game Developer's Association (IGDA) chapters in Washington DC, Baltimore and Philadelphia along with American University and the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
The aim of the exhibit is to celebrate independent games and the novel experiences they offer. Games must be made by developers, artist and/or designers based in the Washington DC, Baltimore, or Philadelphia areas.
We're a small team of six based in New York City. We're hiring for a handful of specific roles, but if you find this project fascinating, please don't hesitate to reach out.
Android Engineer — We're looking for someone to lead the development of the EO1 Android-based operating system, in addition to a mobile Android app. You should have a few years of experience working with Android. You'll work closely with the team building the integrated computer for EO1, to maximize graphics performance. Most of the work will be at the application layer, but you should have some comfort digging into the lower level stuff. We're a small team, so it will be important for you to have a keen eye for user experience as well.
Product Engineer — The person in this role will build the web and mobile web Rails applications that support the Electric Objects community and Store, where users will discover, share, buy and display artwork. You should have spent at least a few years working on websites, and ideally spent some time building community software. You've probably worked on side projects before. That's what this is like, except all the time.
iOS Engineer — Lead the development of the iPhone and iPad applications that help users discover, collect and display artwork on their EO1. We're pretty sure that most people will control what appears on their EO1 with their phone, so this is a pretty important platform for us. We're looking for someone with a few years of iOS development under their belt.
Other notes: The pay and equity are competitive We'll help the right person relocate
Art Gallery of Grande Prairie presents Michèle Karch-Ackerman: Foundling October 23, 2014 – January 18, 2015 Opening reception: Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 7:00 pm Michèle Karch-Ackerman tells the story, stitch by stitch, of her family history. She has built an art practice around acts of caring: using art to soothe the physical and psychological [&hellip
Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton presents David Alexander Landmind: An Equilibrium of Events and Process Artist talk Friday, October 24th from 7- 9 pm Opening Reception Saturday, October 25th from 2 – 4 pm Artist in attendance Landmind: An Equilibrium of Events and Process ‘This eclectic sampling of recent works by David Alexander reveals his inquisitive [&hellip
Artists, performers & developers are now invited to submit their work CURRENTS 2015 – Santa Fe’s International New Media Festival
Deadline: December 1, 2014
This year's categories include: New Media Installations, Outdoor Architectural Mapping and Outdoor New Media Installations, Single Channel Video and Animation, Multimedia Performance, Fulldome Projection, Experimental or Interactive Documentary, Web-Art/Art-Gaming/Mobile Device Art-Apps, Oculus Rift, Robotics and 3D Printing
Call for Emerging Artists, Stride Gallery, Calgary STRIDE CALL FOR EMERGING ARTISTS INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN A GROUP EXHIBITION This special call is directed to emerging artists (artists who have completed post-secondary education within the last 5-years). Proposals received by midnight (MST) on Sunday, November 30 will be considered for a February/March 2015 group exhibition [&hellip
Jarvis Hall Fine Art, Calgary presents Mark Dicey and Jen Somerville MARK DICEY forming JEN SOMERVILLE new work October 30 – November 29, 2014 Please join us for the Opening Receptions for Mark DICEY & Jen SOMERVILLE on Thursday, October 30th between 5 – 8 pm. These simultaneous exhibitions feature new work by both artists. Where Dicey masterfully deals with [&hellip
APPEL: CODELAB #31 be-and-art.com Jusqu'au 26/11/2014 Nous cherchons des gens qui ont des choses à raconter, à montrer, à faire entendre sur le numérique, lors du prochain apéro CODELAB #31 à Echelle Inconnue. Nouvelle lubie des institutions, le numérique ne vaut, pour autant, pas en soi. Il n'est révolution que par ses usages et applications. Langage ou technique, il est à manipuler autant qu'à interroger si possible, simultanément. [ 326 more words. ]
CALL: Experiments in Cinema v10.T36 be-and-art.com Deadline: November 1st, 2014 From their call: Experiments in Cinema (EIC) seeks new and old work that moves beyond traditional narrative, experimental, and documentary forms. We are interested in cinema that “steps on toes”, questions authority, complicates traditions, experiments with form and content, and provides us with a view into the world that we have never seen before—challenge us (if you dare)! [ 163 more words. ]
Int’l Call for World Nomads Travel Photography Scholarship Deadline for Applications: November 24, 2014 No entry fee. Travel period: April 6 to 19, 2014 World Nomads has opened application for its 2014 Travel Photography Scholarship competition, offering one aspiring photographer a chance to go on assignment in the Peruvian Amazon. This opportunity is open to [&hellip
Call for short films: win up to $3K through the NSI Online Short Film Festival Canadian short filmmakers have the chance to win up to $3,000 in cash awards through the National Screen Institute’s Online Short Film Festival. Short films are being accepted from now until Wednesday, December 10, 2014 at 4:30 p.m. CST. Submit your [&hellip
Hard Weather Carson Fisk-Vittori & Anna Sagström October 30 - December 5, 2014 Reception: Thursday, October 30, 7:00-10:00 pm
Break of a wave, bad earth quakes, Weather building up. While surfing a wave I decided to de-install. As soon as I'd come back, I'd re-install. On my way home, a wet morning, sound proof, and the fragrance of a touch. This wet morning, sound proof, sedimentations of you. Soft clouds navigating through damn layers of perfume. Break of a wave causing a subtle insurrection, a rippling aftermath. Is rear view mirror syndrome limiting your potential? I rotate 360 degrees in one day and my memory is gone, now replaced by some casual encounters, some less. Early hours dissolved by patterns of resonance, like a coin falling from a balcony of the 25th floor.
While I was detoxing symbolic success was evaporating in front of me. I turned desire into simple needs, like staying hard.
The new Institute of Fabrefaction gives visual artists access to community and tons of equipment (letterpress, screenprinting, ceramic, wood shop, metal shop, additive manufacturing, vinyl/paper cutters and more) all with 24/7 access! Come to our Grand Opening on Nov 1st 6-9pm and see our new building! We have 12,000 sq. ft. of art making fun! In the main Gallery we are hosting recent large scale works by Kevin Bradley “Robots and Storetry: The Art of Letterpress Typography.” In the Fabrefaction Gallery we will be exhibiting the sculptures of Jeff Hantman. Additionally, come explore the 28+ working artist studios on site!
The 2015 Commonwealth Short Story Prize is open for entries. Entry is free. Each year, five winning writers are selected from five different Commonwealth regions who share a total prize money of £15,000. The overall winner receives £5,000, one of the highest amounts for an international short story prize open to unpublished writers. Regional winners receive £2,500.
Entrants must be citizens of a Commonwealth country. The organisers will request verification of citizenship before winners are selected. Writers from non-Commonwealth countries (including the Republic of Ireland and Zimbabwe) are not eligible.
Within ASEM (Asia-Europe Meeting) the eligible countries are Cyprus, Malta, United Kingdom, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, India, Malaysia, Pakistan and Singapore.
The Commonwealth Short Story Prize brings stories from new and emerging voices, often from countries with little or no publishing infrastructure, to the attention of an international audience. You don’t need an agent, just an internet connection to submit your unpublished story of 2000-5000 words.
Entry is free. Stories translated into English are also eligible.
Closing date: 15 November 2014
Submit your short story via the online application form.
The Commonwealth Short Story Prize is an initiative of Commonwealth Writers. Commonwealth Writers is the cultural initiative of the Commonwealth Foundation. It was set up in 2012 to inspire and connect writers and storytellers across the world. We believe that well-told stories can help people make sense of events, engage with others and take action to bring about change.
London International Creative Competition Final Deadline: November 20, 2014 Forget about Hirst, Spielberg and Amis. We want new, fresh, talented artists who go beyond the pale and know no boundaries. Don’t doubt, just trust, because the London Creative Competition, LICC believe in you and your creative expression. If you think like us, that art is [&hellip
Public Art Coordinator Recreation, Parks and Culture Strathcona County, Alberta Apply by October 31, 2014 (extended deadline) The Public Art Coordinator coordinates all aspects of the County’s Public Art Program including acquisition, conservation and maintenance, citizen engagement, public art education and promotion. This position plans and coordinates with other County departments, the integration of public [&hellip
Call for Submissions :: FAVA Vision Quest – Film Access Program Film and Video Scholarships The Film and Video Arts Society of Alberta (FAVA) is offering film study scholarships to foster diversity and improve access. These Vision Quest Scholarships are supported by the Edmonton Arts Council. Included are: Video Kitchen, Main Course; 12 week intermediate [&hellip
Job Description: Communications Officer This is currently a term position ending May 31, 2015 with possibility for extension or permanent status. Reporting to the Communications Director, and working with various EAC program areas, the Communications Officer develops and implements strategies that create awareness of, interest in and engagement with the activities of the EAC [&hellip
CELEIA – CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ARTS CELJE – LIKOVNI SALON GALLERY INTERNATIONAL OPEN CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROJECT PROPOSALS Public Institution Celeia – Center for Contemporary Arts www.celeia.info/center_sodobnih_umetnosti Exhibition period: 26. 3. – 26. 4. 2015 The Celeia – Center for Contemporary Art Celje announces its International Open Call for project proposals for an exhibition to [&hellip
International Award of Nature Photography OASIS PHOTOCONTEST 2014 Deadline for Entries: December 31, 2014 The new edition of Oasis Photocontest 2014 is finally here, promoted by Oasis magazine. The major Italian competition of nature photography and one of the most important worlwide. Registrations are open until 31 December 2014. Registration “For all fans of photography, it [&hellip
Björk: Biophila Live Exclusive Calgary Screening Captivating Doubleheader Coming to TELUS Spark WHAT: Exclusive in Calgary, Björk: Biophilia Live, a concert movie, comes to TELUS Spark for two screenings this November. This entrancing experience from the innovative Icelandic artist Björk is a captivating exploration of the universe and its physical forces. Recorded live in London, [&hellip
Call for Artworks isea2015.org Regular Deadline for Submissions: December 20, 2014 Projected Date of Regular Notification of Acceptance: January 15, 2015 We are looking for a broad range of works that respond to the ISEA2...
Collaborative prototyping and international symposium
Call to collaborate in the project workshop Interactivos?'14: Rethinking collective behavior and action, (November 11 - 23, 2014). Collaborators will participate in the production of selected projects.
Free registration. Deadline: November 9, 2014.
Medialab-Prado offers free lodging to collaborators in youth hostels during the workshop (limited seating, shall on request and by order of registration, until November 5).
Interactivos?'14: Rethinking collective behavior and action is advised by: Gonzalo G. de Polavieja (Neuroethology Laboratory at the Instituto Cajal) and Abelardo Gil-Fournier
Call for Collaborators: October 21 to November 9, 2014
11 and 12 November: International Symposium 13 to 23 November: development workshop
About this call
Medialab-Prado publishes a call for all those interested in participating in Interactivos?'14: Rethinking collective behavior and action workshop as a collaborator in one of the workgroups that will develop the selected projects.
The collaborator is basic in the planning and development of the workshops at Medialab-Prado, thus these are conceived as spaces for collaborative work, knowledge exchange and theoretical and practical training. It is an environment in which there is an horizontal relationship among mentors, developers and the collaborators.
According to its field of interest, each collaborator can be part of the development team in more than one of the selected proposals bringing his/her knowledge and ideas to the workgroup and, at the same time, learning from the group and the mentors. However, we suggest that employees focus on a proposal to ensure greater commitment with it during all phases of the workshop.
As it is specified in the rules, the names of the collaborators will appear in the project’s credits. Also, Medialab-Prado will give a document certifying the participation in the workshop to all the participants that request it. The workshop runs full time from November 11 to 23, 2014.
If you are interested, fill the FORM that you will find below and send it before November 9, 2014 (see guidelines below).
If you have any questions, please check our frequently asked questions (faq) or write to talleres(at)medialab-prado.es.
Appointment of participants in the workshop
Since there is no selection process for collaborators, all received inscriptions will be accepted until capacity is filled. Once you have submitted the form, you will receive an automatic mail confirmation informing that your data has been successfully received, which means that you have already earned participation in the workshop. Having a place as a collaborators doesn't mean necesarily that you have a place at the hostel (please see below).
For residents out of Madrid, Medialab-Prado will cover for the stay of a limited number of participants at the youth hostels CatsHOSTEL and Albergue Juvenil during the dates of the celebration of the workshop. Each space will be allocated by strict order of registration. Therefore, signing in as a collaborator does not necessarily guarantee that you have a place in the Hostel. Don’t forget to indicate in the form the dates of your stay (Maximum stay: November 10 to 24, 2014), and Medialab-Prado will get in touch with you for a final reservation. The last day to ask for a place is November 5.
Medialab-Prado does not cover traveling nor other expenses during the stay.
Workgroups will begin to form from now through the Community, a specific social network where interested persons may contact the project developers and other partners to raise questions, comments or possible ways of collaboration. The groups will finish settling during the initial presentation of projects.
Residency, Exhibition, Online Exhibition, Grant, Competition, Publication Accepting applications to MiXER 2015 edition – MiXER is a project fostering creative boldness, risk and experimentation within the contemporary art practice. The selected artists are paired up to work collaboratively to design & publish an ARTISTS BOOK.
Exhibition The Franklin Arts Center Resident Artists Gallery presents our November exhibition titled, "All Souls", an exhibition that celebrates Dia de los Muertos, or Day Of The Dead, a Mexican holiday which is celebrated every year to pay respect to the deceased.
Exhibition The Franklin Arts Center Resident Artists Gallery presents our December exhibition titled, "Paper & Stitch", a juried craft exhibition that focuses on handmade items that are created using traditional forms of skill and craftsmanship.
Exhibition We are seeking artwork that expresses a sense of transformation from one thing to another. Artists may submit artwork that responds to each of these two words individually, or both of them together as they follow each other in sequence. In relation to the title, artwork, objects...
We’re preparing for Nick Briz’s Artist Talk this Oct 24 Thursday at 7 PM, but we’ve got great news for you:
Media artist, musician and engineer of “strange sounding mechanisms” Dmitry Morozov, ::vtol:: is in town next week! He’ll be speaking on Monday Oct 27th at 8 PM at Catalyze Chicago, and performing at Tritriangle on Tuesday Oct 28 at 8 PM at 1550 N. Milwaukee 3/F. If you’re not familiar with his work we recommend you check out [vtol.cc] !!!
::vtol:: is the project of Dmitry Morozov, Moscow media artist, musician and engineer of strange sounding mechanisms. In the mid 00s Dmitry started to use actively his DIY and Circuit Bent instruments for his own music projects, as well as making instruments for other musicians and media artists. He is the first batch producer of music and video synthesizers at the post-Soviet area. Besides making music and instruments, Dmitry creates audiovisual art installations and promotes Circuit Bending and DIY Electronics in Russia by means of lectures and workshops.
We also have upcoming talks and workshops from Claudia Hart (November 12), Chris Collins (December), Jon Chambers (January), Yaloo Pop (February) and Paula Nacif (March)!
In other news, new media artist and prof extraordinaire Carla Gannis has an opening, The Garden of Emoji Delights, at Kasia Kay Art Projects this Friday Oct 24 6-8pm! Artist is present, and her show is also screening at Transfer Gallery in Brooklyn. [https:]]
Dorkbot is a multi-city series of free informal talks by people who do strange things with electricity. It has been running since 2008.
Do you do fun things with technology? Want to give a talk, demo, or workshop to other people playing with tech? Please email Jen Chan [jennifer7chan(at)gmail(dot)com] and Josh Billions [josh(at)catalyzechicago(dot)org].
Exhibition, Curatorial Proposal InActu means 'a moment of action'. Every semester we organize this exhibition in Brasília, the capital of Brazil. This semester we are looking for artists working around this specific theme: your body.
Open call for applications for Gyeonggi Creation Center residency programme in Korea – artists working in all disciplines and genres encouraged to apply for 3 month residencies. 12 international artists/teams to be selected for 2015 residencies.
Disciplines: All Disciplines, Architecture, Collaboration, Concept & Theory, Curatorial, Design, Digital, Experimental, Film & Video, Installation, Media Arts, Music & Sound, Other, Photography, Poetry, Printmaking, Research, Science, Sculpture, Technology, Theater, Visual Arts, Writing.
Deadline: 3 November 2014
Duration: 3 Months
Eligibility: Artists working in all disciplines and genres are eligible to apply. No restrictions on nationality, age, and media.
Costs: There will be no rental or program fee for the residency program. GCC, however, doesn’t fund living, material, and travel expenses. Artists are encouraged to find alternative sources by themselves.
▶ Each GCC International Resident Artist receives: • A private studio in GCC Studio Building I • Access to Media Shop, Print Shop, Wood Shop, Archive Room ▶ Support on program • The presence of artists per period, each of whom gives a slide lecture, workshop, and offers optional individual studio visit • Exhibition opportunities in GCC or outside GCC ▶ Other support • Accidental injury Insurance ※ Details will be discussed with the Curatorial Team of GCC after being chosen as candidate.
Gyeonggi Creation Center, located in Sungam-do, Ansan-si in Gyeonggi Province, Korea is an art sponsorship organization to support creative activities and researches by domestic and overseas artists. With a variety of facilities such artists’ studios, art and crafts workshops, artwork storage, a theater and a number of multi-purpose halls, Gyeonggi Creation Center hosts exhibitions and open-studio events, community based art programs, art education, and international exchange programs.
Make Something Edmonton, Project Accelerator Micro-Grant Application Deadline: 5pm MST, Monday Nov 3, 2014 Overview and Purpose You want to make something beautiful, something strange, something unforgettable in Edmonton. How do you get started? With a great idea, with a team, with some door-knocking and some action. When you’re ready for action, you might find [&hellip
Job Opportunity, Director, Art Gallery of St Albert The Arts and Heritage Foundation of St Albert is a non-profit society who, through a Partnership Agreement with the City of St Albert, manage and operate the Art Gallery of St Albert, Musée Héritage Museum and St Albert Heritage Sites. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director [&hellip
Call for Submissions, Emerging Artists Unleashed, Alberta Society of Artists Deadline for submissions: January 7th, 2015 Prospectus Overview The ASA is excited to announce its first student exhibition call for submissions for 2015 titled Emerging Artists Unleashed. In support of emerging artists in Alberta, the ASA is proud to provide resources, and an artistic platform, to help [&hellip
International Call to Planning Artists, Art Master Plan for Combined Sewer Overflow Project 4Culture & King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division Seattle, WA, USA Budget: $100,000 Eligibility: Open to professional artists and artist-led teams residing in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Deadline: October 30, 2014 – 5 p.m. 4Culture, in partnership with King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division, is seeking [&hellip
Art Gallery of St. Albert, CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 2016 Deadline for submissions: Saturday, March 7, 2015, 5 pm Art Gallery of St Albert (AGSA), a contemporary public art gallery, seeks submissions from artists working in all styles and mediums for exhibition in the 2016 calendar year. The Gallery strives to provide an exhibition schedule and [&hellip
McMullen Gallery, Edmonton presents What’s Before and Behind – Patrick Higgins Oct 18 – Dec 07, 2014 Opening Reception: Thursday, October 23 7-9pm. What’s Before and Behind features the painted work of Patrick Higgins, and this is his first exhibition in McMullen Gallery. It represents his most recent studio work and highlights two main threads [&hellip
Kiwanis Gallery, Red Deer presents Unfulfilled Precogition: Works by Alexis Marie Chute Red Deer Arts Council and Red Deer Public Library are pleased to present Unfulfilled Precognition: Works by Alexis Marie Chute, which runs in the Kiwanis Gallery from October 21 to November 23, 2014. Our First Friday Red Deer is November 7 from 6:00 to [&hellip