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Starts:
Jan
18
2005

Los Angeles Movers 818.439.3474-Art Moving


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Other

Dates:
Tue Jan 18, 2005 00:00 - Tue Jan 18, 2005

Description:
Los-Angeles Movers http://www.mover4u.com World moving & Storage Inc announces the launch of its new website, http://www.mover4u.com. The new site provides the ultimate guide for moving and relocation services. By using mover4u.com, users can quickly find certified movers, auto transporters, real estate services, and more than 20 other categories. With over 150 different moving & relocation companies in the directory already, users can easily locate services nationally, statewide, and by area. Los Angeles California - - ...


Starts:
Jan
28
2005

SVA MFA Computer Art New Studio Space Opening Party


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Other

Dates:
Fri Jan 28, 2005 00:00 - Tue Jan 18, 2005

Description:
You are cordially invited to attend our New Studio Space Opening Party on Friday, January 28 from 5:00-8:00 PM on the 7th floor of 132 W. 21 St between 6th and 7th Avenues. Please join us in celebrating the expansion of the SVA MFA Computer Art Lab. We'll also be screening the new MFA Computer Art DVD. Refreshments will be served. No RSVP required and please bring your friends. For futher information, please call Renee ...


Starts:
Jan
20
2005

EXHIBITION ICA digital studio LONDON


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Other

Dates:
Thu Jan 20, 2005 00:00 - Mon Jan 17, 2005

Description:
DATA\_HOME HOME\_DATA ICA digital studio Animation work + interactive processes by Sissu Tarka 20 Jan - 20 Feb 2005 PRIVATE VIEW: Thurs 20 Jan 6 - 8 pm +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Tarka's background is in Fine Art practice. D\_H H\_D will present animation and interactive work in a non-productive and imaginative new media site. Deriving from found objects and imagery, the installation of moving images appropriates minimalist aesthetics and combines them with animation’s subversive aspects. Emergency pictures ...


Starts:
Jan
19
2005

c-e-n-t-e-r art project: Video Art Screening Wed. Jan. 19


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Other

Dates:
Wed Jan 19, 2005 00:00 - Sun Jan 16, 2005

Description:
c-e-n-t-e-r art project: collaborative video art project featuring visual artists, musicians, and actors Upcoming video art screenings: Los Angeles area. Wednesday January 19th at 9PM. The Social. at Arsenal: 12012 Pico (1/2 block east of bundy) directions to event: 405 to the 10 freeway WEST exit BUNDY North, 1 block to PICO, Right on PICO, 1/2 block on the right. Flyer at web site: http://c-e-n-t-e-r.com/


Starts:
Feb
13
2005

The Death of Maria Malibran at Ocularis


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Other

Dates:
Sun Feb 13, 2005 00:00 - Sun Jan 16, 2005

Description:
The Death of Maria Malibran Werner Schroeter, 1971, 104min. Sunday, February 13 at 7 pm Ticket Price $6 In collaboration with the Goethe-Institut New York, Ocularis is proud to present a screening of Werner Schroeter’s Der Tod der Maria Malibran (The Death of Maria Malibran), a criminally undershown hallmark of the German New Wave. Once referred to by Schroeter as his “main work,” this curious melodrama refigures the various myths surrounding the famed mezzo-soprano, resulting ...


Starts:
Feb
06
2005

"High Above This Wall" at Ocularis


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Other

Dates:
Sun Feb 06, 2005 00:00 - Sun Jan 16, 2005

Description:
High Above This Wall: The Cinematexas Roadshow Sunday, February 6 at 7 pm Ticket Price $6 Ocularis presents a traveling show of work from the Cinematexas International Short Film Festival in Austin. They call Texas the Lone Star state. And lately some Texans have in fact been acting like lone stars at the center of the universe: behaving as if their law is mightiest, existing apart from any other galaxy. But Cinematexas doesn't accept this ...


Starts:
Jan
30
2005

"All Words Are Flesh" at Ocularis


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Other

Dates:
Sun Jan 30, 2005 00:00 - Sun Jan 16, 2005

Description:
All Words Are Flesh: Scenes from the Gryphon Group Sunday, January 30 at 7 pm Ticket Price $6 Long before Todd Haynes and Sadie Benning, there were Charles Boultenhouse and Willard Maas. Along with Stan Brakhage, Marie Menken, Gregory Markopolous, Ben Moore, and Charles Henri Ford, they formed the Gryphon Group, a seminal if overlooked collective of (mostly gay) experimental filmmakers. “All Words Are Flesh” is the first in an ongoing series of programs devoted ...


Deadline:
Jan
16
2005

1-day Guest Lecturer / Syracuse University


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Other

Deadline:
Sun Jan 16, 2005 14:31

Description:
The Computer Art program at Syracuse University is seeking a guest artist whose work utilizes Flash Actionscripting for an afternoon or early evening presentation/demo. Preferably, your work holds a combination of the following qualities: • interesting conceptually • unique technical approaches • uses Flash ActionScript (preferably AS 2.0) • demonstrable techniques connecting Actionscript with the Teleo SDK and/or multi-user applications (i.e. Unity 2) and/or internet data mining We will cover your airfare (or other travel), ...


Deadline:
Jan
16
2005

Re: thecry.org


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Other

Deadline:
Sun Jan 16, 2005 13:32

Description:
Indira Montoya wrote: > Thecry.org was a mental escape from the social and political crisis my > country went trough in 2001 and 2002. > My friends had left for europe, Buenos Aires was the capital of chaos, > and I saw my life and projects run down the drain in a few days. Love, > hatred, illusions, all could be resumed in a word: failure. > thecry.org is about visual consequences; the only consequences ...


Deadline:
Jan
15
2005

Call for Proposals: PoV Alternative Games Exhibition


Type:
Call for Proposals

Deadline:
Sat Jan 15, 2005 19:25

Description:
____________________________________________________ CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS PoV: Alternative Games Exhibition June 17-20, 2005 Port of Vancouver, Renaissance Hotel Waterfront Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada The PoV (Point of View) Alternative Games Exhibition will focus on groundbreaking digital games and game-based projects that innovate through content, process, use of technology, interaction, expectations and audience; in short, games that refuse to rehash standard themes and paradigms. The juried exhibition will run from June 17th to 20th at Vancouver’s Renaissance Hotel ...


Starts:
Feb
12
2005

Conference: Creative Evolution at Goldsmiths College, University of London


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Other

Dates:
Sat Feb 12, 2005 00:00 - Sat Jan 15, 2005

Description:
Creative Evolution A 2-day conference at Goldsmiths College, University of London Sat/Sun 12-13 February 2005 Registration: 20 How do we come to be what we are? Through the quintessentially religious event of creation? Or through natural-scientific processes of evolution? Is there a coming to gether of nature and culture, mind and brain in the context of ‘creative evolution’? Does mind evolve from brain, or do nature and culture stand in a co-evolutionary relationship to one ...


Starts:
Jan
15
2005

Creative Evolution Conference at Goldsmiths College, U.of London


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Other

Dates:
Sat Jan 15, 2005 00:00 - Sat Jan 15, 2005

Description:
Creative Evolution A 2-day conference at Goldsmiths College, University of London Sat/Sun 12-13 February 2005 Registration: 20 How do we come to be what we are? Through the quintessentially religious event of creation? Or through natural-scientific processes of evolution? Is there a coming to gether of nature and culture, mind and brain in the context of ‘creative evolution’? Does mind evolve from brain, or do nature and culture stand in a co-evolutionary relationship to one ...


Starts:
Jan
29
2005

The Washroom Projects


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Other

Dates:
Sat Jan 29, 2005 00:00 - Sat Jan 15, 2005

Description:
The Washroom Projects Filthy McNasty’s, 68 Amwell St, London EC, UK 29 January 2005, 8pm ‘til late January 2005 I am excited to present to you The Washroom Projects (TWP), a unique cross-arts performance project that brings dance, music, live art, fine arts, spoken word and physical theatre to the most unusual yet most familiar of locations: the public toilet. The aim of TWP is to develop creative space outside accepted arts venues - galleries, ...


Deadline:
Jan
14
2005

Job Notice in Conceptual/ Information Arts - San Francisco State University


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Other

Deadline:
Fri Jan 14, 2005 22:17

Description:
Job Opportunity Art Department, San Francisco State University Conceptual /Information Arts (Sabbatical Leave Replacement) Fall,2005 and Spring 2006 Lecturer Level Conceptual/Information Arts (CIA) is dedicated to preparing artists and media experimentors to work at the cutting edge of technology. It is one of several areas within the Art Department, located within a large, urban university. Students in CIA learn contemporary digital production skills, work with newly emerging technologies, explore social and cultural impact of technology ...


Deadline:
Jan
15
2005

The Washroom Wall


Type:
Other

Deadline:
Sat Jan 15, 2005 00:00

Description:
The Washroom Wall Hi, My name is Jay Rechsteiner and I am an artist from Switzerland living in London. I have launched a project called The Washroom Projects (TWP) (http://www.jayrechsteiner.com/projects/toiletart.htm) and as a sub project I am going to make a wall installation (http://www.jayrechsteiner.com/projects/the_washroom_wall/main_page.htm) called The Washroom Wall consisting of photos, drawings and texts about/of toilets which I print out and put into freezer bags which then are to be attached onto the wall in ...