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Starts:
Jan
27
2005

PANOPLY, an interdisciplinary exhibition, Columbia U. School of the Arts


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Dates:
Thu Jan 27, 2005 00:00 - Tue Jan 25, 2005

Description:
The School of the Arts Graduate Arts Council presents... PANOPLY: Columbia University School of the Arts' First Interdisciplinary Exhibition Thursday, January 27, 2005 5-10pm Free (ALSO: FREE FOOD AND DRINKS, compliments of the Graduate Arts Council!) LeRoy Neiman Gallery (310 Dodge) and the Lifetime Screening Room (511 Dodge) Dodge Hall Columbia University 1/9 to 116th Street and Broadway PANOPLY will present the visual art exhibition, DIVERSE GROUNDS, at the LeRoy Neiman Center, which will have ...


Deadline:
Jan
25
2005

Call for Papers: The Art and Politics of Netporn


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Deadline:
Tue Jan 25, 2005 04:30

Description:
> > CALL FOR PAPERS and ART PROJECTS > > The Art and Politics of Netporn > > Institute of Network Cultures, > Amsterdam, The Netherlands > 6-7 October, 2005 > > WHAT IS NETPORN? Web-based media and environments that filter porn > images and traffic between industries and art/indie cultures, > corporations, ISP's and net users; involving daily (female and male) > activities such as blogging, webcamming, chatting, binging on porn > portals, p2p ...


Starts:
Feb
06
2005

Electronic Folk Art?!


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Other

Dates:
Sun Feb 06, 2005 00:00 - Mon Jan 24, 2005

Description:
Do-it-yourself robotic toys, homebrew vidgames, ASCII images, homemade software - could these be a kind of 21st century folk art? Roundtable with artists and academics Surrey Art Gallery (Surrey, BC) Sunday, February 6, 2 - 3:30pm Free admission www.surreytechlab.ca Location and directions are available from the website *********************************************************************** What is electronic folk art? Is it an art practice that is culturally specific to North America? Is anyone who appropriates electronic toys, tools and software for ...


Starts:
Apr
01
2005

Coming up: Deadline | Dolomiten Akademie


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Dates:
Fri Apr 01, 2005 00:00 - Mon Jan 24, 2005

Description:
The "Dolomiten Akademie" in Italy, is announcing their Summer Program 2005. The 5th International Academy for Painting and Digital Photography from June 26 until July 30, 2005 will take place under the guidance of international artists, such as Jorg Madlener (Brussels / New York), Claudia Sohrens (Hamburg / New York), Linda Stojak (New York). For information, courses, tuition and application guidelines please contact: Kulturzentrum Grand Hotel Toblach Dolomitenstrase / Via Dolomiti 31 I-39034 Toblach - ...


Deadline:
Apr
15
2005

Deadline | Dolomiten Akademie


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Deadline:
Fri Apr 15, 2005 00:00

Description:
The "Dolomiten Akademie" in Italy, is announcing their Summer Program 2005. The 5th International Academy for Painting and Digital Photography from June 26 until July 30, 2005 will take place under the guidance of international artists, such as Jorg Madlener (Brussels / New York), Claudia Sohrens (Hamburg / New York), Linda Stojak (New York). For information, courses, tuition and application guidelines please contact: Kulturzentrum Grand Hotel Toblach Dolomitenstrase / Via Dolomiti 31 I-39034 Toblach - ...


Starts:
Feb
03
2005

LMCC Presents: Money, Management, and Marketing: Building Entrepreneurship in Downtownas Creative Community


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Dates:
Thu Feb 03, 2005 00:00 - Mon Jan 24, 2005

Description:
WHO: Organized by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and Seedco; presented through a grant from American Express, “Money, Management, and Marketing: Building Entrepreneurship in Downtown’s Creative Community” is a one-day educational money management / career conference for all art organizations and businesses to attend. WHAT:“Money, Management, and Marketing” is an opportunity for art groups to receive career and money management advice from experts in the creative sector. The seminar will be a chance for small design ...


Starts:
Jan
28
2005

Big RED Fundraiser: BIG RED: GREEN


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Dates:
Fri Jan 28, 2005 00:00 - Mon Jan 24, 2005

Description:
Big RED Fundraiser BIG RED: GREEN On Friday, January 28, Big RED & Shiny will host our first fundraiser at the Boston Center for the Arts Mills Gallery. For one night only, we will host an exhibition of works on the theme of money, live music by Gretchen Elise, a silent art auction, a raffle of quality goods, and much more. Come down and support your favorite website! Doors open at 7, $12 supports our ...


Starts:
Jan
24
2005

[Big RED & Shiny] Issue #17 & Big RED Fundraiser


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Other

Dates:
Mon Jan 24, 2005 00:00 - Mon Jan 24, 2005

Description:
Hey there Big RED fans -- A Nor'easter has buried us, and I can't think of a better way to spend a snowy afternoon than reading about the arts of our city. So it is with warm thoughts that I announce the launch of Big RED & Shiny #17 --ready for your approval. http://www.bigredandshiny.com BIG RED #17 features: BOSTON-ISM a dialogue with Boston scene-makers: Sarah Hutt, kanarinka, Kathleen Bitetti, Nathan Lewis, Charles Giuliano, Joe Zane, ...


Starts:
Feb
04
2005

TECHNO-SUBLIME, an exhibition and symposium


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Other

Dates:
Fri Feb 04, 2005 00:00 - Mon Jan 24, 2005

Description:
TECHNO-SUBLIME an exhibition and symposium CU Art Museum, University of Colorado at Boulder February 4 - March 18, 2005 Curated by Lisa Tamiris Becker Director, CU Art Museum Opening Reception, Friday, February, 4, 6 - 8 pm Related Techno-Sublime Symposium, Saturday, February 5, 10 - 4:30 Rm. N141, Sibell Wolle Fine Arts Building http://www.colorado.edu/cuartmuseum/cuagfram-current.html The exhibition and symposium TECHNO-SUBLIME will investigate the enduring art-historical and philosophical notion of "the sublime" in light of new technology. ...


Starts:
Feb
04
2005

TECHNO-SUBLIME, an exhibition and symposium


Type:
Other

Dates:
Fri Feb 04, 2005 00:00 - Mon Jan 24, 2005

Description:
TECHNO-SUBLIME an exhibition and symposium CU Art Museum, University of Colorado at Boulder February 4 - March 18, 2005 Curated by Lisa Tamiris Becker Director, CU Art Museum Opening Reception, Friday, February, 4, 6 - 8 pm Related Techno-Sublime Symposium, Saturday, February 5, 10 - 4:30 Rm. N141, Sibell Wolle Fine Arts Building http://www.colorado.edu/cuartmuseum/cuagfram-current.html The exhibition and symposium TECHNO-SUBLIME will investigate the enduring art-historical and philosophical notion of "the sublime" in light of new technology. ...


Starts:
Jan
24
2005

Re: thecry.org


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Dates:
Mon Jan 24, 2005 00:00 - Mon Jan 24, 2005

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 ...


Starts:
Feb
20
2005

The Man Who Left His Will on Film at Ocularis


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Dates:
Sun Feb 20, 2005 00:00 - Mon Jan 24, 2005

Description:
The Man Who Left His Will on Film Nagisa Oshima, 1970, 94min. Sunday, February 20 at 7 pm Ticket Price $6 Ocularis presents a screening of Nagisa Oshima's The Man Who Left His Will on Film, one of the most ambitious, challenging and surprisingly overlooked works by one of the giants of the Japanese New Wave. This haunting, politically intriguing film captures the turbulent Tokyo of the 1960s. A young leftist finds the loaded camera ...


Starts:
Jan
24
2005

Re: Re: Questioning the Frame


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Dates:
Mon Jan 24, 2005 00:00 - Mon Jan 24, 2005

Description:
Rachel Bolen wrote: I completely agree with Anden when he said that making something "new art" is like completely changing the rules, making up something that no one has ever created. It seems like that these days that new art is anything that if its questionable about it being art, then everyone considers it to be new age art. As far as our society, we have come along way from just putting things on a ...


Deadline:
Jan
24
2005

irene@dx.org


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Other

Deadline:
Mon Jan 24, 2005 00:00

Description:
digifest 2005 goes WILD!! New Voices - Call for submissions Deadline: January 31, 2005 - 5:00pm EST That's right - in May 2005 Canada's largest annual festival of digital art and design is taking a look at all things WILD! Tired of the mechanistic point and click paradigm? Get ready for WILDcode, WILDstates, WILDmedia and more. We invite you in exploring the increasingly potent intersections of digital technologies with wild (i.e. irrational or uncontrolled) forces, ...


Deadline:
Jan
24
2005

L.A. Center For Digital Art Juried Competition


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Other

Deadline:
Mon Jan 24, 2005 07:58

Description:
From: Los Angeles Center For Digital Art 107 West Fifth Street Los Angeles, CA 90013 Contact: Rex Bruce contact@lacda.com Website: http://www.lacda.com OPEN CALL FOR DIGITAL ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY: LACDA "Top 40" Juried Competition (Forty Winners!) Los Angeles Center for Digital Art announces our "TOP 40" juried competion for digital art and photography. Entrants submit three JPEG files of original work. All styles of 2D artwork and photography where digital processes of any kind were integral ...