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Deadline:
Apr
14
2004

Workshop Opportunity


Type:
Other

Deadline:
Wed Apr 14, 2004 15:15

Description:
2004 TRIANGLE ARTISTS' WORKSHOP The provisional dates for the 2004 Triangle Artists' Workshop are October 17-30. Triangle provides housing, food, and a studio in Brooklyn, NY (exact location & details TBA). A nominal fee is required as a place-holder for each artist; this fee represents only 1/20th of the actual Workshop cost per artist. Artists in need of assistance may also apply for Triangle Grants by writing a letter outlining financial situation. Applications must be ...


Starts:
Apr
16
2004

computer/animation screening + performance at Max Protetch Friday 7PM (nyc)


Type:
Other

Dates:
Fri Apr 16, 2004 00:00 - Wed Apr 14, 2004

Description:
Max Protetch Gallery Saturday,


Deadline:
Apr
14
2004

CALL FOR ARTISTS: FILM, VIDEO, 3D, ANIMATION, AND COMPOSERS


Type:
Call for Artists

Deadline:
Wed Apr 14, 2004 12:36

Description:
C-E-N-T-E-R: International art project featuring visual artists, musicians, and actors CALL FOR ARTISTS: FILM, VIDEO, 3D, ANIMATION, AND COMPOSERS We are inviting visual artist working in Video, Film, 3D, Experimental animation, and Composers to participate in development of collaborative digital video and music project. Project planned as a DVD/Web release and live presentation where video and music tracks will compliment each other. We are looking for original art work. Existed pieces may be consider if ...


Deadline:
Apr
14
2004

GOOD IDEA: please participate in my new project


Type:
Other

Deadline:
Wed Apr 14, 2004 09:18

Description:
Hello. I am working on a project that explores the the history and perception of ideas and inventions. Some of the topics I am investigating include: -What are the most important inventions created? -What are examples of inventions that have had a negative or damaging impact on society? -What kind of ideas or inventions never get produced, or get put on the market? I am asking other individuals to participate in my project by answering ...


Starts:
Apr
16
2004

Sa 4/16/04 HU Blog Conf free


Type:
Other

Dates:
Fri Apr 16, 2004 00:00 - Wed Apr 14, 2004

Description:
http://blogs.law.harvard.edu Free Art/ new media panel initiative ? ! Former BloggerConf Sept 2003 videos are available for streaming.


Starts:
Apr
26
2004

Harvestworks Presents: Quasim Ali Naqvi & Kira Lynn Harris


Type:
Other

Dates:
Mon Apr 26, 2004 00:00 - Tue Apr 13, 2004

Description:
MONDAY, APRIL 26, 7:00pm 596 Broadway, Suite 602, NY, NY 10012/corner of Broadway & Houston subway: Broadway/Lafayette (F/V), Bleecker (6), Prince St. (N/R) 212-431-1130 (p), 212-431-7693(f) www.harvestworks.org / contact Carol Parkinson: 212-431-1130 FREE On Monday, April 26th, Quasim Ali Naqvi will present The Electrical Secrets project, a work that explores the ancient Japanese idea of instrument building (Sawari) and places it in a more futuristic context. Naqvi uses computer processed field recordings taken from industrial ...


Starts:
Apr
19
2004

Harvestworks Presents Mary Flanagan & Phyllis Bulkin Lehrer


Type:
Other

Dates:
Mon Apr 19, 2004 00:00 - Tue Apr 13, 2004

Description:
MONDAY, APRIL 19th, 7:00pm 596 Broadway, Suite 602, NY, NY 10012/corner of Broadway & Houston subway: Broadway/Lafayette (F/V), Bleecker (6), Prince St. (N/R) 212-431-1130 (p), 212-431-7693(f) www.harvestworks.org / contact Carol Parkinson: 212-431-1130 FREE On Monday, April 19th, Harvestworks will present new works by Mary Flanagan and Phyllis Bulkin Lehrer. Harvestworks Artist in Residence, Mary Flanagan will be showing selections from (Web) for development of , a web project concerned with environments, surveillance, and natural/physical bodies ...


Starts:
Apr
17
2003

Harvestworks Presents: Gallery talk by Miya Masaoka & Shelley Hirsch


Type:
Other

Dates:
Thu Apr 17, 2003 00:00 - Tue Apr 13, 2004

Description:
SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 3:00pm The Kitchen Art Gallery, The Kitchen 512 West 19th Street 212-255-5793 x11 / www.thekitchen.org or www.harvestworks.org / contact Carol Parkinson: 212-431-1130 FREE On Saturday, April 17th at 3pm, Harvestworks will present our 2003 artists in residence Miya Masaoka and Shelley Hirsch at The Kitchen. Masaoka and Hirsch will present a gallery talk about their work for sound art pioneer Charlie Morrow's Sound Cube (TM) - a multi-channel playback environment, optimized for ...


Starts:
May
16
2004

Coded Cultures / Exhibition*Symposium*Workshops / Vienna-Austria


Type:
Other

Dates:
Sun May 16, 2004 00:00 - Tue Apr 13, 2004

Description:
------------------------------------------------------------------------ CODED CULTURES | decoding digital culture * EXHIBITION * SYMPOSIUM * WORKSHOPS * 16.05. - 30.05.2004 | Freiraum/ MuseumsQuartier Vienna ------------------------------------------------------------------------ *Coded Cultures is an open forum* Digital realities are coded. In this context Coded Cultures decodes and acts as an agent between the creator and receiver of information. The ways of origination and reality design of various artists and art groups shall be demonstrated on hand of workshops and an exhibition, whereas a ...


Starts:
Apr
13
2004

the un-dissertation?


Type:
Other

Dates:
Tue Apr 13, 2004 00:00 - Mon Apr 12, 2004

Description:
www.untwine.net is an attempt to deterritorialize research related to net.art, art education, and critical new media theory. Untwine is the 'flickering' version of robert wilson sweeny's dissertation -- 'net_work_ed: tactics of simulation in cyberplaces and art educational spaces/ threads of a critical digital pedagogy -- recently completed within the department of Art Education at the Pennsylvania State University. untwine will be the digital home for research related to blurred visions in the network society: cyborg ...


Starts:
Apr
30
2004

Performing Technology @ The Kitchen


Type:
Other

Dates:
Fri Apr 30, 2004 00:00 - Mon Apr 12, 2004

Description:
Performing Technology: From the 2004 Whitney Biennial New York, NY, April 5, 2004--Three performance artists, who were selected for the 2004 Whitney Biennial, will present live digital samplings of their work for a two-day run at The Kitchen (512 West 19th Street, NYC), April 30 and May 1, 2004 at 8pm. The artists include anti-fi techno-punk feminist Wynne Greenwood (a.k.a. Tracy + The Plastics), composer/artist/engineer Golan Levin (acclaimed creator of the 2001 Dialtones Telesymphony), and ...


Starts:
Apr
09
2004

Re: Re: Paradox of Political Art


Type:
Other

Dates:
Fri Apr 09, 2004 00:00 - Fri Apr 09, 2004

Description:
general thoughts - this thread has produced some interesting discussion, but i keep reading that there is this thing called "political art" versus what - "regular art"? this nonpolitical art would express universality, transcendence, timelessness and other colonialist stuff. this term "political art" is more useful, i think, if we think of it as a product of the culture industry itself. Dyske, mentioned Hans Haacke back in the article. Haacke, is often called a political ...


Starts:
Apr
21
2004

web.launch [Toronto]


Type:
Other

Dates:
Wed Apr 21, 2004 00:00 - Fri Apr 09, 2004

Description:
Images Festival (Toronto): OFF-SCREEN exhibition of media art installations web.art exhibition w/MobileGaze.org launches 7 pm Wednesday 21 April @ InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre www.interaccess.org 401 Richmond St West, ste #444 w/curators Valerie Lamontagne, Brad Todd & artists: I8U, Emilie Pitoiset, Yan Breleux and Peter Horvath. Visit the audio & video exhibition @ www.mobilegaze.org/pause


Starts:
Apr
08
2004

Re: Re: Re: Paradox of Political Art


Type:
Other

Dates:
Thu Apr 08, 2004 00:00 - Fri Apr 09, 2004

Description:
a few responses to Dyske's words I do realize that there were > artworks > with political intentions long before that, but these historical > tidbits of > political art are not particularly relevant in my discussion. how can political art, "tid bits" as you say, not be relevent. your assuming, which is fine, (though i don't think consciously) that this thing, invented about 200 years ago, called "Fine Art", in which there is supposed ...


Deadline:
Apr
08
2004

RFP for Residency Programs


Type:
Other

Deadline:
Thu Apr 08, 2004 18:17

Description:
Request-For-Proposals The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) is pleased to announce two upcoming residency programs: LMCC/Workspace: 120 Broadway Residency Dates: June 1