Georgia Tech School of Music Guthman Musical Instrument Competition 2019 Call for Submissions Is Now Open!
Georgia Tech's 2019 Margaret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition is an annual event aimed at identifying the world's next generation of musical instruments and unveiling the best new ideas in musicality ...
Digital America is now accepting submissions for Issue No. 12. We are an online journal that focuses on digital art and culture with an eye towards impactful perspectives in the digital age, as well as deconstructing what it means to live in our current political climate. We are looking for ...
198 Greenpoint Ave. #1
Brooklyn, NY 11222
Plexus Projects is pleased to present "Permeable Boundaries", an exhibition of screen-based video and new media art. The exhibition includes videos and animations that employ the use digital technologies including 3D scanning and modeling, data-driven and generative imaging, custom software, animated GIF's, as well as conventional digital video editing. Artworks ...
Announcing the new short story experiment HardLife Archipelago by artist Daniel O'Reilly
The new project by artist/surrealist Daniel O'Reilly, co-founder of The Unstitute, is now online. HardLife Archipelago is a dream-performance project in which Daniel produces a sequence of short stories available to patrons of this process.
41 Seabring St, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11231
Resonating Space is an evening of sound and visual scores by artists implementing various technologies, instruments and visions to produce real time performances. The resonant space series aims to highlight the sympathetic frequencies between varying approaches to sound and video in performance and installation based works. The event will feature ...
"The Residency for International Creators with Exploratory Projects invites outstanding young creators from overseas, providing them with a residency opportunity to engage with the creative culture of Japan, and encouraging international exchange by arranging opportunities to interact with creators in Japan.
Entries must be submitted online at https://creatorikusei.jp ...
1030 Metropolitan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211
TRANSFER is pleased to present Weird Capitalism, a two-person exhibition with new work by Alan Butler (IE) and Alan Warburton (UK), curated by Nora O Murchú. In the exhibition, the two artists, explore the peculiar tendencies of new modes of work that the smooth logic of capitalism sells us.
Live, work and engage with the local community of Red Hook, Brooklyn at our studio DE-CONSTRUKT. Share a spacious 2600 sq. ft. loft with skylights, a photography darkroom, art book library, wet sinks, and event space. Private, fully-furnished bedrooms, one with a separate studio, with shared bathroom and kitchen. Accessible
Alie(n)ation is a site-specific audiovisual installation, curated by Valentino Catricalà.
Defined by some critics as an artist outside the canon, and most of all outside the language and formula of contemporary art, since his debut in 1996 with Fatica no.1, a site-specific audiovisual installation, he has been ...
7 Botanic Square
London City Island
Atropelos curated by Daniel Rourke & Luiza Prado For the online component of the Islands programme, Luiza Prado and Daniel Rourke invite a potentially endless chain of artists to co-create a web-based billboard of graffiti-like visual calls and responses.
The New Jerusalem Doron Altaratz The New Jerusalem is an immersive ...
Live, work and engage with the local community of Red Hook, Brooklyn at our studio DE-CONSTRUKT. Share a spacious 2600 sq. ft. loft with skylights, a photography darkroom, art book library, wet sinks, and event space. Private, fully-furnished bedrooms, one with a separate studio, with shared bathroom and kitchen. Accessible ...
Sustainable growth: Regina Frank's big island dress "iLand in Sickness in Health" is on display at the MAAT (Museum of Art Architecture and Technology) in Lisbon, and is in augmented form in Hannover. In this performative version of the work, the artist deals with questions of sustainability and ironically through ...