A few weeks ago, DISmagazine announced it would team up with 89plus and Serpentine Gallery in search of artists who are #YoungerThanRihanna. The contest officially opened yeterday and promises a cash prize in the form of two new grants; the two winners will be selected by international jury and popular vote, respectively. Artists, writers, architects, filmmakers, musicians, designers, scientists, and technologists are all welcome to submit, provided they are young enough.
Selected events, exhibitions and deadlines this week, culled from Rhizome Announce.
Thursday, July 11: ((audience)) presents their July installment of Sound Off, featuring Seattle sound artist Rob Kunz.
Friday, July 12: Eyebeam's Open(Art) exhibition and workshop series commences, showcasing projects that incite creativity at the intersection of art and the open web.
Saturday, July 13: Pace University's Digital Art and the Urban Environment is a symposium and publication seeking proposals for talks, papers, artworks, and more.
Monday, July 15: Now What #2, presented by Microscope Gallery, calls for recent film, video, new media, and performance works.
Monday, July 15: Arse Electronica 2013 is looking for talks, performances, workshops, games, and machines relating to sex, tech, and id/entities.
Saturday, July 13: The Media Arts Department at Marist College invites applications for part-time adjunct or full-time visiting professor.
Monday, July 15: The New Media program at UNC Asheville is looking for a one-year, interactive art & design lecturer to start this fall.