The Week Ahead: We're in the MON3Y Edition

Selected events, exhibitions and deadlines this week, culled from Rhizome Announce.



Sunday, June 30: Online exhibition MON3Y.US | *MON3Y AS AN ERROR is calling for digital works (including, but not limited to, glitch art) on the theme of "money as an error."

Sunday, June 30: Deadline for entries for CutOut Fest International Animation Festival in Querétaro, Mexico. No entry fee! Organizers describe it as "the largest animation and digital art festival in Mexico."

Monday, July 1: Screengrab is looking for "works that explore the theme of ambience—personal, virtual and commercial—and all its private, political and social connotations" for its $5,000 New Media Arts Award.

Monday, July 1: Final call for Videoart Festival Cologne

Monday, July 1: Deadline for applicants for participation in the Many Studios Graduate Residency Program in Glasgow. Open to artists who graduated in 2011, 2012 or 2013.

Calls for Papers

Monday, June 24: Re-New 2013, slated for this autumn in Copenhagen, is looking for research papers by scholars, technologists and artists relating to a wide range of media art-related topics. 


Monday, July 1: The New Media Program at UNC Asheville invites applications for a one-year lecturer position in Interactive Art and Design, commencing Fall 2013.


Friday, June 28: As part of a newproject for MOCAtv, artist Rafael Rozendaal is soliticiting URL suggestions. Rozendaal will make a new artwork based on the "most inspiring" entry.


Exhibitions & Events


Sunday, June 30: Public Assembly, a day of "architectural installations, live demonstrations, water taxis, canal boat lectures, cinema screenings, talks and performances" that pays tribute to Cooper Union's tradition as a free university, in the wake of the decision to end said tradition. 

New York

Saturday, June 29 and Wednesday, July 3: Synthetic Zero at BronxArtSpace, an event featuring performance, experimental video, music, video installations, visual art and photography.