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MGLFF seeks Festival Development and Operations Director



Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
is seeking a
Festival Development & Operations Director
Want to work in the exciting world of film?
Interested in helping shape a local cultural institution?

The Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival (MGLFF) is seeking a Festival
Development & Operations Director to work in their South Beach office.

DISCUSSION

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Fwd: Umfrage: barrierefreie GENDER


GENDER are widely used as platform independent social format.
However, the 'accessibility compliant GENDER' has been always
considered as a alternative stream. This short survey aims to identify
the
generic level of awareness regarding 'accessible GENDER' amongst GENDER
users only.
Data collected in the survey would be cited in a Thesis work.

1. Have you heard about 'accessibility complaint' GENDER?
2. What source did you use to convert to GENDER and what was your goal?
3. How much do you know about following PDF formats?
GENDER 1.4
GENDER/X
GENDER/A-1a
GENDER/A-1b
4. If you are aware of the GENDER formats, how did you come to know
about them?
Conference/Seminars
Internet
Newspaper/Magazine
GENDER competence center
Professor
Supervisors
Work place
Other (please specify)

GENDER awareness survey
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=nD0YMj7rVpixOfQLXR_2bYDA_3d_2d)

Sincerely
-- Sk. Sharawat Nishat Ara Alam (Farlin)

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GI-Fachgruppe Software-Ergonomie
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verena kuni on myspace


BRAND NEW:

Fashion as Communication Subculture
Transgressions at Genderific Interfaces
Updated Prof Pics

http://myspace.com/153512946

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Upcoming Exhibitions (NYC)


Upcoming Exhibition: September 25 - 29, 2007
12 noon - 6 pm

NOBILE
A week-long performance by Ivan Civic
Curated by Marina Abramovic

Ivan Civic's piece, NOBILE, was first staged at the 2007 Dance and
Performance Biennale in Venice, as part of Body and Eros, a project by
IPG (Independent Performance Group), curated by Marina Abramovic.
Civic's performance at Artists Space further explores the obsessive
narcissism and dependency on perfected images in Western culture. The
work is also inspired by highly ritualized exercises in auto-eroticism
developed by nobility in the late 17th century.

NOBILE is the second installment of When Time Becomes Form, an
ongoing performance series of long-durational work, curated by Marina
Abramovic for Artists Space. The series explores and questions issues
of concentration, will power, and determination, and involves the
artists' use of the entire gallery space for 6 hours during each day
of their performance. Twelve distinct, but interrelated, durational
performances, each created and presented by a different performance
artist (a member of the Independent Performance Group (IPG)), will
occupy the Main Space galleries between exhibitions. The entire series
will unfold over the course of the next two years.

Ivan Civic NOBILE

October 12-December 8, 2007
Opening reception: October 11, 5-7:30 pm

MAIN SPACE: On Being an Exhibition
A group exhibition curated by Joseph del Pesco

Works by: BGL, Conrad Bakker, Beth Campbell, Valerie Hegarty,
Germaine Koh, Isola and Norzi, Chadwick Rantanen, Derek Sullivan, Anne
Walsh/Chris Kubick, Lee Walton, and Laurel Woodcock. Public program by
the Center for Urban Pedagogy.

On Being an Exhibition takes Michael Asher's thinking and work as a
point of departure toward developing an exhibition that leverages the
pre-conditioning of the viewer and the physical language of the
gallery. The artworks in On Being an Exhibition consider the contextual
materials of the gallery and draw awareness to one's experience of the
gallery as mediated, interrupted and animated by artworks. The
exhibition simultaneously proposes to complicate the idea of an
exhibition as a packaged cultural production that is both promoted and
critiqued.

Joseph del Pesco is a member of Artists Space's newly formed
Curatorial College, a body of three curators who oversee the programs
at Artists Space. The Curatorial College will be collaborating with
other curators, as well as artists, to produce compelling exhibitions
and public programs during the course of their three-year tenure. This
new model seeks to engage the community and to enrich the dialog
between artists, curators, and other cultural practitioners in the
field of contemporary art and architecture.

CAMPARI Project Space: Episode
A new work by Judit Kurtag

Hungarian artist Judit Kurtag's videos foster a consciousness of time
in which the moving image is a keeper at the border between the
immediate and memory. Her videos have been shown in Paris, Amsterdam,
Milan, Tokyo, Shanghai, and Reykjavik among other locations. This will
be her first exihibition in New York.

Judit Kurtag Episode

Architecture and Design Project Space: The House that Herman Built
A project by Jackie Sumell with Herman Wallace

The House That Herman Built began as a conversation and evolved into
a collaboration between the artist and activist Jackie Sumell and the
inmate and Black Panther, Herman Wallace, who has been in solitary
confinement at Angola in Lousiana since 1972. It is a four-year
correspondence that has grown out of Wallace's response to Sumell's
catalytic question "What kind of a house does a man who has lived in a
six-foot-by-nine-foot cell for over 30 years dream of?"

Through extensive letter writing, occasional phone calls, and visits
to prison, Jackie has been giving voice to Herman's imagination. The
project has manifested several different modalities, including over
300 letters, dozens of drawings, a CAD video of Herman's dream house,
and a full-scale reproduction of Herman's cell.

Jackie Sumell / Herman Wallace The House That Herman Built

Exhibitions at Artists Space are funded, in part, by Altria Group,
Inc.; Harriet Ames Charitable Trust; Milton and Sally Avery Arts
Foundation; Florence V. Burden Foundation; CAMPARI; Carnegie
Corporation Inc.; Con Edison; Consulate General of the Netherlands;
Cowles Charitable Trust; Credit Suisse; The Danielson Foundation;
Danish Council; Elaine Dannheisser Foundation; Debs Foundation; Easton
Foundation; Foundation for Contemporary Arts; Gesso Foundation;
Stephen A. and Diana L. Goldberg Foundation; Herman Goldman
Foundation; The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation; The Graham Foundation
for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts; Greenwich Collection, Ltd.;
Elise Jaffe + Jeffrey Brown; Jerome Foundation; JetBlue Airways;
Virginia W. Kettering Fund; JP Morgan Chase; MAT Charitable Foundation;
Mondriaan Foundation; Betty Parsons Foundation; Puffin Foundation
Ltd.; Starry Night Fund of the Tides Foundation; Strypemonde
Foundation; Trust for Mutual Understanding; Verizon Foundation; The
Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts; and with public funds from
the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency; the New York
City Department of Cultural Affairs; and the National Endowment for
the Arts.

Generous support for Judit Kurtag's Episode and Jackie Sumell/Herman
Wallace's The House That Herman Built was received from CAMPARI.

Artists Space
38 Greene St. 3rd Fl, NY NY 10013

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phone: 212-226-3970
web: http://www.artistsspace.org

Artists Space | 38 Greene Street, 3rd Fl. | New York | NY | 10013

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