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Tue Jan 01, 2008 00:00

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“Paint the White House Black” (George Clinton)
Wanted: rejected, denied, surpressed, repressed, uncontainable ideas. This is a call for ideas that are too big and bold. Have you ever had a project/proposal/application turned down? Received a thanks-but-no-thanks letter from an arts institution/grant dispenser/curator? This is not a show about rejection, it is a show about RADICALS who REJECT rejection, and refuse to be beat down, lie down, denied, go unheard or unseen or away.
Submit your proposal, text, images, application, rejection letter, runner-up certificate or project that has been deemed too radical by the petty bougie jury/committee/overseer out there. Previous receipt of awards, grants and opportunities does not prevent you from participating. RADICAL REJECT will eventually take a printed form, so keep this in mind. Sound, video, film, etc. are welcome, but several hundred will be printed, and CD/DVD inserts may be supplied by the artist. Scripts, notes, diary entries, deleted emails, voice mail messages, torn up letters and trashed documents also welcome.
Please pass this along to all who may be interested.

Submit by:
January 1, 2008
c/o Kim Miller
2121 N. 52nd St.
Milwaukee, WI 53208


artist residency - deadline soon!

Mon Mar 05, 2007 11:13

The Institute of Quotidian Arts
and Letters at Milwaukee (IQALM) is now accepting
applications for the Cultural Crisis Studio Program
for Individual Artists. This residency was established
to bring artists that produce challenging work to
Milwaukee to engage with its vibrant arts community.
There are no medium restrictions; all work will be
considered as long as the form is provocative,
engaging and provides a meaningful critique of
contemporary culture. The two month long residency
will provide the resident artist with a studio and
living space as well as opportunities to collaborate
with artists and curators working in Milwaukee.
Please see for more
information and an application. Deadline for the first
residency cycle is March 15.