Alexis Vasilos
Since 2002
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Imagining Ourselves - Call for Entries


Final Deadline: April 1, 2003
Call for Submissions--- Imagining Ourselves: An Anthology of Art and Ideas

Imagining Ourselves aims to give a powerful voice to a new generation of
women internationally. A global anthology of contributions from women
in their twenties and early 30s, the book will include a wide variety of
mediums -- from poetry and essays to photography and reproductions of
visual art. We're looking for creative and dynamic young women from all
backgrounds and in every corner of the globe-- artists, athletes,
photographers, activists... Show us the world you live in and the one
you wish to create!

THEMES:

Body (fashion, disease/illness, sports, sensuality/sexuality, dance and
movement, pregnancy...)

Identity/Borders (All the cleavages which divide us: Nationality,
ethnicity, race, gender, language...)

Power (Political systems, human rights, power in the household, between
lovers, personal empowerment)

Spirituality (religion, ritual, deity/deities)

Family (ancestors, mother/daughter connections, parenthood)

Work (the office, the farm, the factory, our material possessions)

Land/Earth (Food, nature, ecology, animals, physics/physical science)

Connections/Community (Friendship,Romantic relationships,community
groups,collective
experiences)

Invent Your Own!

For more information and submissions guidelines, see: www.imow.org/imagining

...or write imagining-ourselves@imow.org -- +1 (415) 543-4669x115

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>Final Deadline: April 1, 2003
>Call for Submissions--- Imagining Ourselves: An Anthology of Art and Ideas
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>Imagining Ourselves aims to give a powerful voice to a new generation of=

>women internationally. A global anthology of contributions from women in=

>their twenties and early 30s, the book will include a wide variety of
>mediums -- from poetry and essays to photography and reproductions of
>visual art. We're looking for creative and dynamic young women from all=

>backgrounds and in every corner of the globe-- artists, athletes,
>photographers, activists... Show us the world you live in and the one
>you wish to create!
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>THEMES:
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>Body (fashion, disease/illness, sports, sensuality/sexuality, dance and=

>movement, pregnancy...)
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> Identity/Borders (All the cleavages which divide us:
> Nationality, ethnicity, race, gender,
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> language...)
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> Power (Political systems, human rights, power in the
> household, between lovers,
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> personal empowerment)
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> Spirituality (religion, ritual, deity/deities, what's
> bigger than us...)
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> Family (ancestors, mother/daughter=

> connections, parenthood,
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> childhood, marriage...)
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> Work (the office, the farm,=

> the factory, our material
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> possessions)
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> Land/Earth (Food,=

> nature, ecology, animals,
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> physics/physical=

> science)
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>Connections/Community (Friendship, Romantic
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>relationships, community groups, collective
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>experiences)
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>Invent Your Own!
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>For more information and submissions guidelines, see:
><http://www.imow.org/imagining>www.imow.org/imagining
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>...or
>write <mailto:imagining-ourselves@imow.org>imagining-ourselves@imow.org=

>-- +1 (415) 543-4669x115
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RHIZOME HAS MOVED!!!!!


We are settling into our new location and trying to get
things up and running as quick as we can.

Please take note of our new address and contact info:

Rhizome.org
180 Varick street, 11th flr
New York, NY 10014
phone: 212.989.2363

but *you* can still find us at http://rhizome.org/

Have a great day.

Sincerely,
Alexis Vasilos
Administrative Coordinator

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Press Release: Rhizome.org Awarded $100,000 Grant from Rockefeller Foundation


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

August 5, 2002

Rhizome.org Awarded $100,000 Grant from Rockefeller Foundation

Funds to Provide General Support of Rhizome.org's Mission

NEW YORK, NY, August 5, 2002 - Rhizome.org, an online community focused
on new media art, is pleased to announce that is has received a $100,000
grant from the Rockefeller Foundation. This is Rhizome.org's third grant
from the Rockefeller Foundation in as many years.

"We are tremendously grateful for the Rockefeller Foundation's generous
support," said Mark Tribe, Executive Director of Rhizome.org. "The
Rockefeller Foundation has a long history as a funder of progressive
media art initiatives since the 1970's. In more recent years, the
Foundation has played a decisive role in fostering new media art through
its visionary support for new media artists and organizations. Over the
next 12 months, this grant will provide core support for our programs
and operations."

Rhizome.org is a nonprofit organization that provides an online platform
for the global new media art community. Founded in 1996, Rhizome.org
serves as a grass-roots community center for new media artists,
curators, students, educators, writers and enthusiasts. Rhizome.org's
programs support the creation, presentation, discussion and preservation
of contemporary art that engages new technologies in significant ways.

Rhizome.org takes its name from the botanical term for an underground
stem that connects plants into living networks, a metaphor for the
organization's non-hierarchical structure. Widely considered to be the
world's leading online resource for and about new media artists and
their work, Rhizome.org connects, supports, and educates the new media
art community and the public through cost-free programs including
email-based discussion groups and publications, online archives for new
media art works and writings, a new media calendar and opportunity
listings, a new media art commissioning program, outreach events, and an
international internship program.

Rhizome.org is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Contributions are
accepted online at http://rhizome.org/support. Checks and money orders
may made payable to Rhizome.org and send to the address below.

CONTACT: Mark Tribe, Executive Director
115 Mercer Street, New York, NY 10012
Email: mark@rhizome.org
Tel: 212.625.3191
Fax: 212-625.9508

URL:http://rhizome.org

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OPPORTUNITY

$7,000 Cash Grants for NY Artists from NYFA


Deadline:
Tue Aug 06, 2002 01:00

$7,000 CASH GRANTS FOR NY STATE ARTISTS NOW AVAILABLE

FROM NEW YORK FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS (NYFA)

New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Artists