Anuradha Vikram
Since 2004
Works in Italy

BIO
I am a curator, critic and educator based in the Bay Area. At present, I curate the Worth Ryder Gallery and coordinate the Graduate Lecture Series for the Department of Art Practice at the University of California, Berkeley. I am also a lecturer in the Department of Art at College of Marin in Kentfield, CA.

My writing has appeared in numerous print and online publications including Afterimage, Leonardo, Shotgun Review, Camerawork: A Journal of Photographic Arts, and Open Space, the blog of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. I am a regular contributor to Artillery magazine.

I received an M.A. in Curatorial Practice from California College of the Arts, San Francisco, in 2005, and a B.S. in Studio Art from New York University, completed 1997.
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OPPORTUNITY

Knowledge Hacking


Deadline:
Sun Mar 21, 2010 00:00

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

DEADLINE: MARCH 21, 2010

Knowledge Hacking is an experimental research and exhibition project organized by the Worth Ryder Art Gallery (WRAG), Department of Art Practice, UC Berkeley, as a parallel program with ZER01: The Art and Technology Network. WRAG invites proposals for short-term residencies for independent artists and researchers pursuing art-science collaborations with departments on the UC campuses at Berkeley, Santa Cruz and Davis. Supported collaborations will commence in April and will be presented as a discursive exhibition of work in progress at the Worth Ryder to coincide with Build Your Own World, the 01SJ Biennial, in San Jose from September 16-19, 2010. Tentative dates for the exhibition are September 15-October 16.

Residencies will be awarded to projects that lend themselves to conceptualization within the research framework of the university, and for which principal collaborators both within and outside the UC system have already been identified. UC collaborators may include current students, faculty or visiting researchers. Artists and scientists from within the UC system, the Bay Area and elsewhere are invited to apply with projects that include one or more UC-affiliated collaborators. Proposals may come from one or more artists seeking to work with a partner in the sciences, or from one or more scientists seeking to work with art and media practitioners. We are seeking proposals for long-term collaborations that include a documentation or prototype element, which can be presented in the September exhibition and further developed through educational programming.

Artists and researchers within the UC system, independent artists whose work invites scientific collaboration, and independent researchers seeking to work with artists to visualize their research, are invited to apply. The Department of Art Practice and campus partners will facilitate access to UC resources such as space and equipment, and provide a modest budget for the initial phase of project development. Further development of selected proposals and exhibition in their fully realized form is a future possibility, though not included in this pilot phase of the project.

Applications must include a project narrative (250-500 words), contact information and biographies for lead collaborators (including at least one UC affiliate), a pilot-phase budget of no more than $1000, a statement of commitment from a UC-affiliated partner, and 5-10 images (which may include concept art for the proposed project and examples of collaborators’ past work). Please EMAIL all required documents in PDF format to Anuradha Vikram, WRAG Curator, at avikram@berkeley.edu by March 21.


OPPORTUNITY

Headlands Center for the Arts Residency Applications Now Online


Deadline:
Fri Apr 06, 2007 17:52

Headlands Center for the Arts now accepting applications for Artist Residencies in all media through June 1, 2007. Download an application at http://www.headlands.org/programs.asp

Headlands Center for the Arts' Artist in Residence Program has earned international renown for bringing together pioneering artists in all disciplines-visual, literary, performing and new media-from throughout the U.S. and the world.

The Artist in Residence program provides a supportive working environment that allows time for artists to experiment, reflect and grow, both individually and collectively during their stay.

The program offers fully sponsored, live-in and live-out residencies to around 30 artists each year from March to November and is distinguished in that there is no fee to participate.

Through the support of generous donations, Artists in Residence are provided with a studio, shared housing and five meals a week for live-in artists. A studio and dinner twice weekly are provided for live-out artists. Stipends of up to $500/month are available pending funding and sponsorships secured each year.

Residencies range from one to six months, with an average stay of three months.

Artists are selected based upon merit, through a mixture of open application and invitation. Headlands currently accepts applications for residencies from artists working in all disciplines: visual, literary, performing and new media. Headlands Center for the Arts also provides Bridge residencies by nomination to artists who are leaders in using the creative process as a catalyst for social change.

Headlands offers residencies to artists from across the U.S. and around the world, from places such as Sweden, Denmark, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Italy, India, Japan, the Philippines, Vietnam, Cuba, Brazil, Mexico and more than 20 other countries.


OPPORTUNITY

Reminder - Call for Proposals to C4F3 at ISEA2006/ZeroOne due June 1, 2005


Deadline:
Mon May 30, 2005 00:00

The C4F3 at ISEA2006/ZeroOne
Call For Proposals due Wednesday, June 1, 2005

Submissions accepted online ONLY at http://isea2006.sjsu.edu/C4F3/index.html

This is an invitation by the ISEA2006 Symposium and ZeroOne San Jose: A
Global Festival of Art on the Edge to groups and individuals to submit
proposals for an installation of augmented furniture,
audio/video/software installations and interactive artwork for The C4F3
(The Cafe) during the ISEA2006/ZeroOne from August 5-13, 2006.

The goal of The C4F3 is to create an active ambient space of augmented
everyday objects that is not just an art gallery, a restaurant, or a
chill space, but a new kind of project space where the whole
environment has been rethought in terms of the capabilities of current technology. This Call for Proposals is an invitation to artists,
designers and technologists to propose existing work for exhibition and/or use within the cafe and new projects that support these goals.

http://isea2006.sjsu.edu/C4F3/index.html


DISCUSSION

Re: Re: Call for Proposals: The C4F3 at ISEA2006/ZeroOne


namaste,

the only restrictions are that the works be viable and interactive, and also independently funded. there are some examples and many more details in the full Call for Proposals, which can be found by clicking the link below http://isea2006.sjsu.edu/C4F3/index.html

uday sinha wrote:

> namaste
> This is uday from kolkata. India
> I like to submit my works
> If there is any restrictions of categories
> or if there is some sample for submissions
> uday (-nil)
>
>
>
> Anuradha Vikram wrote:
>
> > Deadline: June 1, 2005
> >
> > This is an invitation by the ISEA2006 Symposium and ZeroOne San
> Jose:
> > A Global Festival of Art on the Edge to groups and individuals to
> > submit proposals for an installation of augmented furniture,
> > audio/video/software installations and interactive artwork for The
> > C4F3 (The Cafe) during the ISEA2006/ZeroOne from August 5-13, 2006.
> > The goal of The C4F3 is to create an active ambient space of
> augmented
> > everyday objects that is not just an art gallery, a restaurant, or a
> > chill space, but a new kind of project space where the whole
> > environment has been rethought in terms of the capabilities of
> current
> > technology. This Call for Proposals is an invitation to artists,
> > designers and technologists to propose existing work for exhibition
> > and/or use within the cafe and new projects that support this goal.
> > The Inter-Society for Electronic Arts (ISEA) is an international
> > non-profit organization fostering interdisciplinary academic
> discourse
> > and exchange among culturally diverse organizations and individuals
> > working with art, science and emerging technologies. ZeroOne San
> Jose
> > is a milestone festival to be held biennially that makes accessible
> > the work of the most innovative contemporary artists in the world.
> In
> > 2006 it will be held in conjunction with the ISEA2006 Symposium.
> >
> > Submissions will be accepted online ONLY at
> > http://isea2006.sjsu.edu/C4F3/index.html

OPPORTUNITY

Call for Proposals: The C4F3 at ISEA2006/ZeroOne


Deadline:
Sat May 21, 2005 00:00

Deadline: June 1, 2005

This is an invitation by the ISEA2006 Symposium and ZeroOne San Jose: A Global Festival of Art on the Edge to groups and individuals to submit proposals for an installation of augmented furniture, audio/video/software installations and interactive artwork for The C4F3 (The Cafe) during the ISEA2006/ZeroOne from August 5-13, 2006. The goal of The C4F3 is to create an active ambient space of augmented everyday objects that is not just an art gallery, a restaurant, or a chill space, but a new kind of project space where the whole environment has been rethought in terms of the capabilities of current technology. This Call for Proposals is an invitation to artists, designers and technologists to propose existing work for exhibition and/or use within the cafe and new projects that support this goal. The Inter-Society for Electronic Arts (ISEA) is an international non-profit organization fostering interdisciplinary academic discourse and exchange among culturally diverse organizations and individuals working with art, science and emerging technologies. ZeroOne San Jose is a milestone festival to be held biennially that makes accessible the work of the most innovative contemporary artists in the world. In 2006 it will be held in conjunction with the ISEA2006 Symposium.

Submissions will be accepted online ONLY at http://isea2006.sjsu.edu/C4F3/index.html