Julia Kim Smith
Since 2009
jks@juliakimsmith.com
Works in Baltimore, Maryland United States of America

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BIO
Julia Kim Smith is an inter- and multidisciplinary artist whose work explores issues of identity and the social and political landscape by any means necessary. Her projects take the form of new media, performance, video, film, photography, printmaking, and craft. Smith’s work has been featured in Angry Asian Man, Animal, Art F City, ARTINFO, Baltimore Magazine, GQ, Hypebeast, Hyperallergic, Juxtapoz, Kidrobot KRonikle, Oasis Magazine (Saudi Arabia), Racebending.com, ShortList (UK), The Atlantic, The Baltimore Sun, and The Washington Post. Her shows include A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn; DUMBO Arts Festival, Brooklyn; White Box, New York City; Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC; Maryland Art Place; Creative Alliance, Baltimore; Princeton University; and Rutgers University. Her screenings include Slamdance Film Festival, Park City; Slamdance on the Road with David Lynch, Los Angeles; Center For Asian American Media CAAMFest, San Francisco; San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival; San Francisco Documentary Film Festival; and Maryland Film Festival Opening Night with Bobcat Goldthwait. Smith is represented by A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, and serves on The Creative Alliance’s Board of Trustees, Baltimore, Maryland, and the Maryland State Arts Council Grant Review Panel.
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OPPORTUNITY

100 Survivors Call for Submissions


Deadline:
Mon Oct 01, 2012 11:55

Call for submissions for 100 Survivors, a collaborative, web-based photo and video project for women currently in treatment for breast cancer or diagnosed in the past three years.

ABOUT
100 Survivors is a collaborative, web-based photo and video project for women currently in treatment for breast cancer or diagnosed in the past three years. Shooting from a list of 12 tags, participants share photos, videos, and stories.

By featuring up to 100 women and their work, 100 Survivors hopes to inform and inspire by looking beyond "awareness" and "supporting the cause" and focusing on the experiences of actual women with breast cancer. Unique perspectives on breast cancer and identity are welcome and encouraged.

UPCOMING EXHIBITION
Celebrating Kindred Spirits and Strange Bed Fellows
A.I.R. National & International Artists Exhibition
Curated by Catherine J. Morris
A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
March 28-April 21, 2012
Opening Reception: March 29 6:00-8:30pm
Curator's Talk: March 29 5:30pm

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Clara Behar: 1. my face (daily) April 3, 2005: This is the day I found out that the cancer had moved into my brain. Of all the places that breast cancer could go, the idea that it might spread to the brain always scared me the most. This day was a nightmare. I was horrified and so afraid. Copyright 2012 Clara Behar, 100 Survivors


OPPORTUNITY

100 Survivors


Deadline:
Wed Oct 31, 2012 23:59

The 100 Survivors participants, artist Julia Kim Smith, and Linked by Air have created an elegant, web-based monument to women with breast cancer. Be part of it and honor 100 Survivors: visit the site and Like, +1, Tweet, Join, Follow!
ABOUT
100 Survivors is a collaborative, web-based photo and video project for women currently in treatment for breast cancer or diagnosed in the past three years. Shooting from a list of 12 tags, participants share photos, videos, and stories. By featuring up to 100 women and their work, 100 Survivors hopes to inform and inspire by looking beyond "awareness" and "supporting the cause" and focusing on the experiences of actual women with breast cancer. Unique perspectives on breast cancer and identity are welcome and encouraged.
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Leslie Jubilee: 1. my face (daily) Timepiece. This is one of the markings on my body that was needed for radiation. It reminds me of the hands of a clock. This little clock on my body marks time. One day, this burning will end. Copyright 2011 Leslie Jubilee, 100 Survivors


EVENT

100 Survivors


Dates:
Sat Oct 01, 2011 00:00 - Wed Oct 31, 2012

The 100 Survivors participants, artist Julia Kim Smith, and Linked by Air have created an elegant, web-based monument to women with breast cancer. Be part of it and honor 100 Survivors: visit the site and Like, +1, Tweet, Join, Follow!
ABOUT
100 Survivors is a collaborative, web-based photo and video project for women currently in treatment for breast cancer or diagnosed in the past three years. Shooting from a list of 12 tags, participants share photos, videos, and stories. By featuring up to 100 women and their work, 100 Survivors hopes to inform and inspire by looking beyond "awareness" and "supporting the cause" and focusing on the experiences of actual women with breast cancer. Unique perspectives on breast cancer and identity are welcome and encouraged.
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Toni Killefer: 1. my face (daily) Copyright 2011 Toni Killefer, 100 Survivors