ProjectOroom in collaboration with CIA (Creative Intelligence Agency) and Stockwell Studios, invites artists worldwide to submit exciting, thought provoking artwork for a Climate Change themed exhibition at Flexi Space - Stockwell Studios, London.
BeyondZero aims to explore the impact of climate change and its effects on our environment and societies. The theme can be interpreted broadly: raising questions, reflecting individual visions, presenting utopic ‘solutions’ …
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12-Pages Online Project Space invites submissions from creative practitioners in response to the theme of ‘Terror’.
The Guernica myth was established on 15 February 2003, when rumours began circulating from the UN Security Council Chamber that a tapestry copy of Picasso’s seminal painting had been draped with a blue cloth to shield it from view. It became apparent that Guernica was an inappropriate backdrop for the impending announcement. When America’s intention to invade Iraq was…Continue
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International Artist/Health Residencies, Ratot, Hungary 2012 at the Szell Kalman Historic Castle (AIR/HMC)
Built around 1890 – it was the residence of the Hungarian prime minister Kálmán Széll and is located in Rátót 14 km from the Austrian border. The Kálmán Széll Castle with its beautiful garden dates back to this period. The Castle used to be the holiday home of Kálmán Széll for a long time. The building of the castle fulfilled several functions since 1945. At the end of the 1940s it…
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Beach Gallery (run by NTU Fine Art graduate Charlie Hood) is looking for an intern: you’ll meet lots of great people and the coffee is very good as well.
We’re hoping to find an enthusiastic, hard-working recent graduate who is willing to offer us
3 days a week of their time, over a busy and exciting period of our new and excitinggallery and shop.
Preferably a recent graduate or current student of Fine Art, Illustration, or Graphic Design, who has a passion for…Continue
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As part of Brighton Fringe Festival 2012, Brighton Emmaus is hosting a variety of happenings each Saturday throughout May as part of the Fringe programme.
If you would like to be part of an exciting Fringe event, and want great free exposure for you organsiation, send images and a brief description of you acts, workshops, installations and exhibitions to Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Construction Gallery – Call for Large Sculpture/Installation works
Construction Gallery is now up and running and we are inviting artists to be considered for commissions and inclusion in the second half of our exhibitions programme.
WHO: Artists living or working within a 5 mile radius of Tooting Broadway (e.g. Balham, Battersea, Brixton, Camberwell, Clapham, Crystal Palace, Fulham, Kingston, Norbury, Peckham, Putney, Roehampton, Stockwell, Streatham, Sydenham, Tulse Hill,…Continue
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Colman Getty is a leading independent PR and Communications consultancy. Our expertise spans the world of the arts, publishing, museums and galleries, performing and visual arts, diversity, social change, enterprise and business-to-business communications.
We’re seeking a maternity contract Marketing and Digital Director who has a love, and knowledge, of both traditional and digital marketing with superb client servicing, staff management and project management skills. The position…Continue
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Full Time, Permanent
Salary: £22,475 - £24,001 per annum
Hereford College of Arts is a specialist arts college offering a range of courses in Art, Media, Design and Performing Arts from FE entry level to undergraduate study at HE level.
An exciting opportunity exists at the College to support the delivery of further education courses in Performing Arts & Music and to coordinate and manage the theatrical and performance resources of the College.
The role will…Continue
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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FROM ISLINGTON-BASED FILMMAKERS
Reel Islington are launching a Short Film Award as part of Reel Islington Film Festival 2012, which will take place 24 – 26 February 2012, on the theme of ‘We the People’.
Films should be up to ten minutes in length and on the theme of ‘We the People’
Deadline: Midnight on 31 January 2012
Prize: The winning filmmaker will receive an award of £200 and their film will be screened at the festival on Saturday 25…Continue
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The University for the Creative Arts has campuses at Canterbury, Epsom, Farnham, Maidstone and Rochester and is home to 7,000 students from over 70 countries studying on courses in fashion, graphics, design, media, fine art and architecture
Full Time Post: 36.25 hours per week
Fixed Term Contract until 01 April 2013
£31,948 - £44,166 per annum
The Fashion Design Course at Epsom has an established reputation for producing creative fashion…Continue
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£30,870 - £34,745 per annum
Edge Hill University is one of the fastest growing universities in the United Kingdom and has been providing higher education for over 125 years, based on an ethos of opportunity through excellence. The past five years have seen student applications double, turnover increase at a rate of around 20% per annum, and an investment of £130m on campus. Edge Hill is a dynamic and ambitious university with a clear sense of direction, and…Continue
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An exciting opportunity exists at the Arts University College at Bournemouth to work with the team of staff supporting our excellent higher education Digital Media Production course.
You will deliver a variety of induction programmes, construct and adapt teaching aids, models and samples, and assist with the essential maintenance of resource areas, studios and location stores. You will also be responsible for ensuring the…Continue
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University Of The Arts London
£34,487 - £41,377 pro rata18.5 hours per week
Fixed term contract to 31/12/13
London, King's Cross
Why choose us? University of the Arts London is a vibrant world centre for innovation, drawing together six Colleges with international reputations in art, design, fashion, communication and performing arts.
An art college and cultural centre in one, Central Saint Martins is internationally renowned for the creative energy of its…Continue
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Three year fixed term, starting 1 September 2012
Arts Engaged, the Centre for Innovation and Impact in the Arts and Humanities, invites applications for five Postdoctoral Research Fellowships within a project funded by the University of Leeds Transformation Fund and the Faculty of Arts.
Arts Engaged at Leeds seeks to develop strategic thinking and innovative methodologies for embedding innovation and impact at all stages of the research process. Its principal objectives are as…Continue
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The College of Arts, University of Glasgow, is excited to announce Spaces of (Dis)location, a two-day multidisciplinary graduate conference taking place on 24th – 25th May 2012.
As national and cultural boundaries are blurred in our increasingly global society, the ideas of space and location – whether physical or metaphysical, real or imaginary – are evolving. This notion provides the stimulus for a conference that we hope will inspire creativity and debate across many subjects in…Continue
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A two-day conference co-organized by the PSi Performance and Philosophy working group and Kingston University’s practice.research.unit
April 13th-14th 2012
The London Studio Centre, London
Keynote presenters will include:
Every house has a door
(Lin Hixson, Matthew Goulish, Bryan Saner, Stephen Fiehn, and Tim Kinsella)
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Fourth Edition of "Contro-Sguardi: International Anthropological Film Festival"
Theme of the year 2012: "For a culture of work"
Perugia (Italy), April 2012
CALL FOR VIDEO, PHOTOS, SOUNDS AND
(Deadline: 20 February 2012)
The Ass. “Contro-Sguardi”, in collaboration with the
Anthropological Section of the Department Man and Environment (Uomo e Territorio) of the University of Perugia (Italy), the Comune of Perugia, Informagiovani and the…
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Studio Studies: Ethnographies of Creative Production - Open panel at the EASST/4S Meeting, October 17-20 2012, Copenhagen
Organizers: Alex Wilkie and Ignacio Farias
Given the importance placed on ‘creativity’, ‘creative economy’ and ‘creative industry’ in both national and international policy contexts, it is surprising that understanding of creativity-in-action remains largely underdeveloped. What is more surprising is that creativity is commonly associated with (unobservable)…Continue
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PSi has launched a new Enrichment Bursary to support unaffiliated artists/scholars/activists to attend and contribute to the conference.
Please see details below - deadline for applications is February 15th. Application forms are available at http://www.psi18.org/enrichment-bursary/
PSi Enrichment Bursary 2012
Who is eligible for the award?
The Enrichment Bursary award is…
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The 2012 conference of the Museums and Galleries History Group, to be held at the University of Lincoln 12-13 July 2012
Call for papers
While museum history now acknowledges the constructed nature of the museum narrative, and maintains that museum work such as cataloguing, conserving and displaying is not neutral, but actually produces meaning, relatively little work has examined the ways in which curatorial practices have developed, and the specific consequences for museums.…
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