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Announcements: Six Points Fellowship Seeks Emerging Artists (NYC)

Six Points Fellowship Seeks Emerging Artists In NYC The Six Points Fellowship for Emerging Jewish Artists is accepting applications for our next group of artists!  The Six Points Fellowship will support 9 individual artists in New York City (ages 22-38) working in visual arts, music, and performing arts and who want to develop a new project with a Jewish focus, theme, or element.  We’ll provide up to a total of $40,000 as well as workshops, Jewish learning, and professional support to develop new projects exploring Jewish ideas and concepts. The 2-year fellowship will provide: -Stipend: Up to $20,000 over two years -Project Grant: Up to $20,000 over two years -Retreats, monthly workshops, coaching, and mentorship To learn more and apply for the Fellowship, visit our website at www.sixpoint...

Announcements: Big Art Group – Casting new group work

Big Art Group (New York) seeks male, female and trans-variant performers and artists for their new group work, FLESH TONE, rehearsing Feb – March with performances April 15-18, 2010 at Abrons Arts Center. Diversity is important to the group. Big Art Group is a New York ensemble of performers and artists. For each new group work they aim to add one or two people to our company. To be considered, one must be adventurous, creative, dedicated and be open to a rigorous experimental practice. Applicants must live in NYC. Paid. Non-Union. Send Cover letter/resume/pic to casting(at)bigartgroup(dot)com Subject: FLESH TONE – Open Call *Please remember to include a cover letter in the body of the email telling us who you are and why you would like to be a part of our practice. More information on the...

Announcement: CONTEXT – Platform for Contemporary Dance Festival (Berlin)

The 7th edition of the Festival “CONTEXT – Platform for Contemporary Dance” is entitled “Anaesthesia of Emotions”. The starting point for the programme is the observance that in recent times emotions have been granted a special amount of attention. However it remains to be seen whether we are dealing with a boom or with a taboo concerning emotions. The sciences are already speaking about an “emotional turn”, while the arts sections of the newspapers have controversial debates about the appropriateness of speaking about emotions. What is the current state of our individual and collective emotional life? Are emotions on the advance, or are they being increasingly suppressed? CONTEXT #7 takes a closer look at how emotions and attitudes are being staged with the means of the theatre. The main ...

Announcements: Eyebeam Residencies Winter/Spring 2010

APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 14, 2009 All applicants will be informed of their application status by January 29, 2010. CONTEXT: Eyebeam is the leading not-for-profit art and technology center in the USA. Our unique collaborative environment fosters fellowships and residencies, research, education, public programming and a vital web space, eyebeam.org. We are located in the heart of NYC’s Chelsea art district in a resource rich 15,000 sq.ft. space. Please see the Fellows and Projects sections of our web site for information on current and previous work developed at Eyebeam. OVERVIEW: You’ve got big ideas. You could use a little time and money, not to mention support and inspiration, to create a visionary project. Apply now for Eyebeam’s Winter/Spring 2010 Residency cycle. Resi...

Announcements: Artist in Residency Program – The Gershwin, NYC

Artist in Residency Program – The Gershwin, NYC (from the website)We have created an Artist-in-residence program (furnished with complimentary continental breakfast) to keep the artist alive so that art may live. As we believe that art goes with heart we want our laureates to welcome in their heart a place for the other endangered species: the children. We have included a children clause in the entry form. We believe that your art will communicate its energy to the house and will affect people that will be surrounded by it. PROGRAM PRIZES There are no cash prizes for this event. All the laureates gain international exposure by being sponsored by us. Many PR efforts enable visibility and communication on the New York level as well as the international scene. Selection of the winners i...

Announcements: Call for submissions for the The Live Art Almanac – Volume 2

Call for submissions for the The Live Art Almanac – Volume 2 An international publication of writing on and around Live Art Deadline: 31 December 2009 The Live Art Almanac Vol. 2 is a not-for-profit publication, produced and published by the Live Art Development Agency (London, UK) in partnership with Live Art UK, Performance Space 122 (New York, USA), and Performance Space (Sydney, Australia). The Live Art Almanac Vol. 2 will draw together recent writing about and around Live Art – from reviews, through interviews and news stories, to cultural commentaries. It aims to be both a useful resource and a good read for artists, writers, students and others interested in the field of interdisciplinary, performance-based art. The first Live Art Almanac was published in the UK by the Live Ar...

Digest: News for the week of October 23-39, 2009

Featured: Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio/Chiara Guidi (Italy) October 29th, 2009 Featured: DasArts School (Amsterdam, Holland) October 28th, 2009 [singlepic id=234 w= h= float=]Featured: AKHE, Russian Engineering Theatre (Russia) October 27th, 2009 [singlepic id=193 w= h= float=]In Performance: LIVE FILM! JACK SMITH! (Berlin, Germany) October 26th, 2009

Announcements: Under The Radar Festival 2010 (NYC, USA)

*Featured photo : L’EFFET DE SERGE ( Philippe Quesne / Vivarium Studio) Photo by Martin Argyroglo Under The Radar Festival Jan 6-17,2010 The Public Theater | 425 Lafayette Street | New York, NY 10003 O:212-539-8511 |  F:212-539-8705 www.undertheradarfestival.com Under The Radar is a project of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters and produced by The Public Theater and Mark Russell. EMAIL UPDATES | FACEBOOK |  MYSPACE

Announcement: Jack Smith: Cologne, 1974 at Exile Ausstellungsraum (Berlin, Germany)

Jack Smith: Cologne, 1974 Exile Ausstellungsraum Alexandrinenstr 4 October 10 – November 1, 2009 [singlepic id=193 w= h= float=left]The exhibition Jack Smith: Cologne, 1974 brings together photographs by Gwenn Thomas and a film by Birgit Hein, both documenting a performance by Jack Smith in the Cologne Zoo as part of Projekt 74 organized by Kunsthalle Köln. Jack Smith (1932-1989), while often under-recognized, is clearly one of the most influential artists of American postwar Art. He was arguably the inventor of an aesthetics which came to be known as ‘camp’ and ‘trash’, using no-budget means of production to create a visual cosmos heavily influenced by popular film and kitsch culture. Without Smith it is hard to imagine independent cinema, experimental theate...

Play With Fire: Festival of Video Art, Performance and Design (NYC)

Play With Fire Festival of Video Art, Performance and Design This festival brings together video artists, performers and designers who progress their field by finding new applications for video! Play with Fire is a platform for discussing the common set-backs and advantages of working with video while celebrating its forms by hosting a series of performances and a competition of live video editing. Also, learn a new tool for live video manipulation during a demonstration and workshop in Modul8, a software used across disciplines. Date: November 14-21, 2009 Location: Panel Discussions, Workshops and Artist Demonstrations Harvestworks 596 Broadway #602 NY NY 10012 phone 212.431.1130 Live Video Performance: TBD Call for Submissions: All Submissions: playwithfirefestival@gmail.com Deadline: Oc...

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