Participation in the call for Global Dialect was lower than expected; it appears from comments and questions that the instructions were too vague. We will be sending a second request for submissions this Fall.
My apologies to those who did submit on time, and thank you for your inspired response to the call. If you have already submitted work, you can submit additional work to the new call; otherwise, your work will be considered under the new deadline and…Continue
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I love this city. The Empire State Building was lit up in rainbow colors Friday night after the NY State Assembly finally did the right thing. "...crowds gathered, screamed and embraced outside New York City's Stonewall Inn, where the gay rights movement was born 42 years ago." It is about…
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Please submit your work for
Global Dialect, open to artists in all media internationally (click link for details), deadlines June 18, June 24
Artists Unite/MTA Subway Poster Project, open to…
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an online and projected exhibition by
June 25, 2011
Despite business' and media's focus on globalization, the world and even large cities like New York exist at their human level as small communities of individuals in places with unique properties.
This project aims to unite artists through that uniqueness. It uses a global connection provided by the internet as a container for the un-global language, look, and…Continue
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CALLING ALL TRADITIONAL ARTISTS in northern Manhattan/alto Manhattan! If you have one or two afternoons or evenings per month to offer, and would like to share your traditional art or craft with neighborhood kids and adults, and network with other traditional artists in Harlem, the Heights, Ft. George, and Inwood, you should consider joining the Heights Art Network.
Let's get together and create a space for a collective that can offer free arts classes to local youth and…Continue
Added by Jerise Fogel on June 1, 2011 at 11:05am — No Comments