east london photography festival
photomonth has now become the largest photography festival in the UK. With over 100 exhibitions and events taking place in more than 60 galleries and spaces in East London and featuring up to 500 photographers, photomonth gives recognition to photography as the dominant medium in contemporary art.
This year photomonth is running a new photofair in… Continue
Added by Artists Unite on August 26, 2008 at 11:02am —
The exhibitions from June and July episodes of Now:Here:This are online now at www.artistsunite-ny.org
Added by Artists Unite on August 22, 2008 at 11:55pm —
Residents of uptown New York have an opportunity to show work in a unique venue: the MTA elevators at 190th and at 181st Streets. Details for submission to the juried selection are at http://artistsunite-ny.org/blog/?p=1485
Added by Artists Unite on August 14, 2008 at 10:34am —
Create work during the next art spark for Now:Here:This and submit it by July 25 to be considered for the next exhibition at Artists Unite. To submit, go to the main page and click on the group for Now:Here:This. Instructions about the project are located there.
We look forward to seeing your work!
Added by Artists Unite on July 15, 2008 at 7:15pm —
The Virtual Worlds' answer to My Space has been created to build on the progress made around the globe in machinima, original music, photography, the arts and the overall culture of the Metaverse.
My Metaverse (www.mymetaverse.ning.com
) has been launched with foundation members from different virtual worlds such as Second Life, Kaneva, Entropia Universe, Open Life Grid and Twinity.
The new social network provides a platform for… Continue
Added by Steve Cropper on July 7, 2008 at 5:40am —
Today, we visited Bytom's sole contemporary "gallery," which is funded by the city as part of the Cultural Center that houses the dance festival we've been enjoying. The gallery, Kronica
, seems to operate on a theoretical level. Our host, Stach Ruksza, described the mission as bringing something of the "alien" to the Polish Silesian region. Whereas many other parts of Poland and Eastern Europe are experiencing an influx of "the outsider"… Continue
Added by Peter Ferko on July 3, 2008 at 12:00pm —
For those of you interested in dance, I'm writing a bit about the XV Annual Dance Conference and Performance Festival in Bytom Poland at DNA World
, including some of my dance photos (there's a first time for everything). Here are some of the non-dance visual highlights (caveat that they're straight out of the camera so far).
untitled (train between Warsaw and Katowice)
Added by Peter Ferko on June 30, 2008 at 6:12pm —
Wendy and I started our visit to Poland with 24 hours in Warsaw and made a good visit with the curator of the Center for Contemporary art. There was a really good exhibit of a Polish artist who lived much of his life in London. He and his wife were better known as writers: the Themersons, Stefan and Francziczka. His visual art consisted of really unique photograms, some of which he created using structure made of a sheet of glass for holding objects with room for a camera below. Here… Continue
Added by Peter Ferko on June 29, 2008 at 5:21am —
Harambee Dance Co. needs a storyteller this Sat, June 21
1) The Harambee Dance Company seeks an experienced storyteller for our "Harambee Storytelling" presentation. Two
musicians will be provided to accompany the storyteller. There will be three 20 - 30 minute presentations during the day
at 11:30am, 1:30pm, and 3:30pm. The fee is $ 200.
* We have run this announcement several times and have connected with some extraordinary storytellers. There are so
Added by Peter Ferko on June 19, 2008 at 10:30am —
Don't miss this amazing description of artists in America from the New York Times
. According to the latest U.S. census, "artist" is one of the biggest professions in the country, responsible for huge amounts of income and covering everything from modern dancer to architect.
Added by Peter Ferko on June 17, 2008 at 5:17pm —
St. Ann's Warehouse is producing an all-out and quite astounding, graphic version of Mabceth, which opens next week. Oh, and did I mention that it's in Polish? The NY Times has a full article on it today
. Too big to fit into St. Ann’s theater in Dumbo, it will be staged on a specially constructed, two-story stage in the roofless, 19th-century Tobacco Warehouse across the… Continue
Added by Sky Pape on June 11, 2008 at 11:30am —
Added by Marlon Barrios Solano on June 8, 2008 at 10:30pm —
Artists Unite LIVE!
is pleased to present
a multi-media/multi-project event – all in one location!
on the occasion of the Uptown Arts Stroll (www.artstroll.com)
Featuring all this:
Hightlights from this year’s
Artists Unite’s ongoing project that has
brought together more than 40 artists internationally
who make work at the same moment in time.
See work by Anthony… Continue
Added by Artists Unite on June 1, 2008 at 11:00pm —
Dear Friends and Members of the NoMAA community:
NoMAA is proud to announce the arrival of the 6th Annual Uptown Arts Stroll – a multi-disciplinary arts festival held in the communities of Washington Heights & Inwood from June 1-30, 2008. We ask that you join us in celebrating the best art that Northern Manhattan has to offer. For updates on the Uptown Arts Stroll calendar, please visit www.artstroll.com
and check out the printed… Continue
Added by Artists Unite on May 31, 2008 at 10:02am —
Alliance of Dominican American wrote:
Estimados amigos de ADAVA, si no pudo ver ADAVARTE 2 en la WNBC, VEALO AHORA PULSANDO EL LINK!
ADAVA also wanted to say:
Please see this video from NBC for adavarte 2
Remember to check out more exclusive WNBC video… Continue
Added by Artists Unite on May 31, 2008 at 9:11am —
Roseanne Cash delivers a deep and eloquent article in the NY times
, pondering the distinction between fact and truth, how they relate to meaning, and how truth and meaning can be found through the creative process.
"But in the space where truth and fact diverge, a larger question arises: if the facts don’t lead us to meaning, what does?… Continue
Added by Sky Pape on May 27, 2008 at 7:21am —
I just saw choreography by Kate Weare. It was sexy and sophisticated, new and had roots all at the same time.
Added by Peter Ferko on May 15, 2008 at 11:00am —
Reel Short Film
We are inviting you to submit your real short films to the First Annual CLIMB Film Festival. If selected, your film will be screened in the historic Highbridge Tower, the smallest film festival venue in New York! Winners will receive beautiful trophies. We are looking for films that are 10 minutes or less and were filmed in the Greater New York metropolitan area.
City Life Is Moving Bodies (CLIMB) is a collaborative of… Continue
Added by Artists Unite on May 14, 2008 at 7:48am —
If you made a submission for Now:Here:This, it was due on Sunday, but you can have an extra couple days. Get it to me by tonight! Use the Now:Here:This group button for details on how to submit.
Added by Artists Unite on May 13, 2008 at 7:33am —
Added by Peter Ferko on May 12, 2008 at 9:52pm —