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Artists Opportunities - 13.2.09

Exploring the light
The Entopic Group is searching for work that is focused on light and its explorations. Anything that is somehow related to light, be it physical or not, may interest us. We are not looking for literal interpretations but inventive and challenging proposals. We accept photography, collage and drawing or something related.
Posted by Entopic
March 31, 2009
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Call For Entries

Early deadline postmarked by May 1st, 2009.

Late deadline postmarked by May 11th, 2009.

Aurora Picture Show's twelfth annual Extremely Shorts Festival features three-minute or shorter films and videos by artists, filmmakers, culture jammers, students, moms, security guards, and anyone with a camera and a vision. This year’s juror is Bill Arning. Mr. Arning was the Curator at the MIT List Center in Boston, MA and will be the new Director of the Contemporary Art Museum of Houston beginning in April.

Guidelines for Entries:

Entrants may submit up to three titles. Each title must run three minutes or shorter (including titles and credits). Multiple submissions may be compiled. Acceptable formats for submission: DVD and online. For online submissions, provide the web address (we recommend vimeo.com) and if your video is selected you will need to provide a hi-res version. Materials will not be returned without a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Entry fee is $15 per title for early deadline and $20 per title for late deadline.
We give out cash awards for Audience Choice 1st ($200), 2nd ($150), and 3rd ($75) place.

Entry forms may be requested by calling 713-868-2101, or downloaded from www.aurorapictureshow.org.

Mailing Address:
Aurora Picture Show
Attn: Extremely Shorts
1524 Sul Ross
Houston, TX 77006
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The town of Maalot-Tarshiha (in the Galille, Israel) is unique for its' harmonious coexistence of Arabs and Jews, sharing 7 quarters and one municipality.
For the past eighteen years the Municipality of Maalot-Tarshiha has organized an annual International Sculpture Symposium known as “Stone in the Galilee.”
The event hosts sculptures from Israel and all over the world, who stay at Maalot-Tarshiha for 20 days and sculpt open-air exhibits and sculptures out of local Galilee stone (dimensions up to size 2m3, with height not less than 1.2 meters).
The upcoming “Stone in the Galilee” Symposium is planned for March 26th through april 14th 2009 and sculptors are invited to submit their proposals / sketches for sculptures to be executed at the Symposium. Proposals must relate to the theme : Urban Environmental Sculpting.
Priority shall be granted to proposals incorporating materials other than stone, such as metal, wood, glass, etc.
The information and forms can be downloaded from callsandopps.com website.
February 25, 2009
sourse: Rhizome 
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