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Deadline:
Dec
21
2015

Call for entries: "REFUGEE!"


Type:
Call for Submissions

Deadline:
Mon Dec 21, 2015 23:59

Location:
Germany

Description:
Deadline: Monday, 21 December 2015 Call for entries "REFUGEE!" artvideoKoeln is looking for artvideos dealing with the topic of “refugees” to take part in an exhibition project to be realised 2016 and later. There are currently more than 60 millions of refugees on the globe, people who left their home country in order to escape war, persecution and murder, but also poverty, hunger and the lack of any living perspectives. People in Europe speak currently ...


Deadline:
Oct
25
2015

WORK-IN-PROGRESS LAB with KELLY ANDERSON


Type:
Call for Submissions

Deadline:
Sun Oct 25, 2015 23:59

Location:
NY, New York
United States of America

Description:
Applications are now open for DCTV’s Fall 2015 Work-In-Progress Lab! Submit your independent documentary projects currently in post-production that could benefit from dedicated feedback and crit-building, and bring your documentary rough-cut to its next brilliant cut. Facilitated by documentary filmmaker Kelly Anderson, director of the acclaimed My Brooklyn and Every Mother's Son, this workshop grants participants the opportunity to present, view, and critique one another’s work, then revise their current rough-cut and present the revision ...


Deadline:
Nov
15
2015

BECOME AN ARTIST ON DEPICT


Type:
Call for Artists

Deadline:
Sun Nov 15, 2015 00:00

Description:
Depict.com is bringing the dynamic and rich experience of digital art to personal and public spaces everywhere. The Depict team has built an end-to-end platform for discovering, collecting, and protecting digital art that includes the Depict Frame, a stunning 50” museum quality, ultra-high definition, Wi-Fi-enabled display. The Depict Frame combines bleeding edge technology with a sleek design and is dedicated to delivering incredible visual art experiences by artists on Depict. We’re seeking artists who are ...


Starts:
Nov
13
2015

Platform Cooperativism: The Internet, Ownership, Democracy


Type:
Conference

Dates:
Fri Nov 13, 2015 08:00 - Sat Nov 14, 2015

Location:
New York,

Description:
On November 13 and 14, The New School will host a coming-out party for the cooperative Internet, built of platforms owned and governed by the people who rely on them. The program will include discussion sessions, screenings, monologues, legal hacks, workshops, and dialogues, as well as a showcase of projects, both conceptual and actual, under the purview of celebrity judges. We’ll learn from coders and worker cooperatives, scholars and designers. Together, we’ll put their lessons ...


Starts:
Nov
13
2015

Making Films that Matter: Media Studies 40th Anniversary Alumni Film Screening


Type:
Screening

Dates:
Fri Nov 13, 2015 19:00 - Fri Nov 13, 2015

Location:
New York,

Description:
The School of Media Studies at The New School celebrates its 40th Anniversary this year with exciting feature-length, short films and videos made by its alumni. On Friday, November 13th, we will showcase award-winning shorts made by graduates from Bosnia, Canada, Hong Kong/PRC, Israel, Korea, Lebanon, and the United States. Five of the filmmakers will be present to speak about their work and the role of the School of Media Studies in helping to forge ...


Starts:
Nov
11
2015

Glenn Ligon and Carl Hancock Rux: Parsons Fine Arts Visiting Artists Lecture Series


Type:
Talk/Lecture

Dates:
Wed Nov 11, 2015 19:00 - Wed Nov 11, 2015

Location:
New York,

Description:
University Center, L104 63 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY Reflecting on "Comrades and Lovers", Ligon's site-specific, Walt Whitman-inspired neon installation at The New School, Ligon will discuss his exploration of American history, literature, race and society across a body of work that builds critically on the legacies of modern painting and more recent conceptual art. Award-winning poet, playwright and novelist Carl Hancock Rux will respond through a live spoken word performance. Ligon's work has been ...


Starts:
Nov
01
2015

Third Annual Photography, Expanded Symposium


Type:
Symposium

Dates:
Sun Nov 01, 2015 09:00 - Sun Nov 01, 2015

Location:
New York,

Description:
Magnum Foundation and The Photography Program in the School of Art, Media, and Technology of Parsons The New School for Design are pleased to announce the third annual Photography, Expanded Symposium. This one-day event will present innovative documentary storytelling and emerging ideas in digital media and journalism on social justice issues. Presentations and panel discussions will feature leading media-makers, designers, and photographers such as Andrew Beck Grace (After the Storm), Katy Scoggin (CITIZENFOUR), Marek Tuszynski ...


Starts:
Oct
30
2015

Orion String Quartet 1


Type:
Performance

Dates:
Fri Oct 30, 2015 19:00 - Fri Oct 30, 2015

Location:
New York,

Description:
Mannes Ensemble-In-Residence, The Orion String Quartet, offers four free concerts each year at Mannes. The Orion String Quartet is one of the most sought-after ensembles in the United States. Since its inception, the quartet has been consistently praised for the fresh perspective and individuality it brings to performances, offering diverse programs that juxtapose classic masterpieces with notable works by living composers. With over fifty performances each year, the members of the Orion String Quartet - ...


Starts:
Oct
29
2015

NY TimesTalks at The New School: The Color Purple


Type:
Panel

Dates:
Thu Oct 29, 2015 19:30 - Thu Oct 29, 2015

Location:
New York,

Description:
John L. Tishman Auditorium, University Center 63 Fifth Avenue, Room U100, New York, NY 10003 Don’t miss this exciting conversation with musical performances from the new Broadway production of The Color Purple. Hear Alice Walker, author of the 1982 Pulitzer Prize–winning novel; Tony Award winner John Doyle, who re–envisioned the new, critically acclaimed musical; and two of its stars – Academy Award winner Jennifer Hudson, and from the hit London production, British stage star Cynthia ...


Starts:
Oct
28
2015

Bolaño and the World: Politics, Literature and History


Type:
Panel

Dates:
Wed Oct 28, 2015 16:00 - Wed Oct 28, 2015

Location:
New York,

Description:
Orozco Room, Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall 66 West 12th Street, Room A712, New York, NY 10011 Bolaño and the World: Politics, Literature and History In this panel, professors Nicholas Birns (College of New Rochelle), Juan De Castro (The New School), Federico Finchelstein (The New School), and Oswaldo Zavala (CUNY) discuss the works of Chilean novelist Roberto Bolaño. In particular, the panelists explore the connections and disconnections that the novels of Roberto Bolaño establish with world ...


Starts:
Oct
24
2015

Urban Thinkers Campus: The City We Need


Type:
Conference

Dates:
Sat Oct 24, 2015 08:30 - Sat Oct 24, 2015

Location:
New York,

Description:
Starr Foundation Hall, UL102 (lower level) University Center, 63 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003 Urban Thinkers Campus: The City We Need Please join us and contribute to the New Urban Agenda by participating in the Urban Thinkers Campus in New York City on October 24. Help us create the Roadmap To the City We Need! The Urban Thinkers Campus is a special initiative of the World Urban Campaign and UN-Habitat, the UN agency focused ...


Starts:
Oct
22
2015

Light Years: 1985-2015-2045


Type:
Panel

Dates:
Thu Oct 22, 2015 14:00 - Thu Oct 22, 2015

Location:
New York,

Description:
John L. Tishman Auditorium, University Center 63 Fifth Avenue, Room U100, New York, NY 10003 Light Years: 1985-2015-2045 Parsons School of Design presents Light Years: 1985-2015-2045 2015 marks 30 years since the first Master of Fine Arts in Lighting Design students graduated from Parsons, the first program of its type in the world. This public event will address changes in lighting technology, socio-cultural conditions, and the status of the lighting design profession using a 30-year ...


Starts:
Oct
21
2015

CAN DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY STILL REVOLUTIONIZE PHOTOGRAPHY? | #ICPMEETUP


Type:
Panel

Dates:
Wed Oct 21, 2015 19:00 - Wed Oct 21, 2015

Location:
New York, New York
United States of America

Description:
NOTE: This is a FREE event but RSVP is required. From "computational photography" to the rise of image recognition programs and new generations of lenses and sensors, how do the latest discoveries in software and hardware challenge the boundaries of image making? Meet the entrepreneurs and technologists that are redefining the scope of innovation in the photography world and setting new possibilities for a whole generation of visual storytellers. Moderator Noah Robischon, Executive Editor, Fast ...


Starts:
Oct
02
2015

Non-Organic Life


Type:
Exhibition

Dates:
Fri Oct 02, 2015 19:00 - Thu Nov 05, 2015

Location:
Bogota DC, Colombia

Description:
Non-Organic Life brings together artists addressing creative processes which denature the origin of the materials used or contradict the properties of its constituent references. PERMANENTE’s architecture requires artists to establish a dialogue between space and their procedures, therefore the works displayed at this exhibition project were generated in situ. This gesture not only includes an appropriation of site-specific intervention concept, it also becomes a fundamental aspect of the artworks exhibited in here, which also allows ...


Deadline:
Nov
02
2015

a call for videos


Type:
Call for Artworks

Deadline:
Mon Nov 02, 2015 11:59

Location:
San Marcos, Texas

Description:
Video and performance artists are invited to submit works (in video format) for consideration in an upcoming screening at Texas State University, School of Art & Design. The thematic content of the exhibition will be derived from the work received. Preference will be given to works that are surprising, thought provoking, subversive, and transformative. Selected works will be exhibited as both a screening at the School of Art and Design as well as a part ...