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Kiss-Pál Szabolcs kspal@aramszu.net
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November 23, 2001 "ABSTRACTION 2002." International, open to abstract,
non-representational, or non-objective works, 2D or 3D. Juror TBA.
Exhibition: December 21 - January 27. Up to 3 slides/$25, $5 each
additional. No commission. Excellent publicity; 2500 viewers average.
Awards include solo exhibition. Prospectus (required) available at:
www.stagegallery.org, or send #10 SASE (4.25" x 9.5" only) to:
"ABSTRACTION/Stage Gallery," (including exhibition title is
essential!) 238 Frankel Blvd, Merrick NY 11566-4732 OR 516-623-3504
December 15, 2001 now accepting SUBMISSIONS : immedia 2002 : the
senses well known annual exhibition of digital and electronic
art. works created with or in response to digital and electronic media
are welcomed. may include, but are not limited to, installation,
music, performance, dance, video and animation, interactive graphics,
flat work, and web design. grants are available. also seeking groups
or individuals interested in performing at the event, giving short
lectures, presentations, or holding workshops on digital arts related
mediums.  to submit visit: http://entity.ummu.umich.edu OR
December 31, 2001 CALL FOR ENTRIES - Fifth Annual Peace Arch Park
International Sculpture Exhibition, May 1 ~ September 30,
2002. Artists from the United States and Canada are invited to submit
outdoor sculptures to be featured at the Fifth Annual Peace Arch Park
International Sculpture Exhibition. A panel of international art
experts and international park management will jury the
exhibition. The criteria for selecting the art for exhibition includes
artistic impression, quality, durability, aesthetic appeal, and park
and community appropriateness. All materials must be completely
weatherproof and suitable for public viewing. Site specific proposals
are acceptable.  The top three entries will receive cash
awards. Artists benefit from international exposure and recognition by
being featured in North America's most celebrated peace park. A self
guided art and park history tour brochure accompanies the
exhibit. Since 1998, the Peace Arch Park International Sculpture
Exhibition has featured artworks created by 36 American & Canadian
fine artists. Over 500,000 people visit the historic international
peace park each year. The exhibit is presented by the United States
Canada Peace Anniversary Association, in cooperation with Washington
State Parks. Entry fee $10.00 (U.S.  funds). For a prospectus mail a
SASE to: Christina Alexander, US/Canada Peace Anniversary Association,
Box 4564, Blaine WA 98231, Phone or Fax (360) 332-7165. A online
prospectus can be downloaded at www.peacearchpark.org E-mail us at
December 31, 2001 "PHOTOGRAPHY 2002." International, open to all; any
traditional or innovative photographic process, incl. collage,
digital, etc. Entries by 35mm slide only. Exhibition February 2 -
March 9, 2002. Juror: Dick Gonzalez, Founding Director, Long Island
Center for Photography.  Up to 3 slides/$25, $5 each additional. No
commission. Active publicity; 2500 viewer average. Awards include solo
exhibition.  Prospectus (required) available at: www.stagegallery.org,
or send #10 SASE (4.25" x 9.5" only) to: "PHOTO/Stage Gallery,"
(exhibition title essential!) 11 Prospect Place, Massapequa NY
11758. 516-797-9115.
artists are invited to apply for residencies in tropical Kerala, South
India, December 2001 - April 2003. Live and work in paradise. Minimum
stay - one month.  For further information/application forms, please
see our website at www.artsresidencies.com or contact us at: South
Indian Arts Residencies, Studio 54, Grove Park, Camberwell London SE5
8LE, UK.  Email: artsresidencies@aol.com
December 31, 2001 The Florida Outdoor Sculpture Competition, a joint
project of the Polk Museum of Art and the City of Lakeland, is
accepting submissions for a Public Art exhibition in downtown
Lakeland. Open to sculptors working in North America. 10 works will be
accepted and will receive $1,000 to cover transportation. $3,000 Best
of Show. Deadline is January 31, 2002. Artists may submit labeled
slides of up to three completed works, with 2 - 3 views of each work,
along with a resume, one paragraph artist statement, and
non-refundable $15 entry fee to: Polk Museum of Art, Attn: Outdoor
Sculpture Competition, 800 E Palmetto St, Lakeland, FL 33801. No
incomplete works or project proposals will be considered. All works
must be able to be anchored to concrete and maintenance free for the
duration of the exhibit, which will run from April 2002 until February
2003. For prospectus/further details, call 863-688-7743 ext. 286 or
email MPope@PolkMuseumofArt.org
Nov 30, 2001 MAIL ART SHOW Call for artists who are not waving any
flags. Make your own flag that is not a cry for war. Any media. All
submissions accepted. For more information contact: Dina Bursztyn,
Flag Project, 982 Main St 2nd Fl, Peekskill NY 10566
every 18 months in Barcelona showing national and international video
projects & works around video and new media. Categories include any
style or genre. Awards. Various formats, preview on VHS. No entry
fee. For more information, please contact: Joan Leandre, OVNI,
Montalegre 5, 08001 Barcelona, Spain OR 011-343-3064100 OR
011-343-3064113(FAX) OR http://www.ovni-ufo.org OR ovni@cccb.org
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