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Deadline: For exhibition Fall, 2002
Works in any media smaller than 8"x10"
Gallery 304, Great Barrington MA

Gallery 304 is seeking submissions for a Fall exhibit entitled "Anything Goes". Works in any media smaller than 8"x10". No jury. Five dollar handling fee. For detailed information send a self-addressed stamped envelope to Gallery 304, 304 Main Street, Great Barrington MA or email GalleryThree04@aol.com

or you can telephone at 413 644-9009.

42 High Street, HULL HU1 1PS
ŒHull Time Based Arts is an artist led organisation, existing to pioneer and champion new work in time based media‚
Commissions for ŒSPEECHLESS‚ project

The commissions will provide opportunities for four artists to create new and innovative large-scale projection works. 
ŒSpeechless‚ invites artists to explore exclusive of sound, notions of cultural tourism and possibilities of residential
displacement and disempowerment affected through regeneration programmes. Although not necessarily based on the
area, the works themselves will respond to the environment on which they are projected. The River Hull Corridor, a
designated ŒHeartlands Improvement‚ Zone is undergoing a facelift, directing visitors over the new footbridge to the multi-
million pound tourist attraction, ŒThe Deep‚.
The silent works will be digitally composed and may be derived from video, still photographic imagery, the internet/web art
or a combination of these media.
Artists will engage with normally excluded and Œsilent‚ community groups, linking with Hull‚s Homeless and Rootless
project, to enable the production of responsive works exploring aspects of communication: the skills and techniques,
understanding, expressions, abilities, comedy, spontaneity and interaction.
The proposed backdrop is the huge South-facing facade of Hull‚s Rank Hovis Building, itself providing an intriguing,
historical cultural context with its links to Lord Rank, the filmmaker. Lord Rank entered the film industry in 1934 making
religious films
The selected artists will be in residence in Hull with free access to HTBA‚s in-house digital facilities including technical
expertise, marketing and profile.
Commission budget of £3,800. Hull Time Based Arts will supply available equipment for the artwork. Deadline for
submissions: September 30th 2002.
Further information available from Janis Britland, Programme Manager, Hull Time Based Arts, 42 High Street, HULL HU1
1PS, Tel: 01482 216446, e-mail Janis@htba.demon.co.uk
This project is funded by Yorkshire Arts Board and the Government's Single Regeneration Budget, via Hull CityVenture.
To be considered for a one-person installation exhibition
in the Courtyard at One Colorado, Old Pasadena

Beginning November 2, 2002, the Armory Center for the Arts will organize four outdoor site-specific installations for the 2002-03 program year in the central courtyard area of One Colorado. Three of these will be one-person shows. Each installation will be on view for approximately three months. The exhibitions are a collaboration between the Armory and One Colorado.
   One Colorado consists of seventeen historical buildings including shops, restaurants, offices, and a central courtyard on one city block in the heart of Old Pasadena. Set between Colorado Boulevard and Union Street and between Fair Oaks and Delacey Street, the One Colorado courtyard attracts between 2,000 and 4,000 visitors daily.

Chosen artists will construct a site-specific installation to be shown at least 8 feet above the ground. Works may be in a wide variety of media, including sound-based or light-based media and may be installed in different types of spaces, such as the courtyard's windows, outer passageways, walls, rooftops, or tower. Works may be visible by day, night, or both. All works must be weather-resistant and be able to last four months. Issues of public safety must be in consideration. Artists are encouraged to visit One Colorado and its venues to possibly integrate related subjects into their proposal. One Colorado site plans are available at http://www.onecolorado.net
   Installation proposals (maximum 200 words), accompanied by a maximum of 10 slides of related work by each submitting artist, will be reviewed by Jay Belloli, Director of Gallery Programs, Jennifer Gunlock, Gallery Assistant at the Armory Center for the Arts, and Robin Faulk, Marketing Consultant at One Colorado. One Colorado will provide a $500 honorarium to each participating artist. "Art Over Your Head" is made possible through the generosity of One Colorado.

For submission send up to 10 slides, installation proposal (up to 200 words, may include diagrams),
and SASE to:
Art Over Your Head
Armory Center for the Arts
145 North Raymond Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91103

Proposals must arrive at the Armory by Monday, September 16, 5 p.m. Artists will be notified whether or not their proposals are approved by Monday, September 23.
If you have any questions, please call:
Jennifer Gunlock, Gallery Assistant, 626-792-5101 x. 142
Jay Belloli, Director of Gallery Programs, 626-792-5101 x. 117
For further information about the Armory Center for the Arts, visit www.armoryarts.org.

The 12th annual WOW International Film Festival: Call for Entries
ENTRIES DUE: 20th August
FESTIVAL DATES: 17-20th October

WOW is now calling for entries of interactive media and digital web based work by women for inclusion in the 12th annual WOW International Film Festival. We are looking for interactive work by CDROM, DVD and Web Artists.

WOW takes place in Sydney from 17-20th October 2002 followed by the national tour. Presented by Women in Film and Television (NSW), WOW is unique in Australia promoting the work of women in all screen based media.

See the WIFT Web for details and entry form

INFO: Danielle Karalus, Curator - Femmedia
EMAIL: danyell@smartchat.net.au
ONLINE: http://www.wift.org

The Arts Catalyst/Gallery Oldham: Art & Biotechnology Residencies
PROPOSALS DUE: 10th September
Manchester, UK

The Arts Catalyst & Gallery Oldham are looking for 2 artists-in-residence, primarily to lead participatory activities on themes of art/biotechnology: A Media Artist, and A Theatre / Live Art Practitioner

For 15 day residencies during the CLEANROOMS exhibition at Gallery Oldham, Oldham, Greater Manchester, UK, October / November 2002

Experienced and motivated artists, interested in engaging the public with issues connected with art and biotechnology, are sought. These residencies are intended to support the CleanRooms exhibition, which presents art works that challenge responses to a science often perceived as secretive and sinister: biotechnology. Exploring ideas of contamination and containment, ethics and accountability, CleanRooms asks the audience to decide how far they themselves would go with the emerging powers of genetic manipulation.

For the media artist, half the time can be spent on your own work, utilising Gallery Oldham's media facilities, and half the time engaging with the public.

For more information about the CleanRooms exhibition see:

For details of the artist-in-residence opportunities and how to apply, go

(Media Artist)
ONLINE: http://www.artscatalyst.org/htm/CRmediaartist.htm 
(Theatre/Live Art Practitioner)
ONLINE: http://www.artscatalyst.org/htm/CRliveartist.htm 
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