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Kiss-Pál Szabolcs kspal@aramszu.net
Mon, 25 Mar 2002 08:58:50 +0100 (MET DST)

EVA - Berlin
06 - 08 November 2002


The key aim of the EVA series of conferences is to bring together especially scientists and interested people from museums, galleries, libraries and public administration. Users, suppliers and scientific research communities will exchange experiences, ideas and plans. Thanks to the support of the European Commission within the scope of the IST Progamme a new initiative began in January 2001: the EVAN Project (Electronic Imaging and the Visual Arts Networking). This refers to Śpeople and networking‚ between EC Projects as well as general efforts to disseminate leading-edge practice and apply new technology results in the cultural field using the EVA conferences around the world.

Call for Papers
Deadline for Papers: 10 May 2002


Peter Cramer seeks proposals for Le Petit Versailles public gardens.

Spring forward to our new season at Le Petit Versailles  247 East 2nd Street. Celebrate grants from GreenThumb and The Trust for Public Land as we embark on the building of a new stage and expanded public programs in the garden.

Saturday June 1 begins programming that includes film/music/exhibitions/yoga throughout the summer. We are currently seeking proposals for any ideas from the formentioned to others including performance,readings,workshops and childrens activities. All proposals should be sent to Le Petit Versailles c/o Allied Productions,Inc.PO Box 20260 New York NY 10009-8971 or email us at   petitversailles@earthlink.net

Your participation and interest are crucial. Hope to see you all summer long!
Peter Cramer


UNESCO/Aschberg bursary at Gertrude contemporary art spaces, Melbourne,

Applications due: 30 April 2002
Date of residency: 8 January - 31 March 2003
Eligibility: Contemporary visual artists from the Asia-Pacific region (not
open to Australian citizens). A working knowledge of English is essential.
Application guidelines: www.unesco.org/culture/ifpc

Gertrude contemporary art spaces has an ongoing commitment to support
innovative art practice and contemporary culture within Australia. We are
currently calling for applications for the 2003 UNESCO bursary, which
provides support for a contemporary visual artist from the Asia-Pacific
region to travel to Melbourne and undertake a three month residency at
Gertrude. The residency includes the opportunity to exhibit in the Front
Gallery in March 2003.

The program actively promotes the professional development of younger
artists, in the hope that cultural exchange and dialogue can be fostered
within the Asia-Pacific region. To this end, applications are invited from
artists with a vision and dedication to contemporary art, who are
interested in forging links between their own arts community and Australian

UNESCO will provide a return airfare and associated travel costs for the
succesful artist. Accomodation in Studio 18 at Gertrude and living
allowance will also be provided. The studio is in close proximity to the 16
non-residential studios also onsite, offering the artist an opportunity to
make connections and exchange ideas with local artists. Further information
on Gertrude contemporary arts spaces is available at our website

Application forms are available through the UNESCO/Aschberg Bursary book,
which can also be accessed through the UNESCO website
(www.unesco.org/culture/ifpc). Applications should be submitted directly to
Gertrude contemporary art spaces.

We would appreciate if you could pass on this information to any artists
who would benefit from this opportunity.

Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces
200 Gertrude Street
Fitzroy, Melbourne
Australia 3065
T +61 3 9419 3406  F +61 3 9419 2519
E info@200gertrudestreet.com
W www.200gertrudestreet.com

GERTRUDE contemporary art spaces
200 Gertrude Street Fitzroy VIC 3065 Australia

tel +61 3 9419 3406
fax +61 3 9419 2519

Hours: Tue-Fri 11am-5.30pm, Sat 1-5.30pm

Director: Max Delany; Program Manager: Samantha Comte;
Communications Coordinator: Jacqueline Doughty


Deadline April 1, 2002
Writers and Artists
Residency on Island in Maine- The Eastern Frontier

Residency is for artists to spend the month of july on a privately owned island in Maine. Food, lodging and studio space are provided for. The program is called Eastern Frontier.

More information can be found on the website http://easternfrontier.com

Those interested can send 10-15 slides, a resume, SASE, statement of purpose, and a $10 application fee to
Stephen Dunn, Chairman
Eastern Frontier Society
342 Pinebrook Rd
Bedford, NY 10507


Invitation to apply for:


Organised by the literaturWERKstatt Berlin in co-operation with =
interfilm berlin
Sponsored by the German Staatsminister f=FCr Kultur und Medien =

This is the first time that the ZEBRA POETRY FILM AWARD will be awarded =
as part of the renowned international literature festival, the "Berliner =
Sommerfest der Literaturen".
The first world-wide poetry film award creates a platform which is =
intended to enable comparison and exchange between productions both now =
and in the future.=20

An international jury of film producers and directors, as well as =
representatives from the fields of television, video art and poetry will =
award at least three cash prizes. An audience prize and prizes in kind =
are also planned. A viewing commission will make a preliminary selection =
for the final competition. Participants in the final competition will be =
informed by June  1, 2002 and can claim expenses for travel to the =

All films and videos in all formats with a maximum length of 10 minutes =
can be entered - so long as they concentrate on one or more poem. Since =
the first invitation for applicants will also be used to provide an =
initial overview of already completed productions, the year when such =
productions were completed is irrelevant for the competition. Thus, the =
invitation for applicants is addressed to ALL previously completed =
poetry film projects.

For this reason, all productions entered will be shown in public at the =
festival on July 2-5, 2002.

Furthermore, an international colloquium will concentrate on the =
aesthetic tension between "verbal imagery" and "the language of images".

The application deadline is April 30, 2002.

You can find the complete competition rules and an entry form for ZEBRA =


Please contact us if you have any further questions:
literaturWERKstatt berlin
Knaackstr. 97 (Kulturbrauerei)
10435 Berlin
Tel.: ++49 - (0)30 - 48 52 45 0
Fax: ++49 - (0)30 - 48 52 45 30
Email: zebra-award@literaturwerkstatt.org


Call To Artists:  

The Digital Pocket Gallery: Net Artists respond to their Hard Drives... 
April 1st to August 31st 2002

Pockets contain miniature biographies and testaments to our lives and   
forgotten stories. The crumpled train ticket speaks of journeys taken,   
the handful of confetti in your 'best' jacket of a wedding years before or   
the telephone number on the back of a matchbook given by a someone   
who's name and face is long forgotten. Files and folders are the 'digital   
pockets' of the internet artist. The hard-drive is an autobiography in   
coded form. Dreams, ideas and waste lie hidden in these cryptically   
labelled pockets that have become the maps and landscapes of our   
virtual lives.   

We invite you to empty your digital pockets for inspection (whether real
or fictitious) for an online exhibition at 

Submission Guidelines  

1. A representation of the structure of your   
computer file system must be incorporated in some way, either by   
screen shot (e.g. Windows Explorer) or artistic interpretation.   
2) work can be any digital file that can be displayed on/transmitted  
through the web (image to html to flash to java to etc)  
3) playfulness &  inventiveness of rule #1 is encouraged  
4) Work must be pocket-sized - under 50K    

Please send your submission to:  
Submission to be sent by  May 1, 2002 please.  
Artists have the option to supply one or all of the following to
accompany their submissions:  name, email, country, homepage url,
title of work, brief artist's statement which will be displayed alongside
their work.  

All works meet the guidelines will be included in the exhibition.   

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'Pocket Crew'  

Kanarinka - iKatun - U.S.A.  
Pirun - iKatun - U.S.A.   
Jeremy Turner - 536 Gallery - Canada 
Jess Loseby - Independent Artist - U.K.  

This project was inspired by the Pocket Gallery at the 536 Gallery in 
Vancouver, Canada:


Deadline: April 15, 2002
Videos that deal in some form with student experiences and campus life
Student Video Festival, Bryant College, Rhode Island 

Bryant College, Rhode Island, is holding its first Student Video Festival in October this year. We are calling for videos (NTSC, CDs, DVDs) , up to 10 minutes long, that deal in some form with student experiences and campus life.
Prizes $100, $50 and a $50 audience award.
No entry fees.
Current students, 2001 graduates and student/faculty groups are eligible for entry, all nationalities. 


Deadline: Ongoing
Video art
Spark Video International - Video Art series 


I am currently accepting videos (under 15 min.) for our next programming year (Sept. to April 2003). It's a monthly screening that takes place on the last Friday of every month. If you know anyone who's interested, they can send tapes to me at Jeremy Drummond, Video Programmer-Spark Contemporary Art Space, 535 Westcott Street, Apt. #2, Syracuse, NY 13210. We'll be accepting work from now throughout next year. 


Beauty - Thematic Residency: Call for Proposals
A Visual and Media Arts Residency - October 21 to December 6, 2002
An opportunity for 40 artists, critics and curators
Application deadline: 04/15/02
Notification date: April, May 02
For information about the residency, please contact:
Jennifer Woodbury
[e] jennifer_woodbury@banffcentre.ca
More information and application materials can be found online:


Call for exhibition projects.
Dazibao is an artist-run center dedicated to the dissemination of contemporary photography.
Your submission should include:
• a maximum of 20 slides or video tapes, well identified
• a precice description of your slides or videos
• a physical description of your project
• an artist statement
• a CV
• a SASE
Deadline for submission: 04/01/02
4001 Berri Street
Suite 202
Montréal, Québec H2L 4H2
[p] 514.845.0063
[f] 514.845.6482
[e] daziabo@cam.org
[w] http://www.daziabo-photo.org