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Kiss-Pál Szabolcs kspal@aramszu.net
Wed, 27 Nov 2002 08:23:08 +0100 (MET DST)

from artservis:

Fellowships program in the humanities and social sciences starting October 1, 2003.
Targeted are researchers and academics (preferably young) from South-Eastern Europe (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Slovenia, Turkey, and Yugoslavia), who are in the final stage of completing a Ph.D. program or who already have the Ph.D. title. 
Duration of the Fellowship: one term or a full academic year (10 months)
a) October through February,
b) March through July, or
c) October through July.
Location: the New Europe College in Bucharest.
The Fellowship consists of: a monthly stipend (basic stipend of 460 EURO - tax free), accommodation, a one-month research trip abroad to an institution of the Fellow's choice (2,556 EURO for transportation, accommodation, and per diem), international transportation to and from the home country of the Fellows at the beginning and the end of the Fellowship, as well as for season holidays.
The Fellows are expected to work on a project to be published by the New Europe College after the end of the Fellowship (in English, French, or German), and to take part in the scientific events organized by the New Europe College (seminars, workshops, conferences, lectures held by foreign scholars, symposia, etc.).
Working languages: English, French, and German. A good command of English is desirable. 
The deadline for sending the completed application is January 22, 2003. The application form and additional information on the Program and the New Europe College can be downloaded from the web site.
Rok prijave: 22/01/03
Irina Vainovski-Mihai, Program Coordinator
str. Plantelor 21
70309 Bucharest
tel: +40-21-307 9910
fax: +40-21-327 0774

Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Stichting Zig/Zag
Tropisms Videoblog: Call for Submissions
In the coming year, a group of young filmmakers will take part in the project, to practically study the idea of laptop cinema. If you run a festival or gallery you can send a submission letter to motivate why you want to program us...
www.tropisms.org is a videoblog that consists of "crudities": pieces of raw experience, regularly uploaded while traveling.
In the coming year, a group of young filmmakers will take part in the project, to practically study the idea of laptop cinema. Existing structures such as art- and film festivals will be used to make possible new journeys.
If you run a festival or gallery you can send a submission letter to info@tropisms.org or to the address below - motivate why you want to program us, what's special about your gallery / festival / city / location.
Include $30.
Stichting Zig/Zag
Admiraal de Ruyterweg 102
1056 GP Amsterdam
The Netherlands
tel: 00 31 (0)20 6839591/ 06 10737560

Tampere, Finland
Datum dogodka: March 5-9, 2003
Tampere Film Festival
XXXIII Tampere International Short Film Festival
Tampere Film Festival is an independent short film festival with an international and national competition. The competitions are open and free for all who want to submit a film for the preview.
Admitted are all films and videos of all genres not exceeding a length of 30 minutes. Films must have been completed on January 1st, 2001 or after. The selection will be made on completed productions. In exceptional cases the Festival reserves the right to accept films of longer duration. Separate sound tracks (SEPMAG) will not be accepted. Films which have been shown or awarded at other international film festivals are allowed to compete. Educational, industrial, advertising and tourist films will not be accepted.
The submission deadline is December 5, 2002
The following material has to be sent together with each submitted film:
1) a VHS copy or a DVD of the film (max 3 films per tape)
2) a FULLY filled entry form
3) a complete list of dialogue, commentary and/or text inserts in original language AND in one internationally used language
4) at least 1 photo
For preview screenings only VHS tapes and DVD discs will be accepted. Tapes or DVDs must be sent by mail or courier service and carry the declaration: "FOR TEMPORARY, CULTURAL PURPOSE ONLY. NO COMMERCIAL VALUE." 
Selection Committee of the International Competition will make a decision on the selection based on all entered contributions during December 2002 and January 2003. The Festival organizers may also authorize other persons to preselect films for the Selection Committee. Any filmmaker, producer, organisation or other party can submit films directly to the festival office. Entrants will be notified of the selection results by mid-February 2003. 
For more go to the festival's web site!
Rok prijave: 05/12/02
Tampere Film Festival
BOX 305
FIN-33101 Tampere

London, United Kingdom
Not TV
Being there: an open submission on-line project
Not TV is looking to host art works, which are concerned with the transcendence of space and the use of new media.
Being There is under the umbrella of Not TV.
It is a project to explore the overlap of physical and on-line virtual space, by facilitating the creation of artworks that are made specifically in part or in whole for the space that will be available online.
Not TV is looking to host art works, which are concerned with the transcendence of space and the use of new media. We are also asking for submissions of papers written around the topics raised, to add to critical discourse around the topic of the Internet. All works will be created in whole or in part using a medium that is compatible with the web site Not TV, this can include any form of html, or streaming media, with emphasis on streaming media. 
Not-TV, the Slade Schools ongoing online performance/video/bookable/webcast space was launched in December 2000, and has since both hosted and supported a range of webcast projects.
Rok prijave: 13/12/02


Kaliningrad, Russia
National Centre for Contemporary Arts (Kaliningrad Branch)
pH - an international illustrated edition on Contemporary Art
pH specializes in research in recent artistic and curatorial practices and their function within today's social and cultural situation. Issue 2 will focus on the theme YOUNG ART?. pH welcomes (and fees) contributions.
pH researches current artistic and curatorial practice and the way they interact with today's social and cultural situation. Each issue of pH is dedicated to a special topic, articulating and discussing one of the breakpoints of today's international cultural process. pH publishes texts on theory and practice of contemporary culture and art, articles focusing on the brightest and most controversial phenomena and events in current art process. Besides, pH follows the chronicle of art events, exhibitions, festivals, publications on contemporary culture criticism. 
pH is published in two languages (English and Russian), circulation 1 000 copies, distributed in East and West Europe, Russia and the NIS. pH is a full-color illustrated edition on 80 pages, issued twice a year. 
pH Issue 2 will focus on the theme "YOUNG ART?" We invite you to discuss the following issues:
- Myth of "young art" on which rely strategies of cultural politics (special "young art" events, e.g. Artgenda and Manifesta; age requirements of exhibitions and grant programs): Who forms and articulates it?
- Sources, functioning and commercial strategies of the myth of "young art" as a segment of art community.
- "The young" as a conventionality: to what extent does the myth of "the young", maintained by these strategies, represent the facts? How successful are "youth" events? To what extent are "the young" innovative? 
Size of the article - no more 5 pages (1800 signs page), one page - 15 $. Deadline - 15 January 2003. 
You can send also the visual materials by e-mail (300 dpi, jpg, no more 1 Mb).
We would be glad to send you any additional information about Issue.
pH is being published thanks to financial support from Ford Foundation (Moscow office).
Rok prijave: 15/01/03
National Centre for Contemporary Arts Kaliningrad Branch
P.O.Box 1582
236000 Kaliningrad
tel: (+7-0112) 27 88 57
fax: (++7-0112) 35 24 78

Mooste Guest Studio (MOGS)
Artist-in-Residence program in Estonia
We offer the possibility of studio use for 1-3 months, free of charge. The studio scholarship can be applied for by persons representing all free forms of art, e.g. the visual arts, poetry, music, criticism, art research...
Mooste Guest Studio (MOGS) is a non-profit organisation founded in January 2001. MOGS is situated in the village of Mooste in rural south-east Estonia.
The studio premises are in the former Administrator's House of the Mooste manor estate. Within the Administrator s House there is a gallery and library of books on art. It is also the location for various events around the year: exhibitions, lectures, seminars, study days, film evenings...
The studio is furnished. There is a kitchen, bedroom (17m2, with bedlinen), studio space (41m2), toilet, shower. In the village (of approx 900 people) there is a chemist's, other shops, and a clinic. It is possible to use the village sauna and library. There is bus connection to Tartu (40 km to the north, the second bigest town in Estonia) where all the facilities of a modern city can be found.
We offer the possibility of studio use for 1-6 months, free of charge. The studio scholarship can be applied for by persons representing all free forms of art, e.g. the visual arts, poetry, music, criticism, art research and so on, to people from all lands. Interested persons should send the following material:
- some visual documentation of recent work
- a C.V.
- a letter explaining your motivation in making an application, and your preferred dates.
- a Reference from an authoritative figure in your field of activity.
We expect artist to present a lecture or workshop, or to donate his/her artwork to the MOGS art collection.
The artist has to find him/herself means for travel and per diem.
MOGS can help with some materials and special tools on previous mutual agreement. We help artist to make contacts with estonian galleries, curators and art schools.
There is no deadline for applications.
Selections will be made all the year round.
Rok prijave: There is no deadline for applications. Selections will be made all the year round.
tel: GSM +372 51 38 599
fax: +372 79 21 529

Artists and Scholars - computer-based technologies
V International Digital Art Exhibit and Colloquium
(Havana Cuba)

Centro Cultural Pablo de la Torriente Brau V SALON Y COLOQUIO INTERNACIONAL DE ARTE DIGITAL(V International Digital Art Exhibit and Colloquium))The Centro Cultural Pablo de la Torriente Brau, with the support of the Historiador de la Ciudad de la Habana, HIVOS, Consejo Nacional de las Artes Plásticas, Centro Cultural de España and Instituto Cubano del Arte e Industria Cinematográficos, announces the V Salón y Coloquio Internacional de Arte Digital (V International Digital Art Exhibit and Colloquium) in Havana, Cuba. The purpose of the event is to encourage and support artists and scholars working with and thinking about computer-based technologies in inventive and original ways. 

The annual event, which opens on June 16, 2003, exhibits work that represents the current field of digital art in Cuba and abroad, and convenes a series of meetings and discussions to encourage exchange and reflection among designers, artists, critics and scholars whose work is related to these new forms of expression. 

The exhibition has two juried components: a competitive exhibition of the work of resident Cuban artists, and an international exhibition, where the work of non-Cuban residents will be shown. INTERNATIONAL EXHIBIT Non-resident artists are encouraged to submit work for consideration in the International Exhibit, which is held concurrently with the National Exhibit. 

The V International Digital Art Exhibit and Colloquium will bring together a diverse set of artistic visions and voices, providing a forum in which to explore the emerging languages and poetics of digital art, and will include digital prints as well as non-print computed-based work. The works chosen by the admission jury will be exhibited at the Pablo de la Torriente Brau Cultural Center, halls of the Office of the Historian of the City and in other spaces in the City of Havana. They will also be available at the Cuba / Arte Digital site http://www.artedigitalcuba.cult.cu 

Print Work - Each applicant may send up to three pieces in any PC format. Printed work submitted for inclusion in the International Exhibit must be sent by e-mail (low resolution images, less than 1 MB per message) before March 1, 2003. Applicants must send also by e-mail centropablo@cubarte.cult.cu 

the following information in a text file: Name, Profession, Mailing address, Country, Telephone number, E-mail addresss Institutional affiliation (if applicable))Brief curriculum (250 words max.))Description of submitted work::Title, Year, Printing technique, Size (cm) The admission jury will notify artists about the acceptance of their works before March 15. Accepted works will be received at the Pablo de la Torriente Brau Cultural Center until April 20. Works may have been reproduced in any kind of printer with any format. In addition to the print version, applicants must send a copy of each submission on CD or zip disk formatted for PC. Submission deadline for the V International Digital Art Exhibit is March 1, 2003. 

Time-based work - The category of time-based work includes computer-based video, interactive work, net art, digital animation and physical computing. Each applicant may send up to three works on CD or zip disk formatted for PC; VHS (NTSC or PAL) or miniDV (NTSC). The works must be received at Centro Pablo before March 1, 2003. Please send the following information with submission :Name Profession Mailing address Country Telephone number E-mail address Institutional affiliation (if applicable) Brief curriculum (250 words max.)Description of submitted work:Title Year Length The admission jury will notify artists about the acceptance of their works before March 15..Submission deadline for the V International Digital Art Exhibit is March 1, 2003..The Centro Pablo can not return material submitted for consideration in the exhibition and asks that work be donated to be exhibited non-commercially, for example, to promote future festivals..Travel Arrangements The Centro Pablo centrop
 ablo@cubarte.cult.cu unfortunately can not provide financial support to participants. Residents of foreign countries attending the V International Digital Art Exhibit and Colloquium can make their travel arrangements through::Havanatur Travel Agency Edificio Sierra Maestra. Calle Primera entre 0 y 2, Miramar. Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba. Tel.:(537)203-9782 y 203-9783 Fax: (537)204-1760 e-mail: roman@cimex.com.cu 

For additional information about Centro Cultural Pablo de la Torriente Brau and past International Digital Art Exhibits and Colloquia, please visit the following websites: www.artedigitalcuba.orggwww.centropablo.cult.cu 


All works and correspondence must be sent to the following postal or e-mail address::Centro Cultural Pablo de la Torriente BrauuCalle de la Muralla No. 63 entre Oficios e Inquisidor, La Habana, Cuba Telefax: 666585 

Application Date: 3/1/2003

Filmmakers - Call for Shorts
Images Cinema
(Williamstown MA)

Our indie cinema is seeking to expand its programming to include shorts before each feature, but we need your contributions. If you have a short of 10 minutes or less on VHS or DVD, send it in for consideration! Also the possibility of speaking engagements for filmmakers. A great opportunity for free exposure in the Berkshires. There will be no compensation for this exhibition. 

Application Date: 7/7/2005

Images Cinema
PO Box 283
WIlliamstown, MA 01267

Ladyfest Philly Visual Arts Show
Ladyfest Philly
(Philadelphia PA)

Call for Entries: 
Ladies, submit your visual art now for a large group show during Ladyfest! Ladyfest Philly is a four-day not-for-profit festival occurring in Philadelphia March 20-23, 2003. The event will showcase women's activism through visual arts as well as music, performance, and other media. Ladyfest Philly aims to cultivate a space free of the inhibitions imposed on creativity. Please visit our website, http://www.ladyfestphilly.org for more information. 

Application Date: 12/31/2002

Use our online submission form or send to:
Ladyfest Philly
c/o Visual Arts
PO Box 42536
Philadelphia, PA 19101

Public Art Projects
Cambridge Arts Council
(Cambridge MA)

The Cambridge Arts Council announces several new public art projects connected to the expansion of the Main Library, renovations of the Taylor Square Fire Station, the design of urban plazas in Harvard Square and Porter Square, and streetscape improvements for Cambridge Street. Artists will be selected by independent peer review juries based on previous work. All media will be considered 

For more information on these exciting projects visit our website: www.cambridgeartscouncil.org or call 617-349-4389

Application Date: 1/6/2003

Please send 16-20 slides and a resume as soon as possible to: Public Art Slide Registry, Cambridge Arts Council, 51 Inman Street, Cambridge, MA 02139. Deadline: January 6, 2003. 

Sound Work Residencies
Create @ iEAR Studios, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 
(Troy NY)

Create @ iEAR Studios
Seeking Proposals from Artists to Develop Innovative New Sound Work at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

Troy, NY: New York State composers, musicians, sound and multimedia artists are invited to submit project proposals to produce innovative new sound work at iEAR Studios located at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. Resident artists receive up to 80 hours of iEAR Studio time, a technical assistant, a public presentation of the work (as part of the iEAR presents! 2003-2004 public performance series), and a stipend. Applications and guidelines can be found online at 


or by calling (518) 276-4829 or emailing murphj@rpi.edu. The deadline for submission is Monday December 16, 2002. 

The Create @ iEAR Studios residency is designed to assist individual working artists by providing access to state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. Applicants need not have experience with the technology that they will be using during the residency. Proposals will be evaluated on their imaginative and creative uses of the available technology and the potential impact on the artist's work and career. Create @ iEAR resident artists have included Leroy Jenkins and Mary Griffin, Toni Dove, Jin Hi Kim, Andrew Neumann, Nicole Peyrafitte, Barton & Priscilla McLean, Martin Janicek, Chris Mann, and Andrea Polli. 

ABOUT iEAR Studios
iEAR Studios is a state-of-the-art facility that supports the unique programs offered by the Arts Department at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. These programs include iEAR presents!, Create @ iEAR and the Institute's academic degree programs. Located in Troy, NY the facilities of the iEAR Studios support classes and creative work in the electronic arts. 

The Arts Department of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute sponsors Create @ iEAR. It is also made possible, in part, with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency. 

For more iEAR info, please visit http://www.arts.rpi.edu or call (518) 276-4829. 


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