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December 18, 2014
Affirmations and statussexy.com are pleased to announce this call for entry to artists to submit work for an exhibit honoring Black experience and promoting HIV/AIDS awareness. This exhibit will be held in the Pittmann-Puckett Gallery located inside Affirmations.
Artists are encouraged to submit entries that explore Black experiences of sexuality, pleasure, sex and sexual health as well as entries related to HIV infection, HIV stigma, living with AIDS, among other HIV/AIDS-related topics. Artists must submit at least 1 piece specific to HIV/AIDS in the Black community. Artists may submit multiple entries in any media.
December 1, 2014
GRAPHITE is seeking original artwork, essays, reviews, criticism, interviews, and essays from graduate and undergraduate students nationwide for its fifth annual issue, organized around the concept of Networks. All disciplinary fields are welcome to submit until January 9, 2015 at 5pm.
Practice can exist anywhere and take any form. It can be sustained for days or decades. It is action and abstinence. Physical and mental exercise. Social and solitary. In speaking of practice, we are reminded of words like goal, routine, method, production, repetition, soccer, performance, yoga, exercise, medicine, training, praxis. It refers to self-development and change over time, and speaks potently to our most personal desires. Practice involves an intentional selection of one path over another at any given time. However, the word itself, its meaning and its implications are ambivalent, non-linear and far-reaching.
November 24, 2014
The International Festival of Video Art of Casablanca is accepting student’s submissions for its 21st Edition. The Festival’s Steering Committee is looking for 2D and 3D animations, fiction movies, documentaries, audiovisual performances and installations for the Festival’s Univ’Art Program, designed to promote inter-cultural exchange between students exploring the field of visual arts and multi-media.
All applicants must email (pictures, summaries, video sample of their works as well as their resume/Bio) and the signed application form along with their works (DVD/ Blu Ray Format) before February 28, 2015.
November 19, 2014
The Juried Art Competition is an annual art exhibit put on by the University of Michigan’s Center for Campus Involvement in mid-January in the Michigan League Hallway. Please note that you must be a current UM student at the undergraduate or graduate level to participate and are limited to one submission per student. Winner gets a cash prize and free month-long exhibit in the Union’s Art Lounge in March!
Submissions are due January 13, 2015, via our online form here
After completing the form, please email us with pictures of your work at firstname.lastname@example.org (and email with any questions as well)!
There is limited space so please apply early! Work must be delivered to the CCI office in the Michigan Union by Friday, January 16, 2015.
November 3, 2014
Now that gay marriage has erupted into mainstream…
• Is queerness losing it’s designation as a subculture?
• What if any, are the down sides of acceptance?
• Does queer art exist inside or outside the traditional
patriarchal and kyriarchical Art World?
• Are LGBTQA artists working in opposition to these
• Is there such a thing as a queer aesthetic?
• How does the LGBTQA (re)define family values?
All self identified LGBTQA artists residing in the United States and Canada are invited to submit works for consideration. Open all traditional and nontraditional visual arts media.
No Entry Fee.
The exhibition will be on display in the Sarah Silberman Gallery at Montgomery College in Rockville, MD from March 3 - April 3, 2015.
September 15, 2014
Elephant poaching is at its highest level in decades and it continues to rise. More than 35,000 elephant were killed in 2013 for the illegal ivory trade. These animals are being slaughtered across Africa to meet an insatiable global demand for ivory. Scores of the park rangers who work to protect them have also been killed.
We’re asking for your help in turning the crushed ivory into educational tools that can be distributed around the country. Through this pro-bono design challenge, you have the opportunity to create a compelling, thought provoking, informative and impactful display to increase awareness about our fight against illegal wildlife trade.