Aesthetica is looking for an image for 2005.
Aesthetica has decided to run a postcard competition with a winning prize of £50. The aim of the postcard is to raise awareness of Aesthetica and will be sent out to colleges, universities, cafes, bars, libraries, shops, etc around the UK. If you are a designer, an artist, or even somebody who likes drawing in your spare time, and if you have an idea then start scribbling!
Women’s Information Technology Transfer (WITT) launched on
March 8 2005. a portal site to link women’s organizations and feminist advocates for the internet in Eastern and Central Europe.
In 2001, the Greek Graphic Designers’ Association launched a poster competition in the Greek island of Ithaca. Four years later, their initiative has become an institution…
The Salina Art Center is seeking artistic proposals investigating, revealing, questioning and exploring the subject of Eating. The Eating project will be anchored by an exhibition of contemporary art at the Salina Art Center.
Call for theatre, visual arts, dance, live art, mixed media and music.
Polona Tratnik, art director of the festival Break 2.3 announced a call for entries for the eigth international festival Break 2.3, organized by Zavod K6/4. With this year’s theme New Species Break wishes to stimulate the creation of those original poetics, which…
In preparation for the upcoming 2006 ISEA International Symposium of Electronic Arts, SWITCH will be exploring the themes of the upcoming symposium, the first of which being transvergence. Transvergence as the creation of new disciplines from a multidisciplinary model that becomes a hybrid, or departure from its place of origin.
Forget it! don’t trust your archives
Data, images, sounds, terms, definitions, signs, contacts, biometrical information, stamps… Our culture is determined by the urge to collect and to archive, to save and to index, to systemise and to codify. Thanks to digitisation we are relieved of the tedious obligation to decide what is worth preserving – we therefore save everything and decide later what we need.
BIRD 2005 International Art Award is open to all professional and amateur artists all around the world. They only accept flat art works of any medium or style, no larger than 1600×1600mm. There is no entry fee. Each artist may submit up to 5 entries.
With access to affordable production techniques for the
creative it can be hard to tell the difference between home-made video and high-end film productions. The medium video though shall not be understood only as an alternative to the long tradition of celluoid, but also in it’s unique aesthetics.