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Jobs jobs jobs

MTV Networks has a long long list of great job opportunities -including some freelance- for its US locations.

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Good luck!

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Le Gun Magazine

It's fun to contribute. Writers and illustrators and what-not's wanted...

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Trans Artists

If you're looking to live in a foreign country, practice your art, and maybe get paid for it... then check out this website which has a HUGE listing of opportunities.

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Eyebeam in NYC call for Fellows

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Eyebeam is a non-profit arts and technology center based in New York City. Their building is situated in the art gallery district of Chelsea in Manhattan and the people there are very cool.

The fellowships they offer is sort of like a Fabrica borsisti: it is 11 months long, you are to collaborate on a creative project, and you are paid. It is unlike Fabrica in that: 1 you're in New York City (not Treviso!), 2 they do not provide transportation or accommodation, 3 you are expected to work 4 days a week, 4 you are paid $30,000 USD. And did I say New York City? All kinds of great things come with being in New York City.

From their website:


Eyebeam is currently calling for Fellowship applications in all three of our lab environments. The application deadline is Aug. 14 at 12pm EST. Please read all Fellowship opportunities thoroughly before selecting the Fellowship for which you would like to apply.

Fellowships will be offered in the R&D OpenLab, the Production Lab and for the first time, in the Education Lab.

Up to six Fellowships will be granted for 2006/07.

The focus of the Fellowships varies depending on the tools and skills available and the creative objectives and philosophy of each Lab.

For all of the Fellowships we are seeking applications from artists, hackers, designers, engineers and creative technologists to come to Eyebeam for a year to undertake new research and develop new work. The ideal Fellow has experience working with and making innovative technological art projects and/or creative technology projects and has a passion for collaborative development. Fellows will bring this experience and working approach to their own independent projects, projects initiated by other resident artists or Fellows and projects conceived collaboratively during the Fellowship period.

Read more here

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Design Competition

Electrolux design Lab is an annual design competition that is open for students from around the world to use their creativityto develop solutions that meet the needs of tomorrow's consumers. It's also an opportunity for students to exchange ideas and discover new possibilities with Electrolux designers.
Deadline is August 18th

More information

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T-shirt design competition

The Jaxter Artist Awards has launched its international t-shirt design competition for 2006. The theme is 'sound' and the winner will receive US$2,000. Entries close on 31 July 2006.

It could be a good opportunity for our Graphic Department which has been already involved in a "t-shirt project"

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QUANTOproject graphics competition

QUANTOproject is a "graphics" international competition attempting to explore the meaning of the word "prostitution" both from a moral and a sexual standpoint. Such graphics will interpret the above subject utilizing visual means, thus allowing for new starting points of reflection.

INTERNATIONAL GRAPHIC COMPETITION
DEADLINE MOVED TO 00.00 15/06/06
Digital format 50x70cm 70x50cm

http://www.quantoproject.com/eng/home.php

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Artist in Residence Program in Sapporo

The Program 2006 is consist of two parts. The first, From August to October. We invite a domestic Japanese artist and an international artist or creator. Invited artist will ask to have a small exhibition as a result of stay. This year also asked to exhibit with local designers, as a part of the Designers Week.

And second, from January to February in 2007. We invite two international artists or creators who can do something with snow.

The application form is available for the first period. We invite one internatinal artist or creator who can stay from August to October in 2006.

Applicant must be specialized in Fine Arts, performing arts, Film, Multimedia Arts, Design, Contemporary - Experimental Music or Motion Graphics. Also Cross Media specialties.

http://www.s-air.org/app/index.html

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COLORS Notebook

COLORS Notebook

A new project from COLORS magazine, COLORS Notebook is a blank copy of COLORS to be filled, illustrated, and edited by you. Get a copy of the Notebook from COLORS office, choose a topic, tell your stories, truths, fears, adventures, ideas, inventions, dreams and experiences. The COLORS Notebooks will become part of an exhibition at the Centre Pompidou in Paris at the end of October 2006. Thousands of COLORS Magazines to celebrate freedom of expression.

To request your copy send an email to colors[at]colors.it include your name and postal address by June 15, 2006. Limited in numbers, so get yours and get busy today!

http://www.colorsmagazine.com/notebook.php

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Fast-UK Call for Submissions

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Damn that sophomoric fcuk nonsense. Now everytime I see anything UK with an f hanging around it I see profanity. Whatever. This looks cool:

fast-uk and folly announce a call for submissions for the 'perimeters, boundaries and borders' f.city exhibition at CityLab, Lancaster, which will take place at the brand new CityLab in Dalton Square, Lancaster from September 29th to October 21st, 2006.

"This event focuses on the role of digital technologies in the convergence of practice between sculpture, product design and architecture. It is being presented by fast-uk in partnership with folly." Deadline for submissions is 10am May 26th, 2006. All info here.

fast-uk, f.city, in partnership with folly? What the f did they think we'd think?

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"Breaking Stereotypes" - Poster Competition

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The EU information campaign, "For Diversity. Against Discrimination." is inviting art and design students from across the EU to make a creative statement for diversity by entering its "Breaking Stereotypes" Poster Competition.

Join the European Poster Competition with prizes worth EUR 5000 up for grabs. The best entries will be featured in a travelling exhibition across Europe.

For terms and conditions see www.stop-discrimination.info

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International Art Writer's Prize

frieze magazine is launching an art writer’s prize to discover and promote new art critics.

Entrants must submit one 700 word review of a recent contemporary art exhibition. Entries must be submitted in English, but it may be a translation (this must be acknowledged). Entrants must be over 18 years old.

The entrant must not previously have had any writing published in any national or regional newspaper or magazine, with the exception of student publications.

The winning entrant will be commissioned to write a review for the October issue of frieze and be awarded £2000 at an event during Frieze Art Fair 2006.

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