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Table of Contents:

   Urgent Appeal from amnesty: Amina Lawal (and to follow, please)                 
     Louise Desrenards <louise.desrenards {AT} free.fr>                                   

   Jobs: SL/Aspro Media-Communications, Melbourne University                       
     Ned Rossiter <Ned.Rossiter {AT} arts.monash.edu.au>                                  

   Call for Work                                                                   
     Andrew Bucksbarg <andrew {AT} adhocarts.org>                                         

   UNESCO Digital Arts Award 2003 at IAMAS                                         
     "Fatima Lasay" <digiteer {AT} ispbonanza.com.ph>                                     

   Sex Machine: Call for Entrants (fwd)                                            
     Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>                                              



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Date: Thu, 05 Jun 2003 22:36:14 +0200
From: Louise Desrenards <louise.desrenards {AT} free.fr>
Subject: Urgent Appeal from amnesty: Amina Lawal (and to follow, please)

Sharia kills women in Nigeria!

        Urgent attention on

        AMINA LAWAL
     

        Please take action!
        go to amnesty international actual pges
        ta send a mail to

His Excellency Olusegun Obasanjo,
President of the Republic
and the Minister of Justice

        from:
http://web.amnesty.org/pages/nga-010902-action-eng

To follow

Louise

quote
Nigeria: How Much More Suffering under Sharia Penal Legislation?
Amina Lawal and one of her lawyers at the Sharia Court of Appeal of Katsina
State (March 2003)


Updated 01 May 2003

Several Northern States in Nigeria have introduced new Sharia Penal
Legislation. Thus, they opened the door for the application of death
sentences, torture and other cruel, inhuman and degrading punishments. This
despite the fact that Nigeria recognises human rights standards and has
signed and ratified many international human rights legal instruments. Join
the campaign to spare dozens of people in Nigeria from being victims of
human rights violations under the new legislation:

IBRAHIMA BARIYA MAGAZU, AMINA LAWAL, YUNUSA RAFIN CHIYAWA, SAFIYA HUSSAINI,
AHMADU IBRAHIM, FATIMA USMAN, SARIMU MOHAMMED and many more who have been
condemned under the new Shari'ah based penal codes are being discriminated
against on grounds of their religion: these new codes only apply to Muslims
in a multi-religious country like Nigeria. They are also being discriminated
against on grounds of their social status, as they all come from deprived
backgrounds. Ibrahima, Amina and Safiya have also been discriminated against
just for being women since the men involved in each one of these cases have
walked free from the courts...

Background & Updates of individual cases





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Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2003 15:19:44 +1000
From: Ned Rossiter <Ned.Rossiter {AT} arts.monash.edu.au>
Subject: Jobs: SL/Aspro Media-Communications, Melbourne University


Position Description

Media and Communications Program, Department of English, Faculty of Arts,
The University of Melbourne

SENIOR LECTURER
Position No:

Organisation Unit:
Media and Communications Program, Department of English
Budget Division:
Faculty of Arts
Classification:
Senior Lecturer (Level C)
Salary:
$69,337 - $79,951 p.a. (Senior Lecturer Level C)
Superannuation:
Employer superannuation contributions of 17 percent
Employment Type:
This is a full-time continuing position
Other Benefits:
Salary packaging and staff development and training opportunities available
Current Occupant:
Vacant
Contact:
Professor Simon Cottle, tel. +61 3 8344 3667, email s.cottle {AT} unimelb.edu.au
Closing Date:
25 July 2003
Advice to applicants:
Vice-Principal, Human Resources, The University of Melbourne, 
Victoria, 3010; fax +61 3 8344 6080 or email
hr-applications {AT} unimelb.edu.au by the closing date. Applicants must 
address the selection criteria and provide a detailed curriculum 
vitae by the closing date. Please quote the position number and 
include the names, phone, facsimile numbers and email addresses of 
three referees in your application.

1
Position Summary
This newly created Senior Lectureship will help delivery our 
undergraduate program as required and play an important role in the 
successful expansion of postgraduate courses in the Media and 
Communications Program at the University of Melbourne. The successful 
applicant will contribute to the provision and development of 
exciting new MA courses, particularly the MA Global Media 
Communication and MA Global Journalism beginning in 2004, and offered 
alongside existing MAs by Advanced Seminar and Research, and PhD 
Media Communication.  The successful applicant will be an experienced 
teacher and researcher and will have research expertise and 
publications of relevance to these new postgraduate courses. Regional 
expertise and an ability to teach in one or more of the following 
would therefore be particularly welcome: Global Media, Theory and 
Research, Global Crisis Reporting and Development Communication. The 
successful applicant will be expected to share the Program's 
commitment to high-quality teaching and methodologically informed 
research; to be experienced in teaching and supervising students; 
have engaged in curriculum design and have a track record of relevant 
international research. S/he will need to have a demonstrated ability 
to work as part of a team and will be expected to help establish 
productive links with national and international media organizations 
and related bodies.

2 Selection Criteria
Senior Lecturer Level C
A Level C academic is expected to make significant contributions to 
the teaching effort of a department, school, faculty, or other 
organisational unit or an interdisciplinary area. An academic at this 
level is also expected to play a major role in scholarship, research, 
and/or professional activities.

2.1 Essential
_ A PhD in Media and Communications or a closely allied discipline;
_ Significant research and publication in the field of media and 
communications including leading refereed journals;
_ Capacity to secure research funding and grants;
_ Capacity to engage in curriculum design and development;
_ Demonstrable excellence in teaching and research supervision;
_ Demonstrable capacity for course coordination.
2.2 Desirable
_ Experience of curriculum design in global media and communications 
and/or global journalism;
_ Publication in global media and communications and/or global journalism.
_ Regional expertise;
_ Ability to teach two or more of the following: Global Media: Theory 
and Research; Global Crisis Reporting; Development Communication;
_ Experience of establishing productive links with national and 
international media and related bodies.




3.	Key Responsibilities

Key Responsibilities

_	The conduct of tutorials

_	Initiation and development of subject material

_	Subject Coordination

_	The preparation and delivery of lectures and seminars

_	Supervision of Honours and postgraduate students

_	The conduct and publication of research

_	Marking and assessment

_ Consultation with, and pastoral attention to, students

_ Subject administration

_ Participation in a range of administrative functions primarily 
connected with media and communications subjects

_ Participation in department and/or faculty meetings and/or 
participation as a member of a number of committees

Environment Health and Safety
_ All Staff are responsible for the following safe work procedures 
and instructions:
_ all employees are to comply with the EHS manual
_ adopt work practices that support EHS programs
_ take reasonable care for the safety of his/her own health and 
safety and that of other people who may be affected by their conduct 
in the workplace
_ seek guidance for all new or modified work procedures to ensure 
that any hazardous conditions, near misses and injuries are reported 
immediately to supervisor
_ must not wilfully place at risk the health or safety of any person 
in the workplace
_ participate in meetings, training and other environment, health and 
safety activities
_ must not wilfully or recklessly interfere with or misuse anything 
provided in the interest of environment health and safety or welfare
_ wear personal protective equipment as provided
_ use equipment in compliance with relevant guidelines, without 
wilful interference or misuse
_ must cooperate with the University in relation to actions taken by 
the University to comply with Occupational Health and Safety and 
Environmental legislation.

  Supervisors are responsible for:
_ developing new work procedures, as required, in conjunction with 
relevant persons
_ providing all staff with relevant EHS information in an appropriate manner
_ providing personal protective equipment and clothing if hazards 
cannot fully eliminated
_ providing adequate supervision through technical guidance and support
_ identifying and controlling hazardous conditions
_ providing appropriate facilities for safe storage, handling and 
transport of hazardous substances
_ ensuring that all accidents and injuries are reported.

In addition, ACADEMIC STAFF are responsible for ensuring that an 
equivalent standard of environment, health and safety is afforded to 
their students as is afforded to University staff generally. 
Academic staff are deemed to have principal supervisory duty for 
undergraduate and postgraduate student activities.


- ----------


Position Description

Media and Communications Program, Department of English, Faculty of Arts
The University of Melbourne

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Position No:

Organisation Unit:
Media and Communications Program
Budget Division:
Faculty of Arts
Classification:
Associate Professor (Level D)
Salary:
$83,488 - $91,979 p.a. (Associate Professor Level D)
Superannuation:
Employer contributions of 17 percent
Employment Type:
This is a full-time continuing position
Other Benefits:
Salary packaging and staff development and training opportunities available
Current Occupant:
Vacant
Contact:
Professor Simon Cottle, tel. +61 3 8344 3667, email s.cottle {AT} unimelb.edu.au
Closing Date:
4 July 2003
Advice to applicants:
Vice-Principal, Human Resources, The University of Melbourne, 
Victoria, 3010; fax +61 3 8344 6080 or email
hr-applications {AT} unimelb.edu.au by the closing date. Applicants must 
address the selection criteria and provide a detailed curriculum 
vitae by the closing date. Please quote the position number and 
include the names, phone, facsimile numbers and email addresses of 
three referees in your application.

1
Position Summary
This newly created and challenging post will be the second most 
senior position in the Program and the incumbent will be expected to 
work alongside the Director in the successful expansion of 
postgraduate provision and the development of a Program research 
profile of international standing. New postgraduate courses beginning 
in 2004 include the MA Global Media Communication and MA Global 
Journalism that will be offered alongside existing MAs by Advanced 
Seminar and Research and PhD Media Communication.  The incumbent will 
be expected to teach as required in the undergraduate program and 
play a full role in the development and delivery of exciting new MA 
courses. S/he will therefore have established research interests in 
international communications and the theorization of media and 
globalization. Regional expertise and an ability to teach in one or 
more of the following would be particularly welcome: Global Media: 
Theory and Research; Global Crisis Reporting; Media Convergence and 
Digital Culture; Development Communication. The incumbent will be 
expected to share the Program's commitment to high-quality teaching 
and methodologically informed research; will be experienced in 
teaching and supervising both undergraduate and postgraduate 
students; have engaged in curriculum design and development; and will 
have a significant track record of relevant international research. 
The incumbent will need to work effectively as part of a team and 
help establish productive links with national and international media 
organizations and related bodies.

2 Selection Criteria
Associate Professor Level D
An Associate Professor is expected to possess distinction in 
research, scholarship or teaching and leadership in their 
disciplinary area. Outstanding performance in a range of activities 
is expected. They must also provide leadership in research and 
scholarship within the University.

2.1 Essential

_ A PhD in Media and Communications or a closely allied discipline;
_ International recognition in your field of research including 
significant publication in media and communications and its leading 
refereed journals;
_ Demonstrable capacity to secure research funding and grants;
_ Demonstrable contribution to media and communications pedagogy and 
curriculum design and development;
_ Demonstrable excellence in teaching at all levels and postgraduate 
research supervision;
_ Demonstrable capacity for high level administrative functions.
2.2 Desirable

_ Experience of subject development in global media communication 
and/or global journalism;
_ Publications in global media communication and/or global journalism;
_ Ability to teach two or more of the following: Global Media: Theory 
and Research; Media Convergence and Digital Culture; Global Crisis 
Reporting; Development Communication;
_ Regional expertise;
_ Experience of leading collaborative international research;
_ Experience of establishing productive links with national and 
international media and related bodies.

3.	Key Responsibilities

Key Responsibilities

_ The conduct of tutorials, practical classes and workshops

_ Initiation and development of course material

_ Course coordination

_ The preparation and delivery of lectures and seminars

_ Supervision of major honours or postgraduate research projects

_ Supervision of the program of study of honours students and of 
postgraduate students engaged in coursework

_ The conduct of research or contribution to knowledge through 
scholarship, publications and presentation

_ Significant role in research projects including, where appropriate, 
leadership of a research team

_ Significant contribution to the profession and/or discipline

_ Involvement in professional activity

_ Consultation with students

_ Broad administrative functions

_ Marking and assessment

_ Attendance at departmental and/or faculty meetings and a major role 
in planning or committee work

Environment Health and Safety
All Staff are responsible for the following safe work procedures and 
instructions:
_ all employees are to comply with the EHS manual
_ adopt work practices that support EHS programs
_ take reasonable care for the safety of his/her own health and 
safety and that of other people who may be affected by their conduct 
in the workplace
_ seek guidance for all new or modified work procedures to ensure 
that any hazardous conditions, near misses and injuries are reported 
immediately to supervisor
_ must not wilfully place at risk the health or safety of any person 
in the workplace
_ participate in meetings, training and other environment, health and 
safety activities
_ must not wilfully or recklessly interfere with or misuse anything 
provided in the interest of environment health and safety or welfare
_ wear personal protective equipment as provided
_ use equipment in compliance with relevant guidelines, without 
wilful interference or misuse
_ must cooperate with the University in relation to actions taken by 
the University to comply with Occupational Health and Safety and 
Environmental legislation.

  Supervisors are responsible for:
_ developing new work procedures, as required, in conjunction with 
relevant persons
_ providing all staff with relevant EHS information in an appropriate manner
_ providing personal protective equipment and clothing if hazards 
cannot fully eliminated
_ providing adequate supervision through technical guidance and support
_ identifying and controlling hazardous conditions
_ providing appropriate facilities for safe storage, handling and 
transport of hazardous substances
_ ensuring that all accidents and injuries are reported.

In addition, Academic staff are responsible for ensuring that an 
equivalent standard of environment, health and safety is afforded to 
their students as is afforded to University staff generally. 
Academic staff are deemed to have principal supervisory duty for 
undergraduate and postgraduate student activities.

4	Other Information

4.1 Organisation Unit
The Department of English
The Department of English houses about 20 full-time staff, including 
two professors, who teach approximately 350 undergraduate EFTSUs, and 
approximately 70 HD EFTSUs.  The Department offers majors in literary 
studies, cultural studies and creative writing.  It has long had a 
strong commitment to cutting-edge research and criticism and is 
widely regarded as one of the most intellectually exciting and 
innovative English departments in Australia.  The current Head of 
English is Associate Professor Peter Otto.

The Media and Communications Program
The Media and Communications Program is a relatively new and dynamic 
Program currently housed within the English Department. Since its 
inception in 1999 its undergraduate course provision has grown year 
on year and annually recruits growing numbers of students, many of 
them from overseas. Under the new Directorship of Professor Simon 
Cottle, The Media and Communications Program at Melbourne University 
is now expanding its postgraduate courses and awards. These include 
the MA Global Media Communication and MA Global Journalism, and MA's 
by Advanced Seminar and Research, and PhD Media Communication. The 
Program aims to provide its students with first class teaching 
delivered by research-active staff and industry-based professionals. 
The Program is currently embarked on creating a research environment 
supportive of cutting-edge research of international relevance.


The Faculty of Arts

Arts is the University's oldest and one of the University's largest 
faculties, with more than 6000 undergraduate and postgraduate 
students. The first degree awarded by the University was the Bachelor 
of Arts (BA) in 1858, and the first degree awarded to a female 
student was again the BA in 1883. The Faculty is distinguished 
internationally for the quality of its research and graduate study 
and has considerable success in attracting funding for its research 
programs.

The Faculty has nine departments (Criminology, English, French and 
Italian Studies, Germanic Studies and Swedish, History, History and 
Philosophy of Science, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, 
Philosophy, Political Science), an Institute of Asian Languages and 
Societies, a School of Fine Arts, Classical Studies and Archaeology, 
School of Anthropology, Geography and Environmental Studies, School 
of Social Work and seven centres (The Australian Centre, the Horwood 
Language Centre, the Language Testing Research Centre, the Centre for 
Philosophy and Public Ethics, the Centre for Public Policy, the 
Contemporary Europe Research Centre and the Centre for Classics and 
Archaeology). A variety of areas of study are offered in the 
languages, literature and culture of other peoples, the humanities, 
and the social sciences, including many interdepartmental programs.

The Arts Faculty includes amongst its objectives to advance, preserve 
and refine knowledge through critique and research, to provide 
professional and general education in its specific disciplines, and 
to contribute to the intellectual and cultural life of the community 
though its public programs.

The Faculty offers four Bachelor's programs (the Bachelor of Arts, 
the Bachelor of Letters, the Bachelor of Social Work, and the 
Bachelor of Public Policy and Management) a range of Graduate 
Certificates, Graduate and Postgraduate Diplomas, and Masters 
programs by both research and coursework.

4.3 About the University
The University of Melbourne is an international research and teaching 
university.  We employ people of outstanding calibre and offer a 
unique environment where staff are valued and rewarded.
Founded in 1853, the University commenced teaching its first students 
in 1855. Now, the University has over 30,000 students in a broad 
range of professional disciplines.  Over 6000 students are higher 
degree students.  The University has over 5000 staff members.  The 
University is Australia's leading research based university, with an 
international profile through its reputation for scholarship and 
teaching. It is a founding member of Universitas 21, an international 
federation of universities.
The University is committed to equal opportunity in education, 
employment and welfare for staff and students.  Staff and students 
are selected and promoted on merit.
The Vice Chancellor is the Chief Executive Officer of the University 
and responsible academic matters. Reporting to the Vice-Chancellor 
are the Deans of each Faculty, three Deputy Vice-Chancellors, the 
Vice-Principals Administration, Corporate Services, Information, 
University Development and the Vice-Principal and Academic Registrar.

This position description is approved by:
Occupant:	Date:
Supervisor:	Date:
Head of Organisation Unit:	Date:
Head of Budget Division:	Date:

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Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2003 22:02:39 -0700
From: Andrew Bucksbarg <andrew {AT} adhocarts.org>
Subject: Call for Work

For Immediate Release
LINKING PROJECT 2003
Adhocarts.org

Call for work:
The current state of geo-politics and globalization highlights once 
again how the connections of our actions resonate and impact other 
peoples, beings and environments around the world.  The Linking project 
looks to individuals, with an open call, to trace, through the use of 
links, relationships that impact bodies of knowledge and how this 
information filters down to influence global outcomes.   Use your links 
to trace information, construct information, or to exemplify.  Use your 
links to challenge, criticize or celebrate.

Please submit:

Up to ten or so links in the form of an HTML page.

Include a short description of the linking process or what your links 
accomplish.

Include a brief bio.

And optional email contact and any relevant text, color or images (for 
the HTML page.)

All linking projects will be accepted.

Deadline:
September 1st, 2003

Presented by adhocarts.org
For more information, visit  or email info {AT} adhocarts.org
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LINKING PROJECT 2003

Adhocarts.org


Call for work:

The current state of geo-politics and globalization highlights once
again how the connections of our actions resonate and impact other
peoples, beings and environments around the world.  The Linking
project looks to individuals, with an open call, to trace, through the
use of links, relationships that impact bodies of knowledge and how
this information filters down to influence global outcomes.   Use your
links to trace information, construct information, or to exemplify. 
Use your links to challenge, criticize or celebrate.


Please submit:


Up to ten or so links in the form of an HTML page.


Include a short description of the linking process or what your links
accomplish.


Include a brief bio.


And optional email contact and any relevant text, color or images (for
the HTML page.)


All linking projects will be accepted.


Deadline:

September 1st, 2003


Presented by adhocarts.org

For more information, visit  or email info {AT} adhocarts.org</fontfamily>


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Date: Fri, 6 Jun 2003 02:05:43 +0800
From: "Fatima Lasay" <digiteer {AT} ispbonanza.com.ph>
Subject: UNESCO Digital Arts Award 2003 at IAMAS

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am pleased to bring to your attention the call-for-work of the UNESCO
Digital Arts Award 2003 at IAMAS, which is co-organized by the UNESCO
Digi-Arts portal team (UNESCO Portal on media-art,
http://portal.unesco.org/digiarts) and IAMAS (Institute of Advances Media
Arts and Sciences, Japan, http://www.iamas.ac.jp).

The event is addressed to young talents in the field of digital arts
(including web art, interactive art, media installation, digital music,
performance or any other art forms) from all over the world, who are
encouraged to submit their project proposals on the theme of digital
pluralism. The award winner will be granted a sum of money and a
6-months-in-residence period at IAMAS, Japan, in which to carry out his/her
project proposal.

I hope that this information could be of some use and would like to kindly
ask you to forward this information to all the interested parties from your
institution. Please refer to the website http://www.iamas.ac.jp/unesco_award
for further information and the detailed submission guidelines. Proposals
should reach IAMAS prior to 12 July 2003.

Sincerely yours,


Patricia Alberth
Coordinator

Asian Academy for Heritage Management
c/o Office of the UNESCO Regional Advisor for Culture in Asia and the
Pacific
P.O. Box 967, Prakhanong Post Office
Bangkok 10110, THAILAND



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Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2003 20:46:16 -0400 (EDT)
From: Alan Sondheim <sondheim {AT} panix.com>
Subject: Sex Machine: Call for Entrants (fwd)




(from Robert Cheatham)


CALL FOR ENTRANTS

SEX MACHINE
EYEDRUM ART & MUSIC GALLERY
MARCH 20 - APRIL 17 2004

Proposals must be postmarked by November 15, 2003
SEX MACHINE
In March 2004 Eyedrum Art and Music gallery will host SEX MACHINE, an
international show on the most intimate of human extensions.
In previous times (that is, before the modern era, say, about 300 years
ago) the only accoutrements to the sex act may well have been the
fetishistic materials of bondage, and those tools which accompanied the
act of seduction: musical instruments, wine or other chemical enhancers, a
book of poetry perhaps.  No doubt the prolonged application of technique
to sexuality was the prerogative of the nobility and the leisured class. 
For most people then the accentuation and prolongation of the sex act
would have been most often considered perverse in and of itself, disabling
it from the world of procreation and subsequent nurturing of the family.  
But now we seem to be entering the epoch of 'bare life' as philosopher
Giorgio Agamben has termed it.  The 'naked life' of the population comes
under increasing scrutiny and control of the sovereign forces of the state
(in the mediated form of the corporate trans-nationals); in fact, CREATING
many aspects of this bare life, at the root of which is the sex act itself
and it's increasing severance from human reproduction in an age of cloning
and recombinant DNA research. 
The sex act itself, in its non-metaphorized state, is indeed a simple
mechanical machine, rhythmic and lulling, while strangely excitory, in its
repetitive nature, a repetition which music generally and rock music
particularly have used to its own detourned advantage.  (Perhaps why the
'bare life' of the sex act itself has not been much valued by artists, the
metaphorical and phenomenological 'clothing' of the act seeming to be more
productive of various forms of representation, not to mention seductive
for the artist's own purposes.) 
The act itself is now completely permeated with mechanisms of various
kinds: contraceptive 'machines' of various materials (we must include
condoms of various sorts, male and female, as well as contraceptive and
Viagra-type pharmacologies as machinic), the whole apparatus of the
PRODUCTION of sexual desire such as the videos, movies, and games of the
porno industry (probably the only industry which makes money from the net)
and in fact the vaporous intrusions of the net itself into our psyche.
(There are even people doing work in haptic research called Teledildonics
which hopes to sell a part of the population on the dream of virtually
'reaching out and touching someone' in order to stimulate and bring to
fruition the sex act.)  Not to even mention the whole industry of sex
aides such as vibrators, dildos, and so on.

Eyedrum is doing an 'all stripped down' show of sex machines. Lovingly
crafted devices for the practice of, well, if not love, then one of love's
major components.   Unlike Terry  Eagleton's quote that "An instrumental
rationality, one attentive to the use of object, is at least an
alternative to the fetishism of them," we would like to have our cake and
eat it too -- a fetishized rationality of lubricious (and artistic, which
we think can count for the same thing) intent.
We are looking for workable (or potentially so) sex machines, or plans for
such, or utopias of sex machines, stroking, throbbing, probing, their way
into a brave new alliance between flesh, steel, latex, plastic, and
electricity.  Any interpretation of the sex machine will be considered.

PROPOSING

To be considered, proposals must be postmarked by November 15, 2003
Acceptance/denial notification, contract out by December 15, 2003
Artists contract returned, postmarked January 15, 2004
Art, Statement, Value, etc. delivered March 11 - 16, 2004
Exhibition March 20 - April 17, 2004, at:

Eyedrum
290 MLK Jr. Ave. SE
Atlanta, GA 30312
USA
www.eyedrum.org

Opening Saturday March 20, 2004 6 – 11 pm
Viewing Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays 12 noon - 5 pm
Thursday April 1, 2004 (First Thursday)

Mail or deliver proposals to:

Eyedrum
290 MLK Jr. Ave. SE
Atlanta, GA 30312
USA
ATTN: Machine


Proposal must include:

SUBMISSION FEE - $20 US (US negotiable check, money order, etc. DO NOT
SEND CASH)

DESCRIPTION – A description of your proposed artwork.  Include materials
list, precise dimensions, and approximate weight of large pieces.  Please
address any special shipping needs.

EVIDENCE – Slides, prints, VHS NTSC video, CD/DVD/web site (media must be
cross platform compatible, web low band accessible; DVDs must be DVD
player compliant. Buggy software may be rejected out-of-hand at jurors’
discretion.) DO NOT SEND ACTUAL ARTWORK

BIO/STATEMENT/RESUME – A description of yourself.

SASE – Proposals without will not be returned.  Proposals accepted will be
kept at Eyedrum until the closing of the show.
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This program is supported in part by the City of Atlanta Bureau of
Cultural Affairs

Eyedrum Art & Music Gallery, a 501-(c)(3) nonprofit, is dedicated to
creating a forum that serves and nourishes multifaceted outgrowth in the
contemporary cultural arts. Eyedrum remains 100% volunteer run and
donation supported.  The gallery was founded in 1998. Eyedrum is located
downtown at 290 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr., Suite 8. For information on
Eyedrum, a schedule of upcoming events, and directions, please visit our
website at www.eyedrum.org.


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