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Oct 01, 2001 ART SHOW "Westworks 2001." All media. Juried. Entry
fee. Selected works purchased for permanent collection. For more
information contact: Nita Kehoe, Central Wyoming College Art Dept,
2660 Peck Av, Riverton WY 82501 OR 307-855-2211 OR
http://www.cwc.cc.wy.us/departments/art/westworks OR nkehoe {AT} cwc.cc.wy.us

November 30, 2001 "Got an idea for a documentary?" Sign up now for the
'How to Fund Your Documentary Film/Video Workshop' at Documentary
Educational Resources (DER). After this one day course you will know
if you have a good idea for a documentary - AND where/how to get money
to produce it. DER also has one day workshops in digital editing on
either FINAL CUT PRO or AVID. Beginning Level course as well as a
specialized course in Editing the Documentary.  Classes scheduled
weekends September thru December. Contact: Cynthia Close, DER, 101
Morse St, Watertown MA 02472 OR 800-569-6621 OR www.der.org OR
cclose {AT} der.org

Books For Artists: Directories, guides, and other specialized reference
books for artists, in all disciplines.

September 8, 2001 ARTOCONECTO 2001 presents...UNSPEAKABLE...call for
entries...juried art show, partially funded by the NEA, to be held
Sept. 28, 2001, entry deadline 9/14/01...painters, sculptors, all
visual artists may apply...exciting quarterly show to be held in
Washington, DC...our previous shows have been highly publicized
(Washington Post, etc.) and extremely well-attended...WE SELL ART! For
prospectus/entry form, contact artoconecto {AT} aol.com. Also, call for
entries for October 26, 2001 show...HERMIONE:A DIFFERENT BREED OF
COMICS...graphic artists, comic book artists, cartoonists, animators,
stick figure drawers, all inky types may apply...deadline 10/12/01

benefit Sarah's Circle--a drop-in center, safe refuge and fresh start
for women who are homeless, transient and of low income. This year's
exhibition theme--BEING CONNECTED--seeks artwork that explores or
exemplifies the connections we forge with people, places and
things. We encourage wide ranging interpretations of this theme
(connections to ourselves, to nature, to society, to technology, etc.)
whether figurative, literal, abstract, symbolic, auto-biographical or
humorous. All media (except those requiring special equipment) any
size up to 60'' x 60'' will be accepted. Participating Artists receive
free admission (GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR NETWORKING), a catalog of all
artists, as well as a tax deductible donation form. For further info
CONTACT ANNA MOORE AT: artforsarah {AT} hotmail.com

Ongoing applications accepted. Committed visual artists are invited to
apply for residencies in tropical Kerala, South India. Live and work
in paradise. Minimum stay, one month. Limited places available from
October 2001. For further info/application forms, see our website at
www.artsresidencies.com, OR Send a self-addressed A3 envelope to:
Chitraniketan/Kala Bhavanam Residencies, Studio 54, Grove Park, London
SE5 8LE, United Kingdom

September 24, 2001 Associate/Assistant Professor - Graphic Design
Responsibilities: Full-time tenure track faculty position to teach
courses in beginning and intermediate levels of graphic design,
computer graphics, and typography in Macintosh
environment. Eve./Sat./Sun. teaching may be required; community
college teaching experience preferred; knowledge of instructional
technologies. Qualifications: Appropriate Master's degree,
professional distinction, experience teaching at college level.
Candidate must demonstrate expertise in industry standard graphic
design applications, including Photoshop, Illustrator, Quark
Xpress. Knowledge of Art and Design History. Additional expertise in
Web Authoring interactive design is desirable. Salary commensurate
with education and experience. Associate Professor: $42,616 - $57,049
Assistant Professor: $32,703 - $54,665. For more information, see
http://www.bcc.cuny.edu.  Review of application will continue until
position is filled. Send cover letter and resume to: Ms. Shelley
B. Levy, Director of Human Resources, Bronx Community College, City
University of New York, West 181st Street & University Avenue, Bronx
NY 10453. EEO/AA/IRCA/ADA Employer.

EXHIBITION January 13 - February 21, 2002. All original print mediums,
including monoprints.  Maximum 18" height, width, or depth. Work due
November 9, 2001. Jurors Frances Myers and Warrington Colescott. For
prospectus send SASE to: Doug DeVinny, Parkside National Small Print
Exhibition, Art Department, University of Wisconsin, 900 Wood Rd,
Kenosha WI 53144 or call (262) 595-2581 OR e-mail: devinny {AT} uwp.edu

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September 30, 2001 Planes, Trains and Automobiles - Open to all
artists and all media.  October 15, 2001, deadline. Theme of Planes,
Trains & Automobiles.  Exhibition dates - November 9 through January
5,2002. Juror - Jeffrey Keough, Curator of Exhibitions at
Massachusetts College of Art. $1200 in cash prizes. Send SASE to:
South Shore Art Center, 119 Ripley Road, Cohasset MA 02025, Telephone
781-383-2787, website www.ssac.org.

September 30, 2001 Attention Painters-Art Studio Network Art Studio
network offers painters the opportunity to present their art work to
their peers at their peers at their respective studios. Created as a
networking tool to support connection and community for visual artists
living in the New York City area. Art Studio Network is also intended
to help conteract feelings of isolation that many artists experience
after the artmaking process is completed. The groups will be led by
Michael Filan painter printmaker and group facilatator, he fosters a
personal, considerate and safe enviroment to veiw art, providing
artists with the opportunity to experience dialouge and feedback about
their work. The next session begins begins Oct 2001. For more
information contact Michael Filan at: 212-967-7179 OR
filanart2 {AT} aol.com

September 30, 2001 Call for Artists Abstract Art Collective exists to
offer artists exhibition space where artists can exhibit and sell
their works during one week, two-week and three month salons. Abstract
Art Collective is scheduled to open in the Fall of 2001. The gallery
will be located in Brooklyn, NY. We are sending out an open invitation
to artists, photographers and poets to be a part of the Grand Opening
and continuing exhibitions at Abstract Art Collective. For a
prospectus contact: Abstract Art Collective, 173 Chauncey St, Brooklyn
NY 11233 OR 718-774-4923(FAX) OR www.abstractartcollective.com OR
director {AT} abstractartcollective.com

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September 30, 2001 CALL FOR ARTISTS to join the ArtistsRegister, an
online searchable database of visual artists and artwork created by
WESTAF, a nonprofit arts organization. The ArtistsRegister provides an
inexpensive and simple way for artists to promote their work through
the Web.  ArtistsRegister uses the Internet to connect artists with
galleries, arts organizations, collectors, curators, corporate art
buyers and public art administrators. Artists who join before
September 30 receive a free text listing in the database or half off
memberships that include one, six or twelve images. For information or
a membership application, contact: WESTAF at 1-888-562-7232 or visit
our Web sites at www.westaf.org or www.artistsregister.com

September 30, 2001 40th Annual Tri-State Plus Juried Exhibition. Feb
2nd-28th, 2002. Cash Awards. Open to all U.S. artists 18+. All
original media, completed in the last 2 years. Slide Deadline: DEC 8,
2001. $15 per slide, limit 3.  Must have entry form! For prospectus
send SASE to: Beaumont Art League, Tri-State 2002, 2675 Gulf St,
Beaumont TX 77703. OR email: beaumontartleague {AT} swbell.net.

September 30, 2001 Wind River Valley Artists' Guild 3rd Annual
Miniature Art Show and Sale.  November 10-18, 2001. Entry forms and
fees due October 30, 2001.  Non-juried show. Open to all artists, all
ages. For a prospectus, send a SASE to: WRVAG Mini Show, Box 26,
Dubois WY 82513 OR 307-455-3404 OR wrvag {AT} wyoming.com

September 30, 2001 Art Workshops in New York City: The Abruzzi
Mountain Workshop of Italy would like to announce a program including
drawing, painting, encaustic, maskmaking and fresco in it's new studio
annex in Greenwich Village.  Please contact: Patricia Antonucci, 56
Jane St 4a, New York NY 10014 OR 646-654-1365 OR
www.artworkshopitaly.com OR rmpa {AT} gte.net

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October 15, 2001 La Petite IX, Small Format Competition 2 & 3 D,
$2200.00 awards, open USA, slides $10 ea - 3/$25, Due 10/15/01. For a
prospectus send an SASE to: Alder Gallery, Box 8517, Coburg OR 97408
OR 541-342-6411 OR www.alderart.com

October 15, 2001 CALL FOR ENTRIES: FEAST YOUR EYES, an art exhibition
about food and cuisine. October 1, 2001, deadline. Open to all artists
in all media.  $500 Best in Show award. Juried by Nora Pouillon,
nationally recognized organic restauranteur and chef/owner of Nora in
Washington, DC.  Exhibition dates are Jan 9 - Feb 24, 2002. Submission
fee: $25/3 slides.  ALSO: FALL 2002 EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITY: Open to
groups and individual artists working in all media. Exhibition dates:
Oct 9 - Nov 17, 2002.  $35 for 30 slides and proposal. November 1,
2001, deadline. For a prospectus/entry requirements for either
exhibition, send an SASE to: Target Gallery, Torpedo Factory Art
Center, 105 N Union St, Alexandria VA 22314 OR 703-838-4565 OR
targetgallery {AT} erols.com

October 20, 2001 "PLACE-SCAPES" Slide deadline October 20, 2001. Open
to all. Landscape, seascape, skyscape, cityscape, any interpretation
of "place." All styles, all media. Juror: Marietta Warner-Siegel,
Ph.D., artist, art historian, gallery director. Show November 16 -
December 16, 2001. Up to 3 slides/$25, $5 each additional. No
commission. Over 2500 viewers guaranteed. Excellent publicity. Awards
include solo exhibition.  Prospectus (required) available at:
www.stagegallery.org, or send #10 (business-sized) SASE to:
"PLACESCAPES," The Stage Gallery, 238 Frankel Blvd, Merrick NY
11566-4732 OR 516-623-3504

October 30, 2001 Twelfth Annual International Competition for awards
to be held February 7 - 24, 2001, at Limner Gallery, 870 Avenue of the
Americas, New York City. $9,500 in awards. Deadline October 30. For a
prospectus email Limner Gallery at limner {AT} slowart.com, print form from
the Internet at http://users.aol.com/slowart/emerge.htm, or send an
SASE to: SlowArt Productions, 870 Sixth Ave, New York NY 10001

October 31, 2001 CALL FOR ENTRIES DEADLINE NOVEMBER 1, 2001. The Art
Department of Sinclair Community College is seeking proposals for the
2003 exhibition season. SCC has four separate, professionally designed
galleries, including one dedicated to photography-based
media. Exhibits are scheduled on a four to six week rotation. Sinclair
provides return shipping or an honorarium to defray return travel
expenses. For examples of past exhibits, visit http://www.sinclair.edu
and check out the Art Department website. For further information,
contact cindy.tiedemann {AT} sinclair.edu. Send 10 slides, a slide list
with sizes and media, a resume, artist statement, and SASE to: Cindy
Tiedemann, Gallery Coordinator, Sinclair Community College, 444 West
Third St, Dayton OH 45402-1460

November 8, 2001 Internetartauctions.com is currently accepting
artists of all media. For more information please call Steven Roach
(9am to 8pm Pst) or go to our website www.internetartauctions.com. You
can also email us at sroach {AT} internetartauctions.com

November 23, 2001 "ABSTRACTION 2002." International, open to abstract,
non-representational, or non-objective works, 2D or 3D. Juror TBA.
Exhibition: December 21 - January 27. Up to 3 slides/$25, $5 each
additional. No commission. Excellent publicity; 2500 viewers average.
Awards include solo exhibition. Prospectus (required) available at:
www.stagegallery.org, or send #10 SASE (4.25" x 9.5" only) to:
"ABSTRACTION/Stage Gallery," (including exhibition title is
essential!)  238 Frankel Blvd, Merrick NY 11566-4732 OR 516-623-3504

November 30, 2001 The 2001 Lady MacDuff Poetry Contest Rexdale
Publishing Company of Hackensack, NJ invites all poets, published and
unpublished to enter The 2001 Lady MacDuff Poetry Contest. The winner
will receive $500 and 12 copies of his/her published poetry
book. Details may be found at: http://www.RexdalePublishing.com OR
RexdalePublishCo {AT} cs.com

January 31, 2002 International Juried Exhibitions at Period
Gallery. "Contemporary III" and "Landscape 2001", Mar 6-27, slides due
Feb 15; "Photographic Processes III", Apr 3-24, slides due Mar 15;
"2-3-4-dimensional II", May 8-29, slides due Apr 15; "Mixed Media
III", June 5-26, slides due May 15; "Realism III", July 3-24, slides
due June 15; "Abstraction IV", Aug 7-28, slides due July15; "Drawing
II" and "Septemberfest IV" (all media), Sept 4-25, slides due Aug 15;
"Miniature IV" and "Faces II", Oct 2-23, slides due Sept 15;
"WaterMedia II" and "Winterfest IV"(all media), Nov 6-27, slides due
Oct 15; "Spiritual Art IV", (Judeo-Christian Theme), Dec 4-26, slides
due Nov. 15; "Faces III" and "Painting II", Jan 3-24, slides due Dec
15. $30/3 slides, $5 ea. add'l.  $3000 for upcoming shows. AWARDS:
SOLO EXHIBITION, 3 Cash Awards of Excellence, Purchase Awards, Special
Recognitions, Internet Exhibition.  SASE: Period Gallery, 5174
Leavenworth, Omaha NE 68106; 402-556-3218; email:
shows {AT} periodgallery.com (include postal address in your email),
download entry form at www.periodgallery.com/exhibitions/

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Sep 01, 2001 GRANTS AVAILABLE Financial support available to projects
aimed at limiting human-created global climate problems. Any project
whose objective is to influence public opinion and change attitudes to
these problems is eligible for support. For more information contact:
Rune Andreassen, The Minor Foundation, 47-22-36-56-48 OR
47-22-36-56-59(FAX) OR http://www.minor-foundation.no OR
info {AT} minor-foundation.no

Sep 02, 2001 PAINTING COMPETITION Open to US painters age
25-35. Representational works only. Juried. Entry fee. $10000 Best of
Show. For more information contact: Young Painters 2002, Miami
Univ-School of Fine Arts, Oxford OH 45056 OR 513-529-1883 OR

2002. Full-time, 9 month appointment at rank of assistant
professor. Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in digital video
production, scriptwriting and broadcast journalism. Supervise MA and
PhD students. PhD in relevant field required. Salary $34644 to $51264
depending on experience. Send letter of application specifying
position # 82871, curriculum vitae and at least 5 references to:
School of Communications, 2560 Campus Rd, George Hall, Honolulu HI

Sep 13, 2001 ARIZONA ARTIST GRANTS Funding for individual artists. For
information contact: Commission on the Arts, 417 W Roosevelt, Phoenix
AZ 85003 OR 602-255-5882 OR http://www.arizonaarts.org

2002. Assistant professor will teach conceptual courses and multimedia
skills courses as well as conduct research with undergraduate and
graduate students. PhD preferred with relevant experience in mass
communication, computer science, information science, online media or
information technology.  Submit letter, resume, three references and
course proposals (optional) to: Thomas A Bowers, Univ of NC-School of
Journalism and Mass Communication, Box 3365, Chapel Hill NC 27599 OR
919-962-4373 OR 919-962-0620(FAX) OR tbowers {AT} email.unc.edu

Sep 15, 2001 PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITIONS 2001-2002 season. Send 20 slides,
resume, statement and an SASE to: Richard Krueger, Washington Univ
School of Art, Box 1031, 1 Brookings Dr, St Louis MO 63130 OR
rkrueger {AT} artsci.wustl.edu

Sep 17, 2001 SCULPTURE WANTED Open to artists living in the Southwest
Four Corners region. Seeking a sculpture including moving water for
sculpture garden.  $25000 budget. For more information contact: Visual
and Performing Arts Division, Yavapai College, 1100 E Sheldon St,
Prescott AZ 86301 OR520-776-2000 OR

Sep 28, 2001 FUNCTIONAL ART WANTED Seeking artwork for upcoming
projects. Budgets of $15000-$100000. Artists working in durable or
permanent materials and have experience in transportation based
projects encouraged to apply.  Artists must have completed other
public commissions, received grants within the past 5 years, have work
in a major collection or exhibited in galleries. Send 6 copies of
resume, 10-20 slides with list, 6 copies of statement and SASE to:
Robin Nigh, 600 N Ashley Dr, Tampa FL 33602 OR 813-274-8531 OR

Sep 30, 2001 EDITORS WANTED NYC Media company seeks locally based
freelance editors.  For more information contact: Jack Fisher, City
Lights Media Group, jack {AT} citylightsmedia.com

Sep 30, 2001 RECORD COMPANY INTERNSHIP Full time, unpaid
internships. Projects will involve Internet, music and
marketing. Individual will help create and execute programs and build
relationships with multiple internal and external groups across the
company. Must have prior work experience.  Send resumes to: Bad Boy
Entertainment, 1540 Broadway 30th Fl, New York NY 10036 OR

Oct 01, 2001 FUND FOR INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM Open to freelance
reporters for original investigative stories & media criticism. Prize
$500-$10,000 for stories, $25,000 for best book. Contact: Peg Lotito,
Fund for Investigative Journalism, Box 40339, Washington DC 20016 OR
703-750-3849 OR http://fij.org OR Fundfij {AT} aol.com

Oct 08, 2001 VISITING SCHOLAR WANTED 2002-2003 academic year. Visiting
scholar will support college's African American students through
curricular and cultural enrichment. Will offer a reduced teaching load
in a subject suitable to a college of the liberal arts and
sciences. Send letter of application, curriculum vitae and 3
references to: Michael Rosenthal, duPont Scholar Search, Western
Maryland College, 2 College Hill, Westminster MD 21157 OR 410-857-2268
OR mrosenth {AT} wmdc.edu

Oct 15, 2001 PERFORMING ARTS GRANTS Seeking proposals for programs
that lead to improved teaching of the performing arts in public
schools. Open to classroom teachers, prospective teachers with
interest in arts integration, specialists in the field and
professional artists working with schools. Initial emphasis on NYC, DC
and Los Angeles. $75000 over a period of up to 2 years. For more
information contact: Charles A Dana Foundation, 745 5th Av Suite 700,
New York NY 10151 OR http://www.dana.org

Oct 30, 2001 EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITY Group show for emerging
artists. $9000 in awards.  For a prospectus send an SASE to: SlowArt
Productions, 870 6th Av, New York NY 10001

under.  Submissions may be fiction, personal memoir, creative
nonfiction or poetry. 4000 words max for prose, limit of 3 poems any
length for poetry. Submission may be in Spanish &/or English & should
relate to Latino life & experiences. Prizes $1000, $200. No
fee. Contact: El Andar Prize for Literary Excellence II, Paula Award,
El Andar Publications, Box 7745, Santa Cruz CA 95061 OR

Nov 03, 2001 PLAYWRITING COMPETITION Original scripts that have not
been published or previously produced. 1 act plays, 20 minutes max. No
adaptations, musicals or children's plays. Must be suitable for
general audiences.  Max cast size is 6. Entry fee. For more
information contact: Booth Chilcutt, 21 N Main St, Box 1449, Sumter SC
29151 OR sumteroperahouse {AT} yahoo.com

Nov 30, 2001 POETRY COMPETITION Seeking poetry of all styles and
lengths that address issues of social concern. Previously published
poems accepted. For more information contact: Ave Jeanne, Black Bear
Review, 1916 Lincoln St, Croydon PA 19021

Dec 15, 2001 CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS Writing magazine needs how-to &
inspirational articles for writers, with emphasis on the writing of
fiction, nonfiction, poetry, children's & young adult
literature. Feature articles 2000-3000 words, columns & departments
800-1000 words. Rates for articles range from $50 for book reviews to
$300-500 for columns & $350 to $800 for features, depending on length,
complexity & research required. Payment on acceptance. Contact:
www.writermag.com/ OR

Jan 11, 2002 SHORT SCREENPLAY COMPETITION Open to all writers. Winning
screenplay will be produced and distributed in UK cinemas and entered
in film festivals. Works must be short narrative screenplays, no more
than 15 minutes in English. Any genre. Entry fee. For more information
contact: British Short Screenplay Competition, Pinewood Road, Iver
Heath, Buckinghamshire SL0 0NH UK OR http://www.kaosfilms.co.uk OR
info {AT} kaosfilms.co.uk

Mar 15, 2002 MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP $1000 to a male or female vocalist. 1
time award to high school seniors and college freshmen. For an
application contact: Gene Garrett, Glenn Miller Birthplace Society,
711 N 14th St, Clarinda IA 51632


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