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December 31, 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. http://artdeadlineslist.com/artbooks

December 15, 2001 now accepting SUBMISSIONS : immedia 2002 : the
senses well known annual exhibition of digital and electronic
art. works created with or in response to digital and electronic media
are welcomed. may include, but are not limited to, installation,
music, performance, dance, video and animation, interactive graphics,
flat work, and web design. grants are available. also seeking groups
or individuals interested in performing at the event, giving short
lectures, presentations, or holding workshops on digital arts related
mediums.  to submit visit: http://entity.ummu.umich.edu OR
immedia {AT} entity.ummu.umich.edu

December 31, 2001 DOROTHEA LANGE-PAUL TAYLOR PRIZE, a $10,000 award
from the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, promotes
the collaboration between a writer and a photographer in the formative
or fieldwork stages of a documentary project. Collaborative
submissions on any subject are welcome. Deadline: January 31,
2002. Submissions accepted during the month of January only. For
guidelines, please check or web site at http://cds.aas.duke.edu/l-t or
send an SASE to: Lange-Taylor Prize, Center for Documentary Studies,
1317 W Pettigrew St, Durham NC 27705

December 31, 2001 CALL FOR ENTRIES - Fifth Annual Peace Arch Park
International Sculpture Exhibition, May 1 ~ September 30,
2002. Artists from the United States and Canada are invited to submit
outdoor sculptures to be featured at the Fifth Annual Peace Arch Park
International Sculpture Exhibition. A panel of international art
experts and international park management will jury the
exhibition. The criteria for selecting the art for exhibition includes
artistic impression, quality, durability, aesthetic appeal, and park
and community appropriateness. All materials must be completely
weatherproof and suitable for public viewing. Site specific proposals
are acceptable.  The top three entries will receive cash
awards. Artists benefit from international exposure and recognition by
being featured in North America's most celebrated peace park. A self
guided art and park history tour brochure accompanies the
exhibit. Since 1998, the Peace Arch Park International Sculpture
Exhibition has featured artworks created by 36 American & Canadian
fine artists. Over 500,000 people visit the historic international
peace park each year. The exhibit is presented by the United States
Canada Peace Anniversary Association, in cooperation with Washington
State Parks. Entry fee $10.00 (U.S.  funds). For a prospectus mail a
SASE to: Christina Alexander, US/Canada Peace Anniversary Association,
Box 4564, Blaine WA 98231, Phone or Fax (360) 332-7165. A online
prospectus can be downloaded at www.peacearchpark.org E-mail us at
info {AT} peacharchpark.org

December 31, 2001 "PHOTOGRAPHY 2002." International, open to all; any
traditional or innovative photographic process, incl. collage,
digital, etc.  Entries by 35mm slide only. Exhibition February 2 -
March 9, 2002.  Juror: Dick Gonzalez, Founding Director, Long Island
Center for Photography. Up to 3 slides/$25, $5 each additional. No
commission.  Active publicity; 2500 viewer average. Awards include
solo exhibition. Prospectus (required) available at:
www.stagegallery.org, or send #10 SASE (4.25" x 9.5" only) to:
"PHOTO/Stage Gallery," (exhibition title essential!) 11 Prospect
Place, Massapequa NY 11758.  516-797-9115.

Institute of Fine Arts seeking artists to fill limited number of slots
in 2003 exhibition schedule in following areas: architectural,
ceramics, painting, photography & printmaking. Send 12 slides, resume,
SASE and $25 entry fee to: HIFA, 124 E Leasure Av, New Castle PA
16101.  DEADLINE JANUARY 15, 2001.

December 31, 2001 "Interpreting Landscape" Call for entry, all 2D work
accepted including photography. Show dates February 20th - March 20th
2002.  Juror Sandra Carpenter - editor of Artist Magazine. Postmark
deadline is January 11th. Fees are 25 dollars for non gallery members,
and 15 dollars for members. up to five slides. Prizes will be
awarded. For a prospectus send an SASE to: Fulton Street Gallery, 408
Fulton St, Troy NY 12180 OR info {AT} fultonstreetgallery.org OR

artists are invited to apply for residencies in tropical Kerala, South
India, December 2001 - April 2003. Live and work in paradise. Minimum
stay - one month. For further information/application forms, please
see our website at www.artsresidencies.com or contact us at: South
Indian Arts Residencies, Studio 54, Grove Park, Camberwell London SE5
8LE, UK. Email: artsresidencies {AT} aol.com

December 31, 2001 The Florida Outdoor Sculpture Competition, a joint
project of the Polk Museum of Art and the City of Lakeland, is
accepting submissions for a Public Art exhibition in downtown
Lakeland. Open to sculptors working in North America. 10 works will be
accepted and will receive $1,000 to cover transportation. $3,000 Best
of Show. Deadline is January 31, 2002. Artists may submit labeled
slides of up to three completed works, with 2 - 3 views of each work,
along with a resume, one paragraph artist statement, and
non-refundable $15 entry fee to: Polk Museum of Art, Attn: Outdoor
Sculpture Competition, 800 E Palmetto St, Lakeland, FL 33801. No
incomplete works or project proposals will be considered. All works
must be able to be anchored to concrete and maintenance free for the
duration of the exhibit, which will run from April 2002 until February
2003. For prospectus/further details, call 863-688-7743 ext. 286 or
email MPope {AT} PolkMuseumofArt.org

December 31, 2001 CALL FOR ENTRIES. Ironstone Vineyards 5th. Annual
Spring Obsession Juried Art Event. Cash prizes totalling $1,800. First
Prize Open Division, $1,000. Open to all US, Canadian & South American
2-dimensional artists. Two Divisions, #1. Open, all 2-dimensional
media, 1st. prize, $1000.00, 2nd. Prize $400.00. 3rd. prize $200.00.
Plus people's choice award of $200.00. #2. Theme, "A Spring
Obsession". Winning piece selected for purchase, becomes format for
promotional piece for release of newest vintage of Obsession Wine.
Winning Art Poster made from winning art shipped to 40 countries.
GREAT EXPOSURE!! Artist name included! Entries judged from 35mm
slides, due w/ entry fee January 14, 2002. Accepted art due on site
February 13, 2002. Show opens March 16, 2002 through May 12, 2002.
For details / prospectus send SASE to: Chris Gomez, Ironstone
Vineyards Spring Art, 1894 Six Mile Road, Murphys CA 95247

December 31, 2001 Dune Shack Residencies, 1-3 week stays year round
for artists, writers, and the general public in Cape Cod National
Seashore in 3-room dwelling, gas stove/fridge, no electric, composting
toilet, wood stove. $500 fellowship and 3-week stay in summer offered
to visual artist. Application deadline February 15, 2002. Send SASE
to: C-Scape Dune Shack-A Provincetown Retreat for Art & Healing,
Provincetown Community Compact, Box 819, Provincetown MA 02657

December 31, 2001 Distinguished Visiting Faculty Position The Center
for Arts in Society, Carnegie Mellon University 2002-2003 Scholars and
artists in any field of humanistic inquiry or artistic endeavor are
invited to apply for the position of Distinguish Visiting
Faculty. Applicants should hold senior rank and have interests
corresponding to the Center's theme for the year 2002-2003, "Art in a
Time of Catastrophe." The successful applicant will be appointed to
the Center for one semester of the academic year. He or she will teach
one course; participate in the work of the Center in an advisory
capacity; and give one public lecture. The appointee will be expected
to be in residence in Pittsburgh during the term of the appointment.
Candidates for this position should submit a letter of application,
vita, and the names (with phone numbers and email addresses) of at
least three referees. Applications are due by January 15, 2001. For
more info, see web site: http://hss.cmu.edu/cas. APPLICATIONS SHOULD
BE MAILED TO: Arts and Society Visiting Faculty Committee, Dean's
Office, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Carnegie Mellon
University, Pittsburgh PA 15213

juried exhibition dealing with wearable art & fashion. $20/3 slides,
$10 each additional. All media accepted. No commission. Exhibition
dates: March 29-April 17, 2002. Juror: Bernadette Y. Vielbig -
Visiting Professor of Art  {AT}  University of South Carolina. Prospectus,
details available at: http://welcome.to/outofthecloset, or e-mail:
freeartgirl {AT} hotmail.com. Performance art event to take place with
opening night juried event. Seeking proposals for performances based
around theme of wearable art. Info at:
http://welcome.to/outofthecloset, or e-mail Booth Chilcutt at
sumteroperahouse {AT} sc.rr.com, 803-436-2616. Proposal deadline in
February '02. For a prospectus send an SASE to: Wearable Art, Sumter
County Cultural Commission, 135 Haynsworth St, Sumter SC 29150

January 11, 2002 Current Work 2002: A National Competition, slide
entries postmarked by January 11, 2002 to Rosenthal Gallery,
Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North
Carolina. Two-dimensional works only, $20 entry fee for a maximum of
three slides. $1,000 in awards, gallery sales are encourage. Juror,
Professor Ralph Steeds, University of North Carolina at Pembroke,
Pembroke, North Carolina.  For a prospectus send a self-addressed
enevelop to: Rosenthal Gallery, Fayetteville State University, 1200
Murchinson Road, Fayetteville NC 28301. For an online prospectus go to
http://spacer.uncfsu.edu/artguild/nationalartcompetition.htm OR if you
have questions, call: Soni Martin at 910-672-1057 or email
smartin {AT} uncfsu.edu

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/

The School of Art is seeking candidates for two tenure-track art
history positions, beginning Academic Year 2002-03. 1) Assistant
Professor of Art History, specializing in 20th century art with
background to teach 19th century and some non-western/world art; 2)
Assistant Professor of Art History, specializing in Renaissance,
Medieval, or Baroque art and non-western/world art. Both positions
require PhD and college-level teaching experience. Responsibilities
include teaching introductory and advanced courses in areas of
specialty to both studio and art history majors, oversight of slide
collection, and an interest in restructuring and administering the art
history curriculum and degree program. Review of applications will
begin November 1, 2001, and will continue until positions are
filled. To apply, please send a letter of application, CV, statement
of teaching philosophy, contact information of four references to:
Chair, Art History Search Committee, School of Art, The University of
Tulsa, 600 South College Av, Tulsa OK 74104-3189. The University of
Tulsa is an EEO/AA Employer.

The School of Art is seeking candidates for a tenured or tenure-track
position in Digital Art/ Photography, beginning Academic Year
2002-03. MFA or equivalent required. Applicant must be an active
exhibiting artist with a significant record of artistic achievement
and the ability to teach digital imaging from a fine arts
perspective. Substantive involvement with contemporary issues in the
practice, history, and theory of photography is desired. Teaching
responsibilities include introductory to advanced courses in digital
photography/imaging, as well as a course in traditional photographic
media each semester.  Knowledge of the following programs required:
Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Flash, and Director. Skills in
animation and/or video preferred. Salary and rank commensurate with
qualifications and experience. Review of applications will begin
November 1, 2001, and will continue until position is filled. To
apply, please send a letter of application, statement of teaching
philosophy, 20 slides each and /or digital media (Mac compatible
CD-ROM or Zip) of own work and student work, contact information of
four references to: Chair, Digital Artist/Photographer Search
Committee, School of Art, University of Tulsa, 600 South College Av,
Tulsa OK 74104-3189. The University of Tulsa is an EEO/AA Employer.

January 31, 2002 "REALISM 2002." International, open to all; realist
or figurative work in any medium. Exhibition March 14-April 19,
2002. Juror: TBA.  Up to 3 slides/$25, $5 each additional. No
commission. Active publicity; 2500 viewer average. Awards include solo
exhibition.  Prospectus (required) available at: www.stagegallery.org,
or send #10 SASE (4.25"x9.5") to: "REAL/Stage Gallery," (exhibition
title essential!) 11 Prospect Place, Massapequa NY
11758. 516-797-9115.

EXHIBITION Kerry Brougher, the Chief Curator for the Hirshhorn Museum
and Sculpture Gardens in Washington, DC, will serve as juror for this
exciting and well established sculpture program with award money
totaling $15,000.  Ten works, including site specific, will be
installed on the campus of Appalachian State University in the
beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of NC. Catalogue and corporate sales
program. US residents only. Send SASE for prospectus to: Hank
T. Foreman, Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Catherine J Smith
Gallery, ASU Box 32057, Boone NC 28608. Entries must be postmarked by
February 22, 2002.

Documentary Films About Afghanistan:
   An Afghan Village
   Naim And Jabar
   Wheat Cycle
   Afghan Women
   Afghan Nomads: The Maldar
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Dec 01, 2001 LITERARY AWARD $3000 given annually for outstanding book
of poetry, fiction or creative nonfiction relating to New England
published in the preceding year. Entry must be published in 2001 &
have connection to New England through author, theme or setting. No
fee. Publishers may submit 6 copies to: PEN New England, Box 400725,
North Cambridge MA 02140 OR 617-499-9550

Dec 01, 2001 SHORT PLAY CONTEST 1 script per playwright. Open to
citizens and permanent residents of the US. No more than 10 pages
long. For more information contact: National Ten-Minute Play Contest,
Actors Theatre, 316 W Main St, Louisville KY 40202

Dec 03, 2001 FOLK ARTS APPRENTICESHIPS Open to MN folk artists and
sponsors.  For more information contact: State Art Board, Park Sq Ct,
400 Sibley St #200, St Paul MN 55101 OR 651-215-1600 OR

Dec 10, 2001 FINE ARTS FESTIVAL Jun 5-9, 2002. Oldest outdoor art show
of original work in the country. Juried. Entry fee. For an application
contact: Rittenhouse Square Fine Arts Annual, 877-689-4112

Dec 15, 2001 CALL FOR YOUNG WRITERS International magazine features
the best in English language creative writing by children 5-18 around
the world. This is a forum for young people's writing fiction,
non-fiction, poetry. Advertisement free. Contact:

Dec 15, 2001 PERFORMING ARTS CHAIR WANTED Seeking individual who
enjoys a reputation for excellence as an artist/master teacher, has a
proven record of creative activity and possess the capacity to present
the arts to the public. Send letter of application and nomination with
current dossier and 3-5 references to: Debra Kain, Florida Atlantic
University, 777 Glades Rd, Boca Raton FL 33431 OR 561-297-3860 OR

Dec 17, 2001 CATALYST AWARD to recognize outstanding science teachers.
Elementary school science teachers and secondary school chemistry
teachers are eligible to receive up to $5,000. For more information,
please contact: Barbara Long, American Chemistry Council, 1300 Wilson
Blvd, Arlington VA 22209 OR 703-741-5832 OR 703-741-6086(FAX) OR
http://www.americanchemistry.com/chemecology OR
barbara_long {AT} americanchemistry.com

Dec 31, 2001 ARTWORK ABOUT MISCARRIAGE Invites submissions of visual
art for national arts project. All media. Potential to be included in
publications, slide presentations and other venues. For more
information contact: Laura Seftel, 26 Union St, Northampton MA 01060
OR 413-586-7710 OR lauraseftel {AT} aol.com

Dec 31, 2001 CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS Online zine seeks poetry submissions
that don't rhyme nor sound like Hallmark. Contact:
www.roguescholars.com OR submit {AT} roguescholars.com

Dec 31, 2001 MEDIA ARTS PROFESSOR WANTED Starts Sep 2002. PhD or MFA
required.  Candidate should have an advanced professional or artistic
practice in real-time applications, Virtual Reality, advanced
interactivity or networked environments. Thorough understanding of
contemporary media theory. Send letter of application, cv, examples of
research and artistic practice and the names of at least 3 references
to: Dept of Human Resources, Alberta College of Art and Design, 1407
14th Av NW, Calgary Alberta T2N 4R3, Canada

Dec 31, 2001 YOUNG WRITERS ESSAY CONTEST Five $10,000 grants available
to students 12-18. Subject is why you are not a smoker. For detailed
guidelines, proposal criteria & official rules contact:

Jan 11, 2002 ANNUAL AWARDS COMPETITION Professional and students
around the world in advertising, graphic design, illustration,
photography and new media are encouraged to submit work published,
produced or broadcast in 2001. For more information, please contact:
Art Directors Club, 106 West Eight St, New York NY 10001 OR
212-643-1440 OR 212-643-4293(FAX) OR http://www.adcny.org OR
awards {AT} adcny.org OR messages {AT} adcny.org

Jan 15, 2002 ESSAY COMPETITION $1000 + publication given annually for
original essay. 5000 words max. Fee $10. All submissions considered
for publication. SASE: Lawrence Hetrick, Hattahoochee Review, Lamar
York Prize, Georgia Perimeter College, 2101 Womack Rd, Dunwoody GA

2002.  Painting in any media. Entry fee. Award 3-5 person show. For
prospectus send #10 SASE to: Horton Gallery, 237 Market St,
Philadelphia PA 19106

Jan 25, 2002 OUTDOOR ART FESTIVAL April 13-14, 2002. Fine art show
with 100 artists to be chosen. Prizes total $12,000. For prospectus,
please contact: Karen, LeMoyne Art Festival, 125 N Gadsden St,
Tallahassee FL 32301 OR 850-222-8800

Jan 31, 2002 REALISM 2002 Mar 14-Apr 19, 2002. International, open to
all; realist or figurative work in any medium. Entry fee. No
commission.  Active publicity. Awards include solo exhibition. For
more information, please contact: PHOTO/Stage Gallery, 11 Prospect
Place, Massapequea NY 11758 OR 516-797-9115 OR

Feb 04, 2002 AFRICAN ART PROFESSOR WANTED Assistant professor in
African/African Diaspora art and/or African American art. Teach
beginning and upper level courses within areas of specialty and
general introductory art history. Must have PhD by Jun 2002. Send
letter of application, cv, course syllabus and names of 3 references
to: African Search Committee, Dept of Art History, Rhode Island School
of Design, 2 College St, Providence RI 02903

Feb 23, 2002 CALL FOR ARTISTS April 6, 2002. Black Bear
Festival. Original work only. Open to all mediums. Booth space
available. Entry fee. For an application, write to: DeBary Art League,
37 Keeble Av, DeBary FL 32713 OR 407-668-5553 OR
sandralwilson {AT} earthlink.net

Mar 15, 2002 POETRY COMPETITION Prize is $2500 + publication. Fee
$15. Submit up to 3 unpublished poems, 60 lines max per poem. For
information contact: The Marjorie J Wilson Award for Excellence in
Poetry, Box 250, Chesterfield MO 63006 OR 314-863-1499

May 30, 2002 CALL FOR LITERATURE Publication seeks submissions for May
2002 issue. Do not send submissions until that time. For a prospectus
send an SASE to: Many Mountains Moving, 420 22 St, Boulder CO 80302

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