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January 31, 2002 "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:

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

Scholars and artists who have received their terminal degree within
the last four years in any field of humanities and arts are invited to
apply for a Fellowship, supported by the Center for Arts in Society at
Carnegie Mellon University. The purpose of these Fellowships is to
provide younger scholars with free time to further their own work in a
cross-disciplinary setting. Two Fellows will be appointed for the
whole academic year, 2002-2003, and will be awarded a stipend plus a
small research grant. He or she will teach one undergraduate course
each semester; participate in the work of the Center, and give one
public lecture. The theme for the year 2002-2003 is "Art in a Time of
Catastrophe," a theme broadly conceived to draw a range of
applications from scholars and artists interested in ways that the
arts are impacted by catastrophe and what they can say to a society
dealing with catastrophe. We expect the applicant to have some special
need for the resources here in Pittsburgh or the resources at Carnegie
Mellon University. Send: a) a statement of current research, interests
as they relate to the Fellowship theme, b) a one-page proposal for a
related one-semester undergraduate course, c) a full curriculum vitae,
d) at least three letters of recommendation. For more info, see the
web page: http://hss.cmu.edu/cas

January 15, 2002 ANNUAL FINE ART SHOW & SALE May 25-27, 2002. Juried
show open to all fine artists. Oil, watercolor/acrylic, traditional
sculpture, contemporary sculpture, drawing, and mixed media. Jury fee
of $25. If accepted, $400 booth fee for 3-day show. No commission. For
a prospectus, call: 928-778-1385, OR e-mail request to
phippen {AT} phippenmuseum.org OR download application at

January 28, 2002 CALL TO ARTISTS - Artists suffering from Migraines No
entry fee. Large pharmaceutical company and international exhibit
company request slides from artists that suffer from migraine
headaches. Clinicians who have migraines are also invited to
submit. All visual art mediums will be considered from 2-dimensional
to 3-dimensional and new media (no performance art). Slides will be
reviewed by experienced art consultants and 6-12 artists will be
selected for commissioned works that illustrate the artists' migraine
experience. Selected artists will be notified by February 11,
2002. Final artwork will need to be completed by the end of March
2002. Artwork will be used in an exhibit booth on an international
tour. Artwork may also be used in patient brochures, calendars and
other promotional materials. All commissioned artwork will become the
property of the pharmaceutical company, with all rights being
transferred to that company. Each selected artist will receive a
contract outlining those details. The commission amount will be
$10,000 per piece, including shipping. To be considered, please send
the following: 20 samples of your work on a) CD b) indicate website
url c) slides in a plastic sleeve (no glass mounts). PLEASE indicate
title of work, size, medium, year completed for each work. Mark top of
slide. CV, resume or biography a 1-2 paragraph typewritten description
of your experience with migraines.  Include SASE for return of
materials. The information you provide about your experience with
migraine will be used by the companies mentioned above in connection
with this program only. Information provided for this submission will
not otherwise be distributed or shared with any third parties without
your permission. Submission of catalogs or other printed materials is
permitted, but they will not be returned. All other materials will be
returned. No phone calls, please. Contact: ARTWORK, Impact Unlimited,
250 Ridge Road, Dayton NJ 08810, USA

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/

January 31, 2002 NEW YORK, CHAUTAUQUA - 45th Chautauqua National
Exhibition of American Art. JUNE 2002. All U.S. Artists. All
Media. Juror: Robert Storr, Curator, MOMA. Awards $5,000 including
purchase prize. Fee: $30, 3 slides. Deadline: March 1. For prospectus,
send #10 SASE to: Exhibition of American Art, CCVA, Box 999,
Chautauqua NY 14722 OR download: www.mainalley.com/ccva/national

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.

January 31, 2002 J H Sachs Gallery in Historic Old Town Leesburg is
looking for twelve fine art photographers to lease exhibit
space.$300.00 per month and a 25% gallery commission Experience the
priviledge of displaying your photography and having it marketed to
the elite. The twelve artists will be selected upon review of a
selected portfolio. For further details and consideration, send 3
slides or a CD with at least 3 images to: Julia H Sachs, J H Sachs
Gallery, 18308 Mill Ridge Ter, Leesburg VA 20176. The CD must be PC
Compatible. For return of images, please send a SASE with your
submission. E-mail: JHSachsGallery {AT} aol.com OR 703-779-2457

January 31, 2002 Art Contest -- $1,000 Grand Prize! Postmark Deadline
is February 8, 2002. Open to all ages and levels of talent. Everyone
will be competing for the $1,000 cash grand prize. There are NO
RESTRICTIONS on the type of or the theme of the art that you send us
-- photos, digital imagery, paintings, drawings, sculptures, anything
that can stand alone as an expression of your creative vision. This
contest will be juried by members of the Austin Visual Arts
Association. To enter: 1) Send a photo or print-out of your piece(s)
of art work. 2) Send a $10 Entry Fee in the form of a Check or Money
Order made payable to The Nonprofit Center.  Please include $10 for
EACH piece of art that you submit. For example, if you submit one
photograph, send $10. If you submit three photographs, send
$30. Please send checks or money orders only. Please remember to send
your entry fee. If you do not send your fees, your art work will not
be considered. 3) Include Your Name, Age, Phone Number, Email and
Mailing Address. 4) Send all of the above to: Alternative Energy Art
Contest, Box 41718, Austin TX 78704. 5) Postmark your entry by
February 8, 2002. For additional information contact:
www.alternativeenergynow.com OR mvoss {AT} texaswind.com

February 28, 2002 4th ANNUAL FACE TO FACE International, open to all;
Faces or portraits real or imagined, human, nonhuman, masks, etc. Any
2D or 3D media.  Exhibition April 24-June 5, 2002. Juror: Marietta
Warner-Siegel, Ph.D., artist, art historian, gallery director. 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")
to: "FACES/Stage Gallery," (exhibition title essential!) 11 Prospect
Place, Massapequa NY 11758 OR 516-797-9115

MARCH 31. Prospectus.  Send SASE to: Phoenix Gallery, 568 Broadway,
New York NY 10012 OR info {AT} phoenix-gallery.com

MUSEUM, NEW YORK. All media, except Sculpture and Video Art. CASH
AWARDS. Deadline April 12, 2002. Prospectus: Send SASE to: Long Beach
Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences, 120 Long Beach blvd,
Loveladies NJ 08008.  E-Mail to: office {AT} LBIFoundation.org

April 19, 2002 CALL FOR ENTRIES - SCULPTURE at Noble Horizons fourth
annual outdoor group exhibit, Salisbury, CT. Large scale, all media,
prizes, low commissions. For a prospectus send an SASE to: CEA, 151
Music Mountain Road, Falls Village CT 06031 OR

April 30, 2002 Northern National Art Competition: Open to all 2-D art
Three $1000.00 Awards of Excellence, over $8500.00 in prizes. Juror /
Judge Dr. Barbara Rose. Entry Deadline Date: May 15, 2001. For a
prospectus send an SASE to: Nicolet College Art Dept, Box 518,
Rhinelander WI 54501

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2002. Open to all US artists, all media. Entry fee. Awards. For a
prospectus send an SASE to: J Alex Zegouvia, SCA Gallery, 281 S Thomas
#104, Pomona CA 91766

Jan 07, 2002 FILM AND ELECTRONIC MEDIA PROFESSOR 3 year non-tenure
track lecturer position in department of Film and Video Studies. Teach
3 production courses each semester. MFA or equivalent, proven record
of excellence in teaching, portfolio of work that demonstrates a
commitment to to video, television and film as art forms. Send letter
of interest, vita, statement of teaching philosophy, samples of recent
work and list of 3 references with phone numbers to: Terri Sarris,
Film and Media Production Search Committee, Univ of Michigan, 2512
Frieze Bldg, Ann Arbor MI 48109

Jan 11, 2002 INTERPRETING LANDSCAPE Feb 20-Mar 20, 2002. International
Landscape Exhibition. Awards. Open to all. Entry fee. For information,
please contact: Fulton Street Gallery, 408 Fulton St, Troy NY 12180 OR
518-274-8464 OR 518-274-8479(FAX) OR

Jan 15, 2002 9TH ANNUAL TENNESSEE CHAPBOOK PRIZE Manuscripts of poems
&/or short plays welcome. Winner published as interior chapbook in
book. Prize 50 copies. Fee $10. Send 20-24 pages, acknowledgements,
SASE to: Gaylord Brewer, Poems & Plays, English Dept, Middle Tennessee
State University, Murfreesboro TN 37132

Jan 15, 2002 DEAN OF ART AND DESIGN WANTED Starts Jul 1, 2002. Oversee
schools of architecture, art and landscape architecture. Provide
leadership in management and administration, budget and
fundraising. Terminal degree required, must be able to qualify for
rank of full professor. Send letter of interest, cv and contact info
of 4 professional references to: Ronald Ross, College of Music and
Dramatic Arts, Louisiana State Univ, Log #0493, Baton Rouge LA 70803
OR 225-578-2562(FAX) OR rross {AT} lsu.edu

Jan 15, 2002 POETRY CONTEST National winner $100, Illinois winner
$50. 25 finalists.  Winners/finalists published throughout 2002 in
alternative newspaper, circulation 20,000. Fee. Contact: Rock River
Poetry Contest, Rock River Times, 128 North Church St, Rockford IL

Jan 15, 2002 WRITING RESIDENCIES One- to two-month residencies for
poets, fiction writers & creative nonfiction writers include room &
board on 450-acre estate in New Hampshire. Fee $20. Submit published
book of poetry or 6-10 poems, published novel or 2-3 novel chapters
(20-30 pages), 2-3 stories or 2-3 essays & project description to:
MacDowell Colony, 100 High St, Peterborough NH 03458 OR 603-924-3886

Jan 19, 2002 PHOTOGRAPHIC TEACHING AWARDS Photography teacher of the
year wins $2500.  Two $250 HM awards. Fee $15. Juror will consider
passion for teaching, ability to excite students, concern for students
as individuals, enduring artistic curiosity. Finalists may be
contacted for a telephone interview. Contact: Photographic Teaching
Awards, Santa Fe Center for Visual Arts, Box 2483, Santa Fe NM, 87504
OR 505-984-8353 OR http://www.sfworkshop.com OR
workshop {AT} sfworkshop.com

Jan 25, 2002 CRAFT FESTIVALS May and Jun 2002. Fine art and
crafts. Entry fee. Send 3 photos or slides of work and 1 of display
with SASE to: Strawberry Festival, Peddlers Village, Box 218, Lahaska
PA 18931 OR 215-794-4000 OR http://www.peddlersvillage.com

Jan 31, 2002 CALL FOR ARTICLES Business magazine for graphic designers
seeks outlines for proposed articles & pertinent background on studio
or designer you wish to write about. Columns 1200 words, features
1500-2000. Also send clips. No simultaneous submissions. Payment
$200-$800. Contact: How Magazine, 1507 Dana Av, Cincinnati OH 45207 OR
513-531-2690 OR 513-531-2902(FAX) OR http://www.howdesign.com OR
editorial {AT} howdesign.com

Jan 31, 2002 GALLERY PROPOSALS 2002 season. Open to emerging and
established US artists working in oil, acrylic, pastel. Send 5-10
slides, resume, statement and SASE to: Gallery 322, 322 Wanague Av,
Pompton Lakes NJ 07442 OR 973-938-3220 OR 973-938-2134(FAX) OR

Feb 01, 2002 ART COMPETITION In honor of the centennial of the
publication of the Varieties of Religious Experience. $100 prize for
art which will be featured on the volume cover of each issue of Steams
of William James in 2002. For more information contact: Randall
Albright, http://www.pragmatism.org/societies/james/awards.htm#art OR
albright {AT} world.std.com

Feb 01, 2002 MUSIC AWARD Open to college students who are residents of
LA county of Hispanic descent who are recommended by the director of
an accredited institution. Must demonstrate potential for success in
the field of music. Vocal, instrumental or composition. $500
award. For more information contact: Hispanic Womens Council, 3509 W
Beverly Blvd, Montebello CA 90640 OR 213-725-1657

2002. Tenure-track position.  Candidate should be capable of teaching
a range of courses in modern art history. Strong interests in
20th-century visual art or architecture and should also have ability
to teach in a non-European area. Send letter of application, cv, 3
letters of recommendation, transcripts, statement of teaching
interests, professional development plans and statement of scholarly
interests to: Mitchell B Merback, Dept of Art, DePauw Univ,
Greencastle IN 46135

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dreams taken seriously wants to hear about your dreams, your worries,
what makes you happy, what drives you crazy. Magazine is edited by
Girls Editorial Board made up of 16 girls ages 8-14. Contact: New
Moon, http://www.newmoon.org/nmg/girl_guidelines.htm

Feb 15, 2002 KEYBOARD INSTRUCTOR WANTED Starts Aug 2002. Accompanist
and keyboard instructor, non-tenure track. Masters and at least 3
years experience, doctorate preferred. Send applications with video or
audio tape of collaborative performance to: Keyboard Instructor
Screening, Dept of Music, 504 Fine Arts Bldg, Murray State Univ,
Murray KY 42071

Feb 25, 2002 FIBER EXHIBITION May 31-Jun 28, 2002. Open to all. All
fiber media.  Juried. Entry fee. Cash and materials awards. For more
information contact: BJ O'Dea, 3166 6th Pl SW, Loveland CO 80537 OR
970-667-9558 OR http://www.angelfire.com/co3/fibercelebration

Mar 01, 2002 CHRISTIAN READER WRITING CONTEST Can you recall a
specific moment when God made you or someone you know laugh? Christian
Reader would like to hear how a true episode made you appreciate God's
divine sense of humor.  Tell us about a case of mistaken identity, a
challenging witnessing experience, an unusual missions trip, or a
prayer that was answered in a way you would never have
imagined. Whether you're laughing at your own expense or in good
company, we invite you to tell the story. Prizes $1000, $500, $250. No
fee. Contact: http://www.christianitytoday.com/cr/2001/006/14.1.html

Mar 15, 2002 ESSAY CONTEST Contest intended to challenge the
overprotection of intellectual property. Entrants asked to address the
question "What does intellectual property mean to you in your daily
life?" Multi-lingual contest. Cash prizes. For more information
contact: Wipout, http://www.wipout.net OR contact {AT} wipout.net

Passing the Torch.  Bestowing Jewish Culture on the Next
Generation. Submissions may be fiction or nonfiction. No poems,
lyrics, clips or reminiscences. Contest is secular, focusing on Jewish
heritage, culture, the Yiddish language, music, literature, values &
conflicts. Prizes $1000, $400, $200. No fee.  Contact:

Apr 30, 2002 HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE PROJECT Encourages students to
think responsibly, be aware of world conditions that undermine human
dignity & make decisions that promote the respect & value inherent in
each human being.  Prizes are cash, expense-paid trips to Washington
DC & scholarships up to $5000. No fee. High school students submit
documented essay of 1000 words or less on theme of "Never Again."
Contact: http://www.hklaw.com

Sep 15, 2002 POETRY PRIZE $1000 + publication for 1st or 2nd book of
poems by US poet. Submit 50-70 pages. Fee $15. For a prospectus send
an SASE to: Guy Rotella, Northeastern Univ, Samuel French Morse Poetry
Prize, 406 Holmes Hall, Boston MA 02115 OR

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