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Call for Art & Culture Ambassadors from All United Nations Member States

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Artist Michel Platnic and FutureHere are calling for youth leaders, ambassadors and influencers of all united nations members states to convene, consolidate and lend a voice in representation of local issues for global action through co-creating art activism project ‘Re-Genesis’.

 

We are building:

1. a worldwide, volunteer-driven team to oversee various management line functions and efforts in Operations, Design, IT, Finance, Project Management and Social Media & Communications;

2. a likeminded, like-hearted community to share their experiences to co-create art which will manifest as a dynamic virtual platform and forum for changemakers to discuss shared Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)/ issues and activate resources for fair human and biodiversity rights on our planet.

You will have the opportunity to elevate, empower and inspire civil governance in your respective cities and communities at the global level, and to provide leadership and mentorship for activating local and/ or international resources in developing solutions for real on-the-ground issues to be presented through the digital platform for long-term engagement and impact. 

 

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11/12/2019

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Call for proposals: From Access to Inclusion 2020; an Arts and Culture Summit

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Arts and Disability Ireland and The John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Office of VSA and Accessibility are proud to announce a call for proposals for a unique European Summit titled From Access to Inclusion 2020 taking place from 11th -14th May in Dublin, Ireland.

From Access to Inclusion 2020, An Arts and Culture Summit is an international gathering of access professionals and advocates exploring how to provide seamless, person-centred experiences in arts and culture, through a dynamic programme of keynotes, discussion panels, snapshots, case studies and demonstrations.  The Summit offers an unprecedented opportunity to exchange ideas and discover new and innovative ways to include and welcome everyone, with an accompanying evening programme of cultural events featuring access and inclusion in action.

The Summit session types will include:

Capacity Building Workshops: These in-depth, hands-on professional development workshops will take place from 11th-12th May and will address specific topics related to cultural arts access. These will be offered in several formats including Classroom,Skills Building or Think Tank.

From Access to Inclusion Summit: This dynamic event will take place from 13th - 14th May and will be delivered in the following formats; Snapshots, Discussion Panels, Case Studies or Demonstrations.

ADI and The Kennedy Center will accept proposals for any of the summit session types outlined above. The deadline for abstracts is midnight GMT/UTC, Tuesday 12th November 2019.
 

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11/12/2019

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Create more prestige in the art world

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Problems
1) In the current art world artists search and fight for “references” to endorse their work and name. Every “reference” in the CV might take years, a lot of money, tears and sweat.
2) The other problem artists might face is that they never get feedback on their work – to find out what those key players on the art world really think about their work.

Let’s make the way shorter!

ODBK, through its database of art world participants called the Art Market Regulation Commission (AMARC), is offering a new way to build references in a faster and easier way. From the list of “Top” and “Expert” evaluators of the AMARC, artists can require an evaluation of their work and also a “reference” to the evaluator which they can print in their CV to endorse their work. And receive an honest feedback, opinion and advice from the evaluator. ODBK will maintain and publish a page on the website which will include a certification of the “reference”.

DHAdmann
ODBK

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Bring It. Hang It. Show It.

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Girls Create Art will host its first BYO Art event. Titled ‘Bring It. Hang It. Show It.,’ this event is open to all female artists who would like to exhibit their artwork.

*Arrive at 1pm to hang your artwork
*1 piece of art per person
*Pieces shouldn’t be too big
*Hanging supplies will be provided
*You may sell your artwork (GCA takes 0%)
*Please take your artwork at the end of the event

*Projector available for video art
* 6 podiums available for sculptures

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Four Female Models Needed for Editorial Fashion Shoot in SoHo, Manhattan

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Hi there!

 

We are looking for four female models between the ages of 20 and 45 to join us for a shopping / modeling tour of several boutique clothing stores in SoHo, Manhattan. The images will be used for our upcoming clothing blog (links will be shared) and we are happy to send you all the images captured by our professional photographer. If you are available between 12pm and 6pm on Sunday, August 4th please email Brianna at bsinger3@gmail.com with a sample photo and the subject line "Model for August 4th Photoshoot".

 

Thanks very much,

 

Brianna

Deadline: 
08/04/2019

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Critical Moss -- making Art Work outside the metropolitan bubble

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A play on words,artists may be as stones,rolling beyond their origins,beyond the buzz offered by art school crits,first nights, gallery visits. Isolated artists need methodologies to 'kickstart' a practice,absent a critical mass of fellow artists.This project is addressed to artists of any calling, who feel isolated ( geographically , culturally or sensory )

 

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09/30/2019

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