1. General context The transnational mobility of artists and cultural professionals is of major importance in helping to make a common "European cultural area" a reality, and to bring about cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue. Artists and cultural professionals need to travel beyond borders to extend their scope of activities and meet new audiences, to find new and inspiring sources of inspiration to make their creations evolve, and to exchange experiences and learn from each other with a view to developing their careers. The transnational mobility of artists and culture professionals has been a priority of the Culture programme since 2000. It has been further reinforced as one of the three specific objectives of the Culture programme for the period 2007-2013, as a means of enhancing the cultural area shared by Europeans and encouraging active European citizenship.
Call for Art Historical Knowledge Artforum and e-flux are pleased to announce the launch of the Art & Education Papers archive, a new global platform for sharing and distributing research and knowledge in the field of contemporary art. A&E Papers aims to exponentially widen the accessibility and reach of art historical and critical discourse by hosting a free online platform for the publication and exchange of texts on modern and contemporary art. Art historians, students, critics, and artists alike will have the opportunity to gain access to a far greater and more focused readership than conventional publishing allows, while also enjoying unlimited access to a deep archive of scholarly writing by and for Art & Education's rapidly growing audience, which currently comprises an international network of more than 70,000 visual arts professionals and academics.
Artist opportunity: Call for Artists / Entries, Juried Exhibitions & Competitions for Artists Last Updated: 2013-03-30 Submit Call for Artists / Call for Entries . Submission is free and doesn't require registration.
Your 3D Art Project produced by Orange and exhibited at Palais de Tokyo in Paris Deadline: January 14, 2013 Application fee: none Orange and Palais de Tokyo are teaming up to encourage artistic creation through new technologies and are rewarding the best projects of creations in 3D. PUSHYOURART 2013 is an opportunity for young artists to practice or learn about an innovative and emerging creative technique, and to show their artistic work during a unique exhibition at Palais de Tokyo. By taking part in the PUSHYOURART adventure, the 10 best participants will attend a Master Class, where they will meet professionals from the world of art and 3D creation.
Description: Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson Volumes for Sound March 26 – May 25, 2013 Middling reception: April 17, 6-8pm Closing Reception: May 23, 6-8pm On March 26, Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S.
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