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U.S/Japan Creative Artists' Program
http://www.jusfc.gov/creativeartists.asp

The Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission works cooperatively with the National Endowment for the Arts to sponsor The U.S/Japan Creative Artists' Program. The program provides support for up to five outstanding contemporary and traditional artists from the United States to spend a five-month residency in Japan to pursue their individual artistic goals. The next deadline for this program is February 1, 2009. Eligible applicants are architects, choreographers, composers, creative writers, designers, media artists, playwrights, visual artists, or solo theater artists who work with original material (including puppeteers, storytellers and performance artists). Multidisciplinary artists and artistic directors of theater or dance companies are also eligible. The U.S/Japan Creative Artists' Program is extremely competitive; applicants should have regional or national recognition and anticipate a highly rigorous review of their work. Artists should also present compelling reasons for wanting to work in Japan. Selected artists will receive: a monthly stipend for living expenses and a housing supplement, as well as an allowance for professional support services; up to $6,000 for round trip transportation for the artist, domestic partner and/or dependent children, and a baggage/storage allowance; and a stipend for pre-departure Japanese language study in the United States. Additional information, including guidelines and the application, can be found at www.jusfc.gov/creativeartists.asp.


UBE Biennale, International Open Sculpture Competition
http://www.wai.org.uk/index.cfm?UUID=87D93352-65BF-7E43-3F59D8FBF7F75D...

The UBE Biennale is an International Open Sculpture Competition that wil be held in autumn 2007. The competition's aim is to pursue the possibility of contemporary sculpture, and to create a relation between sculpture and townscape. The final pieces will be selected for placement throughout the surrounding community with consideration to the harmony of the work and nature or the city. Maquette/Model Competition Phase 1 Presentation: maximum 20cm X 30cm X 40cm maquette/model (including pedestal). Outdoor sculpture is maximum 200cm X 300cm X 400cm, 10ton. Participants should take into consideration factors for outdoor installation and safety. Photographs, computer graphics, comments, etc. may be sent as part of the presentation. (Sheet size is 420~297 mm, 3 sheets max) Number of Entries: One presentation by one person or one group. Entries must be original work which have not been exhibited elsewhere. The work should be sent to the follwoing address: UBE BIENNALE Secretariat 1-7-1 Tokiwa-cho Ube Yamaguchi 755-8601, Japan


Ucross Foundation
http://www.ucrossfoundation.org

Ucross Foundation, 30 Big Red Lane, Clearmont, WY 82835-9712 (307) 737-2291. 8 residents for 2 weeks to 4 mos. Located on a 22,000 acre working cattle ranch in the rugged foothills of the Big Horn Mtns. No fees, residency includes studio space, living accomodations, and meals.


Ucross Foundation Residency Programme
http://www.ucrossfoundation.org/application.html

The Ucross Foundation is host to residencies by artists, writers and performers in a facility set in a former Wyoming ranch complex. Residencies of two to eight weeks with accommodation, a studio and board provided are offered. Applications should be accompanied by three references, CV. and examples of work, varying according to art form with an SAE for return of work plus US $20 application fee.


UK Film Council
http://www.ukfilmcouncil.org.uk/

Previously known as the British Film Commission (BFC), the UK Film Council was established by the Government in 2000 as a 'new strategic agency for developing the film industry and film culture in the UK'. Its mission is to encourage, promote and facilitate the production of overseas films in the United Kingdom. They do this by providing clear and concise information about the facilities, locations and personnel that the UK has to offer. The website answers as many questions that international filmmakers may have. It is divided into the following sections: funding; shorts schemes; documents that can be downloaded in PDF format; filming in the UK, which covers information about the UK, location information and the legal and financial aspects of making a film in the UK; research and statistics; regions; awards; vacancies; news; and information about the Council. The BFC became the UK Film Council International on 13 May 2003.


UK Film Council
http://www.ukfilmcouncil.org.uk/

10 Little Portland Street, London W1W 7JG Tel: 020 7861 7861 Fax: 020 7861 7862 Email: info@ukfilmcouncil.org.uk The UK Film Council (UKFC) was set up by the Government in April 2000 to be the lead organisation for the UK film industry. Its remit includes the encouragement of both cultural and commercial film activity. The principal source of its funds is the National Lottery, and it channels all public money for film production, audience development, and education (including funding the National Film and Television School).


Ultimate Eye Foundation
http://www.home.earthlink.net/~ultimateeyefoundation/

Two grants annually of $5000 each, one for digital photography, and one for figurative photography. Must be over 18 and not a full time student. Ultimate Eye Foundation, 1534 Plaza Lane #356, Burlingame, CA 94010. ultimateeyefoundation@earthlink.net


Unbound, a national juried book arts exhibit
http://www.wou.edu/las/creativearts/art/gallery/

Unbound is a national juried exhibition open to 2- and 3-dimensional art as well as time-based media. All work submitted must have been completed within the last two years. Unbound will explore the boundaries of artist books in contemporary art.


Uncommon Threads
http://www.jeannecurates.com/#/calls-for-art/4535688306

Walsh Gallery, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ. Call for fiber art due October 15, 2009. $15/5 entries.


Underserved Arts Communities
http://www.florida-arts.org/grants/uacap/index.htm

Fosters the development of underserved arts organizations by providing access to grants for salary assistance, organizational development, and consultancy.


Underserved Arts Communities
http://www.florida-arts.org/grants/uacap/index.htm

Fosters the development of underserved arts organizations by providing access to grants for salary assistance, organizational development, and consultancy.


Underserved Arts Communities Assistance Program
http://www.florida-arts.org/grants/uacap/

The Underserved Arts Communities Assistance Program (UACAP) fosters the development of underserved arts organizations by providing access to grants for salary assistance, organizational development, and consultancy. Salary assistance grants are also available to consulting organizations that specifically target underserved organizations and provide evidence of service to such organizations in their particular plan. The UACAP program is only open to ARTS organizations, which meet basic eligibility criteria and the underserved definition (see FAQs for definitions). Non-arts organizations may not apply to any of the UACAP categories.


Underserved Arts Communities Assistance Program (UACAP)
http://www.florida-arts.org/grants/uacap/guidelines.htm

The Underserved Arts Communities Assistance Program (UACAP) fosters the development of underserved arts organizations by providing access to grants for salary assistance, organizational development, and consultancy. Salary assistance grants are also available to consulting organizations that specifically target underserved organizations and provide evidence of service to such organizations in their particular plan. The UACAP program is only open to ARTS organizations, which meet basic eligibility criteria and the underserved definition (see FAQs for definitions). Non-arts organizations may not apply to any of the UACAP categories.


Underserved Arts Communities Assistance Program (UACAP)
http://www.florida-arts.org/grants/uacap/guidelines.htm

The Underserved Arts Communities Assistance Program (UACAP) fosters the development of underserved arts organizations by providing access to grants for salary assistance, organizational development, and consultancy. Salary assistance grants are also available to consulting organizations that specifically target underserved organizations and provide evidence of service to such organizations in their particular plan. The UACAP program is only open to ARTS organizations, which meet basic eligibility criteria and the underserved definition (see FAQs for definitions). Non-arts organizations may not apply to any of the UACAP categories.


UNEP Children's Painting Competition - Climate Change
http://www.bgci.org/files/Worldwide/Jobs/uneppainting.doc

The International Children’s Painting Competition on the Environment is organized annually by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the Japan-based Foundation for Global Peace and Environment (FGPE), Bayer and Nikon Corporation. It has been held since 1991 and has received over 190,000 entries from children in over 100 countries. This year’s Competition will focus on Climate Change: actions we can take now to reduce our negative impact. The children’s paintings can focus on concrete actions such as using renewable energy, introducing energy saving light bulbs at home, sharing vehicles and using public transport, planting trees, etc. The competition will run from 24 September to 15 January 2008. The organizers invite children all over the world to submit their paintings to the UNEP office in their regions. Addresses of these offices are in the Word document download:


UNEP Launches 17th International Children's Painting Competition
http://www.unep.org/Tunza/paintcomp/

UNEP has launched the 17th International children's painting competition. The Competition is organized annually by the UNEP and the Japan-based Foundation for Global Peace and Environment (FGPE), Bayer and Nikon Corporation. It has been held since 1991 and has received over 190,000 entries from children in over 100 countries. This year’s Competition will focus on Climate Change: Actions we can take now. The selection process will be in two stages; the regional selection which will be done by UNEP Regional Offices and their partners, and the global selection which will be done by UNEP and its partners, Foundation for Global peace and Environment (FGPE), Bayer and Nikon Corporation.


Unesco-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists, International Fund for the Promotion of Culture
http://www.portal.unesco.org/culture

Unesco-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists, International Fund for the Promotion of Culture, 1 rue Miollis, 75732 Paris, France. Tel.: 011-33-1-4568-4264.


UNESCO-ASCHBERG Bursaries for Young Artists
http://www.unesco.org/culture/ifpc

The annual UNESCO-ASCHBERG Bursaries for artists program aims to promote the professional growth of young artists in different disciplines, through opportunities for further training and residencies in 29 countries. The program is managed by UNESCO's International Fund for the Promotion of Culture (IFPC), which will be considering applications. Visit the UNESCO's website for a complete list of the different bursaries.


UNIDEE
http://www.cittadellarte.it/unidee

UNIDEE, Cittadellarte - Fondazione Pistoletto, Via Serralunga 27, 13900 Biella - Italy. Tel: 39-015-0991462. Offers 20 residencies per year. 4-month AIR Program includes room and board, visiting lecturers, studio space. Fees charged; some grants available. Interested in how the arts integrate with economics, politics, education, and religion. Supports artists working in the fields of music, visual arts, theater, literature, dance, photography, architecture, and design.


Uninstall software
http://www.uninstallsoftware.net/

Every time you don't need every software. For that you need to remove the extra installed software. But, sometimes you will be unable to uninstall software by using built-in uninstaller. So, you have to use third party uninstaller software to solve this issue.


Union Bank Arts Centre
http://www.unionbankartscentre.com.au

Union Bank Arts Centre, 22 Fraser Street, 3370 Clunes Victoria, Australia. Tel: 61-3-5345-3755. Residencies of 1-3 months, open year-round, can accomodate artists' families.


Union League Civic & Arts Foundation
http://www.ulcc.org

Awards to students enrolled full-time in visual arts degree programs at metropolitan Chicago, Illinois, schools. In addition, recipients' artwork will be displayed. Union League Civic & Arts Foundation 65 W. Jackson Blvd., Ste. 901 Chicago, IL 60604-3598 (phone) 312-427-7800, ext. 308 (fax) 312-427-8117 To email, use the form at: www.ulcc.org/asp/composemail.asp


Uniquely New Zealand Painting Competition
http://www.fasart.com/uniquelynz.htm

Register your school for 2008 - Uniquely New Zealand Painting Competition Uniquely New Zealand Painting Competition FAS are offering all Primary and Intermediate schools in New Zealand the opportunity to enter and win $1000 of FAS products for your school. The theme your students are asked to paint is ‘Uniquely New Zealand’, using FAS paints. This could be national landmarks, cultural designs, mountains, All Blacks…. Anything that is ‘Uniquely New Zealand’. Our judges will be looking at the overall creativity of the theme, layout, design and use of colour. All that your students need to do now is register your school (Click Here) and is to dream up something that is “Uniquely New Zealand” and to get painting!! Competition Structure: Timing: Registering Term 1 - Painting and submissions Term 2 - Prizing Giving - Term 3 · Painting of something “Uniquely New Zealand” using FAS paints· Maximum of three submissions per (form) year · Two prize groups (Primary (Year 1 - 6 & Intermediate Year 7 - 8 ) · Submissions by end of Term 2, 2008 · Winners announced early of August 2008 · Photo and article on winning entrants displayed on FAS website · FAS General Manager will personally visit and award the winning Schools in Term 3 An information pack, competition poster and entry forms will be sent out to your school early Term 2, 2008. Teachers please run your own in-house competition to decide who will be the three lucky finalists from each (form) year. Send only the finalists in to Fine Art Supplies for judging. Please ensure that the pupil's full name, (form) year and School details are recorded on the back of the entries and are returned with our entry form. Forms and other information will be posted out early Term 2 Prizes: 1st Prize $1000 FAS products for your school and $100 vouchers for pupil + Scholastic Book vouchers of $100 2nd Prize $500 FAS products for your school and $50 vouchers for pupil + Scholastic Book vouchers of $50


United Arts Council of Calhoun County (Michigan)
http://www.unitedartscouncil.org/

The United Arts Council of Calhoun County (UAC) was organized in 1963 and is now the oldest, incorporated, 501 C 3, non-profit arts council in Michigan. The UAC generates and inspires community efforts which nurture and sustain an environment of cultural development that will contribute to and enhance the quality of life for all residents of Calhoun County. The United Arts Council is committed to providing support to arts and cultural organizations throughout the region, with particular emphasis on Calhoun County. Grants are available from various sources and are intended to provide broad coverage while serving as a catalyst for the further development of resources. Grantwriting assistance, both individually and through workshops, is available for those who have questions or are new to the application


United States Artists
http://www.unitedstatesartists.org/

'Distributes 50 unrestricted fellowship grants of $50,000 each to a diverse array of artists across the United States... The program supports artists in all career stages, including emerging and midcareer artists, as well as individuals who have achieved master artist status.'


United States Court House Mural Competition – Indianapolis, IN - December 15, 2008
http://www.insd.uscourts.gov/Education/hist_society.htm

United States Court House Mural Competition – Indianapolis, IN - December 15, 2008 Birch Bayh Federal Building, United States Court House Mural Competition, Indianapolis, IN Budget: $75,000; finalists $750 honorarium Deadline: December 15, 2008 The Historical Society of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana invites artists who currently live and work in Indiana, or previously have lived and worked in this state, to submit their résumés and images of their work to compete for a commission to create murals for the interior walls of the federal court house in Indianapolis. The privately funded mural project involves creation of a set of nine panels to fit an existing architectural space in the southeast corner of the third floor corridor of the court house. The space is a mirror image of the southwest corner of the same floor, where murals created in 1935 by artist Grant Christian are located. The courthouse is located in downtown Indianapolis at 46 East Ohio Street, one block north of Monument Circle in the block bounded by Meridian, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York Streets. It is open to the public from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Please note that no cameras or recording devices may be brought into the building unless pre-authorization is obtained. To seek authorization, contact Doria Lynch at (317) 229-3729 at least one day before your visit. Qualified artists are invited to submit biographical information and images of their work. Website: www.insd.uscourts.gov/Education/hist_society.htm click Court House Mural Competition or Contact: Doria Lynch, Historical Society secretary Tel: (317) 229-3729 Email: doria_lynch@insd.uscourts


Universes in Universe
http://www.universes-in-universe.de/english.htm

Universes in Universe is a huge site, covering virtually every aspect of art and culture internationally. They report on all international art biennales, provide listings of artists, cultural institutions and galleries worldwide, and information on residencies and funding relevant to artists working internationally. Indispensible.


University of Arizona Poetry Center Summer Residency Program
http://www.ww.coh.arizona.edu/poetry/

University of Arizona Poetry Center Summer Residency Program, 1216 N. Cherry Ave., Tucson, AZ 85719 (602) 321-7760. Residency for an individual writer who has not published more than one full-length work. Accommodations in an historic adobe guest house; $500 stipend included; residency length is one month between June 1 and Aug. 31; dates negotiable. Deadline between Feb 15 and March 15 of each year


University of California Announces 3rd International Competition with
http://www.cnsi.ucsb.edu/stage.

The Professional Artists Lab (http://www.proartslab.ucsb.edu/) and the California NanoSystems Institute (http://www.cnsi.ucsb.edu/) at the University of California, Santa Barbara continue their collaboration with the third STAGE International Script Competition, open to plays about science and technology. The winner of the Scientists, Technologists and Artists Generating Exploration (STAGE) Competition will receive a US$10,000 prize, along with opportunities for developing and promoting the winning script. Submitted plays must explore scientific and/or technological stories, themes, issues or events. Multi-media theatre pieces, non-traditional plays and new forms are encouraged. (Science fiction is not eligible.) Entries must be postmarked by December 31, 2007. The winning play will be announced in July, 2008. For complete submission guidelines and information about past winners, please visit our website at http://www.cnsi.ucsb.edu/stage. Scripts will be judged by an esteemed panel of jurors from both the arts and sciences. Previous judges include: Nobel Laureates David Gross (2004 Physics) and Alan Heeger (2000 Chemistry); playwright and MacArthur Fellow Luis Alfaro; award-winning theatre, film and television director Arvin Brown; Dr. Polly Carl, Producing Artistic Director of the Minneapolis Playwrights' Center; Obie Award-winning playwright Lonnie Carter; award-winning playwright Constance Congdon; award-winning playwright and screenwriter Jeffrey Hatcher; Morgan Jenness, dramaturge and literary agent at Abrams Artists Agency; Professional Artists Lab Playwright-in-Residence Barbara Lebow; Eduardo Machado, award-winning playwright and Artistic Director of New York's INTAR Theatre; and Tony and Olivier award-winning playwright, screenwriter and director Mark Medoff. STAGE endeavors to: - foster new and imaginative voices and methods of storytelling; - catalyze the development of art that depicts the technological age in which we live; - cultivate appreciation and collaboration between the two cultures of science and art; - promote understanding of the sciences in the public arena; - accomplish all of the above within an international community.


University of California Institute for Research in the Arts (UCIRA)
http://www.cac.ca.gov/othergrants/ogdetail.php?id=130

Action Research program for the Arts for UC


University of California Institute for Research in the Arts (UCIRA)
http://www.cac.ca.gov/othergrants/ogdetail.php?id=129

Arts Demonstration Projects Funding for UC


University of California Institute for Research in the Arts (UCIRA)
http://www.cac.ca.gov/othergrants/ogdetail.php?id=128

Innovative Residency Program for UC


University of California Institute for Research in the Arts (UCIRA)
http://www.cac.ca.gov/othergrants/ogdetail.php?id=127

2009 Open Classroom Challenge for UC


University of Colorado at Colorado Springs- Science and Engineering Building
http://www.coloarts.state.co.us./programs/public/calls/UCCS/RFQforWebs...

The Colorado Council on the Arts, Art in Public Places Program and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs seek to commission artwork for the lobby of the Science and Engineering Building. The space is a spectacular three floor entry atrium. The Committee is looking for art that is diverse in media and can be integrated into this space.


University of Iowa Division of Sponsored Programs - Arts and Humanities Funding Sources
http://www.research.uiowa.edu/dsp/main/?get=arts_humanities_sources&am...

University of Iowa Division of Sponsored Programs - Arts and Humanities Funding Sources


University of Lethbridge, Gushul Studio Residency Program
http://www.uleth.ca/ffa/gushulstudio.htm

University of Lethbridge, Gushul Studio Residency Program, Department of Art, 4401 University Dr., Lethbridge, Alberta T1K 3M4, Canada (403) 329-2691. 1-3 month residencies at the Gushul Studio on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains. There is a user fee to cover operation.


University of Minnesota, Morris Grants Development Office - Granting Opportunities: Art History
http://www.mrs.umn.edu/~grants/arthist.shtml

Identifies funding opportunities gleaned from SPIN and COS.


University of Minnesota, Morris Grants Development Office - Granting Opportunities: Theater
http://www.mrs.umn.edu/~grants/theater.shtml

Identifies funding opportunities gleaned from SPIN and COS.


University of Oslo International Summer School (ISS) Scholarships
http://www.uio.no/iss/iss.html

A limited number of scholarships are available, mainly to applicants from developing countries, Eastern Europe, and the former Soviet Union. Applications must be made on a special scholarship application form that may be obtained from the ISS Head Office in Oslo. Students from Europe may apply for scholarships offered under the bilateral Cultural Agreements between Norway and their home country. Scholarship application procedures vary from country to country; inquire about them and request an application form at the Norwegian Embassy or Consulate General, Ministry of Education, or Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the home country. There are also some scholarships available to US and Canadian students through several different private organizations, including Sons of Norway. Contact the ISS North American Branch Office for further details.


University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Center on Age & Community, Residency in Applied Arts
http://www.cac.obiki.org/focus/residency.html

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Center on Age & Community, Residency in Applied Arts, Milwaukee, WI. Residencies of 3 months, stipend plus travel, housing and supplies for artists of all disciplines interested in developing work addressing aging and memory loss. Open to permanent US residents who are profesional artists. Artists must develop a project, engage directly with community participants, provide two one-time master classes (one for students; one for the community); participate in a culmintating exhibit or performance.


untitled
http://www.colour.art123@gmail.com

i am artist from india .now i am working in surreal art. i want search here gallery , artlover, collectors ,who represent my art.


Up and coming artist based in u.k
http://www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk/yourgallery/artist_profile/Andrew%20J...

Solo Exhibition - June 28th - July 29th 2010 at: Leeds Design Innovation centre, 46 The Calls, Leeds, LS2 7EY -(all works will be available for sale) open Monday - Friday - 9am till 5pm


Upfront Gallery
http://www.upfront512@yahoo.com

As we continue to book exhibitions for 2007, we are in a continuous process of building a visual database of local and regional artists at the Upfront Gallery. There is a computer in the gallery which houses artists' portfolios and is available for public perusal - kind of a way to display art that we aren't physically holding. We would also like to make photographic portfolios available to the public - these will be housed in a bookshelf in the gallery. This database will make local and regional artists more accessible to the public, and will hopefully also function as an outlet for commission work and/or sales. Any Questions? Email: upfront512@yahoo.com. 701-541-2640.


UPSTART Program
http://www.dcarts.dc.gov/dcarts/cwp/view,A,3,Q,634126.asp

UPSTART Program


Urban Glass
http://www.urbanglass.org

Urban Class is a not-for-profit international centre 'for the creation and appreciation of new art made from glass'. International makers over the age of 21 wishing to work with glass can apply for two visiting artist Fellowships, offered to 'emerging artists' and an 'established artist'. Fellowships are for eight weeks and provide access to studio facilities, technical support with some materials and are accompanied by an honorarium of US $2,500 to cover all other costs. Application forms should be accompanied by a project proposal, CV, ten slides of work and two letters of recommendation with SAE for return of material.


Urban Glass
http://www.urbanglass.org

Urban Class is a not-for-profit international centre 'for the creation and appreciation of new art made from glass'. International makers over the age of 21 wishing to work with glass can apply for two visiting artist Fellowships, offered to 'emerging artists' and an 'established artist'. Fellowships are for eight weeks and provide access to studio facilities, technical support with some materials and are accompanied by an honorarium of US $2,500 to cover all other costs. Application forms should be accompanied by a project proposal, CV, ten slides of work and two letters of recommendation with SAE for return of material.


Urban Glass Visiting Artist Fellowships
http://www.urbanglass.org/

UrbanGlass is offering 3 Visiting Artist Fellowships to international artists wishing to work in glass. Two fellowships are offered to emerging artists and 1 fellowship to an established artist. Fellowships are for an 8-week period and include access to all areas of the studio on a scheduled basis, technical support, and materials, as stipulated in the fellowship agreement. The fellowship does not include room and board. In addition, each visiting artist will receive an honorarium up to a maximum of $2,500 for his or her discretionary use. The Emerging Artist Fellowship is designed to provide recent graduates with a bridge between the academic and professional world. The Established Artist Fellowship is offered to working artists with established careers. Both fellowships afford artists the opportunity to develop a new body of work and explore new techniques. Artists will be chosen on the basis of past work and plans for utilizing UrbanGlass facilities. A selection committee of artists, staff, and critics will review applications and notification of selection will be made no later than January 31, 2003. Artists who are interested in this program should complete the Visiting Artist Fellowship application form and submit it with required materials in the format described to Visiting Artists Program, UrbanGlass, 647 Fulton St., Brooklyn, NY 11217-1112; 718/625-3685; info@urbanglass.org.


Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Artist-in-Residence Program
http://www.uica.org

Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Artist-in-Residence Program, 1064 Race St., NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (616) 454-7000. 4 artists at a time; 2 years.


URBAN LEGENDS VIBRATING TIP WORKSHOP
http://www.primopianoatelier.com

The theme of the workshop is the urban legends with free interpretation. The technique of execution is the VIBRATING TIP. The effect is similar to the dry-point, but with very specific effects. The prints made with this electric instrument have a particularly smooth for a multi-color dry-point on metal plate. You will learn the secrets to make contemporary PRINTS on paper.DATE WORKSHOP from 23th to 28th SEPTEMBER 2013. APPLICATION BEFORE OF 30th JULY 2013 at info@primopianoatelier.com


URBAN LEGENDS/RURAL MYTHS - Call for Artists
http://www.purdue.edu/galleries

URBAN LEGENDS/RURAL MYTHS - Call for Artists. Purdue University Galleries (West Lafayette, Indiana) invite entries for a national exhibition of contemporary art that inspires NEW myths, imagined histories and tall tales. The exhibition will be presented in the Stewart Center Gallery from March 9 through April 26, 2009 and will serve as inspiration for creative writing sessions and lectures discussing human mythology. There is no entry fee, but exhibiting artists will be responsible for shipping. All media eligible, including new and emerging technologies. Interested artists should send examples of current work (up to 8 slides or jpegs on CD; DVD for time-based media), resume, artist statement, and SASE to: Craig Martin, Purdue University Galleries, Yue-Kong Pao Hall of Visual & Performing Arts, 552 West Wood St, West Lafayette IN 47907-2002 OR cdmartin@purdue.edu OR 765-494-3061 OR www.purdue.edu/galleries. Deadline for submissions: October 10, 2008.


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