The One Million Masterpiece is a global arts project. As a community we are creating a piece of artwork that will provide a unique snapshot of modern society through the eyes of one million people scattered across the world.
New technology artists Cindy Bernard, Russet Lederman and Patrick Lichty are winners of the Smithsonian American Art Museum's New Media/New Century Award to create art for the Web. Their work will be posted on Helios, the museum's online American photography center, through its award-winning Web site, AmericanArt.si.edu, in early 2001.
This month’s special discussion on empyre explores art practices in SL through the lens of ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Being in Second Life’. To compliment the online discussion, a special dLux Pony Club tour of SL art practices has been arranged for Monday 20th August.
The tour has been curated, and critical discussion will be guided, by the empyre guests and interested parties: Adam Ramona (Adam Nash), Angrybeth Shortbread (Annabeth Robinson), Chris Dodds, Lythe Witte (Christy Dena), Man Michinaga (Patrick Lichty), Ruybiayat Shatner (James Morgan), Bella Bouchard (Kathy Cleland), Marina Regina (Melinda Rackham), Ricardo Paravane (Ricardo Peach) and Doesi Beck (Stephen Doesinger).
http://www.socialfabrics.org - Proposals are invited for an event-style exhibition of wearable technology art, to be held at the College Art Association 2008 Annual Meeting in Dallas, Texas, sponsored by the Leonardo Education Forum.
via open call http://suavez.blogspot.com/
Etichette: call for artist
Push the Boundaries and be the Avant-Garde in Art
ART - SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY Interactions
Submission deadline December 31, 2007
Open to All Artists and Scientists –
3 Electron Microscope Scans are provided as Seed Images for you to choose and to create the NanoArt Works