This R. Weis sound art is available from CD Baby here, where you can preview and share the tracks on Twitter, Facebook, via email and to other social media sites.
R. Weis has composed with manipulated sound since the 1980s. Over the last 30 years, his works have been heard in many galleries and museums, on many US radio stations, and on radio in Europe, including on London’s Resonance FM. A self-taught artist, Weis’ compositions are fixed recordings, not performed live.“PARROT & PAPERBACK” was created on MachFive Sampling Software and Digital Performer Sequencing Software. For more information, visit www.rweis.com.
Artist may open a free account on the CuratorSpace site and add your details and images for creating your submissions for Open Studios, Artist book fair exhibitor applications, Arts and crafts fair applications, Residency proposals, Exhibition proposals, Artist portfolio, 2D/3D art, film/video, and sound art. The advantage of creating your submissions in these categories on CreateSpace is that you won’t have to recreate the entire submission for each opportunity. For instance, if you submit to Open Studio every year, all your details are already in place for reuse. The same with your exhibition proposal, you can reuse your proposal for multiple submissions. Make as many submissions as you like with just a few clicks. A real timesaver!
The CuratorSpace site also has a list of exhibition opportunities for artists and if you have a project the site allows you to create your own call for artists and accept submissions.
For more help with submissions, read the Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions ebook
Find an extensive list of galleries that accept artist submissions and proposals here.
Artist Marketing Resources announced the launch of the new ArtWorld Community magazine last week, with Marie Kazalia and Keith McFarlane as co-editors. The first week, both Keith and I have received requests from several artists wishing to be featured in articles.
With all the interest, I’ve begun looking at articles I’ve written on artists and published 3 and 4 years ago–many published in the Yahoo! contributor network, by Technorati News, and on the VASA New York blog, as well as this blog. One of these early articles I wrote on R. WEIS – titled Compositions of Manipulated Sound ( read it here) with the artist sending me his sound art CDs so that I could listen to his work. I don’t recall which came first, but I wrote a second article on a Cleveland based Artist Who Uses Sound Chris Kulcar here, with lots of videos of this young artist’s performances included in the article.
My article on painter Chris Osborne’s Stars and Cars series, including Jimi Hendrix with His Corvette Stingray, Paul Newman with His Racing Datsun, Steve McQueen and the Bullit Mustang here, brought interest due to the subject matter of vintage cars and celebrities depicted in the paintings.
I also wrote a timely article on the efforts of the Artist Power Bank in Tokyo along with American artist Alicia Bay Laurel’s Fund-Raising for Japan’s earthquake disaster relief here. Alicia Bay Laurel’s success goes back to the 1960’s with the publication of her artist book still in print and available today and popular in Japan.
When I wrote my article on Canadian Artist in Scotland – Trevor Jones here, I learned about his research into color and sound theory and his use of music in his art. (Trevor also sent me two of his drawings as gifts!).
I wrote and published the first article on photographic artist Ventiko (here) who has since been feature in print in Interview Magazine! Ventiko is an extraordinary photographic artist who creates images that look like Renaissance oil paintings.
These are just a select few early articles on artists featured on Artist Marketing Resources. At least one of these artists recently contacted me requesting that I write a new article on his latest work for the ArtWorld Community magazine.
As editor, I am seeking complete articles with images, ready to publish. As feature writer, I offer options to artists here.
More recently, Artist Marketing Resources has featured articles on a wide variety of painters, from Paul Rooms in New York, to Texas cowboy artist J.R. Smith, as well as Jay Burton’s sensual photographic art (here)– just to name a few.
Levi’s has teamed up with SkillShare (a site that allows people to enroll in really hip online classes) to offer 6 classes from visionary artists with 100% of class proceeds going to arts+music education for kids through 826 National.
- The classes are taught by renowned artists such as Cubby Graham, David Carson, Bang Bang, Benjamin Samuel, Brock Davis, and Linda Eliasen.
- Sign up on each course page. Promo Code for free classes: OURMARK
- Not only do you get the great course information, you create your own projects that get shared in the SkillShare site gallery.
With your help, they’re hoping to raise thousands of dollars for art and music education for kids. 100% of all the proceeds are being donated thanks to Levi’s.
Yoko Ono invites woman artists to take part in her art installation project and resulting book.
Details on the artist’s website:
Soundfjord | Call For Submissions | Visible Near Midnight RecordingVisible Near Midnight Recordings | Spring Open Call
SoundFjord’s Visible Near Midnight Recordings is looking to put out new works of sound art and genre bending works. The result, strictly limited edition, hand-made artefacts.
Drop them a line if you’d like to be considered, or if you have a specific work you’d like them to listen to (original/unreleased pieces please): email@example.com
Further information about the label: www.visiblenearmidnight.co.uk
Deadline: 21 June 2013 | 23:59
Please state your interest by emailing your contact details along with your performance CV to:info[at]soundfjord[dot]org[dot]uk
They are particularly interested in works of an experimental and research-based bias; those that inquire into language within sonic art practice; works researching acoustic ecology; and works exploring minimal sound.
Learn to teach and create your own art courses in the VASA Project workshops listed here.
Or take a course in sound art to expand your art-making practice.
CREATING SOUND ART is a new ONLINE course at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt).
You don’t have to be a student to enroll in this course. Expand your practice and knowledge of contemporary sound art.
In this course, create several sound art pieces of various types including audio art, text or graphic scores, sound installations, sound sculptures, and sound performance.
Plus experience numerous well-known works in the medium of sound art via audio, video and live participation.
For complete information about the course go to the course website:
This is a 1.5 college credit module offered through the Studio for Interrelated Media (SIM).
or you may register online through this link: http://pce.massart.edu/courses/spring/sim/index.shtml
Your art on wine bottle labels? A California winery is accepting submissions from artists to enter an art label contest. Hurry, the deadline is February 5th!
Sonik — an arts organization for sound art, new media, performance and video has a new call for artworks in all styles.
CaFE™ Call For Entry has made changes to their site that makes it easier for artists to upload images. Artists are no longer required to mask images to fit a square format as before. If you are not familiar with the site, they often list public art project calls for submissions.
Thinking of selling your art at a summer art fair? Now is the time to apply online to many 2012 spring and summer shows. It’s so easy to apply to more than one on the Juried Art Services site.
Submit your art to Turning Art–the NetFlix of art prints for the home.
CultureHall is accepting applications from artists until February 12th. CultureHall is a curated online resource visited by curators, gallerists and collectors. Accepted artists are able to list their portfolio free. The application for acceptance requires $35USD.
My first article is on a Cleveland sound artist, and titled: Cleveland: Chris Kulcsar- an Artist Who Uses Sound (If problems with the long link, try this short link: http://bit.ly/fcdSMG)
My second article, on a Pittsburgh sound artist, I titled– Pittsburgh: R. Weis – Compositions of Manipulated Sound (short link: http://bit.ly/gkZHfg)
My fourth article published: Germany: Light Art Photography
My fifth article published by Yahoo!
Jeanne Bessette–Painting the Human Element
I originally wrote the first four articles for the VASA project blog (http://vasa-project.com).
Since I am a member of a large group of primarily Pittsburgh artists, I put the word out that I would be writing on Pittsburgh artists working in video, photography, sound art, and digital art. The name R. Weis came up rather quickly. His fast response to my email and his enthusiasm for the article made it a pleasure to work with him, which inspired me to complete the article that same day.
For the GeneFree article, both artists graciously provided me with information and videos to view. Unfortunately, my mother died while I was working on the article, and so I had to attend to family matters. I ended up cutting my article on GeneFree short, and would have preferred to have written a lengthier article.
Working with all of the artists proved to be inspiring, and the articles flowed as I wrote them. I posted my articles to the VASA project blog with images and embedded videos. Yahoo! does not allow images unless the author of an article holds the copyright to the images, or has a license to use the images.
So, how do you get an article on your own art published? Perhaps the best way to get started is to connect with a regular contributor of an appropriate art site. Leave a comment on one of their article, then follow-up with an email. If you can’t find an email address for a contributor you would like to work with, leave your email address and site link in your comment. Some art news sites have a form for you to complete to request a feature on your art.
Marie Kazalia MarieKazalia@gmail.com
I just wrote and published an article on the work of Cleveland, Ohio sound artist Chris Kulcsar, that includes three embedded videos of his unusual sound and performance art. The article was also published on the VASA-project blog.
Cleveland: Chris Kulcsar – an artist who uses sound
“In my work I mash up seemingly separate multimedia elements with the intent of creating a body of work that implies a post-historical fabrication of coherence. This poses a problem as I am offered a dizzying array of outside sources to pull from.”
from Chris Kulcsar’s website http://www.chriskulcsar.com
Most of Chris Kulcsar’s life he’s made art and played music, but in just the last few years has made the leap to combining these two activities. While attending graduate school, with “the prodding of instructors and colleagues” Chris was made to realize that skills gained from his band life– recording, organizing events, performing– could be applied to his artistic practice.
Older technology, such as cassette tapes and players, as a medium interest him– “digital doesn’t distort well, but with analog the imperfections, hisses, pops, & distortions are all built into the process”.
Chris Kulcsar is also interested in technology as a cultural marker, he commented– “During the course of my installation at Spaces (Cleveland) I watched as patrons in their early 20’s struggled with the cassettes and the players. This was something I hadn’t anticipated and I’m still processing its deeper ramifications”.
“To interact with the tapes open all 3 in different windows and play and pause to make your own mix”.
Instructions found on Chris Kulcsar’s website.
Try it here, by clicking *play* on all three videos above.
“The panda project dealt with issues of identity and how people put on roles and attitudes. The basic idea is that panda’s don’t exist and they are actually people wearing panda suits. In ancient times the modern equivalent of stoners got together and created the panda idea/costume as a way to get away with being lazy . The have existed, almost as a cult, ever since. The project entailed drawings, videos, and performances. I abandoned the project in the summer of 2008 because I felt that pandas had become overly saturated in pop culture via the Beijing olympics and some kids cartoon. In the video in question that particular panda has found evangelical christianity and he’s giving it a test drive.”