You are Invited: Artist Patricia Johanson’s New Land Art Project

Photographer : Adam Isaac Hiscock

 

We’re happy to share images and an invitation to the new Sego Lily Dam land art project of artist Patricia Johanson in Sugar House Park, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

Patricia says, “The project is five blocks long, so impossible to photograph (in its entirety).  It continues under the highway, and through a “canyon” that is the spillway for the dam.  In the opposite direction, the stem is a trail, but also the path of flash floods, and at the end of that is the “Lily” root-bulb overlooking a creek (Parley’s Creek).”

 

 

SLC Lily Roads

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Queens Museum of Art Open Call + Projects

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Artists, the Open Call and the e-flux projects are worth investigating via the links below:

Open Call: Projects for the Museum of Arte Útil

Submission deadline:
February 15, 2013

Read the full Open call here.

www.arteutil.net
www.queensmuseum.org
www.vanabbemuseum.nl
www.taniabruguera.com

ef_logo_small.gif (311 East Broadway, New York, NY 10002, USA)  has two interesting artist participation projects—the Time Bank Project , you can register for onlineand Pawn Shop Project which began in 2008. e-flux is promoting the Pawn Shop Project on their website like this:

YOU AN ARTIST IN NEED OF FAST CASH?

PAWNSHOP

Forget gallery hassles—GET CASH NOW! High! Fast! Immediate cash payments! Come on down today!

Starting this fall, e-flux’s storefront in New York’s Chinatown will operate as a pawn shop, its inventory comprised of artworks, bought and sold.

 

New: Calls + Opportunities for Artists

ZKU will open its doors for residents in June 2012. Located in a former railway depot surrounded by a newly landscaped public park

 

INTERNATIONAL CALL:  RESIDENCY IN ZKU BERLIN

ZK/U Berlin
Siemensstrasse, 27-49
10551 Berlin
Germany
http://www.zku-berlin.org/apply

ZKU (Zentrum fuer Kunst und Urbanistik / Center for Art and Urbanistics) announces its first OPEN CALL for residencies in Berlin for artists, scholars and practitioners (curators, activists, autodidacts etc.) interested in cross-disciplinary theory and practice dealing with the city.

ZKU has been founded by parts of Berlin-based artists‘ collective KUNSTrePUBLIK, offering residencies for artistic practice at the interface of urban research.

Please check out the website www.zku-berlin.org

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Open Network, will focus on the new ways art bypasses the middlemen of yesterday (gallerists, museums, and critics) and goes straight to the users of today, who in turn are able to reply immediately. And through this concept Cirrus is holding an open call for submissions that extends to visual artists in all forms and media and writers interested in developing catalogue essays for its past exhibitions.

Open Network runs from March 10th to May 5th 2012
www.oncenowexhibition.com
www.cirrusgallery.com

Cirrus Gallery
542 S. Alameda St.
Los Angeles, Ca 90013

Cirrus History:
Print visionary Jean Milant founded Cirrus Editions and Cirrus Gallery, originally located in Hollywood, in January 1970.

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Nectar Magazine is a fine art publication that is currently looking for submissions for the theme “Most of Us Die.” All styles of art and writing accepted.

Deadline is June 1, 2012   visit http://nectarnectar.com/submit/ for submission guidelines.

Submission is free! Nectar Magazine is produced by the Sante Fe University of Art & Design in New Mexico, USA

Italian Artist Aurora Mazzoldi: Giclee Fine Art Prints of Her Paintings

Italian artist Aurora Mazzoldi has exhibited her paintings in US galleries. She wanted to expand Giclee print sales of her paintings into the US, but where and how could she do this easily?  I agreed to accept and stock her prints for sales in the Transmedia Artist Amazon Pro Store, bypassing issues such as delays in shipping and receipt of prints purchased by Amazon customers.

Agatha & Audrey, by Aurora Massoldi

Chloe, by Aurora Massoldi

Emma, by Aurora Mazzoldi

Jane, by Aurora Massoldi

Options 2011 Call for Artist Entries

Washington Project for the Arts (WPA) is a non‐profit organization that has been in existence since 1975.

Their 15th biennial exhibition of emerging and unrepresented artists is titled  OPTIONS 2011. The WPA Call For Entries is for work in all media, including installation, performance and new media, from
artists from the Mid‐Atlantic region of the USA–including Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: Monday, June 20, 2011 at midnight   EXHIBITION DATES: September 15 – October 29, 2011

LOCATION: Downtown DC    PerksA catalogue will be produced to accompany the exhibition. Participating artists will receive a $300 stipend.

No Fee/ ONLINE SUBMISSION: http://wpadc.org/exhibitions/Options2011_submit.html