Protest project

Personal Service Announcement project is a way “to use art as a tool to push thinking on how we feel we have access to the government. Or don’t have access.” For the project, Emily Squires she is marching on Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the executive mansion holding signs that proclaim just about any sort … Continue reading

Oxford, OH; Kinetics Fest April 1st

The Oxford Kinetics Festival is coming up Sunday April 1, 12-3pm at Millett hall. Plans for this year are bigger and better, reaching out to the university, the town and the region, and we hope you will all be able to join us for a great time. We are once again in need of volunteers … Continue reading

Seeking Visiting Lecturers

Vincennes University, Jasper Campus in Jasper, IN is seeking visiting lecturers for their Art History course schedule. Lecturers are asked to respond to the following topics: 19-Mar  Photography and/or Graphic Design and Illustration 26-Mar  Sculpture 2-Apr  Architecture; Environmental Design and/or Installation 9-Apr  The Ancient Mediterranean Worlds (Open to other Subject/ Medium) 16-Apr  Conceptual Art and/ … Continue reading

Flux Project’s Atlanta

Deadline for Submission: February 29, 2012 Notification: April 30, 2012 Event: Saturday, October 6, 2012 Overview: Flux Projects supports artists in creating innovative temporary public art throughout Atlanta. The highlight of our year is FLUX, a one-night event modeled on other international celebrations such as Toronto’s Nuit Blanche. FLUX fills the streets and empty spaces … Continue reading

Oxford Kinetics Fest

The Event Sunday April 1st, 2012, 12-3pm. No foolin’ Where? Produced by MAKETANK in conjunction with the Oxford Community Arts Center The Exhibition 12-3pm Regional and invited artists, students and makers show off their mad skills. Sculptures, Robots, Devices and more… The Scramble 1-1:30pm Entry Form The Scramble is part parade, part race, part obstacle … Continue reading

ROY G BIV (Columbus non-profit) fundraiser

This event supports one of the few independently run non-profit gallery spaces of Columbus, Ohio.  If you’re around the even will include live music, free food, and a great exhibition.  Tickets run either $10-15 depending on when you want to get there.  Purchase tickets at event, at the gallery ahead of time, or by contacting … Continue reading