Monthly Archives: May 2012
Chicago Arts Archive writer Tempestt Hazel has chosen Krista Franklin as the first interviewee to be featured in the new curatorial interview series “Black to the Future.”
Centrally located in the heart of Kreuzberg, THE WYE is Berlin’s newest international art institution. Housed in 20,000 square feet of the iconic Skalitzer Post building, THE WYE offers creative professionals across all artistic disciplines the opportunity to take advantage of spacious private studios, significant public exposure, direct access to a community of peers, and a host of career opportunities.
The New Media Festival Los Angeles is to be presented in conjunction with the Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles (DFFLA), the Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk and hosted at L.A. Center for Digital Art, the Million Dollar Theater, the Downtown Independent Theatre and other nearby locations.
The Print Fellows will assist the studio coordinator in the production of the center’s and department’s printed promotional materials, the center’s publications, any workshop or class-related printing, and in performing some aspects of general studio maintenance.
Prospectives ’12 International Festival of Digital Art highlights the work of graduate and Phd candidates working across all disciplines utilizing experimental digital media in their creative endeavors.
Application forms for summer 2012 now being accepted; Deadline to apply is May 29.
Events during the May 26–July 15 run of The Dream House Collection OR Tales of Narrow Escape: A Sculptural Novel include a series of live narrative readings.
Drew Matott (MFA 2008) based Peace Paper on an expansion of his thesis idea that became Combat Paper.
With the announcement of winning a CAAP grant award, the June 2 CD-release event at Schuba’s for Wooden Rings just became a double celebration.
Ekinci’s new work is part of the Culture Shocked show at Design Cloud Gallery, a multi-media event designed to take viewers completely out of their element…