Please find below information regarding submissions of for the Art and Photographic Exhibition during the 2008 Humanitarian Media Foundation International Film/Media Festival & Conference (December 10-14, 2008, NYC, Tribeca Cinemas, Gallery & event spaces).
- Art/Photography Submissions begin Wednesday, May 28, 2008. (Deadline August 1, 2008)
For further information, please see http://www.humanitarianmedia.org.
On June 7th, 2008 over 6,000 artists around the world will do what they enjoy most - draw.
The goal for Drawing Day is simple - to create enough drawings to make some noise worldwide for the sake of art. 2008 is the first year of this initiative and the goal is 1 million drawings. The idea for Drawing Day was hatched by a small but passionate group of individuals who love illustration and art and knew the web would be a great platform… Continue
I decided to give my self a senior thesis on the fact that no one at L.M.U would ever care to give their seniors a thesis worth while. It was a project that I took on for the AIGA LMU chapter that was going to display students art/design work. I love editorial design, so this was such a treat to work on "like I needed more on my plate this spring" Anyways the magazine turned out super. 6" x 6" Avant 360 issue 2.… Continue
BAG offers a variety of Artist-In-Residency Programs.
Our communal studio space allows us to provide you with the cheapest studio space in New York.
This comes with 24/7 access
Lots of windows and color correct lighting
Access to discounted figure drawing sessions twice a week, Workshops and Artist Critiques
Access to health insurance
Easily accessable by F-M-R-G trains
Our friends over that Brooklyn Museum have created another fascinating exhibition called "Click! A Crowd-Curated Exhibition" It's a photography exhibition that invites Brooklyn Museum’s visitors, the online community, and the general public to participate in the exhibition process.
I have been MIA the last month or so going through a lot of personal stuff, but fear not, I have not forgotten you. Thank you for your emails of love and friendship. I appreciate them more than you will ever know. I will get back to my normally scheduled debauchery during the next couple of weeks. I did want to remind you that even though the text part of my blog may not be updated, my podcast are almost daily. So if you… Continue
Every Now And Then, at the The Carmichael Gallery in CA, will include BAP's own Josh Heilaman and Chad Mount aka tribalbot, along with Thaїs Beltrame, Jonathan Edelhuber, and Mehgan Trice in show where color and medium function as clues to the vast spectrum of human emotion.
Josh and Chad have been brooklynartproject.com members practically since we started, and we're proud to see them succeed. They're both incredibly… Continue
Goethe: A Writer of the First Rank (Satis Shroff, Freiburg)
Johann Wolfgang Goethe, who was lifted to nobility as J. W.von Goethe in 1782, was born on August 28, 1749 in the town of Frankfurt. The Goethes lived in a large, comfortable house in the Hirschgasse, now called Goethe Haus. Besides practical, scientific and autobiographical… Continue
Added by Satis Shroff on May 6, 2008 at 4:29am —
Odd news I had a booth at the alternative art show in Lemoyne, Pa. and showed my paintings and other works. I proved a point! Some people here locally refused to show 2 of my peices because they thought the people in the area would be in an uproar. The peice labeled "to be... " and the peice labeled "Mystique". Strangely enough everyone was cool with them and the parents did not go running out of the building with their kids. They actually appreciated that it was art and not… Continue