Are blogs the future for arts coverage? It’s a good question to find out the answer check out this article written by Kate Feld, a editor and blogger of Manchizzle, featured on the Creative Times website.
Generator is the latest project by London based publicly-funded visual arts organisation ARTQUEST which has taken on an ambitious endeavour to enable anyone to fund creative projects through an online fundraising platform called WeDidThis. Through the website We Did This, lots of people are about to contribute small amounts of money to help fund the projects they like [...]
. The Deadline for receiving proposals is 24th February 2011. To coincide with the Olympics in London in 2012, Watermans is pleased to announce a unique opportunity to present a series of groundbreaking installations exploring interactivity and participation in New Media and Digital Art. This year long project proposes to showcase the work of distinguished [...]
Lighthouse Art, an arts agency in South East England, is calling all artists along with scientists and doctors to be part of Laboratory Life, which they describe as “a unique art and science workshop gathering.” Application deadline is MONDAY 20 DECEMBER 2010. Download the application or go to the website for more information.
We were lucky enough to get Nathan Mathias, Academic, Software Engineer, Startup Consultant and Charity Executive, to take time out of his very busy schedule to answer some of our questions. He just recently helped to set up the successful and inspiring Web/Art/Science Camp that took place 6th November at Great Western Studios. CF: Tell [...]
Thanks to the good people of Creative Culture Education for writing up a concise and straight forward summary of the Art Council England’s new strategic framework for the arts and art funding. As result the new open-application system invites all organizations to apply online: Applications must be received by 10am on 24 January 2011 and [...]
We are very proud to announce the 2010 Web/Art/Science Camp is coming up on the 6th November at Great Western Studios! Today we had a great conversation with Nathan J. Matias, one of the team behind W/A/S camp, who explained some of the aims and context: to make cool things together, show off our work, [...]
Two interesting looking related opportunities from the amazing MUF here to make an impact on the areas surrounding the 2012 olympics. We got hold of these by being registered on the unwieldy and corporate-facing ‘compete for’ website: www.competefor.com. Register for more exciting and awkwardly phrased opportunities…. Anyway, the nuts and bolts of these commissions, with acronyms and [...]