Archive for March, 2009

International Project Development Workshop
Open call for collaborators for the INTERACTIVOS? LIMA’09: Magic and technology advanced project development workshop (Lima, April 13 - 28, 2009). The aim is to build software pieces and interactive installations which propose a rethinking of the usual scenario in magic tricks.

Collaborators can join any of the developing teams that will carry out the selected proposals, depending on their particular interests and skills, thus contributing with their knowledge and skills and at the same time learning from the other group members and from the leading tutors (Julian Oliver, Clara Boj, Diego Díaz, and Kiko Mayorga).
Collaborators’ profile: artists, magicians, engineers, musicians, programmers, designers, architects, hackers, psychologists, or any other person interested in presenting a project on this topic.

The call is open to collaborators from international and local spheres. More information and online submission form:
*Deadline for collaborators: April 7, 2009
*Workshop dates: April 13 - 28, 2009
Venue: Escuelab (Lima, Peru)
Organizers: Medialab-Prado (Madrid, Spain) and the Cultural Center of Spain in Lima - AECID (Lima, Peru)

Bio Tech Workshop

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

As a part of the Biotech Art  Revisited Project (9 April - 2 May) the Experimental Art Foundation has organized a workshop titled Vital micro-ecologies: splice, dice, duplicate. The workshop, led by the South Australian biotech artist Niki Sperou and hosted by the Department of Medical Biotechnology at Flinders University, will serve as a theoretical and practical introduction in the creation of biotech art.

applying Applications are now invited from artists interested in participating. In an email addressed to [email protected] with the subject line Biotech Art Workshop, tell us in no more than 200 words why you want to attend the workshop & what you hope to get from it etc. Also send a 1 page CV.

Application deadline is Thursday 12th March c.o.b

location & costs Participation in the workshop is free but places are limited. The EAF is not able to provide assistance for travel or accommodation. Participants will need to travel to Flinders University, Sturt Rd, Bedford Park. Buses leave regularly from the CBD and the trip takes approximately 30 minutes.

Beijing Da Art Space

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

Beijing Da Art Space
Contact E-Mail: [email protected]
Beijing Da Art Space has more than 20 studios for visual artists   residencies in the art district of Beijing. Their aim is to provide international visual artists (also including art organization/group, filmmaker/s, dancer/s, writer/s, etc.) with affordable rental rates to studio residency program. For further details visit the website.