The future of critical geographies

ENVISIONING THE FUTURE OF CRITICAL GEOGRAPHIES October 27-28, 2017 *Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA* Recent developments in U.S. political culture and government - occurring alongside similar political upsurges and reconfigurations in several other...

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Not Afraid of the Ruins

Not Afraid of the Ruins: Science Fiction and Utopian Imaginaries We are officially inviting submissions for a new collaborative writing project that combines critical perspectives and creative possibilities. Drawing inspiration from Uneven Earth...

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Exchange Values on the Table

EXCHANGE VALUES ON THE TABLE   ​A Social Sculpture on Global Trade and invisible lives, the Future of Work and the Future of the Human Being   ​ Frans Hals Museum / De Hallen, Haarlem, Holland In THE GLOBAL TABLE  curated by Abigail Winograd ​ 23 Sept 2017 - 7 Jan...

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Curating in the Dark

CURATING IN THE DARK LEE CAMPBELL Toynbee Studios 28 Commercial Street E1 6AB London UK THURSDAY 21 SEPTEMBER 2017 7.30pm. Free. CURATING IN THE DARK is a performance lecture curated by Dr Lee Campbell which explores the alternative realities created through visual...

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Horizons 2018 commissions

Art-Nature en Sancy Deadline : 12th November 2017, 5 PM Art grant: a grant totalling €8,000 including VAT will be given to each artist (or team) selected including €6.500 for artistic fees and €1.500 for rights of authors. Application form and all documents:...

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PLACE exploration

PLACE EXPLORATION. A RESIDENCY PROJECT CONVENED BY BRAM THOMAS ARNOLD WITH DAVIS&JONES. HOSTED AT KESTLE BARTON, LIZARD, CORNWALL. NOVEMBER 2017. DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 30/09/2017 EMAIL APPLICATIONS TO: place-exploration@mail.com *What is this? * PLACE...

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Fringe Arts Bath

 Interested in curating? Have an idea for an exhibition? Tell us about it, FaB might help you make it happen.The #FaB18 call-out to curators is open, deadline Fri 27/10/17 find out more here! Fringe Arts Bath Festival - Home - Call-out to curators for FaB Festival...

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Performance Philosophy and Sufism

*Performance Philosophy and Sufism* A two-day symposium hosted by the Centre for Performance Philosophy *Oct 6th-7th @ The University of Surrey* . A two-day symposium and workshop on relationships between contemporary performance philosophy and Sufism. This event is...

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Screenworks special issue

Call for Practice – Screenworks special issue: Digital Ecologies and the Anthropocene This special issue of Screenworks, the online publication of practice-research in film and screen media, invites all practice researchers with an interest in Digital Ecologies and...

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Devon Guild – Exec. Director

Executive Director The Devon Guild of Craftsmen is seeking an outstanding individual with strong leadership and management skills to drive forward the strategic, artistic and operational development of the organisation. You will be passionate and knowledgeable about...

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Earth Matters (on stage)

Earth Matters on Stage New Play Festival & Symposium April 20-22, 2018 Hosted by the Department of Theatre and Dance, University of Alaska Anchorage www.earthmattersonstage.org CALL FOR PAPERS AND PROPOSALS Deadline for Submissions is November 30, 2017 “The...

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Biophilia and Beauty

Biophilia and Beauty Emma Robertson Over the last three years, I have sought to develop work in new ways in order to offer an alternative discourse to the overwhelming pessimism of climate change debates. Taking my artwork out of the frame, and then off the wall, into...

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Staging Atmospheres

Staging Atmospheres – Theatre and the Atmospheric Turn The Department of Drama at Queen Mary University of London is pleased to announce Staging Atmospheres – Theatre and the Atmospheric Turn a two-day conference and workshop, Friday 8th and Saturday 9th December...

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Alternative maps

Maps of the earth might be the most ubiquitous and recognizable type of map, but they also might be the most misleading and the most contested. There is the technical matter of projecting the planet, a three-dimensional object, onto the representational space of a...

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Sound for Artwork w/shop

Charlotte CHW Micro Residency & Sound for Artwork Workshop, FOLKESTONE 22/09 Multidisciplinary Artist, Performer and Facilitator Charlotte CHW will be embarking on a short residency to explore new work in sound, installation and Live Art at Performance Space's new...

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Dorset Coastal Connections commission

Dorset Coastal Connections – People & Places West Bay Artist Brief   Exciting opportunity for an artist/urban designer to work as part of an engineering team and other regeneration developments in West Bay, Dorset, UK. Summary Dorset Coast Forum (DCF) are...

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Body, Space & Technology

CALL FOR ARTICLES, REVIEWS, REPORTS, VISUAL ARTWORKS. SONIC ARTWORKS AND PERFORMANCES Body, Space & Technology, now in its seventeenth year of publication, is an on-line interdisciplinary, innovative refereed journal that welcomes submissions from all aspects of...

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Jon Schueler Scholarship

JON SCHUELER SCHOLARSHIP, VISUAL ARTIST IN RESIDENCE Visual Arts Residency / Sabhal Mòr Ostaig - National Centre for Gaelic Language, Culture and the Arts, Isle of Skye, Scotland. Applications for the 2018 International  Jon Schueler Scholarship are now open. Closing...

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Nourish 2017

Nourish 2017 Saturday 30 September – Sunday 1 October, Humber Street Gallery, Hull. Cost: £20 includes food & refreshments. Book here. Nourish is Yorkshire and Humber Visual Arts Network (YVAN)'s programme of curated conversations with the region's visual arts...

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Writing about Contemporary Artists

Registration is now open for the conference ‘Writing About Contemporary Artists: Challenges, Practices, and Complexities’, to be held at the University of Surrey, 20-22 October 2017. Please register at the conference website:...

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The Tale

AN ADVENTUROUS ARTS EVENT FOR EXPLORERS OF ALL AGES The Tale unfolds across the stunning landscape of Torbay, South Devon this September. A unique kind of arts trail, The Tale guides you on a journey of discovery around the coast of Torbay – from the streets of...

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Transition Town Totnes arts meeting

Announcing the first meeting for Arts and Creativity Transition Town Totnes (ACTTT), a new space for sharing our ideas and skills,  and seeing how together we can make the world turn. The Mansion, Fore Street, Totnes, Studio 1 (1st floor) at 7:00-9:00pm on Thurs 28th...

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Emerging Identities in the Future of Places

Emerging Identities in the Future of Places: Neo-cultures, Place Multi-mediation and Intersubjectivities How is the development of future places in cities shaping new place-based identities, defined by the intertwined and entangled nature of socio-cultural, technical...

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Wetlands special edition + conference

Submit a paper for consideration in a special feature of Wetlands and for a symposium in the 2018 SWS Annual Meeting Wetlands have been at the center of human evolution and the development of this planet’s diverse cultures.  Without water we would not exist.  While...

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In Other Tongues @ Dark Mountain

IN OTHER TONGUES: CREATING A VESSEL by Richard Povall 30th August, 2017 Today Dark Mountain has uploadedthe sixth and final instalment of our series about learning to listen to the myriad other voices beyond the human. Inspired by In Other Tongues, a three-day...

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Artist-led walks (NYC)

Dates for Upcoming Walks I hope you are enjoying the last days of summer! In order to transition smoothly into the fall, I'll be holding a series of walks based on Forest Bathing and other walking practices in the upcoming weeks. These walks are gentle immersions...

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A&E collective publication

A&E Collective Publication A&E Collective Deadline: 15 October 2017 at 23:55 Seeking submissions for the first publication of A&E, a collective focussing on art and ecology. OPEN CALL: A&E is a new collective focussing on critical art and ecology...

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Ecologies and meaning of loss

IN OTHER TONGUES: ECOLOGIES OF MEANING AND LOSS by Wendy Wheeler The fifth in a series of blogs at Dark Mountain in response to art.earth's In Other Tongues event this past June. 25th August, 2017 Today we bring you the penultimate instalment of our series about...

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Transhumanism

A new publication from University of Minnesota Press http://www.combinedacademic.co.uk/transhumanism [cid:3560CD16-169F-40CC-B5BF-30EA4D6AE83F] Transhumanism: Evolutionary Futurism and the Human Technologies of Utopia Andrew Pilsch "I know of no other work that...

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Treefold (somewhere-nowhere)

From Harriet and Rob Fraser... The Long View somewhere-nowhere     The sun’s light on the treefold gives it a softness, a pale glory. The range of greys and browns and whites in this ordered arrangement of limestone chunks are of this land and, here, in this...

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Pigsty

Hello, IEA members and friends, It’s my pleasure to share a new addition to Language & Ecology.  “Pigsty” by Gazelle Buchholtz is now available in the Creative Works section at ecolinguistics-association.org/journal .  Ms. Buchholtz has a Master of Science,...

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The Great War Horse

The Great War Horse Celebrating 10 years of the National Theatre co-production with Handspring Puppet Company  15th & 16th September 2017 Canterbury, UK Call for papers: In 2017, War Horse, the landmark collaboration between London’s National Theatre and South...

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