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10.24.14
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On Sunday, November 30, 2014 at 5:00 p.m., the annual International Contemporary Art Exhibition will be launched at the prestigious art gallery, Le Logge, in the historical town of Assisi UNESCO World Heritage Site. The exhibition, which will run through the
11.04.12
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International Conference "Fundraising for Arts and Cultural Organizations: Strategies in the Changing World" December 17 - 21, 2013 Leitring bei Leibnitz, Austria The conference is inviting fundraisers, arts managers, arts consultants, arts entrepreneurs, grant writing consultants, producers, sponsorship managers,
07.28.11
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Hello, I'm Jess. I'm an indie author/artist/poet/non-conformist ;) As a writer, it has always been a passion and purpose of mine to challenge the status quo. I'm always eager to cross-promote with other writers/artists/etc., in the form of Q&A's or discussions
02.26.11
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Location Arte Studio Ginestrelle, in the Regional Park of Mount Subasio, Assisi - Italy Open Call! Ginestrelle provides the prefect milieu for international groups of artists already involved in a joint project to work together. The residency will provide an
11.12.10
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"That's how I come to see him before he sees me. He's leaning against a tree, like part of the forest himself in his green tunic, his brown leather boots. As I watch, he closes his eyes as if summoning some
11.08.10
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The final collective exhibition of all the works created during ”Ginestrelle Artists in residency 2010-2011″ will be shown in Assisi at the prestigious art gallery “Sala Pinacoteca”, November 25 - December 2, 2010. Opening 25 November at 4:30 p.m. info marina.merli@alice.it tel. +39.075.802336 mobile
10.20.10
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by Arty
My collaborator Joshua, an installation artist, and I will be attending the 'Practicing Theory Conference' at the University of Amsterdam in March 2011! Joshua will be a speaker at the conference and we are also hoping to hook up with some fellow
06.01.10
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Brian Conn’s debut novel is called The Fixed Stars: Thirty-Seven Emblems for the Perilous Season. It is such a singular achievement that I would urge him to never publish another novel again – or at least to do so under a
06.01.10
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The prose of Joanna Ruocco’s remarkable debut novel The Mothering Coven is so exuberant and thoroughly enlivening in its contagious and cheeky love for the mutability of language’s meanings that its plot often seemed to serve a subsidiary role to its
05.27.10
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Kim Gek Lin Short has written a beguiling and entirely enthralling collection of related prose poems; it is so unusual and provocative in its subtle oddities that I wonder how aware she is of what she’s done. This is always a
05.27.10
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It seems a fairly uncontroversial claim to make that, during the nigh-interminable four weeks between the announcement of this year's Pulitzer Prize winners and last week's second edition of the recipient of its award for Fiction, Tinkers was the most widely sought-after
05.26.10
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Earlier this week, the wonderful Triple Canopy announced the recipients of its first round of commissions. As would be expected from such a curious and consistently invigorating enterprise as Triple Canopy, the projects all sound invariably fascinating; the full list of recipients
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