Thanks to everyone who was able to assist the Netherlands Media Art Institute by responding to their survey targeted at curators, which I posted here. The NIMk received 172 responses, and have collated the results into a report that you can download in PDF format at the Culture Vortex website. I encourage you to browse the whole report, but thought […]

SIGNAL & NOISE MEDIA ART FESTIVAL 2010 Curator Submission Guidelines Download the application form here. Submission Deadline | January 15 2010 Festival Dates | May 27, 28, 29 2010 A/ All text materials must be submitted in digital and print copy. B/ Please label the front of your envelope with the media/discipline of work in your program C/ All preview […]

Call for Submissions Vidéographe: 2010-2011 Programming Deadline: Monday January 11, 2010 – 17h Vidéographe invites Canadian and Quebec artists, curators, art centres and galleries to submit proposals for video art programs and media arts exhibitions. Since its founding in 1998, the programming sector of Vidéographe has been devoted to promoting and exhibiting video art in its various forms and through […]

Where did March go? It’s time already for April’s Pick ‘N Mix: – To start, I’d like to point you in the direction of this great (and growing) online resource: Curators in Context. Arising from a series of events held in Canada in 2004 and 2005, this resource has transcripts, audio, and video of talks by curators on a wide […]

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Welcome to December’s Pick ‘N Mix! – First off, a project by Vienna-based curator Miriam Kathrein. Kathrein has been developing her artist vs curator/curator vs artist project since 2007, and the latest iteration of this project is being featured on The project is a vehicle for debate and visualisation that examines “…the relationship and shifting roles of artists and […]

Welcome to February’s Pick ‘N Mix, my monthly annotated list of interesting tidbits that have captured my attention recently. I found this post about the “Video Vortex: Curating Online Video” symposium in Amsterdam really interesting, especially towards the end where there is this quotation: “…there was a short panel discussion about the role of the curator. […] Hierarchies are changing […]

City Without Walls, (cWOW), New Jersey’s oldest alternative art space, is seeking a curator for its third annual 1800Frames exhibit, which features recently produced, independent, non-commercial one-minute videos. SCHEDULE. Show dates for 1800 Frames are December 7, 2006 – January 11, 2007. Curator selection and a call for work will be posted by mid-September. The curator’s final selection of approximately […]

Transmedia :29:59, the year-long programme of time-based art shown on a video billboard in Dundas Square in Toronto, is drawing to a close this month. It’s been a fascinating and somewhat turbulent year. The year of programming on the board started off really nicely with a terrific launch event, where myself and Pierluigi Vecchi (VJ Fluid) VJ’d live to the […]