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15. 12. 14

WINDOW HORSES: Interview with Ann Marie Fleming and Sandra Oh

While in residence as a ResSupport Fellow at Akademie Schloss Solitude, Katherine Kennedy interviewed former fellow of the Akademie, Ann Marie Fleming, and actress Sandra Oh about their upcoming feature length animation 'WINDOW HORSES'. Created by Fleming and starring/co-produced by Oh, the story follows Rosie Ming - a Canadian poet...

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15. 12. 14

The Jamaica Observer shares ‘Ebony G Patterson makes statement’

Richard Johnson writes for the Jamaica Observer about visual artist Ebony G. Patterson's work, currently on display at Devon House as part of the 2014 Jamaica Biennial presented by the National Gallery of Jamaica. The biennial will run until March 15, 2015. Read the article below: MAKING the invisible visible. That's...

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15. 12. 14

The Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts presents ‘Blurred Lines’ and ‘The Harrowing of Hell’

The Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts, St. Croix, is excited to announce their two new exhibitions, 'Blurred Lines' and 'The Harrowing of Hell'; a group exhibition featuring the work of St. Croix artists John Obafemi Jones, Gail Widmer, and Niarus Walker, and a multimedia installation by Kevin Rames respectively. Both...

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14. 12. 14

Call for submissions: AFRIKADAA N°9 “Anthropologismes”

AFRIKADAA Magazine shares a call for submissions for its ninth issue titled "Anthropologismes," which will be about questioning the current relation between art and anthropology. When anthropology meets art: today, many contemporary artists from the Southern worlds work with the (re) appropriation of anthropological patterns. They do so by subverting the...

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14. 12. 14

The Huffington Post shares ‘Hope Lives Here: Art and Nature Breathe New Life Into Downtown Kingston’

Kirk Anthony-Hamilton writes for the Huffington Post about the attempts to revitalize downtown Jamaica through the social intervention initiatives Paint Jamaica and Plant Jamaica. Both projects, centered around Fleet Street, aim to not only transform and beautify the area, but dispel the negative stigma through community engagement and sustainable projects...

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13. 12. 14

Tavares Strachan’s Commission for Prospect.3: Notes For Now – You belong here

Prospect.3: Notes for Now shares Tavares Strachan's large scale floating sculpture as part of the P.3 biennial, which is now on view from October 25, 2014 to January 25, 2015 in New Orleans. The artist’s contribution to Prospect.3 exists as a declarative statement, a performance, a sculpture and a form of community...

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12. 12. 14

International Center of Photography Accepting applications for MFA and Certificate programs

The International Center of Photography (ICP-Bard) is now accepting applications for its MFA program in Advanced Photographic Studies and  certificate programs. Study with the world's leading photography institution; ICP students have access to state-of-the-art facilities and the latest equipment, as well as an international community of educators, photographers, artists, and...

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