60×60 is calling for works for its tenth performance season!
Vox Novus is inviting composers/sound artists to submit recorded works 60
seconds or less in length to be included in its tenth annual 60×60
project. 60 compositions will be selected to be played continuously in a
60×60 is a one-hour-long show made by sequencing 60 pre-recorded pieces
by 60 different composers, each piece a minute in length or shorter.
Highlighting the work of a great many composers, 60×60 testifies to the
vibrancy of contemporary composition by present a diverse array of
styles, aesthetics, and techniques being used today (
http://www.60×60.com ). 60×60 has received thousands of submissions from
over 30 countries, produced radio shows, created multimedia and
multidisciplinary events, and released several albums.
During the concert each of the 60 pieces selected will begin precisely at
the beginning of the minute, this will mark the end of one piece and the
beginning of another. There will be no pause between the pieces. Works
may be less than 60 seconds in length, but may not exceed 60 seconds.
Works selected that are less than 60 seconds long will be “padded” with
silence either before, after, or surrounding the composition. Please note
that the total duration of the work including silence may NOT exceed
The 60×60 project’s definition of a record work is as follows: any work
created as a musical composition which is captured on recorded media,
which does not require live performers for its production in broadcast at
concert halls, radio, multi-media, etc. Its creation can include but not
limited to acoustic instruments, voice, environmental sources, and
computer (Sampling, MAX MSP, MIDI, C Sound, ProTools, etc.)
All works submitted should be with the understanding that it is their
recording that is of prime importance and is what will be used to
determine its selection.
60×60 is a project of “signature works” and short works created
specifically for the 60×60 project. Excerpts of larger works are strongly
discouraged. Works generated from procedures (i.e. mathematical matrices,
organizational systems, or computer programs,) remixed works, or themes
and motives recomposed from other of the composer’s own work are
In addition to the 60×60 International Mix, Vox Novus is planning to
create at least 10 mixes to celebrate 60×60’s tenth call for works.
Planned mixes include the Canada Mix, Athena Mix, UnTwelve Mix, UK Mix,
Northeast Mix, Europe Mix, Presenters Mix, and more.
The call is open to composers of any nationality, age, or career stage.
Deadline for 60 second compositions for 60×60 is May 31, 2012.
There is no admission fee.
All submissions must be uploaded online at:
Audio submissions must be in either FLAC, AIFF or WAV file format.
Multiple submissions are accepted from a single composer/sound artist;
however, only one submission will be allowed per email address submitted.
All submissions must be uploaded by May 31st, 2012 – 12:00 Midnight
Works selected for the 2012 60×60 project will be announced on September
Composer will be notified of the results by email or they can visit:
The Shreveport Regional Arts Council (SRAC) is seeking proposals from Northwest Louisiana photographers for the Christmas in the Sky Photographer, who will photograph the Sponsors of the Shreveport Regional Arts Council’s biennial fundraising event. Deadline to submit is April 18th. Click here for guidelines.
The Shreveport Regional Arts Council (SRAC) on behalf of the City of Shreveport is seeking proposals from Northwest Louisiana Artists to design and fabricate temporary public artworks that will jumpstart the transformation of a neglected, 9-block area in the western part of downtown into Shreveport’s first artists’ driven Cultural Community, SHREVEPORT COMMON. Click here for GUIDELINES!
The Pollock-Krasner Foundation makes grants to painters, sculptors, and other visual artists working in two-dimensional media (excluding photographers) who demonstrate artistic merit and financial need. Grants are intended for a one-year time period.
For complete information on how to apply, visit www.pkf.org/grant.html.
In house deadline April 9, 2012
Public Art Chattanooga is seeking proposals for a monumental sculpture for temporary placement on a grassy lot at the corner of West Main Street and Broad Street in downtown Chattanooga’s burgeoning Southside district. The sculpture will be on view for two years from June 2012 to June 2014. The artist will receive a $20,000 stipend.
For more information, please click here.
Deadline June 1, 2012
Show opens July 13, 2012
Jury Fee: $35
The Art Melt is the largest multi-media, juried exhibit in the state of Louisiana. Now in its 9th year, the Art Melt strives to promote professional artists throughout the state of Louisiana while providing an opportunity for the public to experience the best of local fine art, music, performing arts, and culinary creation. This show is open to Louisiana resident artists only. The Art Melt 2012 will take place in downtown Baton Rouge, LA at the Shaw Center for the Arts on Saturday, July 14th from 5-10pm. All artwork accepted to the competition will hang in the Shaw Center Gallery and remain up and open to the public for 3 weeks following the event.
For more information, please visit www.artmelt.org
Dance Artist Teacher -Full Time Position, K-5 Lusher Charter School,
BFA Dance, MFA or MA in Dance Education
Minimum 3 years teaching experience in K-5 dance program
Performance and choreographic background experience with children’s dance companies.
Knowledge and background in Arts Integration across the curriculum.
Professional experience performing, choreographing and collaborating with musicians and other artists.
For more information, please email Kathy firstname.lastname@example.org
3 Ring Circus Arts & Education Center is a multi-use Arts, Music, Education and Special Event venue. The organization presents Visual Arts, Film, and Music from emerging artists at the Big Top, a family friendly venue in the Central City neighborhood of New Orleans. Also, the organization is a leader in presenting Arts Education programs for Children and Youth.
Manager duties include:1. Develop and Manage creative self-sustaining Art Education Programs.
2. Develop and Manage the Special Event (Rentals, Private events) Revenue stream of 3 Ring Circus Arts & Education Center.
3. Develop and Manage the Programmatic Calendar of Events (Live Music, Theatre, Community events etc.)
4. Develop a Fundraising and sponsorship strategy from local, regional and national government, corporate, foundation, and individuals. Cultivate prospects and build repeat annual donor relationships.
5. Assist with the Curating of the monthly Arts shows.
6. Report to the Executive Committee on activities, programs, and issues.
Monthly Stipend pending experience
10% of Special Event Sales
Funding for Music: Guitar Center
The Guitar Center Music Foundation’s mission is to support nonprofit music programs across America that offer instruction so that more people can experience the joys of making music. The Foundation accepts grant applications from music academies, schools, local music programs, and national music programs that teach people of any age who would not otherwise have the opportunity to make music. Online applications may be submitted at any time and are reviewed three times per year. For more information, and a link to the online application, please visithttp://www.guitarcentermusicfoundation.org/grants/index.cfm?sec=info
Funding: Southern Arts Foundation Touring
SAF Touring Grants: The Southern Arts Federation in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts offers Southern Fast Track Touring grants. This program, through its rolling deadline, is designed to offer Southern presenters more opportunities throughout the year to apply for fee support. Aimed at smaller presenters, the Southern Fast Track Touring program seeks to establish an active arts environment in underserved communities. This program offers fee support to present performing artists and writers from outside the presenter’s state. These grants are limited to presenting organizations with operating budgets of $100,000 or less. Applications must be postmarked 60 days prior to the project start date. The maximum request is 50% of the artist fee, up to $2,500. Touring support is awarded to theatre, music, opera, musical theatre, literary, and dance projects that contain both a public performance or reading AND an educational component. For more information, please see: http://www.southarts.org
Deadline May 11, 2012
JAA and JIA Arts Commission are seeking artists to develop and submit site specific artwork proposals for the Courtyard Restroom Fin Wall and two Water Fountain Surrounds within JIA, which is centrally located within JIA between the Haskell Gallery and the Sky Gallery. This will be a focal point of the courtyard, which is JIA’s most heavily traveled area, with nearly six million passengers per year. JAA and JIA Arts Commission expect that a signature work of art will create a memorable experience for all who visit Jacksonville. Budget: $75,000
For the complete RFQ & I:
Deadline: Monday, January 30, 2012
The Philanthropy Film Award includes a $5,000 prize to the film that best captures the impact of philanthropy on North Louisiana. The winning film will be picked by a jury of five individuals from the film and arts industry and the local community. The top three films will be screened at the Robinson Film Center in April 2012. Download Guidelines and information from The Community Foundation website at http://www.nlacf.org/?page=FilmAward
The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities seeks a talented Associate Media Editor to join our creative team in producing KnowLA – The Online Encyclopedia of Louisiana History and Culture, and Louisiana Cultural Vistas, an award-winning quarterly arts and culture magazine in print for 23 years. This person will assist the Senior Media Editor with a variety of responsibilities, including researching and acquiring archival media, editing digital content, and entering metadata. Some familiarity with content management systems is required. The ideal candidate should be able to manage high-volume digital work flows for graphic, audio and video content, and should be proficient in digital imaging and editing with Adobe Photoshop and Final Cut Pro. A BA or BFA in digital media/new media/ photography or communications is preferred and recent graduates will be considered. While some foundational knowledge of Louisiana’s history and culture is a plus, a sincere interest is essential. Salary range: mid 30s.
Please send a cover letter and resume to Andrea Ferguson, Senior Media Editor; The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, 938 Lafayette St., Ste. 300, New Orleans, LA 70113 or email@example.com. Please include â€œAssociate Media Editorâ€ in the subject line.