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Artistic Interventions II: “Artistic Interventions and Education as Critical Practice” (Salzburg, April 4th and 5th, 2014)

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As continuation of the symposium series “Artistic Interventions. Collaborative and self-organized practices. With a focus on anti-racist and feminist perspectives” held in autumn 2013, we are organizing for the current semester, a symposium on “Artistic Interventions and Education as Critical Practice – (Un)learning processes, community engagement, and solidarity” scheduled for April 2014.

This symposium’s presentations and two workshops—with Janna Graham/Centre for Possible Studies, Nicolas Vass/ Precarious Workers Brigade, and Annette Krauss/Read-in—will explore the ways that artistic interventions can create open and shared collaborative and informal learning spaces for empowerment and agency in educational contexts, and in exchange and solidarity with social movements.

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Conference
Workshop
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Activism
Art
Education
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Anattitude #5 out now!!!

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Anattitude #5 “From London and Beyond…” comes as a special double issue:
60 pages magazine plus a 20 pages supplement “Non Toxic When Dry” by swiss graffiti artist RosyOne.

FEATURING:
Poetic Pilgrimage (UK), Sun Sun (UK), Sri (UK), NCG (UK), Hanifa (UK),
Ngoc Lan (CH), Pumpkin (FR), Noémie Nuo (BE), Say My Name (NL),
Aruna (NL), Sookee (DE), That Fucking Sara (DE),
Supafly Collective (BE)

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Magazine
Topic: 
Art
Grassroots media in Europe
Pop culture
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Künstlerische Interventionen - Exhibition (Opening: 5th Dec 2013; Exhibition: 6th - 20th Dec 2013 Schloss Mirabell - Wolf-Dietrich-Halle, Salzburg)

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Künstlerische Interventionen - Ausstellung
Eröffnung: 5. Dezember 2013, 19:00, Schloss Mirabell, Pegasussaal, Mirabellplatz 4, 5020 Salzburg
Ausstellung: 6.12.201320.12.2013 in der Wolf-Dietrich-Halle, Schloss Mirabell

Die Ausstellung „Künstlerische Interventionen“ präsentiert Arbeiten von Studierenden und Jugendlichen, die im Rahmen zweier Workshops am Schwerpunkt Wissenschaft und Kunst, einer Kooperation zwischen Universität Salzburg und Mozarteum, entstanden sind, sowie die Dokumentation ihrer Entstehung. Die Workshops waren Teil der gleichnamigen öffentlichen Veranstaltungsreihe des Studienschwerpunkts „Cultural Production and Arts Management“.

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Art
Comics
Exhibit
Topic: 
Art
Migration & border issues
Representation of women
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Music, Gender & Difference - Intersectional and postcolonial perspectives on musical fields (Vienna 10 - 12 Oct 2013)

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The conference Music, Gender and Difference takes place from October 10 until October 12 2013 at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna

Contact and Registration:
Rosa Reitsamer: reitsameratmdw [dot] ac [dot] at

Conference fee:
50 Euro / 30 Euro for students, musicians, artists

Type of project: 
Conference
Music
Topic: 
Art
Gender studies
LGBT and queer issues
Pop culture
Postcolonial theory & perspectives
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Künstlerische Interventionen // Artistic Interventions (Salzburg, Oct - Dec 2013)

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Künstlerische Interventionen // Artistic Interventions
Kollaborative und selbstorganisierte Praxen. Fokus: Antirassistische und feministische Perspektiven
Collaborative and self-organized practices. With a focus on anti-racist and feminist perspectives

A series of public events, symposia and workshops
Salzburg, October - December 2013

In this series of symposia and workshops, we will discuss the question of how artistic interventions can initiate social and political processes and open up new perspectives. Artistic projects will be presented and discussed, and ideas will be developed and presented as interventions in public space.

Type of project: 
Art
Comics
Conference
Event
Workshop
Topic: 
Activism
Art
Gender studies
Migration & border issues
Race & ethnicity
Representation of women
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Call: .dpi 28 / Call for Projects: Gender(ed) Cultures on the Internet (Deadline: 13 September 2013)

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Call for Submissions
.dpi issue 28 (fall 2013)
Deadline: 13 September 2013
Themed Section: Gender(ed) Cultures on the Internet
Guest Editor: Jennifer Chan

In the Themed Section of its 28th issue, .dpi is looking at the internet as a heterogenous space that allows for the deliberation and challenging of gender ideals.

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Calls & Submissions
Topic: 
Art
Internet & digital divide
Queer feminism
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Studio XX

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Founded in 1996, Montreal-based Studio XX is a bilingual feminist artist-run centre for technological exploration, creation and critique.

Studio XX’s mandate focuses on enabling the creative actions and perspectives of women at the forefront of contemporary technological landscapes and the development of a digital democracy that values autonomy and collaboration.

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Art
Blog & Web 2.0
Festival
Group/Network
Radio
Workshop
Topic: 
Art
Do-It-Yourself
Education
Internet & digital divide
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Pikara (E-zine)

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Spain

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Spanish/Basque online magazine providing quality journalism with a gender and feminist perspective on culture and society; emphasis on arts, body politics, health, sexuality, ecology, global perspectives, solidarity, feminist (online) activism and networks, media, interviews, etc.

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Nökért.hu (Blog)

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Hungary

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Nökért.hu is a Hungarian feminist culture blog founded in 2009 with an emphasis on culture and women's literature (especially Gothic), stereotypes and representation of women, feminist theory and debate, herstory, Women's Liberation Movement, Gender studies, etc. It gets edited by two editors (Mihala Boglárka and Antoni Rita) - both with an university background - but publishes contributions by various authors.

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Call for Submissions: London Feminist Film Festival (Deadline: 31 August 2013)

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After a successful first year, we are excited to confirm that the London Feminist Film Festival will return for its second year! From now until the end of August, we are looking for submissions of feminist films from women filmmakers around the world. Please see below for submission guidelines.

Deadline: 31 August 2013.

Guidelines:

• Women directors from any country may enter. In the case of multiple directors, all should be women.
• Films should deal with feminist issues and/or be feminist in their representation of women.
• Films can be of any length or genre, and from any year.

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Calls & Submissions
Topic: 
Art
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