Scottsdale: Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, 7380 E. 2nd St. Pay Attention: Bruce Nauman Videos from the collection of Barbara Balkin Cottle and Robert Cottle. Private Pictures: Photography from Arizona Collections. Both through Jan. 8, 2006. southwestNET: techno. Dec. 17-May 14, 2006. (480) 874-4682 / www.smoca.org.
Tucson: Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, 1030 North Olive Road, P.O. Box 210103. Ralph Eugene Meatyard. Through Jan. 8, 2006. (520) 621-7970 / www.creativephotography.org.
Berkeley: Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, University of California, 2626 Bancroft Way. The Baum: An American Emerging Photographer Award-Lisa Kereszi. Through Dec. 5. Yosemite in Time. Through Dec. 23. Figurations. Through Jan. 15, 2006. Turning Corners. Through Jan. 22, 2006. Edge of Desire: Recent Art in India. Through Feb. 27. Matrix 219: Wilhelm Sasnal. June 13-Sept. 17, 2006. (510) 642-0808 / www.bampfa.berkeley.edu.
Claremont: Pomona College Museum of Art, Montgomery Art Center, 333 N. College Way. The Lake Project: David Maisel. Through Dec. 18. (909) 621-8283 / www.pomona.edu/museum.
El Cajon: Hyde Art Gallery, 8800 Grossmont College Dr. Artists' Books. Through Dec. 8. (619) 644-7299 / www.grossmont.edu/artgallery.
Los Angeles: The J. Paul Getty Museum, 1200 Getty Center Dr., Ste. 1000. Scene of the Crime: Photos by Weegee. Pictures for the Press. Both through Jan. 22, 2006. (310) 440-7300 / www.getty.edu.
Los Angeles: The Armand Hammer Museum of Art. 10899 Wilshire Blvd. A Letter from Japan: The Photographs of John Swope. March 5-June 4, 2006. (310) 443-7000 / www.hammer.ucla.edu.
Los Angeles: The Museum of Contemporary Art, 250 S. Grand Ave. Ecstasy: In and About Altered States. Through Feb. 20. (213) 621-1749 / www.moca.org.
Palm Springs: Palm Springs Art Museum, 101 Museum Dr. David Glomb Photography. Through Dec. 4. Ansel Adams: Inspiration and Influence. Dec. 13-Feb. 2, 2006. Material Terrain. Through Dec. 18. Celebrity Photographs from the Permanent Collection. Through Jan. 29. Contemporary Desert Photography: The Other Side of Paradise. Dec. 17-March 12. (760) 325-0189 / www.psmuseum.org.
Riverside: UCR/California Museum of Photography, 900 University Ave. Sachigusa Yasuda: Flying. Through Dec. 31. (951) 784-FOTO / www.cmp.ucr.edu.
San Bernadino: Robert V. Fullerton Art Museum. 5500 University Parkway. Coming Home. Through Dec. 10. (909) 537-7373 / museum.csusb.edu.
San Diego: San Diego Museum of Art (SDMA), 1450 El Prado. Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self. Through Dec. 31. (619) 238-7559 / www.sdmart.org.
San Diego: Museum of Contemporary Art, 700 Prospect St. Barbara Kruger: Twelve. Writerzblok on the Wall. Cerca Series: Michael Arcega. Fresh, new Art from UCSD. All through Dec. 11. Jay Bolotin: the Jackleg Testament. Dec. 18-Feb. 20, 2006. (858) 454-3541 / www.mcasd.org.
San Francisco: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr. Masterworks of American Photography. Through Feb. 12, 2006. After the Ruins, 1906 and 2006: Rephotographing the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire. Dec. 17-June 4, 2006. Chicano Vision. July 22-Oct. 22, 2006. (415) 863-3330 / www.thinker.org.
San Francisco: Fraenkel Gallery, 49 Geary St. Adam Fuss. Through Dec. 30. (415) 981-2661 / www.fraenkelgallery.com.
San Francisco: CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, 1111 8th St. A Brief History of Invisible Art. Jeanne Dunning: Capp Street Project. Artur Zmijewski: Repetition. All through Feb. 21. Thomas Hirschhorn: Utopia, Utopia=One World, One War, One Army, One Dress. March 9-May 13. (415) 551-9210 / www.wattis.org.
San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 151 3rd St. Robert Adams: Turning Back, a Photographic Journal of Re-Exploration. Through Jan. 3, 2006. Double Feature: Steve McQueen and Peter Sarkisian. Through May 21, 2006. 1906 Earthquake: A Disaster in Pictures. Jan. 21-May 30, 2006. (415) 357-4000 / www.sfmoma.org.
Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1130 State St. Portraits of Place. Through Jan. 2, 2006. (805) 963-4364 / www.sbma.net.
Santa Clara: De Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University, 500 El Camino Real. Evvy Eisen: Multiply by Six Million. Through Dec. 16. (408) 554-4528/www.scu.edu/desaisset.
Santa Monica: 18th St. Arts Center, 1639 18th St. TransFOURmations. Joshua Hollingsworth: What We Think Now. Both through Jan. 20, 2006. (310) 453-3771 / www.18thstreet.org.
Santa Monica: Gallery Luisotti, Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan Ave., Bldg. A2. Milton Rogovin: Working People/ Family of Miners. Through Jan. 7, 2006. (310) 453-0043 / www.artnet.com/luisotti.html.
New Haven: Yale University Art Gallery, 1111 Chapel at High St. Jasper Johns: The Making of a Print. Printmaking Since 1990. Through Dec. 31, 2006. (203) 432-0600 / www.artgallery.yale.edu.
Daytona Beach: Southeast Museum of Photography, 1200 International Speedway Blvd. Crossings: Photographs from the U.S.-Mexico Border. Ron Haviv: Blood and Honey. Both through Dec. 11. (386) 506-4475 / www.smponline.org.
Chicago: Anchor Graphics. 119 W. Hubbard St. 5W. Tim Dooley and Aron Wilson: Conundrum. Through Dec. 17. (312) 595-9598 / www.anchorgraphics.org.
Chicago: The Center for Book and Paper Arts, 1104 S. Wabash Ave., 2nd Fl. From Art to Zine. Through Dec. 17. (312) 344-6630 / www.bookandpaper.org.
Chicago: Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington St. Candida Hofer: Photographs. Through Jan. 22, 2006. Jan Theun van Rees: Photographs. Jan. 21.-March 19, 2006. (312) 744-6630 / www.cityofchicago.org/culturalaffairs/.
Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Photography, 600 S. Michigan Ave. Stages of Memory: The War in Vietnam. Jeffrey A. Wolin: Inconvenient Stories. Both through Dec. 17. (312) 663-5554 / www.mocp.org.
Chicago: Walsh Gallery, 118 N. Peoria St., 2nd Fl. Street Stories. Kim Joon: Tattoo You. Both through Dec. 2. (312) 829-3312 / www.walshgallery.com.
West Lafayette: Purdue University Galleries, 525 Northwestern Ave. Art/Science: Photography of David Goldes. Through Dec. 4. ReCON(TEXT). Jan. 9-Feb. 19, 2006. (765) 496-7899 / www.purdue.edu/galleries.
Grinnell: Faulconer Gallery, 1108 Park St. The Art of Structural Design: A Swiss Legacy. Feb. 16-April 16, 2006. Voices of American Farm Women. March 25-April 30, 2006. Frank Breuer: Photographs. July 21-Sept. 17, 2006. (641) 269-4660 / www.grinnell.edu/falconergallery.
Bangor: The University of Maine, Museum of Art, Norumbega Hall, 40 Harlow St. Photographs by Melonie Bennett. Through Jan. 14, 2006. (207) 561-3350 / www.umma.umaine.edu.
Baltimore: Albin O. Kuhn Library and Gallery, 1000 Hilltop Circle, Tyler Hicks: Histories are Mirrors: The Path of Conflict Through Afghanistan and Iraq. Through Dec. 10. (410) 455-2353.
Boston: Photographic Resource Center at Boston University, 832 Commonwealth Avenue. Group Portrait. Through Jan. 22, 2006. Document: Contemporary Documentary Work from Greater Boston. Feb. 3-March 26, 2006. (617) 975-0600 / www.prcboston.org.
Boston: Space Other, 63 Wareham, Closer. Through Dec. 31. (617) 451-3500 / www.spaceother.org.
Cambridge: List Visual Arts Center, 20 Ames St. Wiesner Building, E15. Christian Jankowski: Everything Fell Together. Through Dec. 31. (617) 253-4680 / www.web.mit.edu/lvac.
Cambridge: The Paul Dietrich Gallery, 1050 Massachusetts Ave. Camila Chaves Cortes: Postcards from the Big Dig. Through Jan. 31, 2006. (617) 492-7000 / www.c7a.com.
Cambridge: School of Architecture and Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 77 Massachusetts Ave. Architecture and Revolution in Cuba. Through Dec. 22. (617) 258-9106 / web.mit.edu/sap/www/wolk.
Waltham: Panopticon Gallery, 435 Moody St. States and Fall: Photographs by Christopher Griffith. Through Dec. 3. (781) 647-0100 / www.panopt.com.
Winchester: Griffin Museum of Photography. 67 Shore Rd. A Singular Vision. Through Dec. 30. Images by Peter Urban. Through Jan. 2. (781) 729-1158 / www.griffinmuseum.org.
Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 1750 Hennepin Ave. House of Oracles: A Huang Young Ping Retrospective. Through Jan. 15, 2006. Andy Warhol/Supernova: Stars, Deaths, and Disasters, 1962-1964. Through Feb. 26, 2006. Elemental. Through July 9, 2006. Mythologies. Through Feb. 10, 2008. (612) 375-7600 / www.walkerart.org.
St. Louis: Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, 3750 Washington Blvd. Cindy Sherman: Working Girl. Through Dec. 31. (314) 535-4660 / www.contemporarystl.org.
New Brunswick: Mason Gross Galleries, 33 Livingston Ave. Mike Bidlo: project.2. Through Dec. 9. (732) 932-2222 / www.masongross.rutgers.edu.
Santa Fe: Marion Center for Photographic Arts, Atrium Gallery, 1600 St. Michael's Dr. Navya Hatakeyama: Tokyo, A City of Light. Through Dec. 22. (505) 473-6341 / www.csf.edu/art/marion.
Santa Fe: SITE Santa Fe, 1606 Paseo de Perlata. Don Ritter. Through Dec. 31. Cai Guo-Quiang: Inopportune. Jan. 20-April 3, 2006. (505) 989-1199 / www.sitesantafe.org.
NEW YORK STATE
Alfred: Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, 2 Pine St. re: currents. Through Dec. 2. (607) 871-2777 / www.fosdicknelson.alfred.edu.
Buffalo: Albright Knox Gallery, 1285 Elmwood Ave. The Wall: Reshaping Contemporary Chinese Art. Through Jan. 29, 2006. (716) 882-8700 / www.albrightknox.org.
Buffalo: Hallwalls, 341 Delaware Ave. Suzy Lake. Jan. 14-Feb. 18. Associated Artists for Propaganda Research. March 4-April 8, 2006. (716) 854-1694 / www.hallwalls.org.
Purchase: Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, 735 Anderson Hill Rd. Acting Out: The Invented Melodrama in Contemporary Photography. Through Dec. 31. Jim Dine: Entrada Drive. Through Jan. 8, 2006. (914) 251-6100 / www.neuberger.com.
Rochester: George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film, 900 East Ave. Young America: The Daguerreotypes of Southworth & Hawes. Through Jan. 8, 2006. (585) 271-3361 / www.eastmanhouse.org.
Rochester: Image City Gallery, 722 University Ave. Jim Patton: Asian Odyssey. Through Dec. 4. (585) 271-2540 / www.davidigital.com/imagecity.
Rochester: Visual Studies Workshop, 31 Prince St. Jenn Libby: The Cluttered House. Through Dec. 3. (585) 442-8676 / www.vsw.org.
Syracuse: Light Work, 316 Waverly Ave. Luke Buffenmyer, Doug DuBois, Steven Skopick: 2005 Light Work Grants. Through Dec. 22. (315) 443- 1300 / www.lightwork.org.
Woodstock: Center for Photography, 59 Tinker St. Bushwick Farms Presents: Fear and Hope. Doug Dubois: The Vigil. Both through Dec. 18. (845) 679-9957 / www.cpw.org.
NEW YORK CITY
Abrons Arts Center Henry Street Settlement, 466 Grand St. Photographs by Robert Forlini: La Festa: Italian Festivals in America. Through Dec. 22. (212) 598-0400 / www.henrystreet.org.
Alan Klotz Gallery, 511 W. 25th St. Philip Perkis at 70. Through Jan. 14, 2006. (212) 741-4764 / www.klotzgallery.com.
Americas Society, 680 Park Avenue at 68th St. Jose Gurvich: Constructive Imagination. Through Feb. 28, 2006. (212) 249-8950 / www.americas-society.org.
Aperture, 547 W. 27th St., 4th Fl. Gary Schneider: Nudes. Through Jan. 7, 2006. (212) 505-5555 / www.aperture.org.
Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, 601 W. 26th St., Suite 1240. Alan Rath: Time Pieces. Through Dec. 17. (212) 243-8830 / www.brycewolkowitz.com.
Center for Book Arts, 28 W. 27th St., 3rd Fl. New York/ Paris DIALOGUE Paris/ New York. Through Dec. 3. www.centerforbookarts.org.
CLAMPART, 531 W. 25th St. Brian Finke: Bodybuilding. Through Dec. 17. (646) 230-0020 / www.clampart.com.
Daniel Cooney Fine Art, 511 W. 25th St., Ste. 506. Pli: Photographs by Tim Lehmacher. Through Dec. 23. (212) 255-8158 / www.danielcooneyfineart.com.
Dia Art Foundation, 535 W. 22nd St. Dia's Andy: Through the Lens of Patronage. Through April 10, 2006. (212) 989-5566 / www.diaart.org.
Eyebeam Art and Technology Center, 540 W. 21st St. Produced at Eyebeam. Through Dec. 17. (212) 973-6580 / www.eyebeam.org.
Film Society of Lincoln Center, 70 Lincoln Center Plaza. Eric Rhein: Leaves. Through Dec. 30. (212) 875-5622 / www.filmlinc.com.
Forum Gallery, 745 5th Ave. Davis Cone: Recent Works. Through Dec. 10. (212) 355-4545.
Fotosphere Gallery, 511 West 25th St. #505. Time. Through Dec. 17. (212) 352-0235 / www.bf-collotype.com.
Gigantic Art Space, 59 Franklin St. Drift: Lee Ranaldo & Leah Singer. Through Jan. 14, 2006. (212) 226-6762 / www.giganticartspace.com.
Howard Greenberg Gallery, 41 E. 57th St., Suite 1406. Charles Marville: Streetlamps of Paris. Through Dec. 3. (212) 334-0010 / www.howardgreenberg.com.
International Center of Photography, 1133 Ave. of the Americas. African American Vernacular Photography: Selections from the Daniel Cowin Collections. 2006. Che! Revolution and Commerce. Ken Light: Coal Hollow. The Body at Risk: Photography of Disorder, Illness, and Healing. All Dec. 9-Feb. 26., 2006 (212) 857-0045 / www.icp.org.
The Jewish Museum, 1109 5th Ave. The Jewish Identity Project: New American Photography. Through Jan. 29, 2006. Mix & Match: Love, Religion, and Cultural Diversity on TV. Through Feb. 28, 2006. (212) 423-3271 / www.thejewishmuseum.org.
Julie Saul Gallery, 535 W. 22nd St. Maira Kalman: I Can't Stand all the Excitement. Through Dec. 10. (212) 627-2410 / www.saulgallery.com.
Lehman College Art Gallery, 250 Bedford Park Blvd. W., Bronx. Marisa Telleria Diez: Synesthesia. Through Dec. 16. (718) 960-8731 / ca80.lehman.cuny.edu/gallery.
Leslie Tonkonow, 535 W. 22nd St. Julia Oschatz: Paralysed Paradise III. Through Dec. 3. (212) 255-8450 / www.tonkonow.com.
Metro Pictures, 519 W. 24th St. Catherine Sullivan: The Chittendens. Through Dec. 23. (212) 337-0070 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lucas Schoormans Gallery, 508 W. 26th St., 11B. Ken Scheles. Through Dec. 17. (212) 243-3159 / email@example.com.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Ave. The Perfect Medium: Photography and the Occult. Through Dec. 31. (212) 535-7710 / www.metmuseum.org.
Miriam & Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, 826 Schermerhorn Hall, 1190 Amsterdam Ave. Please Teach Me ... Rainer Ganahl and the Politics of Learning. Through Dec. 10. (212) 854-7288.
The Museum of Modern Art, 11 W. 53rd St. The Perfect Medium: Photography and the Occult. Through Dec. 31. Safe: Design Takes On Risk. Through Jan. 2, 2006. New Photography '05. Through Jan. 16. Take Two, World and Views: Contemporary Art from the Collection. Through July 3, 2006. New Installation of Works From the Photography Collection. Ongoing. (212) 708-9400 / www.moma.org.
New Museum, 556 W. 22nd St. Brian Jungen. Through Dec. 31. Fresh Projects: Shimmer. Through Dec. 31. Andrea Zittel: Critical Space. Jan 26-April 29, 2006. (212) 219-1222 / www.new museum.org.
Pace/MacGill Gallery, 32 E. 57th St. Duane Michals: The Adventures of Constantine Cavafy. Ukiyo-e: Pictures from the Floating World. Both through Jan. 7, 2006. (212) 759-7999 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.pacemacgill.com.
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, 22-25 Jackson Ave. at 46th Ave., Long Island City. Peter Hujar. Through Jan. 16, 2006. Adrian Paci. Stephen Shore: American Surfaces. Both Through Jan. 23, 2006. (718) 784-2084 / www.psl.org.
Robert Mann Gallery, 210 11th Ave. W. Eugene Smith. Through Dec. 23. (212) 989-7600 / www.robertmann.com.
Rubin Museum of Art, 150 W. 17th St. Vanished Kingdoms: A Woman Explorer in Tibet, China & Mongolia, 1921-1925. Through Jan. 22, 2006. Holy Madness: Portraits of Tantric Siddhas. Feb. 11-May 7, 2006. www.rmanyc.org.
Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, George Gustav Heye Center, One Bowling Green. Alan Michelson: New Tribe, New York. Through Jan. 1, 2006. (212) 514-3700 / www.americanindian.si.edu.
Soho Photo, 15 White St. De Sur a Norte (From South to North). Animals of Namibia. Three by Four. Through Dec. 3. Pinhole Visions: Photographs by Tricia Rosenkilde. Portraits, Portraits, Portraits. Dec. 6-31. (212) 226-8571 / www.sohophoto.com.
Sepia International / The Alkazi Collection, 148 W. 24th St. Stuart Rome. Through Jan. 28, 2006. (212) 645-9444 / www.sepia.org.
Spencer Brownstone Gallery, 39 Wooster St. Fred Erdekens. Through Dec. 22. (212) 334-3455 / www.spencerbrownstonegallery.com.
Steven Kasher Gallery, 521 West 23rd St., 2nd Fl. The Magnum Archive: Vintage 20th Century. Dec. 1-Jan. 7, 2006. (212) 966-3978 / www.stevenkasher.com.
Swiss Institute, 495 Broadway 3rd Fl. Bruno Peinado: Why Style. Through Jan. 7, 2006. (212) 925-2035 / www.swissinstitute.net.
Cleveland: Cleveland Institute of Art, 11141 East Blvd. Dreaming of a More Better Future. Through Dec 22. (216) 421-7000 / www.cia.edu.
Bethlehem: Lehigh University Art Galleries, 420 E. Packer Ave. Viajeros: North American Artist/Photographers' Images of Cuba. Through Jan. 8. (610) 758-3615 / www.luag.org.
Philadelphia: Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, 118 S. 36th St. Rodney Graham: A Little Thought. Through Dec. 23. (215) 898-5911 / www.icaphila.org.
Philadelphia: Sol Mednick Gallery, The University of the Arts, 211 S. Broad. St. 15th Fl. Tom Drysdale: Natural Appearances. Through Dec. 16. (215) 717-6300 / www.uarts.edu.
Philadelphia: Gallery 1401, 211 S. Broad. St. 14th Fl. The Photo Review 2005 Competition Prize Winners. Through Dec. 16. (215) 717-6300 / www.uarts.edu.
Pittsburgh: Filmmakers Galleries, 477 Melwood Ave. Neal Newfield: Making Ends Meet: West Virginia Community Voices. Through Dec. 4. (412) 681-5449 / www.pghfilmmakers.org.
Pittsburgh: Mattress Factory, 500 Sampsonia Way. Messages and Communications. Through April 2, 2006. (412) 231-3169 / www.mattressfactory.org.
Pittsburgh: Carnegie Museum of Art, 4400 Forbes Ave. Luke Swank: Modernist Photographer. Through Feb. 5, 2006. (412) 688.8690 / www.cmoa.org.
Pittsburgh: Regina Gouger Miller Gallery, Purnell Center of the Arts, Carnegie Mellon University. Groundworks: Environmental Collaboration in Contemporary Art. Through Dec. 11. (412) 268-3618 / millergallery.cfa.cmu.edu/~miller/.
Nashville: Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery, 23rd and West End Ave. Misleading Trails. Through Dec. 9. (615) 322-0605 / www.vanderbilt.edu/gallery.
Austin: Art Gallery, St. Edward's University, 3001 South Congress. Recent Photographs. Jan. 20-Feb. 12, 2006. (512) 448-8565. / www.stedwards.edu/hum/art/student/.
Fort Worth: Amon Carter Museum, 3501 Camp Bowie Blvd. In the American West: Richard Avedon. Through Jan. 8, 2006. Masterworks of American Photography. Through Feb. 19, 2006. (817) 738-1933 / www.cartermuseum.org.
Houston: Center for Photography, 1441 West Alabama. Christine Shank, Joy Episalla: Coming Home, Domestic Sites of Love and Loss. Suzy Lee: Alice in Wonderland. Adrain Chesser: I Have Something to Tell You. Through Dec. 18. (713) 529-4755 / www.hcponline.org.
Houston: The Menil Collection, 1515 Sul Ross. Robert Gober: The Meat Wagon. Through Jan. 22, 2006. (713) 525-9400 / www.menil.org.
Houston: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1001 Bissonnet St. Thornton Dial in the 21st Century. Through Jan. 8, 2006. Indelible Images (Trafficking between Life and Death). Through Jan. 29, 2006. (713) 639-7300 / www.mfah.org.
San Marcos: Wittliff Gallery of Southwestern and Mexican Photography, Texas State University-San Marcos, Alkek Library, 7th Fl. Witnesses to History/Testigos de la Historia. Through Feb. 12, 2006. (512) 245-2313 / www.swwc.txstate.edu.
Norfolk: Chrysler Museum of Art, 245 W. Olney Rd. Norfolk and Western Railway Photographs by O. Winston Link. Through Dec. 31. Civil War Photographs from the David L. Hack Collection. Feb. 10-July 31, 2006. (757) 664-6200 / www.chrysler.org.
Richmond: Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts, Anderson Gallery, 907 1/2 W. Franklin St. Surface Charge. Through Dec. 4. (804) 828-1522 / www.vcu.edu/artweb/gallery.
Milwaukee: Milwaukee Art Museum, 700 N. Art Museum Dr. John Szarkowski: Photographs. Through Jan. 1, 2006. (414) 224-3200 / www.mam.org.
Sheboygan: John Michael Kohler Arts Center, 608 New York Ave. Deb Todd Wheeler: The Ludicrum Machines. Through Dec. 11. Thomas Allen and George Klauba; Reading Between the Lines. Through Jan. 14, 2006. Dreamscapes. Through Jan. 29., 2006 Kim Keever: Suspended States. Through Feb. 25, 2006. (920) 458-6144 / www.jmkac.org.
Seattle: Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, 15th Ave. NE and NE 41st St. Sign Language. Hershmanlandia: The Art and Films of Lynn Hershman Leeson. Both through Jan. 29, 2006. 150 Works of Art. Through Feb. 26. (206) 543-2280 / www.henryart.org.
Seattle: Jack Straw New Media Gallery, 4261 Roosevelt Way NE. Maps & Legends. Through Dec. 30. (206) 634-0919 / www.jackstraw.org.
Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art Gallery Rd., The Domain. Reflections in Time: 19th Century Portrait Photography. Through Dec. 11. Points of View: Australian Photography 1985-1995. Through Jan. 29, 2006. (02) 9225 1744 / www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au.
Graz: Camera Austria, Kunsthaus Graz, Lendkai 1, 8020 Graz. David Goldblatt: Intersections. Through Feb. 26, 2006. www.camera-austria.at.
Linz: Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz, Ernst-Koref-Promenade 1. www.lentos.at/de/.
Vienna: Museum Moderner Kunst, Museums Quartier, Museumsplatz 1. Nouveau Realisme: Art and Reality in the 1960s. Through Jan. 30, 2006. www.mumok.at.
Antwerp: Extra City Center for Contemporary Art, Mexicostraat, Kattendijkdok, Kaai 44. Information/Transformation. Through Dec. 4. www.extracity.org.
Sao Paolo: Galeriea Leme, Rua Agostinho Cantu, 88. Paula Boechat and Gabriela Moraes: PaulaGabriela. Through Dec. 11. www.galerialeme.com.
Montreal: Musee d'art contemporain, 185 rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest. Urban Territories. Through Jan. 8, 2006. (514) 847-6226 / www.macm.org.
Toronto: Steven Bulger Gallery, 1026 Queen St. Robert Frank: In Canada. Through Dec. 22. (416) 504-0575 / bulgergallery.com.
Toronto: The Koffler Gallery, 4588 Bathurst St. Susan Silas: Helmbrechts Walk. Through Dec. 18. Barbara Astman: The Clementine Suite. Jan. 12-Feb. 19, 2006. www.kofflercentre.com.
Humlebaek: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 3050 Humlebaek. Brassai: Photographer of the Night. Dec. 17-March 19, 2006. www.louisiana.dk.
Birmingham: Ikon Gallery, 1 Oozells Square, Brindleyplace. Posit 9B. Dec. 1, Dec. 8. +44 (0)121-248-0708 / www.ikon-gallery.co.uk.
London: Chris Beetles Gallery. 8 & 10 Ryder St. Terry O'Neil in St. James's: The Art of Photography. Feb. 14-March 3, 2006. 0207 839 7551 / www.chrisbeetles.com.
London: The Photographers' Gallery, 5 Great Newport St. Ori Gersht: The Forest. David Spero: Settlements. Both from Dec. 2-Feb. 5, 2006. www.photonet.org.uk.
London: Temporary Contemporary. 2nd floor Atlantic House, Brookmill Rd. Episode. Dec. 10-Jan. 15, 2006. 07766 130 860 / www.tempcontemp.co.uk.
Paris: Fnac Montparnasse, 136, rue de Rennes, Paris 6. Photographies d'Arnaud Lesage. Through Jan. 14, 2006 / www.fnac.fr.
Berlin: Kicken Berlin, Linienstr. 155. Charles Freger & August Sander. Through Dec. 10. www.kicken-gallery.com.
Essen: Museum Folkwang, Goethestr. 41. Useful-Cute-Museum Object: The Photographed Animal. Through Jan. 15, 2006. www.museum-folkwang.de.
Karlsruhe: Center for Art and Media, Lorenzstr. #19. Light Art from Artificial Light Through May 1, 2006. www.zkm.de.
Munich: Hamburger Kunsthalle and Siemens Arts Program, Wittelsbacherplatz 2. Return to Space. Through Feb. 12, 2006. www.siemenartsprogram.com.
Munich: Haus der Kunst, Prinzregenstenstrasse 1. Lee Friedlander: Photographs from 1956 till 2004. Through Feb. 12. +49 89 21127-113 / www.hausderkunst.de.
Belfast: Belfast Exposed Photography, 23 Donegall St. Michele Sank: Teenagers, Belfast. Through Dec. 2. The English in Northern Ireland. Dec. 9-Jan. 27, 2006. www.belfastexposed.org.
Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum CS, Post CS Building, 2nd Fl. Oosterdokskade 5. Rineke Dijkstra: Portraits. Through Feb. 6, 2006. (+31 (0)20 573 2656 / www.stedelijk.nl/press.
Groningen: Groninger Museum, Museumeiland 1, 9700 ME. Oog in Oog ("Eye to Eye"--the photographic collection of the Groningen Museum). Through Dec. 4. www.groningermuseum.nl.
Barcelona: Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona: Fundacio Antoni Tapies. Arago, 255 Entusiasme. Through Jan. 15. 934 870 315 / www.fundaciotapies.org.
Events: Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, 7380 E. 2nd St., Scottsdale, offers a variety of activities throughout the year, including classes and workshops, film screenings, and lectures. (480) 874-4630 / www.smoca.org.
Event: The Museum of Contemporary Art, 1001 Kettner Blvd., San Diego, hosts TNT on the first Thursday of every month. An eclectic mix of artists' talks, film premieres, video projections, live bands and other activities. (619) 234-1001 / www.mcasd.org.
Events: Palm Springs Art Museum, 101 Museum Dr., Palm Springs, offers a series of lectures throughout the year in architecture and design. (760) 325-4490 / www.psmuseum.org.
Screenings: UCLA Film and Television Archive, 302 E. Melnitz, Los Angeles. Film screenings and events. www.cinema.ucla.edu.
Workshops: Anderson Ranch Art Center in Snowmass Village offers workshops in art history and critical studies, digital media and photography, printmaking and sculpture, among other media. (970) 923-3181 / www.andersonranch.org.
Workshops: Traditional and digital photo workshops. Ongoing. For info contact Working with Artists, P.O. Box 989, Denver. (303) 837-1341 / email@example.com / www.workingwithartists.org.
Workshops: Center for Contemporary Printmaking offers workshops in printmaking, papermaking, book arts, photography and related media. Contact CCP, Mathews Park, 299 W. Ave., Norwalk. (203) 899-7999 / www.contemprints.org.
Screenings: Real Art Ways, 56 Arbor St., Hartford. Independent films & video seven nights a week. (860) 232-1006 / www.realartways.org.
Screenings: Williams College Museum of Art, 15 Lawrence Hall Dr., Ste. 2, Williamstown. Moving Pictures: American Art and Early Film, 1880-1910. Through Dec. 11. (413) 597-2429 / www.wcma.org.
Workshops: Snow Farm, the New England Craft Program, 5 Clary Rd., Williamsburg. Ongoing photography workshops are offered throughout the summer and fall. (413) 268-3101 / www.snowfarm.org.
Workshops: Cape Cod Photo Workshop, P.O. Box 1618, N. Eastham, offers an assortment of basic through advanced photo workshops year round. (508) 255-6808 / www.capecodphotoworkshops.com.
Events: Urban Institute for the Arts, 41 Sheldon Blvd. SE, Grand Rapids, offers a variety of changing exhibits and programs, including the Writer's Corner, Wednesday evenings from 6:30-9:30 pm. (616) 454-7000 / www.uica.org.
Events: Minnesota Center for Photography, 165 13th Ave. NE, Minneapolis, offers a series of lectures on the second Tuesday of every month featuring regional and national artists, curators, and critics offering insights into the photographic arts. (612) 824-5500 / www.mncp.org.
Screenings: Walker Art Center, 1750 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis. For more information visit www.walkerart.org.
Workshops: 2005 Split Rock Arts Program Summer Workshops, University of Minnesota, 360 Coffey Hall, 1420 Eckles Avenue, St. Paul, offers adults intensive study with renowned visual artists. (612) 625-8100 / www.cce.umn.edu/ splitrockarts.
Workshops: Rocky Mountain School of Photography, 210 N. Higgins Ave., Missoula offers weekend classes. (406) 543-0171 / www.rmsp.com.
Workshops: Santa Fe Workshops. Traditional and digital photo workshops. Ongoing. P.O. Box 9916, Santa Fe. (505) 983-1400 / www.santafeworkshops.com.
NEW YORK STATE
Classes and Workshops: Printing & Book Arts Center, 713 Monroe Ave., Rochester. Offering Fall 2005 workshops and beginning in Jan. 2006, a series of classes in letterpress printing, bookbinding, book arts, papermaking, calligraphy, photopolymer printing, and related areas. (585) 244-9312 / www.geneseearts.org.
Classes and Workshops: Women's Studio Workshop, P.O. Box 489, Rosendale. Ongoing classes and workshops are offered in a variety of different mediums. (845) 658-9013 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.wsworkshop.org.
Classes and Workshops: Young Audiences of Western New York, Inc., 16 Linwood Ave., Buffalo. Offers classes and workshops in the performing, visual and literary arts, residencies, and portfolio days for children in grades Pre-K to 12th. (716) 881-0917 / www.yawny.org.
Screenings: Museum of the Moving Image, 35th Ave at 36th St., Astoria. (718) 784-4520 / www.movingimage.us.
Screenings: George Eastman House, 900 East Ave., Rochester. Film screenings, lectures and workshops on photography and moving image. (585) 271-3970 / www.eastman.org.
Workshops and Lectures: The Center for Photography at Woodstock, 59 Tinker St., is offering its series of workshops and lectures for 2005. (845) 679-6337 / www.cpw.org.
Workshops: Squeaky Wheel / Buffalo Media Resources, 712 Main St., Buffalo, offers workshops and classes in digital art, film, and video. (716) 884-7172 / www.squeaky.org/workshops.
Workshops: The Community Darkroom, 713 Monroe Ave., Rochester, offers numerous workshops and classes in traditional, alternative and digital photography. (585) 271-5920 / www.geneseearts.org.
Workshops: Visual Studies Workshop, 31 Prince St., Rochester, offers numerous workshops of varying duration in traditional, digital and alternative photography; film & video; & book arts. (585) 442-8676 / www.vsw.org.
NEW YORK CITY
Classes, Workshops and Travel: International Center for Photography (ICP) in NYC offers an assortment of classes and workshops throughout the year. For further information: (212) 857-0001 / fax (212) 857-0091 / www.icp.org.
Event: 15th annual IFPDA Print Fair, Seventh Regiment Armory, Park Ave. at 67th St. For more information call (212) 674-6095 / www.printfair.com.
Film Festival and Lecture Series: REEL SISTERS of the Diaspora Film Festival and Lecture Series, Brooklyn Campus at Long Island University. March 10-12, 2006. For information contact (718) 488-1052 / www.reelsisters.org.
Screenings: Thirteen WNET New York, 450 W. 33rd St. Reel NY Independent Film and Video series is now in its 10th anniversary season. Tune in Fridays at 10 pm on channel 13. For more information, visit www.thirteen.org/pressroom / www.thirteen.org/reelnewyork10.
Screenings: Eyebeam Art and Technology Center, 540 W. 21st St. (212) 973-6580 / www.eyebeam.org.
Screenings: Electronic Arts Intermix at Monkeytown, 58 N. 3rd St. Williamsburg, Brooklyn. For more information call (212) 337-0680 / www.eai.org.
Workshops: Workshops and classes in book arts. Contact the Center For Book Arts, 28 W. 27th Street, 3rd Fl. (212) 481-0295 / www.centerforbookarts.org.
Screenings, Workshops & Lectures: The Light Factory, 345 N. College St., Charlotte. (704) 333-9755 / www.lightfactory.org.
Screenings, Lectures and Discussions: Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University, 1871 N. High St., Columbus, offers screenings of film classics, new documentaries, contemporary and international films and visiting media artists, with lectures and discussions both before and after. Complete listing at www.wexarts.org.
Classes and Screenings: The Portland Art Museum NW Film Center is offering a variety of workshops and classes and has ongoing film screenings. For more information contact NW Film Center, 1219 SW Park Ave., Portland. (503) 221-1156 / www.nwfilm.org.
Workshops: Oregon College of Art and Craft offers workshops in a variety of media. Photographing Your Artwork/Prints, Books, Words. 8245 SW Barnes Rd., Portland. (503) 297-5544 / www.ocac.edu.
Workshops: New Arts Program, 173 W. Main St., Kutztown. Workshops and exhibitions. Ongoing. (610) 683-6440 / www.worldatmydoor.com/siteHome.asp.
Workshops: Cone Edition Press, P.O. Box 51, East Topsham. Workshops are offered in techniques and technologies of digital printmaking. For more information call (802) 439-5751 ext. 101 / www.cone-editions.com.
Workshops: The Coupeville Arts Center offers workshops on Whidbey Island, on a New Mexican Navajo Reservation and on a San Juan orca whale safari, as well as in Seattle, on the Oregon coast and the Olympic Peninsula. Contact the Coupville Arts Center, P.O. Box 171, Coupeville 98239 / (360) 678-3396 / email@example.com / www.coupevillearts.org.
Workshops: The Banff Centre for the Arts offers summits & workshops in a variety of artistic and scientific areas, including low-tech and alternative photographic processes, bookmaking and robotics. The Banff Center for the Arts, Office of the Registrar, Box 1020, Station 28, 107 Tunnel Mountain Dr., Banff, Alberta, Canada / firstname.lastname@example.org / (800) 565-9989.
Festival: International Triennale of Contemporary Art. Through Dec. 18. For more information contact Yokohama Triennale Office at email@example.com / www.yokohama2005.jp.
Job Posting: Assistant Professor in Digital Cinema and Media Production: The Department of Cinema at San Francisco State University invites applications for a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor in Digital Cinema and Media Production. Applications should include 1) a letter of application indicating digital and film teaching experience and interests, 2) CV, 3) portfolio of a current project related to Digital Cinema and Media 4) a list of 3 references with contact information (please do not send letters of recommendation at this time). Applications and all supporting materials should be received by Dec. 15. Professor Jenny Lau, Chair Digital Production Search Committee, Cinema Department, San Francisco State University, 1600 Holloway Ave., San Francisco, CA 94132. (415) 338-1629 / www.cinema.sfsu.edu.
Job Posting: The Department of Cinema at San Francisco State University invites applications for a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor in Animation. Candidate should be an animation artist with personal filmmaking skills and current technologies. Applications should include a letter of interest, a complete CV, one sample reel of creative work in video or digital format and names and addresses of three professional references. Karen Holmes, Chair of Animation Search Committee, Cinema Department, San Francisco State University, 1600 Holloway Ave. San Francisco, CA 94132. Applications should be received by Dec. 15.
Job Posting: Assistant Professor of Sculpture. Submit letter of application addressing qualifications, teaching philosophy, CV, copies of transcripts, three letters of recommendation, 20 slides of personal work and 20 slides of student work to Brant Schuller, Search Committee Chair, Department of Art, PA 1005C, Millersville University, P.O. Box 1002, Millersville, PA 17551-0302. Full consideration given to applications received by Jan. 15. Full-time, tenure track beginning, fall 2006.
Fellowships available: Transmedia, Syracuse University, has three-year fellowships available for qualified candidates for MFA degrees in Computer Arts, Film, Photography and Video. In addition, other opportunities exist for Graduate Assistantships in each of the four areas. For information contact Harriett Conti, 204 Crouse College, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY 13244 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.transmedia.syr.edu. Deadline: Jan. 1 for fellowships and Feb. 1 for assistantships.
Fellowships available: Graduate Assistantships available in an intense MFA interdisciplinary visual arts program. Students are provided with individual studios as well as a graduate darkroom. Stipends for nine-month contract periods are approx. $10,000 plus tuition waiver. Deadline for applications: Feb. 1. For information and application: Prof. Catherine Angel, Coordinator of Photography; Art Department; University of Nevada, Las Vegas; 4505 Maryland Parkway; Las Vegas, NV, 89154-5002.
Fellowships available: SUNY Buffalo offers a two-year graduate MFA program in photography. A number of teaching assistantships are awarded each year, designed to attract gifted students who have demonstrated artistic ability and teaching potential. For information contact University at Buffalo, Director of Graduate Studies, Art Dept., 202 Center for the Arts, Buffalo, NY 14260-6010, or call (716) 645-6878. Deadline: Ongoing.
Fellowships available: Visiting Arts International Fellowship Program offers annual residencies at Spike Island, Bristol, UK, as well as at Delfina, London. For further information contact Camilla Edwards, Assistant Director (Visual, Media & Applied Arts), 11 Portland Pl., London, UK W1N 4EJ / email@example.com/visitingarts. Deadline: Ongoing.
Grants available: The Adolf and Esther Gottlieb Foundation offers emergency grants of up to $10,000 to artists in a "mature" stage (working over 10 years) facing an unforeseen tragedy. Contact the Gottleib Foundation, 380 W. Broadway, New York, NY 10012 / (212) 226-0581.
Grants available: Residents of Chicago may apply for Community Arts Assistance Program (CAAP) grants for the year 2006 for professional, artistic, and organizational development projects. Applications are distributed by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs at the Chicago Cultual Center, 78 E. Washington St., 4th Fl. and other locations throughout the city. For more information: (312) 744-1742 / www.cityofchicago.org/culturalaffairs/culturalgrants.
Grants available: To support international documentary films and videos: current, significant issues in human rights, expression, liberties, and social justice. Average $25,000. Diane Weyermann, Director of Soros Documentary Fund, Open Society Institute, 400 W. 59th St., New York, NY 10019. (215) 548-0657 / www.soros.org/sdf. Deadline: Ongoing.
Grants available: The Experimental Television Center provides support to electronic media and film organizations in New York State to facilitate the exhibition by independents of moving image and sonic art to audiences in New York State. Monies are available to both individuals and organizations with support from the New York State Council on the Arts. Events must be open to the public and there is a maximum yearly funding cap for each organization. Contact Sherry Miller Hocking, Experimental Television Center, 109 Lower Fairfield Rd., Newark Valley, NY 13811 / (607) 687-4341 / www.experimentaltvcenter.org.
Grants available: The Fulbright Scholar Program provides grants in more than 140 countries. Opportunities are open to college and university faculty and administration, artists, journalists, business and government professionals, independent scholars, lawyers and many others. Contact the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES), 3007 Tilden St., NW, Ste. 5L, Washington, DC 20008-3009 / (202) 686-4000 / www.cies.org/.
Grants available: The Getty Research Institute provides residential and non-residential grants to scholars, scientists, conservators and professionals to pursue independent research and to support projects that advance the understanding of art and its history. Contact The Getty Grant Program, 2100 Getty Center Dr., Ste. 800, Los Angeles, CA 90049-1685 / (310) 440-7374 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.getty.edu. Deadline: Ongoing.
Grants available: The Jerome Foundation makes grants to support the creation and production of new artistic works by emerging artists and arts organizations in Minnesota and New York City. Contact Cynthia Gehrig, President, The Jerome Foundation, 125 Park Square Ct., 400 Sibley St., Minneapolis, MN 55101-1928 / (651) 224-9431 / email@example.com / www.jeromefdn.org. Deadlines: Ongoing.
Grants available: eMediaLoft.org, in New York City offers eight Creative Projects Subsidized Grants a year to artists doing original work in narrative, experimental or animation / Video or DVD, including Web-based Video, who need the assistance of an editor or computer operator in our studio. Documentary, political and promotional work is not considered for this grant, but low-cost services for such other projects are also available. www.emedialoft.org/creativeprojectgrants/creativegrantprojects.htm.
Grants available: The Leeway Foundation's Window of Opportunity grants support specific, concrete and timely opportunities that have a significant impact on an artist's work-such as an exceptional chance for advanced study with a significant mentor, travel associated with a residency, reading, performance, or exhibition, or rental of equipment or purchase of materials needed. Artists working in all disciplines are encouraged to apply and may request up to $2000. Deadlines throughout the year. The Leeway Foundation also provides immediate, short-term grants of up to $2500 to women in the five-county Philadelphia region who create art that engages an individual or community change. Work can be traditional or nontraditional. The Leeway Foundation, 123 S. Broad. St., Ste. 2040, Philadelphia, PA 19109 / (215) 545-4078 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.leeway.org.
Grants available: The Nancy H. Gray Foundation for Art in the Environment offers grants to artists who work outdoors in the U.S. and address environmental problems, issues, and education. For information send SASE to Nancy H. Gray Foundation for Art in the Environment, 5128 Manning Dr., Bethesda, MD 20814. Deadline: Ongoing.
Grants available: The National Museum of Women in the Arts' Library Fellows Program will award $12,000 to support the production of an artist's book in a limited edition of 125. The artist will retain 25 copies as remuneration. The remaining books will be sold to benefit the Library and Research Center. The award-winning book will be displayed at the Center for one year and will be added to the museum's permanent collection. National Museum of Women in the Arts, Library and Research Center, 1250 New York Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20005 / (202) 783-7365 / www.nmwa.org.
Grants available: New York Foundation of the Arts (NYFA) offers Special Opportunity Stipends (S.O.S. grants) to NY artists ranging from $100-$600 for opportunities that will significantly benefit the artist's work or career development. The grants are issued for specific, forthcoming opportunities that are distinct from work in progress. Applicants must be 18 and older and must have been a full-time NY resident for the year preceding the application deadline. The grants are not open to graduate, undergraduate or high school students. Information on this and other programs is available from NYFA, 155 Ave. of the Americas, 14th Fl., New York, NY 10013-1507 / (212) 366-6900, X 217 / www.nyfa.org. Deadline: Ongoing.
Grants available: The North Carolina Arts Council serves as the steward for state and federal funds available to NC residents, arts organizations and, in some instances to out-of-state residents, for arts projects. www.ncarts.org. Deadline: Ongoing.
Grants available: To Philadelphia-area artists. Contact Pew Fellowships in the Arts, 230 S. Broad St., Ste. 1003, Philadelphia, PA 19102 / (215) 875-2285 / fax (215) 875-2276 / email@example.com / www.pewarts.org.
Grants available: Ultimate Eye Foundation, One $5,000 grant for both creative digital photography and photographic figurative work. Must be over eighteen years of age and not a full-time student at any college or university. For more information visit www.ultimateeyefoundation.com. Deadline: Received by Dec. 17, 2005.
Internships available: Afterimage offers unpaid internships that give students, emerging scholars, critics, writers and thinkers the opportunity to become involved with the day-to-day operations of a small nonprofit arts journal. Tasks include line editing, copy editing, proofreading, research, promotional activities, and writing news and book reviews for our "Media Noted" section. Interns are asked to commit to at least 10 hours/week for three months and are welcome to stay longer. College (undergraduate or graduate) credit can be arranged through the home institution. To apply, send a cover letter stating background, interests, experience and availability (and writing samples if available) to Karen vanMeenen, Editor, Afterimage Internships, 31 Prince St., Rochester, NY 14607 / (585) 442-8676 ext. 105 / firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline: Ongoing.
Internships available: The Brooklyn Museum offers numerous internships, providing graduate and undergraduate students entry-level experience in the various aspects of museum work. (718) 638-5000, ext. 426 / fax (718) 783-6501. Deadline: Ongoing.
Internships available: The Center for Photography at Woodstock offers photography internships in photography and arts administration (a tuition remission of over $5000). Depending on the program selected, interns are exposed to a diversity of photographic topics and approaches to the medium, learning creative imagemaking and a variety of teaching philosophies and strategies, or to curatorial practices, gallery management, exhibition installation and magazine production. They have the opportunity to personally meet and work with visiting artists and curators, and to share their portfolios with professionals. To be selected, interns must have transportation and plan to live in, or relocate to, the Woodstock, New York area during their internship. Candidates are selected by in-person interviews only. For an appointment call (845) 679-9957. Deadline: Ongoing.
Internships available: eMediaLoft. org, in New York City offers internships in Photography, Video, Arts Administration, Web Design and Writing to students presently attending American colleges. No pay, but we provide a good lunch, in a beautiful studio overlooking the Hudson River in Greenwich Village. You will need a place to stay in or around New York City. Please see our website: www.emedialoft.org/internships/internships.htm.
Submit papers: For a special issue of Afterimage, scheduled for 2006, focusing on media arts activism around the world. For more information see www.vsw.org.
Submit proposals: Dazibao and PRIM, in joint collaboration are offering a residency for production and exhibition of a project related to photography's relationship to sound, video and digital media. Submission should include a CV, artist statement, visual documentation of previous work, a precise description of your project proposal, the technical equipment and facilities required to produce the work, a budget of the project's technical production and a SASE. (514) 845-0063 / www.dazibaophoto.org.
Submit proposals: CEC ArtsLink provide support to US artists, curators, presenters and arts organizations undertaking projects in Central Europe, Russia and Eurasia. Seeking ArtsLink Projects for 2006 that is designed to benefit participants and audiences in both the US and the host country. (212) 643-1985 x22 / www.cecartslink.org. Application deadline: Postmarked by Jan. 16, 2006.
Submit proposals: 2006 OAH Erik Barnouw Award honors the late Erik Barnouw, Columbia University historian of mass media. This annual award recognizes outstanding programming on network or cable television, or in documentary film, concerned with American history, the study of American history and/or the promotion of history. $1000. Only films and video programs released Jan. 1, 2005 through Dec. 31, 2005 are eligible. (812) 855-9852 / www.oah.org. Deadline Dec. 1.
Submit proposals: 2006 Emily Hall Tremaine Exhibition Award. $50,000-$125,000 grant to curators for the realization of a strong thematic exhibition concept that challenges the boundaries of contemporary art. Information and applications: (203) 639-5544 / www.tremainefoundation.org. Deadline: Spring 2006.
Submit proposals: NATA Media Fund Initiatives offers funding for public television projects in the final stages of post-production. A full-length rough cut must be submitted for consideration for completion funding. Funding is also available through the James T. Yee Mentorship Program for media works. www.naatanet.org. Deadline: Ongoing.
Submit proposals: San Diego Art Institute Museum of the Living Artist, International Digital Exhibition 2006. $6000 total awards. www.sandiego-art.org. Deadline: Dec. 9.
Submit proposals: The Project Competition of the Santa Fe Center for Photography honors committed photographers working on long-term documentary projects and fine-art series. Three jurors reach a consensus on the First Prize and three finalists. Each individual juror also selects a project to receive one of the three Juror's Choice awards. Deadline: Dec. 1.
Call for Entries: Griffin Museum of Photography call for juried exhibition. Arthur Griffin Legacy Awards. All entries must be received between Dec. 29 and Jan. 28, 2006. For guidelines: (781) 729-1158 / www.griffinmuseum.org.
Call for Entries: Movies on a Shoestring, 48th Rochester International Film Festival, open to films and videos in all genres up to 30 minutes in length on 35mm film, 16mm film, Beta SP video (NTSC). Preview copy must be 1/2" VHS (NTSC) or DVD. Early deadline, Dec. 1, $30. Late deadline, Feb. 14, 2006, $40. Movies on a Shoestring, Inc., P.O. Box 17746, Rochester, NY 14617. Entry form available at www.rochesterfilmfest.org.
Call for Entries: Nashville Film Festival (NaFF) has announced its 37th Annual Nashville Film Festival, April 20-26, 2006, at the Regal Green Hills Stadium 16. For more information or entry forms: email@example.com / (615) 742-2500 / www.withoutabox.com / www.nashvillefilmfestival.org. Late Deadline: Dec. 2.
Call for Entries: Direct Art Magazine: Fall Annual Book Edition. Online prospectus at www.slowart.com/prospecuts or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline: March 31, 2006.
Call for Entries: Eighth National "Krappy Kamera" Competition open to artists working with plastic cameras such as the Holga, Diana, and home-made pinhole cameras. Fee. $40 for up to 6 digital work prints. (516) 485-6951 / www.sohophoto.com. Deadline: Dec. 30.
Call for Entries: Hot Docs, North America's largest documentary festival and market. Online entry form and guidelines available at www.hotdocs.ca. Early entry deadline: Dec. 12. Late deadline: Jan. 13.
Call for Entries: To Center for Book Arts, submit artworks created between 2003-2006 to be considered for the 2006 Artist Members Exhibition: Multilated/ Cultivated Environments. Deadline: March 31, 2006. Also invites members' proposals for its Featured Artist Projects Exhibition Programs. Deadline: Ongoing. Proposals are reviewed three or four times a year. Only current Artist Members may apply. E-mail Sarah Nicholls, Program Manager at email@example.com with questions about the application process. www.centerforbookarts.org.
Submit work: Smithtown Township Arts Council seeks entries for its 27th Annual Juried Photography Exhibition April 1, 2006-April 30, 2006 at the Mills Pond House Gallery, St. James, New York. Entry. Juror: Joyce Tenneson. First and Second place cash and exhibition prizes. Entry fee: $45 for up to three entries. For a prospectus, please send SASE to Mary Burk, STAC, 660 Route 25A, St. James NY 11780 or see www.stacarts.org. Deadline: Feb. 15, 2006
Submit work: To the 15th Annual New Images Exhibition: A Juried Photo Competition for the Mid-Atlantic States at New Image Gallery, the university photography gallery at James Madison University. Includes DE, MD, NY, NJ, PA, VA, WV, DC. Photography or including photo processes. $18/3 slides. Send SASE to Corinne Diop, School of Art and Art History, MSC 7101, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA 22807. (540) 568-6485 / firstname.lastname@example.org, www.jmu.edu/art. Deadline: Jan. 23, 2006.
Submit work: For Photography Now: one hundred portfolios. An international survey DVD-ROM juried by curators from Europe, Japan and the United States and an exhibition with permanent collection purchases. Prospectus: http://www.wright.edu/photonow. Deadline: March 10, 2006.
Submit work: The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts is seeking talented artists for their residency program. For more information: www.bemiscenter.org/residency/index.html.
Submit work: The 4th Degolyer Triennial and American Bookbinding Competition is accepting submissions. The first prize winner receives a $6000 commission. For more information visit bookbinding.smu.edu. Deadline: Dec. 31.
Submit work: Seeking experimental video, film, new media, digital installations and Web-based work. Echotrope, a nomadic arts organization located in Omaha, NE, works collaboratively with other art venues such as the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts and the University Nebraska-Omaha Art Gallery to organize art exhibitions and screenings of contemporary media work. We are seeking submissions for the 2006-08 seasons. We accept miniDV, DVDs, URLs and slides for consideration of media work of fall manifestations. Please send materials including a current CV, contact information and SASE to Echotrope, P.O. Box 31394, Omaha, NE 68181-0394. Deadline: Dec. 1.
Submit work: Seeking artwork in all media for exhibition. Send 10 slides, VHS/DVD/CD, works list, statement, resume and SASE to Ron Sherhofer, Olin Fine Arts Center, Washington & Jefferson College, 285 E. Wheeling St., Washington, PA 15301 or email@example.com.
Submit work: To the Center for Photography at Woodstock, which seeks photography, digital, multi-media, installation and film/video from artists and curators for possible exhibition and/or publication. For information contact The Center for Photography at Woodstock, 58 Tinker St., Woodstock, NY 12498 / (914) 679-9957. Deadline: Ongoing.
Submit work: To the monthly Emerging Filmmakers Series at the Little Theatre, Rochester, NY in film or video format. Open to New York State filmmakers, regardless of age or educational status. Maximum length: 30 minutes. No fee. No honorarium. Notification via email 3-4 weeks after receipt. Send VHS or DVD screener, cover letter with 1-sentence blurb, 1-sentence director bio and full contact information (including email) and SASE for return (tapes and DVDs will not be returned without SASE) to Karen vanMeenen, Programmer, Emerging Filmmakers Series, Little Theatre, 240 East Ave., Rochester, NY 14604. Deadline: Ongoing.
Submit work: To Via, a collaborative, artistled initiative whose primary concern is the use of everyday spaces as a platform to address history, culture and art practice. Contact Susan Grogan, 56 Synge St., Dublin 8, Ireland / (866) 841-9140 X 6269 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submit work: For a screening at the annual conference of the National Association for Poetry Therapy in April 2006. Open to all works made since 2003, preferably with a focus on writing for growth and healing. Maximum length: 10 minutes. Send DVD (preferred) or VHS screener, cover letter (including full contact information and exact running time of film), and SASE for return to Karen vanMeenen, Poetry Video Submission, c/o Afterimage, 31 Prince St., Rochester, NY 14607. Note: Films cannot be returned unless an SASE is supplied with submission. Deadline: March 8, 2006.
FILM SEARCH JOB LISTING
The Film Program in the Department of Transmedia, College of Visual and Performing Arts, Syracuse University is searching for a senior faculty in film, Associate or Full Professor. Tenure is possible for highly qualified candidate. Salary will be commensurate with experience and professional status.
Applicant should have a well established record of excellence in teaching and production and exhibition of creative filmmaking. We are looking for a person able to teach all aspects of 16mm, super 16mm and digital filmmaking as well as some areas within history/theory/criticism. Collegiality and collaboration is critical in a department that includes video, computer art, and photography and encourages cross discipline studies.
Applicant should send a letter of intent, full CV, tape or DVD of creative work (full works, not sample reels), several course syllabi, and names of references and a SASE to:
Film Search Committee, Syracuse University, Department of Transmedia, 102 Shaffer Art Building, Syracuse, NY 13244-1210. Deadline: December 15, 2005. Syracuse University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
TRANSMEDIA SEARCH JOB LISTING
New Media/Digital Technologies Syracuse University, College of Visual and Performing Arts
Full-time, tenure track position begins August 2006. MFA or equivalent, significant national or international exhibition record and three to five years of full-time teaching experience. Salary and rank will be commensurate with experience.
The new Department of Transmedia is seeking a qualified individual with a strong technical and theory background in new media and digital technology to teach, develop curriculum and act as the program coordinator for the interdisciplinary courses that will integrate the existing BFA degrees in Art Photography, Film Art, Art Video and Computer Art.
The successful candidate will also have a strong interest in working with the vision of the department in a collegial manner, while teaching studio and/or theory courses in any of the four areas, depending on specialization.
Send cover letter, work samples on CDROM, DVD, video tapes, full CV, reviews, teaching statement, sample syllabi, names and address of three referees and a SASE to:
Transmedia Search Committee, Syracuse University, Department of Transmedia, 102 Shaffer Art Building, Syracuse, NY 13244-1210. Deadline: March 17, 2006. Syracuse University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
CALL FOR ENTRIES
The Delta International Film and Video Festival, April 21-22, 2006. The Delta International Film and Video Festival is devoted to showcasing the work of independent film and video makers/artists. We are looking for work that exhibits exceptional artistry, insight, and innovation in all categories and genres. Held at Delta State University in Cleveland, MS, the DIFVF unspools in the heart of the Mississippi Delta--a unique, thriving, culturally rich and diverse region of the US. Founded: 2005. Cats: feature, doc, short, experimental, animation, student, any style or genre. Awards in all categories. Formats: 16mm, DVD, miniDV. Preview on VHS (NTSC). Entry Fee: $25; $15 (students). Contact: Robyn Moore, Delta State University, Art Department, Box D-2, Cleveland, MS, 38733; (662) 846-4731; email@example.com; click on link at art.deltastate.edu Deadline: March 1.
CALL FOR ENTRIES
2006 Summer Fellowships and Grants available to Artists and Writers of New York State
Artists and writers who live in New York State are invited to apply for month-long summer residencies at the Saltonstall Arts Colony in Ithaca, New York.
2006 Summer Fellowship Categories
* Prose (Fiction, Creative Nonfiction)
* Painting, Sculpture, visual arts
The Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts annually awards grants of $5,000 to writers and artists who live in the central and western counties of New York. See www.saltonstall.org for list of eligible counties. Grant categories change annually.
2006 Grant Categories
* Creative nonfiction
* Works on Paper
January 15, 2006
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