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This is The Art DEADLINES List. It is a list of competitions,
contests, call for entries/papers, grants, scholarships, fellowships,
jobs, internships, etc, in the arts or related areas (painting,
drawing, animation, poetry, writing, music, multimedia,
reporting/journalism, cartooning, dance, photography, video, film,
sculpture, etc), some of which have prizes worth thousands of dollars.
It is international in scope. Contests and competitions for students,
K-12 and college aged, are included. Some events/items take place on
the Internet. You are invited to submit items. The list is mailed
around the first of each month.

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A sample copy of the COMPLETE paper edition costs $3 ($2 for a
complete sample via email). Send your check (US bank only) to:
Resources, Box 381067, Cambridge MA 02238, USA

August 5, 1996 [WHO WILL RECEIVE DNP Grand Prix, $50,000 IN THE DNP
AWARD'96?] We are inviting entries for art works expressed on the
Internet. The DNP AWARD'96 is a contest held solely on the Internet as
a part of the Internet 1996 World Exposition. Total of $100,000 prize
money! A winner of the first prize, DNP Grand Prix will receive
$50,000, and each winner in other 5 prizes, Graphic Award, Interactive
Award, Innovative Technology Award, Social Contribution Award, and
Honorable Mention Award, will receive $10,000. Anybody who owns
copyright(s) on (a) work(s) are welcome for the entry. The
participants need first fill out a registration form
(http://park.org/Japan/DNP/award_top.html) (due August 5, 1996 23:59
GMT) prepared on the DNP Web page. Then submit an entry form (due
August 20, 1996 23:59 GMT) with the URL of your work. For further
detail, please enter our page (http://park.org/Japan/DNP) on the
Internet.

September 30, 1996 INTERACTIVE FACTORY IN BOSTON OFFERS MULTIMEDIA
WORKSHOPS FOR CREATIVE INDIVIDUALS. Year round intensive hands-on
workshops in Digital Imaging, Digital Video, Multimedia, and Web
Design. Beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels. Hands-on
workshops, with highly qualified instructors, held in a multimedia
design and development company. For further information, or to
receive a brochure, contact: Interactive Factory, 368 Congress Street,
Boston MA 02210 OR 617-426-0609 x59 OR workshops OR
http://www.ifactory.com/IF/ws/Workshops.html

July 01, 1996 Call to artists of New England The Fuller Museum of Art
Eighth Triennial. 1996 Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition. Send an SASE for
information to: Fuller Museum of Art, 455 Oak St, Brockton MA
02401-1399

July 01, 1996 Enter the Thrifty Car Rental Honeymoon Disaster Contest
The winner will be announced on Valentine's Day 1997. Send your sad
story, along with a SASE, to: Honeymoon Disasters 1996, c/o Thrifty
Rent-A-Car System Inc, Corporate Communications Dept, CIMS 1020, Box
35250, Tulsa OK 74153-0250

July 01, 1996 HEARTLAND FILM FESTIVAL: November 7-10, 1996, to
recognize and honor filmmakers whose work explores the human journey
by artistically expressing hope and respect for the positive values of
life. Entry fee. Details from: Jeffrey Sparks, HFF, 613 N East St,
Indianapolis IN 46202 OR 317-464-9405

July 01, 1996 NEW YORK, MONTAUK, Outdoor Fine Art Show August 17-18,
1996. Oils, acrylics, watercolor, graphics, sculpture, photography,
mixed media, pastels. No crafts or dealers. Cost for 12' x 14' space
is $100. Prizes, cash awards. Juried by 3 slides. Send SASE for
application to: Montauk Artists Association, Box 204, Montauk NY 11954

July 01, 1996 The 44th annual COLUMBUS INTERNATIONAL FILM & VIDEO
FESTIVAL October 22-24, 1996. Details from: The Film Council of
Greater Columbus, 5701 N High St Suite 204, Worthington OH 43085 OR
614-841-1666 OR chrisawd OR
http://www.infinet.com/~chrisawd

July 01, 1996 The Dow Jones Newspaper Fund seeks nominations for the
National High School Journalism Teacher of the Year Award. The award
honors an outstanding high school journalism teacher with at least
three years' experience who has done exemplary work during the 1995-96
academic year. The winning teacher will speak at the annual convention
of the American Society of Newspaper Editors and the Association for
Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. The winner will also
receive a $1000 college scholarship for further study in journalism.
Four runners-up will be named Distinguished Advisers and receive $500
scholarships. Contact: Dow Jones Newspaper Fund: Box 300, Princeton NJ
08543 OR 609-452-2820

July 01, 1996 Art Business Magazine: an Internet magazine on the
economics of the visual arts, has an open submission policy. ABM
Activity Report March-April/96 is now available. For a free report,
please contact the Editor. Art On the Internet: Do you have a web
site? Participate in the "Art On the Internet" survey and receive a
free e-mail copy of it in 6 months. SURVEY LOCATION:
http://www.culturenet.ca/artbusiness/survey.html Contact: Heather
Fraser, Art Business Magazine, Box 326, Bloomfield Ontario K0K 1G0,
Canada OR artbus OR
http://www.culturenet.ca/artbusiness

July 01, 1996 Berkely Art Center Juried Exhibition, September 1 -
October 6, 1996. Painting, sculpture, mixed media. $40/5 slides. For
prospectus send SASE to: BAC, 1275 Walnut, Berkeley CA 94709

July 01, 1996 Call for submissions. The Virginia Film Festival
requests, by July 1, 1996, films and videos of all genres and lengths
related to the 1996 theme: "Wild Spaces, Endangered Places." To be
held Oct. 31 - Nov. 1, 1996. The Festival will explore the physical
and mythic power of landscapes -- wild, cultivated, and virtual -- in
film. Westerns, road movies, environmental documentaries, and
experimental landscape films and videos are among the genres to be
exhibited. For an application form, go to:
http://minerva.acc.virginia.edu/~vafilm OR 804-982-5277

July 01, 1996 The National Council of Teachers of English invites
schools to submit their student literary magazines for its 1996
Program to Recognize Excellence in Student Literary Magazines.
Entries must have been published between September 1995 and July 1996.
They first will be judged on a state-by-state basis, followed by a
national judging. The winning schools receive certificates of
recognition. The NCTE charges a $25 entry fee. For more information
contact: National Council of Teachers of English, 1111 W Kenyon Rd,
Urbana IL 61801 OR 217-328-3870 X221

July 01, 1996 The Whitney Project, named for an 11-year-old Chicago
girl with AIDS, invites K-12 classrooms to exchange letters, phone
calls, artwork, or videos with children with HIV/AIDS. For more
information contact: Stella Reed, Whitney Project, Box 2511, Santa Fe
NM 87504 OR 505-473-7721

July 02, 1996 4th Annual Autumn Flourishes Exhibit September 7 -
October 4, 1996. Juried show of original fine arts. Open to all
artists over 18 and residents of FL, GA, MS, and AL. Limit of 3
entries. Fee. Over $2000 in awards. For prospectus send #10 SASE to:
Marianne McDonald, 6334 East Bay Blvd, Gulf Breeze FL 32561

July 03, 1996 Arnot Art Museum, 63rd Regional Exhibition. Aug 16 -
Sept 22, 1996. Juried. Over $3000 in prizes. Must be 18 years of age
and residing within 250 miles of Elmira, NY. For prospectus send SASE
to: Regional Exhibition, Arnot Art Museum, 235 Lake St, Elmira NY
14901

July 04, 1996 Bridgewater 4th of July Festival of performing and
visual arts. Juried. Send SASE for prospectus to: Barbara Hall, 1040
Pleasant St, Bridgewater MA 02324

July 04, 1996 First Annual Fun-Sun Benefit Photo Contest THEME:
Fun-Sun Fashion and Looking Good. Details from: editor
OR Fun-Sun Benefit Contest, IMAGEWORLD ENTERPRISES, Box 638, Hot
Springs AR 71902 OR 501-623-2009 OR 501-624-5262(FAX)

July 05, 1996 Riverwalk Arts Festival and Exhibition. The Juried
Exhibition is an indoor showing of professionally juried fine art work
and fine craft work running Saturday, August 24 through September 27,
1996. $20 nonrefundable entry fee. Details from: Riverwalk Art
Festival, York City Recreation and Parks, 1 Marketway West 3rd Floor,
York PA 17401-1231

July 07, 1996 Accepting faxes on the theme "Freedom" for exhibit June
20 - July 7, 1996. Limit 3 pp per artist, art &/or text. Submissions
may be faxed through July 7. All submissions displayed. Send to:
CSPS, 1103 Third St SE, Cedar Rapids IA 52401 OR 319-362-9156(FAX)

July 08, 1996 OPEN CALL VISUAL ARTISTS, COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS,
PERFORMING ARTISTS, FOLK ARTISTS are invited to submit proposals for
The Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center. CMAC invites groups and
individuals to produce events at CMAC or to propose events on which
CMAC can collaborate in production. When planning your event, please
keep in mind that we are looking to schedule events throughout the
year and encourage you to think about next fall, winter and spring.
Please call if you have questions. We look forward to learning of your
ideas. Mail proposals to: Open Call, CMAC, 41 Second St, Cambridge MA
02141 OR cmac@arts-online.com OR 617-577-1400

July 08, 1996 Ottawa International Animation Festival 1996 Ottawa 96
marks the 20th Anniversary of the International Animation Festival in
Canada. The Festival, which takes place from October 2 to October 6
1996, at Canada's distinguished National Arts Centre, looks forward to
entering a third decade as hosts to the world's greatest animation
films and filmmakers. All the events that the Festival has become
known for will lead us into our new decade - the competition;
panorama, retrospectives, tributes, and special screenings; the
popular animators' picnic; the workshops; Chez-Ani, the animators'
rendezvous and informal screening room; and of course the parties.
Ottawa 96 invites all filmmakers, production companies, students,
critics, and interested parties to take part. The Festival is always
looking for retrospective and workshop programming ideas, if you have
any suggestions for Ottawa 96, don't hesitate to contact us at: Chris
Robinson, Ottawa 96 International Animation Festival, 2 Daly Av,
Ottawa,Ontario K1N 6E2, Canada OR 613-232-8769 OR 613-232-6315(FAX) OR
aj899 OR
http://www.DocuWeb.ca/CFI-OttAniFest/OIAF/index.html

July 09, 1996 INSIDE STORY--an all-media national juried exhibition
focusing on the vessel, its various incarnations, uses, and meanings.
Awards: $1500. Send SASE for prospectus to: Galeria Mesa, Box 1466,
Mesa AZ 85211-1466 OR 602-644-2056 OR 602-644-2901(FAX)

July 10, 1996 NORTH EAST WATERCOLOR SOCIETY 20th Annual Juried
Exhibition October 19 - November 3, 1996. Watermedia on paper. Juried
by slide. Over $5000 in awards and purchase prizes. For prospectus
send SASE to: NEWS, 62 D'Alfonso Road, Newburgh NY 12550 OR
914-561-8489

July 10, 1996 New York Expo Call for Entries: THE 30TH ANNUAL NEW YORK
EXPOSITION OF SHORT FILM AND VIDEO, One of the nation's longest
running festivals for the independent film/video community.PREMIERE:
NOVEMBER 21 - 23, 1996, THE NEW SCHOOL. New York's premiere showcase
for cutting-edge and classic independent shorts seeks animation,
documentary, experimental and narrative works under 60 minutes in
length, as well as digital multi-media works of any size. The New
York Expo, now in its 30th year, is one of the nation's
longest-running annual festivals of short independent film and video.
Over the years, the Expo has sought out and presented the best of the
new -- conceptually advanced, technically innovative, thematically
challenging, and unconventional non-commercial films and videos --
works that may have a difficult time finding a venue. This year, the
Expo will also embrace the exciting new medium of digital multi-media,
with CD-ROMS and World Wide Web Pages. The Expo seeks films/videos
completed since 1994; CD-ROMs and Web Pages since 1992. Student and
international entries are welcome. Public screening formats: 16mm and
3/4" NTSC video only; 35mm and Super 8 films are shown in video
projection. Preview on 3/4" or 1/2" video, NTSC only; CD-ROMs in Mac
or PC format; Web Pages by URL. Entry fee: $35 for all formats. For
information and entry forms, contact: Robert Withers, New York Expo of
Short Film & Video, 532 LaGuardia Pl Suite 330, New York NY 10012 OR
212-505-7742 OR rswbc

July 10, 1996 Pastel Society of America 24th Annual Open Exhibition.
Sept 7-29, 1996 at the National Arts Club. Open to all Pastel
Painters, NO OIL PASTELS. Media soft pastel only. Over $20,000 in
awards. Entry fee: $25/1 slide, $35/2 slides and $45/3 slides. For
prospectus send SASE to: Rae Smith, Pastel Society of America, 15
Gramercy Park South, New York NY 10003

July 11, 1996 Printmaking USA '96--Call for Entries Printmaking
USA'96, a juried exhibit, sponsored by the Pittsburgh Print Group and
to be held at the Frick Fine Arts Gallery at the University of
Pittsburgh November 1 through December 15, 1996, is open to all U.S.
artists working in printmaking. Minimum of $2,000 in prizes, plus
corporate purchase prizes. Juror: Carol Pulin, Director of the Print
Alliance, Washington, DC, and former assistant Curator at the Library
of Congress. Entry fee is $20 for up to three (3) slides, and
additional slides may be submitted at $5 each. For prospectus and
entry form, send a No. 10 SASE to: Secretary, Pittsburgh Print Group,
332 Roup Av, Pittsburgh PA 15232-1012 OR norulak OR
http://www.lm.com/~norulak/printusa.htm

July 12, 1996 Riverwalk Arts Festival and Exhibition. The Adult
Literary Arts competition is an integral part of the Riverwalk Arts
Festival. Entries include poetry and short stories. The competition is
open to all adults 18 years of age and older. Details from: Riverwalk
Art Festival, York City Recreation and Parks, 1 Marketway West 3rd
Floor, York PA 17401-1231

July 12, 1996 16th Annual National Faber Birren Color Award Show,
October 6 - November 10, 1996. Open to all living artists and all
mediums. Cash awards. $1,200 Color Award. Fee: Members $10/slide,
Nonmembers $15/slide. For prospectus send #10 SASE to: Stamford Art
Association, 39 Franklin St, Stamford CT 06901

July 12, 1996 Riverwalk Arts Festival and Exhibition. The Festival
Marketplace consists of artists and fine craft persons displaying
their works for show and sale at specific site (booth) locations.
Details from: Riverwalk Art Festival, York City Recreation and Parks,
1 Marketway West 3rd Floor, York PA 17401-1231

July 12, 1996 Catharin Lorillard Wolfe Art Club 100th Annual
Exhibition, October 3, 1996, through October 25, 1996. Any woman
artist may submit to the Jury of Selection one original work of art,
which must have been executed within the last three years in oil,
acrylic, watermedia, pastel, printmaking, graphic or sculpture. NO
photography, computer generated art, or classroom instructed work.
Send an SASE for detailed prospectus to: Sheila Lavovitch, 33 East
35th St, Paterson NJ 07514

July 15, 1996 11th ANNUAL COGNAC HENNESSY JAZZ SEARCH Grover
Washington Jr. invites you to enter the 11th Annual Cognac Hennessy
Jazz Search. Four finalist bands will be flown to New York city, where
they will meet Grover Washington Jr., the host of the CognacHennessy
Jazz Search. These bands will perform live at a world-famous New York
City jazz club in front of a panel of nationally recognized judges.
Entry form available from: The Cognac Hennessy Jazz Search, 2801 Ocean
Park Blvd Suite JA, Santa Monica CA 90405

July 15, 1996 1996 Hendersonville Sidewalk Art Show $60 registration
fee/vendor license. August 2-3 (Fri & Sat), 1996. Cash prizes. Rain or
shine--no rain date. Details and registration form from: Arts League
of Henderson County, 50 Memminger Ct, Hendersonville NC 28739 OR
704-696-7926

July 15, 1996 Artists & writers wishing to exchange work with artists
& kindred spirits internationally are invited to consider Art/Life, a
monthly compilation of signed & numbered editions. Compiled by
editor/publisher Joe Cardella, each issue presents a diverse arry of
media, including collages, original prints & photos, dimensional
objects, poetry & prose. Visual artworks must be in at least 2 colors,
all mediums; articles & essays up to 1000 words, 2 sides of a page.
Participants eventually send 150 signed, high-quality reproductions,
originals or proofsheets. Since not all work is included, editors
suggest sending a sample or two with SASE first. Contributors receive
copy of the issue in which their work appears. Contact: Joe Cardella,
Art/Life, Box 23020, Ventura CA 93002

July 15, 1996 CALL FOR LATINA ARTISTS From the Midwest. The "Mujeres
de Pelo en Pecho" Exhibition Group seeks Latina artists working in all
visual media (including video), performance and sound works for
possible exhibition opportunities. Send resume and/or bio, slides,
video, or tape and SASE to: MDPP, 1951 West Lawrence, Chicago IL 60640

July 15, 1996 NATIONAL WATERCOLOR SOCIETY 76th Annual Exhibition, Nov
2 thru Dec 1996. Open to all artists. Media: watermedia on paper.
$15,000 in cash and purchase awards. Pre-juried by slide. Entry fee:
$15 members, $20 non-members. For prospectus, send business size SASE
to: Mary Lind, Exhibition Director, 517 N Prospect Av, Redondo Beach
CA 90277

July 15, 1996 Poetry Contest - $24,000 in Prizes. The National library
of Poetry to award 250 total prizes. The poem should be no more than
20 lines, and the poet's name and address must appear on the top of
the page. Anyone may enter the competition simply by sending in ONLY
ONE original poem, any subject, any style to: The National Library of
Poetry, 11419 Cronridge Drive, Box 704-1474, Owings Mills MD 21117

July 15, 1996 Take My Job, Please. True, true, true: Asian factories
churn out sneakers cheaper than any made here. Downsizing has created
the Incredible Shrinking Work force. A job that supported four people
in 1960 now supports two. But forget the bright side: office jokes.
Whether batted about the water cooler or zipped from desk to desk by
e-mail, they are as bountiful, as funny, as mean-spirited as ever.
Send the best jests making the rounds at your job - nothing unseemly
or personally damaging, of course - to: On the Job, Money and
Business, The New York Times, 229 West 43rd Street, New York NY 10036
OR onthejob. Include your phone number. All submissions
become the property of The Times and may be republished in any medium.

July 15, 1996 The 2nd Annual Angel Trimmer Writers Contest No fee to
enter, no age limits, no limit to amount of entries per person. 1st
Place Winner $25. 2nd Place Winner $15. Plus 20 Gold Certificates for
Merit will be awarded. Poetry, Essays, Short Stories or thoughtful
expressions will be accepted. All work sent must be original writings.
Send SASE along with your age, name and address and your writings to:
Angel Trimmer, Box 352, Shenandoah IA 51601 OR 712-246-4234

July 20, 1996 7th Annual International Miniature Show sponsored by the
Nevada Artists Association at the King Street Gallery. Cash prizes,
awards. Juried show. All media. No crafts or photography. Exhibition
dates: Aug 3 - Sept 14, 1996. Fee: $25 for up to 3 works. For
prospectus send #10 SASE to: Barbara Wright, 3575-A Vicky Lane, Minden
NV 89423

July 25, 1996 3RD ANNUAL LA JOLLA VILLAGE ART COMPETITION "all media";
Contemporary and traditional approaches to art; $15,000 in purchased &
judged awards; Exhibit: Sept 1 - 30, 1996. For an entry form call or
write: Art Prospect 1996, 5580 La Jolla Blvd #335, La Jolla CA 92037
OR 619-456-2081

July 28, 1996 poNetry is a competition for new and undiscovered poets.
A prize of $250 is offered every month, plus the opportunity to be
published in an annual anthology of net poetry. Author's copyright is
respected. The monthly deadline is the 28th, and entries are only
accepted via poNetry's Web site at: http://www.gold-woods.com/ponetry

July 31, 1996 GALLERY in the Hamptons seeks paintings, sculpture, etc,
for three month summer exhibition. Details from: Spectrum Fine Art,
132 Main, Wasthampton Beach NY 11978 OR 516-288-4565

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