arcades project

ARCADES PROJECT

CALL FOR SMALL PRESS & INDEPENDENT PUBLISHERS

CALL FOR ARTISTS

CALL FOR VENDORS

Deadline for applications: March 14th

What: Arcades Project is a curated event featuring artists, designers, and independent presses who are reconsidering the idea of text, writing, and the book. The event is part of Spring (W)rites, an annual literary festival in Ithaca, and is founded by visual and literary artists in Ithaca.

When: Friday 4pm-9pm Friday, May 6

as part of Spring (W)rites 2011

coinciding with Gallery Night (over 2,000 visitors)

Where: Ithaca, New York (The Commons)

Who: Arcades Project is looking for proposals from visual and literary artists to sell their wares, create installations/performances, screen videos, or conduct workshops. If you have any questions, please email emailarcadesproject@gmail.com

Call for Vendors: Vendors sell art objects, books, journals, zines, dvds, or games that are priced under $50. Visitors can purchase items and meet the authors/designers/artists behind the work.

Call for Artists: Artists are invited to propose installations, performances, or video screenings. Proposals should creatively explore the relationship between literary and visual arts, text and image, or art and shopping. Some financial support for materials will be provided.

Call for Workshops: Booth space is also available for informal workshops that introduce book arts related skills and discussion topics to visitors.

Application Fee: It is FREE to apply. Participating vendors will be charged a small ($25) fee to help cover the costs and secure your slot in Arcades Project.

Application deadline: March 14th

For more info contact: emailarcadesproject@gmail.com

Click here to download an application form

Accepted proposals notified by: March 23rd via email

Participation Fee is due by April 6th

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About station923

Located in Ithaca, NY, Project Space 923 is an alternative exhibition space committed to the uncompromising presentation of contemporary art. Our goal is to offer a platform for innovative and audience-engaging forms of practice in a community with few such venues, as well as to involve the contemporary art dialogue on a regional, national and global level. View all posts by station923

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