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ArteEast:Opportunities for Artists January 2014

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Founded in 2003, ArteEast is a leading New York-based not-for-profit organization dedicated to engaging a growing global audience and arts professionals with the contemporary arts of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) and its diaspora.

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3rd International Emerging Artist Award

Deadline January 31

Applications are still being accepted for the 2014 International Emerging Artist Award. Prize winners will receive a trip to Dubai, one solo show, one international group show, and the chance to participate in an international art fair. 

For more information and to submit, please click here.

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  • The State is accepting submissions for its upcoming volume. Experimentation with form, media and content are encouraged, but submissioons should address the theme of "Browning the Future," or the question: What does post-westerness look like?
    For more information and to submit, please click here.
    Deadline January 22
  • Submissions for the Mario Merz Prizes in Art and Music are now being accepted. Artists and musicians participating in the selection are to be nominated by curators, museum directors, galleries or members of other cultural associations, and music institutions, interpreters, music critics, and experts, respecitvely.
    For more information and to submit, please click here.
    Deadline January 31
  • Artists Alliance Inc. is pleased to invited independent curators and arts professionals to submit exhibition proposals to be considered for the 2015Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space exhibition schedule. 
    For more information and to submit, please click here
    Deadline February 1

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The Sharjah Foundation Production Programme

Deadline January 31

The Sharjah Foundation Production Programme is still accepting applications. Arts practitioners are invited to propose imaginative, ambitious, and inspirational projects that will transform our understanding of what art is and how it can be experienced. A total of up to $200,000 is available in this application cycle.

For more information and to apply, please click here.

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  • 98weeks is launching a Curatorial Residency. This new public programming initiative offers individuals, collectives, and organizations the chance to develop a series of events focused on a chosen research theme. The curator in residence will develop public programming such as workshops, talks, exhibitions, and performances over a 3 to 6 month period.
    For more information and to apply, please click here.
    Deadline ongoing
  • Lower Manhattan Cultural Council is now accepting applications forWorkspace, a nine-month studio residency program for emerging visual artists, performing artists, and writers focused on the creative process and the development of a community of peers and professionals in the field. 
    For more information and to apply, please click here
    Deadline January 30
  • Magic of Persia, in partnership with Parasol Unit Foundation for Contemporary Art, is delighted to offer a unique research-based residency opportunity for emerging and mid-career Iranian artists living and working in Iran. 
    For more information and to apply, please click here.
    Deadline February 15

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Ashkal Alwan Home Workspace Program

Dates Jan 14 – Feb 11

As part of its Home Workspace Program, Ashkal Alwan will host a keynote lecture and weekly seminar with Jalal Toufic. Entitled Creating and Dispersing Universes that Include Fiction/Artworks, the seminar will be held in five sessions every Tuesday at 6:30, from January 14 until February 11. 

For more information and to register, please click here.

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  • Join the jamjar for "Street Art Conversations," part of the ongoing 3rd Mondays series. This month's discussion will focus on the culture and issues surrounding graffiti and other forms of street/urban art. 
    For more information, please click here.
    Date January 20
  • The Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here project collated hundreds of visual and textual responses by artists and writers to the 2007 bombing that destroyed Baghdad's cultural and intellectual hub. Join Alan Ingram as he chairs a discussion about the project with two of the project's contributing artists, Catherine Cartwright and Mona Kriegler, and guest speaker Dr. Safaa Sangour Al-Salih. 
    For more information and to RSVP, please click here.
    Date January 22
  • University of Arts London will be offering a three-day Curating Contemporary Art course. Taught at the Meem Gallery, this Dubai-based course aims to introduce students to the enormous scope of contemporary art practice internationally, investigating the role of the curator within this field. 
    For more information and to register, please click here.
    Dates February 11-13

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Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art Full-Time Employment

Deadline Ongoing

Mathaf: Museum of Modern Art is offering job opportunities for full-time employment based in Doha, Qatar. Opportunities include : Curator of International Modern and Contemporary Art, Curator with knowledge of Arab World, Assistant Curator, Publication Coordinator, Translator specializing in art history and criticism. 

For more information and to apply, please click here

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  • Rooftop Films is seeking Festival and Programming Interns for Spring 2014. Graduate students and applicants finishing their first  year of college (or age equivalent) or older are welcome. Internships are not paid, but can be done for school credit. 
    For more information and to apply, please click here
    Deadline January 20
  • Ashkal Alwan is seeking Interns and Volunteers for the Winter and Spring Season 2014. Positions include : Film Program Intern, Music Program Intern, Communications and Development Intern, as well as volunteers for the Alwan Concert Series, the Alwan Film Series, and Alwan Marketing and Social Media. 
    For more information and to apply, please click here
    Deadline ongoing
  • Pioneer Works, Center for Art and Innovation, is currently seeking interns. Positions include : Graphic Design Intern, Photo/Video Intern, Gallery/Research Intern, Social Media Intern, and Magazine Design and Distribution Interns. 
    For more information and to apply, please click here.
    Deadline ongoing 

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Hassan Sharif at Alexander Gray Associates

January 8 – February 8

Alexander Gray Associates presents an exhibition featuring recent works by Hassan Sharif, accompanied by a fully illustrated catalog and a conversation between the artist and independent curator, Murtaza Vali on Friday, January 17th. 

For more information, please click here

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  • MoMA presents Annemarie Jacir's film When I Saw You. The film, a story of 11-year-old Tarek who becomes separated from his father when, in 1967, tens of thousands of refugees from Palestine poured into camps in Jordan, will be screened from January 15-January 22. 
    For more information and to purchace tickets, please click here.
    Dates January 15-22
  • AKINCI proudly presents Memory Material, an exhibition premiering the work of Jananne Al-Ani and Stéphanie Saadé in the Netherlands, curated by Nat Muller. In Memory Material, two Middle Eastern artists explore issues of memory and how it both endures and disappears in materials and through technologies such as photography and film. 
    For more information, please click here.
    Dates January 18-February 22
  • Distant Images, Local Positions, a group exhibition curated by Wafaa Bilal will open on January 24th at EFA Project Space in New York. The exhibition is comprised of artists who, using technological imagery as their point of departure, propose unstable positions that question and subvert the photographic construction of visual power. 
    For more information, please click here.
    Dates January 24-March 8

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