Archive for 2007

  • 05.04.2007


    Call for Submissions – PLAY/GROUNDS a new festival of site-specific installation work in Parkdale Deadline: Friday June 22, 2007 The festival seeks to challenge popular notions of public space, and to explore how diverse populations creatively relate with and within the shared spaces of their community. Parkdale is one of Toronto�s most diverse neighbourhoods, with […]

  • 05.01.2007

    Real Costs

    Real Costs is a Firefox plug-in that inserts emissions data into travel related e-commerce website. The first version adds CO2 emissions information to airfare websites such as,,, etc. Following versions will work with car directions, car rental, and shipping websites. Think of it like the nutritional information labeling on the back of […]

  • 04.27.2007

    Subtle Technologies 07

    Subtle Technologies 10th Annual Festival: Art, Body and Medicine :: 10 years of blurring the boundaries between science and art :: May 24 – 27 :: Innis Town Hall, University of Toronto, Canada. As scientific and technological breakthroughs prominently occupy our culture, we ask where the boundaries are. We investigate how we relate bodies in […]

  • 04.25.2007

    Submit to Conflux

    Conflux 2007 will take place in Brooklyn again this September and we want you in it! The call for proposals is at and has all the information you need on how to participate. DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MAY 10TH. The Conflux festival has been described as “a network of maverick artists and unorthodox urban investigators…making […]

  • 04.24.2007

    Hate Toronto?

    So you hate Toronto? Bring it on(line)! In Globe Toronto last week, R.M. Vaughan’s “Toronto the Grimy!” defended his adopted city in the wake of the cross-Canada attack documented in Let’s All Hate Toronto, which premiered Friday night at the city’s acclaimed Hot Docs film festival. “All the bad things the rest of the country […]

  • 04.18.2007

    PAVED Arts :: 21

    PAVED Arts presents: 21 Curated By Elwood Jimmy Cheryl L’Hirondelle Divya Mehra Jayce Salloum Camille Turner Gabriel Yahyahkeekoot Exhibition: April 20 – May 19, 2007 21 features installations and videos by five artists who draw upon aboriginal and non-dominant cultures to raise questions about conventional definitions and Canadian official policies of “multiculturalism.” more info:

  • 04.18.2007

    Version 07

    Version>07 the Insurrection Internationale is starting this week: April 19 – May 6, 2007. Chicago. The hybrid art festival / art fair brings together individuals, groups and networks that utilize visual and conceptual art strategies, innovative social practices, public art projects, and new music to push the counter cultures forwards. more info: 

  • 04.16.2007


    MADRID ABIERTO 2008: CALL FOR ARTISTS Deadline: 15th June 2007 For more information: abierto -at- Public art festival MADRID ABIERTO opens the call for participation for its 5th edition, that will take place during the month of February, 2008. The program will present a series of interventions of ephemeral or temporary character in […]

  • 04.12.2007

    Projections Party!

    This event is part of the survey exhibition “Projections” — a survey of four decades of projection-based installations by artists from across the country and internationally — presented at the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, the Blackwood Gallery, University of Toronto Art Centre and Doris McCarthy Gallery.

  • 04.11.2007

    P.Art.y 2007

    Art Center Nabi, a leading media art center in Seoul, Korea, is organizing P.Art.y, 3 days’ festival for live performance, exhibition, screening, seminar, and workshop in September 2007. All the creative energies at the intersection between arts and technology will gather and explore new landscape of arts in technological era. Highlighting the live multi-modal experience […]