احتفالية الفن ميدان الاسكندرية
town house June
Ongoing to June 15, Factory
by Ayman Ramadan
Ongoing to June 15, Bookshop
Five channel Video work
by Ayman Ramadan
Ongoing to June 15, First Floor
by John Perkins “Mister Presidents Circus”
For more info: http://www.ripserve.com/perkins/
June 4, Rawabet, 8pm
Film Screening by Nazra for feminist studies
Directed by Jamel Mokni
For more information: http://www.en.nazra.org/
5 June, First Floor Project Room, Opening 7 pm
by Bart de Baets & Sandra Kassenaar
“Success and Uncertainty”
8 June, Library, 7pm
Curated by Angela Harutyunyan
“You Tell Me”
Shady El Noshakaty
Stammer: A Lecture in Theory
Jean Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Miéville, Six fois deux/Sur et sous la communication
12 June, Library, 7pm
by Sandra Kassenaar
19 June – 6 July, First Floor, Opening 7pm
Exhibition and Artist Talk
by Bas Princen
“Refuge – Five Cities’ Portfolios”
20 June, Rawabet, 2pm
Projection of “The Picture Story” workshop results
by John Perkins
20 June, Rawabet, 6pm
Arabia Offscreen one-day workshop with Stephen Stapleton
Offscreen Expeditions is an education programme dedicated to creating greater
understanding between young people in the UK, the Middle East and wider Islamic World.
For more information: www.offscreen.org.uk
26 June, Library, 7pm
By Bart de Baets
1 July, Factory, 7pm
MAAT For Contemporary Dance
For more information on the artist and project visit: www.karimamansour.com
Open Call: One Minutes Africa
Deadline for submissions: 15th July 2011
One Minutes are videos of exactly 60 seconds. You can now send us your One Minute videos for the first-ever One Minutes Africa competition.
There are 6 Categories to choose from:
1. Spoken word & sound: The art of language and sound, ranging from oral history to the sounds of the street
2. In my backyard: What is it like where you live? What happens there? Give us a sense of the place and the goings-on that surround you.
3. Where history begins: With real people in real places, history begins. Express your ideas of time and experience, from ‘small’,
personal histories to large-scale events.
4. Micro-commercials: Small companies run by passionate owners
5. Portraits: Even in a single minute, the essence of a person or object can be revealingly portrayed.
6. Privacy: What does privacy mean to you?
The One Minutes Africa competition is a co-production of Townhouse Gallery and The One Minutes foundation and is meant to specifically showcase the work of video makers in Africa. All videos submitted to The One Minutes Africa competition will also be automatically submitted to The One Minutes Global competition. The One Minutes Africa is made possible through the support of Arts Collaboratory.
Find us on Facebook and submit your videos here: http://www.theoneminutes.org/s67…about-one-minutes-africa
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