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April
Year
1995
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Opportunities Publisher Seeks U-M Scribes. Submit (iction, memoirs, essays, humor and poetry for an anthology of U-M experiences. BW photos & art also accepted. Any era, anything goes. Materials + SASE to: Tamarack Publishing Co., P.O. Box 7, Rhinelander Wl 54501. "Earthen VIII" Slide deadline April 1 0. Michigan artists working in clay invited to show in May exhibit in Michigan Gallery. "Water" June show deadline May 1. Michigan Gallery, 2661 Michigan Ave., Detroit MI 48216. 313-961-7867 Alliance tor Community Media Central States Región 1995 Spring Conference May 11-13, Guest Quarters Suite Hotel, Troy Ml. Workshops in TV production, public access speakers, vendors. Hosted by Oakland County Cable Communications Corp., 1230 Souter, Troy Ml 48083. Sue Burns or Judy Crandall, 810-589-7778 "Onion City Film Festival" Deadline Apr. 1 0. Experimental work in 16mm & Super 8 film. The Onion City Film Festival, co Johnny White, Festival Director, 1467 S. Michigan Ave., 3rd Fl„ Chicago II 60605. 312-986-1823 Ann Arbor Play wrights group meets biweekly 2 pm Sundays in a structured workshop environment for the development of new plays. Playwrights, screenwriters, directors, actors & interested others are welcome to join. Contact: John Dodt, 204 N. 7th, Ann Arbor Ml 48103. 995-2047 Art Center Spring Art Classes begin the week of April 17. Ann Arbor Art Association, 117 W. Liberty. 994-8004 Performers Sought for 1995 Detroit Festival of the Arts. Deadline Apr. 14. All types of stage & street perf orming artists are needed for Sept. 15-17 festival. Contact: Regina Benjamin Steiger, University Cultural Center Association, 4735 Cass Ave., Detroit MI 48202. 313577-5088 Cali for Scripts f rom playwrights ages 12-18. Deadline Apr. 14. Scripts exploring an aspect of disability set in Anytown, USA, to be produced in JFK Center in Wash., DC. Contact: Young Playwrights Coördinator, Very Special Arts, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Education Office, Washington, D.C. 20566. 202-628-2800 ARTSEDGE Worldwide Web pages and Arts Information Gallery Gopher are now available on the Internet courtesy of The John F. Kennedy Center with support from the NEA and U.S. Dept. of Ed. Send your own information and browse in areas ncluding K-12 arts education and Goals 2000. Gopher purple.tmn.com & select artsedge nformation gallery. Non-ProfitOrganizations sponsoring art competitions in any discipline can apply to the Arts Foundation of Michigan for prize money for Best of Show awards, deadline May 1. Kim Adams, AFM, 645 Griswold, #2164, Detroit MI 48226.313-964-2244 "The Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs' 1995 Art Fair Directory" now available.Send#10SASEwith$.78toMCACA, 1200 6th St., Detroit MI 48226. "Arts MidwestNEA Regional Visual Artist Fellowshlps" deadline May 15. Crafts, photography & sculpture. Applications: AMW, 528 Hennepin Ave., #31 0, Minneapolis MN 554031 899. Arts Midwest Funding Associates Sandra LeBlanc-Boland or Scott Staupe 61 2-341 -0755 "Gifts of Art" program of U-M Hospitals soliciting slides from Michigan artists for aprox. 80 art exhibits every yr. in 9 galleries. All media considered. Info: Gifts of Art, NI-5B01 , NIB, 300 N. Ingalls, Ann ArborMI 48109-470. 936-ARTS "17th Annuai NimrodRuth G. Hardman Awards" Postmark deadline Apr. 10. Katherine Anne Porter Prize for Fiction and Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry, $1 ,000 1 st prize, $500 2nd for each genre, publication in Nimrod: International Joumal of Prose and Poetry. Contest rules: send#10SASEtoNIMRODContestlnformation, 2210 S. Main, Tulsa OK 741 14. Cheryl Gravis, Mng. Ed., Nimrod, 918-584-3333 Art & Humanities Supporters can respond to the current threat to national funding by using two national phone campaigns to send messages to their elected officials in Washington. Live operators will provide details (incl. cost): 1-900-370-9000 (Emergency Committee to Save Culture & the Arts); 1 -800-651 -1 575 (Cultural Advocacy Group). Concerned Citizens for the Arts in Michigan 313-961-1776

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