SICA, The Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts, is seeking images generated from your cell phone for a series of exhibitions called “Phoned-In!”. The only requirement is that they be original, unretouched photographs taken by you on your camera-phone and emailed directly to us at PhonedIn@sica.org.
Just select some of the photos you’ve taken on your phone or snap a new photo on your phone and email it to us! It’s that simple. We will reply with a link for you to remit your entry fee.
Check out Earthcam, which documents the construction process of the Whitney Museum’s new location in New York’s Meatpacking District. The 20,000 foot space, designed by architect Renzo Piano and located at Washington Street and Gansevoort Street, will be open to the public in 2015.
“Art has always been my salvation. And my gods are Herman Melville, Emily Dickinson, Mozart. I believe in them with all my heart. And when Mozart is playing in my room, I am in conjunction with something I can’t explain. I don’t need to. I know that if there’s a purpose for life, it was for me to hear Mozart. Or if I walk in the woods and I see an animal, the purpose of my life was to see that animal. I can recollect it, I can notice it. I’m here to take note of. And that is beyond my ego, beyond anything that belongs to me, an observer, an observer.”—
ArtsCAP presents a night of gallery opening receptions and other arts events on April 21, 2012 from 7 to 10pm in downtown Asbury Park. PARK FOR FREE at the Bangs Ave Garage, courtesy of TAKA Restaurant, 632 Mattison Ave. Arts Night presented by ArtsCAP in co-operation with Melarbit Partners and the Asbury Park Chamber of Commerce.
Come visit us on Saturday night! We’ll be here from 7 to 10, with poet Nicole Homer on the hour. In addition we’ll have live music from Melissa Chill at 7:30, Alexandra Inglis at 8:30 and Poppa John Bug at 9:30, so stop by and say hello!