Calls for papers, exhibitions, information, etc.

n.paradoxa
http://web.ukonline.co.uk/n.paradoxa/index.htm

You might be interested in the latest print edition of n.paradoxa:international feminist art journal which has just been published. n.paradoxa remains the only international feminist art journal both in print and online which focuses on contemporary women artists and feminist art theory. I invite any FAH’ers who are writing feminist essays about contemporary women artists to put forward ideas for its future print volumes or for the online versions. Themes for the print versions in 2001 are announced below. Online and print versions carry different copy and have different ISSNs. n.paradoxa is published by a small independent publisher on a low budget and if you can persuade your library or institution to subscribe and ensure more people have access to it, I would be extremely grateful,

From July-September 2000, I’m running a special subscriber and friend’s offer, if you and your friend order or renew together or you want to purchase a second subscription as a gift for your best friend then both of you can receive 10% off the usual subscription price. (from Katy Deepwell, editor - k.deepwell@ukonline.co.uk)

Current volume (v. 6): Martina Pachmanova interviews Kaja Silverman * Marsha Meskimmon writes about Jenny Holzer’s Lustmord * Leonida Kovac discusses Katarzyna Kozyra’s Olympia and Orshi Drodzik’s Medical Venus * Gayatris Sinha on “The gaze of the Devi and contemporary Indian women artists” * Tee Corinne “Who’s looking at who? in lesbian photography” * Sanne Kafod Olsen on Oriental fantasies by Turkish artist Guelsuen Karamustafa * Gail Bourgeois analyses the Canadian exhibition L’amour horreur * Susan Douglas discovers the work of Lori Newdick * Catherine Grant writes about Collier Schorr, Anna Gaskell and Sarah Jones * Anne Hamlyn reviews “Textures of memory” artists * Pages: Carolee Schneemann “Vulva’s Morphia” * Barbara Hammer “History lessons” * Vita Bujvid “Secret desires”

Forthcoming volumes:
Volume 7: Urban fictions (January 2001)
Volume 8: Economies/exchanges (July 2001)

Full details of content of volumes 1-5 available on web-site.
1: Feminism/Post Feminism (January 1998)
2: Women and New Media (July 1998)
3: Body.space and memory (January 1999)
4: Sculpture/installation (July 1999)
5: About time (performance art) (January 2000)


Call for session proposals for the 2002 Annual Meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians appears in the August 2000 issue of the SAH newsletter. Proposals are due by 5 January 2001 to the program chair, Diane Favro, UCLA. The 2002 conference will be held in Richmond, Va. The 2001 conference will be in Toronto and fuller information about SAH activities can be found on the website at http://www.sah.org


Women’s art news is looking for front page articles. Articles should be about a woman in the arts who has made a significant contribution. Preferred length is between 400 and 700 words. Women’s art news is a free newsletter distributed to subscribers throughout the United States. It is published monthly from September through May by the Women’s Studio Center, a non-profit fine arts organization in New York City. Please send articles via post to: Women’s Studio Center Inc., P.O. Box 56155, Woolsey Station, Long Island City, NY 11105, or by email to WSC586@aol.com For information, please email or call 718-274-9585 (from post by Loretta Lorance on CAAH)


The Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgendered Round Table of the American Library Association needs your help!

Here is your chance to use your talents to help your fellow GLBT librarians, and it doesn’t require leaving the comfort of your home, traveling to ALA, and attending multiple meetings!!

The Book Awards Committee of the GLBT-RT is looking for graphic artists to submit ideas for a poster celebrating the 30th anniversary of the ALA-GLBT book award.

The idea is to have something similar to a Caldecott/Newbery awards poster, but emphasizing GLBT-RT book award winners, finalists, etc. The poster should be colorful, clear, and concise. The design should be original, rather than a poster showing book covers of all award winners. Preferably, the design and content should not become quickly outdated.

ALA would be responsible for poster production, and the poster would be marketed through ALA Graphics and the ALA store.

Deadline for submissions: November 30, 2000

If you are interested in donating your time and talents to this worthy cause, please contact:
Ellen Bosman, M.L.S.
Technical Services Librarian
Indiana University Northwest Library
3400 Broadway
Gary,IN 46408
Ph: 219-980-6947 : Fax: 219-980-6558
ebosman@iunhaw1.iun.indiana.edu
http://www.lib.iun.indiana.edu/ebosman.htm


Women’s Studio Workshop in Rosendale, New York (90 miles North of NYC) offers programs and facilities that are designed to support artists in various stages of their careers. Facilities include printmaking, papermaking, artist’s books, photography, letterpress, offset, and clay. Programs include residencies, fellowships, internships, and book production grants. For more information on WSW, see their web page at http://www.wsworkshop.org or call 914-658-9133 or write P.O. Box 489, Rosendale, NY 12472 or wsw@ulster.net


Queer art: constructions of gay & lesbian identity” - Reynolds Gallery, University of the Pacific - entry open to residents of California, deadline 15 November 2000 - $15 for six slides, awards - for prospectus, send SASE to Merrill Schleier, Dept. of Art and Art History, University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA 95211 mschleier@uop.edu


Zap! Pow! Out!: queer cultures, queering comics” edited by Anne N. Thalheimer and Michael J. Murphy. Deadline for abstracts: 1 December 2000; deadline for manuscripts: 1 June 2001. To redress the paucity and disparate state of existing scholarship on queer comics, the editors of this scholarly anthology invite submissions of original art, interviews, and critical essays on the cultures of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, and queer comics and related media. The editors aim to unite the best classic artwork and essays with innovative and exciting imagery and investigations into queer comic strips, comic books, and graphic novels. More info from Anne N. Thalheimer, Dept. of English, 212 Memorial Hall, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716 motes@udel.edu or Michael J. Murphy, Dept. of Art History/Archaeology, Steinberg Hall, Campus Box 1189, Washington University, St. Louis, MO 63139 mjmurphy@artsci.wustl.edu