We’re in the middle of reviewing the submissions for Homework: Infrastructures & Collaboration in Social Practices!
Using the mail-merge function built into Word, we’re taking the csv file that our form builder wordpress plugin generated from all the Homework submissions and putting them into a readable document.
It’s 212 pages long.
We’re working through this as quickly as we can, but there’s so many incredible applications. Hopefully we’ll have word out about the selected participants in the next couple of weeks. Again, thank you to everyone who submitted!!
HOMEWORK: Infrastructures & Collaboration in Social Practices is generously supported by the Ontario Arts Council.
The details: Sunday, April 11th via email & Tuesday, April 27th at 7pm, at Artspeak Gallery.
As part of the Broken City Lab: Save the City project, Broken City Lab is inviting Windsorites to venture out into the city and take five photographs that showcase what makes our city “worth saving.” These photographs will be turned into a series of postcards that will be mailed out to other cities across the country to prompt a discussion around the differences between how Windsor is viewed by its residents versus how Windsor is viewed by people from outside the city.
Please submit your photographic responses to the following criteria in landscape orientation (your images should be wider than they are taller):
1) Someone you’d hate to see leave
2) Something inspiring
3) Somewhere that made you feel something important
4) Somewhere you know you’ll always find a familiar face
5) Something with potential
Once you’ve captured your images of “things worth saving,” please submit all five to email@example.com by 11:59pm on Sunday, April 11th, 2010. Your submissions will be turned into a series of postcards, so please only submit photographs that you are willing to send out into the world.
Then on April 27th at 7pm, Broken City Lab will host a massive mailout / postcard writing party, at Artspeak Gallery, located at 1942 Wyandotte Street East, where you’re invited to help address all of those postcards and write personalized messages to the rest of the country!
Broken City Lab: Save the City is generously supported by the Ontario Arts Council.
Another cold, rainy Tuesday for Office Hours, but we were inside imagining spring. We pushed ahead on doing some more research and development on the planters, started a plant list and design ideas for the community garden, and got closer to finalizing the list of submissions from Text In-Transit.
Continue reading “Gardens and Planters”
Courtesy of the always brilliant Steven …
There’s now a new submission form that allows you to get a quick preview of what your Text In-Transit panel could look like, along with a fun little colour swatch. If you’ve already submitted, it’s worth submitting more just to try this out, and if you haven’t submitted yet—get on it!!!
Check out the NEW Text In-Transit Call for Submissions page!
Or if you’re more comfortable with an old fashioned email, that’s still fine too.
Text In-Transit is a Broken City Lab project where we’re partnering with Transit Windsor to install a number of text-based creative works amongst the ads in the headspace on buses. We’re looking for submissions of short statements, poems, and stories from anyone in the city that will help to change the conversation about Windsor!!!
*** Please send your submission(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 20, 2009.
We’ll be curating the submissions, so feel free to send more than one. As well, this project is made possible by Transit Windsor, OPIRG, MYAC and The Arts Society at the University of Windsor.