TWO BUCK Tuesdays is an inspired event hosted by a crew of very dedicated artists at KALEID Gallery on the Third Tuesday of the month. Artists and audience alike are invited to attend, contribute and share in this unique event all free of charge.
You can drop off your work anytime at KALEID Gallery Tuesday thru Friday, Noon – 7pm orbefore the next scheduled TWO BUCK Tuesday event (3rd Tuesday of every month.)
Email us with any questions at
The 8th Annual San Francisco Altered Barbie Exhibition, 2010
Romancing the Barbie
A CALL TO ARTISTS: This year San Francisco, Barbie and Ken are re-doing it, re-using it, and re-inventing it all over again! A Date with Barbie!
Sign up and Payment is done through the web site, click HERE. You can sign up now!
Categories include: 3-dimensional Barbie’s, Mixed media, Photographs, Paintings, Performance-art, Print making, Film & Video,
Dolls that are acceptable are: Barbie and Barbie like dolls, Christie, Courtney, Gillian, Kayla, Midge, Ken and Ken like dolls, Raquelle,Skipper, Tia, etc. Works not including an “Altered” Doll will not be considered for this show.
Altered Barbie registration Deadline: Please remit all information to the web site. All Artists will be informed of their entry to the show by .
ALSO- there’s a call for curators on the site…
Call for Artists in all mediums to donate a piece to be auctioned at Take Back Your Forest Benefit. The benefit will be Friday July 9th at 8pm, Theatre on San Pedro Square, San Jose, California. All proceeds will go to Sempervirens Fund. It is a fund to save the Redwoods. For more info please visit this site: http://www.takebackyourforest.com/event.html
If you want to donate your art please contact Kimy Martinez at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
issue 3 of Super Arrow is looking to gather.
We’d like to welcome you to submit your writing and art for publication in our online journal for creative experiments. The journal was originally conceived as a first cousin several times removed from movements like OULIPO, which is to say, process-informed, stretching, and connected to a collaborative/creative community. Please read past issues to have an idea of our aesthetic and project, but by all means please avoid feeling constricted by same.
Super Arrow is published twice a year, with a Spring/Summer issue and a Fall/Winter issue.
We publish fiction, visual art. Please see our online submissions guidelines for genre-specific notes. In addition, we’re often interested in our readers committing to an “assignment” (i.e., prompt) – Issue 3’s assignment, TOGETHER, NOW, is all about collaboration., poetry, and
If you have a work that doesn’t seem to quite fit with what we’ve yet described, but you still think it’s kismet – a critical essay, perhaps – please write us a note describing your project.
E-mail submissions and/or questions and/or…
<superarrowfliestrue(at)gmail.com> (replace (at) with @)
Theresa Ramseyer’s post on Heloise, Hildegard, and Mary Wollstonecraft: http://controls-lady.insanejournal.com/2606.html
Sarah Melton’s post on intellectual and political activist Simone Weil: http://www.facebook.com/notes/sarah-melton/women-in-philosophy-simone-weil/439058716084
Amar Chaudhary’s post on Theano, Anna Maria von Schurman, and Mary Wollstonecraft: http://www.ptank.com/blog/2010/06/theanos-day/
University webpage on women in logic and mathematics: http://jwilson.coe.uga.edu/emt668/EMAT6680.Folders/Dickerson/women/women.html