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Sharjah Art Foundation Production Programme 2012

first_img Tweet Deadline: 24th of February 2012Open to: artists working on projects with relevance to the MENASA regionGrants: a total budget of 200,000 $DescriptionThe Sharjah Art Foundation (SAF) Production Programme broadens the possibilities for the production of art in the MENASA region by supporting innovation and excellence in artistic practice, encouraging risk and experimentation. The Foundation offers grants and professional support for the realization of projects selected from an open call for proposals.EligibilitySAF welcomes visual art proposals from artists, collectives and collaborating groups. These collaborations may be between visual artists and choreographers, composers, filmmakers, writers, curators, theorists or other professionals working in fields such as science or philosophy.You should be able to free yourself from any commitments that could hinder the production of your project, should it be selected.Proposals can be made for any kind of media, including time-based media, installation, sculpture, artist books or performance. While we have not set a specific theme or criteria, we are looking for work that relates to or that can be of relevance to the Middle East North Africa South Asia (MENASA) region. This should not be taken in a strictly literal sense, but rather as an opportunity to undertake an ambitious project with a broad philosophical or inspirational approach. SAF is seeking for proposals that can engage or challenge the artists and our audiences on a variety of levels, whether aesthetic, intellectual or political.The project must be a new project in the phase of preparation and its production time frame should not exceed 12 months.ApplicationIn 2012 SAF is offering production grants to artists working in a range of media including sculpture, installation, time-based media, artist’s books and performance. Up to a total of $200,000 is available in this application cycle. The success of a proposal will be determined by merit rather than budget. To this end, projects with budgets that range from modest to ambitious scales will be considered. The submission deadline is 24 February 2012 and selections will be announced in March. The selected projects will be developed and produced by the artist and the Sharjah Art Foundation, with presentation of the completed project as agreed between the artist(s) and SAF.Access the application form, the collaborator form – in case the project is a collective effort -, and the  captions form here.The Official Website LinkedIn 0 February 14, 2012 Published by admin MOBILITY FIRST – ASEF CULTURAL MOBILITY INITIATIVE 2021 2021 World of WearableArt Awards Competition Similar Stories Pocket Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. center_img ← PLURAL+ 2012 Youth Video Festival on Migration and Social Inclusion Equality Now – Video Contest → +1 Share 0 Sharjah Art Foundation Production Programme 2012 Reddit 27th International Poster Biennale in Warsaw 2021last_img read more

Argos Cruise Past Bears with Dominant Second Half

first_img Senior Mike Lewis scored a season high 16 points (Photo by Bill Stockland). Argos Cruise Past Bears with Dominant Second Half PENSACOLA, Fla. – The University of West Florida men’s basketball team outscored Shaw University 41-30 in the second half as the Argonauts picked up the 80-62 win over the Bears.The win is the first ever for UWF over Shaw and bumps the Argo’s record to 6-3 while the Bears go home with just their second loss of the season at 4-2.Shaw came out dominant from the opening tip, putting in the first five points of the contest on a Tony Smith (Greenville, N.C./Steward CC) three-pointer followed by a Junius Chaney (Danville, Va./Danville CC) layup. The Argos went down by seven points early on but slowly chipped away at the Shaw lead after a Terrance Beasley (Pensacola, Fla./Tulane) layup at the 11:06 mark made it 22-17 Bears.Two Mike Lewis (Upper Marlboro, Md./Eastern Kentucky) free throws and a Marquis Mathis (Columbus, Ohio/Cincinnati State CC) jumper tied things up at 22 with 9:29 to play in the opening half. The teams tied things up five more times down the stretch before UWF ultimately went up for good with a Lewis mid-range jumper that made it 34-32 Argos late in the first.West Florida ended the first half with an 8-0 run to put it at 39-32 Argos. UWF extended its lead to nine out of the gate in the second half with another Lewis basket giving the Argos a double-digit lead. Lewis then put West Florida up by 20 with a layup with just under seven to play. Mathis then sealed the deal as his two point fast break put the Argos up 24 before ending the game at 80-62.Mathis once again led his team in scoring, putting in 24 points to move his season average to 16.1 points per contest. Senior Jamar Moore (Coolidge, Ga./Faulkner State CC)  scored 18 during the effort while Lewis earned a season high 16. Moore also tallied seven rebounds and five assists during the win.The Argos continue their dominance in the rebound category, this time pulling down 30 to the Bear’s 24. UWF outmanned Shaw down low as well, scoring 48 points in the paint to the Bear’s 28.UWF also earned 20 fast break points and 25 points off the bench, most of which belonged to Lewis, during the win.The Argos will be back on the floor this weekend as they host the McDonald, Fleming, Moorhead Classic starting Saturday. For the latest in West Florida basketball and all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Versioncenter_img Sharelast_img read more