PEN on Twitter

artistswanted:

Artists Wanted : Art Takes Times Square
On June 18th, the world’s most visited attraction will be transformed into one of the year’s most immense exhibitions of art.  Right now there are over 100,000 viewers collecting their favorite works on the Art Takes Times Square website to help determine whose artwork will take over the massive, glittering screens of Times Square. This is your chance to be the star.Be a part of this international phenomenon for a chance at over $16,000 in awards, including a $10,000 grant and massive Times Square billboard exhibition for the winning artist and a $5,000 Dream Getaway in NYC for the winning collector…Participation is free. Click Here to Learn More » Your Final Deadline to Enter is Friday May 25, 2012 11:59pm EST (Casel) Manuel Galvez is a contender for Art Takes Times Square, to see more entrants, click here ».
* Include a link to your Tumblr page to be eligible for review by the Tumblr jury panel and you could be the Tumblr Pick!  One artist from the Tumblr community will be selected by:
Paddy Johnson, Founding Editor of Art Fag CityHrag Vartanian, Founding Editor of HyperallergicJenny Moore, Assistant Curator at New MuseumDave Harper, Curator at BAMartsDavid Goerk, Gallery Dealer at The Pace Gallery
Good Luck!

artistswanted:

Artists Wanted : Art Takes Times Square

On June 18th, the world’s most visited attraction will be transformed into one of the year’s most immense exhibitions of art.  Right now there are over 100,000 viewers collecting their favorite works on the Art Takes Times Square website to help determine whose artwork will take over the massive, glittering screens of Times Square. This is your chance to be the star.

Be a part of this international phenomenon for a chance at over $16,000 in awards, including a $10,000 grant and massive Times Square billboard exhibition for the winning artist and a $5,000 Dream Getaway in NYC for the winning collector…

Participation is free. Click Here to Learn More »


Your Final Deadline to Enter is Friday May 25, 2012 11:59pm EST

(Casel) Manuel Galvez is a contender for Art Takes Times Square, to see more entrants, click here ».


* Include a link to your Tumblr page to be eligible for review by the Tumblr jury panel and you could be the Tumblr Pick!  One artist from the Tumblr community will be selected by:

Paddy Johnson, Founding Editor of Art Fag City
Hrag Vartanian, Founding Editor of Hyperallergic
Jenny Moore, Assistant Curator at New Museum
Dave Harper, Curator at BAMarts
David Goerk, Gallery Dealer at The Pace Gallery

Good Luck!

2010 PEN Translation Fund Recipient Daniel Brunet Presents Dea Loher’s Bluebeard
When: May 21, 2012
Where: Goethe-Institut New York, Wyoming Building: 5 East 3rd Street, NYC
What time: 7:30 p.m.
Free and open to the public.
Daniel Brunet received a PEN Translation Fund Award in 2010 to support his translation of Dea Loher’s play The Last Fire. He has continued to translate Loher’s work, and now is presenting a reading of his latest: Dea Loher’s Bluebeard—Hope of Women, which will be shown as a staged reading this Monday at the Goethe Institut’s event space in the East Village, the Wyoming Building.
(via PEN.org » Blog Archive 2010 PEN Translation Fund Recipient Daniel Brunet Presents Dea Loher’s Bluebeard)

2010 PEN Translation Fund Recipient Daniel Brunet Presents Dea Loher’s Bluebeard

When: May 21, 2012

Where: Goethe-Institut New York, Wyoming Building: 5 East 3rd Street, NYC

What time: 7:30 p.m.

Free and open to the public.

Daniel Brunet received a PEN Translation Fund Award in 2010 to support his translation of Dea Loher’s play The Last Fire. He has continued to translate Loher’s work, and now is presenting a reading of his latest: Dea Loher’s Bluebeard—Hope of Women, which will be shown as a staged reading this Monday at the Goethe Institut’s event space in the East Village, the Wyoming Building.

(via PEN.org » Blog Archive 2010 PEN Translation Fund Recipient Daniel Brunet Presents Dea Loher’s Bluebeard)

2
“The PEN America Center’s organizational focus is the effect of world events on the safety and freedom of expression of writers, so the topic of war naturally looms large in its cultural consciousness. As part of the recent PEN World Voices Festival, Polish journalist and author Wojciech Jagielski was interviewed by Joel Whitney, a founding editor of Guernica: A Magazine of Art & Politics.”

(via A Reporter’s Perspective on War at PEN World Voices - WNYC Culture)

The PEN America Center’s organizational focus is the effect of world events on the safety and freedom of expression of writers, so the topic of war naturally looms large in its cultural consciousness. As part of the recent PEN World Voices Festival, Polish journalist and author Wojciech Jagielski was interviewed by Joel Whitney, a founding editor of Guernica: A Magazine of Art & Politics.”

(via A Reporter’s Perspective on War at PEN World Voices - WNYC Culture)