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Worm Farm

Worm Farm looks for artists and writers with an interest in sustainable systems and our place in the natural world. The Wormfarm Residency season runs from May through October, hosting up to three artists at a time, with residencies running from one to five months. www.wormfarminstitute.org

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Lecturer In Photography

DESCRIPTIONThe Division of Art at SMU, Meadows School of the Arts invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure-track appointment at the rank of Lecturer. This is a benefits eligible, non-renewable three-year appointment. This position aims to support the development of the candidate’s professional practice and to offer teaching experience for candidates interested in a teaching career. The appointment will begin August…

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BROTO 2020

A conference about “Deep Time” and the intersection of Art-Climate-Science-Time In a society fixated on near-term outcomes, how do art and science think about time and how is that relevant in the climate crisis? We’ll speak with our usual mix of brainy experts and attendees and work toward a white paper on art-science-climate-time and its potential for innovation in the climate…

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A Studio in the woods

Rising: Climate in Crisis Residencies at A Studio in the Woods invite artists to examine the severity of the climate crisis and be agents of change to guide our collective understanding, response, and vision as we shape our shared future. New Orleans and the inhabitants of our region are frequently invoked as some of the most vulnerable to the effects of environmental…

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Borrowed Time

Call for proposals – Borrowed Time: on death, dying and change. What constitutes ‘a good death’? How do we know death, personally? What room do we make for the dead – within our relationships, our ways of speaking, our shared geographies? And how might the insights of end-of-life care and death practices help us to navigate the fundamental unsustainability of…

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Margaret LeJeune

As a photographic artist, I take a multidisciplinary approach; one that informs my work and allows me to situate it within larger scholarly, social, and political conversations. In the series Growing Light, I draw from both biological sciences and humanities to explore wonders of the natural world and the threats humans pose to them. Using photographic processes that harness the…

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Marion Belanger

I photograph the cultural landscape where geology and the built environment intersect, particularly where shifting identities of place and boundaries are in flux.  Boundaries serve as the borderline between knowing and mystery, inside and outside, the contained and the wild.  Similar to the anthropologist, I look for cultural traces of use and evidence upon the land, particularly among the mundane…

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