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The 2010 edition of Filminute Festival is an exclusively online festival consisting of 25 shortlisted movies. Each movie lasts one minute. The festival is a platform for directors to produce high quality works that reach audiences from all over the world at low costs More
The year 2011 is a year of retrospective for the most exciting chapter in European-Indian cultural history: The life and achievements of the family Tagore since early 18th century – A dynasty, that has constantly promoted inter-cultural exchange between Europe and India through generations and left behind a lasting impression till today.
In early 2010 at the National People’s Congress, Premier Wen Jiabao stated in his government work report that China will attach more importance to cultural development to enhance the international influence of Chinese culture.
“Culture is the society’s spiritual foundation,” noting that the Party and State always pay attention to preserving and promoting cultural identity. “Together with the State’s investment, all economic sectors will be encouraged to invest in cultural activities to help boost national development,” said Dung.
Deadline: November 5, 2010
The Royal British Society of Sculptors is inviting applications from all sculptors new to public art for the 2011 First@108 Public Art Award. More
Deadline: November 1, 2010
A call for papers is open for Technarte 2011, inviting applications that explore the combination of art and technology as an essential part of contemporary lives. More
Deadline: October 20, 2010
Applications are invited for works integrating new technologies and works using and questioning opportunities offered by machines and the digital era. This includes interactive, audio-visual, digital, and collaborative works and the contest is open to new media artists, groups or collectives from all over the world. More
Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Date: October 15, 2010 - November 21, 2010
The fifth edition of the biennial New Vision Arts Festival (Hong Kong) will once again feature some of Asia’s most creative artists. A host of international stars and an array of pioneering productions that bring innovative cross-cultural and multi-media experiences to Hong Kong audiences will be the highlights of the festival this year. More