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artiwu vol.2, DIGEST #25 (April 25, 2000)
1. where to find art jobs
2. "art" by yasmina reza
3. In the news
4. Don't miss artiwu over the summer
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Subject: where to find art jobs
Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2000 01:32:34 -0500
From: Matt Maldre <>

Here's a list of links for where to find art jobs.
This is only HALF THE LIST!


ArtHire : Post for freelance work, mostly graphics

Artswire : US art administrative jobs, posted every Monday

Art Wanted : Post artwork for sales, commissions and freelance work- fine art/photography mostly

CareerPath : nationwide newspapers' classified sections

Chronicle for Higher Education : Art Education jobs : Job listings for Festivals

GURU : Post and read about f/t, p/t and freelance jobs- lots of web, graphics and illustration jobs!

International Festivals and Events Association : Jobs and resources for Festivals and Events

International Society for the Performing Arts : Performing Arts Management jobs, international

**This is only "A to I" of this job links list.
For "J-Z" in this awesome list, go to:
Subject: "art" by yasmina reza
From: "Rachelle Street" <>
Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2000 14:39:22 GMT

i was in london last week and just so happened to walk by a theatre that was performing french playwright yasmina reza's play "art." it premiered in 1996 and won best comedy at its british premiere. anyway, i had a terrible nosebleed seat, but the play was absolutely brilliant. the cast was three well-known british actors: stephen thompkinson, james fleet, and micheal trend, if anyone cares to know. for those of you not familiar with the play, it goes something like this:

serge has bought a modern painting for a huge sum of money. marc hates it and connot believe that a friend of his could possibly want such a work. yvan attempts, unsuccessfully, to placate both sides.

it brings up some wonderful arguments about how to judge art and who should determine what is good art. it parallels views in the art world with views on friendship and trust. i absolutely loved it, though i think i lucked out and saw a very energetic production of it because two of my flatmates saw a production of it two years ago that nearly put them to sleep. i bought a copy of the play and will have it with me next year at wesleyan if anyone wants to borrow it from me.

rachelle street
Subject: In the news
Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2000 01:43:11 -0500
From: Matt Maldre <>

Just today, a few good articles popped up that I found interesting.
Check out the links at:

Yeah, yeah we've all heard about those digital books that are going to replace paper books. But this article really gives you the skinny on what's shakin'. Read this article and just ignore the rest of the noise going on.

Another topic that is getting killed to death on the news: MP3. But, here's an article about the MAJOR program that is getting all the hot shot musicians pissed off. This is what you must use for MP3s. Download this killer app while you can before it's illegal.

Here's a neat article about Nine of Chicago's cultural institutions that will mount $4 million worth of solar panels on their buildings - each institution will get 50,000 kilowatt hours per year of sun power in this energy demonstration project.
Subject: Don't miss any artiwu over the summer
Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2000 17:51:49 -0500
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