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The AFC Summer Guide to Grants & Residencies You Should Apply For Now

by Michael Anthony Farley on July 27, 2016
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Yes, it is Summer, and none of us feel like moving. Thankfully, the heatwave makes a great excuse to stay inside and catch up on applications to grants, residencies, and fellowships for individual artists, curators, and critics. I rounded up some of the most promising with upcoming deadlines—organized by due date to keep your procrastination in check.

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New York Artist’s Bottle Project Drifts Onto French Shores

by Rea McNamara on February 24, 2016
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Two and half years ago, artist George Boorujy tossed a message in a bottle into Wolfe’s Pond Park on Staten Island. Last week, that bottle was found on France’s southwestern coast—ironically enough, by a French artist.

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The Diamond of Degrees: A $9,000 French Art Diploma, in New York

by Corinna Kirsch on April 15, 2015
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New York gets a French art school.

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Venice Prep: What To Read While Waiting In Line

by Corinna Kirsch on May 31, 2013
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We’ve braved our fair share of long lines at the Venice Biennale. Waiting’s rarely fun, but it hasn’t been entirely awful thanks to artist Jonas Staal and De Heren van Design’s “Ideological Guide to The Venice Biennale”. We’ve been reading a lot of it.

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Artnet Magazine Closes, But Archives Will Be Preserved

by Paddy Johnson on June 25, 2012
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After 16 years, the online-only publication Artnet Magazine will close today, reports Art in America. Sites in Germany, France and the United States will all cease publication and their three full-time editorial staff members, Walter Robinson, Rachel Corbett, and Emily Nathan, will leave the company. Robinson indicated in a note sent to Art Fag City that all of artnet’s editorial staff are seeking work.

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