Feb 19 John Caserta (general practice)
Feb 26 Max Ackerman (art installation)
Mar 05 Glen Cummings, MTWTF.org (exhibits/books)
Mar 12 Danielle Aubert (book)
Mar 19 Michael Carabetta, Chronicle Books to review book proposals.
Apr 02 Murray McMillan (exhibit/installation)
Apr 09 Megan Feehan (exhibit proposal)
Apr 16 Julian Boxenbaum (products/furniture)
Apr 23 Chris Specce (industrial/products)
Apr 30 Edward Boatman of The Noun Project (Kickstarter)
Guest chefs prepare a simple menu of soup, bread, and dessert for a base price of $10 a guest. Vegetarian and vegan options are always available. Drinks may be purchased a la carte, and donations of greater than $10 are always appreciated. Musical entertainment is provided for mealtime enjoyment. Provision supports local farmers and grocers when possible and gratefully accepts food donations.
Up to four proposals seeking funding are presented on “menus” at each dinner table. Guests hear presentations from proposer-s, read the proposals, and discuss them with others at their table. Each guest scores the proposals based on a common rubric. The highest scored proposal is funded with the net proceeds from dinner, and if possible a secondary award to the second-highest scored proposal is also granted. Awards, based on attendance, are between $200 and $750.
Documentation of funded projects is presented at future Provision meal gatherings.
What happens when the great minds of Tumblr and Chronicle Books unite? A unicorn is born! Wait, no. Awesome Tumblrs like F*ck! I’m in My Twenties and Dads Are the Original Hipsters become hilarious books.
And now, it could be your turn.
We’re looking for the next big humor book idea. This is your chance to get your idea in front of our editors.
Cabinet publishes artist projects that treat the magazine itself as an exhibition venue. Unlike most contemporary art magazines, we would like our reader to actually encounter the artwork rather than simply learn of its existence. Photography, conceptual projects, text-based work, or work that treats the formal issues raised by the print medium (i.e; paper, printing, ink, etc.) are particularly well-suited for publication in Cabinet. We do not publish documentation of sculpture or of a performance or installation. Video stills and architecture proposals are also highly unusual for us to print. While a resume is not needed, a brief statement about the work can be included if you think it useful. Don’t forget that artist projects appear in both the unthemed and themed portions of the magazine.
Issue 51 (Fall 2013, with a themed section on “Wheels”): 15 May 2013
Issue 52 (Winter 2013–2014, with a themed section on “Celebration”): 15 August 2013
We are always open to pitches. Send your Meatpaper ideas to submissions [at] meatpaper [dot] com
– For article submissions, please send a 2-3 paragraph pitch and several writing samples.
– For art submissions, please send low-res images or a link to a web page, along with a brief letter of introduction.
The Society of Typographic Aficionados is pleased to announce the fourth annual SOTA Catalyst Award. The award is targeted at young people who have created original work in type design, type history, or other areas related to typography. The award recognizes a person 25 years of age or younger who shows both achievement and future promise in the field of typography. The purpose of the award is to act as a catalyst in the career of a young person who does not yet have broad exposure in the profession.
The recipient will be awarded up to $1,500 USD in reimbursement for transportation and lodging expenses to attend the TypeCon2013 conference in Portland, Oregon — August 21st – 25th. They will also have their conference registration fee paid for and will be required to give a 20-minute presentation during the main conference program. Recipients should be available to attend the conference from Thursday to Sunday.
This program provides one deserving curator the necessary time and resources to realize an innovative project, with the aim of encouraging curatorial research in tandem with exhibition planning. CUE will provide institutional guidance and resources to the curator, who will produce a group exhibition with related public programming and an accompanying exhibition catalogue in July 2014. Selected applicant will receive a $1000 honorarium and an exhibition/production budget of up to $3500. CUE will contribute up to $1500 toward shipping expenses and up to $4000 for catalogue production.