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Presentación de Art/Work @ la huelga, 5 de Junio

Art Work es un periódico y sitio en la Internet impulsado por Temporary Services que consiste de escritos e imágenes por artistas, activistas, escritores, críticos y otros sobre el trabajo durante el colapso económico y su impacto en el ámbito artístico. Ha sido presentado en universidades y espacios a través de Illinois, Dallas, [...]

Non-Profit Margin, at Central Trak, Dallas

Image: Non-Profit Margin at Central Trak. Click for more images from the exhibition.
Here is what is happening at Central Trak:
ART WORK: A Conversation About Art, Labor, and Economics
A series of events will be presented relating to the newspaper issue, ART WORK, published by the Chicago-based collective, Temporary Services, [...]

ART WORK – Public discussion in Urbana, IL, May Day

The City of Urbana Public Arts Program invites public participation in a
community dialogue entitled “Art Work: a National Conversation on Art, Labor, and Economics”. On May 1, 2010, from 3:30 – 5:00PM, join artists Brett Bloom and Salem Collo-Jullin of Temporary Services and other guests to discuss [...]

ART WORK in Dallas

A series of events relating to ART WORK, a one-off newspaper issue published by the Chicago-based art collective, Temporary Services, on the subject of how economic hard times affect artistic process, compensation, and property, and artists’ responses in their own and others’ behalf, sometimes through organized efforts. Brought to you [...]

Art & Labour Summit: Cultural Workers, Artists, Students, and Interns Meet to Organise, Name Names, and Coordinate Demands

Thursday April 22nd, 6pm-9pm
Cell Projects Space
258 Cambridge Heath Road,  London E2 9DA
Free entry and all welcome
We’d like you to join us for a special event and organisational party open to all who are interested in the better understanding and active transformation of the way art, free labour, and education work. Crises are moments of great [...]

Exhibition: University of Hawai’i, Manoa, March 27 – April 2, 2010

ART WORK is our small effort to demonstrate the labor of art making, and also to redistribute those creative energies by inviting everyone to be an artist! This installation is a collaboration between art and art history students in the UHM art department and Temporary Services, the Chicago-based art collective. Temporary Services (temporaryservices.org) organized the [...]

Papers in New Wilmington, Delaware

Michael Kalmback, founder and director, of the New Wilmington Art Association has copies of the newspaper to hand out. Contact him before they run out.
newwilmingtonart.blogspot.com

Event: Rainbow Cooperative, Madison, WI, March 30

AREA #9: Peripheral Vision + ART WORK: – A Discussion with Nicolas Lampert & Dan S. Wang on “Activist Art in the Era of Economic Crisis”

Date: March 30, 2010 – 19:00

Attention all artists and cultural workers of all sorts…
Artist/writers Nicolas Lampert & Dan S. Wang, collaborators on the indie [...]

ART WORK at Carnegie Mellon University’s Miller Gallery, Feb. 1-28

ART WORK
A National Conversation About Art, Labor, and Economics
Through Feb. 28, 2010
Newspaper + Website Contributors:
Temporary Services, Julia Bryan-Wilson, Lize Mogel, Holland Cotter, Anonymous, Jen Abrams, Louise Ma, Carl Tashian, Rich Watts, Caroline Woolard, Nicolas Lampert, Robin Hewlett, Gregory Sholette, Harrell Fletcher, Scott Berzofsky + John Duda for The City From Below Organizers, InCUBATE, Linda Frye [...]

ABC No Rio, NY, Discussion, February 18th

“With the economic downturn, there is less money available to almost everyone. How can artists survive, and find money for their work? Do we have a right to? What kinds of projects can emerge from this situation, and how can they sustain themselves?
Using the Temporary Services’ newspaper “Art Work” as a starting point, we’ll discuss [...]


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