Notices

Afterimage’s Notices contains a listing of hundreds of exhibitions and film, video and photography events happening around the world as well as grant, fellowship, exhibition and professional opportunities.

EXHIBITIONS
Find media arts exhibitions around the world, listed by city and venue
U.S. / Worldwide

EVENTS
Locate media arts lectures, screenings, classes, and workshops near you
U.S. / Worldwide

ETC.
Browse opportunities for artists and scholars, from grants, fellowships and calls for work to internships and job listings
ETC. Listings

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EXHIBITION REVIEW
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Of the Appalachian Diaspora Text by Stephen J. Quigley
Photographs by April L. O'Brien


Outside My Outdoor Shower There Is a Carnival Text by Lisa Annelouise Rentz
Photographs by Michelle Mueller
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