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Call For Proposals – Creativity + Technology = Enterprise – due 11-13-12

Call For Proposals: Creativity + Technology = Enterprise

Harvestworks in partnership with The Industrial and Technology Assistance Corporation (ITAC) provides an opportunity for artists to create new works of art, further develop their creative tool set, and benefit from the advisory and professional services of ITAC to reach a marketplace looking for innovative approaches to new technology. Up to ten artists will be awarded $7500 to produce, document, and present a new artwork. This two-year project is supported by The Rockefeller Foundation’s New York City Cultural Innovation Fund.

An Opportunity For Artists Creating New Tools and an Experiment in new Sustainable Models for Artistic Practice.

Are there by-products of your creative process that could have transdisciplinary applications? If you had the time and resources would you explore the possibility of new perspectives ‘beyond’ art? Would you be interested in a partnership that could assist you in this process?

Creativity + Technology = Enterprise is a partnership project between Harvestworks, a cultural arts organization specializing in the production of artists’ projects, and The Industrial and Technology Assistance Corporation (ITAC), a nonprofit consulting organization that helps early-stage technology firms launch innovative products in NYC.

This two-year project is supported by The Rockefeller Foundation’s New York City Cultural Innovation Fund and will provide an opportunity for artists to create new works of art, further develop their creative toolset, as well as benefit from the guidance and professional resources provided by ITAC, thus allowing their ideas to reach a marketplace looking for innovative approaches to new technology.

Our goal is to establish an ongoing network for innovation. ITAC and Harvestworks will work together with the artists to provide them access to the support needed, so that the products of their research can reach the commercial sector; where they can be capitalized and impact the individuals and companies who generate the technology industry in New York City.

Proposals are due Tuesday, November 13, 2012.

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