Alí Allié, filmmaker, U.S.A.
Rob P. Altork, poetry, U.S.A.
Ashley Alvis, poet, U.S.A.
R.Jackson Armstrong-Ingram, author, archivist, musicologist, (Northern Ireland) U.S.A.
Kathleen Hite Babb, writer / reviewer (creative writing, music), editor, Japan / U.S.A.
Roya Bauman, singer, musician, U.S.A.
Sheila Banani, poet, U.S.A.
Erika Batdorf, dancer, choreographer, teacher in dance/mime, U.S.A.
Philip Belove, music CD review, U.S.A.
James R. Bennett, creative writing, U.S.A.
Paula Bidwell, Native American Bahá´í artist - jewelery, paintings, drawings, prints, U.S.A.
Johannes Birringer, dancetheater, new media, video, writer/reviewer on art and dance, U.S.A.
Suzanne Brindamour, singer, songwriter, musician, U.S.A.
Angelo Cerchione, journalist, reviewer (music), arts co-ordinator, U.S.A.
Eric Chaet, poet, writer, musician, actions/performances, U.S.A.
Bob Charnes, musician, U.S.A.
Chris Cholas, poet, Hawaii, U.S.A.
Chris Clay, ceramicist, U.S.A.
Juan Cole, translator, middle eastern studies, U.S.A.
Henry Corcoran, theatre, U.S.A.
Henri Cross, songwriter, musician, U.S.A.
Deborah Crumbaker, design, ceramics, U.S.A.
S.K. Dapoz, poet, U.S.A.
Mary Davis, singer, songwriter, U.S.A.
Marcia Day, manager in the entertainment industry, U.S.A.
Kate Digby, dance, U.S.A.
Michael Eissinger radio journalism (manages the Bahá´í web radio station, radioNUR), U.S.A.
Annick Elziere, web designer, interviewer, arts promotion, U.S.A.
Aaron Justicio Emmel, poet, writer, U.S.A.
Alma Engels, poet, U.S.A.
Katje Erickson, poetry, design, U.S.A.
Farzad, violinist, U.S.A.
Janet and Joey Fischer,
interior design, art as therapy, nature photography, U.S.A.
Bonnie Fields, painter, U.S.A.
Michael Fitzgerald, poet, U.S.A.
Foo Hong Tatt, painter, U.S.A.
Tahirih Khodadoust Foroughi, poet, U.S.A.
Joseph Galata, video, film, arts organizer, U.S.A.
Bill Garlington, writer, teacher, U.S.A.
Dizzy Gillespie, jazz trumpet, U.S.A.
Bill George, actor, playwright, theatre director, teacher, U.S.A.
Anne Gordon Perry,
aesthetics, reviewer, arts organizer, poet, dancer, U.S.A.
Bruce Grover, singer/songwriter, musician, U.S.A.
Nancy Harris, entertainment agent, musician, U.S.A.
Sara Kay Hatch, painter, U.S.A.
John S. Hatcher, poet, U.S.A.
Robert Hayden, poet, reviewer, U.S.A.
Paula Henderson, painter, U.S.A.
Teresa Henkle Langness writer, poet, editor, U.S.A.
Duane Herrmann, poet, reviewer, U.S.A.
LuAnne Hightower, singer, drummer, U.S.A.
Kim Hodges, poet, bookmaker, U.S.A.
Joshua Homnick, filmmaker, U.S.A.
Styve Homnick, musician, performance arts, U.S.A.
Sandy Hoover, producer, vocalist, and member of the band, Lunar Drive, U.K. & U.S.A.
Joseph Houseal, dance, reviewer, choreographer, U.S.A.
Orlando Hunter, singer, composer, U.S.A.
Alhan Irwin, digital artist and illustrator, U.S.A. (Iraq)
Wilford Johnson, country-folk singer/songwriter, musician, U.S.A.
James Johnston, visual artist / architect, U.S.A.
Justice Leeg, rap, U.S.A.
Suzy K, singer / songwriter, U.S.A.
John Kavelin, events organizer, arts organizer, U.S.A. / Japan.
Daniel Kinch, playwright / theatre director, U.S.A.
Steven King, guitarist, U.S.A.
Mona Khademi, arts manager / administrator, U.S.A.
Suzanne Klotz, painting, ceramics, sculpture, U.S.A.
Ben Koen, musician, composer, saxophone, wind instruments, reviewer (music), U.S.A.
Robert E. Kogan, poet, U.S.A.
Lloyd Lawrence, performances, installations, sculpture, collages, drawing, U.S.A.
Tony Lee, poet, historian, editor, publisher, U.S.A.
Franklin Lewis, middle eastern literatures, poet, U.S.A.
Susan Lewis Wright, singer/songwriter, music, arts organizer, U.S.A.
LineSync Architecture: Joseph Cincotta & Julie Lineberger, U.S.A.
Kevin Locke, dance, music, U.S.A.
Elaine Merrill Losey, singing, stain glass, South Korea / U.S.A.
Rita Lotfi, poet, Venezuela / U.S.A.
Anne Lunt, author, U.S.A.
Audrey Marcus, drawing, painting, U.S.A.
Larry Magee, singer, songwriter, musician, U.S.A.
Dale Malner, installations, sculpture, U.S.A.
Fritz Mann, painter, printmaker, U.S.A.
Sabrina McCormick, processed photo images - visual artist, U.S.A.
Uda Miller painting, U.S.A.
Bobby Mitchell, poet, writer, U.S.A.
Vasu Mohan, dancer, choreographer, India / U.S.A.
Frederick Mohler / Zoharo DeTafalla, installations, sculpture, carving, U.S.A.
William Muñoz, photographer, U.S.A.
Alan Murdock, performance / video, U.S.A.
Peter E. Murphy, poet, reviewer, critic (poetry), teacher, U.S.A.
Tahereh Najmi, Persian singer, U.S.A.
Barbara Nessim, designer, illustrator, painter, teacher, U.S.A.
Fayard Nicholas, entertainer, dancer, singer, musician, U.S.A.
Mark Ochu, concert pianist, lecturer on music, U.S.A.
Daniel Orey, mathmatician, reviews, photographs, U.S.A. / Brazil
Carl O'Kelley, photography, U.S.A.
Karen Oleson, singing, voice training, U.S.A.
Craig Owens & the Bodo Ensemble, jazz, U.S.A.
Rhonda Palmer, poet, poetry editor, U.S.A.
Juel Pettersen, sculptor, U.S.A.
Bud Polk, writer, journalist, editor, U.S.A.
KC Porter, songwriter, music producer, U.S.A.
Tom Price, composer, choir director, U.S.A.
Marty, Wendy & Caitlin Quinn, music, choreography, dance, U.S.A.
Gail Radley, writer, author of children's books, U.S.A.
Julie Redson-Smith, singer, U.S.A.
Cary Enoch Reinstein,
graphic designer, website designer, visual artist, U.S.A.
Muhtadia Rice, actress / singer, U.S.A.
Ben Roberts, actor / theatre director, U.S.A.
Bev and Mike Rogers, singers, musicians, U.S.A.
Cal E. Rollins, poet, U.S.A.
Aly Rose, dancer, choreographer, U.S.A. (P.R. China)
Chris Ruhe, singer, songwriter, U.S.A.
David Ruhe, watercolours, drawings, U.S.A.
Janet Ruhe, poet, writer, U.S.A.
Pooria Sabetazm, painter, U.S.A.
Mark Sadan, photographer, U.S.A.
Justice St. Rain, graphic designer, U.S.A.
Robert L. Schwarz, poet, writer, philosopher, U.S.A.
Doug Shaffer, singer/songwriter, musician, U.S.A.
Joseph Sheppherd author, anthropologist, archaeologist, U.S.A.
J. Sparrowhawk writer, U.S.A.
Jacqueline Stewart, glass artist, U.S.A.
Tierney Sutton, vocalist, jazz singer, U.S.A.
Kathy Tahiri, singer, choir director, U.S.A.
Colin Taylor, theatre, U.S.A.
David Taylor, painter, aesthetics, art history, U.S.A.
Peter Terry, singer of classical music, U.S.A.
Castadarrow Thompkins, singer, U.S.A.
Mark Tobey, painter, U.S.A.
Tim Urbonya, singer, guitarist, children's songs, U.S.A.
Carolyn Nur Wistrand, playwright, U.S.A.
Beth Yazhari, painter, textiles, U.S.A.
Jerry York, musician, songwriter, U.S.A.
Alexander M Zoltai, poetry, U.S.A.
Roland Zwicker, mime, theatre, France / U.S.A.
Akko Productions: Vahid N'dobe + Mary McGregor, Texas, U.S.A. - listen to mp3s from their latest cd. Akko Productions & the strongcity records is a small independent label; with a vision to work with artists of diverse backgrounds and styles
Dawntide: cards, prayerbooks, music, prints.
Susan Lewis Wright: a singer, songwriter and a Bahá´í based in Denver, CO.
Little a: a Boston-based rock music group. One of the members, Bruce Grover is a Bahá´í
Lunar Drive -two members of this world music/hip hop like band are Bahá´ís.
Karen Oleson - voice and singing teacher
Kathleen Hite Babb: a writer of short stories and she is working on a novel, The Persian.
Ann & Alan Brodrick: Studio Glass Artists Working in Hot Glass and Beadwork, U.S.A.
Barbara Curry: visual artist, graphic designer, teacher, based in McMurray, Pennsylvania.
Sara Hatch: a painter and a Bahá´í, based in Bloomington, Indiana.
Foaad Haghighi: graphic artist, designer.
Chris Hampton: about his musical-drama production, "Noble Thief".
Sean Hayes: singer/songwriter based in San Francisco.
Joshua Homnick: Bahá´í and filmmaker.
Listen to music by Juliet La Ferier: Bahá´í and singer/songwriter, from the CD "Otherworldly Desires".
Roya Movafegh: NY based visual artist, installations.
New Creation: music.
Gail Radley: author (Children's and nature books) and a Bahá´í.
Devon Scott-Tunkin: painter + designer, U.S.A.
World Unity Jazz Ensemble: formed by Phil Morrison & Keith Williams as a vehicle to engage in cooperative efforts with musicians and instruments from other countries and cultures.
Larrie (Larry Robinson), Modern Traditional Persian music with variations of styles.
Seals and Crofts singer/songwriters, musicians.
Afshin Toufighian US trained pianist, U.S.A.
Art and culture -search engine and database on all the arts
- Art Diary Net
- Public Art Fund
- Arts and music by Bahá´ís, made by Dale Lehman - part of an extensive site on various Bahá´í related issues that is regularly updated.
- Graphic arts by Bahá´ís, made by Dale Lehman - part of an extensive site on various Bahá´í related issues that is regularly updated.
- A site with technical information about drawing and painting by Ralph Larmann, Art dept, Evansville University.
Museums, Art Galleries, Art Institutes/Collectives
- Dia Center of Contemporary Art: New York
- The Museum of Modern Art -Manhatten, New York
- P.S.1 -contemporary arts space and residency programme in Manhatten, New York
- Cornell University -Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853-4001.
- Grounds for Sculpture -Opened in June 1992, Grounds For
Sculpture is a public, not-for-profit
institution committed to promoting
contemporary sculpture through
exhibitions, publications and the education
of the general public about this art form.
The 22-acre, landscaped park includes
two 10,000 square foot museum facilities.
18 Fairgrounds Road
Hamilton, NJ 08619
- massart -performance and multi-media arts space in Boston. Eventworks is a festival they host.
- Thing.net communication,
- The Smithsonian American Art Museum, in Washingtion, it is dedicated to the preservation, exhibition, and study of visual arts in America.
- Walker Art Center
- Seattle Art Museum
- San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 151 Third Street, San Francisco.
- Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles 250 South Grand Avenue, L.A.
- Guide to Art Galleries and Museums in Southern California
- Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona
Festivals / Residencies / Submissions
- Location One International Residency Program: New York City, 3 to 10 month residencies, co-sponsors from own countries pay stipend, travel, participatory fee and housing.
- Silicon Valley Art Museum: An annual Exhibition for all artforms except crafts.
- Siggraph: An annual Computer Art Symposium & Exhibition in changing locations in the U.S.A.
- Art Chicago
- July Sante Fe Art Fair -3 days in mid-July
- Fibre Art International exhibition annually in Pittsburgh.
- Around the Coyote residencies and art projects
- Silicon Valley Open Studios.
- Wave Hill Galleries & Visual Arts Programme -Wave hill 675 West 252nd Street Bronx, New York.
- Women Made Gallery: Various exhibitions for all artforms: 1900 S. Prairie Ave, Chicago, IL 60616-1321.
- Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation: Grants for curator / individuals in partnership with a non-profit exhibition space.
- Voices of Bahá: website about this Bahá´í choir and its touring plans.
- Experimental Music Venue:For 23 years, Roulette has presented new jazz, world music, experimental rock, improvisation, multi-media, new technologies, traditional and hybrid ensembles from New York City and around the world.
Each series features well-known innovators in contemporary music along with young and emerging composers.
Has a search engine tailored for music performances in the U.S.
228 West Broadway, New York.
- Little Pond, a retreat in a beautiful setting 2 hours inland of New York which runs a summer programme of courses and events on the arts. Bridget and Bill George and a number of others coordinate this.
- AlienNation, -art for the mind of the soul. They explore dance-theatre-sound choreographic connections between live performance and cinematic/video time/space. Johannes Birringer is the artistic director.
Schools / Magazines, etc.
Artweek -contemporary arts magazine for the West Coast, has a calendar of events on their site.
Comet Magazine -poetry magazine.
- Artdeadlines list:
a monthly newsletter (email & paper versions) providing information about
juried exhibitions/competitions, call for entries/proposals/papers, jobs,
internships, writing & photo contests, scholarships, residencies, design &
architecture competitions, auditions, fellowships, casting calls, tryouts,
grants, festivals, funding, financial aid, and other opportunities
(including some that take place on the web) for artists, art educators and
art students of all ages. Compiled by Richard Gardner
Flash Art online -contemporary arts magazine
- The New York Times arts section
Arts Dialogue, Dintel 20, NL 7333 MC, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands