- journalists, reviewers, historians, editors, educationalists, curators, arts organisers, theorists.
Howard Atkinson, writer and editor, (British-born) living in the Czech Republic
Margaret Appa, arts organizer, U.K.
Margo Akermark, reviewer, Latvia
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.
Philip Belove, music CD review, U.S.A.
Johannes Birringer, dancetheater, new media, video, writer/reviewer on art and dance, U.S.A.
Anneke Buys, poet, reviewer (poetry), The Netherlands
Margaret Bremner, bookmaker, painter, Canada
Shaeron Caton-Rose, visual artist, curator, U.K.
Angelo Cerchione, journalist, reviewer (music), arts co-ordinator, U.S.A.
Juan Cole, translator, middle eastern studies, U.S.A.
Maxim Dumitras, sculptor, museum director, curator, Romania
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.
Sylvia Fröhlich (music) reviewer, arts organizer, photographer, Switzerland
Michèlle Fuirer, reviewer (visual arts), U.K.
Joseph Galata, video, film, arts organizer, U.S.A.
Bill Garlington, writer, teacher, 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.
Robert Hayden, poet, reviewer, U.S.A.
Duane Herrmann, poet, reviewer, U.S.A.
Kim Hodges, poet, bookmaker, U.S.A.
Joseph Houseal, dance, reviewer, choreographer, U.S.A.
Andrew Houston, academic in theatre, U.S.A.
John Kavelin, set, stage, environment designer, U.S.A.
Mona Khademi, arts manager / administrator, U.S.A.
Ben Koen, musician, composer, saxophone, wind instruments, reviewer (music), 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.
Anne Lunt, actor, playwright, theatre director, teacher, U.S.A.
Alison Marshall, editor, writer, singer, Aotearoa / New Zealand
Steve Marshall, co-ordinator, the internet, Aotearoa / New Zealand
Margie Díaz Mesén, translator, photographer, Costa Rica
Sen McGlinn, reviewer, poet, theologian, The Netherlands / New Zealand
Peter E. Murphy, poet, reviewer, critic (poetry), teacher, U.S.A.
Margaret Nagawa, sculptor, painter, curator, arts organiser U.K. / Uganda
Daniel Orey, mathmatician, reviews, photographs, U.S.A. / Brazil
Rhonda Palmer, poet, poetry editor, U.S.A.
Richard Paton, visual artist, curator, U.K.
Julie Penfold, curator, reviewer, arts organiser, U.K.
Rosey E. Pool, poet, compiled anthologies on African American poetry, The Netherlands
Roger and Marion Prentice, arts education, U.K.
Ron Price, poet, poet reviewer, Australia.
Jessy Rahman, visual artist, arts co-ordinator, curator, The Netherlands.
Eliza Rasiwala, article about the architecture of F. Sabha, Israel
Peter Scheffel, art events organizer, Germany
Jan Sijsling (1919 - 2004), arts supporter, early member of BAFA, The Netherlands
Cecilia Smith, co-organizer of the U.K. arts academy, U.K.
Carolyn Sparey-Gillies, musician, composer, reviewer, U.K.
Genek Swiech, arts coordinator, organizer of arts events, Denmark
David Taylor, painter, aesthetics, art history, U.S.A.
Kevin Tilbury, musician, northrumbrian pipes, Eastern music, Lithuania / U.K.
Lubica Turcanová, journalism and audio-visual studies, Slovakia
Sonja van Kerkhoff, visual artist, reviewer (visual arts), editor, The Netherlands
Wendy van Overmeeren, studies in Chinese theatre, translates from Chinese, (P.R. China) The Netherlands
Marie Christine Veroda, translator, editor, France
Rob Weinberg, author, reviewer, U.K.
Associations, Bahá´í organized Events, Institutes, Publications...|
The Bahá´í Academy for the Arts, U.K.
The Bahá´í Association for the Advancement of Arts and Media (BAAAM), U.S.A.
Association for Bahá´í Studies, Australia, arts related mention in our publications, Australia
Association for Bahá´í Studies for English Speaking Europe, arts related mention in our publications, U.K.
Association for Bahá´í Studies for North America, arts related mention in our publications, U.S.A.
The Bahá´í Institute for the Arts (BIA), U.S.A. / Canada.
Bahá´í Association for the Arts in Northern Ireland, U.K.
The Batdorf School of Dance & Movement Theater, Boston, U.S.A.
The Gallery Channel -arts email listing and website, U.K.
Global Visions Arts Alliance (GVAA) -organizes concerts / arts events, Colarado, U.S.A.
Landegg Academy, arts related mention in our publications, Switzerland.
Little Pond, arts retreat (performances, courses) in Pasadena, U.S.A.
The Bahá´ís of Berlin, Germany, arts related mention in our publications, Germany.
The Bahá´ís of Guernsey, The Channel Islands, arts related mention in our publications, U.K.
Bahá´í Academy in Panchgani, India., arts related mention in our publications, India.
The Los Angeles Arts Council, arts related mention in our publications, U.K.
The National Community of the Bahá´ís of Guyana, arts related mention in our publications, Guyana.
The Bahá´í Committee for Art and Culture, The Netherlands, arts related mention in our publications, The Netherlands.
The National Community of the Bahá´ís of Norway, arts related mention in our publications, Norway.
The National Community of the Bahá´ís of South Africa, arts related mention in our publications, South Africa.
One country, arts related mention in our publications, U.S.A.
Bahá´í Publishing Trust - U.K., arts related mention in our publications, U.K.
International Bahá´í Audio-visual Centre, arts related mention in our publications, Venezuela
Orison -arts publication, Canada / U.S.A.
Culture Policy, International, Inter-cultural organisations, etc.
Culture Link: With the main office in Zagreb, it is part of a worldwide Network for Research and Cooperation in Cultural Development. It promotes joint international, interregional and regional research programmes and projects on cultural development, including programmes on cultural identities, diversity, cooperation and new communication technologies. Co-founded in 1989 by UNESCO and the Council of Europe and the Institute for International Relations, Zagreb. The website presents information on cultural policy, cultural management and development strategies. CultureLink also maintains and hosts the Observatory of Cultural Policies in Africa (OCPA) website, a resource for collecting, analyzing and disseminating information on cultural life and development policies in Africa. The Asia-Pacific Regional Centre of the CultureLink Network (APRCCN) was established in 1997 by the Korean National Commission for UNESCO in Seoul.|
The European League of Institutes of the Arts - ELIA is an independent network of Arts Education Institutes, covering all the disciplines of the Arts: Dance, Design, Theatre, Fine Art, Music, Media Arts and Architecture, with appr. 350 members in 47 countries, founded in Amsterdam in 1990.
Next 5 Minutes revolves around the notion of tactical media, the fusion of art, politics and media. Hosted irregularly in Amsterdam, when the urgency is felt to bring a new edition of the festival together. The last two were in 1999 and 2003. Check their website for links and updates.
Canadian Society of Aesthetics / Société canadienne d'esthétique
Nederlands Genootschap voor Esthetica The Dutch Association for Aesthetics
Many conferences are in or partly in English.
The e-list is partly in English, partly in Dutch: email@example.com
Publications + Journalism
Mother Jones is an independent nonprofit whose roots lie in a commitment to social justice implemented through first rate investigative reporting. Lots of articles on the arts.
Public Culture A field-defining journal of the global modern.
Public Culture 1010 E. 59th Street, Chicago, IL 60637, USA, tel: (773) 702-0814
lacanian ink is a biannual publication which continues a tradition of psychoanalytic thought
developed by Jacques Lacan through his written word, discourses and utterance. Each issue provides
an elucidation of his ideas and elaboration upon his reflections from various fields of inquiry within a contemporaneous context. To comprehend the published work, though, does not necessitate a
thorough understanding of Lacan's ideas; lacanian ink is an act of discovery, both for the reader and the contributors. Exploring novels, film, poetry, television, the visual arts, philosophical and psychoanalytical texts... the latest issue
lacanian ink 133 Wooster St., New York, NY 10012, USA, tel:(212) 253-1002, fax (212) 505-1507
Leonardo Electronic Almanac: established in 1993, published under the auspices of MIT Press, it is the electronic arm of the art journal Leonardo - Journal of Art, Science and Technology. The peer reviewed e-journal includes profiles of media arts facilities and projects, profiles of artists using new media, theoretical and technical persepctives, the LEA gallery exhibitions of new media artwork, reviews of publications, events and exhibitions. Material is contributed by artists, scientists, educators and developers of technological resources in the media arts. LEA subscribers also get the latest news, announcements, events and job/educational opportunities through fineArt forum's online news service.
Arts Dialogue, Dintel 20, NL 7333 MC, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands