Exhibition opportunities
The ART DEADLINES LIST: There are two versions of this list the free and the paid. It lists everything. Juried competitions, jobs, internships, call for entries/proposals/papers, contests, scholarships, residencies, auditions, fellowships, casting calls, tryouts, grants, festivals, funding, financial aid, and other opportunities for artists, art educators and art students of all ages.
Arts Wire The best place for current info on the art world, especially in NYC
CEPA gallery calls for entries
Free Expressions A city publication of places to exhibit in New York City
The College Art Associations listings
Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism The printed version is full of exhibition and screening opportunities as well as teaching and curatorial jobs.
Artscope Very professional looking site out of Chicago. They also have a what to charge calculator
Art Source

NY city Percent for art slide registry run by the Department of Cultural affairs
world-arts-resources Messy amateurish site

NYSCA The New York State Council on the Arts. Does not give money to individuals. Apply through a non-profit organization

New York Foundation for the Arts
Early October deadline
Guggenheim Foundation Oct 1 deadline Not for students
Creative Capital A new organization seeking to fill the gap the NEA left.
The Foundation Center The mother load of grants, mostly for nonprofit oganizations
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) No longer give individual artist grants.
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

Yaddo The oldest and most famous of the Artists colonies
The Millay Colony
The Vermont studio center
Alliance of Artists Communities
The Yahoo listing of Artists colonies and retreatsq

Interesting Art Sites
Shock of the View Walker art center New media collection
Some of my favorite websites are art
Art and Robotics Group
SVA Digital Salon
Postmasters Gallery
Thought> shockwaved Ideas Some great shockwave interface ideas.
and of course jodi.org

New Media
New Media Museum
in New York
New York New Media Association
Excellent site for the local scene includes jobs and internships.
ASCII.org Art and Science collaborations
Siggraph The ACM Special interest Group on Graphics. and the New York Chapter of SIGGRAPH

Circuits NYS is a series of statewide projects including workshops, publications, Web resources, and grants to advance the use and understanding of new technology and the digital arts.
Rhizome Excellent email list maintained by Alex Galloway. Discussions of net based art and calls for entries.

Film & Video
Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers (AIVF)
Independent Television Service (ITVS)
National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture (NAMAC)

Digital Imaging
Photo district News PIX digital photography
International Association of Fine Art Digital Printmakers Giclee printers unite
Wilhelm Research's Findings on the stability of inkjet prints

Links of interest
Artjobs Find that administrative position tha tlets you do your work on the side...
Artists' Health Insurance Resource Center (AHIRC)
Art Museum Network
Artists Register.com -- Colorado
National Assembly of State Art Agencies (NASAA)
National Latino Communications Center (NLCC)
Working Today A great site for independant workers eg freelancers and artists.
Furby Autopsy Break it open and see how it works.
Artnetweb Huge web database. Has a resources section.
Dia Center for the Arts, New York, NY The Dia say no more
Modern Postcard for those announcement cards
Apex Art Studio programs

Sylvia White a freelance artists promoter

Intelligent Agent magazine worth reading
ArtByte Excellent quarterly magazine
Wired Has certainly passed its prime but is still worth perusing.
nyartsmagazine Great newish art magazine that covers the local scene well.
Photography in New York
THE guide to photography in the city
Gallery guide online
FYI Excellent Quarterly newsletter full of local interests

Visual artists hotline - Artists can speak with the Hotline staff directly by calling (800) 232-2789 between the hours of 1 and 5 p.m. EST, Monday through Friday