The 2010 edition of the Artcontext Calendar marks threedecades of calendars from artist Andy Deck. Since the mid-1990s the project has often engaged public participationthrough websites made by the artist to generate images
This year's calendar leverages the recently announced Artistic License site, which lets visitors produce anofficial-looking ID proclaiming them to be just aboutanything they can think of. This performative series of images is incorporated into the calendar in both free and printed editions.
Beginning in late December, all the pages will be freelydownloadable as PDF files. At present, orders are being
accepted for a full-color printed edition at a modest price.
It should be noted that for another week, participation isstill open, so if you'd like to appear in the 2010 Artcontext Calendar you should visit Artistic License soon. If you do, and you decide to buy the calendar, your laminated Artistic License will be added to the shipment.
You will not only have a distinctive calendar, you will bea card carrying artist and a participant in a 30 yearcalendar project begun by the artist in 1979.