Since its creation in 1993, the Ambronay European Baroque Academy is now part of the eeemerging project, bringing together a young ensemble selected within this scheme, along with young artists recruited individually throughout Europe. / Depuis sa création en 1993, l’Académie baroque européenne d’Ambronay fait désormais partie du dispositif eeemerging en valorisant un jeune ensemble choisi dans ce cadre, auquel s’ajoutent de jeunes talents individuels sélectionnés dans toute l’Europe.Dl: 5/7.
Nextfest Visual Art Niteclub, Edmonton Thursday, June 9, 8:00pm | Bonnie Doon Centre The Nextfest Visual Art Niteclub is a party in this year’s gallery of 15 incredible artists. The night is packed with an art making all night, a play, live music, and performance art pieces for small audiences of 1 or a few. [&hellip
Employment Opportunity, Volunteer Coordinator, University of Alberta, Museums & Collections Services Deadline: May 27, 2016 The University of Alberta Museums seeks a dynamic, team-oriented Volunteer Coordinator to develop and implement a pilot Volunteer Program for the University of Alberta Museums. The University of Alberta Museums is a distributed network of 29 diverse museum collections located in [&hellip
Paint Spot presents The Unfinished Symphony and The Random Artist The Paint Spot is happy to offer two exhibitions running simultaneously May 24-July 5, 2016. In the Naess Gallery, Dave Thomas has his first solo show, The Unfinished Symphony. His oil paintings, hybrids of classical and painterly styles, explore the life of the family from deep within. In the Artisan Nook, Shelly Banks presents a notable range of [&hellip
Call for Entries 2016 Open Photography Competition & Show Deadline: June 4, 2016 Alberta photographers age 18 and over are invited to enter the Allied Arts Council of Spruce Grove’s 2016 Open Photography Show & Competition All works must be original and competed within the last two years, and not previously shown in the Spruce [&hellip
Call for Artist in Residence, SNAP Gallery SNAP is accepting submission for the 2016 Emerging Artist in Residence Program Deadline: June 30, 2016, by 5:00PM. The Emerging AIR Program offers emerging artists and recent graduates the opportunity to work rent-free at the SNAP Printshop for a 6 month term. The residency is aimed at providing [&hellip
Peter Robertson Gallery presents ‘A Conversation with Colour’ – Jonathan Forrest May 26 – June 14, 2016 Opening Reception: Thursday, May 26 from 7 – 9 pm 8: 00 pm – A Conversation with artist Jonathan Forrest and art dealer Peter Robertson live jazz by Jerrold Dubyk Duo In A Conversation with Colour, Jonathan Forrest brings us [&hellip
Deadline Aug. 19, 2016 Residency Mixed Media, Sound, Video, Residencies The Institute for Electronic Arts (IEA) is currently accepting applications for one week, New York State artist residencies for Electronic Media and Film projects. For more information and to apply please go to iea.alfred.edu and select the Apply tab.
Deadline Jun. 26, 2016 Exhibition, Online Exhibition, Competition, Other Design, Digital, Drawing, Mixed Media, Other, Painting, Phot... Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery announces an art call for the gallery’s 6th Annual “Figurative” Online Juried Art Competition for the month of June 2016.
Deadline Aug. 01, 2016 Exhibition Photography, Exhibitions Las Laguna Gallery presents – Lensflare – A Photography Show. For this Call for Art Las Laguna Gallery is looking for works by photographers. Las Laguna Gallery invites artists working in all photographic mediums to submit images to be considered for an exhibition.
Deadline Jun. 06, 2016 Exhibition Conceptual, Digital, Drawing, Mixed Media, Painting, Photogr... Las Laguna Gallery is seeking incredible works in a variety of mediums. There is no theme for this call for art. All local, national and international artists, professional and amateur and multiple art mediums will be considered in this call for art. Any theme will be considered.
Deadline Jun. 07, 2016 Exhibition, Competition Conceptual, Digital, Drawing, Mixed Media, Painting, Perform... This is an opportunity for all those artists who are already international artists or for all those who have the ambition to work internationally-globally or have a ...
Terra Vivente is a small artist-run residency that encourages community engagement and interaction among artists in a hill town in southern Italy. The residency is self-directed; artists come and spend time exploring the town, its historic centre where the studio is based, and the many nearby villages and hills. There is something to suit many tastes–history, culture, gastronomy, nature. There are many festivals in the region over the summer, including Vinalia, a lively wine festival that takes place in Guardia Sanframondi. At the end of the residency, an exhibition is held that is well publicized and attended. This is authentic Italy, off the tourist-track. Artists can choose to participate in day trips to Naples or picnics in the hills. August 7-28. Please download application form from website under How to Apply
The Sónar Festival in Barcelona has brought multimedia artists, musicians and performers together from all over the world since 1994. With several hundred digital events squeezed in from 16th to 18th June, it is a mean feat to pick out the most interesting. Let’s take a closer look at the 3 buzzing days.
In the space of two decades, Sónar has positioned itself to act as an excellent barometer for digital trends. Sometimes considered the best festival for electronic music in Europe, or even internationally, the line-up of digital works does not disappoint. On the contrary, a clever mix of established artists and avant-garde creators lends particular character to these few outstanding days. After an in-depth perusal, the extremely packed programme, promises a number of novel experiences. For enlightened enthusiasts this is the attraction: previewing creations that, sometimes, will only be performed once. Here is a summary of the 23rd festival’s key digital events.
Music, festival’s DNA…
Sónar’s reputation is built on the ability of the inhabitants of Barcelona to unite around electronic music. For any festivalgoer the conclusion is clear: the Catalan capital lives day and night for Sónar. Several venues are called upon for this. Several art centres positioned in the historical city centre are grouped together under the name “Sónar By Day”, whereas the main stages, located on the outskirts of the city, are part of “Sónar By Night”. This twofold formula is well known in France (Nuits Sonores uses the same organisation) but its similarities mirror the Barcelona festival. The “day” and “night” concerts are therefore the common thread. Many of today’s stars (James Blake, Flume, Boys Noize…) are headlining the event as well as other artists that have taken on a mythical status (Jean-Michel Jarre, New Order, Fat Boy Slim…). Many conferences are being held by celebrities from the world of music: Brian Eno, Richie Hawtin and Jeff Smith (Director of Music of prestigious BBC Radio 2, to name but a few as proof finally that music is exploited in every sense.
However, it would be a shame to think that the pleasure derived from of music is limited to hearing. Live performances and group stage designs take on a particular dimension here. The first that comes to mind is Jean-Michel Jarre’s long-awaited show.
The French musician, a pioneer who brought together sound and image in the 80s, is preparing what is anticipated to be an awe-inspiring project, but that has until now been kept secret. Other scenographies, although more modest, nonetheless deserve attention. The one by the Austro-German duo Howling, produced by the excellent Children Of The Light (spotted during Darkside’s tour), is a good example. The minimalist installation comprising white light accentuates the lightness of the compositions, without going overboard.
Howling, Children Of The Light
Another sensory experience: the British music artist Kode9, a key reference on the bass music scene, will play The Notel. Lawrence Lek, a young German living in London, will be responsible for the staging. The artist, a creator of ambiguous spaces, conceives a mysterious hotel designed like a cheap video shop. By using volatile sculptures, landscapes defying gravity and holograms, the master of ceremony invite us to enjoy an anxiety provoking wander that never takes precedence over the DJ’s compositions, one of the memorable moments from the most recent Mapping Festival in Geneva (see the summary). Lastly the eye-opener this year is perhaps from Bruna & Wooky. The Spanish duo engaged the services of Alba G.Corral, an expert in generative and monumental images, who justifies going beyond borders.
Lastly, the twentieth anniversary of the legendary label Raster Noton should be noted, sadly stripped of its superb White Circle presented last March at the ZKM Karlsruhe. Nonetheless Byetone and Alva Noto, no strangers to sensational audiovisual performances, should not disappoint. The same goes for Cyclo that will delight even the most nostalgic. This project was initiated in 2001 and brings together two legendary figures in the visual arts arena (Ryoji Ikeda and Carsten Nicolai). The performance has evolved over the years without losing its original essence. It is about stimulating retinas, as well as eardrums, by blending repetitive algorithmic techno with powerful visual performances. De facto the music becomes an image and vice versa. A legendary live performance to rediscover with gusto, like a cult film that has been dusted off and taken out of the attic.
Several outstanding performances
It turns out that few audiovisual artists are performing (in proportion to the overall programme), the talented Canadians Martin Messier and Myriam Bleau will be part of the event. The former is presenting Field, his most recent project overflowing with energy where electromagnetic fields imperceptible to the naked eye are employed.
Martin Messier "FIELD" for Sónar+D
With her four spinning tops the latter will compose an audio and visual score. Although the talent of the Montrealer is not called into question, quite the contrary, a slight feeling of weariness may have overcome the globe trotter/digital arts enthusiast. Indeed the artist, who has been on tour for many months, has already presented her work in most of the major festivals (Elektra, Transmédiale, LEV, EXIT, Mirage, Némo…) and as a consequence fails to surprise us as much as before. V.I.C.T.O.R, an innovative project by the French producer Antoine Harispuru and the graphic studio Desilence, alternating a restricted use of techno and mapped retro-futuristic visuals or No Man’s Sky by 65daysofstatic, a sort of infinite soundtrack of the eponymous video game, could be the best picks of 2016. Watch this space.
Two monumental installations: Microtonal and Earthworks
It is interesting to note that Sónar doesn’t consider itself a digital arts festival. Yet its receptiveness to the discipline is increasingly blatant. Two monumental digital installations will be among those presented this year. Microtonal, by the New Yorker Tristan Perich, follows in the sound-art tradition. 1,500 loudspeakers are arranged over a white board.
The visual impression is as striking as the work’s audible spatiality. The second installation is even more remarkable. Earthworksresults from the joint initiative between Sónar and the Sorigué Foundation. Together, the two Catalan structures intend to promote research on creative digital languages. Each year a monumental piece is therefore created for the festival.
The installation Earthworks by Sónar and Fondation Sorigué.
In 2015 the kinetic installation RGB|CMYby the studio ART+COM was a resounding success. This year British artists Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt (Semiconductor) continue the exercise. Capturing scientific data from nature (earthquakes, volcanic activity, levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, the movement of stars, data from satellites), the artists represent the process of the Earth’s formation through the centuries and man’s impact on its evolution. Earthworks consists of five x five metre screens, arranged in a zig-zag shape. This video fresco, touted as a work of scientific mediation, projects the data gathered by various colourful graphics.
Sónar +D: a laboratory for digital exchange
In parallel to the “By Day” and “By Night” programme, the organisers have created Sónar+D. Since 2013, the aim of this laboratory for exchange has been to question the place of technology in the music and creative industries. Sónar+D is mainly structured around a huge congress with several internationally renowned speakers (Matthew Ogle & Ajay Kalia de Spotify / cyber activist Jacob Appelbaum / Adam Clarke one of the creative heads of Minecraft…). These same stars provide several workshops. In addition to Startup Garden and MarketLab, Realities+D attracts the most attention.
We are talking about selecting the most innovative content and technology of the year in terms of virtual reality. Genre regulars are of course attending: the comic-strip artist Marc-Antoine Mathieu and the studio Felix&Paul. A distinction for the project Notes on Blindness. This documentary, awarded at the recent Sundance and Tribeca festivals, is an invitation to experience what it is like for the writer John Hull, a victim to blindness in the 80s. The viewer is guided by Hull’s voice in an abstract world in a sensitive and highly creative project.
Notes on Blindness Teaser
Lastly Sónar+D provides many opportunities for social networking. Dozens of meetings with experts (Xavier Bové director of Mapping Festival in Gijon / Pierre-Marie Ouillon, artistic director of Arty Farty / Mónica Bello, programmer for CERN…), investors (Luís Gutierrez Roy, founder of Telegraph Hill Capital…) and start-up specialists (Caroline Matte, manager at NUMA in Paris…) are possible. A means to definitively reconcile art, innovation and business.
What if hundreds of people united, each taking one small action to improve their city, all on the same day? 100 In 1 Day is a global festival about improving communities through citizens’ small actions. It’s coming to Edmonton for the first time on June 4, 2016 and you’re invited to participate. Think about ways [&hellip
Communauté de communes pays mélusin / Rurart
Date limite du dépôt du dossier :
08 Juil 2016
Montant proposé :
La résidence d’artistes est organisée à des fins culturelles et pédagogiques en faveur des habitants et des usagers des territoires ruraux.
Elle repose sur la pleine disponibilité durant 6 semaines d ’un collectif d’artistes composé de 3 artistes. La résidence a pour vocation de créer les conditions d’une expérience originale, d’une rencontre entre des professionnels et des populations sur un territoire donné.
La résidence est en lien direct avec la démarche de concertation sur le développement culturel du Mélusin. Les artistes auront pour mission de restituer de manière graphique et plastique le fruit du travail des groupes d’acteurs qui se sont réunis dans le cadre de cette démarche. Les artistes interviendront pendant la dernière phase de cette démarche lorsqu’il sera question de la définition des axes de développement culturel pour le territoire.
Un “objet” à la fois graphique et plastique sera réalisé par les artistes. Il se déclinera à la fois sous une forme papier et sous une forme numérique1.
ROSWELL, NM IS SEEKING A DIRECTOR OF MUSEUM AND ART CENTER (A highly competitive salary and benefit package will be offered, depending upon the experience and qualifications of the successful candidate) Due to a serious family medical issue, the successful candidate had to decline the employment offer. Thus, this recruitment is again active. See below […] Source: ART JOBS
Lecturer Stony Brook University, home to many highly ranked graduate research programs, is located 60 miles from New York City on Long Island’s scenic North Shore. Our 1,100-acre campus is home to 24,000 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students and more than 13,500 faculty and staff. SBU is a comprehensive research-intensive university and a member of […] Source: ART JOBS
Deadline Jun. 30, 2016 Residency Architecture, Conceptual, Curating, Design, Digital, Drawing... Tokyo Wonder Site (TWS) launched its residency programs in 2006. Now we are calling for “Research Residency Program”, aimed at both international and local creators who are willing to conduct research on arts and culture in the city of Tokyo.
Deadline Jun. 30, 2016 Residency Architecture, Conceptual, Curating, Design, Digital, Drawing... Tokyo Wonder Site (TWS) launched its residency programs in 2006. Now we are calling for “International Creator Residency Program”, aimed at international creators/curators/ administrators who are willing to perform new creative activities during their programs at TWS Residency.
Decompression Gathering Summer Camp 2016 Deadline is on May 30th!
A one-week residency of decompression, communal living and group working that takes place at the end of the summer, before urban life and its busyness picks up again.
Radical Intention in collaboration with visiting curator Berit Fischer August 27th - September 3rd 2016 Corniolo Art Platform, Florence Italy
“…to expand beyond representation, to conquer an intimacy with the body as a vibratile surface that detects the waves even before they arise.” Suely Rolnik
Can the act of gathering and isolation contribute to articulating new forms of mutual learning and group working? Does experiencing communal life in isolated areas shift social relations? Can the experience of leisure and unproductive daily tasks be a generative process with critical potential? Radical Intention addresses and discusses these issues by setting up Decompression Gathering Summer Camp, a one-week residency of decompression, communal living and group working that takes place at the end of the summer, before urban life and its busyness picks up again.
This year berlin-based visiting curator Berit Fischer invites artists, curators and cultural workers to participate in The Vibratile Body, an exploration on the relation between the micro and macro dimensions of agency looking to test whether changes in the individual self trigger other collective manifestations.
Participants in D_Camp 2016 will engage in a one-week self-experiment focused on a reinterpretation of Paulo Freire’s collective practices of ‘conscientization’ (i.e. Ashtanga yoga, meditations and breathing exercises; no prior experience necessary). Theses daily activities will be intertwined with discussions around the notion of the self as a ‘vibratile body’ in Suely Rolnik, and as a ‘social body’ (e.g. in Franco Berardi Bifo). There will also be visits to local arts and cultural centres, as well as experiences of local holistic practices. The week hopes to unfold a practical and critical exchange that questions whether new connections of flows, heightened awareness, empathy and sensitivity can produce forms of self-empowerment and ‘post-otherness’.
Art Vision is one of the world’s biggest projection mapping and VJing contests. Artists are welcome to submit their projects by 1 August 2016. Finalists show their works to millions of people by video projecting on the Bolshoi Theatre and the Moscow Manege, the symbols of Russia. It is the first time when VJ contest takes place in Izvestiya Hall, one of the biggest concert venues of Moscow. Winners get money prizes. Participation is free of charge.
The Art Vision contest brings together specialists in audiovisual art from all around the world for researching the creative potential of the light and showing the audience its inspirational power. Nowadays the Art Vision is a global media platform that helps artists to promote their works, set reliable connections, and develop creative skills.
More than 120 contenders from 26 countries took part in the contest last year (2015). The winners were artists from Germany, Italy, Japan, Hungary, Spain, and Chile.
The Art Vision contest is divided into three categories:
● Classic Architectural Mapping (theme – cinematography)
● Modern Video Mapping (open theme)
● VJing contest (open theme)
The international judge panel consists of professional artists and designers. The chairman of the international judge panel is lighting designer Patrick Woodroffe who has been responsible for lighting the opening and closing ceremonies for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and other prime events.
The contest takes place as part of the annual Circle of Light Moscow International Festival, which is scheduled for 23 to 27 September 2016.
Taverne Gutenberg, Résidence artistique, ateliers et laboratoire créatif
Date limite du dépôt du dossier :
05 Juin 2016
EXPOSITION COLLECTIVE N°4 - PERFORMANCE/FRESQUE/INSTALLATION À l’occasion de sa quatrième exposition collective, qui aura lieu du 22 juin au 3 juillet, la Taverne met à disposition de chaque artiste retenu une pièce allant de 7 à 12m2 ou un espace afin qu’ils y réalise une performance, une installation, une oeuvre InSitu... autour du mot “Solstice”. Médium : arts plastiques, mapping, arts vivants… et tout autre forme de création ! Une attention particulière sera portée aux projets permettant une interaction avec le public. NB : les installations digitales et/ou intéractives nécessitant l’intervention de l’artiste devront être opérationnelles pendant toute la durée de l’exposition. _
Agence nationale pour la gestion des déchets radioactifs (ANDRA)
Date limite du dépôt du dossier :
07 Juil 2016
Montant proposé :
Prix de l’Andra : 6 000 € et 3 000 €; Prix du public : 6 000 €
« Imaginer la mémoire des sites de stockage de déchets radioactifs pour les générations futures » L’Andra, établissement public à caractère industriel et commercial, a pour mission de trouver, mettre en œuvre et garantir des solutions de gestion sûres pour l’ensemble des déchets radioactifs français afin de protéger les générations futures du risque que ces déchets présentent.
Le présent appel à projets artistiques a pour objectif de contribuer à la réflexion sur la préservation et la transmission de la mémoire des sites de stockage de déchets radioactifs. De portée prospective, les projets artistiques retenus n’ont pas nécessairement vocation à être ensuite réalisés. Toutes les disciplines sont concernées.
Prix de l’Andra : 6 000 € et 3 000 € Prix du public* : 6 000 € *ce prix est décerné par un jury constitué de membres des groupes de réflexion composés d’habitants vivant à proximité des sites de l’Andra. La qualité artistique, l’originalité de la proposition et son adéquation avec l’appel à projets constitueront les principaux critères de sélection.
La revue d'artiste X=Rivista d'Artista est à la recherche de quatre jeunes artistes pour la conception du deuxième numéro, X=Borders, qui sortira en septembre 2016.
● La revue, divisée en 3 sections, propose un appel à projet pour recruter 4 jeunes artistes, entre les 18 et les 35 ans, avec lesquels collaborer pour la création du prochain numéro. La revue est à la recherche de: ● N°1 artiste pour la première section, X=Fields ● N°2 artistes pour la deuxième section, X=Notes ● N°1 artiste pour la troisième section, X=Canvases
Deadline Jun. 20, 2016 Online Exhibition, Competition, Publication, Other Architecture, Conceptual, Design, Drawing, Painting, Online... Sketchlane is holding first „Car design contest“. The challenge is to post your best car sketches on www.sketchlane.com. Users within the 50 most liked sketches are being selected to the final round where they'll design a car that has yet to be announced. The prize is a 3D printed model of that car.
Deadline Jun. 01, 2016 Exhibition, Competition Mixed Media, Photography, Exhibitions, Competitions The Long Island Life July 2 - July 24 Reception: Sunday, July 10 1:00pm to 3:00pm Juror: Neil Scholl From Brooklyn to Montauk: what does living on Long Island mean to you? Deadline to submit application: Wednesday, June 1, 2016
Délai de candidature : 01/07/2016 Du 1er au 5 décembre 2016 aura lieu, dans un endroit prestigieux situé au cœur de la capitale luxembourgeoise, l’exposition « de Mains de Maître », dédiée aux artisans et créateurs d’art. Organisée à l’initiative de Leurs Altesses Royales Le Grand-Duc Héritier et la Grande-Duchesse Héritière, en partenariat avec la Chambre des Métiers et le soutien du Ministère de l’Économie et du Ministère de la Culture, elle a pour ambition de faire découvrir de nouveaux talents.
The Social partners in the Live Performance sector will hold a conference on 15th – 16th June 2016 in Athens to showcase risk assessment practice and the development of two new sectoral OiRA tools. The OiRA tools for the Live Performance sector have been developed to give a roadmap to SME (small and medium enterprises) in the Live Performance sector to address health and safety challenges. Deadline: 2 June.
With the support of the Creative Europe programme, 8 partners (*) from all over Europe, along with 37 first rank partners in the field of early music, join forces for an original and innovative project at the service of musicians and audiences. / Avec le soutien du programme Europe Créative, 8 organisateurs (*) implantés dans toute l'Europe associés à 37 partenaires du premier plan dans le domaine de la musique ancienne collaborent pour un projet inédit et novateur au service des artistes-musiciens et des publics. Dl: 10/6.
Call for Submissions 2017, The Visual Arts Studio Association (VASA) of St. Albert, Alberta VASA, an artist run gallery, is seeking visual art in all mediums and styles for their 2017 exhibition season from both professional and emerging artists. The deadline for submission is June 15, 2016. VASA’s Main Space Gallery is unique. It is [&hellip
International Artist Call for Photos & Artwork – Nowhere to Run-Climate Refugees Baksun Books & Arts is seeking works on paper for a scholarly art book/portfolio and eventual traveling exhibition, Nowhere to Run: Climate Refugees, that will look at the displacement of individuals and communities from their lands thanks to climate change, environmental degradation and/or ecological abuses that [&hellip
Gallery Hop, Calgary, Saturday May 28th, 11-5pm On Saturday, May 28, join ADAC Calgary for a gallery hop! ADAC, (the Art Dealers Association of Canada, is a not-for-profit organization and is the only National Association of art dealers representing artists throughout Canada). Join 8 members of the Art Dealers Association of Canada for the first ever ADAC [&hellip
Call for Artists for Pay-It-Forward Summer event Call for artist for the Caprices Fine Arts Pay-It-Forward Summer Event Saturday Aug 27, 11am to 4pm at Venue 1008 in Inglewood, Calgary Looking for art work in all mediums and genres. Pay-It-Forward is an opportunity for artists to show support for their favorite charities. I think it’s [&hellip
I am a curator who is looking for user-experience design artist submissions. I am looking to collaborate for the purpose of a digitally curated online experience, with the focus of user-experience, data visualization, and neuro-art. This is not a paid opportunity. However, this is a free opportunity for portfolio exposure ...
ASSC presents HIDDEN TREASURES OPEN ART STUDIO TOUR, June 25 & 26 June 25 and 26, from 10-5 pm Presented by the Art Society of Strathcona County. Hidden Treasures is a self guided tour of Strathcona County artists’ studios with artists also at the A.J. Ottewell Center, Clay Hut, Studio One and other businesses. Experience the creative [&hellip
International Call to Photographers, Syngenta Photography Award Deadline: August 22, 2016 THE SYNGENTA PHOTOGRAPHY AWARD, THIRD EDITION CALL FOR ENTRIES IS NOW OPEN International competition provides photographers with an opportunity to explore global challenges through compelling images This year’s Award theme is “Grow-Conserve” Open to professional and amateur photographers, with US$65,000 in prizes, including a professional [&hellip
Midtowne Gallery presents Markmarkers Sandy Kunze & Frances Vettergreen June 4 – July 2, 2016 Opening Reception Saturday June 4, 2-6pm For our June exhibition we present a two person exhibition, painter/ceramicist Sandy Kunze from Wynndel, BC and painter Frances Vettergreen, from Calgary. Living in a small town in beautiful Kootenay Valley, allows Sandy Kunze [&hellip
Bugera Matheson and Art Perspective present Johnny Taylor, Tokyo Lights June 3 to 17, 2016 OPENING JUNE 3rd Artist in Attendance Friday June 3rd, 6-9pm & Saturday June 4th, 1-4pm In the fall of 2015 Johnny Taylor was awarded a residency at the acclaimed 3331 Chiyoda Arts Centre in Tokyo, Japan. During his study of Japanese painting [&hellip
International Call for INPA 7 The International Painting Annual 7 Deadline for entries: June 30, 2016 A Juried Annual Publication of Works of Recent Contemporary Painting $2000 in CASH PRIZES now include a $1200 First Prize NOTE: As this is a BOOK project, works that are not otherwise available (i.e. physically) may still be submitted for consideration. All that [&hellip
POOL 16 – INTERNATIONALES TanzFilmFestival BERLIN
September 7-10, 2016 at DOCK 11, Berlin
POOL is a festival for videodance, that offers space for the mutual exchange of experiences, development, training, and production prospects.
Every year POOL presents a selection of fascinating videodance productions from all over the world,
which makes the event a meeting place for creative people involved in the fields of dance, film, fashion and advertisement.
All dancers, choreographers, filmmakers and artists are invited to apply with dance short films and dance animations.
Films should not be longer than 30 minutes and not only a documentation of a dance piece.
The budget of the films or the background of its creators are less important for us.
The POOL 16 jury will create a film programme from all submissions and select the winner films, the PEARLS 16.
PEARLS are the equal winners of POOL – INTERNATIONALES TanzFilmFestival BERLIN and will be honored with a prize money (5000€).
Klaus Knoll Writing Scholarships In honor of Transart co-founder and exceptional writer Klaus Knoll, Transart is offering 4 new scholarships for incoming MFA students who work predominantly with creative writing or for whom writing forms an integral part of their creative practice. Award is $4000.00
New Media Art Scholarships 2 new scholarships in New Media Art are available for students working at the intersection of new technologies and contemporary art. Award is $4000.00
Deadline extended for the “Imperceptible Self” Scholarship for Social Practice open to artists and curators In connection with the three year Transart Triennale research projects, Transart Institute is pleased to announce two new Scholarships for candidates with a demonstrated history of working with Socially Engaged Practices and whose project proposal for the MFA program would follow this trajectory.
Proposed projects will resonate with Transart research areas: Identity; Exile; Role of Art in Peace and Mediation; Space In Between; International Diaspora, Post-Nationalism and Post-Colonialism; Home; Temporary Architecture; Cultural Engagement through Food; Foreignness, Otherness and the Uncanny; or Publicness, Collaboration and the Social and this current triennale theme, The Imperceptible Self.
INTERNATIONAL Diaspora, Post-Nationalism and Post-Colonialism; Identity; Exile; Role of Art in Peace and Mediation; Space In Between; Home; Temporary Architecture; Cultural Engagement through Food; Foreignness, Otherness and the Uncanny; and Publicness, Collaboration and the Social are areas Transart Institute is paricularly interested in supporting and instigating research, projects and practices in. We champion independent thinking, expermentation and informed endeavors.
WE BEGAN as an independent, utopian, post-national and transdisciplinary “unschool art school”, embodying the idea that participation in a vibrant and current graduate experience requires nomadic possibilities untethered to geography. The focus and strength of Transart has centered on an exceptional international teaching, research and learning program that leads to an MFA or PhD in creative, curatorial and transcultural practices. Adopting a respiratory model of meeting and dispersing, Transart positions itself in the gaps where art practice, knowledge production and research processes operate; in the tensions between, across, through and beyond recognised paradigms. Encouraging active student-driven learning over passive educational models, our students and faculty–from all over the planet–meet bi-annually as we continue to work wherever we live, actively supported by the Transart community.
WE BELIEVE that education is not just a paper-chase and is most relevant, effective and powerful when vitally connected to projects and initiatives in the world–beyond the walls of the academy. By its very nature, Transart creates international research communities that encourage and promote dialogue and collaboration between artists, writers, curators and thinkers across cultures. Driven by our students desires rather than the demands of bureaucracy and real estate we remain agile, responsive and nomadic; currently meeting in Berlin and New York with plans afoot to include Mexico City and Melbourne.
AFTER TEN YEARS of remarkable development we are now entering the next phase in our evolution. The ‘transartist’ vision is continually amplified by a growing global network of artists, curators and creative thinkers working collectively in hybrid ways that span engaged sites and interactive online spaces from Brazil to Australia, Ethiopia to Canada, Pakistan to Iceland. These reverberating actions further stimulate emergent streams of public programming and events such as the Transart Triennale, ELSE Journal and NEST (New Experiments for Sharing Terrain) and drive our educational curiosity even further. This exciting moment finds Transart again at the cutting edge of what schools, arts institutions, communities and broader cultural experiences might be in the twenty-first century. Transart Institute was founded by two artists and remains operated entirely by artists.
Transart Institute The Un-School for International Creative Practice Low-residency MFA/PhD + Mid-Career Summer Academy Artist-run, post-national and utopian since 2004.
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Processing, Blender, Digital fabrication, Arduino, Raspberry Pi
Join us for the 12th edition of our Summer Digital Workshops! These six courses address techniques and practices increasingly used in performing art, installation art, (audio)visual art and of course digital art. They are all based on open(-source) softwares and hardwares.
This year, the programme includes two new workshops exploring the possibilities of the Raspberry Pi single-board computer, as well as an extended 3D-modeling introduction course.
These workshops are open to any artist, art student, designer, graphic designer, videographer, programmer, teacher, hobbyist, active unemployed person... wishing to learn new creative digital tools. These are classes for adults (18 or older).
The courses are taught in French. They are however open to people with basic skills in French (oral understanding). Of course, the programming languages are always based on English!
Because the number of participants is limited (max. 15 persons), you are advised to register as soon as possible.
Once a workshop has reached its minimum number of participants, payment info will be send to the attendees. Your registration is only confirmed once your payment is received.
Transcultures recherche à partir de juin 2016, un(e) stagiaire désireux(-se) de se former en production/organisation et un(e) stagiaire désireux(-se) de se former en communication dans les milieux de la culture, des arts numériques et des cultures sonores.
Transcultures est un centre interdisciplinaire des cultures numériques et sonores, pionnier des pratiques artistiques/culturelles hybrides et innovantes en Belgique et tourné aussi vers l’international. Chaque année, en septembre, le centre organise et programme City Sonic, Festival international des arts sonores. Il organise aussi le festival internationale des arts et cultures numériques Transnumériques. Reconnu au niveau international par ses pairs, il développe également de nombreux projets européens M4M, Park in Progress, les Pépinières européennes pour jeunes artistes en Fédération Wallonie Bruxelles… et échanges internationaux afin d’augmenter la visibilité, la mobilité et la diffusion de ces formes interdisciplinaires artistiques. Transcultures, organise en outre dans la saison, à Mons et en Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles des événements et des ateliers arts numériques/musiques électroniques/arts sonores.
ART- POLI Japan invites artists of all levels to spend two weeks in Japan, painting, drawing, photographing, printmaking and learning woodblock on location. Study the art of Ukiyo-e. Learn about Japanese painting, prints and woodblocks. Other Japanese ancient and modern arts will be examined to explore the relationship of modern tattoos, irezumi and horimono symbolism.
ART – POLI accompanies the famous Cherry Blossom Festival, a visit to Mt.Fuji and excursions to museums with culinary classes, a Japanese Tea Ceremony, and Fashion exploring the Lolita, Gyaru, Bosozoku, Visual Kei, their influence on modern androgyny and music. Classes include the history of Kabuki and its art and role in modern dance, acting, fashion, sexuality, avant-garde theater, plus a ticket to a traditional Kabuki and Bunraku show.
The ART – POLI program will include art history and a local understanding of the region by tours and engaging in activities of the area.These include sketching in museums, near temples, the marketplace, countryside and city.
Classes are available in painting, drawing, printmaking, papermaking, woodblock, sculpture, architecture, graphic design, art history, photography, creative writing, literature, poetry, language, philosophy, fashion, music, film, theater, dance, culinary and the production of rice wine, sake.
Call for submissions: FRAGMENTED IDENTITIES – Venice 2016It’s LIQUID International Art and Architecture FestivalDeadline: July 08, 2016 It’s LIQUID Group, in collaboration with International ArtExpo, is selecting all interesting photo, design/architecture projects, video-art, painting, installation/sculpture and performance art works to include in the next exhibition: FRAGMENTED IDENTITIES, International Art and Architecture Festival, that will […]
Ai Weiwei au Musée d’art cycladique d’Athènes. Un établissement plus habitué à accueillir des oeuvres archéologiques qui a voulu ici jouer sur une rupture en invitant un des plus grands artistes contemporains par ailleurs très impliqué dans la crise des migrants.
JOURNAL AUDIOBIOGRAPHIQUE Auteur(s) : Alexandre Castant En 2007, Alexandre Castant a publié Planètes sonores, un ouvrage sur le son dans l'art contemporain qui, depuis, a accompagné la création sonore dans les arts plastiques. Presque dix ans après, Journal audiobiographique en poursuit l'étude... Avec un ensemble d'œuvres contemporaines et actuelles, mais aussi historiques, Journal audiobiographique propose un état des lieux de ces pratiques et de leur exploration de l'écoute et du son, du silence et du bruit, de la voix et des objets sonores qui constituent le domaine dynamique des arts sonores. Ainsi, musique expérimentale, radiophonie, arts plastiques et cinéma, sculpture et poésie sonore s'y croisent pour construire de nouvelles utopies...
Écrits à propos d'œuvres de Laurie Anderson, Véronique Aubouy, David Bowie, Dominique Blais, Cornelius Cardew, Jean Cocteau, Pascal Comelade, Vincent Dieutre, Lars Fredrikson, Douglas Gordon et Philippe Parreno, Joris Ivens et Marceline Loridan, Alexandre Joly, Marie-Jo Lafontaine, Cécile Le Talec, Christian Marclay, Steve McQueen, Jonas Mekas, Joris Van de Moortel, Kaye Mortley, Tania Mouraud, Éliane Radigue, Alain Robbe-Grillet, Julian Schnabel, Georgina Starr, John Zorn... ainsi que les sons de la ville de Shanghai.
Entretiens avec Anne-Laure Chamboissier et Philippe Franck; Pierre Coulibeuf; Michel Fano; Lore Gablier, Dean Inkster et Jean-Jacques Palix; Jérôme Poret.
A l’occasion de sa quatrième exposition collective, qui aura lieu du 22 juin au 3 juillet, la Taverne met à disposition de chaque artiste retenu une pièce allant de 7 à 12m2 ou un espace afin qu’ils y réalise une performance, une installation, une oeuvre InSitu... autour du mot “SOLSTICE” .
Talents Tokyo, aka TT 2016, looks for budding Filmmakers or Producers from East Asia and Southeast Asia* to attend a professional development programme in Tokyo November 21-26.
Talents Tokyo 2016 is organized by Tokyo Metropolitan Government; Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture); the Japan Foundation Asia Center; Talents Tokyo Organizing Committee (TOKYO FILMeX).
The event will take place at the Yurakucho Asahi Hall in Tokyo from November 21 to 26, 2016.
During the 17th TOKYO FILMeX held in November 2016, the 7th edition of the filmmaker development project “Talents Tokyo 2016″ will be conducted under the supervision of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), the Japan Foundation Asia Center and the Talents Tokyo Organizing Committee (TOKYO FILMeX), in cooperation with Berlinale Talents.
In these 6 editions, almost 100 talented young Filmmakers and Producers from more than 10 Asian countries/region have participated in previous editions of this event.
We look forward to receiving the entries from young Filmmakers/Producers in the making.
Outline of Talents Tokyo 2015 programme: Bringing together 15 upcoming promising filmmakers and producers, film experts at the forefront of cinema will share their experiences through lectures.
Each participant will have the benefit of presenting his/her own project. Four experts and local industry professionals will analyze each project on its various aspects, such as directing, producing and investment viability. This talents aims to inspire promising filmmakers to develop their voices and become the “Next Masters”.
This is an open call for independent curators working in North America to submit proposals for a group exhibition in the fall of 2016. We are looking for curators with a unique vision who are interested in creating a cross-cultural dialogue by featuring emerging, contemporary artists in their area. The ...
UN[dis]CRIMINATE Located in courtyards of the Unstitute - inbetween spaces, between other structures, temporary or otherwise - is a network of diverse encampments serving any number of uses; political or otherwise. In these digital encampments you can see the building of a new archive: UN[dis]CRIMINATE [theunstitute.org] ...
we provide Space and time to new upcoming or Emerging artists to reflect their art form while at this residency…Any art or creative ideas are welcome.we value and respect other peoples cultures and traditions.
we are inviting any artist to send in any IDEA OR IDEAS.
Then we shall curate the idea to allow and allow it to Grow.
THIS BRAND NEW ART HOUSE ON THE EAST RAND BOKSBURG JOHANNESBURG.SOUTH AFRICA-30 minutes from the main city.its quite and inspirational place to be…..send your email for inquiry to….firstname.lastname@example.org
for more more….time is against you so hurry.we can only accomodate-4 international artists per month.
INT’L CALL TO ARTISTS | RSA Open Exhibition Online Registration deadline – Wednesday 1 June 2016 @ 5pm Entry Fee – £10 per work or £18 for two works. £6 Concession. Further £10 admin fee if your work is hung in the exhibition. 16 July to 30 August 2016, RSA Lower Galleries Drawing from artists across the [&hellip