New podcast: Sigalit Landau talks about her work and about the methodology she uses to develop her personal vision of the world. She also discusses the inherent contradictions and connections between biography, territory and politics in her work, and analyses the role of art as the language that can account for this convergence.
Sigalit Landau was born in Jerusalem in 1969 and studied in a bilingual and multicultural environment in the Israel, the UK and the US, but without ever losing sight of the Judea Desert and the Dead Sea. After several years spent studying dance and a period of military service, she began her artistic career, mainly focusing on sculpture. Her first works were exhibited at the Witte de With in Rotterdam, Herzliya Museum in Tel Aviv, Documenta in Kassel and the Venice Biennale, among others. Since the late nineties, Landau has reinterpreted her sculptural work through the use of the body in performances and videos. She works recursively with symbols, images and narratives as therapeutic forms of the wounds provoked by her historical, personal and cultural identity.
Timeline 1:29 The shifting 2:52 The relationship between video and sculpture 4:05 Biographical background 6:07 Memory and childhood 7:28 Contradictions 10:20 Barbed hula or nest 12:23 Working on the Dead Sea 15:27 Art and politics 16:39 Artist vs researcher 17:50 Influences 18:34 International reception 19:21 A bridge between borders
$10,000 in Cash Prizes - Dave Bown Projects - 10th Semiannual Competition Deadline: 6 June 2015 Application fee: $40
Jurors: Claire C. Carter, Curator of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art; Carmen Hermo, Assistant Curator for Collections, Guggenheim Museum, New York; Anna Stothart, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, San Antonio Museum of Art
In addition to the cash prizes listed above; Dave Bown Projects will be buying works of art from artists as submissions are received.
Selection Process: Early entries are encouraged. Previewing will occur on a daily and weekly basis by Dave Bown Projects as submissions are received.
Artists, curators, writers and researchers working in various visual arts mediums are encouraged to apply with a project proposal for the residency.
What About Art? international artists residency was launched in 2013 with the aim to facilitate and support art practice. One of the few art residencies in Mumbai, India, the residency provides individual studio space, accommodation, professional networking opportunities and an intellectually stimulating environment for dialogue on visual arts practices for artists and curators. In addition, the residency organises artist talks and open studios.
4 spacious studios are situated in the heart of Mumbai in Bandra, a vibrant neighbourhood, not far from the art district where galleries, museums and art spaces are located. The studios are located in a quiet lane above the WAA office and video lab and are close to the building where accommodation is provided.
– Administration and preparatory research
– Orientation to the city
– 4 studios (20-25 sq mt each) available 24 hours, Internet, shared kitchen
– Accommodation (2 bedrooms) in a flat 5 mins from the studio
– Basic support for production and technical assistance
– Networking opportunities with the art community
– Open studio and artist talk at WAA Project Space
For application to the residency please send the following documents by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post.
2) Short description of the project
3) Portfolio with 20 images in case of artist; written material in case of curator/researcher
Please write to email@example.com for more details.
Open Space is pleased to announce the Sixth Annual Publications & Multiples Fair (PMF VI) on March 28th and 29th, 2015. This annual event is a celebration and survey of artist publications, prints, and objects produced in multiple, with related lectures and programs. Last year’s fair featured over over 80 independent publishers, galleries, and artists from Baltimore and across the country. We hope to showcase even more amazing work at the fair this March, in a great new location here in Baltimore- The Baltimore Design School. Join us for the weekend!
Molissa Fenley and Company (Christiana Axelsen, Rebecca Chaleff, and Molissa Fenley) performs three phenomenal works in the museum—Dance an Impossible Space (2013), On the Other Ocean (2000), and Entrance (2014)
Molissa Fenley founded her dance company in 1977 and has created over 80 dance works during her continuing career. Her work has been presented throughout the United States, South America, Europe, Australia, India, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore, Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Molissa is a Guggenheim Fellow, a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome, a Fellow of the Bogliasco Foundation, a recipient of two Asian Cultural Council residencies in Japan, and a Master Artist of the Atlantic Center for the Arts. She is Danforth Professor of Dance at Mills College in Oakland, California in residence during the spring semesters only.
Emerging Artist 2015: Call for Entry Ceramics Monthly May 2015 Issue Deadline for Submissions: February 17, 2015 (arrival) The May 2015 issue of Ceramics Monthly will feature work by emerging clay artists. All ceramic artists, both US and international, who have been actively pursuing a career in ceramics for less than 10 years are eligtible [&hellip
Thematic Call: The Natural & The Manufactured Exhibition & Residency Klondike Institute of Art & Culture Deadline: February 15, 2015 * new deadline The Natural & The Manufactured is conceived as an ongoing, annual research project to involve visual, media and interdisciplinary artists, curators, art historians, writers and cultural thinkers through residencies, exhibitions, lectures, essays [&hellip
2015 marks the 7th annual White Rabbit, a residency and festival that encourages artists to push the boundaries of their practice collaboratively and individually in response to the unique Bay of Fundy landscape. In addition to our annual call for residency participants, we are seeking proposals from professional artists for a new program called the Ballast Projects (see separate post on this site, or visit our website).
The theme for White Rabbit 2015 is BIGGER/smaller. This theme was chosen for its range of interpretation and for its ability to connect with the landscape, each other and to the core of each individual practice. BIGGER/smaller is a tool to grow, shape and transform; to gauge the magnitude of discoveries, the subtlety of aspirations, the absurdity/importance of the fantastic and the limits of our contemporary paradigms.
The theme alludes to Alice’s experience in Wonderland, her willingness to grow (or shrink as the case may be) and the myth of the White Rabbit. Acts, operations and questions of bigger and smaller evoke curiosity, the pursuit of ideas, shifting of perspectives and departures into new frontiers. Like the White Rabbit itself, the residency is first and foremost an invitation.
When adopting a theme, a locus of thought is established. The work need not conform rigidly to this theme. Indeed, the relationship can be a leap of the imagination where we have to work to understand how and why it conforms. Alternatively, the association can be more literal or interpretive. In any case, the theme is there and a relationship to the theme is required.
WHITE RABBIT: OPEN AIR ARTS RESIDENCY // August 7th – 16th
White Rabbit is a 10-day artist residency in which emerging and established artists set up camp at the beautiful Red Clay Farm to practice, create and collaborate. The residency culminates in a public festival for the performance and exhibition of individual and collaborative works that have emerged over the course of the week.
The residency is an immersive outdoor experience. We encourage artists from a broad range of disciplines (textiles, dance, theatre, ceramics, paint, poetry, philosophy, words, audio, documentary, film, performance, music, you-name-it!) to push the boundaries of their practice, and work together to create the environment that is formed collaboratively and individually in response to the unique landscape. In addition to working on individual projects, residents have opportunities to participate in peer-to-peer learning, workshops, presentations, and collaborative projects.
When: Aug 7th – Aug 16th
Where: Red Clay Farm, Upper Economy, Nova Scotia
Fee: $365. Bursaries available pending confirmation of funding.
The 10-day residency includes workshops and presentations by senior artists, field trips, use of site facilities, all meals, and accommodation (camping or lofts). White Rabbit seeks to achieve culinary excellence: our wine-glass-in-the-woods dining features fresh food from Red Clay Farm prepared by experienced and dedicated chefs on-site.
Interested artists should submit the following by April 1st, 2015:
1. A brief description (max 1 page) of your proposed project while at White Rabbit and how it responds to this years theme BIGGER/smaller. Please include ideas/concepts you will be exploring, materials and any tools that you will need. We encourage projects that are harmonious with the environment, therefore please specify and justify the proposed use of any unnatural materials.
2. A brief artist statement/bio including your current place of residence, previous work and media (max 1 page).
Submissions should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org (subject line: residency application 2015)
Radius is accepting submissions for our 2015 broadcast schedule. Radius accepts submissions for upcoming episodes on an ongoing basis.
Radius is an experimental radio broadcast platform based in Chicago, IL, USA.
Radius features a new project monthly with statements by artists who use radio as a primary element in their work. Radius provides artists with live and experimental formats in radio programming. The goal is to support work that engages the tonal and public spaces of the electromagnetic spectrum.
All audio works are broadcasted locally on 88.9-FM with a secondary stream online.
To be considered for review, please submit the following material:
Artist/group name Title of work Work statement Artist/group biography Audio (WAV preferred) Image (300 dpi preferred)
Submit CDs, cassettes, vinyls, and other physical formats by mail to our PO Box.
Assistant Professor, Jewelry + Metals Alberta College of Art + Design, Calgary Deadline for Applications: February 28, 2015 Tracking Code 1415-DE-FP-29 Job Description Assistant Professor, Jewelry + Metals (1415-DE-FP-29) The Alberta College of Art + Design (ACAD) is a NASAD accredited institution, committed to an academic studio-based education for students in fine art, design, craft [&hellip
ASST PROFESSOR, ARTS AND CULTURAL MANAGEMENT, MACEWAN UNIVERSITY Full Time Probationary Salary Commensurate with Experience Review of Applications will begin Feb 9, 2015 & continue until shortlisting is complete The Arts and Cultural Management (AACM) program in the Faculty of Fine Arts and Communications invites applications for a full-time probationary appointment at the rank of [&hellip
Lower East Side Printshop Studio Internship Program Summer Semester (June - August) Application deadline: March 1, 2015
Interns Aubrey D'Agnolo and Lumi Jewell
LESP is a premier non-profit New York City printmaking studio supporting contemporary artists of all career and artistic backgrounds in creation of new work. Interns are involved in all aspects of maintaining the vibrant studios. Programs include artist residencies, fine art publishing, classes, exhibitions, talks, and special events. Participating artists include some of today's most acclaimed artists.
The Printshop's internships offer opportunities to learn and hone printmaking skills, gain collaborating experience, meet exciting artists and art professionals, learn about contemporary art, get an insider's perspective on the New York City contemporary art community, and help produce new artwork that often pushes the boundaries of traditional printmaking.
Interns can receive school credit or free studio time in exchange for their donated time!
Duties include * Assisting printers with new print projects for resident artists and contract jobs * Preparing and organizing materials for classes and other programs in the studio * Assisting staff with presenting public exhibitions and other special events * Maintaining the studios and facilities * Light administrative tasks
Requirements * Basic skills or a demonstrable interest in printmaking and contemporary art * Regular attendance and commitment to the program
Hours Summer Semester (June - August), two days per week, Monday - Friday, 10am-6pm. Consecutive days are preferred, however we are willing to work around scheduling conflicts.
Application Requirements * Letter of intent explaining why an internship at the Printshop is important to you and what experience you would bring to the position. Please also state which weekdays you might be available to work. * Current resume of work experience * One letter of reference
Please email applications to email@example.com with the subject line "Internship Application," or send materials to Lower East Side Printshop, 306 West 37th St., 6th floor, New York, NY 10018
Call for Applications: Graduate Programs in Fine Arts, University of Regina. Deadline: February 15, 2015. Imagine what you could do… The University of Regina Faculty of Fine Arts offers graduate programs including MA, MMus, MFA and Special Case PhD degrees in Interdisciplinary Studies, Film, Music and Visual Arts, as well as Special Case MA and [&hellip
Call for Submissions: CONTACT 918: The Dark Room 4.0 A crowd-sourced, group exhibition celebrating alternative process and analog photography in the digital age. Submission Deadline: Friday March 13, 2015, 5 pm EST Submission form and requirements available at: www.918bathurst.com 918 Bathurst Centre for Culture, Arts Media and Education is seeking submissions for our fourth annual [&hellip
Blank Arcade arrives in Germany after its successful 2014 edition in Salt Lake City, Utah. Blank Arcade: Games out of Joint is more than just a sequel, mod or expansion pack. It revisits its own concept through an exhibition of experimental games and artworks that push the boundaries of game design and theory. The curators invite artists, scholars and designers to propose works that investigate and question the ‘instrumentality’ of entertainment. We are more and more surrounded by video games that propose to be more than just ‘for fun’: games for health, education, social and civic engagement and so on. But what else can games be? How can games be used for trouble-making, rather than problem-solving? How can games become environments for posing new questions about our society, beliefs, and lives in general?
Submitted works can include digital and analog games, video, intervention and traditional mediums. The curator of Blank Arcade: Games out of joint invite submissions for a showcase of games and related media to be displayed at the DiGRA conference at the Leuphana Centre for Digital Cultures, in Lüneburg, Germany, May 14-17th. The conference typically has more than 250 participants, mostly academic scholars and designers interested in the new frontiers of the study of digital games. The works will be available for play by conference attendees and the visiting public. Work may be handled and played with – please plan accordingly.
Selected works will be displayed during the DIGRA 2015 conference, August 3-6th. This showcase blends exhibition style display with the openness of arcades. Work may be handled and played with – please plan accordingly. Visitors will be allowed to play the work in whatever context is appropriate. The conference typically has more than 250 participants from a variety of academic disciplines in games.
Submitters may elect to have their work shown on a video reel displayed in parallel to the exhibit.
Exhibiting: Exhibitors and artists must provide any technology or materials needed to present the work. Because of budget restrictions, agreements about shipping costs will be made with the selected applicants. Board games, card games, and toys are welcome as well as digital works. Artists will be responsible for setting up their own work. Submitters may elect to have their work shown on a video reel displayed in parallel to the exhibit. Exhibitors may also be invited to participate in an Artist/Designer panel at the conference.
The games and play experiences that most appropriately meet the shows theme and venue will be selected.
About DiGRA: Founded in 2003, DiGRA is the premiere international association for academics and professionals who research digital games and associated phenomena. It encourages high-quality research on games, and promotes collaboration and dissemination of work by its members. It’s Executive Board is made up of a variety of international scholars. DiGRA 2015 is being hosted at Leuphana University Lüneburg by the Centre for Digital Cultures, Gamification Lab and Art and Civic Media. The event will be held on May 14th-17th in Lüneburg, Germany.
Art Exhibition / Symposium / Publication in October 2015
Co-directed and co-curated: Profs. Colleen K. Ludwig and Vagner M. Whitehead, Department of Art and Art History, Oakland University
Stimulus – Response – Affect is an exhibition, symposium and publication on contemporary new media art explorations hosted by Oakland University in Metro Detroit. We seek artworks and papers addressing the theme, which could take many forms including, but not limited to, generative, sensory and interactive work, social-political activism, participatory and performance works, feedback loops or games. Specifically, we want to invite practitioners operating throughout a broadly-defined, bi-national multi-state, Greater Lakes Region.
The exhibition will take place at the Oakland University Art Gallery in October 2015. It will open during the symposium, which will take place on campus. All artworks and articles selected will be featured in the printed catalog. Artists selected will also be invited to present their work during the symposium.
Selected participants must confirm availability. All selected participants will receive complimentary symposium registration for themselves and two students.
Submission Requirements: Artwork for this exhibition must have been created in the past three years .
Artwork submissions should include: - Project description (300-600 words) - resume, including institutional affiliation - Images/media links on PDF or URL of current or past related projects - Technical specifications, dimensions, and shipping needs
Writing submissions should include: - Abstract (300-600 words) - resume, including institutional affiliation - writing samples of new media - related articles and/or video documentation of previous oral presentation
Deadline for submissions: March 16, 2015, 11:59pm ET
Assessor Nomination Form: 2015 Granting Programs Calgary Arts Development is seeking arts sector peers and community members to serve as assessors for our 2015 granting programs. You may nominate yourself or another individual. By completing the nomination form, you are certifying that the nominee is aware of his or her nomination and has agreed to [&hellip
Nida Art Colony of the Vilnius Academy of Arts (NAC) welcomes proposals from emerging and experienced artists, designers, architects, curators and art researchers/writers/philosophers for its upcoming remote residencies on the Baltic Sea coast in...
OUST Magazine - OPEN CALL for photographic work + creative text Deadline for submissions: 23rd February 2015 Submission fee: None
Oust magazine is a new arts and culture publication which will be published in print three times annually. Oust will showcase international talent through a series of experimental publications. Each issue will be curated around a word and invites all photographers, artists and filmmakers to submit photographic work for consideration. Oust will give focus to literature along with the visual arts and invites writers to submit essays, stories and other forms of creative text.
The first issue will be based on the word 'deception'. This can be interpreted socially, politically, conceptually, or purely through artistic forms. The word is open for dialogue and yields no ultimate definition.
For image submissions please send 1-5 photographs along with a short statement. For article submissions please send 500-1000 words. Short stories, fragments of poetry, and all other forms of creative text are welcome to apply. There is no word count.
Please send all submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Oust is a not-for-profit, advertisement free publication. Each issue will act as a handheld exhibition and will be distributed in arts and cultural institutions internationally. Selected artists will receive a copy of the issue, along with showcasing their work on our website. Oust will give invaluable exposure to international talent and will open a new space for dialogue between artistic practices.
28th INSTANTS VIDEO (November 2015)
6/11: International encounters
6/29: Exhibition of video and digital installations
You expected me virgin. I expected you not to be a dumbass.
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
The festival Les Instants Vidéo is an event dedicated to media arts (video and digital). Every year, we present an international selection of video arts, one channel, installations, performances, experimental documentaries, … and open spaces of time for different forms of encounters.
The title for this year festival (not definitive) is You expected me virgin. I expected you not to be a dumbass.
1) We are prisoners of the image we have of the other (the foreigner, the poor, the opposite sex, the other sexuality, the revolutionary, the poet…).
2) We are free each time we refuse to be kept in the dream of the other (fascist, racist, sexist, moraliser, religious…).
3) The time has come for images to migrate, as well as for us so as to escape from stereotypes which make us monsters.
Artists don’t have to follow the lines above. Be sure we will watch your work with attention, being aware that electronic poetry is fragile, delicate : a quivering…
We will inform you about the place and date of screening of your work by october 2015.
Title of the work :
Genre: (Vidéo art/documentary/Installation/Performance)
Synopsis in English (and French if possible): (800 characters maximum)
Date of production:
Sound: Stereo – Mono – No sound
Color: Black and white
The completed entry form represents the candidate’s consent to the rules and regulations below.
Art. 1- We ask no fees for the festival registration.
Art. 2 – Videos must be submitted for selection before June 12th , 2015 and sent:
– on a DVD, Blu-ray, by mail.
– through the Internet with wetransfer.com…
– via a File Transfer Protocol server (FTP) for heavier files.
– on a USB device with a stamped and addressed return envelope.
Art. 3 – Each entry must include (in French and English when necessary):
+ the art work + the registration form + two pictures (Tiff, png or Jpeg, 300 dpi) of the work for communication purpose.
– Each video and file must be labelled as followed:
First name NAME of the artist (Country)/ Title (lengh, year)
Art. 4 -The artist give up their rights during the Festival. The entrances are free for all.
Art. 5 – Videos or media excerpts might be used for the promotion of the festival (catalogue, newspaper, Internet, TV…).
Art. 6 – Every work selected will enter the Instants Vidéo digital archives unless otherwise clearly stated in the submission form. They will also enter a database which will be net-accessible.
Art. 7 – Every work might be used in cultural events in France or abroad, with the artist’s previous agreement. No commercial use will be made.
Contacts Les Instants Vidéo Numériques et poétiques
Friche la Belle de Mai – 41 rue Jobin -13003 Marseille – France
+ 33 (0)4 95 04 96 24 email@example.com-
International event supported by The Ministry of Culture (DRAC PACA), The Regional Council (PACA), the General Council of Les Bouches-du-Rhône, The City of Marseille.
écoles élémentaires de Romainville
Rémunération selon diplôme
MISSION Nous recherchons un(e) étudiant(e) OU un médiateur/médiatrice vacataire pour animer des Ateliers de découverte de l’histoire de l’art pendant les activités périscolaires, dans différentes écoles élémentaires de Romainville, les lundis, mardis, jeudis et vendredis, de 15h30 à 17h00, à partir du 2 mars et jusqu’à la fin de l’année scolaire. Apprendre à regarder, décrire et analyser une œuvre, partir à la découverte de son histoire, tel est le but des ateliers de découverte de l’histoire de l’art. Ce sont des temps de rencontre, d’échange et de partage où la parole est largement donnée aux enfants. Ceux-ci sont en groupe, variant de 8 à 15 enfants, et âgés de 6 à 11 ans.
ENTREPRISE L'entreprise est la Mairie de Romainville et les ateliers ont lieu dans le cadre des activités périscolaires mises en place depuis septembre 2013. Donc, il s'agit de travailler dans des écoles élémentaires.
Festival International Photoreporter be-and-art.com La 4ème édition du Festival International Photoreporter en Baie de Saint-Brieuc lance son appel à projets. Toujours dans cette volonté de produire des photoreportages qui montrent le monde dans sa diversité, aucune thématique n’est imposée aux candidats. Le Directeur Artistique de cette nouvelle édition du festival Photoreporter en Baie de Saint-Brieuc est Marc Prüst, consultant photographique et spécialiste du storytelling photographique. [ 250 more words. ]
CALL: International Festival Photoreporter be-and-art.com The fourth edition of the International Festival Photoreporter in the Baie of Saint Brieuc launches its call for applications. The festival continues its desire to help produce photo documentaries that show our world in its diversity, hence applicants are completely free to choose their thematic. The artistic director of the coming edition of the Photoreporter festival in the Baie of Saint Brieuc is Marc Prüst, photography consultant and specialist in photographic storytelling. [ 247 more words. ]
New Century Art Foundation (China) > Grants Founded by art collector Wang Bing in early 2014, New Century Art Foundation (NCAF) aims to study and promote Chinese contemporary art. Beyond providing funding for innovative exhibitions / projects in China, NCAF initiates in 2015 a new grant to help Chinese artists to participate in residencies abroad. Check the details. Trans ArtistsInstitut Confucius des Pays de la Loire d'AngersChina Residenciesculture360.org
Call for Papers 2015 - Ludomusicology www.ludomusicology.org 9–10 April 2015, University of Utrecht Learning from Video Game Music The Ludomusicology research group will be hosting a two day conference on video game audio to take place on the 9th and 10th of April, 2015 at Utrecht University. We are seeking proposals for papers on the topic of video game musi…
Edinburgh College of Art Research residencies in art writing Application deadline: February 9, 2015, 5pm GMT Edinburgh College of Art The University of Edinburgh 74 Lauriston Place Edinburgh EH3 9DF Scotland www.eca.ed.ac.uk Applications are invited for two research residencies in art writing. The residencies are supported by the School of Art and Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, [&hellip
Call for Residency Applications NIDA Art Colony, Baltic Coast Deadline for applications: February 15, 2015 for residencies between June, 2015 and May, 2016 Nida Art Colony of the Vilnius Academy of Arts (NAC) welcomes proposals from emerging and experienced artists, designers, architects, curators and art researchers/writers/philosophers for its upcoming remote residencies on the Baltic Sea [&hellip
Ende Tymes V is the 5th annual festival for NOISE and VIDEO ART in outer NYC. This year it will be held from May 13-17 at multiple venues in Brooklyn and Queens
Submissions of video art are requested for screening at Outpost on May 17, 2015.
The theme is "sound vision" - sound as an integral component of the conceptual / thematic / technical video material. Single-channel works with time lengths of 2-15min are recommended. Radical and deep aesthetics are encouraged.
Please consider these simple requests: - You may submit only 1 video for consideration, please do not send more than 1 proposal, and do not send multiple emails. - Please send streaming links (YouTube, Vimeo preferred), not downloads. - Make sure that the video will be available for viewing after the deadline - we will likely not watch any videos until after the deadline has passed, so make sure the links will not expire. - Trust that we will be in touch if interested.
Deadline April 1, 2015
Email your link with a short artist bio, contact info, and screening history of the work to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please write this in the subject: ENDE TYMES V video submission [your name here]
Announcements will be made by April 22. Final screening copies will be due by May 1 - uploads preferred. Screenings will be May 17 at Outpost Artists Resources.
Digital America is now accepting submissions for Issue No. 5.
We are looking for critical essays, film, digital artwork, design, and process pieces that question, analyze, and/or hack the tools of digital culture. We are also interested in work that explores how new behaviors and new, global networks of power and influence are shaping American life. We encourage creative responses to these parameters as we understand the complexities of engaging “America” in a global, networked world.
The Long-Term Residency (September 1st, 2015 – July 31st, 2016) is ideal for committed individuals in transition from post bac. studies to graduate school, as well as those pursuing the development of professional artistic careers. Self-directed ceramic artists searching for the time, space and resources needed to explore ideas and create new work will enjoy [&hellip
KIARRA ALBINA – Leaf House OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday January 31, 2015 from 7-11pm EXHIBITION RUNS: January 31, 2015 – April 26, 2015 Leaf House explores, through various forms of mark-making and assemblage, intersections between nature, gender and sexuality. Artist Bio: Calgary-born artist, Kiarra Albina, works within and between the disciplines of drawing, painting, traditional animation, bookmaking, [&hellip
10th Biennial International Miniature Print Exhibition 2015 Deadline for Entries: March 14, 2015 (postmark) Exhibition Dates: June 7 to August 30, 2015 Opening Reception: Sunday, June 7, 2015 2 to 5 pm About the Competition: The Center for Contemporary Printmaking is delighted to announce the 10th Biennial International Miniature Print Competition and Exhibition. This juried [&hellip
If you are a young and talented photographer under 30 years of age seeking to push your career to the next level, enter our Gen NEXT contest and stand the chance to win a broncolor sponsorship. This includes broncolor gear worth $24,000. Make sure to read the Terms & Conditions and subscribe to our newsletter [&hellip
GENERAL CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS WORKERS ARTS & HERITAGE CENTRE www.wahc-museum.ca DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: MARCH 16, 2015 The Workers Arts & Heritage Centre invites artists, arts collectives and curators to submit proposals for our main gallery exhibition space for the year 2016 and beyond. Proposals should be organized around broad themes of social justice, stories of [&hellip
OPEN CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS, Gateway to Downtown New Westminster Gateway to Downtown New Westminster City of New Westminster Submission Deadline: March 6, 2015 Budget: $75,000 Municipal Context New Westminster is seeing tremendous transformation and growth in its downtown area, marked by new residential developments, businesses, the City’s newly opened Anvil Centre, renewed waterfront with [&hellip
The Link Art Center is proud to announce 6PM Your Local Time Europe, a huge distributed art event that on the evening of July 22, 2015 will involve museums, institutions, galleries and artists from all over Europe, coordinated by the Link Art Center from a temporary office installed in the fascinating location provided by the Castle of Brescia, Italy.
6PM YOUR LOCAL TIME (6PM YLT) is a networked, distributed, one night contemporary art event taking place simultaneously in different locations, coordinated from one central venue and documented online via a web application. After a beta test successfully organized in the United Kingdom in October 2014, the format will show its full potential on July 22, when 200+ participants from 4 different time zones will open their exhibit at the same time, documenting them in real time on the web platform 6pmyourlocaltime.com, the event’s primary venue. Curated by Fabio Paris, the event will be orchestrated by a team of collaborators from a temporary office installed in the fascinating location provided by the Castle of Brescia, where the flow of images and videos from all over Europe will be displayed in front of the audience of the MusicalZOO Festival, the local partner of the event.
Along the upcoming months, the Link Art Center will work on sending out invitations and on finalizing the list of participants. The staff will be available to evaluate proposals from institutions, galleries and artists interested in the event, and to reply questions and requests unanswered by the information already available on the website 6pmyourlocaltime.com.
6PM Your Local Time is a format by the Link Art Center, developed in collaboration with Abandon Normal Devices (AND), Manchester and Gummy Industries, Brescia. The project is part of Masters & Servers. Networked Culture in the Post-Digital Age, a joint project by Aksioma (SI), Drugo more (HR), Abandon Normal Devices (UK), Link Art Center (IT) and d-i-n-a / The Influencers (ES) that was recently awarded with a Creative Europe 2014 – 2020 grant. For 24 months from now, Masters & Servers will explore networked culture in the post-digital age.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
The event 6PM Your Local Time Europe is done in collaboration with Gummy Industries and the festival MusicalZOO, and with the support of Comune di Brescia, Fondazione Brescia Musei and Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Brescia.
GENERAL CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS WORKERS ARTS & HERITAGE CENTRE www.wahc-museum.ca DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: MARCH 16, 2015 The Workers Arts & Heritage Centre invites artists, arts collectives and curators to submit proposals for our main gallery exhibition space for the year 2016 and beyond. Proposals should be organized around broad themes of social justice, stories of working peoples [&hellip
I-Park Foundation, Inc.'s no cost, multi-disciplinary residency welcomes artists working in: visual arts, creative writing, music composition/sound art, architecture, moving image and landscape/ecological design. Bright studios, chef prepared dinners, bonfires, an outdoor shower and floating living room included. Deadline: Feb 2
International Open Call for Northwest Watercolor Society Northwest Watercolor Society is accepting submissions for their 75th Annual International Open Exhibition to be held at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center, 800 Convention Place, Seattle, Washington 98101from July 1 – September 30, 2015. Extended Entry deadline, March 7, 2015 ,6 pm In honor of their 75th year, NWWS will host [&hellip
Jarvis Hall Fine Art, Calgary presents Larissa Tiggelers and Tyler Los-Jones Jarvis Hall Fine Art will be opening the Winter/Spring season with noteworthy artists Larissa Tiggelers and Tyler Los-Jones, Larissa Tiggelers upshot opening reception / February 5 / 5-8 PM exhibition / February 5 – 28 Tyler Los-Jones being with opening reception / February 5 / 5-8 PM exhibition / February 5 – 28 [&hellip
SPECIAL APPOINTMENT SALARY RANGE: $$44,017 – $70,265 The Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Program Director for Performing Arts within its Division of Tourism, Film...
The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition (OVAC) seeks a dynamic, proactive Associate Director. A 26 year-old nonprofit organization, OVAC helps artists across the state realize their potential through education, exposure and funding.
SPECIAL APPOINTMENT SALARY RANGE: $$44,017 – $70,265 The Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Program Director for Performing Arts within its Division of Tourism, Film...
Job Description – MEDIA ARTS Center San Diego Youth Media & Tech Camp Coordinator (part time non-exempt employee, 25 hours per week) General Objective: Strengthen & grow Media Arts Center San Diego’s Youth Media & Tech Camps & family/youth programs...
NEW PROGRAM: The wonderful Rensing Center is preparing to launch a new program in Northern Italy. The Borseda program will offer three-week residencies for professional artists, writers, and ecologists. Applicants should be self-reliant, nature lovers looking for a secluded community in which to work. Details coming soon!
Borseda Overview | www.rensingcenter.org RENSING BORSEDA CULTURAL EXCHANGE RESIDENCY Borseda, Italy THE PROGRAM The Rensing Center’s Borseda Program offers residencies of three weeks to three months from March through October for professional artists, writers, and ecologists. Residents are provided with living and work space and given the…
Image courtsey of Maristela Colucci Call for artists: LIQUID IDENTITIES – Bangkok International experimental video-art festival Deadline: February 09, 2015 International ArtExpo is selecting all interesting video/short films to include in the next 2015 exhibition: LIQUID IDENTITIES, international experimental video-art festival which will be held in Bangkok (Thailand) at The Ferry Gallery, from the 07th to […]
On occasion of 27 January 2015, the International Holocaust Memorial Day, SFC Shoah Film Collection is releasing its annual call in order to continue the success story which started 5 years ago on 27 January 2010 - commemorating the 65th liberation of the Concentration Camp of Auschwitz, when this unique media art and peace initiative was laucnhed in the context of “Draft Title: Shoah” - [dts.engad.org] and “A Virtual Memorial Foundation” - [www.a-virtual-memorial.org]
This media art and peace initiative by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne, media artist and curator from Cologne (artvideoKOELN international, Cologne International videoart Festival) is addressed to young generations of artists and filmmakers to deal with the topic of Shoah and collective trauma caused by totalitarianism by using new (audiovisual) technologies and contemporary approaches in order to keep vivid the memory of the collective trauma by senstizing people via art. During the past years, a collection of 70 outstanding art film and videos by artists from 15 countries developed, from the experiment to the documentary.
In order to make the videos available to a wider public, Wilfried Agricola de Cologne set up an experimental event structure, named: “AVMCI – A Virtual Memorial Commeorative Interventions” - [avmci.a-virtual-memorial.org] - placing Shoah Film Collection into complementary interventions like the screening, projection and installation of the videos, a symposium with an international artists meeting, lectures, exhibitions, artistic performances of different kind, artists talks, discussions ansd much more, in order to activate the artists, as well as the audience.
After pilot projects in Latvia 2012, Lithuania and Poland 2013 und Italy 2014, in 2015 the next manifestation of Shoah Film Collection is planned in Germany - A Virtual Memorial Duesselödorf 2015 in November this year.
WOOLOO.ORG - CALL FOR ARTISTS: SPACES CREATIVE PLACE-MAKING RESIDENCY IN PHILADELPHIA www.wooloo.org One part arts practice, one part social activism, SPACES is a rare opportunity to explore art-making, relationship building, and emergent strategies within the context of a community-based artist residency. Cycle 2 SPACES Visiting Artists will live at the historic Village of Arts and Humanities in…
The Literary Residence Programme ‘Tirana IN-BETWEEN 2015’ is open to welcome fiction writers, poets, literary translators, essayists, playwrights and screenplay writers from Southeast Europe (Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Kosovo, Bosnia&Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia, Bulgaria and Romania). Deadline: 15 February. Let's play cultureEuropean Cultural Foundation
The Mariposa County Arts Council and the Mariposa County Office of Education are excited to announce a they are piloting a new program, Artists in the Schools, that taps art’s academic and social potential. As the program’s name implies, trained teaching artists will be placed all of Mariposa County’s 5th grade classrooms for 8-week residencies. These artists have worked with their respective classroom teachers to develop an arts infused, standards-aligned curriculum that teaches art in concert with at least one other academic subject (mathematics, science, and English Language Arts). The residencies provide in-depth, hands-on visual arts and music experiences that develop students’ critical thinking and creative problem solving skills while challenging students to transfer knowledge across traditional subject areas boundaries.
The Faena Prize for the Arts aims to foster artistic experimentation, to encourage crossover between expressions and disciplines, and to promote exploration of the infinite links between art, technology, and design. Deadline: 30 January.
Date limite du dépôt du dossier
05 Fév 2015
Deux projets sont proposés par cet appel, les candidats peuvent répondre à un des projets ou aux deux projets qui s'inscriront résolument dans une perspective de définition de l'art comme une expérience interactive à vivre et contextualisée.
Date limite du dépôt du dossier
26 Fév 2015
L’Académie de France à Rome ouvre le concours de sélection des pensionnaires 2015/2016, qui seront accueillis en résidence à la Villa Médicis à partir de septembre prochain pour une période de 12 ou 18 mois. Le concours s’adresse aux artistes et chercheurs de toute nationalité, parlant français et âgés de plus de 20 ans et de moins de 45 ans au 31 décembre 2015. _