Deadline Oct. 31, 2015 Residency, Exhibition, Online Exhibition, Competition, Publication Activism, Architecture, Conceptual, Curating, Design, Digita... Independent and flexible 4 week programme with a structured outcome. MiXER urges dialogue and exchange of ideas and should be seen as an opportunity to try out different types of working processes, with a focus on experimental research and discussion.
The festival invites theater creators and other artists whose lives’ center is in Austria, Germany or Switzerland to submit productions and projects to be presented during the Festival in Düsseldorf, Köln or Mülheim/Ruhr. Deadline: 15 November.
Dans le cadre de la politique de démocratisation de la culture et de l'accès à la culture du ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, la direction régionale des affaires culturelles (DRAC) d'Île-de-France, service déconcentré du ministère placé sous l'autorité du préfet de région, lance un appel à projets annuel visant à développer des projets culturels et artistiques exemplaires et innovants à destination des populations des quartiers prioritaires de la politique de la ville.
Fine Arts Work Center Fellowships/Residencies Deadlines: December 1 for Writing Fellowships, Feb 1 for Visual Arts Fellowships annually OVERVIEW Each year, the deadline for the Writing Fellowship applications is December 1, and the deadline for The Visual Arts Fellowship applications is February 1. The Fine Arts Work Center offers a unique residency for writers and [&hellip
The second annual international Awards for Art Criticism – IAAC – are open to candidates of any age from anywhere in the world, writing in Chinese or English about any contemporary art exhibition held between 20 September 2014 and 20 September 2015.
The International Awards of Art Criticism (IAAC) will be hosted by an International Board, adjudicated by and international jury and organised by the Shanghai 21st Century Minsheng Art Museum (M21), in partnership with the Royal College of Art, London. The principal sponsor is the China Minsheng Banking Corporation Ltd (CMBC). The International Awards for Art Criticism aim to support independent critical coverage of contemporary art, away from the immediate pressures of the market, media and private patronage. They seek to stimulate good writing, critical thinking, dialogue and research in China, the UK and wider afield.
The objectivity of the selection process is underpinned, both by the recognised professionalism of the Chinese and English-speaking jury members and by the strict anonymity of the judging process. The Awards will be hosted by an International Board adjudicated by international jury members such as Dr.Marek Bartelik , Catherine David, Dieter von Graffenried , Li Pi and Lee Yongwoo .
The First Prize will consist of a cash award of 6,000 Euros and a short-term residency in Shanghai. The two Second Prizes – one each, for an essay in Chinese or English – will consist of a cash award of 2,000 Euros.
” The mobile technology helps us to have our love ones always and everywhere at hand… but, somewhere down the line in spite of these nationwide mass-connections, we loosed our feeling for the other. Our relationships are turning to became plastic and distillate, a sort of virtual illusion that does not require direct eye-to-eye confrontation.”
DO YOU HAVE ENOUGH COURAGE TO WORK COLLABORATIVELY?
MiXER is a cross-disciplinary collaboration experiment or as we call it “a playground” where artists from diverse art disciplines and cultural backgrounds are encouraged to engage, share methodologies and inspire each other. With the task of working in pairs artists are given the opportunity to regenerate their creative dynamism, exchange and develop new ideas; experiment with no fear of failure and thus assess their own artistic processes – learning valuable insights from other art forms.
An independent and flexible 4 week programme with a structured outcome. The selected artists are paired up to work collaboratively on a new body of work. Furthermore their task is to assemble an ARTISTS’ BOOK covering the leading aspects of their collaboration.
MiXER urges dialogue and interchange of ideas and should be seen as an opportunity to try out different types of working processes. With a focus on experimental research and discussion we hope to foster an innovative interplay in the working manner of creative thinkers and art professionals, which may have an inter-disciplinary character.
The residency ends with a PUBLIC PRESENTATION of the completed project. The designed ARTIST’S BOOK is published. (each participant will receive 20 copies)
The Drake University Department of Art and Design seeks a practicing studio artist for a 9-month tenure-track Assistant Professor of Art and Design position in the School of Fine Arts beginning Fall 2016. This position will contribute to a department that is committed to a cross-disciplinary approach to the study and practice of art, design, and art history.
Position: A successful candidate will be a multi-disciplinary artist whose creative activities include the integration of digital media and studio art. The candidate should have a broad knowledge of contemporary art practices and their creative application to visual communication. The candidate will be expected to assist the department in the continued development of a curriculum that engages students in exploratory practices in the arts. Salary is competitive with peer schools and commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Responsibilities: Teach 3 studio classes each semester with an interest and ability to instruct and to contribute to the revising of the foundations program as well as teaching upper-level courses in the Department of Art and Design. Engage in professional practice, research, and activities related to the discipline. Provide student academic advising and contribute to curriculum development as well as service to the department, university and community.
Qualifications: M.F.A. in a visual art discipline required. Experience teaching at the university level required. The candidate should demonstrate an understanding of multiple technical and conceptual approaches to art or design studio activities.
Drake University is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO) dedicated to building a culturally diverse and pluralistic community committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from all qualified applicants.
All applicants must apply on-line through Hire Touch at [https:]] . Submit letter of application, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, list of references with contact information, a digital portfolio (PDF preferred) with examples of personal work and examples of students' work if applicable. Email inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. NO email submissions. Formal review of applications begins November 16, 2015. To be assured of full consideration applications should be completed by this date. Position is open until filled.
For further information on the Department of Art & Design, see [www.drake.edu] . Information about Drake University's work environment, employee benefits, faculty development opportunities, and the greater Des Moines area can be accessed at [www.drake.edu] .
The International Awards of Art Criticism (IAAC) will be hosted by an International Board, adjudicated by and international jury and organised by the Shanghai 21st Century Minsheng Art Museum (M21), in partnership with the Royal College of Art, London. The principal sponsor is the China Minsheng Banking Corporation Ltd (CMBC). The International Awards for Art Criticism aim to support independent critical coverage of contemporary art, away from the immediate pressures of the market, media and private patronage.they seek to stimulate good writing, critical thinking, dialogue and research, initially in the Chinese and English languages.
The objectivity of the selection process is underpinned, both by the recognised professionalism of the Chinese and English-speaking jury members and by the strict anonymity of the judging process. The Awards will be hosted by an International Board adjudicated by international jury members, including Dr.Marek Bartelik , Catherine David, Dieter von Graffenried , Li Pi and Lee Yongwoo .
The First Prize will consist of a cash award of 6,000 euro and a short-term residency in Shanghai. The two Second Prizes – one each, for an essay in Chinese or English – will each consist of a cash award of 2,000 euro.
Performative situations in public space: The research and action group
Mentor:Omer Krieger When: 16 Nov / 20 Nov, 2015 Deadline for application submission: 26.10.2015 Where: Cittadellarte, Biella Language: English
The module will commence with the formation of a group out of several individuals. We will discuss and research together which groups act in public space and we will train to become one, or more. We will become a group of people moving together, building common performance structures, self-design of shared behavior, as moments and building blocks of a public choreography that can serve to manifest, attack, defend, protest, relate to other people, create conflict and pleasure, violence and beauty, reality and fiction.
Using video, photos and other documents, and, most importantly, the participants’ own experience and physical knowledge, we will work in the studio and move on to outdoor public spaces, creating formations of power, resistance, friendship, solidarity. We will walk in town and study it together: reading and analyzing public choreography, the performance of the state, modes of civic behavior, performances of power, order and danger.
We will choose a public site to relate to, or invent one, and develop a public ceremony, a performative situation to activate and celebrate it, following research of commemorative actions and new rituals for sites of past and present conflict, in relation to architecture, politics, public sculpture, urban space, and involving questions of pilgrimage, assembly, collective progression, spatial tensions, the performance of mythos and ethos.
MENTOR BIOGRAPHY AND STATEMENT
Omer Krieger is an artist and curator who composes performative actions, political situations, forms of assembly and civic choreographies in public spaces. Krieger studies the public experience and the performance of the state, and is interested in the relations between art, citizenship, politics and action. Co-founder of the performative research body Public Movement, Krieger has served for the last four years as artistic director of Under the Mountain: New Public Art Festival, as part of the Jerusalem Season of Culture.
Participation fee: 570.00 € Including accomodation and half-board
The Artist Studio Program was launched in 2000 in response to the crisis of available of affordable space for artists living and working in New York City. The program provides six eligible artists working in all visual arts media a free private studio space accessible 24/7 and a $5,000 fellowship (dependent on funding). The program runs for an eleven-month period from June to May. The studios are located on the lower level of our building at 92 Plymouth Street in Dumbo, Brooklyn and range in size from 250 to 300 square feet. The program does not provide living space.
Artists also have access to shared facilities that include: a state-of-the-art digital production lab, including a set of 27″ iMac workstations professionally configured for video and graphics editing, calibrated video monitors, a 3D-capable HD projector, surround-sound monitor speakers, flatbed scanners, a wide-format photo printer, a color laser printer and wireless internet access; a fabrication shop including table saw, grinder, drill press, welding equipment, and hand tools; and a shared kitchen/lounge area. Our staff is on-hand to provide technical support and to respond to the studio needs of our resident artists.
Artists who are accepted into the program must be prepared to actively use their studio a minimum of 50 hours a month or they will lose it. Not all studios have windows. Artists will not be permitted to choose their studio. Please also note that due to the possibility of flooding in our basement studios, we strongly recommend that artists keep anything valuable off the floor at all times; therefore artists accustomed to working on the floor should think carefully about whether our studios will meet their needs.
Each year, Smack Mellon convenes a panel of arts professionals to select the artists from over 700 applicants. A group of finalists who are not selected for the Studio Program are featured on our Hot Picks page for one year.
Open Studios and Studio Visitors
Smack Mellon hosts two Open Studio events annually, as well as sponsored visits from curators, critics and gallerists, which provide significant exposure and invaluable career building opportunities. Please see the list below of studio visitors.
The North-Western Branch of the National Centre for Contemporary Arts offers a residence fellowship for national and international artists in Kronstadt twice a year in the form of an open competition.
Goal: the fellowship aims to strengthen international relations in the field of culture and art, promote contemporary art in Russia and support contemporary art projects.
NCCA invites artists working in different media: photography, video art, performance, installation, easel painting and graphics, sculpture, public-art and landscape projects.
Terms: a professional artist is awarded a residency for one month or less, free transfer from the airport/railway station and back. Foreign citizens will receive an official invitation for visa. NCCA does not cover visa and transportation costs, food, working materials, long-distance telephone calls or any other expenses related to the residency and public presentation of the works. Language spoken in the residence is English. NCCA does not provide interpreters for communication outside the Residence.
Application: We accept applications (files in Word format) from artists or artistic groups by email: residence(at)ncca-spb.ru (in English or Russian). The applications will be reviewed by the NCCA Residence Board of Experts. The decision of the Board is final and is not subject to review. The applicants will be informed about the results by email no later than November 30, 2015.
Application form, residency rules and “Frequently Asked Questions” document are free to download here: [www.ncca.ru]
NCCA Art Residence in Kronstadt is located in the very center of Kronstadt, in the park, near the main landmark of the town – the Naval Cathedral, in a two-storeyed house. In the closest proximity there are old shipyards and sailing workshops, drawbridges, docks, sluices, channels etc. The town’s unique historical and cultural landscape makes it particularly attractive for those who are interested in public art and landscape art projects, as well as do social research.
The Residence structure includes: on the 1st floor – two bedrooms, a studio and a bathroom, on the ground floor – a studio, a living room and a kitchen. The Residence meets all European standards of living. Today up to two people can use the facility simultaneously, given they agree to share the kitchen and bathrooms.
About 20 residents work annually at the Art Residence in Kronstadt. In 2013 – 2014, 46 artists from Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Slovenia, the South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK and the USA worked at the Art Residence in Kronstadt. Fifteen projects by the artists, who worked in the Art Residence in 2013, were presented at the “Kronstadt stories” exhibition at the State Museum of the History of St. Petersburg in the Peter and Paul Fortress in February, 2014. After the exhibition selected works were donated to the Museum of the History of Kronstadt.
Lycée professionnel Mont Châtelet de Varzy
Date limite du dépôt du dossier
23 Nov 2015
11500 euros de rénumération et 2500 euros pour la production, le transport et les déplacements
Pour la septième année consécutive, le Parc Saint Léger organise une résidence d’artiste au lycée Mont Châtelet de Varzy, dans la section ferronnerie d’art. Emilie Perrotto, Martin Lord, Olivier Sévère, Giuliana Zefferi et Loïc Pantaly se sont successivement installés au lycée, où leurs pratiques sont venues tout à la fois enrichir et perturber la pratique traditionnelle des ferronniers.
- les dossiers doivent être envoyés par mail à email@example.com - la date limite de réception des dossiers est fixée au lundi 23 novembre 2015 inclus - les résultats seront donnés par mail le jeudi 3 décembre 2015
École Supérieure d'Arts Appliqués de Bourgogne - ÉSAAB
Date limite du dépôt du dossier
02 Nov 2015
1500 euros de rénumération et 2000 euros de production
Après avoir accueilli Aude Pariset et Ève Chabanon, le Parc Saint Léger et l'ÉSAAB organisent une nouvelle résidence avec les étudiants de la section Design de Produits.
- les dossiers doivent être envoyés par mail à firstname.lastname@example.org - la date limite de réception des dossiers est fixée au lundi 2 novembre 2015 inclus - les résultats seront donnés par mail le mardi 10 novembre 2015
Deadline Oct. 28, 2015 Exhibition, Forum/Seminar, Publication, Other Activism, Conceptual, Design, Drawing, Mixed Media, Other, P... Open Graphic Project with Exhibitions and Talks around the topic of FUN
L'édition de catalogues d'exposition, de livres d'art ou d'artistes est incontournable pour la mémoire des activités d'une structure culturelle. Connaître la chaîne éditoriale, identifier les interlocuteurs concernés et anticiper les délais sont les acquis nécessaires au développement efficace d'un projet d'édition. Cette formation permet d'aborder le processus d'édition imprimée dans sa globalité : de sa phase de conception, à sa réalisation jusqu'à sa diffusion.
Pour la 4ème année Rue des Arts renouvelle la proposition d'exposition dédiée aux très petits formats (10x10 cm). Cette année nous vous offrons la possibilité d'exposer en 2 lieux :
- Galerie du Philosophe au Carla-Bayle en Ariège du 12 décembre 2015 au 21 février - Ancien Evêché à Sarlat-la-Canéda en Dordogne du 18 décembre 2015 au 3 janvier 2016 pour l'exposition des Hivernales.
Deadline Oct. 28, 2015 Exhibition, Forum/Seminar, Curatorial Proposal, Publication, Other Activism, Conceptual, Curating, Design, Drawing, Mixed Media... Open Graphic Project with Exhibitions and Talks around the topic of FUN
Deadline Jan. 08, 2016 Biennial/Festival Performance, Biennials/Festivals Applications open for Washington, DC's Capital Fringe Festival, July 7 - 24, 2016. The Festival is an unjuried, self-producing performing arts Festival, providing opportunities to artists to present their work in a facilitated Festival environment. Artists receive 50 - 70% of ticket revenue.
Deadline Nov. 05, 2015 Exhibition, Competition Digital, Film, Installation, Sound, Video, Exhibitions, Comp... Open call for short (under 10 minutes), single-channel video works to be included in a screening held in conjunction with Bridgeport Art Trail in Bridgeport CT.
Deadline: 5pm 30 October, 2015. Applications are invited from artists connected to or based in County Roscommon to realise a project/exhibition in the Roscommon Arts Centre gallery in Spring 2016. The selected artist will be supported with a...
Founded in 2009 in Puebla, Arquetopia is an award-winning, Mexican official nonprofit foundation run entirely by artists. It has since grown to include the premier artist residency program of Mexico and Latin America, with extensive collaborative networks in Puebla and Oaxaca. Our resident artists have come from dozens of countries on six continents, and many have returned multiple times. Arquetopia’s programs promote development and social transformation through contemporary art with a nontraditional, culturally diverse and multidisciplinary approach. Our Artist-in-Residence Programs offer competitive professional opportunities for emerging and mid-career, national and international artists, designers, curators, art historians, art educators, writers, journalists, culinary professionals, and cultural researchers age 25 and over.
Arquetopia and Arquetopia Oaxaca are currently welcoming applications for the following residencies in 2016:
1. SELF-DIRECTED ARTIST RESIDENCIES 2016 ART, DESIGN, OR PHOTOGRAPHY PRODUCTION PUEBLA or OAXACA Self-directed terms of 4 to 12 weeks, creating in the majestic city of Puebla or the peaceful countryside of Oaxaca. MORE INFO
2. ART EDUCATORS SPECIAL ARTIST RESIDENCY 2016 PUEBLA or OAXACA Terms of 4 weeks, working at prominent museums, schools, or art centers with diverse groups of students from 6 to 18 years old in the majestic city of Puebla or the peaceful countryside of Oaxaca. MORE INFO
3. ART HISTORY OR CULTURAL RESEARCH RESIDENCY 2016 PUEBLA Self-directed terms of 3 to 8 weeks, exploring the magnificent southern Mexico's unique archives and resources from pre-Hispanic to contemporary, in the majestic city of Puebla. MORE INFO
4. MEXICAN CERAMICS SPECIAL ARTIST RESIDENCY 2016 PUEBLA Self-directed terms of 6 to 12 weeks in the majestic city of Puebla. Residents produce work at a prominent ceramics factory studio in Puebla's central historic district, working alongside the factory's artists. MORE INFO
5. MEXICAN CULINARY ARTS INSTRUCTIONAL ARTIST RESIDENCY 2016 PUEBLA Terms of 4 weeks with master instruction at our culinary partner restaurant by a prominent local chef in several diverse traditional and contemporary Mexican techniques using local ingredients and resources in majestic Puebla. MORE INFO
6. GOLD LEAFING AND ANTIQUE ART TECHNIQUES INSTRUCTIONAL ARTIST RESIDENCY 2016 PUEBLA Terms of 3 weeks with master instruction in various art techniques, with time for independent production, at a prominent art museum in Puebla's majestic central historic district. Extendable for up to 12 weeks as a self-directed Art Production Residency. MORE INFO
7. NATURAL PIGMENTS INSTRUCTIONAL ARTIST RESIDENCY 2016 OAXACA Terms of 3 weeks in with master instruction in making and using various natural pigments, with time for independent production, in the peaceful countryside of Oaxaca. Extendable for up to 12 weeks as a self-directed Art Production Residency. MORE INFO
8. PRINTMAKING SPECIAL ARTIST RESIDENCY 2016 PUEBLA Self-directed terms of 4 to 12 weeks in the majestic city of Puebla. Residents produce work at a prominent printmaking museum and studio in Puebla's central historic district, working alongside the museum's artists. MORE INFO
9. MEXICAN TEXTILES INSTRUCTIONAL ARTIST RESIDENCY 2016 OAXACA Terms of 3 weeks with master instruction in traditional back-strap weaving or in embroidery, with time for independent production, in the peaceful countryside of Oaxaca. Extendable for up to 12 weeks as a self-directed Art Production Residency. MORE INFO
10. WRITERS RESIDENCY 2016 OAXACA Self-directed terms of 3 to 8 weeks in the peaceful countryside of Oaxaca. MORE INFO
Arquetopia is not a rental space but a full array of programs with substantial content. In contrast to vacation property rentals, tourist resorts, B&B’s, and sublets advertised as quasi art centers, both Arquetopia and Arquetopia Oaxaca have always been spaces exclusively for productive art professionals, writers, and researchers and include structured programs; a network of collaborative workspaces, institutions, and studios; and project support.
Arquetopia is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our diverse local and international community. Arquetopia's resident artist and staff backgrounds vary in all aspects. As part of Arquetopia’s mission is to promote diversity, Arquetopia actively fights discrimination by offering access to its programs and activities without regard to race, color, gender or gender expression, national origin, age, religion, creed, or sexual orientation.
We are riding the crest of a revolutionary epic: from the historic referendum against austerity in Greece to #BlackLivesMatter and the Fight for $15. In his new book, Wages of Rebellion, Chris Hedges—who has long chronicled the malaise of a society in moral decline — investigates what social and psychological factors cause revolution, rebellion, and resistance.
In what will be a timely and thought-provoking conversation, Cornel West will engage Hedges’ on his message that popular uprisings in the United States and around the world are inevitable in the face of environmental destruction and wealth polarization and together discuss the moral imperative of revolt. With Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and acclaimed author Chris Hedges and public intellectual, academic and activist Cornel West.
Sponsored by The Nation Institute and The New School.
The New School's Center for Public Scholarship presents the seventh in our Public Voices series. This panel will discuss the ways in which higher education is evolving and the challenges it is facing. We will address the role of adjuncts, rising costs, income inequality, the efficacy of the virtual classroom, and more. Crippling student loan debt, quantifying the unquantifiable, inequality, MOOCs.
What does the future hold for higher education? Join us and find out.
DAVID BROMWICH, Sterling Professor of English, Yale University. Author of The Intellectual Life of Edmund Burke:From Sublime and Beautiful to American Independence (2014), and "Trapped in the Virtual Classroom" New York Review of Books, (June 2015)
ANDREW DELBANCO, Alexander Hamilton Professor of American Studies, Columbia University. Author of College: What it Was, Is, and Should Be. (2015)
RICHARD KAHLENBERG, Senior Fellow, Century Foundation. Editor of The Future of Affirmative Action: New Paths to Higher Education Diversity after Fisher v. University of Texas (2014)
MARINA WARNER, Professor of English and Creative Writing, Birkbeck, University of London. Author of Once Upon a Time: A Short History of Fairy Tale (2014) and "Diary: Why I Quit" London Review of Books (September 2014)
Moderator: KENNETH PREWITT, Carnegie Professor of Public Affairs, School of International and Public Affair, Columbia University
Open call for the selection of 8 projects to be developed in a collaborative prototyping workshop from December 2 to 16, 2015 in Madrid (Spain). This activity is part of the Objects in Common project in collaboration with Constant vzw (Brussels).
The Interactive?’15 open call, which is part of the Objets in Common project, aims to take a look at all of the questions, disciplines and perspectives associated with the manufacturing of objects through a collaborative, interdisciplinary production workshop and a seminar devoted to theoretical reflection.
We invite you to propose and share your prototypes for the manufacturing of daily objects, i.e. objects we view as necessary, which allow us to operate, which we can hold on to, which sustain us and make us part of our present era.
Sierra Nevada College’s new Low-Residency MFA Interdisciplinary Arts program consists of two intensive, ten-day on-campus residencies during summer and winter sessions over the course of 2.5 years. During the fall and spring semesters, students will work in their home studios and continue relationships with faculty mentors and fellow colleagues via online communication modes such as email exchange, online seminars, blog contributions and other social media. Faculty for the MFA-IA program will include a rotating list of prestigious visiting artist faculty, made up of working artists and teachers from across the country as well as current members of the SNC-Fine Arts faculty.
Studying in Lake Tahoe allows access to the vast desert landscapes in Nevada and areas of the West, including important precedents in Land Art history, such as Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty, resources like those created by the Center For Land Use Interpretation, and the Center for Art + Environment, and outsider art like the Thunder Mountain Monument.
The Lake Tahoe area is in close proximity to the urban centers of Reno, San Francisco, Oakland, and the larger Bay Area.
Residency periods of immersion in this landscape offer inspiration for program participants to create objects and projects which use aspects of their physical surroundings as lynchpins for new ideas. Inviting students to take the time to focus on this specific place as a jumping-off point for thinking through “Place” in general, literally and philosophically, is one of the program’s goals. Whether your practice includes fine art object making, performance, film or video, or some combination of these, we invite you to conduct your experiments and research here. The MFA-IA is designed to sponsor critical dialogue and conversation that touches on art forms across fields of study.
The MFA-IA at SNC offers students the opportunity to take advantage of the natural resources of our environment as well as the intellectual resources of the visiting faculty, who come from across the country with many fields of expertise to share. Ultimately, we see that the combination of the natural landscape of Lake Tahoe combined with intense periods of study promotes a ripe environment for the generation of rich, thought provoking work.
* Sierra Nevada College’s MFA-IA program is accredited through the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
Residency Period/ Number of Creators:
(1) From the beginning of May, 2016 to the end of July, 2016
(2) From the beginning of September, 2016 to the end of November, 2016
(3) From the beginning of January, 2017 to the end of March, 2017
[Number of Creators (tentative)]
2 creators for each period/ 6 creators in total are to be selected.
This program is aimed at those creators:
-who are willing to explore new creative activities.
-who practice in any of the following cultural/ artistic fields: visual art, architecture, design, curation and administration.
What TWS offers:
Self-contained single room, Shared studio, Air ticket fee, Per Diem and Artist fee/ Project fee.
-Air ticket fee: a Round ticket will be provided.
-Living cost (Per Diem): JPY 3,750 (including tax) per day.
-Artist fee / Project fee: JPY 300,000 (including tax) [www.tokyo-ws.org]
Container Artist Residency and ZIM Integrated Shipping Services are pleased to launch CONTAINER ARTIST RESIDENCY 01, the inaugural edition of a unique artist-in-residence program onboard commercial cargo ships. The residency invites visual artists from around the world to produce artworks while voyaging into the heart of international commerce. Kicking off with an open call for artists in October 2015 and the hosting of artist residencies at sea in early 2016, the project culminates in seven international exhibitions from June–December 2016. Working at the dynamic intersection of industry and culture, CONTAINER ARTIST RESIDENCY 01 seeks to forge new connections between individual practices and vast global networks.
Container Artist Residency 01 will host seven selected artists with a fully-funded trip onboard a cargo vessel on a route of their choice. Each artist will receive studio space for working and accommodation in the ship’s cabins for up to three weeks, in addition to an honorarium, return travel allowance, and production budget. The artists are expected to explore their practice within this exceptional environment, with the aim of producing artworks that will be shown in a traveling exhibition. This exhibition will premiere in June 2016 in Tel Aviv, Israel, and will subsequently be presented in six additional cities around the world
Deadline Oct. 30, 2015 Residency, Forum/Seminar, Other Conceptual, Other, Project Organizing, Residencies, Forums/S... Are you ready for a creative game? Ryan Griffith, the artist in residence of halka art project invites you to bring together the clues of a fictional puzzle. 30th October 2015 Friday, 19:00, at halka art/ gallery! halka art/ gallery: Caferağa mah. Bademaltı sok. No: 24/1 Moda Kadıköy
Founded in 2003, the LES Studio Program underscores AAI’s belief that the arts and individual artists are essential elements of the culture, history and future of the Lower East Side community. Artists of all disciplines – painting, photography, sculpture, video, installation, new media – are considered for fully-funded studio space to produce new work and make use of resources needed to support their creative practice. The residency offers 24-hour studio access, the opportunity to present work to curators and critics through AAI-organized studio visits, a curated exhibition at Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space and exposure to a broadened general audience during bi-annual Open Studios. Working within the Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural and Educational Center, a large multi-purpose studio building, residency participants will also have the opportunity to engage with other building artists, some new to the neighborhood and others having worked in the LES for several decades.
Since 2011, Artists Alliance Inc (AAI) has partnered with Residency Unlimited (RU) as part of our Art (Inter)Actions program, which focuses on fostering collaborations with peer institutions and the community. RU supplements AAI’s considerable support with studio visits, networking opportunities and additional resources for AAI artists during their residency. We are proud to expand this partnership in 2014 by inviting RU’s international artists-in-residence to share the AAI studio space. We hope that this shared space will provide an informal collaborative working environment that will give artists from both organizations the chance to gain new insights into his or her work.
Since founding the LES Studio Program, we have helped foster the practice of dozens of artists who have proceeded to establish successful artistic careers, most notably Martin Basher, Sonia Blesofsky, Amy Chan, Blane De St. Croix, Mike Estabrook, Chitra Ganesh, Jeffrey Gibson, Kent Henricksen, Olek, Rune Olsen, and Mary Ting. We are proud of these accomplishments and are delighted to be in a position to offer this opportunity once again, particularly in an area where access to studio space is severely limited or unaffordable.
LES Studio Program participants are selected based on artistic rigor, his/her statement of intent and an expressed interest to work within the Lower East Side. Applications are solicited through an Open Call. Each applicant pool is reviewed by an independent and diverse selection panel composed of artists, curators, arts professionals and past residents of the program.
The EFA Studio Program was created to provide affordable studio space within a community of artists, facilitate career development, and promote public and critical exposure for our members. Members of the studio program are professional artists with a developed studio practice. Our members create work in wide range of media and artistic sensibilities creating a vibrant and diverse community of peers.
Membership is available to artists through an application and selection process. Members receive a private studio for a period of up to two years that is subsidized at below market cost. Membership renewal is possible after two years through a reapplication process.
CALL FOR ARTISTS > ARTEVISIONE 2016
Deadline: 11 dicembre 2015
Notification to the authors: December, 17 2015
Where: Careof, Milano
When: workshop: January 2016, residences: February-October, 2016
This call is only addressed to Italian artists. Please access here the call in Italian.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS > CHRYSALIS LENSES
Deadline: October 16th, 2015
Notification to the authors: not available
When: November – December 2015
Where: Marylyn and Chuck Klaus Center for the Arts (Marymount California University)
The Marymount California University Marylyn & Chuck Klaus Center for the Arts seeks video art submissions for group show titled “Chrysalis Lenses: A Brief Survey of Contemporary Video Art.” Each artist may submit multiple works. The submitted work(s) must be no longer than 10 minutes maximum length. Works submitted must have been created within the last five years. Through this show, we are interested in seeing the visual responses, in order to find out if past and present continue to intersect or not.
We invite the artists to consider questions surrounding the current state of video art, like how has video art changed in the last 40 to 50 years? How is it different? How is it different from video made for television, cinema, and broadcast? How do mass media, cinema, and contemporary video art influence each other? Vice versa? How does video work meant to be exhibited in art galleries, separate itself from all other forms of video?
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IS an artistic creation centre in Johannesburg inner city.we provide accommodations,artistic creation spaces, production support or presentation facilities for creative individuals or visiting international artists.
we ask for tangible outcomes eg exhibitions, a community project,presentation,a workshop or a collabo or just work-in-progress.at the end of the Residency
School of Machines, Making & Make-Believe has an open call for applicants for our November programme in Berlin. Fab instructors include Nicholas Felton (Feltron Report!), Stefanie Posavec (Dear Data!), Miriam Quick (data researcher working w/Information is Beautiful & Wired UK) plus studio tours and talks with many other wonderful designers, and data analysts.
If you want to work better and more creatively with data sets, check it out! Applications accepted until Sunday, 11th October.
Depuis 2010, le concours Les Entre-lacs s'inscrit dans le contexte suivant :
- Une sensibilisation à l'art contemporain - La rencontre entre le citoyen et l'artiste, dans un espace public - Villeneuve d'Ascq, technopole verte - Partenariat transfrontalier avec « art/terre » de Comines Warneton (B)
The core Fellowship program offers six, eight, and eleven week residential fellowships to Artists, Scholars, and Leading Thinkers: Scholars and thinkers in arts and humanities should be working in French and Francophone cultures, including cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region; Artists, in all disciplines, who are the primary creators of new work. Deadline: 8 December.
Center Stage Korea (CSK) initiated and organized by Korea Arts Management Service (KAMS), is an international grant program for international presenters to present Korean performing arts on the stage.
Center Stage Korea partners with presenters, performing arts centers, theatres and other staging Korea performing arts programs. It is dedicated to enriching the cultural lives of audiences all over the world by introducing the diversity of Korean performing arts.
Who can apply
International performing arts organizations (festival, venue, and network)
▪ Any project that invites Korean artists/groups with appropriate conditions (performance fee, accommodation, per-diem, etc.)
▪ The project must occur and finish between March 2016 and January 2017
ⅱ. Eligible project
1) A single festival or venue presenting a Korea Focus program
Korea focus program
1. A program featuring multiple Korean performing artists and groups
2. A program featuring Korean performing groups in an opening or closing performance
It is highly recommended that the Korea focus program includes an additional program, such as workshop, forum, press meeting, or reception to focus on Korean performing arts.
2) A tour arrangement featuring one or more Korean performing artists/groups with partner organizations in several venues
3) A tour arrangement featuring one or more Korean performing artists/groups by members of a partnered cooperative network (EFWMF)
apexart Unsolicited Proposal Program Submissions Now Being Accepted Deadline: October 31, 2015 From October 1 - 31, apexart is accepting submissions for its Unsolicited Proposal Program, which realizes 3 exhibitions in apexart's NYC space each year.
Arteles Creative Residency Program 2016 in Finland 1-2 month residencies in June-October 2016 at Arteles Creative Center, Hämeenkyrö Finland Deadline for applications: 30th October 2015 Welcome to one of the largest, liveliest and most...
Pollen accueille des plasticiens de toutes nationalités et leur permet de réaliser un projet spécifique ou de poursuivre une recherche personnelle.
Toutes les candidatures sont examinées.
Pollen est une plate-forme d'échange et un lieu d'expérimentation propice à l'accomplissement et l'approfondissement d'un travail.
L'association met à la disposition des artistes un atelier individuel et un logement équipé et leur verse une allocation globale de 3600 € durant le séjour.
Deux temps de résidences sont proposés à deux artistes sur la même période : de mi-septembre à mi-décembre et de mi-février à mi-mai.
Pollen propose un "terrain d'essai" et un accompagnement susceptibles de nourrir le travail et la démarche des artistes. C'est un programme singulier, qui ne pose pas l'exposition réalisée en fin de séjour comme un objectif, mais comme un outil. C'est une expérience nourrie de contacts avec d'autres artistes, le public, des scolaires, des opérateurs culturels...
The Japan Foundation Asia Center announces a call for applications to a Curators’ Workshop from November to December 2015 in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. It is a programme aimed at enhancing expertise in curating contemporary art and related platforms. Deadline: 30 October (for Malaysia and the Philippines).
The Delfina Foundation is interested in exploring complex and urgent issues such as farmers’ rights and developments in biotechnological food sciences; ‘fair trade’ and food sovereignty; and consumer choice, from food fads to major collective movements such as the Organic and Slow Food movements. Deadline: 16 October.
Ce livre revient sur un moment crucial de l'histoire récente des expositions par le biais du dessin. Il s'est imposé comme une recherche nécessaire, alors même que ce médium fait aujourd'hui preuve d'une ubiquité inédite, jusqu'à devenir l'un des plus fréquemment montrés dans les espaces dédiés à l'art contemporain. Alors même qu'on le surprend tantôt à emprunter son format à la peinture d'histoire, tantôt son esthétique à la photographie, tantôt ses dispositifs aux grandes installations.
En association avec les cinq établissements des Chemins du Patrimoine en Finistère, l'abbaye de Bon Repos dansles Côtes-d'Armor et la Maison Pennanault à Morlaix et avec la collaboration des villes de Landerneau et Quimperlé, Arts à la Pointe inscrira, en 2016,sa manifestation dans un circuit présentant une vingtaine d'œuvres monumentales du sculpteur allemand Robert Schad. Le titre choisi pour cette exposition exceptionnelle est Ensemble.
The West Harlem Art Fund in collaboration with Pratt’s Digital Arts will present four original digital artworks with four Northern Manhattan artists in the group installation – SYNCED on Saturday, October 10th from 6-10 pm. The artists are Rafia Santana, Charlie Reynoso, Dianne Smith and Debra Swack. And this Harlem/Brooklyn collaboration is for the intervention series Under the Viaduct.
UNDER THE VIADUCT is an art & lifestyle series where folks can meet, bike, skate or dine in an open-air plaza. Situated in West Harlem on 12th Avenue and near the Hudson River, residents and fellow New Yorkers can enjoy passive recreation in the daytime and when the sun starts going down, engage in dance, digital and reflective art under the 12th Avenue Viaduct.
Portraits 2016 with Martha Schneider | INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CALL FOR ENTRIES Deadline: October 14, 2015 at Midnight MST Application fee: C4FAP MEMBERS | $24 for the three images (Non-members $38).
THEME | PORTRAITS Our annual portraits exhibition brings artists from around the globe into the spotlight. A portrait is a visual representation that portrays the likeness of a person, place, animal, or object. All capture types and photographic processes welcome.
JUROR | Martha Schneider Martha Schneider is the owner and director of Schneider Gallery, Chicago. She studied at the University of Buenos Aires (Art History – 20th century) and came to the USA in 1964. She worked for 5 years at the Photo Department of the Art Institute of Chicago. Schneider founded the Schneider Gallery in 1982 and has been exclusively showing photography since 1989. She has reviewed at FotoFest in Houston, Photolucida in Seattle, SPE in Chicago and numerous other local and national fairs. She has plans to close the gallery by the end of this year to dedicate herself to being a full time consultant and private dealer.
ABOUT THE CENTER FOR FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY Founded in 2004 by photographers, The Center for Fine Art Photography is a nonprofit 501(C)(3) photography organization. We provide support to photographic artists through exhibition, solo exhibition, promotion, portfolio reviews, publication, education and connection to a large community of other artists, curators, gallery owners and photographic professionals. Open Tues-Sat, Free.
HONORS | AWARDS All exhibiting artists are invited to the public and artist reception with Elizabeth Avedon. An international audience of collectors, curators, art consultants and other advocates of fine art photography will view the chosen artist’s work throughout the exhibition. Each participant is included in the Center’s Main Gallery exhibition in Fort Collins, Colorado and Online Gallery exhibition.
Juror’s Selection: $500.00 Director’s Selection: $250.00 Two LiveBooks Website Awards: Valued at $399 from liveBooks Honorable Mention Awards: 2-year membership and image submission to a Call for Entry at C4FAP.
In addition artists' selected for the exhibition will also receive: Promotion on The Center's large social media platforms. Professional installation images for your use. All exhibiting artists are invited to complimentary portfolio reviews, lunch and portfolio sharing on the reception weekend with Hamidah Glasgow. In-gallery and online exhibition with links to artists' websites Press releases are sent to artists' choice of media outlets.
SUBMISSION | ENTRY FEE MEMBERS | $24 for the three images. NON-MEMBERS | $38 for the first three images. ADDITIONAL IMAGES may be submitted for $8 each for members and $10 each for non-members. There is no limit to the number of images that may be submitted. Applicants signing up for membership at the time they submit will receive the automatic discounted entry fee. Note: Images selected by jurors for exhibition at the Center in the previous 12 months are NOT eligible. Images previously submitted but not yet selected for exhibition may be resubmitted.
Image Upload Guidelines All images are submitted online on our website. To submit images visit our home page, create an account or Login to your existing account to begin. Further instructions are available in the Calls for Entry Section of our website.
IMPORTANT DATES Entries Due | October 14, 2015 Notice Of Acceptance | October 30, 2015 Exhibition Dates | January 30, 2016 – February 27, 2016 Public + Artists’ Reception | February 5, 2015 6-9 pm
Eligibility: Our calls for entry are open to all photographers world wide, both amateur and professional. The Center invites photographers working in all mediums, styles and schools of thought to participate.
Exhibit Prints: In order to be included in the online gallery or to receive an award, you must provide a professionally printed and framed/mounted image for gallery exhibition. The Center recognizes that some work is non traditional and incorporates the framing as an integral part of the presentation. To encourage participation by photographers from around the world, the Center offers optional, professional, printing and framing services. Additional details will be provided upon request. Acceptance Notice: Everyone who submits will receive an email notification of which images were accepted. Accepted images will be posted on the Center’s website.
USE RIGHTS: Each artist retains all copyrights to their own images. Artist’s recognition is provided with any use. By submission for jurying, artists whose submissions are chosen for the exhibition grant The Center for Fine Art Photography the right to use their images for the purpose of promoting the artist, promoting the Center’s programs, promoting exhibitions and subsequent display on the Center’s website of current and past exhibitions. Promotions and images may also be placed on social networks for The Center for Fine Art Photography with artist credit. Artists grant the use of their image(s) as stated without further contact or compensation from the Center.