Deadline Mar. 24, 2017 Exhibition Drawing, Installation, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, P... Festival Dates: 20th May – 4th June 2017 We are looking for individuals or a group who are interested in exhibiting their works at Oxford House. Our aim is to find artists who are willing to put together a whole show. Works should be related to the theme of nature.
Deadline Mar. 12, 2017 Competition, Biennial/Festival Digital, Drawing, Installation, Mixed Media, Other, Painting... The competition is held in two sections - cartoons (in three categories) and contemporary art (in any technique and media - painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, drawing, poster, installation, video and others.
Deadline Feb. 23, 2017 Exhibition, Grant, Biennial/Festival Activism, Conceptual, Design, Digital, Film, Installation, M... Sheffield Doc/Fest and FACT are delighted offer £10,000 for an artist to create a new and exciting interactive or immersive documentary work
DRAWinternational residency programme continues to expand notions of drawing.
From the invisible to the visible and vice versa, through the consciousness of thought and action.
Join us to explore drawing methodologies, meaning and material.
Begin to see more clearly the conscious and unconscious elements of drawing as a sensate experience.
DRAWinternational offers artists the opportunity for sustained concentration in a supportive professional studio environment.
The centre is in the heart of a small medieval village, a rural community with a growing number of artists and craftspeople.
DRAWinternational is a non profit organisation that caters for creative people in pursuit of new and dynamic form, in preparation for exhibition, publication or postgraduate qualification.
The AiR programme aims to support artists in their professional practice/research and encourage creative exchange. Artists are selected on the quality of their residency proposal, it’s relevance to DRAW’s philosophy and the environment and evidence of previous artistic work.
The centre organises events (exhibitions, open workshops and seminars/presentations) to promote it’s activities and share creative experience and opportunities within the public domain.
Artists are accommodated in self catering apartments with private rooms at our recently acquired building “l’ancienne gendarmerie” and also at the centre.
The centre provides weekday evening meals for all artists and uses fresh local produce in order to create delicious menus that incorporate regional specialities.
Artists are allocated individual studio spaces to suit particular project requirements both at the “gendarmerie” and at the centre with unlimited access. Additional facilities include, flexible studio space for large scale works/installation/performance/music, technical workshop, etching press, top loading kiln and technical assistance.
DRAWinternational is an artist run, non profit organisation promoting cultural exchange in a rural environment.
Artist are required to raise their own funds, we do however, provide the necessary documentation to support applications for funding and references for future career opportunities.
The fee covers :
Private bedroom in self catering apartment with shared kitchen, bathroom, dining/sitting room and gardens.
Evening meal on weekdays
Academic support and regular discussion of work and access to relevant documentation.
Documentation of studio practice.
Daily support for artists to encourage integration within the community.
Editing and translation of written text.
Organisation and promotion of Open Studios at the end of the residency for the public.
Promotion of the artists residency via DRAWinternational’s website, radio and local newspapers.
Cultural visits including the 27,000 yr old cave drawings of Pech Merle.
Artists should have an open attitude in order to engage in new perspectives/experiences/challenges and to facilitate reflection and communication.
Artists are encouraged to integrate and build a rapport within the community to maintain the genuine interest in DRAWinternational’s activities and each artists’ particular contribution.
The zine fair at DIY Cultures is spread across four venues in Rich Mix (London, UK) and hosts over 90 exhibitors ranging from artists, illustrators, comic book makers, activists and small-press publishers.
Table space is £11 for half a 6ft trestle table.
There will be a FREE communal table for people with one-off zines to sell. No need to apply for table space, just bring your zines to the DIY desk on the day! We also welcome applications from people based outside of London and internationally.
We are looking to commission six workshops exploring different aspects of DIY culture plus some zine-based workshops. There will be a small artist/materials payment for each workshop delivered.
Examples from previous years include: rethinking mental health through hip-hop, make your own beauty products, diy couture, experimental drawing.
FILM & ANIMATION
We’re looking for films and animation to screen at DIY Cultures. Themes we’re interested in this year are post-truth knowledge, Trump, Brexit, justice, activism, mental health, shyness, introverts, unemployment, and technology art but other themes may also be submitted. Email subject must be "FILM & ANIMATION": email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, website or bio and links to your videos on youtube or vimeo.
We are looking for more GIFs to screen this year in a special dedicated installation. Themes similar to film and animation. Email submissions along with a bio and any weblinks to email@example.com with the subject "GIFs"
DEADLINE for workshops/film/animation/gifs Sunday 5th March
U.S. National Deadline: April 3, 2017 – Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, in Association with the Smithsonian Institution, announces a call for artists for its upcoming national juried exhibition. All media. Cash awards…
U.S. National Deadline: Ongoing – CERF is a national, nonprofit organization making loans and small grants to professional craftspeople experiencing career-threatening illness or crisis. Grants or loans up to $9,000…
$1000 Working Artist Purchase Award Call for Submissions Deadline - March 31, 2017 Submission fee:$25
We offer a small art purchase award to help serious artists keep working. Our award is open worldwide to all visual artists, including but not limited to those working in traditional styles, ie., painting, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, sculpture, glass, or with digital/new media, installation, photography and film/video.
Deadline Mar. 01, 2017 Schools & Classes, Forum/Seminar Activism, Conceptual, Intervention, Other, Project Organizin... “Space, Place, and the Humanities” is a three-week summer institute hosted by the Humanities Center at Northeastern University in Boston (July 24-August 11, 2017) on the newly emerging, interdisciplinary field of Geohumanities.