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Dec 12

Shuffle Project

Shuffle project provides a ground for the development of ideas from various fields (Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Literature, Music, Photography, Film or Hybrid) during a week long project based in the Gallery c/o the OT301. Each participant is invited to run one day of the week’s workshop and take part in the sessions hosted by the others during the week. On Sunday there is an Open Show presenting the work of all the artists participating during the week a 4bid.

You can propose a problem, a question or a thought that you would like to look at from different perspectives. 4bid gives you the space to experiment and use the group dynamic, develop collaborations, offers to assist you with the delivery of the workshop (or other format of sharing) helping to lead each session. During the week the timing and length of each session can be dictated by the leader of that day. We encourage a discussion and feedback sessions at end of each workshop. A catalogue will be produced at the end of each Shuffle, documenting the individual sessions and the outcomes of the week.


Dec 12

Highs&Lows evenings of performance

Highs & Lows is an evening of performances in OT301, Amsterdam. The night focuses on movement research in contemporary dance and live art, and is curated by 4bid. The idea behind H&L is to give contemporary dance, performance and live art a platform to show work that is experimental, daring, unfunded, collaborative, result of research or work in progress.

We like to encourage critical thinking alongside enjoyment of the evenings we curate.
As a member of the audience of H&L you can contribute by writing a critique, a review or a commentary on the whole evening or on a specific piece (free choice).
Each H&L welcomes one writer (professional or non) to leave us their vision either on the same night of the event or by emailing it to
Each writer will receive a Free Entrance to the following H&L event.

The monthly event hosts international artists who bring their work to the OT301 premises which accommodate the needs of each performance by showing each piece in the spaces that most suites its presentation: the studios/theatre, the gallery, in between spaces, leading the audience through different experiences during the evening.


Dec 12

BE_HACKER MiniKunstFestival


a project by 4bid



29th – VIDEO
30th – SOUND

apply by the 4th of January 2015


MiniKunstFestival is a biannual recurring project in 4bid gallery. Each edition is characterized by a different topic related to the contemporary Era. For this second edition the theme is Hacking attitude in all-possible aspects. The Festival aims to create a multidisciplinary environment where a variety of artistic practices can question each other and their relationship to contemporary art and society.


Dec 12

OPEN CALL!: The Unifiedfield Nomadic Artist In Residence Program in the Philippines.

OPEN CALL!: The Unifiedfield Nomadic Artist In Residence Program in the Philippines is now accepting applications for 15 days / 2 months residencies [The Philippines, 2015 ]:



In 2013 The Unifiedfield initiated its Nomadic Artist-in-Residence Program in The Philippines and it is planning to establish a permanent residency in Siargao island in the near future.

The Unifiedfield has also available slots in its residency space in Olango island (Cebu)and on a secret paradisiacal island in Surigao del Sur. Apply now! For more information, contact us at:

Access to The Unifiedfield’s Nomadic Artist-In-Residence program in The Philippines is open to all artists, filmmakers, musicians, writers and curators without restriction, but priority will be given to artists working on relational, site-specific, environmental, mobile and travel-based projects on the experimental and interdisciplinary fringes.

The Unifiedfield is an independent non-profit artist-run organization with no external funding. To cover the residency expenses we charge the invited artists a residency fee* The Unifiedfield can assist the artists with letters of invitation to enable to raise additional funds to cover, if needed, the residency fees as well as the artist’s production costs, living and travel expenses, etc.

* The amount will vary depending on the project / travel costs of the nomadic residency, but as an average we charge 10.000 php or 225 USD / week / person, including: accommodation, meals, transport within The Philippines, interpreter, guide, assistance in the pre-production and realization of the projects, documentation and organization of several events for diffusion of the projects). The residency fees will also contribute to the sustainability and continuation of The Unifiedfield Artist-in-Residence Program in the future since we are planning to grant local artists in our permanent residency in Siargao island next year.

The Unifiedfield will select the most interesting proposals, in terms of quality and artistic interest, from the total number of applications. For artists who apply, this is a production-based residency where The Unifiedfield will assist the participants in the development of a new project or the continuation of an existing one.

Genuinely attentive to the artists’ needs, The Unifiedfield remains flexible, and if the occasion arises where a larger space is required for a certain event, The Unifiedfield can collaborate locally and internationally with other art spaces and institutions. Eventually, if circumstances allow and under the discretion of The Unifiedfield, we can organize several other presentations for further promotion of the artists.


Interested parties please submit the following documents in a single PDF to info[at]theunifiedfield[dot]org with the subject header [TUF NOMADIC AIR Application Philippines(Name Of Applicant)] :

- your bio/cv
- artist statement
- links to your website, projects, videos, etc…
- a short text with the project proposal to be developed during the period of the art residency
- a short text explaining how you think The Unifiedfield residency program could benefit your art-practice and
what are your expectations and motivations
- preferred period for the residency (please give 3 options in order of preference)

Thank you very much in advance for your interest and we look forward to receiving your applications!


Dec 11

Soil Culture Residency Round 3

Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World (CCANW) is delighted to invite applications for the third round of its Soil Culture artist residencies. In the lead up to and coinciding with the United Nations International Year of Soils 2015 the short residencies are aimed at encouraging an exploration of the importance of soil.

Taking place across the South West of the UK and beyond the residencies will not only provide dedicated time for experimentation, research and the development of new work but also unparalleled access to facilities, expertise and working contexts.

The residencies and the touring of the resulting works are a key part of CCANW’s Soil Culture Programme, which includes a forum that took place Falmouth University in the summer and a major touring exhibition of works by established artists, which will tour in 2015.

The first 5 residencies attracted 456 applications from across the world. The selected artists so far are, Marissa Benedict (USA) working at the Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter, Karen Guthrie (UK) at Hauser & Wirth Somerset, Jonny Briggs (UK) at White Moose in Barnstaple, Debra Solomon (USA/ NL) at Schumacher College, Dartington and Anton Burdakov (UK/UA/DE) at the Eden Project. CCANW will also be helping to support residencies by Paul Chaney at Kestle Barton in Helston and Anne-Marie Culhane at the University of Exeter.

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 10 days in May 2015
This residency invites an artist to respond to two possible features of the Kew landscape - its compost and the role of soil in growing food. This residency invites an artist to make visible the crucial role that Kew’s Compost Heap has in supporting its plant-life and the process that takes place in creating compost. Coinciding with a forthcoming TV series ‘Kew on a Plate’, Kew is also interested in exploring how soil helps us grow food from a historical, scientific or horticultural perspective.
Deadline: 31 December 2014
Interview date: 22 January 2015

Daylesford Organic Farm, 10 days between February and May 2015
Daylesford is inviting an artist working in any artform and media to explore the notion of ‘terroir’, a sense of place based on the soil, and to respond to the diversity of the soils at the farm. The residency might, for example, draw on the impact of soil on rural livelihoods, artisan skills, food production and local culture.
Deadline: 11 January 2015
Interview date: 20 January 2015

Peninsula Arts, Plymouth University, 10 days between 13 April and the end of May 2015
This residency invites an artist to work with Peninsula Arts and Dr. Robert Parkinson, Associate Professor in Soil Sciences and his colleagues at the Faculty of Science and Environment to engage both students and the wider community with this research on peat. It provides an opportunity to activate the gallery as an informal learning space, encouraging student engagement and participation, and to develop knowledge of the various aspects of peat and organic soils in the context of the South West moorlands.
Deadline: 11 January 2015
Interview date: 17 February 2015

The residencies include: (please see individual briefs for specific details)
Travel budget (up to £300)
An artist fee of £1500 (£150 per day for 10 days)
Materials and production budget of £1200
Access to workspace and/ or specialist equipment and expertise
Accommodation if required
Support from staff at the host organisations and the CCANW team
Inclusion in a CCANW touring exhibition of the residency outcomes (from Spring/ Summer 2015)

The artist will:
Undertake a 10-day residency at the host organisation
Organise (with the host organisation) a half-day public participatory session (e.g. an interactive talk or workshop)
Create work or documentation (as appropriate) to be included in a touring exhibition

How to apply:

Complete APPLICATION FORM - found on our website

Please email applications to Sally Lai, Residency Coordinator at by the deadline 31 December 2014 for Kew and 11 January 2015 for Daylesford and Peninsula Arts

Short-listed artists will be invited to attend an interview at the host organisations or may be conducted on Skype.

* Please note that individual application forms should be completed for each residency but that you need only send 1 set of images and that hosts should not be contacted directly.


Dec 8

Electric Nights 2015 Open Call

Electric Nights 2015
27 hours of live experimental electronic music
April 25th-26th 2015 @Booze: Terminal Stage
An Open Call for
live experimental electronic music,
circuit bending, DIY and noise art.
Deadline: February 1st, 2015
For more info visit

Open Call Details
Since 2008 Medea Electronique has organized many different festivals focused around electronic arts. Within the twenty-seven hours of electronic arts that is the Electric Nights 2015 festival, Medea Electronique will host over twenty-seven live improvised music groups. Via an open call they invite musicians and sound artists to apply to take part in this collaborative event.
The music will range from contemporary improvised experimental music through to circuit bending, DIY and noise art. This year’s festival strongly encourages DIY practitioners to apply and participate with their own instruments and devices.
The financial setup of the festival is straightforward. The total revenue of the festival will be split into two equal amounts: 50% of the revenue will go to Medea Electronique to cover organization, promotion and production of the festival and 50% will go to the participating artists (to be split equally among all participating groups).

@Booze: Terminal Stage, Kolokotroni 57, ATHENS
Interested participants should complete the online form found at The deadline for receipt of applications is February 1st, 2015. Applications must be made using this form and not via email contact.
For further information contact Alexandros Drymonitis at For further information about Medea Electronique visit


Dec 7

Paint For Georgia


VOICE OF GEORGIA invites international artists to take part in "PAINT FOR GEORGIA" – annual international art festival in the oldest city of Mtskheta (2600 years old), Georgia.

10 international artists from 10 countries will be invited to live and work in the center of the ancient city.

All "PAINT FOR GEORGIA" participants will receive a wonderful opportunity to fully immerse themselves into the creative work process while painting on big wooden desks (1.6 m X 1.2 m) by acrylic.

The theme of the paintings is free.

Participants will have a unique opportunity to visit Georgia’s most beautiful historical places, when having 3 cultural tours organized specially for artists!

All artworks will be presents to the sponsors – famous local companies, who make biggest support for the festival!

The festival will be highly promoted on TV channels and newspapers, web and magazines!

1. Tour around Mtskheta, world’s one of the most ancient city, full with historical places and churches!

2. Tour to Tbilisi, visiting Museums and galleries, as well as walking tour around the city – Capital city of Georgia

3. Tour to Uplistsikhe, ancient (3000 years old) city in rocks, with caves and with amazing view around!

4. Walking tour to Bagineti. Nearby Mtskheta is an ancient (2000 Years old) archeological place full with the ruins of oldest palace. Amazing view to the city of Mtskheta!


May 18 – May 28 2014.

Accommodation Information:
Beautiful comfortable hotel in the center of the city.
2 artists in one room. Separate beds.

Working place:
The little calm street beyond the hotel.

Opening of the exhibition:
The main square of the city, just beyond the Cathedral church Svetitskhoveli.

The Opening will be on the day of Georgian Independence! (May 26)
The exhibition will open the Mayor of the city!
There will be hundreds of guests attending the exhibition!

Paid by Host:

3 time meals per day
3 tours to historical places of Georgia
3 banquettes during the tours
Painting materials, tools and instruments

Paid by Artist:

Hotel Expenses for 10 days: 300 Eu.

Application Guidelines and Criteria:

Please send us your letter so that we will send you application form.

Fill the application form and send us along with 5 jpg images of your artworks by email.

Applicants will be selected based on submitted art work quality.

We wish you all the best and waiting for unique meeting with you in the center of GEORGIA!
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Dec 5

Largo das Artes International Art Residency Programme in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Open call! (second half 2015)

Largo das Artes International Art Residency Programme is designed for emerging artists wishing to immerse themselves in their work without the strains of everyday life. We provide them the space to explore practices, new ideas and materials; and to develop a project in Rio de Janeiro while receiving professional feedback and support. The selected artists have the chance to live and work in Rio de Janeiro and to participate in weekly activities such as talks, meetings with curators, exhibition tours and LargoLab. Participants are also encouraged to propose talks and workshops, and to learn about Rio's art and cultural scenes.

Largo das Artes International Art Residency Programme encourages professional development, artistic exchange and international contacts. The support, networks and creative environment offered by us provide an opportunity for artists to interact, learn, research and experiment with new works, materials, and concepts.

The central aspects of our programme are:

• Studio at Largo das Artes
• Opportunity to propose workshops and talks
• Curatorial support through one-to-one meetings
• Weekly brainstorming sessions (LARGOLAB)
• Administrative and logistics support from Largo das Artes
• Open studio event at the end of the residency to introduce the visiting artist to the public


Deadline: 2 February 2015

Applications should be emailed to with the subject 'Residency Application' and the following information in a PDF file:

1. A cover letter with name, email, address, phone number and nationality, stating the month or months in which you would like to take part in the programme
2. A statement outlining your research proposal, motivation, what you expect from the residency and what you hope to achieve (300 word max)
3. Artist's statement describing your practice and areas of interest in your work (300 word max)
4. Between 10 and 20 images of recent works with dimensions, technique, title and date
5. A CV


Prospective artists in residence will be selected by a committee of artists, curators and Largo das Artes team. Creative individuals working in all fields may apply. The selection will be based on the artists' body of work, CV and research proposal for the Residency Programme. Largo das Artes will take into consideration the excellence of the proposal in relation to innovation and artistic experimentation.


English, Portuguese


1 to 3 months


EUR 2,500 (with accommodation)
EUR 1,500 (without accommodation)
EUR 500 registration fee to be paid upon acceptance + EUR 1000 / EUR 2000 to be paid prior to arrival

* Residencies can last between one and three months. Artists should state the month or months for which they are applying.

** Artists willing to take part in our programme are expected to self-fund or apply for funding to cover costs involved. We are happy to support with invitation letters. For more information about Largo das Artes, please visit our website: If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us through the following email address:


Dec 5

artist residency in Ghana August 17 - August 31, 2015

The residency is open to 10 people who are interested in cultural exchange and collaboration with African Artists, participants will live and work at our cultural center/guest house in a fishing village. Artists selected will mentor young Ghanaian artists. Artists will also be able to exhibit in a gallery in Accra, and will learn about the rich culture and traditions of Ghana.

Artist can work in but are not limited to paper, book arts, painting, collage, photography, textiles.

There is no application fee, but if accepted, the residency cost is $1800.

Includes: airport pickup, room, meals, one guided visit to Accra, participation in an exhibition in Accra, one exhibit catalog, performance by a traditional drum and dance troupe, orientation and help with logistics.

Not included: airfare and related expenses, art materials.

If interested in an application, contact

Cross Cultural Collaborative is a 501-C3 NGO that brings people from different cultures together to interact creatively and strongly believes in mentoring young Ghanaian artists.

Applications must be submitted by February 15, 2015.


Dec 4

Residencies for Artists, Writers, Creative Professionals and Researchers

The Caetani Cultural Centre offers artists and writers creative living and working spaces in a nurturing community atmosphere for self-directed residencies, providing time, support and room for creativity, at affordable rates. Please read the guidelines thoroughly before making application.

Open to emerging and established visual artists in any medium. Writers, musicians, curators, cultural researchers, musicians and performing artists are also welcome and encouraged to apply.

Self-directed residencies are of varying lengths of time, from 2 weeks to 6 months, to suit the individual needs of the applicant. Please specify the preferred time period for the residency and length of stay for project in your application form. The Self-Directed Residencies are not sponsored or themed.

Unless otherwise indicated, applicants are suggested to apply at least 3 months prior to the required time period. All applications are adjudicated by a professional adjudication panel.

Located in beautiful Vernon, British Columbia, Canada, in the heart of award-winning wine-country, with access to 3 lakes, nature preserves, wilderness, world-class skiing, award winning wineries, biking trails, an incredible lakes district and loads of cultural amenities.

C3 currently provides 3 shared accommodation spaces, 3 single accommodation suites, 6 artist studios, a shared artist workspace and seasonal programming onsite, offering a unique setting for both local and visiting artists to explore and express their creative process in the local community. As well, the Centre works with outside organizations to provide access to off-site studio spaces and equipment wherever possible.

The objective of our program is to support and attract artists to the community through providing quality residential and studio facilities, that allow artists to experiment, develop new ideas and interact with fellow artists and the community through talks, workshops and exhibitions. The programs are intended to promote professional development for the artist while giving the community access to a diverse range of arts practices, theories and experiences.


Dec 4

PORTO / Temporary Art Community / Spring 2015


Right now we still have vacancies for the Spring 2015!

DE LICEIRAS 18 is an experimental, independent project located in a residential house in Porto, Portugal recently transformed into an art space.

We seek for visual artists, designers, conceptual gardeners, experimental writers, sound hunters, performers, philosophers and (...). Ones who are enthusiastic about staying for one month or longer within an exchange based micro-art-community, learn, teach, discuss and break any preconceptions. Who are not afraid to extent barriers between private and public, live and create in the same space. Who are able to take inspiration from both possibilities and impossibilites, obstacles and miracles which creating in such an informal, experimental, no-budget and no-white-box space brings. Ones who will create an elaborated or spontaneous site-specific projects.

There are always 4 to 6 artists in the house and the cat.


The DE LICEIRAS 18 is located in a very old, two-story house in Porto, Portugal which seems to organically adapt to the form of the city itself, consisting of no perpendicular lines, with floors sloping and sounds of human and seagulls daily life entering through wooden old windows creating in the interior a constant quasimusical blend of noises. The house is situated in a very particular place, although right in the middle of a triangle created by three most central metro stations: Trindade, Aliados and Bolhão, its entrance stays hidden in a tiny bystreet, overlooked by tourists and bustling with local life. The everyday reality of the bystreet is even more curious due to a very particular combination of the house neighbors, formed by an old shoemaker's workshop, a motorcycle club and a traditional bar. The kitchen and upper toilet of the house face a brothel.

The aim is to connect with the immediate environment of the house and explore borders between private and public by living, creating and exhibiting in one and the same space. The project is addressed to artists from all disciplines who want to spend a month or more, take an active part in the transformation within a temporary interdisciplinary art collective and realize a site-specific project in the house.

You will stay in a private room that you can also use as a studio and exhibition space. You can also create and install your work in any other place within the house, including bathrooms, kitchen and corridors and use the silkscreen workshop. During the process we will collectively decide on the form and exact dates of presenting projects created within the residency.

During your stay you will be assisted with working and personal needs and introduced to local society, cultural life of Porto and other art projects.


▸ 4 private bedrooms/ateliers of approx. 20 m² each
▸ DIY silkscreen printing and cyanotype workshop
▸ Fully equipped little kitchen and dining room
▸ 2 bathrooms and one small toilet
▸ Storage room / can be used as a darkroom
▸ Wi-Fi connection

We have a little garden in the Musas community gardens that you are also welcome to use as a studio or a venue for your project.

Portuguese houses generally do not have heating system - and so does not ours. Therefore it may get quite cold in the winter. We usually deal with it just wearing very warm clothes indoor and carrying hot water bottles around but on a special request we may arrange a heater.

IMPORTANT: All the resident artists are expected to equally participate in maintaining the house clean and participate in household works.


The project has non-profit character and is artist-run and self-funded. Each participant will pay the monthly contribution of 220 euro which includes the rent, electricity, gas, water, internet, toilet paper, utensils, eco-friendly cleaning detergents, clean sheets and laundry twice per month. You will need to cover your own trip to Porto, food and materials. In case you come as a couple / friends / collective and share the same room the cost per person is 170 euro. There are opportunities of organizing fund-rising events or some cost reduction in exchange for community works.

The latest one month before coming you need to transfer via PayPal 50 euro deposit to secure your residency place. The deposit will be fully refunded on the day your residency is finished, provided you left the space and equipment tidy and complete.

There is no application fee.


We will review applications on a rolling basis so we advice you to apply as soon as possible.

Please send anything you find relevant to show your interest areas and previous works to deliceiras18 [at] Make sure you include a short text explaining your motivation to stay and work in this particular space. Optionally you can include a short description of a project you wish to realize here.

After receiving sufficient applications we will carry out Skype interviews with shortlisted candidates.

Travessa de Liceiras 18
4000-323 Porto, Portugal
deliceiras18 [at]


Nov 27

Exhibit in Barcelona

untitledBCN is a Barcelona Based arts organisation which opened in 2008 with the aim to create opportunities for emerging artists, organising cultural events and exhibitions involving artists from all around the world.
untitledCOLLECTIVES is an exhibition bringing visiting artists together with a local collective. On the first night, the individual artists will come to Barcelona, meeting each other and the local artists at a drinks reception at the gallery.

Over the next couple of days the untitledBCN team will take care of hanging the exhibition while the artists explore the city. All aspects of the exhibition are taken care of by untitledBCN, including the promotion and organization of the opening party .
The artists will also be taken on ‘A Barcelona Walk’ … the untitledBCN team provide an informal guided walk through the historic neighbourhoods of the city centre. Looking at artists from the 19th century to the modern day, and using Barcelona’s vast collection of public art as a focal point.

On the 3rd night the artists will attend their private view at untitledBCN gallery, giving them an opportunity to make new or stronger connections. The exhibition continues for 2 weeks.

We're currently looking for artists to take place in a show opening on : 7 February 2015

185€ includes:

*The drinks reception on arrival, together with a local Barcelona collective.
*Participation in a group exhibition at untitledBCN (opening Sat night)
*3 nights accommodation (Thurs – Sun) in a comfortable and well located apartment (the visiting artists sharing together)
*“A Barcelona Walk” (2hr accompanied walk on the Saturday morning)

** The reduced price of 145€ is offered for partners of artists (the pack minus the exhibition) Or for those wishing to organize their own accommodation (the pack minus the accommodation)

Applicants must apply by sending us :

*website / blog / introduction and images
*images, measurements & installation details of work you wish to exhibit
*half or full payment (50% non-refundable) to be made by the deadline set in order to secure space within the exhibition.
*Payments can be made by bank transfer or paypal


Nov 27

International Fellowship-Program for Art and Theory 2015-2016 at Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen

Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen invites visual and media artists, art critics, theorists, and curators to apply for a fellowship in 2015–2016. Candidates can apply for one semester (October 5, 2015 – February 14, 2016 or February 15, 2016 – June 26, 2016). The fellowship can be split across two semesters.
The closing date for submissions is January 30, 2015 (postmark).

With its Fellowship Program for Art and Theory, Büchsenhausen promotes internationally relevant artistic production, research, and discussion in the region of Tyrol. The program is based on the idea of generating and maintaining a context for production and discussion, in which artists and theorists can connect and reflect on international art and societal discourses in relation to local topics and issues. At the same time, it affords the opportunity for an artistic laboratory of experimentation, where new artistic practices and strategies may be tried out.

The program's aims are:
* to promote and relay a critical, socially relevant production of knowledge in art and art theory;
* to produce, through the fellowship projects, qualified discourses on art and society within the local and global contexts;
* to enable the transfer of knowledge between the field of art and other publics outside the art context;
* to facilitate the exchange between cultural producers in the visual arts and beyond (creating a network of experts).

The program combines the advantages of a residency with the possibilities of a postgraduate, non-university lectureship on the basis of an open, non-formalized structure. In terms of content, the program addresses a worldwide public made up of professionals in the fields of contemporary art, architecture, art and media theory, and criticism.

The fellows are selected by a jury of experts following an open call for applications. They come to Büchsenhausen for one or two semesters to work on realizing their proposed undertaking, and accompany this process with public events. For this purpose, Büchsenhausen offers a monthly stipend, a production budget, working spaces, free lodging, and artistic and technical advice.

The conveyance and discussion of the fellow’s own work occurs parallel to the development of the individual proposals. The public events take place in series. The focus of these series of events is determined by the respective emphases of the various fellows' works. Within the framework of this discursive format, the fellows (or their guests) can present various points in their investigations, open up their works-in-progress to critical discussion, interact with experts who they invite, work through content with the public, and/or try out new ways of working. The fellowship year ends with a group exhibition curated by the director of the Fellowship Program.

For former and current fellows and their projects please visit (Menu item "Fellows")

For the full text of the call, more information on the application procedure, financial questions, etc. please consult our website or contact us at:, phone +43 512 278627, fax -11.


Nov 26

“Animals” Wild, Domestic, Land, Air or Sea $5,757 announces a new art call “Animals” Wild, Domestic, On Land, In the Air or Under the Sea, $7,575 in Cash and Prizes. Deadline December 15, 2014 (midnight EST). The work can be created in any two-dimensional medium: painting, drawing, mixed media, photography or digital medium. The work can reflect on creatures of the land, sea and air ranging from the love one feels for a pet, the amazing diversity of life on the planet and the concern for preserving all creatures from extinction.


Nov 24

Open Call for Artists to join our Platform for Creative Souls. It is free.

Artists are invited to register and publish for free their images , video's and comments in our renewed
Platform for Creative Souls. @dooarting


Nov 24

Call for Proposals Nomadic Village 2015, May - August

Northern Italy, Cerkno/Slovenia, Northern Balkans, Sofia/Bulgaria, Austria
Deadline for applications: 30th of January 2015!

Since 2009 the Nomadic Village has been a 2 weeks annual settlement of artists on the road. In 2015 it will become a swarm of people on the move for 4 months, travelling across several European countries and stopping along the way to establish 3 different Villages. The artists on the road are invited to propose projects for the entire trip, or parts of it. They will determine their own travelling schedules and use GPS tracking devices to create spontaneous meetings on the road. The Villages are conceived as meeting points as well as production and presentation opportunities.

For 2015, all the artists in charge of projects should be equipped with mobile Internet, and will be asked to update their whereabouts daily. Participants will have to mark the good spots to stay, document them and exchange with the other artists on the road. These exchanges will create a map that will expand over the years and will be provided to the Nomadic Village participants of future editions.

The Nomadic Village is run by Captain Klaus (lead artist and founder) and tinski (directing artist) from On The Road Productions (ORP), Austria.

[Artists on the road]
Artists, researchers, activists, hackers, those who intentionally displace themselves to seek encounters that not only influence their work but form it; those who work without borders and constantly respond to situations, places and people along their journey, those who have an autonomous working and living mobile setup

2 weeks settlement for artists on the road, providing basic facilities, food and contact with the local community

You'll find the full Call for Proposals here:

Hope to see you on the road!

Captain Klaus & tinski


Nov 21


an artist couple invite international artists from all over the world to explore best seasonal events of INDIA in winter.
you will stay with us and travel to explore indian culture,cuisin,people,festivals,exhibitions etc.

we would love to hear from you.

please contact us for more info.


Nov 21

Banff Artist in Residence (BAiR) 2D Residency at The Banff Centre

Banff Artist in Residence (BAiR) 2D is a program for artists working in the mediums of analog and digital photography, alternative and historical photographic processes, drawing, printmaking, painting, paper making, weaving & fibre arts. This is an opportunity for self-directed artists to delve into the richness and diversity of studio based practices in an environment of incredible natural beauty. Artists are encouraged to explore the boundaries of these mediums and non-traditional approaches to art practice are welcome.
This BAiR program provides artists with an individual studio accessible 24-hours a day, and access to Visual Arts production facilities (subject to additional fees and availability). Knowledgeable staff are available to provide demonstrations and technical support in the use of our world-class facilities in photography, printmaking, paper making, and fibre arts.
Throughout a period of four weeks, participants will benefit from a studio visit with a guest artist or curator, public lectures by visiting artists and guests, and demonstrations in a variety of 2D production techniques. Scheduled programming is light and designed to allow for ample time to work on individual self-directed projects or collaboration with others.

Program structure and benefits:
Individual studio with 24-hour access
A community of artists working simultaneously
Studio visit by a guest artist or curator
Public lectures by visiting artists and guests
Technical assistance and demonstrations in 2D production techniques and facility usage
Access to Visual Arts production facilities (subject to additional fees)
Access to The Banff Centre Paul D. Fleck Library and Archives
Plus membership at the Sally Borden Fitness and Recreation Centre
Artist rates for Banff Centre events


Nov 21

WOOD/SODA/FIRE/BANFF at The Banff Centre

As technological changes have gradually infiltrated most aspects of modern life, both for benefit and detriment, some things remain robustly human and process-based and fast-tracking is counter-productive. In the world of ceramics, already a very time-centric occupation, wood firing remains a bastion of thoughtful, concentrated, measured activity. Go too quickly in any part of the journey and the results will underwhelm. Focusing too much on outcome without proper attention to process can lead to disappointment, if not disaster. Deep learning and satisfaction are just two of the results of such engagement - not to mention the comradery, collaborative spirit and decision making which fuel it.
This residency is an opportunity to work alongside other wood and soda fire enthusiasts; to create, share ideas, techniques and inspirations, and in turn, be inspired by the stunning surroundings of the Rocky Mountains which we will take time to discover and explore. We will fire The Banff Centre’s venerable Noborigama kiln - designed and built three decades ago -around which a host of memorable conversations, art work, challenges and celebrations have emerged and occurred.
The residency is best suited to emerging and established artists with wood and/or soda firing experience who want to push their work in new creative directions.

Program structure and benefits:
Shared studio with 24-hour access
A community of artists working together
Studio visit with faculty
Public lectures by faculty, visiting artists, and guests
Technical assistance for wood and salt kiln usage
Access to The Banff Centre Paul D. Fleck Library and Archives
Plus membership at the Sally Borden Fitness and Recreation Centre
Artist rates for Banff Centre events


Nov 21

Banff Artist in Residence (BAiR) Spring Residency at The Banff Centre

Be surrounded by a community of artistic peers, attend inspiring talks and performances by world-renowned visiting artists, and enjoy a spectacular mountain environment where you can engage or seek retreat. The Banff Artist in Residence (BAiR) program in Visual Arts provides time and space for artists, curators, and arts professionals to create, research, experiment with and develop production techniques, and cultivate new directions in their work.
Participants are provided with a studio accessible 24-hours a day, as well as use of Visual Arts' extensive facilities in printmaking, papermaking, ceramics, sculpture, photography, and digital media. Knowledgeable staff are available to provide technical support and assistance (subject to additional fees).
Residency length can vary within the prescribed program dates. All residencies must begin on a Monday and last for a minimum of 12 days. Applications for residencies outside of the program dates may be accepted at the discretion of the department.

Program benefits:
Individual studio with 24-hour access
A community of artists working simultaneously
Public lectures by visiting artists and guests
Technical assistance and demonstrations in art production techniques
Access to Visual Arts' production facilities (subject to additional fees)
Access to The Banff Centre Paul D. Fleck Library and Archives
Plus membership at the Sally Borden Fitness and Recreation Centre
Artist rates for Banff Centre events


Nov 21

Critical Art Writing Ensemble

The Banff International Curatorial Institute's Critical Art Writing Ensemble will explore art writing as an aspect of literature – exhibition catalogues can expand into short novels and stories; reviews into haikus and soliloquies that can transcend the ephemerality of quotidian journalism. Together, participants will contemplate and compose writing that will have the wetness of literature: narrative and poetic potential, emotional/political/spiritual/intellectual engagement, creative approaches to form, and highly distinctive points of view backboned by serious analysis.
There will be time for the solitude that writing requires, and regular meetings to discuss historical and contemporary works of literature and criticism that speak directly to the challenge posed above. Our readings may include texts by Jorge Luis Borges, Susan Sontag, Robert Smithson, Bruce Hainley, Chris Kraus, David Foster Wallace, Henry Miller, Dave Hickey and others.
Participants are encouraged to exchange writing and ideas among each other, and meet with the faculty to discuss their individual projects. This program is open to art writers and curators who seek poetic expression, and desire a little space and a committed community in which to work.

Program benefits:
A community of peers working together
Public lectures by faculty, visiting artists and guests
Readings and discussion groups
Access to The Banff Centre Paul D. Fleck Library and Archives
Plus membership at the Sally Borden Fitness and Recreation Centre
Artist rates for Banff Centre events


Nov 20

Requesting Submissions for Anthology on Loss

Requesting submissions for an anthology centered on dealing with loss (i.e. loss of a loved one, job, spouse, home, other) and grieving compiled by pieces of artwork, poetry, storytelling, etc. The goal of this project is not only to share different expressions and experiences of loss but to provide insight and suggestions for those walking a similar path and the individuals surrounding and supporting them.

If you have a submission that you would like to contribute, we would love opportunity to review your work. Please send all submissions to:

•Attach files as a .pdf or .jpeg
•Please provide a short biography
•Answer the following questions:
•What are the best and worst things that someone said or did for you during this period?
•What advice do you have for those going through a similar situation or experience of loss?
•What advice do you have for those surrounding the person dealing with the loss?

*We will be paying artists $50.00 for non-exclusive rights to publish their work. Artists will be notified of acceptance via email.

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Nov 19

La Bande Vidéo : Exhibition, Production Residency, Exhibition Residency

La Bande Vidéo is inviting artists working in media arts (or artists seeking to experiment with the video medium) to submit proposals for exhibitions, production residencies or exhibitions residencies. These programs are available to artists working in Canada and abroad. The selected projects will be included in La Bande Vidéo’s 2015-2016 programming.
Located in coopérative Méduse, La Bande Vidéo is a media arts center devoted to creation and research. It takes part in the development of a contemporary video culture, offers artists production and dissemination tools, and encourages them to build a reflection on their work. The center produces and exhibits mostly experimental single-channel, installations, and animated videos.

Click here to download the full information pack :


Nov 18

“Portraits” International Call For Artists by ArtAscent - Deadline December 31, 2014

| Theme:
This call theme is “Portraits” The likeness, personality and mood of a living thing, captured in image and word. What faces will you unveil?

Eligible Submissions:
Entries may include 2- and 3-dimensional media, such as paintings, drawings, photography, mixed media, installations, ceramics, jewelry and sculpture. Submissions must be the original work of the applicant(s). Open to international artists.

The Gold, Silver and Bronze artists will be featured in the ArtAscent Art & Literature Journal complete with artist profile reviews written by our art writer.From 20 to 30 artists in total will be published in ArtAscent Art & Literature Journal; showcased, along with website links, in an online exhibition on the ArtAscent website for at least two years; and, promoted on the ArtAscent Facebook and Twitter feeds.

About ArtAscent:
The mission of ArtAscent is to promote artists of images and words, and connect them with art lovers. This is accomplished by calls for artists and writers, artist profiling, art magazine publication, and artist and writer online showcasing. Each call is theme based, with the intent to showcase diverse creative explorations of that theme via various media.

Call application:


Nov 17

ARTIST CALL! Stockholm Fringe Festival 2015 are now looking for submissions!

Stockholm Fringe Festival (Stoff) are now looking for proposals from artists whose work challenges and questions conventional artistic forms to perform in Stockholm October 2015. Stoff is a festival that aims to support and promote cutting edge theatre and performance making. The festival is foremost focused on promoting artists who have not yet found their feet in the industry however we also welcome submissions from established groups/individuals who promote innovation in their artistic work.

How to be part of Stockholm Fringe Fest 2015

Stoff are welcoming applications from both groups and individuals whose work concerns and explores the possibilities of theatre, performance and installation making. We are also welcoming street, site specific performers and young people (15 – 25yr) to this year’s festival. To be considered for Stockholm Fringe Festival 2015 all applicants need to complete an online application form along with submitting linked visual proof/s of their work. Application deadline is 11 January 2015

For further information and application please go to:

Welcome to Stoffholm!


Nov 17

Open Call - Artist-in-Residence – Spring 2015

The call for the Residency hosted by AQB is open to visual artists from around the world and applies to a stay of 1 month in the facilities of Art Quarter Budapest.

The Residency covers traveling costs (max. 800 USD) as well as the studio rental fee for the selected artist. Also included in the residency program is an option for exhibition in the AQB exhibition space (depending on the artist's production), a written art review by a local art professional and a Pro Account.

The residency will take place during spring 2015, based on the selected artist's availability.

AQB provides the selected artist with:
Shared studio space (up to four artists)
Private room with shared bathroom and kitchen
Involvement in the local art network (Opening visits, studio visit by curators, etc.)

All details on how to apply are available here:


Nov 17

Kunst Kraft Werk Open Call for Exhibitions in 2016

Kunst Kraft Werk Open Call for Exhibitions in 2016
Entry Deadline: January 1, 2015
Notification by email: February 15, 2015

The Kunst Kraft Werk is pleased to announce our second open call for exhibition proposals, for the 2016 program. Qualified candidates include international and local curators, corporate and cultural institutions, museums, individual artists, group initiatives, and collectives, working in all mediums, with a preference for interdisciplinary practice. Both contemporary and art historical exhibitions are welcomed. We are especially interested in projects that are accompanied by a program of activities, artist’s talks, workshops, or lectures. The number, duration and spacing of the exhibitions are left to the discretion of the KKW, as the space is used for multiple purposes throughout the year. If the entry is a group project, one person must be chosen from that group to represent it and act as a mediator.

Our exhibition space and grounds are particularly well-suited for large scale sculpture, both outdoor and indoor, as well as installation, video projection, and performance. A module wall system allows for two-dimensional works to be shown as well, and for the interior space to be adjusted for each exhibition’s needs. Since our space is currently under renovation, it is important to state that our design objective is not a white cube, however our intention is to maintain the industrial aesthetic of the former gasworks, while encorporating a new lighting/heating/sound system, stage, storage area, restaurant, and beer garden.

The selected projects will be required to sign a contract with the KKW, agreeing to respect all the obligations inherent to his/her function and especially the specific fullfilment of the project concept. The KKW will provide their exhibition space; staffing during exhibition opening times; technical assistance for install and destall; professional graphic design, printing costs and advertisement/promotion of the exhibition and opening events; professional photographing of the exhibition; translation of texts into German; insurance of the artworks while in the KKW; administrative correspondence, support, and organization; and inclusion into the annual catalog. For the selected projects, depending on the necessities of his/her project and relation to the KKW, responsibilities may comprise of, among others: the selection and localization of the works; the supervision of the relations with the artists and loaners, and overseeing the production of works; the participation in writing press material and, where appropriate, the selection of activities surrounding the exhibition and the editorial direction of their project chapter in our annual catalog (writing at least one text in English).

The Art Director works directly with each project to apply for funding, meaning that the KKW applies for institutional funding per project both in Germany and the home countries of the participating artists. The guest curator, institution, or artists are expected to apply for funding as well. Funding each exhibition is a TEAM EFFORT between the KKW and guest project. The KKW does not pay artist/curator/writer fees. We do not pay production costs of artworks. We do not pay for any additional publications; travel and/or hotel expenses of the participants; visa application fees and customs fees. We apply for funding for all of these items, however do not take personal responsibility for them.

All work, unless indicated that it is not for sale (NFS), will be available for purchase during the exhibitions. The KKW will retain a commission on all artwork sold during the exhibition, and will provide a contract detailing the conditions/responsibilities of all parties.

How to apply:
Please fill out this automatic form. Due to the high volume of applications we now require a 10 euro Jury Fee per application. Once you hit the submit button, the Paypal donate button will appear below. When you press this donate button, you will be automatically redirected to the Paypal link. Your submission is only complete once the Jury fee has been paid. This application fee in non-refundable.

If you have questions, please contact Candace Goodrich, Art Director, Kunst Kraft Werk –


Nov 13

open call for travel-artist,researcher,art lover,poet,writer,photographer,artist ,food lovers

traveller's tale calls everyone who are interested in explore cross cultural events from INDIA.
selected candidates will share apartment with host as a paying guest and will travel around any of these destination (rajasthan,gujarat,goa,kerala,maharashtra)for close look at diverse cultural kick.and document it for their sole purpose. all the expenditure will be borne by participant during will arrange,help and guide everything regarding this programme. total 5 international candidate will be selected.

for apply send your latest cv with photo and outline of your plan.

programme date : 1st january to 25 feb 2015.

for more info plz contact at below email id


Nov 11


CALL FOR PARTICIPATION in an International Theatre Workshop in Lecce, Italy

Astràgali Teatro (Italy) is pleased to announce the launch of a Call for Participation in an International Theatre Workshop in Lecce (Italy).

The International Theatre Workshop is conducted by the artistic director of Astràgali Teatro Fabio Tolledi and by Astràgali’s trainers.
The workshop is addressed to professional actors and actresses from Italy and abroad.
It is based on theatre practices related to physical training (awareness of body in acting, fundamentals on movement, awareness of space) and to vocal training (breath, relation between movement and voice, voice in relation to a text, singing). The workshop focuses on the creative work around the text of Hélène Cixous Savoir –included in the publication Voiles- which is the text of reference of the new, upcoming production of Astràgali Teatro entitled Veli.
The workshop is held from 18th to 22nd December at Astràgali Teatro, according to the following work schedule: on 18th December from 18h to 22h. The other days 8 hours per day.
Dates: 18-22 December 2014
Venue: Astràgali Teatro, Via Giuseppe Candido, 23- Lecce (Italy)
The participation in the workshop is free.
Travel and accommodation are at the participants’ own expense.
How to Apply for the International Theatre Workshop
Applicants must submit the following documents electronically (in English, or Italian, or French) to this e-mail address by 20th November, 12 noon CET:
• An updated CV, including a phone number and email address
• A short letter of motivation (max. 400 words) specifying what you expect from the workshop
Important: Basic working knowledge of English is required. All correspondence will be per e-mail only, unless a specific request has been made to the organizers.

Deadline for Submissions
20th November 2014.
For further details please contact (in English):
Ms. Roberta Quarta
Admission Decision
All applicants will be notified of the decision a few days after the deadline, in order to allow participants to arrange their travel. If you are offered admission, you will need to accept the offer in writing.


Nov 11

Working Artist Org. / $1000 Working Art Grant / Art Purchase Award / Call for Submissions / November 30, 2014

We offer a small monthly art purchase award to help serious artists keep working. Open to all visual artists including sculptors, installation, digital, design, mixed, new media, film/video from all countries. Deadline for the $1000.00 Working Art Grant / Purchase Award is November 30, 2014.

For application guidelines please see: .


Nov 10


Do you need a little time to recharge your creative batteries?

The MAE artists' retreat invites writers and artists from any discipline to apply now for this unique experience in Portugal. Relax, create and explore in a productive and idyllic environment at our live-work multifunctional studios. The spaces are converted fishermen's garages in the centre of a peculiar fishing village literaly 1 min from the beach. MAE offers independent creative retreats which can include support, resources, facilities and other activities for the artist to connect with other artists, the region and the community.

Check more detailed info here:

Send your application to with:
-Personal Information (full name, date of birth, gender, city/country, email and C.V.);
-Sample of Previous Work (Up to 10 works and/or website);
-Statement (provide a short description of your intended project and motivation to participate in the retreat).

Please visit our website for photos and more info:

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Nov 10

Artists, writers, curators, critics call for texts and artworks

Hello, we are glad to inform you about the launch of the beta issue of ISM/OLOGY magazine for (con)temporary art and culture.

Our non-profit organization was currently occupied mainly with organizing of art events and exhibitions, but we are ready for the next step. In that order we are publishing this art and text call for our first issue. The submission is totally free, no fees apply afterwards.

Art criticism call: call for critical texts on contemporary art fairs, artworks, artists, exhibits. If the text is for an event, it must be for a recent event (2 months ago). We are looking for aspiring writers of art criticism.

Curators call: several curators will be selected upon their work and will be interviewed for the Ism/ology. You can submit your current and past projects as well as a CV and any information you find interesting.

Writers call: you can submit any kind of recent unpublished work (it may range from short stories, poetry and prose to philosophy and literature)

Philosophy: we are extremely interested in the current philosophical trends which are the actual engine of contemporary art and culture. Any texts regarding philosophy ideas and trends are most welcome.

Artists call: the opportunity is free to enter and open to emergent as well as established artists. Your submission may include any kind and any technique of contemporary art. We are especially fond of innovation. We are looking for astonishing new talents as well as established international artists.

In order to apply please send us your CV, artist statement (if artist), bio and high quality images of your artworks(artist) as well as pdf, site, links and any additional info you find suitable.

Guidelines for text submissions:
-texts should not exceed 1400 words
-only unpublished work
-4 pieces of work per submission

No entry fee.
As a non-profit organization for now we cannot offer any payment to our contributors, but the possibility to be published and to reach a broader public!
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us:


Nov 10

CALL for WORKS - Image Talks symposium and exhibition - may 2015

‘Image Talks’: an exhibition and a symposium about new ways of thinking (about) images.

Starting Date: May 7, 2015

Venues: different locations in the Hasselt (BE) area: a.o. ‘Oude gevangenis’ (campus Hasselt University), CIAP (gallery), De Mijlpaal (gallery), PBL (public library)...
Organised by FRAME (PXL-MAD---faculty & Hasselt University)

FRAME is an association of makers/researchers from the fields of graphic design, the fine arts and (interior) architecture. FRAME cherishes the value and necessity of the fragile connection between discipline and discourse: a largely uncharted territory. The FRAME symposium Image Talks wants to explore unconventional forms of knowledge that create new ways of thinking space and image. We are not only interested in works of art and architecture or in cultural theory: we also focus on the specific poetics and methods that allow a work to emerge. The artistic practice is itself a substantial part of the research, as a way of thinking in and through images and spaces.


For the exhibition ‘Image Talks’, we are looking for ‘images’ that speak out and dare to confront contemporary visual culture.
We are looking for makers, writers, artists, graphic designers, (interior) architects who use images in an inventive way to create, to think. ‘Images’ is understood here in the broadest sense of the word. We are not only interested in images that can literally be ‘framed’, like paintings, drawings, pictures, but also in sculptures, installations, interiors, buildings, landscapes, literary texts, and even metaphors and philosophical concepts.

Practical info:

--- The exhibition will be held on different locations, allowing for all kinds of spatial installations/works. It will run for a couple of weeks, depending on the location.
--- More specific arrangements will be made after the selection (February 1, 2015)

Are you interested?

We would like to receive your proposals (max. 500 words + portfolio + ‘images’) before January 15, 2015 by e-mail:



Nov 9

Artist in Residence

The works completed under this program will contribute to the public understanding and appreciation of Catoctin Mountain Park (National Park Service) and/or Cunningham Falls State Park and should reflect the Catoctin Forest Alliance Inc.'s mission to preserve and promote the health of the Catoctin Mountain forest for the enjoyment of present and future generations.

In return to the support provided, participating artists are asked to donate an original piece of art from their residency to the Catoctin Forest Alliance, Inc. Artists are also asked to present one public program during their residency such as a demonstration, talk, exploratory hike or performance.

Duration: 2 weeks
Paid by host:
Selected artists will be provided a rent-free, furnished park house in Catoctin Mountain Park or a free campsite space in Cunningham Falls State Park for their two week stay. No additional stipend is available. Only U.S. residents will be considered.

Application Guidelines and Criteria:
For complete details about this program or to download application materials, visit

Deadline:February 15 for two spring residencies and for one summer and one fall residency.

Tags: america, remote, maryland, national park, public presentation, usa

The Catoctin Mountain Artist-in-Residence Program, under the auspices of the Catoctin Forest Alliance, Inc., offers all visual and literary artists the opportunity to live and work for two weeks surrounded by the inspiring landscape of the park to pursue their art form with the goal of advancing art, nature, and history education and appreciation.

The Catoctin Mountain Artist-in-Residence Program offers all visual and literary artists the opportunity to live and work for two weeks surrounded by the inspiring landscape of the park to pursue their art form with the goal of advancing art, nature, and history education and appreciation.

The works completed under this program will contribute to the public understanding and appreciation of Catoctin Mountain Park (National Park Service) and/or Cunningham Falls State Park and should reflect the Catoctin Forest Alliance Inc.'s mission to preserve and promote the health of the Catoctin Mountain forest for the enjoyment of present and future generations.

This call for artists applies to four sessions: two in the spring, one in August and one in the fall.

Studio information:
Selected artists will be provided a rent-free, cabin in Catoctin Mountain Park or a free campsite space in Cunningham Falls State Park for their two week stay.


Nov 9

Reframing the History of Civilization through the Contemporary Art In the Islands Kefalonia and Ithaca/ IONION CENTER FOR THE ARTS AND CULTURE

GRANTS ΥΕAR 2015-2016

TITLE :Reframing the History of Civilization through the Contemporary Art In the Islands Kefalonia and Ithaca

VENUE : Ionion Center for the Arts and Culture /Greek Island Kefalonia
ELIGIBILITY : All disciplines and interdisciplinary projects in Arts, Sciences, Education and Research, included Environmental projects, Literary Arts , Performing Arts and Music, Applied Arts, Visual Arts , New Media.
Are invited projects personal of collective, academic projects, Schools, Colleges, Universities and in Arts, Sciences and Research involved Institutions and Organizations from all over the World.
TIME : Year 2015 – March 1st to December 30th
OPENING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS : November 1st 2014 [limited space for participations] DEADLINES : On going
GRANTS : euro 30.000 grants available. 10.000 for the best project upon realization.
ACCEPTABLE : a. Proposals connected to the open programs of the Ionion Center for the Arts and Culture .b. Innovative Proposals – all disciplines- not connected to the existing programs.

Information –Contact :,
Applications: individuals: organizations:


Nov 9

Wide Open Studios 2015 Programs

Wide Open Studios makes Signal Fire's innovative wilderness excursions available to college students, emerging artists, and anyone else who wants an immersive, hands-on, transformative arts education.

In 2015 we offer the following trips:

Representing the Post-Natural Landscape
Jan 3-10, meet in San Diego, CA
Explore the breadth of Southern California's ecosystems and culture, from the remote grandeur of Joshua Tree National Park to military and agricultural sacrifice zones.

MFA Spring Break Retreat
March 22-28, meet in Las Vegas
Our third annual graduate retreat is open to MA and MFA students from any discipline. This time we journey to the Arizona strip, the desert wonderlands north of the Grand Canyon.

Endless Rivers (Into the Wilderness)
June 14- July 11, meet in Portland
Transform your life and art practice with an entire month in the wildest reaches of the Klamath Mountains. Option for 3 transferrable credits through Oregon College of Art and Craft. *deadline Jan 31 for this trip


Nov 8

kalasrishti winter programme

Kalasrishti artist residency is slightly different kind of residency programme as it organize in different places in India;almost,in rural-area or interior regions where the Indian tradition lives.
The purpose of our programme is to encourage interaction between artists from different culture and work with the available local materials. The concept of organizing the programmes at different places, got immense response, as it gives participant, a chance to explore,the cultural-diversity;learn about Indian rural-art and craft. each programme held at one or two places and participant can interact with the local artisan,their craft and live their life.

Open for photographer,poet,writer,Research fellow, art critic,travelling artist from all over the world.

---For winter programme:
As you know that our residency programmes organize in different places; We arrange traditional living accommodation accordingly,and it could be a Village-Hut,Farm-house, Guest-house on twin-sharing basis.
Remember that We try our best to arrange facility to participant;our most programmes are in interior villages or region surrouned by nature;

Food-: Indian-Vegetarian home food/Breakfast,Lunch and light dinner will be provided in a day to the participant.


Nov 7

4-11 week residency with stipend in Cassis, France

Established more than 40 years ago by Jerome Hill, the Camargo Foundation has always welcomed artists and scholars. Today, the Foundation receives artists and scholars of any nationality to work on specific projects or research areas alone or collectively.
Located in a small town of South of France, facing the Mediterranean sea, the Foundation is the perfect environment to reflect and create. It benefits from the quietness and high quality of the environment and surrounding nature (Cap Canaille, Calanques national park), and at the same time is within 45 minutes’ drive of Marseille, France’s 2nd city, Aix-en-Provence and Arles which are major centers for arts, culture and research.
For the core Fellowship program the Foundation offers four to eleven week residential fellowships to :
• Scholars 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; and
• Leading thinkers in the arts and humanities
Regular Project Discussions are organized in which each Fellow’s work is presented and discussed. The rest of the time is fully dedicated to each Fellow’s own work on site.

Fellows are provided with accommodation in private apartments with kitchens on the Foundation’s campus facing the sea and the Port of Cassis. A stipend of 600US$ per month is available, as is coverage of basic travel expenses to and from Cassis. Spouses and children over six are welcome, children must be enrolled in and attending school or off-campus activities.
Applications are now welcome for Fellowships in Fall 2015 (eight weeks from September 1 to October 26) and Spring 2016 (applicants may choose four, eight or eleven weeks from January 12). Applicants of any nationality are encouraged to apply although all applicants must be fluent in English.
For more information and a link to the online application form, please visit


Nov 7

ARTISTS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT RESIDENCIES Leitrim Sculpture Centre, Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim, Rep of Ireland

Leitrim Sculpture Centre is offering a series of Professional Development Residencies (PDR’s) for artists based in Ireland and Internationally. The aim of the programme is to provide artists with the technical resources for practical research towards the development of new work and to support creative development through experimental methods and engagement across different material processes.

PDR’s are new in the sense that, unlike the Residency in Context strand, they support the creative practice of the artist without the need for them to produce an exhibition, or specific outcome, at the end or during the period.

Leitrim Sculpture Centre provides a wide range of open-planned production spaces each dedicated to different processes in Stone, Metal Casting and Fabrication, Foundry and Forge, Hot Glass, Ceramics, Woodwork, Digital Media, Traditional Print (etching and silkscreen) and Moldmaking.

Within its two large buildings LSC supports 16 private studios, 3 residency studios and a superb gallery. The Archive and Research Centre provides technical information on all the processes undertaken at the Centre as well as links to artists groups, social and environmental projects along with useful information on local resources, history and landscape.

This combination of technical, spatial, geographic and research resources offers an ideal situation from which artists can secure the freedom to explore a specific medium or combination of material process of their own choosing.

For more information and guidelines of how to apply e.mail

Leitrim Sculpture Centre acknowledges the financial support of the Arts Council


Nov 7

Emmanuel College Artist Residency

The Emmanuel College Art Department offers an eight-week artists residency to four artists each summer. The residency supports a diverse group of artists, providing time and space for established and emerging artists to develop their work.

However, the Art Department specifically aims to award a residency to one individual from each of the four categories: ceramics, photography, printmaking and social justice. We strive to foster a supportive environment to achieve creative and artistic excellence. The residency also plays an important role in advancing the visual arts on the Emmanuel campus, providing an important educational program on contemporary art accessible to students, staff, and faculty. Residents should be willing to support and interact with each other, students, and faculty.

The residency defines Emmanuel College as a leader in the visual arts and brings greater visibility to that leadership role beyond the confines of the College.

Residency Specifications:

• Artists must not be currently enrolled in any academic program
• Residency is from mid June to mid August 2015
• Artists will receive a stipend of $1000 dollars and reimbursement for travel and visa up to an additional $1000.
• Lodging is provided in the college dorms, with access to a small kitchen.
• Artist must agree to give a presentation during the 2015/16 academic year
• Residents have access to communal college studio facilities with ample space sharing - ceramics, wood shop, print shop, darkroom, maclab and drawing studio
• Artists must devote 3 hours to Emmanuel’s summer art history course, Contemporary Art and Artistic Practice, discussing their own process.
• Emmanuel will host a closing exhibition for all resident artists to participate in and show the larger community the end result of your work.
• Artists will donate one piece to Emmanuel College at the end of the residency.
• Application is due Feb 1st, 2015
• Visit our website for more details and to download an application.


Nov 7

Berwick Visual Arts and Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival Artist in Residence

Berwick Visual Arts is pleased to announce applications are now open for its annual residency in partnership with Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival.

The residency is an opportunity for an artist working with moving image to create a new piece of work in response to the festival theme of ‘Fact or Fiction’ as it explores the relationship between the real and the imagined world, including the spaces in between and the points of convergence and within the context of Berwick-upon-Tweed.

The work will be premiered at Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival between 23rd and 27th September 2015.

The residency is open to artists based in the UK and internationally and applicants must have been out of college (BA graduate) for a minimum of 3 years, or have fully completed an MA and/or PhD.

Applicants should also be able to demonstrate a strong commitment to their artistic practice through a strong track record of creating new work through projects, exhibitions and commissions.

Accommodation and studio space is provided for the artist with a fee of £8000 available inclusive of artist’s commission fee, material costs and production costs for the final outcome.

Please download the full application guidelines and complete the application form, APPLICATION DEADLINE is Friday 5th December 2014, at 5pm (UK time)


Nov 6

VisArts Emerging Curator Call 2015

VisArts invites applications from emerging curators to work with an experienced mentoring curator to develop and present an exhibition in the Kaplan Gallery at VisArts.

The VisArts Emerging Curator Program offers a unique opportunity for an emerging curator to work with an experienced mentoring curator to develop and present an exhibition and to assist in the presentation of the mentor’s exhibition in the Kaplan Gallery at VisArts. In an effort to develop expanded education programming/enhanced visitor experiences, the 2015 Emerging Curator and the Mentoring Curator will also focus on developing tools, templates, technological enhancements and funding strategies to support public programming that promotes social interaction, creative exchange and audience engagement.

VisArts will provide the Emerging Curator with an exhibition budget of $10,000. Additional funding and staff support for printing, promotions, and execution of exhibition programming is available. The program is one year and will begin in January 2015.

The selection panel includes the VisArts’ Curator, Artist Advisory Council, Gallery Committee and 2015 Mentoring Curator.

Applicants do not need to have a fully realized curatorial proposal. This will be developed with the support and guidance of the mentoring curator and the VisArts Gallery Department.

To apply online: Click here
Apply by mail: All required application materials must be RECEIVED in our Administrative Offices (3rd floor) Download Application Forms.
Send or deliver all required application materials to:
Exhibitions Department

VisArts at Rockville

155 Gibbs Street, Suite 300

Rockville, MD 20850
Applicants must supply the following:
1. Application form
2. CV
3. Evidence of past curatorial projects:
• Up to 10 still images
• Up to 5 minutes of Audio Tracks (We accept: URL addresses, Soundclouds, or
Playable DVDs posted to VisArts.)
• List of images with artist name, title, year, medium, and descriptive information
• Supporting PDF documents
4. A statement that addresses the following:
• What makes presenting an exhibition in a non-profit community arts center with the guidance of a mentor an ideal opportunity?
• What do you consider your curatorial intentions?
• How do you envision enriching the audience experience? How would you engage the community? What sorts of programming and content delivery would you like to see paired with exhibitions?
• What do you hope to achieve with this exhibition and mentoring program? Why would this program be an excellent fit for you?
5. $15 USD entry fee
Time Line:
Application deadline: December 3, 2014
Finalists Notified: December 8, 2014
Finalist Interviews: December 12, 13, 2014
Emerging Curator Notified: December 19, 2014
Length of Program: January – December 2015 (Schedule TBD)
Emerging Curator Exhibition: June 12 – July 12, 2015
Mentoring Curator Exhibition: Sept. 2 – October 18, 2015


Nov 6

Bring your creativity to Eindhoven - Netherlands - Open call

From 1 februari untill 1 may you can book 1 week in 'Het Berkenhuisje' (Birch house). You will have your own room for €100,- a week. In total there will be 3 artists in the house every week. You create an artwork around a theme. Every weekend there will be an exhibition of all the art you and your artist housemates made. You can also stay for more weeks and participate in more group-exhibitions.

The price is including:
-tourist taxes
-bedsheets and towels
-cleaning (at the end of your stay).

Not included:
-Bikes (you can rent them for €2,50 a day.

History of the cottage:
In a small cute cottage in the citypark of Eindhoven used to live a painter called Pierre Jacobs, famous around Eindhoven. His paintings are comparable to Rembrands. The house was moved 65 years ago to the current spot in 'De Genneper Parken'.
50 Years ago he past away and his family lived there untill 10 years ago. The city of Eindhoven wanted to break it down but in stead a lot of volunteers came together and restored to house from the bottum to the top in 4 years. In november 2013 it was open as an AIR. Last year some artists and a writer from Belgium, Africa and Amerika stayed in this Cottage. (website is only in dutch)


Nov 6

Call for Native American Artists for Indigenous Art Workshop In Srimangal: Linking Bangladesh, India And The United States

Description of the organization:
Gidree Bawlee foundation of arts started its journey in 2001 as a non-profit and multidisciplinary organization. Since its initiation, the organization has arranged several collaborative art workshops with the local indigenous community artists and mainstream artists in its own open space. Apart from the art workshops, Gidree Bawlee has been actively involved with the Shantal Festival - a cultural festival celebrated among the Shantal community. For more info, please visit our website:

Description of the program:
Gidree Bawlee Foundation of Arts in collaboration with the American Center of the U.S. Embassy Dhaka is venturing to bring indigenous artists from three different countries (Bangladesh, India and the United States) together for a few days to create a unique episode of cultural exchange and understanding.

1 indigenous artist from the United States, 5 indigenous artists from India, and 6 indigenous and 4 mainstream artists from Bangladesh will join a 4 day long collaborative art workshop in Srimangal from 8th to 11th February, 2015. Srimangal , a beautiful region with lush green hills, tea gardens and large rainforests, rests in the northeast corner of Bangladesh. There are several indigenous communities living in Srimangal making it a diverse and colorful cultural melting pot.

In the 4 day workshop, the artists from three different countries, each with different cultural background will work collaboratively and exchange their experiences about their cultures and lifestyles. They will also visit local indigenous (Khasia, Monupuri, Tripuri, Santal) habitats and learn about their lifestyles and share each other’s experiences of cultural diversity. Also, the visiting artists will spend some time in a local school and share their experiences of growing up as artists from indigenous communities with the children. Through the art camp, we hope to create a rare opportunity for connecting, collaborating, sharing and learning for both the artists and the local community.

After the workshop, an art exhibition will be organized with the paintings made during the workshop in a renowned gallery in Dhaka on 13th February, 2015.

The call:
Gidree Bawlee is looking for a Native American artist residing in the USA to take part in the February collaborative art workshop. The artist will be required to stay in Bangladesh for 7 days during which s/he will participate in the art camp in Srimangal and the exhibition in Dhaka.

Discipline: Painting

7th February – Arrival in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
8th to 11th February – Art camp in Srimangal, Sylhet, Bangladesh.
12th February – Reach Dhaka from Srimangal.
13th February – Exhibition in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
14th February – Artist leaves Bangladesh for home country.

The host will provide:
Return air tickets from the artist’s home country.
Accommodation and meals in Dhaka and Srimangal during the 7 days of stay
Travel facilities during the artist’s stay in Dhaka and Srimangal
$700 Honorarium Fee

Application deadline: 21th November, 2014

All Native American artists are welcome to apply. To enter, please submit the following by email:

- CV
- Portfolio (maximum 15 images in a single pdf file)
- Artist statement
- Copy of passport

Please send the required documents to before 21th November, 2014.

Gidree Bawlee Foundation of Arts and the the American Center of the U.S. Embassy Dhaka will jointly review the applications and select the final participant. The selected artist will be notified by the end of December, 2014.

We look forward to your participation!


Nov 4

Mist Gallery Call for Submissions

Mist gallery is an online art space looking to showcase the work of emerging artists.
Submissions are open to all artists nation wide.

Visit for the submission form.
-Up to 6 images of work including size, medium and retail price for each piece
-Artist Statement
-CV/ Resume
-Website (optional)

The deadline for entries is November 30, 2014


Nov 4

Open Call – Get a Professional Review as a Featured Artist

Apply to be included in the next Featured Artists publication on

The goal of the open call is to raise international visibility for fine artists. The selection is based on artists’ portfolios. 6 artists are selected each month by our chief art curator, who shortlists the artists and chooses the winners to be included in the Featured Artists publication.

Each of the selected artists gets a:
Professional portfolio review
Exclusive coverage on
Pro Artist Portfolio account for 1 year

All info about the open call is available here

Good luck!


Nov 4

OPEN CALL for 4th season of “URONTO” Residential Art Exchange Program 2014 in Bangladesh

URONTO is an artist community who are in a new way working toward documenting a sector of memories of old architectural existences through any discipline of Art. Basically “URONTO” Residential Art Exchange Program is a meeting place for creative individuals to work with a common theme and space, but in different languages. Visual artists, photographers, writers, musicians and performing artists are only a few disciplines who will be participating at these gatherings, which will often take place in rustic landscapes, whether it be old, abandoned houses or camp out in rural communities and mostly to any soon-to-be dumped or finished place or natural atmosphere.

Venue: Lakhutia Zamindar House, Lakhutia Village, Barisal, Bangladesh.
Date: 28Nov-05 Dec 2014
Reporting Date: 28Nov 2014 at Barisal.
Working dates: 29Nov-05 Dec 2014
Open studio day: 05 & 06 Dec 2014

Any art loving, creative individual who wants to work along with the theme.
Adventurous persons who can accept challenges to comfortable living.
Participants of any discipline (visual artist, writer, singer, musician, film maker, installation artist, Theater activist, performance artist, architect etc and many more…)
Mostly we look forward for young (from mind) & energetic participants and want to have them from multidiscipline.
8-10 Artists out of all application will be selected by the Committee.

Registration fee : Registration is FREE for this project
Papers to submit
: CV (with portrait)
Images of artworks or practice works
Artist statement about his/her work
Proposal for the project
(Brief of why he/she wants to be part of it and what kind of work he/she might be doing)
A copy of passport (international participants only)

Site visits and local outings of venue area.

Transportation Cost (to the venue and back to their home)
Art material cost

* We expect all selected artists will share a small presentation on their artworks or multidisciplinary practices of their own while the exchange program with all other participants.

Interested Artist must submit/email their papers by 17th November 2014.
Selected applicants will receive a confirmation letter through e-mail by 21st November 2014.

In this project the participants are invited to portray the ruined diverse beauty of the house, the lost history, the truth even why not myth as well through their distinctive media. The truth here is, now a very small part is standing quietly there but a larger part is silent in the members of the house and among the village members memory. We are looking forward to bring out all those silent memories and beauties in this episode. Participants are expected to explore the site in their way and bring out an esthetical expression of their findings and realization. The expression of the participants must express anything about the house or anything related to the house and its history. Any discipline of artist or creative individual is invited as long as they can connect to the theme and site. Participants are highly encouraged to bring out the best, working with natural founding material or available materials around.

to see images of the site and get better idea, plz check facebook note in this link


Barisal is one of the seven administrative divisions of Bangladesh. Located in the south-central part of the country. In 1797 the area was established as Bakerganj District but later renamed as Barisal District. The district was upgraded into a municipality in 1876. The Greater Barisal region (Barisal District along with five other neighboring districts) was created as Barisal Division on 1 January 1993. It is bounded by Dhaka division on the north, the Bay of Bengal on the south, Chittagong division on the east and Khulna division on the west. The administrative capital, Barisal city, lies in the Ganges (Padma) River delta on an offshoot of the Arial Khan River(Kirtonkhola). Barisal division is criss-crossed by numerous rivers that earned her the nickname 'Dhan-Nodi-Kaal, Ei tine Barisal' (rice, river and canal built Barisal). Barisal town once called as ‘Venice of Bengal’ had nearly 600 pond and water bodies, more than 22 canals in pre-liberation period and 17 canals in post-liberation period in and around the city and Kirtankhola River was more than four kilometers wide in 50 years back.
Besides these beauties Barisal is full of old architectural structures which contains a lot of untold history of time. Many British structures have been refurbished and many are left abundant. History of some of those will be shared with the participants during the exchange program.

Lakhutia Village:
It’s a historical village, about 5/6 miles from Barisal town. About a 40 minute journey from the city area. It was one of the major places where the brutal killing took place during the 1950 riot in Barisal. On Feb 15,1950 Muslims started looting and burning Hindu houses and killed more than thousands of people in that area.

Lakhutia Zamindar House:
The house is simply known as the house of the king in the village. It was made by king Raj Chandra Roy almost 300 years ago. The famous six kilometers long Rayer Khal (Rayer canal) was excavated from Lakutia Zamindar Bari in early-British period and joined with Jail Khal(jail canal) in Natun Bazaar (new market) area of the city. Now it is an abundant building standing alone. The side area of the building is used by the local agricultural department as seed storage. The main building is standing as ruins. The front roads have very old Hindu monastery on one side and small temples on the back area of the land too. As a whole the huge area contains a lot of dimensions of old structures. The original history and memories related to this house is almost lost and hard to find. But extend history while the partition time can be found and some members have been also located in some areas on the both side of the border, which can help finding the lost history and memories.

Front entry way with old Hindu monastery on one sideFront entry way with old Hindu monastery on one side
Old Hindu monastery on the entry wayOld Hindu monastery on the entry way
Old Hindu monastery on the entry wayOld Hindu monastery on the entry way
Front view of Lakutia Zamindar HouseFront view of Lakutia Zamindar House
Entry gate of Lakutia Zamindar HouseEntry gate of Lakutia Zamindar House
Back view of the houseBack view of the house
Interior of the houseInterior of the houseExterior of the houseExterior of the house
The small temples on back yardThe small temples on back yard

Transportation Direction:
Dhaka to Barisal by Steamer/Launch. (river way over night journey) > Lakutia village
Jassore to Barisal by bus(for participants out of border) > Lakutia village
Khulna to Barisal by bus(for participants out of border) > Lakutia village

The aim of the program is to accommodate and sustain an organic environment for the artists to fall in rhythm with the natural sphere and project their insights amongst fellow artists, ultimately creating a reverberating atmosphere to inspire further projects.

“URONTO” works toward documenting the relation of time and space and the changes of spaces with time, through art practice of any discipline. Participants of each project are invited to portray the history, stories, myth, values or anything about the architectural structure or house or building chosen for every episode.

We do believe that every form of art is inter-related and also it has its own prosper strength individually indeed. Therefore we invite artist of any creative discipline to participate, so that we can have a unique documentation of the theme in enormous variation of artistic media. Where a writer might produce literary pieces or an article; an artist might prepare a painting or an installation piece while a musician may create a tune/number based on mood, history and atmosphere of the place.

1. Cultivate the creative genre among all
2. Providing a wider field to creative intentions
3. Encourage collective work and snub struggle
4. Documenting the Undocumented histories
5. Sharing the histories in the international field
6. Creating responsible aesthetical practice and growing awareness
7. Putting any and all discipline under one roof
8. Developing local art concepts in the rural
9. Inspiring work with founding natural materials
10. Developing the connection between human and nature
The exchange program is truly a refreshing time for the participants where we do provide them a very natural atmosphere to live in with nature where they can make themselves free from regular hectic life and dive into the beauty of nature. But we must include that nature is beautiful and refreshing but not luxurious so all participants should have a clear understanding of that. Expectations of luxurious living will end up highly disappointing and people habituated with luxury are barely encouraged in this program.

As a final note, it must be said that “URONTO” is an open collective composed of individuals who wish to freely express their ideas via any medium. However, freedom of expression must always be accompanied by a respectful attitude towards the work space and other members of the collective. Aside from these particularities, the members are welcome to draw ideas and inspiration from their surroundings, since it is only natural for a creation of Nature to find inspiration within it.

For any more information or questions about the project please contact through email or call. All participants are highly recommended to go through the entire document and understand it properly before applying. Multiple queries are invited from all, before final participations.

No submission after the deadline will be taken, but late submissions with remarkable qualities might get short listed for next episodes. In such cases the participants will be informed in advance.

Contact person

Sadya Mizan


Nov 3

La Fragua moves into its fifth season expanding the artist residency program with new formats that increase diversity and commitment to provide for the needs of national and international artists.

Open call for 2015 residencies
La Fragua artist residency and CoMbO

The artist residency La Fragua moves into its fifth season expanding the artist residency program with new formats that increase diversity and commitment to provide for the needs of national and international artists.

"My experience at La Fragua was something similar to what an archaeologist might experience upon arrival at a site; to find an open landscape full of fragments and treasures "

The open calls for 2015 are the following:

1. La Fragua on a.i.r program:
Our consolidated program has been host to over 140 artists from all disciplines and all continents throughout the past four years. Stays of 1-3 months in Belalcázar offer the uniqueness of working in the 15th century Convent of Santa Clara and living in the village at “Casa Manolo”. La Fragua supports a vibrant program which includes but is not limited to presentations, open studios, exhibitions, community projects, artist-led workshops and guided tours- where artists have the opportunity to develop unconventional projects and enjoy in the creative exchange with other residents simultaneously immersed in the environment.

2. “Silence”
This new residency program is especially directed towards writers and artists in general looking for a period of profound retreat and a moment to disconnect and focus in concentration on writing, reading, composing and investigation. The unique thing about this program is that residents will live inside of the Convent of Santa Clara in a room with a private terrace with countryside views offered by the sisters of Santa Clara.
3. CoMbO a.i.r:

Opened in the city of Cordoba in March 2014, CoMbO- the satellite space of La Fragua artist residency- not only serves as a gallery environment for some of the projects undertaken by artists in residence at the Convent, but as dynamic and flexible organization which adapts to the transformative needs of contemporary artistic practice.

Thus, in addition to serving as an exhibition space, CoMbO begins a new stage as a production office with a residency model. The program is open to proposals from international and national artists of all disciplines, however we are looking to turn the focus in 2015 on those projects that interact with the city of Cordoba, its relation to the past and our actual situation in a global context.

Convocatoria de residencias artísticas 2015
La Fragua artist residency y CoMbO

La residencia de artistas La Fragua, en su quinta temporada, expande su programa de residencias artísticas con nuevos formatos que aumentan la apuesta por ofrecer diversidad y cubrir las necesidades de los creadores nacionales e internacionales.

Las convocatorias para 2015 serán las siguientes:

1. La Fragua on a.i.r program:

Nuestro programa consolidado por el que han pasado ya 140 artistas de todas las disciplinas y todos los continentes en cuatro años. Estancias de 1-3 meses en Belalcázar con la singularidad de trabajar en el convento de Santa Clara y vivir en el centro del pueblo. Un programa vibrante donde los artistas tienen la oportunidad de desarrollar proyectos no convencionales y disfrutar del intercambio creativo con otros residentes al tiempo que se sumergen en el entorno.

2. “Silencio”

Nuevo programa de residencias artísticas ideado para escritores, investigadores o creadores en general que buscan/necesitan un tiempo de retiro absoluto. La gran peculiaridad de este programa es que los residentes vivirán dentro del propio Convento de Santa Clara, en habitación con terraza privada y vistas al campo ofrecida por las hermanas clarisas.

3. CoMbO a.i.r:

Abierto en la ciudad de Córdoba en Marzo de 2014, CoMbO, como espacio satélite de La fragua no sólo sirve como lugar de presentación para algunos de los proyectos realizados por los artistas en residencia sino que como institución flexible y dinámica se adapta a las necesidades de transformación de las prácticas artísticas en el momento actual.

De esta manera, además de servir como espacio expositivo, CoMbO, se abre en esta nueva etapa como oficina de producción y espacio de residencia, abierto a propuestas de artistas internacionales y nacionales que quieran trabajar sobre la singular ubicación de la ciudad en la historia de Europa y en el contexto global contemporáneo.

Una información más completa puede consultarse en y en

Contacto en // 627 368 920


Nov 2

OPEN CALL: Vertigo-ArtSalon in NY

OPEN CALL for artists to participate in "Vertigo-ArtSalon" in New York (17,18 and 19 February 2015) DEADLINE: 20 November 2014
This International Collective exhibition of Contemporary Art will be realized in an important Times Square building situated in the 43rd street between the Eights and Ninths Avenues. A large space of more than 120 sq m , high ceiling and plenty of day light is going to host this promising event.
As the 43rd Street and Times Square are about the most crowded area of New york, we are expecting a great public. The area counts as well with plenty of performance studios ,important museums and art galleries are just a short walk away. Among them the museum of modern art MoMa and the museum of the International Center of Photography. In "Vertigo-ArtSalon" you may expect an outstanding conjunction of painting, photography, sculpture, video, installation and performance.


Nov 1

Klubovna - OPEN CALL for exhibition projects for year 2015.

Open Call
Klubovna is happy to announce an OPEN CALL for exhibition projects for year 2015.
Call is addressed to Czech and international artists, who have ideas and concepts and are looking for the place to realize them. Open call is not thematically restricted.
We are looking forward to your digital submission by e-mail to:
Your project can be sent until 30th November 2014 (included).
Please, write to e-mail subject: KLUBOVNA/OPEN CALL/YOUR NAME
Your e-mail must contain three attachments in pdf format:
-project proposal (max. 500 words)
-portfolio (documentation of previous work)
The final decision will be made by the committee that consists of curators, theoreticians and representatives of the gallery.


Oct 28

“Seeing The Land” - Landscape Photography - $7575 in Cash and Prizes. is an online-juried international photo competition open to photographers 18 years of age or older creating photo images in any photographic medium. Our mission is to provide photographers with exposure and extensive marketing of their photography and accomplishments to our international list of clientele.

Description: “Seeing The Land” - Landscape Photography – $7575 in Cash and Prizes. The photographers’ work should express their vision of the land. The photos can interpret the various conditions of the land of our earth, its beauty, mans impact on it, a mythological view, spiritual feeling or the disruption to it by nature. The work can express any aspect of the land from beauty to science to fiction as a representational or non-representation image.

Total Award Amount: $7575 in Cash and Prizes.

Deadline: November 17, 2014 (Midnight EST)

Entry Fees 1 image $15, 3 images $30, 7 images $60

Medium: Photography only, with or without digital enhancement.



Oct 28

Applications Invited

Carpe Diem Residency invites applications with a new extended deadline of 15th November, 2014 for Artists' Residency at Cedar Hill Lodge, Shimla, India. Meet an eclectic group of Artists from all over the world and create something new or bring your work in progress to this beautiful village located 15 kms outside the main city of Shimla. Kindly visit for more details and application form.


Oct 22

MiXER 2015 - looking for adventurous artists


MiXER is a cross-disciplinary collaborative “playground” / experiment where artists from different art-forms and cultural backgrounds are encouraged to engage, share methodologies and inspire each other. With the task of working together 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 weeks programme with a structured outcome. The selected artists from diverse artistic disciplines 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.

Participants enjoy a dynamic and vibrant period of work in which they have a studio at their disposal in order to complete their set collaborative project.

The residency ends with a PUBLIC PRESENTATION of the completed project.
The designed ARTIST’S BOOK is published.

(meet & greet) artist talk, critique evening, window gallery shows


Oct 21

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Beam Camp Seeks Big Ideas for 2015 Projects

Summer Youth Program Seeks Proposals for Spectacular Projects
Worldwide call seeks ideas from Engineers, Architects, Designers, Sculptors, Builders, Agriculturists, Videographers, Technologists, Artists and Makers of all kinds

Past Project Images:
Proposal Submission Info and Form:

Beam Camp, the summer camp for the fine and manual arts, technology and collaboration, announces its annual international search to find its 2015 Beam Projects. The large-scale collaborative projects are realized by Beam campers, aged 10-17, and staff at the camp’s 106-acre facility in Strafford, New Hampshire.

Projects are budgeted at $12,500. Winning designers receive a $3,000 honorarium, travel costs, and are invited to visit camp during the project’s production.

Proposals can be submitted on the Beam Camp website until Sunday, January 18, 2015 with Semi-finalists announced on Monday, January 26, 2015. (submission page:

Beam offers these prompts for proposals:
Big ideas that result in a unique, ambitious, and spectacular product
Projects that are ambitious enough to occupy and challenge 108 campers and 20+ staff members
Projects that take advantage of our camp’s landscape and rural setting
Proposals that communicate a clear vision (sketches, diagrams, and other visuals are always helpful) and represent your/your team’s expertise

Beam Camp Co-Director Danny Kahn says of the Project, “it’s a chance for kids to walk around inside the mind of a designer of big things and systems. The kids get to learn project-specific making skills and practice the tools of collaboration, and more importantly see how to bring to life a passionately held and expertly developed idea.”

The 2014 Beam Projects reflected Beam’s core emphasis on cultivating creative thinking and applied collaborative work. “Forest Phantasmagoria,” Beam Project 2014.1, is 30’ kaleidoscope designed by sculptors Niko Van Stichel and Lut Vandebos. “Creatura,” Beam Project 2014.2, designed by Mark Torrens and Federico Forestiero, is a person-powered water vehicle with three means of propulsion including a human hamster wheel.

Previous winners include 2014 Architzer Award Winner “Swingtones” by Supermass Studio and Sage & Coombe Architecture, “Cut, Paste, Build” by Robots, Caitlin Berrigan’s “Macro/Micro Domes,” Steve Gerberich and Nathaniel Lieb’s “Beam Fleet,” Jan Drojarski and Jon Bocksel’s “Jungletopia,” Christine Baumgartner and Manuel Kretzer’s “Float With The Flowers,” the solar-powered film “A Trip to the Sun” by Daniela Kostova and Mike DeSeve, WIgnall & Moore’s “The Stories of Machines That Never Flew,” “The Habitats of Parker Mountain” by pragmatopia and architecture students of the University of Kassel, Germany, “Creature Quake” huge monsters built into the landscape be Rachel Kunreuther and Doug Stokey and “Navigating Dreams,” a timber-frame boat-machine by Matthew Springett Associates.

ABOUT BEAM CAMP Beam Camp offers two 4 week summer sessions for kids aged 10-17 in Strafford, New Hampshire. Campers cultivate hands-on skills while exploring innovative thinking, design and the creative process. They swim, hike, play games and enjoy 750 acres of mountain, forests and lakes, while transforming ideas into artifacts and personal achievement into community success.


Oct 20

Haihatus Residency 2015 in Finland

Haihatus is a place for peaceful work and spirited communication between all art forms.

Haihatus Air
Haihatus artist residence program aims to collaboration and communication between arts and artists. Artists of all disciplines are welcome. There is lots of space to make art and colleagues to work and discuss with. Own space and time is also available. Haihatus also offers possibilities artists to submit their own art forms in happenings, workshops and exhibitions. Residence artists´ joint exhibitions are held twice a year in April and November in Haihatus Gallery.

There are still some free residencies even in December 2014, so apply now! Haihatus association is known for its fluency and fast decicions :)

The residency rooms are 17 – 23 m2 with one or two beds. Rooms are furnished and each of them includes a small kitchen with dishware. WC's and showers are located in the joint rooms. There are 10 - 60 m² studios to work or excercise, room for performing, exhibitions, dwelling, wi-fi, a sauna etc. Two haihatuscats, Purhonen and Korhonen are freely purring all over the house, which might the allergic ones be good to be aware of.

Until further notice the resideny fee 2015 is 440 euros/month/private room and 700 euros/double room/ artist couple. The fee includes the accomodation room, studio and the right to use common spaces (a bigger joint kitchen/ living room, tv-room, sauna etc.) Travel, food and other living costs pays the artists themselves.

Haihatus is located in southern Finland, a rural community of Joutsa. The distance from Helsinki to Joutsa is 200 km and from nearest city Jyväskylä 70 km. There are good daily express coach services and you´ll reach Joutsa by bus in 3 hours from Helsinki Airport. There are supermarkets, shops, flea markets, restaurants cafes and a good library. Nature is beautiful and the seasonal change is very affective. Haihatus is in middle of forests to ramble and lakes to swim - or ski and ice skate in winter.


Oct 16

Subject line: Collaborative Art Platform Seeks Artists and Writers

Pair Shaped is a new, online collaborative art platform seeking artists of all types to showcase original work. This is not a standard call for submissions! If you’re selected, you’ll have the opportunity to engage in creative dialogue with fellow artists from different disciplines, and explore new approaches to practice, narrative, and use of medium.

Our Process:

- Two or more artists from different disciplines participate in a share-and-response exchange, or creative dialogue, of original work.

- These work entries are collected into fully realized series based on developed ideas and themes.

- Series are published one entry per day on our website, set for launch later this year.

Artists connect. People discover new work. The process continues.

Photographers. Writers. Painters. Dancers. Filmmakers. Composers…All are welcome.

For further information on how to submit, please visit:

Questions? Write us at

We look forward to hearing from you!


Oct 14

Shoot baroque! or the culture of excess. Photography program in Murcia, South East Spain.

The Baroque is a form of artistic expression most commonly associated by its character of excess, but also being object of spectacle, virtuosity, commerciality, mythic proportions, and intertextuality.

The word ‘baroque’ does originate, after all, from the Romance languages, meaning “rough pearl” or “elaborate” when seeking the Latin root "roca", meaning stone. Logic would dictate that baroque, and consequently the neo-baroque, are founded on the idea of creating something of a lasting and sculpted effect.

LA POSTIZA residency is based in Murcia, a city with a long old baroque tradition. Music, arquitecture, sculpure, literature and other manifestations are visible in its heritage. From the 16th century, and particularly the 18th century, onwards that Murcia achieved an urban splendour that lead to its expansion beyond the city walls. We would like to start from this point to build a contemporary photography project about the 'culture of excess' traditional influence in Society, even in hugely depressed environments, as a twentyfirst-century manifestation.


Oct 11

Need Help?

Hey there. :-)
I'm a young artist, trying to get in to art academies.
I live and work in Holstebro - Denmark. I have worked as an assistant/partner in crime with some different artist around Scandinavia, and I'm now looking to learn, help, assist or just partner up and do some crime.
I'm a 20 year old Danish guy, I work with painting, sculpture and installation. But I'm open to learn/grain any skill!
So if you have an art project any where in the world, and you would like some help.
Write me, I'll show you some of the stuff I make and tell you a bit more about myself!

All the best!
- Elias Munk


Oct 9

Art Junction, Open call, India



Oct 7

Artist Residency open call, INDIA

Artist Residency open call, INDIA

Being A farmer

We are invite artists, researchers, designers, architects, scientists and farmers with a common interest in creating frameworks FARM/ FOOD / FUTURE for exchange. We collaborate with Farmers, Artists and scientists are interested in scientific artistic inquiry. Through participatory projects, we create spaces and experiences where the logic of a situation disappears – encounters occur that broaden, rather than narrow perspectives, i.e. reductionist art and science. We use various media to create work that has the potential to destabilize logics of “certainty”. We deconstruct systems such as food policies and rural farming networks to visualize and understand their intrinsic logics. Through this disassembly new narratives emerge that reconfigure the principles that once dominated these systems. Our work often provides a playful entry point and tools for participants to gain insight into deeper fields of inquiry- not only to imagine, but also to participate in and initiate change in the places “Being A farmer”.

Farm location: India’s colourful state Rajasthan that have one of the world’s oldest mountain ranges, the Aravalli Range, cradles hill station of Rajasthan located at Sirohi district southern part of Rajasthan state. Farm studio is 2 km far from Andore village. Andore is 20 km from Sirohi, (185 km from Jodhpur/135 KM from Uaipur) Rajasthan (INDIA). It is famous for Kumbhars (Potter community). Farm surrounds many farmer communities hence major occupation is agriculture. Farm life is a mixture of tranquility, serenity, quietude and innocence. Along with numerous small and big farm and fields, several mountains, chirping of birds, swinging of emerald trees. Speaking in a low voice the tale of languisher and love to the big and clear blue sky give a mesmerizing, captivating and bewitching effect to the Farm. Here calmness is like a meditation. one can hear nature exploring the beauty of rural life. These moments will be cherished throught your life enjoying lots of miracles of nature. So …..lets be a part of this unique artistic experience at Farm.

Farm artist residency are open call between 5th January to 1st March, with accommodations available for up to four residents at one time. When applying, consider that it might take a little time to adjust to the environment, particularly if you are new to Rajasthan (INDIA); and if you are planning a large outdoor project, the weather might not always be your cooperative companion. The following is a general guideline of what is offered and what is requested in return. If any questions remain or you wish to clarify a specific item send an email us.

Disciplines: Visual Art (Interdisciplinary or Drawing, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Installation, Performance art), New Media Art, Film maker, Curator, Research, Writing and Music.

Farm Residency program for professionals, emerging or established, in all areas of the arts and offering accommodations and studio space to pursue their art in exchange for a contribution of labour of 10 hours per week to help renovate and maintain Farm studio buildings and grounds as well as other projects, suited to skills and temperament. All who apply need to be self-motivated and resourceful and appreciate a quiet working environment. Farm studio location is rural and because of this condition, co-operation and an ability to share tasks will be helpful.

Application criteria

Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis, artists will be selected subject to motivation, work sample and availability.
It is compulsory for the artist to arrange his/hers own insurance to cover any possible accident, loss or damage (including but not limited to health insurance and general liability insurance) during their stay in India.
Applicant are responsible for travel, visa, materials, entertainment, food costs and insurance.
Farm studio will not be liable for any loss, theft or damage and provides no insurance covering any work, equipment or materials belonging to any user.
farm AIR provide you three type of working space. Where you can explore your art and idea with rural environment. Any creative discipline get opportunity to interact with Indian rural art research with farm art possibility.
Applicant contribution for farm maintain 50 $ US dollar.

Duration of residency: From 2 weeks to 6 weeks
Working language: English, Hindi

Our organization will provide

accommodation (tent)
Studio space
Free access to computer / Internet (shared)
Electricity(inverter base)
Basic kitchen
Printer B/W
First aid kit (Medical Box)

Self-catering accommodation, sharing bedroom in tent(canopy), basic kitchen, living area, open landscape, electricity, water, towels, bed sheets.

Application Deadline: 30th November 2014.
Residency time : 5th January to 1st March 2015



Oct 3

Sculpture Space Funded Residency 2015-16

SCULPTURE SPACE, located in Utica, New York invites artists whose focus is sculpture to apply for a two-month residency between September 2015 and September 2016. Depending on funding, eighteen to twenty residents are selectively chosen each year with a stipend of $2,000 awarded to offset costs.

We offer a 5,500 square foot shared studio with specialized equipment in addition to five private studios. The Studio Manager provides ongoing assistance and technical expertise; the Office Manager and Executive Director are available to assist with any other special requirements. Basic understanding and communication skills in English are necessary. Three to five artists are in residence each month; artists are expected to stay for a full two months. Housing is provided a block away in a newly renovated residence with private bedrooms, washer/dryer, TV, internet, shared living space and kitchen. Artists are responsible for materials, specialized tools and food. Bicycles are provided; transport for materials purchase and other needs is also available.

The studio and house are located in West Utica, close to downtown, and situated in Central New York's scenic Mohawk Valley. Because of Sculpture Space’s long history and presence in Utica, the community is supportive and receptive to site-specific work; in particular, we are interested in projects that realize and expand examples of creative placemaking to our neighborhood and the community.

Artists are required to acknowledge Sculpture Space when works made while in residence are subsequently exhibited or published and must provide high-quality images of works for the website, archives and publications. In addition, we require artists donate an artwork to be sold at our annual CHAIRity Art Auction, held every September, benefitting Sculpture Space’s programming.

Since 1976, Sculpture Space has helped to support the careers and studio practice of over 500 national and international artists from around the world. As desired, artists and arts professionals (including curators and writers) are invited for informal studio visits. The collaborative environment of the studio and the communal aspects of the residence help foster dialogue, exchange of ideas, creative experimentation and both personal and professional connections. In addition to the CHAIRity fundraiser in September, the public is invited to Works in Progress receptions (held every few months); other visits are arranged by appointment.

Accepted artists are selected by a Review Committee and a guest juror. Artists are notified at the end of January. Primary criteria for selection are based on the quality, originality and potential of their work and proposed project.

Applications are accepted from NOVEMBER 1 - DECEMBER 31, 2014 at We require all of the following to consider your application complete:
1. Project description
2. 10 examples of creative work (include title, date, media, dimensions; for video/ interdisciplinary/performance or other work please include any helpful/descriptive information for review panel)
3. CV/Resume
4. 2 references with contact information
5. Administration fee of US$10 plus $10 Slideroom fee, $20 total

For more about Sculpture Space: its history, programming, residents and alumni, please visit:, "like" us on Facebook and/or contact:

Holly Flitcroft, Office Manager
12 Gates Street
Utica, NY 13502 USA
phone: 315-724-8381
fax: 315-797-6639


Sep 30


CeRCCa the Center for Research and Creativity Casamarles (50km south of Barcelona) is open for short term residencies during November 2014.
The residency periods are either 15 days (from the 1st to the 15th November) or 1 month (from the 1st to the 30th November) Residency periods.

The artist fee for a 15 day residency is 250E and for 1 month residencies is 500E.

For 2015 CeRCCa is starting a New A.I.R format.

Since the beginning of CeRCCa´s Residency Program in 2009 our aim has been to facilitate and develop research and creative projects that reflect upon and interact with the local community. During these 5 years more than 70 artists and researchers have been selected to be part of CeRCCa. Through the residency and the collaboration with the local community they have developed projects in different disciplines ranging from video, photography and performance to street art, creative workshops and interventions in the public space. To celebrate all these projects and as a homage to the artists, researchers and all the people and organizations that have collaborated with CeRCCa the ‘5th CeRCCa Anniversary Publication’ will be launched in summer 2014.

After the evaluation of the first five years of CeRCCa and thanks to many conversations with other professionals and previous residents we are happy to announce the new venture of CeRCCa. This new venture will be developed through the restructuring of CeRCCa’s artists and researchers residencies.

The New Artists and Researchers Residency Project will be structured as follows

• The main feature of the new strategy will be to promote exchange and reflection with no obligation of producing a concrete body of work or having a final exhibition. In a time where artists and researchers are under pressure to produce and justify the validity of their professions with tangible outcomes we strongly believe that to have time for dialogue and experimentation is much needed. We believe that the perfect framework to do so is to spent time and work together through the artist in residency methodology.

• We believe that the new residency format will be a time for you to work in your own development as well as building up your professional career through networking and knowledge sharing. CeRCCa will help on that process facilitating contacts and visits in accordance to your interests. In order to facilitate networking and knowledge sharing CeRCCa offers an apartment in Barcelona so to have time to meet, promote your work and learn from other professionals and organizations. The fee for 1 night accommodation in CeRCCa’s apartment in Barcelona is 20E and the maximum stay is 1 night a week. Alternative overnight accommodation can be also arranged.

• The new residency format will be structured through stays of minimum 15 days that can be extended in periods of 15 days (1, 1.5, 2 … months) always starting and ending on the 1st or 15th of each month (those have to be the dates of arrival and departure). For 2014 the time span of the residency period can go from the 1st July to the 1st November.

• CeRCCa will facilitate accessibility to our program with a reduced artists fee. The artist fee for 15 days residency is 250E and 500E for 1 month. The artist fee includes single room with double bed, shared 40 sq studio with 1 more artist or researcher, running costs as well as advice, resources and networking information and contacts.
The selection of applications will be done every 2 months by the coordinators of CeRCCa.

• For residencies of 2 months or longer and if the artist or researcher is interested, CeRCCa will consider organizing an exhibition or public presentation at the end of the residency period. To ensure the best curatorial strategy and optimize the exhibition or public presentation a committee of experts will consider the candidate’s application and exhibition proposal. The same process goes for talks, workshops and other events. Priority will be given to site-specific projects of any discipline and format.


Sep 29

Artist Residency Program in Texas at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

Houston Center for Contemporary Craft - Artist Residency Program

Deadline March 1, 2015

Media Accepted: Wood, Glass, Metal, Fiber, Clay, Mixed Media

Access to wide variety of professional opportunities and resources!
• Five to ten residencies awarded
• Three, six, nine or twelve-month residencies
• Stipend & modest housing allowance
• Free studio space with 24hr access
• Ongoing professional development


Sep 28

Below Zero : Field trip and workshop driven research residency in the Canadian Winter.

Below Zero

Exploration of Winter for Adventurous Artists

Call for applications: deadline December 10th 2014

Below Zero is a residency for Canadian and international artists interested in experiencing the Canadian winter up close and personal. It will take place over a week in Quebec, Canada in February 2015. The residency will facilitate daily excursions into the outdoors for experimentation, exploration of and production within a wide range of Canadian winter contexts. Participants will have the chance to experience Canada’s picturesque deep snow and ice, wild life, traditional seasonal activities, long dark nights and possible severe weather through daily expeditions like dog sledding, ice fishing, skiing and skating. Excuersions will be enriched by local naturalists and experts.

Ayatana workshops focus on experience, research and brainstorming by visual and conceptual artists. Writers, poets, musicians and dancers are also invited to apply. Preference will be given to artists working with natural materials, new media, performance, intervention, site specific installation, interactive or nomadic work and interdisciplinary research. Although it is not necessary for a resident to produce work during the program, collaboration with each other and the non-artist community of experts is encouraged. All participants will be invited to contribute to the residency catalogue. We hope the residency will facilitate connection between participants and lead to collaborations or international shows.

We are looking for adventurous, inquisitive artists with enthusiasm for daily brainstorming and creation and a willingness to share the development of early-stage work with a small group. Like-minded artists will be chosen to encourage collaboration and skill share. The workshop aims to instigate the experimentation and sharing of new materials and artistic ideas in a supportive, analytical and critical context.


Sep 24

Carpe diem Residency

Artists and Writers and Filmmakers join us at Carpe diem Residency at various locations in India for our 2015 programs.


Sep 23

All of Us or None: Responses and Resistance to Militarism

From Ferguson to Gaza, we can see how militarism directly impacts all of our lives.

Militarism refers to physically violent and coercive ways of settling conflict or maintaining control what we see in the everyday actions of armed security forces such as the military, militia, police, border enforcement, and school security.

But do militarist policy decisions actually keep our communities safe and secure? What if we instead invested in the things that help communities, countries, and the globe thrive?

Help us change the way people think about safety and security—and about the tools that should be used to achieve them.

Create a poster-
We need graphic artists, printmakers, street artists, comic artists, and other print-based visual artists who are interested in creating unique posters for a traveling exhibit.

Submissions should explore:

Militarism’s negative effects on your community, your country, or the globe
Ideas for active resistance to militarism
Alternative approaches, new projects, or manifestos that seek to achieve lasting peace and justice

Submission guidelines-
Submit your poster on or before Dec. 15, 2014.

Each submission must include:

Digital image of poster of sized 8.5” x 11” or 22” x 28” (300-600 ppi; TIFF or best resolution JPG; maximum 50MB)
A 250-word artist’s statement
A bio, maximum of 250 words
Artists may submit more than one work.

Terms and conditions-
Jurors will select an initial set of work to be the core of a nationally traveling exhibit.

AFSC will print and professionally display the chosen work in our traveling exhibit.

AFSC will display the chosen work on our website and make it available for free digital download to the public.

The exhibit website will identify each poster by artist, title of piece, short description, and your website if you so choose.

By participating in this project, artists are donating their work to AFSC to use in the traveling exhibit, in digital replicas of the work available for download for free, in informational brochures, and on the web. Work will be fully credited to the artists, with contact information included.

Selected artists will receive a $50 honorarium and a print copy of the catalog of the traveling exhibit.

Traveling exhibition-
At each location of the tour, events and discussions will be held, and teaching artists will work with youth to create more posters for the project.

About AFSC-
The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) is a Quaker organization devoted to service, development, and peace programs throughout the world. Read more about AFSC.

AFSC is the creator of the internationally acclaimed Eyes Wide Openexhibit, which traveled the country for years. AFSC’s mural art exhibit Windows and Mirrors: Reflections on the War in Afghanistan, composed of work donated by U.S. and international artists, traveled to 60 cities in the U.S. AFSC also produces the If I Had a Trillion Dollars youth video festival.

More info at


Sep 23

CENTRO ADM / PIRA Programa Internacional de Residencias Artísticas Mexico

CENTRO ADM is a non-profit space based in Mexico City, dedicated to promote education, research, production and promotion in photography, contemporary art, new media and design. One of our main goals is the education and interchange between different fields as well as the collaboration with artists from around the globe.

As part of the Bureau of Cultural Activities of the center, PIRA (International Program of Artistic Residencies of their initials in spanish) offers two International Art Residencies for production, research and promotion in México City during autumn and winter for the 2014/2015 period, each one with a duration of 4-8 weeks.

The residency includes a full studio with free internet access, dorm, kitchen, help assistance and the possibilities to use the whole Art Center Facilities (Imacs, photo studio, audio and video edition studios and recording room) under the restrictions of hours and schedules. Centro ADM will help with a production fee of $5000 MXN to develop the artist project during the residency if its necessary.

The applicants must be between 21 to 35 years old, with a solid career in the fields of visual arts, sound art and new media.


Sep 22

2015 Multidisciplinary Call for artists

ARTErra rural artistic residency is a multidisciplinary hosting program in the North/Center Portugal. Several work spaces and different facilities and services are provided to the artists to develop the work project proposed.
You can apply for a residency for 2015 by email.
For more information visit our website or send us an email


Sep 19

ARTiculAction 2015 International Call for Artists - Biennial Edition

To celebrate our 10th edition, we are pleased to announce ARTiculAction 2015 - Biennial International Call for Artists, a special Biennial competition whose aim is to support the creative development of a new generation of authors: the objective of our Biennial competition is the selection of works which show polyedric and many sidedness nature.

All kinds of art are welcomed to participate to the selection. There is no limitation in terms of topics and techniques, but we will really appreciate if you could keep in line with the guiding categories:

- Painting
- Fine Art Photography
- Mixed Art
- Video
- Performance
- Body Art & Experimental Dance
- Installations
- Sculpture
- Audio

No entry fees for submissions.

Just take fill the entry form that you will find at or contact our editorial board directly to:

We aim to give to talented and ambitious artist the chance to branch out and get ahead, showing their works off the world through our publication, since it's becoming more and more important for artists to take the promotion of their image and their art upon themselves.


Sep 19

Residency on an island in the Philippines


_inventory Residency 2014
Organized by Tuburan Eco-Commune and School Of Life and _inventory art collective
with the support of CRACK Trust.

Application Deadline: 25 September 2014
Announcement of selected participants: 30 September 2014
Residency Date: 7-17 December 2014
Exhibition/Open Day: 17 December 2014
Venue: fishing and coconut farming town of Sta. Maria, Tablas Island, Romblon Province, The Philippines

Provided by host:

Food and Accommodation
Outdoor Workshop Space
Exhibition/Performance Space
Since we are a new community of non-profit nature, participants are responsible for their travel expense. Artists have an option to extend their stay to further realize or work on new projects in the community after the programme, under a separate agreement with the eco-commune.

Artists (individual/group) from a wide spectrum of creative fields (including visual art, multimedia, craft, writing, film, dance and performance) are invited to apply for our first international residency program in a fishing and coconut farming town of Sta Maria, Tablas Island.

Artists are encouraged to develop works with the locals and use readily available materials in the area in response to the rural environment and its community. The residency aims to engage the community in art through public performances, exhibitions, workshops and discussions, striving to promote art that is more interactive and more accessible to the people, especially in rural areas.

Tuburan Eco-Commune is a young community founded in December 2013 in an abandoned coconut farm owned by the founder’s family located at Santa Maria, Tablas Island in the Philippines. We are aiming to create an artistic and sustainable environment in a remote rural community. The location is suitable for each individual who enjoys connection with people, space, and nature. The community values cooperation and interaction between individuals, the community and the public, and ideologies and cultures.

_inventory is an independent, collaboration-based collective that organizes shows in alternative and public spaces.


It all started in 2007. Artist Shawon Akand and artist Delowar Hossain’s meeting had germinated the crucial idea of this platform in that year. Shawon Akand’s idea of artists gathering was drawn from the Baul (one of the Sufi sects) philosophy and tradition in Bengal. Kushtia, a south western district of Bangladesh, is one of the major centers of this philosophy. Eventually this platform is now constituted as a Non-Profit Arts Trust which is primarily based in Bangladesh, yet also charting new artistic arenas in different communities of the world.

It has gradually consolidated and developed ideas grounded in the spirit of exploration, exchange, and collective experience. It focuses on promoting young artists and thinkers by giving them space and momentum for flourishing their talent on an international basis. On its journey of last 7 years, CRACK has developed a strong network of associated artists in the world, especially in South Asian countries.

How to apply?

Application is FREE!

The applicants are requested to submit the following materials to

1. A complete portfolio including brief Biography/CV

2. A short motivation letter

3. 2 Referees (email and contact details)


Sep 15

Convergence: An International Summit on Art + Technology at The Banff Centre


Experience a conversation with a Telenoid robot, conduct a concerto with a garden of interactive plants and meet the creative minds behind the Atari Research Lab, the Barbican's Digital Revolution and Madonna's Superbowl half time show at Convergence, November 27-29. An international summit on art + technology at The Banff Centre, Convergence brings together representatives from Australia, USA, UK, France, Canada and Japan to explore the intersection between art and technology, and build connections across communities and disciplines.

Want to find out more? Check out the schedule and read about the presenters and performers coming to Convergence online at

Register now to avoid missing out!

Also check out Convergence Lab, a unique fully-funded Banff Centre residency exploring the possibilities of art + technology, taking place before the summit.


Sep 12

American Academy in Rome 2015 Rome Prize

The American Academy in Rome online application form for the 2015 Rome Prize competition is currently available on the Academy website at

The American Academy in Rome is the oldest American overseas center for independent study and advanced research in the arts and the humanities.

The Rome Prize is awarded annually to about thirty candidates, each selected by a jury of distinguished peers through a national competition.

The winners are invited to Rome to pursue their work for periods ranging from six months to two years. They are provided with stipends, residential accommodation, meals, private studies or

Please visit the Academy website for more pertinent information about the Academy, the fellowship, application rules, guidelines, deadline, and fees.


Aug 19

World Letter Project

The project is aimed to listen to different people from around the world
The task is simple: Write a letter about some topic you feel very passionately about addressing "Dear Friend" and send it to
You can write about the things that matter to you at a personal level, at a political level or anything. Just pour yourself out
You can include pictures, art or any form of expression.
You can write an email letter or a hand written letter and scan it.
All the letters would be posted on

Request you to participate


Aug 14

Open Calling - Dance Ignition Lab: Tranås, Sweden.

Kultivera ( is seeking applications to participate in Dance Ignition Lab: Tranås, a new model of research residency, which aims to stimulate discussion, debate, and to identify new ways of working across multiple disciplines and cultural contexts.

Dance Ignition Lab is a concept developed by Sheila Creevey MBA – dance artist, manager and consultant, who will curate and facilitate the residency. This project is a co-production by Sheila Creevey and Kultivera; connecting creativity through the Coracle Europe Partnership.

What is Dance Ignition Lab?
Dance Ignition Lab is a Residency model that aims to support new cross-disciplinary working methods, with a focus on dance development. Inspired by intensive development processes seen in the tech sector among others, it is a “Lean” model that is about responding, innovating and creating new contexts for artistic production.

This project provides an opportunity for the participants to develop new ideas for international collaborative projects and build on their collective skills and experience to find new working models.

Dance Ignition Lab will:

have a local and international presence – online and offline
build a community of practice by sharing outcomes of research
require artists / participants to present and document an idea for a project / working process at the end of the residency period.
Who can apply?
We are seeking applications from Swedish and International dance artists/choreographers, as well as musicians, designers, tech experts, artists of all forms. We will consider applications from individuals or collectives. Applicants must:

have an interest in collaborative working
be seeking to work with the artform of Dance,
be open to experimentation,
and, be willing to engage in a facilitated process.
Dance Ignition Lab: Tranås will bring together 3 to 5 international participants to share current practice, develop and try new ideas, and engage with local communities

The curated nature of this residency means that we may bring together multiple dance artists, or indeed, participants who work across multiple artforms or contexts. It is important that you are open to working across disciplines, with different personalities, and sharing your process.

What will it involve?
Dance Ignition Lab: Tranås will involve:

2 week residency for 3 or more artists / participants (At least 1 dance artist/choreographer)
A facilitated exchange process between the participants
Space to create, interact, and become involved in shared processes
A conference on dance and cross- / inter- disciplinary practices
Open studio sharings
The working language for this residency will be English.

What is on offer?
2 week residency at Kultivera, in Tranås, Sweden, including:

Studio Space (24 hour access)
Accommodation (at the Residence), Food and Utilities
There are some travel grants available to cover flights, trains and buses.
How can I apply?
Create a profile here:

Fill in this on-line form here: online form to express your interest.

(You will be asked to provide CV information and links to examples of work.)

Deadline for applications: 31st August 2014

You will receive a confirmation of receipt within three working days, and applicants will be notified of our decision by email before 14th September, 2014. Confirmation of participation will be required 7 days after selection.

If you have any further questions not addressed here, see FAQs under information at

If you still have any questions email:


Aug 14

METAL Culture Ltd. Time and Space Residencies

Time and Space

Time and Space Residencies

Metal has 9 Time and Space residencies to offer each year. 3 in Southend / 3 in Liverpool / 3 in Peterborough.

Our Time and Space residencies are by application– with two application deadlines each year the next deadline is:

Deadlines for 2014: 15 September 2014

Our Time and Space Residencies offer the following resources to artists at Metal’s venues:-

In Southend

Accommodation for two people – or 4 people sharing bedrooms.

Access to a dedicated work space – can accommodate up to 6 people working together (n.b. our space in southend is not suitable to use as an artist’s studio – perfect for ideas development, writing, script development, post-production work, initial readings & some small scale rehearsal.

All costs of space met – i.e. light / heat / water etc

Length of stay – flexible – anything up to a month-long stay in accommodation (20 working days). Use of other spaces longer periods can be negotiated.

Access to Metal staff time/advice;

Access to Metal resources such as broadband/workstation etc

Southend on Sea is a 45min train journey to east London and as such has fantastic access to the cultural offer in London.

In Liverpool

Access to a dedicated work space – there are a number of types of spaces available depending on the type of work being developed, including:-

- Short term studio space – a 5.5m x 4m (22sq m) space within a larger, open plan space that is shared with one other.

- Ground floor scratch performance space – suitable for up to 10 people working together

- Desk space for writing / design / computer and digital work

All costs of space met – i.e. light / heat / water etc

Length of stay – flexible – anything up to six months (120 working days)

Access to Metal staff time/advice; Metal resources such as broadband/workstation etc

Liverpool has a thriving cultural scene and is 30 mins train journey from Manchester too.

Currently we have no accommodation facilities in Liverpool.

In Peterborough

Access to a dedicated work space – there are a number of types of spaces available depending on the type of work being developed, including:-

- Short term studio space –

- Ground floor scratch performance space – suitable for up to 15 people working together

- Desk space for writing / design / computer and digital work

All costs of space met – i.e. light / heat / water etc

Length of stay – flexible – anything up to six months (120 working days)

Access to Metal staff time/advice; Metal resources such as broadband/workstation etc

Peterborough has a burgeoning cultural scene and is just 45 mins train journey from Kings Cross, London and as such has fantastic access to the cultural offer in London.

Currently we have no accommodation facilities in Peterborough.

Criteria for artists applying for Time and Space

Must be:-

• an established artist with at least 5 years in practice

• currently exploring a new aspect / project / development in their own practice

• prepared to commit the time necessary to the process and to ensure that the opportunity is made full use of

• prepared to ensure that Metal’s Venue is respected and looked after during stay

• prepared to make a contribution to Metal’s ongoing programme (e.g. give a talk / Future Network meeting / contribute to an event / or other.

• prepared to make a contribution to Metal’s website (e.g. images / video podcast / written contribution)

Artist’s who are selected for a Time and Space residency are expected to be self motivated, self organizing and self contained and to meet all their own expenses other than accommodation and working space.

Please note: These residencies do not offer a fee or any per diems.

Metal’s Venues

Chalkwell Hall – Southend

Metal’s space in Southend on Sea, Chalkwell Hall is a stunning Georgian Manor House built in 1830 recently renovated by Metal into a low carbon house for the development of artistic ideas. It has flexible working space, two double bedrooms, a magnificent dining room and a year round programme of artist’s residencies and multi-disciplinary projects and events.

Edge Hill Station – Liverpool

Metal’s space in Liverpool, Edge Hill Station is the oldest passenger railway station in the world. Built in 1836 the space is an inspiring location for the creation of work. The space lends itself to the creation of visual art due to the size and industrial nature of the buildings, however, we will also consider applications from writers, theatre practitioners and start-up creative industries such as graphic designers, architects etc.

Chauffeurs Cottage – Peterborough

Originally a residential property in the Cathedral grounds, Chauffeurs Cottage was recently renovated by Metal into a hub of flexible office, studio, performance and meeting spaces. There are also dedicated facilities for sound recording and digital production and a large courtyard with a grand entrance gate that is part of the original Cathedral wall. It is in the heart of Peterborough’s beautiful medieval city centre.

To apply click here.
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Aug 13

The UAG Biannual Banner Project-Off the Wall

Exhibition Proposal - Deadline: December 20, 2014 Fee (USD): $35

The NMSU University Art Gallery invites proposals for solo, group, and curated exhibitions, open to all media including but not limited to: ceramics, glass, sculpture, painting, drawing, printmaking, new media, video, performance, sound, and installation. Proposals will accepted for exhibitions which fill the full University Gallery Space, or which are created for sections of the gallery space (please see gallery floor plan to reference any specific layout of gallery space.)

An Exhibition Review Board, made up of community members, arts professionals, and NMSU art faculty will review proposals biannually (December and June) in a two-part process. Completing this application is the first step in the review process. If accepted for round two – you will be asked to submit a more detailed proposal with a longer description of the project and more supporting images. Please see our website for full prospectus:



Aug 6

Digital Fabrication Residency

The Digital Fabrication Residency is a hands-on online intensive incubator for visual artists, designers and creatives with the desire to incorporate digital fabrication into their work to achieve highly specialized production for individual projects and public art commissions. The residency utilizes online collaborative tools to enable learning; consultation and idea development catered to the individual project needs of participants. This is an opportunity for artists, designers and creatives to engage in building and expanding their knowledge of digital tools, learn resources, exclusive workflows, and directly connect with other professionals in curatorial fields, related organizations, fabrication specialists, and innovators in 'making'.

The Digital Fabrication Residency helps visual artists, designers and creatives reach real-world results with feasible workflows that will enhance not only the physical output of creativity but also gain a competitive edge with project visualization tools for future RFP's and professional opportunities that represent professional level presentation in today's art and design fields.

• The residency will include online group discussions, visiting speakers and workshops all utilizing interactive technologies readily available in today's global workplace.
• Real face-to-face time online with other residents, mentors and special guest speakers.
• The Digital Fabrication Residency is designed to work with your busy schedule.
• Using your smart device or computer connected to high-speed internet, you are connected to an incubator that will change your ideas about making.
• Professional level software workflows cover designing, modeling, engineering parts, file preparation, locating CNC related services and insider tips on professional level services providers for machine output.
• Each resident has the opportunity to submit up to 5 files to be 3D printed as part of the residency. *
• Learn about how to integrate innovative fabrication processes such as CNC milling, lasers, 3D printing, digital embroidery, textile printing, and electronics into your projects.
Be part of the BETA group with this pioneering model for residency exchange and gain experience with dedicated professional artists, fabricators and industry professionals at the forefront and dedicated to the digital craft of making.
Application Deadline: September 1, 2014 11:59 pm
Residency Dates:
Fall Full Session (3 months): September 15,2014 - December 5, 2014
Fall Part 1 (6 Week Session): September 15, 2014 - October 24, 2014
Fall Part 2 (6 Week Session): November 3, 2014 - December 12, 2014
To learn more about the Digital Fabrication Residency visit
To apply to the Digital Fabrication Residency visit

There is a $15 USD application fee and the cost of the residency is outlined on the Apply page of

* Terms and conditions apply.


Aug 5

Takeout Drawing(Seoul, Korea) Cafe Residency 2014-2015 Open Call

Cafe Residency 2014-2015
Call for Entries

Takeout Drawing’s Cafe Residency is a program that offers the artists two months of free usage of the space for their creative work. Unlike institutionalized places of art, the program takes the cafe as a public space and experiments on its creative possibility.
It engages the audience and shows the creative process spontaneously, drawing attention to the act of creation away from its end result. The exhibition of the creative process of each artist is held for one month. Takeout Draw-ing appropriates part of its sales for financial support in their creative activities.

All fields related with drawing such as art, design,architecture and literature

Drawing that changes the world

· Artist, organizer of events or curator+ 1 team of artists or project team
· The artist is supported with a partner for the residency: organizer of events or
curator. (partnership)
· Organizer curator can propose the residency with a project proposal and recommend an artist’s residency and work along with the residency program.

· Cafe Residency for 2 months, support for solo exhibition, fixed amount of fund for creation
· Opportunity of being introduced in the publication of Drawing 2014-2015

Submitting 1 application form and 1 portfolio
Request for application form via email:
(Subject Line: 2014-2015 Residency Application Form Request)

Send the filled application form to:
and please send the portfolio and/or video in CD(avi format) form via post(mark on the envelope, 2014-2015 Residency Application) to the address:

To the attention of the Person in Charge of Residency,
252 Itaewon-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, Korea (South)

*Inquiries are received through email only.


Aug 1

1335MABINI Gallery, Artist-in-Residence Program Manila (AiRPManila)


Launched in April 2013, the AiRPManila welcomes artists, curators, researchers and writers as well as institutions and ministries to apply for residencies with a minimum duration of one month and a maximum of three months. Bearing interest in the creative process, the proposed projects are considered to be temporary and not necessarily bound to an exhibition in 1335MABINI's exhibition spaces.

The property of 1335MABINI includes a 350 square meter studio and living space as well as two exhibition spaces for contemporary art. AiRPManila provides air-conditioned bedrooms with private bath (without water heater), shared studio spaces and a common space.


Our endeavor to create a platform for social learning and to promote participation and responsibility shall encourage the exchange participant to knowledge-sharing and further contributions to the critical dialogue within a self-reflective environment. AiRPManila aims to support and promote creative investigation and the development of the global dialog through cross-cultural exchange.


Jul 29

Residency open call in Iceland

We are now taking applications for the winter residency program in Husavik, Iceland. This residency is an opportunity to escape the everyday life and reflect on the north of Iceland's natural surroundings. We are looking for any kind of creative art. The application deadline is on 15th of August and there are places from 15th of September to 15th of November, and again from 15th of January to 15th of April. If you're interested check out our residency page:


Jul 25

Forest Studio Residency

Stour Valley Arts offers artists working in any discipline the opportunity to undertake self-directed residencies in our newly converted Forest Studio on the edge of King’s Wood, Challock.

Forest Studio is a free of charge, and free to apply, residency. This residency is fundamentally about process rather than production and can last either 2 or 3 weeks. During this residency you might explore the forest and be inspired, test a new idea or way of working, or just get away from the daily routines of the studio. This resource offers you the opportunity to invest focussed time and thought in your practice without the demands or expectations of making resolved new works.

There is no deadline for applications, but the selection panel meets twice a year with the next meeting due to take place on Thursday 21st August 2014. For more information go to our website or email us at


Jul 22

PREMC - an art residency in Orissa, India

The first thing you have to know about PREMC is that this is NOT the typical art residency, but this will be the time of your life!
In fact, while you will have free time to work on your personal project, PREMC will concentrate on discovering Indian culture – the one practice in Orissa, to be precise. Therefore, your weeks will be divided in two: the first part of the week, will be about learning, through participating in local festivals, going into the houses of people (who will tell you about their rituals, daily life and beliefs), attending talks given by specialists (university teachers, professional artists, priests) and visiting temples and other important places in the surrounding area. In the second half of the week, we will give you time to breath as no activities will be planned, it’s time for you to transform all this inspirational matter into your own creativity and art projects!

The residency will welcome 30 artists from January 12th to February 12th 2015 ; the cost is 250 US $ per week (1000$ in total) and includes accommodation, food, weekend visits and participation to all activities.


Jul 16



The HERE Creative Center ( is a non-profit organisation based in a formerly abandoned Fish Factory in the small village of Stöðvarfjörður in the East of Iceland. Within the center is a creative community of people and many projects are currently taking place.

We offer a residency program for multi disciplinary practice; Art, Dance, Music, Literature, Craft & Design. The stay varies from 1-2 months and we can house up to 3 artists at a time. Longer stay is also possible pending special arrangement. We offer a cosy apartment situated in the heart of the town and 2 min walk from the Factory. The apartment has a kitchen and bathroom, 2 large bedrooms with desks and one small

The facility in the Factory is very spacious and offers many possibilities. Artists have a large workspace and the possibility to use fully equipped workshops and professional assistance. Artists also have access to large amounts of material and paint of many sorts.

In August and September 2014 we still have one vacancy. October, November and December we have vacancies for three Artists. All slots of 2015 are available at this time.

The Monthly fee for the bigger bedrooms and facility varies from 600-750 Euros.
For the small bedroom and facility the fee varies from 500-650 Euros.

For detailed information please visit our website and under the tab Here-In-Residency you can find the information. If you have any questions please contact us:


Jul 16


Organized by CRACK Trust

Application Deadline: 15 September 2014
Finalist Announcement: 30 September 2014
Camp Date: 25-30 December 2014
Open Day: 30 December 2014
Venue: Smaran Matsya-beej Khamar, Rahimpur (adjacent to Dhaka-Kushtia highway), Kushtia, Bangladesh.

Introduction/ Background:
Artist Shawon Akand and artist Delowar Hossain’s meeting had germinated the crucial idea of this platform in 2007. The initiators conceived a melting pot for artists and creative minds coming from diverse fields of praxis to come together and explore each other’s artistic realms. Eventually this platform is now constituted as a non-profit arts trust (CRACK Trust) which is primarily based in Bangladesh and also charting new artistic arenas globally.
At CRACK Trust we believe that Art is a complex process and it could not be separated from life and ways of living. We think that every form of art has inter-relation and it is necessary to develop vigorous inter linkages between every field of culture to create a favorable environment for the progress of artistic practices. In this light, apart from visual artists, CRACK also engages creative people from various disciplines, including but not limited to theatre activists, photographers, film makers, musicians, psychologists, singers, poets, writers, journalists, actors, anthropologist, folklorists, historians, art critics and so on.

Objective & Purpose:
1. CRACK International Art Camp(CIAC) focuses on promoting young artists & thinkers by giving them space & momentum for flourishing their talent on an international basis.
2. CIAC is building a potential cross-cultural relationship keeping away from the conventional corporate culture.
3. Exchange of thoughts, ideas, concepts & beliefs will accelerate seamlessly through CIAC.
4. CIAC facilitates the participants coming from across the world with the philosophical basis to think independently out of basket.
5. Telescoping scope for practicing Art & Culture across the border. Involvement with multi-cultural participants will definitely click fresh, positive and new ideas for anyone involved in this art camp.
6. Sharing and caring for cross-cultural art will aim at the establishment of an eco-friendly platform. A way out from the monotonous urban life, spending some days in the lap of nature and catching up with the beats of pastoral Bengali folks are exactly what every artist might be thirsting for!
7. Brain-refreshing rather than brainstorming - the purpose of the camp is to provide the participants with a sound environment to relax their minds and share their views and insights about art works with each other.

Who can attend?
• CIAC is open for all art loving, cultural-minded people across the globe. It calls for artists in a broad sense from visual or conventional art media to the multidisciplinary periphery (poets, writers, journalists, singers or musicians, film makers, photographers and so on).
• Even though there is no age limitation to become a CIAC participant, young artists will be given priority.
• The CIAC is targeted to adventurous and enthusiastic persons who can accept challenges to comfortable living. People accustomed to luxurious suite and feasts are firmly discouraged to join the CIAC.

How to apply?
The CAMP is absolutely Registration FREE!
The applicants are requested to submit the following materials to the Crack International Art Camp [CIAC] ( and Curator (
1. A complete portfolio including brief Biography/CV
2. A short paragraph on ‘The reasons I find CRACK INTERNATIONAL ART CAMP, KUSHTIA interesting’.
3. Copy of Passport (for international participants only)
4. Two Recommendation letters

Please submit your application electronically to our official email address:
Nilanjana Nandy
Curator of the 8th edition, CIAC 2014

What will be provided by CRACK?
Food & Accommodation: CRACK will bear the cost of food and accommodation for the participants at Kushtia only. The food and accommodation will be managed from local sources. People interested in local cuisine in a local setting are highly encouraged to join.
Interpreter & guide: For the international participants CRACK Team will provide an interpreter and guide for better understanding of the local language and cultural gesture.

Participant’s Responsibility:
Transportation Cost: The participant(s) will have to bear the entire transportation cost regardless of the country of origin.
Cost of Art Materials: According to their project parameter the participants will have to bear all the material costs themselves.
N.B: The participants need not to come up with a predetermined plan of action. Rather, the idea can be generated on the spot.

Application deadline:
Applications regarding joining the camp must be submitted by 15 September, 2014.
Selected applicants will receive a confirmation letter through e-mail by 30 September, 2013.

Estimated Schedule:
• Reporting at Dhaka: 23 Dec, 2014
• Reporting at Kushtia: 24 Dec, 2014
• Camp held from 25 December to 30 December 2014
• Open day: 30 December 2013

Places of interest:
Kushtia, situated in a geographically prominent place, bears the memorial of two of the greatest philosophers & artists of Bengal, Rabindranath Tagore & Lalon Fakir. It attracts the art loving people around the world for the following features:
• The Kuthi Bari of Rabindranath Tagore
• The Akhra of Lalon Fakir
• Handloom textile
• Garai River
• Residence and Press of Kangal Harinath
• Residence of Mir Mossaraf Hossain

If you have any more queries please contact with us
Phone: +88 01712 122415
Nilanjana Nandy
Curator, 8th edition, CIAC 2014
Phone: +91 9871041128


Jul 15

Alaska AIR

Bunnell Street Arts Center presents Artist in Residence in Homer, Alaska. Located by the shore of Bishop's Beach overlooking Kachemak Bay, Bunnell is a multi-disciplinary space for creating and presenting innovative art in all media. Artists are provided with a private bedroom and shared kitchen/living facilities above the Arts Center. For a residency, Bunnell's exhibit space (300 sq meters) is the artists studio space. Artists receive a US$1000 stipend and up to $1000 RT stipend.

Bunnell Street Arts Center presents an Artist In Residence program for visiting artists from Alaska, US and International artists to create and share artwork that activates the Arts Center’s space and surrounding outdoor neighborhood sites. Bunnell’s Artist in Residence presents opportunities through art to explore creative placemaking, shared values and communal stewardship.

Bunnells seeks artist-led projects featuring community engagement through art such as poetry, new media, music, ephemeral art, dance, painting, theater, installation, creative writing, or sculpture at the arts center and neighborhood sites such as Bishop’s Beach and Beluga Slough.

To apply, register with and submit a one page statement of intent, one-page resume and five work samples and $25 application fee by October 1, 2015. Residencies will be awarded by December 1, 2014 and scheduled for March-May 2015. Do not submit applications directly to Bunnell Arts Center.


Jul 13

DELICEIRAS18 / temporary art community

We seek two artists for the new, experimental project DELICEIRAS18 located in a residential house in Porto, Portugal transformed into an art space. The first artist-in-residency round starts on the 1st of August but you can also apply for following months. Dates of each residency will be set with each artist depending on their individual project.

The DELICEIRAS18 project is located in a very old, two-story house in Porto, Portugal which seems to organically adapt to the form of the city itself, consisting of no perpendicular lines, with floors sloping and sounds of human and seagulls daily life entering through wooden old windows creating in the interior a constant quasimusical blend of noises. The house is situated in a very particular place, although right in the middle of a triangle created by three most central metro stations: Trindade, Aliados and Bolhão, its entrance stays hidden in a tiny bystreet, overlooked by tourists and bustling with local life. The everyday reality of the bystreet is even more curious due to a very particular combination of the house neighbors, formed by an old shoemaker's workshop, a motorcycle club and a traditional bar. The kitchen and upper toilet of the house face a brothel.

The aim of the project is to connect with the immediate environment of the house and explore borders between private and public by living, creating and exhibiting in one and the same space. The project is addressed to artists from all disciplines who want to spend a month, take an active part in the transformation within a temporary interdisciplinary art collective and realize a site-specific project in the house.

You will stay in a private room with a desk and pallet bed. The house interior will be newly painted in white color. You can use as a studio and work installment space as well your room as any other place in the house, including bathrooms, kitchen and corridors. The final result will be presented in the same space within last days of the project. During the work process we will collectively decide on the form and exact dates of the exhibition.

During your stay we will assist you with your working and personal needs and introduce you to the art scene of Porto and other parallel art projects. The residency is initially planned to last for one month but there is a possibility to extend your stay even up to one year.

4 private bedrooms/ateliers of approx. 20 m² each
fully equipped little kitchen and dining room
2 bathrooms and one small toilet
DIY silkscreen printing and cyanotype studio
storage room / can be used as a darkroom
Wi-Fi connection

We have a little garden in the MUSAS community gardens that you are also welcome to use as a studio.

The project has non-profit character and is self-funded. Each participant will pay the monthly rent of the house that is 105 € + 70 € expenses (including electricity, gas, water, internet, toilet paper and eco-friendly cleaning detergents). You will need to cover your own trip to Porto and food.

We will review applications on a rolling basis so we advice you to apply as soon as possible.

Please send anything you find relevant to show your interest areas and previous works to Make sure you include a short text explaining your motivation to stay, work and exhibit in this particular space. Optionally you can include a short description of a project you wish to realize here. An interest to help with painting and other preparatory works will be taken as an advantage however is not mandatory.

After receiving sufficient applications we will carry out Skype interviews with shortlisted candidates.

Find out more at:

Travessa de Liceiras 18
4000-323 Porto


Jul 10

Call for Artist - Free Publicity

The Art Nomad (TAN) offers all artists, at any level in their careers, an opportunity to showcase their works to a worldwide audience as well as a chance to tell us all about yourself: What inspires you? What motivates you? What is your process of going from concept to creation?

Weekly, the editors of TAN will select a number of artists to feature on this art blog. Featured artists will receive a dedicated page showcasing their talents as well as an interview.

This Call for Artists is open for artists working in the following mediums:

Drawing | Print | Installation Art | Mixed Media | Painting | Photography | Sculpture | Film | Multimedia

Interested artists should submit 5 images of your work, your CV or Artist’s Statement and your web link to this email:

This Call for Artists is completely FREE.

By submitting to TAN, each artist confirms that they hold all intellectual property rights in the work and that they have obtained prior written approval for the use of any third party copyrighted material contained in the submitted work.

Artists will allow the work to be used by TAN for the purposes of promoting TAN including via press and websites in all territories.

Copyright of all works remains the property of the artist. Any enquiries for copyright will be referred to the artist.


Jul 9

Artists network, exchange programs and new opportunities

Hello fellow artists, Dancers/choreographers!
My name is pamela, I have a degree in Theatre Arts with special interest in dance and choreography . I have organised several kids & youth clubs teaching drama and dance. I also organised holiday craft events where I teach kids how to produce dance-related craft and props, which they take pride in using as part of their performances.

I am very passionate about Dance, especially using dance as healing(therapy) and social toolfor abused, challenged/special need kids and kids in general.

I am actually looking for professional development/exchange opportunity, residency/fellowship opportunity for an emerging international artist. I am passionate about children's theatre especially dance/choreography.I create new dance forms bringing together African dance & western dance to form a unique blend that gets kids excited, motivated and enthused.

I would like to get in touch with artists and like minded people to exchange experiences and create a network.
If you are interested contact me.


Jul 8


DEADLINE: JULY 31, 2014 midnight DOWNLOAD APPLICATION AT: For information contact: Aisha Jordan,

PERFORMING ARTS RESIDENCY PROGRAM OVERVIEW Casita Maria Center for Arts & Education is currently accepting applications for its Performing Artists Residency Program. This initiative will highlight emerging artists in the performing arts: music, theater, performance art, poetry, and dance. Past Performing Artist Residents include: Bobby Sanabria, Intikana, "La Bruja" Caridad de la Luz, The Peace Poets, Milteri Tucker and Bombazo Dance Co., Sita Frederick and Areytos Performance Works, Circa '95, Cynthia Paniagua, Full Circle Productions and Michael Paul Britto. This three-week, process-oriented residency is awarded to five individual Artists per year. Through an application and juried selection process, the program will provide much needed rehearsal space, performance venue, stipend and arts opportunities for the Artists/Arts groups while providing our community with rich arts-based culture right here in their neighborhood. ELIGIBILITY: All New York-based artists are welcome to apply. All applicants’ work should be based on an already in-progress work along with two-hour community engagement component (e.g.: an artist talk, workshop). With Casita Maria’s commitment to local artists, preference will be given to Bronx-based applicants. Only artists who apply through this call or are nominated by outside Bronx organizations will be considered. Artists who have been awarded a Casita Maria Performing Arts Residency must wait two years before applying again. This year’s jurors include representatives from established arts organizations and former Casita Maria Performing Arts Residency Artists.

Casita Maria is an 80-year old South Bronx-based community arts and educational organization that presents diverse, contemporary visual and performing arts and education programming for all ages. We offer a wide range of interdisciplinary arts and cultural programs for both youth and adults, including an expansive after-school and in-school arts program. To find out more about our history and programs please visit:


Jul 5


WOLO Artist Residency in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Brief Description:
Located at the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the residency is a collaboration between the WOLO Bukit Bintang Hotel and the renowned art gallery, Wei-Ling Gallery. The objective of the residency is for international artists to live and work in the center of Kuala Lumpur for two months to realize a project that draws upon the identity of Malaysia. Selected artists will be invited to come to Kuala Lumpur to spend two months in the bustling city, whilst practicing their respective disciplines (paint, photography, video, light, sculpture, etc.)

As the residency is situated in a boutique hotel in the middle of the Bukit Bintang district in Kuala Lumpur, the project should be community based and must result in at least one finished work of art which will eventually find its permanent home in the hotel/development.

The WOLO Artist Residency accepts applications from artists who show a deep commitment to their work. The artist can practice in any discipline (paint, photography, video, light, sculpture) but the project should remain true to the artist's body of work. Applications should include the application form, a selection of 10 jpeg images from the past two years (including short write-ups about each piece), a statement of how this residency would benefit you personally and a proposal on the project you wish to pursue during your residency. For more information, please see website.

The program will be fully funded for two months and will include studio space, lodging in a modern boutique hotel in the middle of Kuala Lumpur, daily breakfast, monthly stipend, as well as return airfare for international artists (up to USD 900/EUR 600 per airfare!)

Please visit our website for more information:Wolo Artist Residency


Jun 26

Kastela apartments near Split, Croatia

Many visitors that want to come to Croatia want to rest in joy in a calm weather , sunny sky and clear blue sea. There are many of those places in Croatia and one of them is a place called Kastela near town Split, Croatia. There are 7 Kastela towers and they are called Kastel Stafilic, Kastel Novi, Kastel Stari, Kastel Luksic, Kastel Kambelovac, Kastel Gomilica and Kastel Sucurac. Also there are many beaches in Kastela near Spit, Croatia and one of the most famous is in Resnik, Kastel Stafilic. Kastel Stafilic is the best location to rent apartments as there is alot of sense in peace and quiet atmosphere. There is also an airport nearby but once you get used to it you won't even hear those planes flying by. Most tourists in Kastela are Chechs, Polish, German and English people and some of those people also come to Marina in Kastel Gomlilica so they rent boats to go to further islands and have fun. There are towns near Kastela and one of them is Split as mentioned and is about 10 km away, town Solin is 5 km away and town Trogir is 7 km away. They are all connected by Kastela bay. It is also a good resource to catch fish and some small boats can be rented and with instructors after you catch some of them you can grill at some apartment in Kastela.

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Jun 24


The ANDEAN ARTISTIC RESEARCH LABORATORIES is a short stay program where dialogue, exchange, collaboration and experimentation among researchers and artists of different generations, disciplines and nationalities creating a basis for a unique artistic and learning experience.

This year we present the VISIONARY ARTS LAB – OPEN CALL 2014, open to eight artists and art researchers selected among the applicants by a committee. The programme lasts ten days during which the participants attend round-tables, seminars and workshops run by invited artists and guest lecturers, as well as participate in guided visits to cultural and natural sites and offer conferences to the local populations.

We are looking for contemporary artistic practices and research that involve visual arts (ceramics, drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, design, crafts, photography, video, filmmaking and architecture) and/or performing arts (dance, music, theatre, circus, magic) related to visionary art and human sustainability. Visionary art understood as art practices that purports to transcend the physical world and portray a wider vision of awareness. We are also interested in curatorial practices, non-formal education and the production of events related to visionary art and the promotion of cultures of sustainability.

- Create a space of exchange, collaboration and dialogue among visionary art researchers and artists
- Strengten visionary art projects and artistic researches that are in-progress
- Be acquainted with the ancient visionary art and architecture of the Chavin de Huantar Ceremonial Centre
- Promote art and cultural practices that relate to cultures of sustainability and contribute to new civilizational paradigms

10 days
From the 2nd to the 12th of October, 2014
Chavin de Huantar, Huari and Huaraz

CONSTANTINO MANUEL TORRES, art historian, archaeologist and ethnobotanist
DONNA TORRES, painter and illustrator
JONATHAN OTT, ethnobotanist, writer, translator, publisher, natural products chemist and botanical researcher
ANA MARIA LLAMAZARES, anthropologist and paradigm change researcher
GIORGIO SAMORINI, ethnobotanist and psychedelics researcher

For more information about the tutors go to this link:


- Spanish
- English

The application and all required materials must be sent by the 31st of July 2014. For guidelines and application process here:

- Round-tables
- Group tutorials
- Individual meetings
- Visit to Chavin Ceremonial Centre and Museum
- Visit to Lake Purhuay and Llamacorral Shrine
(*) there will also be available free reflection time for artists/researchers


Jun 19

Art connection

Hello, I'd like to create a kind of art connection, which unite artists and critics from different countries. If you're interested, please mail me.

Filip Wierzbicki-Nowak


Jun 15

Open Call for International Artists

Greetings to all....

Let´s keep this part simple...
Check us out here...

Apply here....

Direct your inquiries to:


Thank you


Jun 14

São João: An experimental rural residency in Rio de Janeiro´s gorgeous countryside!

The São João residency Program is a rural residency focusing on experimentation and multidisciplinarity, establishing dialogues and partnerships among residents. We´re open to all artistic media (music, art, writing, video, etc), as well as all fields of research. We are located in a historic coffee farm from the colonial period, in the beautiful north of Rio de janeiro. We have a rehearsal space, artist studios, offices, swimming pool and a cascade. The fee includes all meals, accomodation, laundry, cleaning and local transportation. The organization mediates debates, readings, studio visits and trekkings in the surrounding countryside. Applications are open until the 07th July. Apply!


O programa de residencias São João recebe anualmente um grupo multi-disciplinar heterogeneo para um mes de residencia, com foco na experimentação e na colaboração, assim como na vivencia em contexto rural e na abordagem crítica. Somos abertos à todas as mídias artísticas (música, vídeo, desenho, etc) assim como à pesquisadores de todas as áreas.

Nesta edição temos uma bolsa integral para um projeto na área de agricultura/ecologia/botanica que traga um aporte concreto ao local. A residencia se situa numa fazenda colonial da época do café, situada no norte do estado do Rio de Janeiro. Artistas e musicos de varias partes do mundo já passaram pelo projeto, que este ano recebe um bolsista premiado pelo salão parisiense Jeune Création, escolhido entre 2300 portifolios.
Há uma taxa de participação de 950R$ que cobre integralmente os custos de alimentação, hospedagem, lavanderia e traslados; a residencia não tem fins lucrativos. São João conta com atelies, escritórios, salão de ensaio, piscina e cachoeira. Os organizadores se encarregam de mediar visitas ao atelies, debates, workshops, etc. As inscrições estão abertas até o dia 7 de Julho!


Jun 11


Hello Artists and film lovers of Turkey!

I´m writing to ask you information about the cinema and film industry in Turkey. I would really appreciate your time and effort for any information you may provide me with.
As I´m not quite sure to whom I should approach I have dare to contact you, since I have seen in your website a wide display of cultural and artistic information.

I´m an English teacher , and a visual artist moving to Turkey in September. I´m moving there with my husband who is a professional film projectionist and a film maker.

How many cinemas are in there?
Are there many alternative cinemas ?
Are there many film productions?

May you know any jobsearch site?

As I´m very interested in culture and art I´m also very interested in visiting this places to enjoy the multicultural side of Turkey.
I would compensate the info with a portrait or landscape digital painting!!!

I would very pleased with any response, which I would find very kind.

Thanks so much again for your time,


Jun 3

Ceramic workshop - Elena, Bulgaria

The initial aim of the workshop is to revive the Medieval ceramic technique from the 2nd Bulgarian Kingdom. This particular ceramic
was produced for a high-rank citizen as dining dishes and wall decoration. The technique is forgotten until the archeological research in 70's in Tsarevets - Veliko Turnovo.
Master Valentin Dimitrov decided to repeat the old tradition of ceramic technique and decoration. The studio is situated in Elena, a small old town near the ancient capital in the heart of the Balkan-mountains. Suitable for pottery production, ceramic jewelry and sculpture.

Summer and autumn workshops are open from August on. The studio is suitable for groups of 6-8 people for 10 days period chosen by the group*
We are inviting artists and ceramic enthusiasts to join us. Artists from other fields, willing to explore the environment using their own media are very welcome as well.

We are open for group of individual proposals during the whole year. Please mention the residential period you prefer, the interest of your exploration, and short bio. The application must be send minimum a month before your arrival. We will respond back with details and invitation in a week.

Studio facilities:
- red and white ceramic production machines –milling machines, press and mixing machines.
- pottery wheels, slab rollers, different sizes kilns.
- angoba, glazes, moulds and additional tools.

Prize - 680 EUR per person/ 10 days intensive workshop
The price includes
- Transportation inside the country and a guided tour in Veliko Turnovo.
- Workshops and open studio as scheduled with all the materials included, available constantly.
- Assistant/teacher available for the whole period.
- Shared rooms with 2-3 beds above the studio.
- 3 meals per day of delicious Bulgarian food or by choice of the group.
- The participants receive master certificate for Medieval Bulgarian ceramic.

*The residence period can vary and the fee can be negotiated according to the length of stay and the type of activity.
* The area is inviting for different activities and leisure like: open-air painting, drawing, woodcarving, site interventions, field recording, river fishing, and mountain hiking according to the group preferences and motivation.


May 1

De Nieuwe Ruimte

Derde Wal wil in het seizoen van 2014/2015 interactie, experiment en uitwisseling van artistieke opvattingen over de publieke ruimte van het Waalfront in Nijmegen onderzoeken en presenteren. Dit project krijgt de titel De Nieuwe Ruimte.

De plannen van de gemeente Nijmegen voor het Waalfront zijn helaas uitgesteld. Hierop willen we graag anticiperen door het Waalfront levendig en aantrekkelijk te houden, zonder dat we ons willen mengen in details van de invulling ervan. Van belang is de situatie die nu is ontstaan en met deze gedachte zullen er kunstenaars geselecteerd worden
Derde Wal geeft in dit project ruimte en tijd aan beeldend kunstenaars en biedt hen de gelegenheid te experimenteren in de openbare ruimte van het Waalfront. Deze projecten in de buitenruimte zijn tijdelijk en willen aantonen hoe het nog onontgonnen gebied van het Waalfront kan groeien.

Derde Wal nodigt kunstenaars uit een positie in te nemen. We vragen kunstenaars een nieuw, confronterend, verruimend of verrassend perspectief te geven op de ruimte van het Waalfront.

Stuur een voorstel en een klein portfolio vergezeld van een cv naar


Apr 15

GRANITI MURALES *** spend some time in Sicily

artists residence - the vehicle for the art

Graniti is a city in the province of Messina in the Italian region Sicily with 1555 inhabitants. The town was founded by the Arabs.
Just 10 minutes by car from the seaside, Taormina and Giardini Naxos and close to the Alcantara Gorge lies Graniti on a mountainside - below a manicured pine forest.

The community of Graniti is offering residencies to national and international artists.

Visitors get more information about GRANITI MURALIS in our Visitor Center.


Mar 28



a project by

The free podcast radio ESTMAN RADIO is growing steadily since its launch
in the beginning of February at Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen.
Sounds, music tracks and radio plays are only a few examples for the variety
of contributions that have already been submitted.
Listen for yourself : 

Do you also want to contribute?
Send your file as a mp3 with your name, a title and a synopsis directly to

M. +39 349 2433179 | +39 388 7759358 | | |


Mar 13


Artist retreat in the french alps, 1 hour from Geneva. Luxury accommodation in private gardens in a village in the vallee d'abondance. The is run/owned by a family of artists some of which well published. Great atmosphere of enjoyment, sharing and learning. Suitable for photographers, film, sculpture, painting and writing. Please enquire via


Mar 5

Call for Portfolios

Emergent Art Space is a non-profit, international organization created to connect and support student artists from around the world. EAS is currently accepting portfolio submissions from artists currently in school or under the age of 28

The website provides a much needed exhibition space for young artists, while creating an international social network. It accepts portfolios from student artists, hosting their works, comments, thoughts, interviews, and exchange of ideas.

EAS hosts theme, curated, and juried shows, as well as a forum for discussion, art critiques, art news, and conversations about both art theory and art practice.

Participate in a Global Conversation

Register and submit your portfolio at


Mar 3

Call for submissions: Spring 2014 Residency at EasternBloc


Deadline for submissions: 4 April 2014, 5pm
Production residency: 5 May – 15 June 2014
Public presentation: 19 – 22 June 2014

Eastern Bloc’ media lab is a space for experimenting, learning, theorizing and creating – a place to further develop systems-based, networked, generative and hybrid practices through an artist-led discourse. The lab is a site of convergence for artists (both emerging and established), professionals, students, technicians, theorists and curators – encouraged to work side by side, supporting one another conceptually as well as technically.

Eastern Bloc’s residency program, with its three residencies per year (Fall, Winter, Spring), is a chance for artists and audiences to critically engage in the artistic process, with a focus on DIY and open source culture as well as and the political discourse surrounding contemporary digital culture, and a special consideration for pedagogy and technological democratization.

For the upcoming Spring residency, artists (or artist collectives) are asked to submit a project in one or more of the following disciplines: Net art, interactive installation/performance, bio art, audio/video installation, audio/video performance, sound performance, public intervention.

Please include in the project description how the proposed project responds to the following criteria (the artistic merit of your application will be judged based on these criteria):

Puts forward a process of exploration/risk-taking/experimentation within a public context
Presents critically engaged content
Exploits the material framework and conceptual parameters of the mediums and technologies used
Use of multiple platforms/systems/networks and/or use of open source technologies
Explores current trends in digital culture
Investigates the digital language and its norms and structures
Looks to build upon or challenge the normative structures of New Media art production and exhibition

The selected artist or artist collective will benefit from a 6 week production residency in the Eastern Bloc lab (5 May – 15 June 2014), followed by 4 days to present the completed work or work-in-progress in one of the centre’s gallery spaces (19 - 22 June 2014). The artist or collective will benefit from the following services:

Open access to the research & production lab
Guided technical assistance during the 6 week production period (provided by the Lab Coordinator and/or a lab volunteer)
Access to the lab’s equipment and tools (click here for detailed list of lab equipment and tools)
Access to small storage space for materials and personal equipment
A maximum of 10 hours of in-gallery technical assistance for the installation and dismantle of the project before and after the presentation period
Photo and video documentation of the residency process (including production, exhibition, workshop and artist talk)

The selected artist or collective is required to give at least one workshop, on a related subject, in the lab (open to Eastern Bloc’s members and the general community, maximum of 15 participants); as well as give an artist talk (open to the general public) about the project created while in residency at Eastern Bloc. The selected artist or collective will receive a total fee of $1150 for the residency (including production, presentation and workshop).

Artists must submit the following:
Artistic statement (max 250 words)
Detailed description of the project including technical requirements (max 500 words)
Bio and up-to-date CV of all collaborators
Support material of current or past works (max. 10 images and/or 3 audio/video excerpts)

All completed submissions must be sent by email to no later than 5pm on April 4th, 2014.


Feb 24

Residency program 2014 | Call for submissions

Residency Program
Deadline : April 15th 2014

Run by artists, for artists, le Cabinet is the ideal laboratory for creating in a professional and stimulating environment. This non-profit organization specializes in contemporary photography, supports the careers of its members by offering an affordable workspace equipped with specialized gear, and offers a professional digital printing service for the production of museum quality art works. New in the Montreal area, it also offers a wide range of services to support designers in their artistic production.


Le Cabinet’s research and production residency program invites artists from all backgrounds to develop a project related to the photographic medium. With its mission to encourage and stimulate research and development of artistic practices, le Cabinet offers a unique opportunity for residents to share their studio on a continuous basis. Whether developing a new project or for the production of an upcoming exhibition, it’s the ideal residency for any artist who wishes to work in a uniquely creative and specialized environment.

Residents enjoy stimulating encounters with other members during opening hours, and benefit from personalized support service; employees at le Cabinet support residents during their journey by offering their expertise for technical assistance or support the development of specific project and/or career plan according to the individuals needs. Finally, at the end of your residency, a public presentation of your work in progress can be organized within the framework of our Consultations evenings.

Each resident is offered:

- Unlimited 24/7 access
- Assigned workspace within le Cabinet
- Access to common area – lounge and kitchen
- Access to specialized equipment* (calibrated screens, scanners)
- Collaboration with technicians for printing images*
- Wi-Fi internet connection
- Artist page on our website
- Social network visibility
- 15% discount on all prints made at during your artist residency
*by appointments only (during business hours)

350$/month plus taxes (one month minimum).
With a residency of two months or more, le Cabinet is please to offer our membership card!

Email us your complete application with:

- The form duly completed;
- A curriculum vitæ;
- Visual documentation
(as specified in the form).

DEADLINE : April 15th 2014

Any questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us!
+1 514 507 7591


Feb 19

Artists in Residence program

Studio21, a wing of CIMA Gallery, Calcutta, one of India’s leading contemporary art centres, has launched an Artists in Residence program. The program is designed for persons in the creative Arts – artists, writers, musicians and research scholars.
The aim is to present an opportunity to interact and exchange ideas and practices, which would mutually enrich the visiting artist and local, creative arts community.
Studio21 has over the last five years, established a reputation of showing experimental, new and innovative works, which reflects the cross-currents of influences of a cosmopolitan, artistic and literate society. Its moorings are Indian but its practices are non-traditional.
The residences are in the heart of Calcutta and in safe and secure locations. They are modern, fully-equipped apartments.
The residency period is for four weeks, at the end of which, the visiting artist can exhibit or do a presentation of their study in the gallery space of Studio21.
For more detailed information, do visit:
We hope your department / Program will consider this Residency project for its students and faculty.
Best Wishes,
Manas Acharya Pratiti Basu Sarkar
(Curator,coordinator – Studio21) (Chief Administrator – CIMA Gallery)


Feb 6

Artist Residency Tasmania (Australia)

Only 15 minutes from world famous MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) Our artist's residency will give you access to art tutors, studio space, Gallery to exhibit your works and comfortable private accommodation with shared dining and bathrooms facilities.
Residency programs starting from 2 weeks @ only $150 per week. Includes: private room, artists studio space, Foxtel, Wi-Fi,
Also available: Serviced office if required, trips to MONA, trips to nearby Mt. Field National Park
Contact - Mario.


Jan 26

Moonee Art Space

Moonee Art Space (MAS), is a contemporary art space for creative thinking, doing and presnting. MAS building is listed as a heritage place.

The initiator of MAS, Fatima Vafa, has been guided solely by the inspiration of forming a centre that is run, established and developed by artists, for artists.
Its formation may be analogous to the evolution of a work of art itself, as it goes through an open-ended journey.
Fatima welcomes challenge and even creative chaos in order to ‘take it from there.’ In this way, MAS provides a space for what artists need to do:
speculate, experiment, practise and show. Moonee Art Space supports artists’individual programs and provides
resources to realise their aims.

In its Artist in Residency program, practising, established and emerging artists will be welcomed to apply for residencies, fostering a dialogue with local artists. MAS will encourage a focus on contemporary practice and exhibit or publish the collaborative results.

​​MAS will also offer a range of programs from exhibitions and residencies for emerging and established artists, to workshops and teaching programs for all ages.

MAS welcomes artists for whom environmental sustainability is a central part of their vision. At the same level all other inspirational expressions are also welcome to apply.

Moonee Art space is located in the very heart of cultural and business area of Moonee Ponds (Moonee Ponds Junction.) There are shopping centers, cafes and restaurant just under the MAS. Public transports to down town Melbourne and many other part of the city are just on the other side of the street. Moonee Ponds is very close to downtown and other very cultural and artistic area of Melbourne.


Dec 28


Location: Erdevik, Vojvodina, Srem, Serbia
Deadline: ongoing
Duration: 2 weeks to 12 months
Eligibility: Any creative individual working in any media.
Costs & Support: The costs: 600 Euros a months for shared living facilities, bathroom, kitchen, internet, electricity, water, cleaning and artist support. Studio space available and outside or elsewhere in the village, nearby are open fields, lakes and the surrounding forest. Successful applicants will be responsible for all other costs including food, transport, travel costs, insurance and art materials. Materials such as canvases could be purchased on site but you have to bring your own working mediums and materials, (such as paints, brushes etc)...


Dec 16

Lovely villa on Greek island Alonissos

We have our lovely villa, with full view of the Aegean and large gardens available for AIR. The house has central heating, fire place and is fully equipped.
The island Alonissos ("Magic Island" is Greek) is lovely, with many donkey paths to walk, staggering views, clean beaches and friendly inhabitants.
Although quiet in winter, there are always some restaurants and shops available.
Wifi in the house + garden.

Direct flights from Athens to Skiathos, flying dolphin to Alonissos. Via Volos with the ferry.

Price per month €500 excl. heating (petrol)


Dec 11

[ R.A.T. ] Residencias Artísticas Por Intercambio - M.É.X.I.C.O

Open call for national and international artists, curators, critics, cultural managers and theorists who wish to develop projects in Mexico City during 2O14 - 2O15.
All interested in participating may request the full open-call and application form.
Please write to


Oct 2

Call for Artists: Philadelphia Office of Arts, Culture & the Creative Economy's Public Art Program Artist Registry

Philadelphia's Public Art Program invites artists to submit an application with the Public Art Artist Registry.

The registry allows artists to participate in all selection processes by maintaining a record of their work that will be consulted by Public art staff, panelists, architects, and City agencies as public art opportunities become available. The registry is open to all professional artists. There are no residency requirements for the registry, although some opportunities will be limited to the greater Philadelphia region. For detailed instructions on how to register online or by mail, visit:

Please note: Artists whose work is concerned with environmental sustainability are strongly encouraged to apply.
If you have already registered, please do not reapply unless you need to update your images.


Jun 28

Dept. of Public Imagination

The Department of Public Imagination is a new fellowship program that
places artists with community-based organizations in greater Boston.
Each artist will receive studio space, a stipend + materials budget,
and participate in an ongoing workshop that brings together leaders in
the arts and social justice sectors. For more info check out our link


May 8

Platform for Creative Expression

Platform for Creative Expression

This is a social community open for creators (all media) and art lovers.

In this community you can upload your images / videos / comments and share with the world.
You as well may start blogs or form groups.

It is completely free and the site has actually more than 10.000 views a day.

You may join at Just press the button JOIN and follow the steps.

Enjoy !!!


Apr 7


Made in mind is a new independent publishing project dedicated to the promotion of young contemporary visual art. It’s focus is to provide visibility to young art , particularly for lesser known visual artists to showcase their work to an international audience which includes artists, galleries, museums, curators and others interested in art. The aim is to become bridge between the art world and artists. Our critics and curators are looking for new ideas, and artists can also propose their own projects. Anyone who wants to participate in the selection is invited to present their artistic work and have the opportunity to be published. Visual artists of various media are encouraged to enter this jured competition to be included in the first issue. We are a Work in Progress, and we happily agree to proposals to improve the project.

The project aims to research and promote young artists, we are selecting emerging artists for feature in our publication. Artists can propose their own artistic work. The open call submission is international and there is no age limit for entry. Artists are encouraged to enter this juried competition to be included in first issue of Made in Mind. Selected artists will be presented with images of their work, interview, artist statement, and contact details. The competition is open to all artists, to all nationality, working in all media. Please, consult the section Open Call for details.


Nov 30

Grafisch Proeflokaal Orvelte

Het Grafisch Proeflokaal Orvelte is een werkplaats Grafiek en Analoge fotografie in het museumdorp Orvelte - Drenthe-. In het Grafisch Proeflokaal is het voor kunstenaars mogelijk om te werken met alle klassieke grafische technieken en in een volledig uitgeruste analoge doka. Het Grafisch Proeflokaal Orvelte heeft het cultureel erfgoed hoog in haar vaandel staan en plaatst dit in de huidige tijd. Het Grafisch Proeflokaal maakt het mogelijk voor kunstenaars om individueel een woon/werk verblijf te reserveren tot maximaal 1 maand. Ook wordt er minimaal 1 keer per jaar een bijzonder kunstproject uitgeschreven waarin het mogelijk is om multidisciplinair samen te werken. Kunstenaars en grafici die zich hierdoor aangesproken voelen worden uitgenodigd om te reageren.