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27/12/2019 - 14:02
Norway

Call for Presentations! Critical Costume 2020: COSTUME AGENCY, Norway

Call for Presentations!

 

Critical Costume 2020: COSTUME AGENCY

 

Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHIO), Norway

 

Workshops: 10-21 August 2020

 

Conference and Exhibition: 21 – 23 August 2020

 

We invite artists, researchers, scholars, designers to submit their proposals for workshop-, conference- and exhibition participation

 

Applications deadline: January 5th, 2020 

 

“The veil is music because it is the artifice through which a body extends itself to engender forms into which it disappears.” 

 

Jacques Rancière

 

In his essay the Dance of Light (2011)about Loie Fuller’s innovative dance practice, and poet Stéphane Mallarmé’s infatuation with it, Jacques Rancière gives special focus to the role of dress in a redefinition of avant-garde art. Following Mallarmé, Rancière calls the dress a veil, in order to uncover its potential and says that “(t)he veil is not only an artifice that enables one to imitate all sorts of forms. It also displays the potential of a body by hiding it. It is the supplement that the body gives itself to change its form and its function.” Here the dress of the dancer enables her to disappear, it enables the body to be dislocated and to change. This is why the ‘veil’ is the ‘music’. It is an agent that provides new realities of the body to emerge; it performs. 

 

A garment in contemporary performance goes even beyond an agent activating abstract abilities of presence of the body on stage. Costume interacts with the other performance elements in extremely complex ways. It is a carrier of stories, executor of political activism, it becomes an embodiment of conceptual thinking, a critical questioning. Costume does not only perform via the body; it extends to space, landscape, and audience. It is an actor in itself. Costume is communication and communicated, it is a tool for research, it dances phenomenologically, it affects us kinesthetically. It is an agent. It is a force field. Costume performs. It does things. And the costume designer becomes director, thinker, researcher and shaman – constructing, deconstructing and reconstructing realities, different ways of being, into the ‘unthinkable’. 

 

Critical Costume 2020 will focus on the agency of costume in performance, costume as the main performer and the costume designer as the initiator of performance. Following Costume Agency, a three-year artistic research project by Christina Lindgren (KHIO, Oslo) and Sodja Lotker (DAMU, Prague), Critical Costume 2020 will explore different ways in which costume performs, different genres and formats it initiates, but also specific dramaturgical strategies that are ingrained in costume, and are probably yet to be used to their full potential. 

 

Critical Costume 2020 (CC 2020) at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHIO) consists of workshops, a conference, and an art exhibition:

 

We invite costume designers, researchers, and other artists working with costume design as performance, as performative installation, as performative sculpture, as community gathering, as research, as a way of thinking, as a way to communicate, as music, as the bridge into the ‘unthinkable’ to submit their proposals. 

 

CC2020 WORKSHOPS: August 10 – 21, 2020. Within four parallel workshops over the course of two weeks, designers and artists will have an opportunity to develop a performance from their already existing costumes and objects with local performers provided by the organizers. Each workshop will include rehearsals, dramaturgical consultations and group feedback sessions. The last day will offer a public presentation of workshop findings for the participants at Critical Costume 2020 Conference and Exhibition. 

 

To apply for a workshop, please submit:

 

Presenter’s short bio up to 300 words. 

Photo or drawings of your garments 

Description of project up to 300 words: describe your visions for a performance embedded in the garments or/ and ideas for what to try out in the workshop.

Max. 4 images, video links, links to your website.

CC2020 CONFERENCE: August 21 – 23, 2020. CC2020 CONFERENCE will comprise  scholarly and artistic presentations on current projects and/ or research. Presentations can have a multiplicity of formats:  academic papers, artistic presentations, short interactive workshops, Flash Talks, video essays and other formats will be accepted. Presentations will vary from 5-20 minutes. The exact length of your presentation will be decided after the confirmation of your participation (based on the final program). 

 

To apply for the CC 2020 conference, please submit:

 

Presenter’s short bio up to 300 words

An abstract of your research/project up to 300 words

Max.2 images (for project-based presentations), video links, links to your website.

CC2020 EXHIBITION: August 21 – 23, 2020. CC2020 EXHIBITION will present artworks that focus on how costume shapes performance, where the costume initiates or is one of the main initiators of the performance. Please describe how a costume performs in your project, or how your proposed performance should be made accessible to the exhibition visitors (via text, video or other tools). 

 

The exhibition may include (but is not restricted to): costume, sculpture, performative sculpture, (wearable) object, installation, performative installation, live performance; digital video, digital imagery, animation; research websites, web portals, web radio, blogs, vlogs, podcasts; interactive design for performance and new forms of interactive artworks.

 

To apply for the CC 2020 exhibition, please submit:

 

Artist’s short bio up to 300 words

Project proposal up to 300 words, max. 3 images/sketches of the proposed idea

Max.3 images, video links of your existing artworks, and links to your website

Technical specifications for the submission of materials for the exhibition:

 

1. Your video should be uploaded to Vimeo, and should not exceed 2 MINUTES in length (trailer).

 

2. Max. 3 images of the proposed artwork for the exhibition. Please include title, materials, dimensions, year of production. 

 

3. Images should be saved in JPG or PDF. Maximum data size of your entire application is 10 MB.

 

4. Do not send the original works.

 

5. CC2020 is not responsible for the production/shipment fees and insurance in case of damage and loss. 

 

CONVENORS

 

Prof. Christina Lindgren, Oslo National Academy of the Arts and 

 

Dr. Sodja Lotker, Prague Academy of the Arts

 

EXHIBITION CURATOR

 

Prof. Yuka Oyama PhD, Academy of Design & Craft University of Gothenburg

 

CONFERENCE MANAGER

 

Camila Svingen, Oslo National Academy of the Arts

 

HOW TO APPLY

 

All proposals must be submitted via email to: criticalcostume2020 [op] gmail [punt] com

 

All proposals will be peer reviewed. We welcome you to submit your applications in more than one format. 

 

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS

 

January 5th 2020

 

ANTICIPATED SCHEDULE 

 

Notification of acceptance: February 15th, 2020

 

Applicants to confirm participation: March 15th, 2020

 

Preliminary program: April 2020

 

For conference – deadline for uploading the presentations: August 19th, 2020

 

For the exhibition – last date for the arrival of your artwork: August 19th, 2020

 

FEES

 

All delegates attending this 3-day event will need to a pay a registration fee, which will include catering. Significant discounts will be available for postgraduate researchers and independent artists. There will also be a 1-day registration option available. Each participant is responsible for their travel and boarding expenses.

 

The event language is English.


 


email: briadlm [at] hotmail.co.uk
website: https://costumeagency.khio.no/?page_id=40
27/12/2019 - 04:52
South Korea

CICA New Media Art Conference 2020 Call for Papers & Exhibitions

Call for Papers
CICA Museum invites creative writers, scholars, and artists worldwide to participate in the CICA New Media Art Conference 2020 and the publication. We are open to proposals for paper presentations, workshops, experimental sessions, as well as artistic performance. Selected essays will be featured in the book “New Media Art 2021,” expected to be published in December 2020. The book will be available in major bookstores in Korea, and in the United States and other countries via Amazon.

*This year’s categories include:
-Single Channel Video & Animation
-New Media Installations
-Interactive Art
-Game Art
-Web Art
-Mobile App
-Art and Social Media
-Art and Mass Media
-Data Visualization
-3D Printing
-Performance (Addressing Media Related Issues)
-New Media Culture

* How to submit:
-Please send us an abstract (300-600 words) with a short bio. Please email them to “cicamuseum [punt] submission [op] gmail [punt] com.”
-Prefered format: DOC or PDF
-Please write “Submission: CICA NMAC 2020 – Proposal – Artist/Writer’s Name” in the subject line of your email.

* Timeline:
February 3, 2020: Close submissions
February 7 – 28, 2020 Approvals: Selected artists will be notified by email.
June 18 – 21, 2020: CICA NMA Conference 2020
December 15, 2020: Expected publication date of “New Media Art 2021”
***The dates are subject to change.

*Registration required at the time of acceptance (more info).

We look forward to the participation of creative artists. If you have any questions, please visit our “Contact Us” page (http://cicamuseum.com/contact) and leave a message, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Call for Exhibitions
CICA Museum invites artists worldwide to participate in the Solo Exhibition Series for the CICA New Media Art Conference 2020 and the publication. Selected artists will have solo exhibitions in the gallery space. Around 44 square meters will be assigned for each artist. Selected artists will participate in the conference and have artists’ talks and discussions, and also be featured in the book “New Media Art 2021,” expected to be published in December 2020. The book will be available in major bookstores in Korea, and in the United States and other countries via Amazon.

*This year’s categories include:
-Single Channel Video & Animation
-New Media Installations
-Interactive Art
-Game Art
-Web Art
-Mobile App
-Art and Social Media
-Art and Mass Media
-Data Visualization
-3D Printing
-Performance (Addressing Media Related Issues)
-New Media Culture

*How to submit your work:
– Please send us up to 10 JPG portfolio images and/or up to 3 direct links to video/ web/interactive art, your artist statement, and bio. Please email them to “cicamuseum [punt] submission [op] gmail [punt] com.”
– Please write “Submission: CICA NMAC 2020 – Exhibition – Artist’s Name” in the subject line of your email.

* Timeline:
February 3, 2020: Close submissions
February 7 – 28, 2020 Approvals: Selected artists will be notified by email.
June 17 – 21, 2020 New Media Art 2020 Solo Exhibition Series
June 18 – 21, 2020: CICA NMA Conference 2020
December 15, 2020: Expected publication date of “New Media Art 2021”
***The dates are subject to change.

*Registration required at the time of acceptance (more info).

We look forward to the participation of creative artists. If you have any questions, please visit our “Contact Us” page (http://cicamuseum.com/contact) and leave a message, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.


email: cicamuseum [at] gmail.com
website: http://cicamuseum.com/nmaconference/call-for-submissions/
25/12/2019 - 19:50

Open Call -- Prize Contest


OPEN CALL - PRIZE CONTEST, deadline February 29, 2020


V International Biennial of Nude “Marko Krstov Gregović”, in the organization of Public Institution Museums and galleries of Budva.
The call is open for all the artists from the country and abroad that accept and fulfill the conditions of participation.


Please check the below link for more details:
https://muzejiigalerijebd.me/otvoren-poziv-za-v-medunarodni-bijenale-akt...


We kindly ask you to forward the information within your network, to visual artists / art photographers / painters / graphics and printmaking artists / sculptors/ who might be interested in applying for International biennial of fine art nude that will be held in Petrovac, Montenegro.


Please note the deadline for the application is February 29, 2020.
Enter for submission is free,
 


email: biennialofnude [at] gmail.com
website: https://muzejiigalerijebd.me/otvoren-poziv-za-v-medunarodni-bijenale-akta-marko-...
21/12/2019 - 21:52
United States

Reimagine Festival looking for performers, installation artists, volunteers, and vendors!

Reimagine Festival is looking for artists to bring their work to a brand new festival in Colebrook, Connecticut, August 2020. 

 

Reimagine is a DIY, skill-sharing and performing arts festival encouraging participants to reflect, reconsider, and reinvent ourselves and our world. Through the familiar notion of BYO (Bring Your Own), Reimagine brings interesting people together to share performances, play, food, art, & ideas---building a community focused on finding new ways to express, think, act, and live together on this planet.

 

Please fill out this google form if you are an interested artist. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeVHepxaGGSFFoK6dNhK9UOGwLdz0D-...

There are instructions there about how to submit work samples. 

 

Please fill out this google form if you are an interested volunteer. 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfstOC525GqU-iRqjVwCykxAuDXfaoa...

 

We look forward to hearing from you!

For questions about the submission process, please email reimaginefestival [op] gmail [punt] com

 

 

 

 


email: reimaginefestival [at] gmail.com
website:
20/12/2019 - 16:27
United Kingdom

Dare Art Prize 2020-21

Challenging artists and scientists to collaborate on new approaches to the creative process, the £15,000 DARE Art Prize awarded by the University of Leeds and Opera North (UK) is open for applications.

 

The 2020-21 prize will be awarded to an innovative, ambitious artist in any discipline, who is excited by the opportunity to work with leading scientific researchers at the University of Leeds, and with Opera North, one of Europe’s leading cultural organisations.

 

The prize comprises:

 

  • -A bursary of £10,000 paid quarterly over twelve months.
  • -A budget of up to £5,000 for resources to create and present new work.
  • -The opportunity to engage with scientific researchers and artists who share a vision and who can bring expertise and networks to support the creation of something new.
  • -The opportunity to hold a residency at The Tetley in September 2020, and to show and discuss works in progress with the National Science and Media Museum.
  • -Access to musicians, studio space and resources from Opera North may also be available.
  •  
  • There are no restrictions on the form of the outcome: it could be in any art form or channel – a performance, a poem, an interactive website or a song cycle for example – but the project must be achievable within twelve months ending May 2021. It is expected that around £5,000 of the Award will be invested in the creation of new work.
  •  

Application process

 

Individual, independent artists working in any discipline are invited to apply by submitting a CV and a 500-word proposition that summarises the area of scientific interest – from astrophysics to climate change, microbiology to nutrition; an ambition to create something new and the germ of an idea of what this might be; and a genuine wish to engage with academic researchers, expertise and resources at the University of Leeds.

 

Applications should be sent in the form of a single pdf or Word document to dare [op] operanorth [punt] co [punt] uk

 

For more information, visit the Dare website.

 

Deadline for submissions: 12 noon GMT on Thursday 30 January.


email: francesca.russo [at] operanorth.co.uk
website: http://www.dareyou.org.uk/research/dare-art-prize-202021/
20/12/2019 - 16:00
Sweden

OPEN CALL FOR ENTRIES - THE ARTS DOT 2020 KARLSKRONA SWEDEN

INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION, MAY 28th-30th, 2020

 

The 3d edition of The Arts Dot opens for entries, to showcase and promote your creative talent!

 

We invite artists to apply for the next edition of The Arts Dot that will take place on May 28th-30th, 2020 in Karlskrona, Sweden.

 

The Arts Dot welcomes visual artists, working in art forms such as painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, installation art and textile art. Artists from all over the world can apply to participate in the exhibition. 

 

The Arts Dot includes:

Art exhibition.

Promotion on media and event home page.

Participation in the competition.

Prizes and awards.
Activities for artists and the public.
Networking with gallery owners, galleries, institutions, art residencies, creative industries, companies, media and of course, international artists!

 

TIMELINE:

Deadline for applications: Midnight February 23th 2020
The selection of artworks by the jury: until the February 28th, 2020
Announcement of artists selection: March 2th, 2020
Exhibition days: May 28th – 30th, 2020.

 

PROGRAM 

The program for the three-day festival will be available on the website and will update during the period March-May.

 

TO APPLY:

1. Fill out the application form here.
2. Submit artworks which you want to display at the exhibition in Karlskrona. Send up to five jpeg-images by e-mail to theartsdot [op] gmail [punt] com.
3. Pay a registration fee of €45/ 480 SEK towards administration costs (non-refundable). Payment method Paypal to theartsdot [op] gmail [punt] com.

 

The jury will select artists for the exhibition. All selected artists will be informed and asked to confirm their participation. A list of artists chosen we will publish on our website theartsdot.se. 

 

Thank you for understanding that those artists not invited to The Arts Dot 2020 will not be receiving a notification.

 

We look forward to viewing your works!

Feel free to share or forward this information.

 

 


email: info [at] theartsdot.se
website: https://theartsdot.se/
20/12/2019 - 04:33
United Kingdom

Call For Artists - A5 Portfolio #35 (February 2020)

A5 magazine wants to try and shine a light on some of the amazing artists working today. We are now taking entries for the February edition of the zine.

 

Brief: send us a large digital image of your work. Also send us any information you think is relevant. Any text needs to be kept brief as we get hundreds of submissions.

 

Deadline: 5th February 2020

 

Entries can be emailed to us at february [op] afive [punt] co [punt] uk (subject: Submission)

 

Instagram: @a5zine

Twitter: @a5zine

Website: www.afive.co.uk


email: february [at] afive.co.uk
website: http://www.afive.co.uk
19/12/2019 - 23:34
Canada

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Slow Tech | Studio XX

Deadline: Sunday, January 19th, 2020

Before submitting a proposal, candidates are strongly encouraged to consult Studio XX’s mandate, equipment list and previous programming.

 

– SLOW TECH – 

Studio XX is a feminist artist centre dedicated to the exploration, creation and production in media arts as well as critical reflection on the many changes that digital culture is having on societies*. Despite this well-considered position and these good intentions, the technological equipment inherent to the disciplines within its artistic niche implicates Studio XX in a consumerist plight that is at odds with the current environmental crisis. In light of this observation, Studio XX is imbued with ideas, observations and reflections as well as the transversal values of ecofeminisms. We are inviting artists and members of the community to take a technocritical distance.   

 

Until 2022, Studio XX will be Slow Tech. More than just a theme, this position will be comprised of three aspects:

— Environment

Ecological footprint; destruction, conservation or ecosystem restoration; relationship to consumption, sustainable development; degrowth; digital sobriety; benefits and pitfalls of science; urban sprawl; mobility, etc.

— Temporalities

In this era of acceleration and diminishing distances: alternatives to the race towards progress and the latest upgrades; obsolescence or durability; revisiting histories/Histories; slowness, the lifespan of technological devices; the imposed rhythms of life and work; the right to time, etc.

— Interactions

Ecology; social anchorage in various environments; creating family, intergenerational or intercultural links; networking; mental and emotional loads; care culture, etc.  

*By digital culture, we are referring to digital literacy practices that contribute to the development of an informed awareness of the languages and possibilities offered by the use of technologies. These practices are deployed in the interest of democratization, empowerment, and independence that are in opposition to the relationship of consumption and control over populations that technologies and corporate Web giants wield.

 

ADMISSIBILITY

– The project proposals must meet at least one of the Slow Tech aspects.

– We are looking for projects inspired by feminisms, ecofeminism, cyberfeminism and issues related to race and gender.

– Studio XX welcomes projects from artists, curators, and activists who identify as women, queer, trans, and non-binary as well as collectives and organizations that uphold feminist values.

– The proposals can take various forms: workshops, performances, exhibitions, punctual events/activities such as round tables and discussions, etc.  

– Proposals for unfinished projects are welcome, but candidates must cover the necessary production costs to finalize the project before it is presented as part of our programming.

– Studio XX favours artistic practices that rely on the use of computer, digital, audio, interactive or Web technologies.

 

SELECTION CRITERIA

– Quality of the candidate’s artistic work
– Relevance of the project in the context of media arts
– Consistency of the project with the feminist mandate of Studio XX
– The project must be part of Studio XX’s Slow Tech position
– Special attention will be paid this year to proposals that exploit the virtual reality devices and 3D printer that Studio XX has at their disposal

 

WHAT WE OFFER

Depending on the proposals selected, Studio XX will pay artist fees according to the recommended rates of the CQAM and CARFAC.

The selected projects will receive logistical and technical support to be defined by the centre’s team.

We are aware of the constraints that some people may experience. Our gallery and work space are accessible to people with disabilities. However, we are currently working to improve access to our washroom. If you have any questions or concerns about the Studio XX’s ability to accommodate you, do not hesitate to contact us.

 

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

Applications can be completed in French or English.  

APPLICATIONS THAT DON’T MEET THE REQUIREMENTS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED

In A SINGLE PDF FILE (5 MB), please provide the following information:

 

Personal Information

– Name(s) of the candidate(s)

– Preferred pronouns (not mandatory)

– If relevant, number of people involved, specifying a representative

– Address 

– Phone number

– Email address

– Website

Project

– Title

– Type of media (i.e. virtual reality, 3D printing, video, etc.)

– Project format (i.e. exhibition, event or activity, workshop, etc.). Please note that Studio XX generally only presents one group exhibition per year.

– Current phase of the proposed project

– Number of artists and/or partners involved

– Project description (500 words max.)

– Relevance to the Slow Tech theme – at least one of the three axes (100 words max.)

– Relevance to the Studio XX feminist mandate (100 words max.)

– Technical requirements (equipment and installation requirements)

– Equipment and resources provided by the artist

 

Supporting Documents

– CV (3 pages max.)
– Artist Statement (250 words max.)

Visual/Audio Files

– Images: 10 max.
– URL links to audio/video: up to 5 excerpts of a maximum of three minutes. Be sure to provide passwords if applicable.
– Descriptions of the visual/audio files: name, title, media, diffusion context, year.  

 

Please send your application as A SINGLE PDF FILE (5 MB max.) to: appel [op] studioxx [punt] org

Email Subject Heading: Proposal | Programming 2020-2021

Application Deadline: January 19, 2020 at 11:59 PM (EST). 

Incomplete or late applications will not be considered. Applicants will receive an acknowledgement of receipt.

Once the selection process is complete, only successful candidates will be notified (Spring 2020).


email: appel [at] studioxx.org
website: http://www.studioxx.org
19/12/2019 - 23:32
Canada

HTMlles 2020 | Call for proposals

HTMlles: Feminist Festival of Media Arts + Digital Culture

14th edition, November 5 – 8, 2020, Montreal

Deadline: Monday, January, 27th 2020, 23:59 Montreal time (EST) 

 

Before submitting a proposal, candidates are strongly encouraged to consult Studio XX’s mandate and the previous HTMlles festival program. 

 

www.studioxx.org

www.htmlles.net

 

For more than twenty years Studio XX has been producing HTMlles, a feminist festival of media arts and digital culture. The festival has established itself as a socially-engaged space, addressing an urgent current issue with each edition. Every two years, HTMlles mobilizes local, national and international artists, theorists, and activists working at the intersection of art and technology, and unfolds in artist-run centres, cultural spaces, and university research laboratories throughout Montreal.

CALL HTMlles 2020 

The next edition of the HTMlles Festival will take place in 2020, 10 years before the fixed deadline set by the IPCC for implementing major changes that will limit global warming to 1.5 ˚C (1). In the meantime, public discourse about “crisis,” “cataclysm,” or even “apocalypse,” feeds the collective imagination, leading to an increasing sense of eco-anxiety. 

Despite this reality, state and intergovernmental infrastructures are steadily disengaging from prompt action by displacing the problem and its solutions onto individuals. At the same time, coordinated and sustainable initiatives are increasing: smart cities and life-saving algorithms are shifting our hopes towards utopian technological breakthroughs. However, these tools are biased, and perpetuate systems of economic and social inequalities. Facial recognition is a concrete example:

 

“Overall, men are better indexed by the algorithm than women. The same trend can be observed for people with light skin compared to those with darker complexions. […] The issue: the data chosen for the algorithm in the first place.” (2)

 

As we lose trust in our institutions, how can we rethink our environmental, economic, and social futures? Since September 2019, Studio XX has adopted a Slow Tech approach, taking a techno-critical and eco-feminist stance within media arts creation. The next edition of HTMlles aims to push this approach further by asking artists, activists, and theorists to imagine alternative futures and environments, outside of capitalist, racist, colonial, and patriarchal structures.

Eco-anxiety is growing in the face of an uncertain future and the smooth-talking discourses of state structures. How can we overcome the apathy caused by this solastalgia (3) in order to create alternative dynamics and temporalities? How can we channel the angry, trashy, and excessive, as well as the flawed and non-functional, into vectors of action and protest? Could the resilience of Do-It-Yourself movements inspire the construction of alternative worlds, allowing a shift away from power structures and digital utopias?

 

(1)https://www.ipcc.ch/site/assets/uploads/2019/08/2019-PRESS-IPCC-50th-IPC...
(2)Translated from French. https://www.rtbf.be/info/medias/detail_l-intelligence-artificielle-sexis...
(3) Solastalgia: a form of psychological or existential distress caused by environmental changes, Glenn Albrecht, 2003
https://www.ledevoir.com/societe/science/437671/souffrez-vous-de-solasta...
  

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR

 

HTMlles is looking for projects that are freely articulated around these environmental, temporal and/or relational issues. These could be critical and creative proposals, inspired by (but not limited to) eco-feminisms, cyber-feminisms, queer studies, Afro-futurist, Sino-futurist and futurist indigenous movements, cli-fi, hopepunk and solarpunk, deconstructing greenwashing and whitewashing.

 

HTMlles welcomes proposals from artists, curators and activists who identify as women, trans, gender non-conforming, and queer, as well as from collectives and organizations that promote inclusive and intersectional feminist values.

 

We are looking for DIY, techno-critical, and innovative proposals. We hope that the projects proposed within the framework of this call will express, rethink, and explore topics related to the environmental crisis through a critical use of media arts and digital tools. 

Examples of media / formats: Virtual reality, videos, installations, IRL or URL performances, video game art, networked works, round tables, conferences, workshops, bio art, 3D animation, augmented reality, public interventions, geolocated media – or something so cutting-edge we haven’t even heard of it yet…

 

 

SELECTION CRITERIA 

– quality of the candidate’s work

– relevance of the project in the context of media arts

– coherence of the project with the feminist mandate of Studio XX and the HTMlles festival

– connection to the proposed theme

 

WHAT WE OFFER

Depending on the proposals selected, Studio XX and its HTMlles partners pay fees and honoraria in accordance with CQAM and CARFAC recommendations. 

The selected projects benefit from logistical and technical support defined with the centre’s team or its HTMlles partners. 

Our exhibition and work space is accessible to people with disabilities. However, we are currently working to improve access to our bathroom. If you have any questions or concerns about Studio XX or its ability to welcome you, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

APPLICATION FILE

Files can be written in French or English.

 

– NON-COMPLIANT FILES WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED –

In ONE PDF FILE (5 MB), provide the following information:

 

1-Personal details

Number of people involved:
Project carrier :

– First name: – Last name:

– Preferred pronoun (non mandatory): 

– Residential address

– Telephone number

– Email address

– Website

 

2-Project

Title
Type of media (e. g. virtual reality, 3D printing, video, etc.)
Project format (e.g. one-time event, workshop, individual work, etc.). 
Current phase of the proposed project (design, production, dissemination)
Number of artists and/or partners involved
Proposal (500 words maximum)
Consistency with the proposed theme (100 words maximum)
Connection to the feminist mandate of Studio XX and the HTMlles festival (100 words maximum)
Technical requirements (equipment and space requirements)
Equipment provided and resources deployed by the artist

 

3-Support material

CV (3 pages maximum)
Artistic approach (250 words maximum)

 

4-Visual/audio documentation

Images: 10 maximum
URL links to audio and/or video files: up to 5 excerpts of a maximum duration of 3 minutes. Please provide passwords if applicable.
Descriptive list of visual/audio documentation: name, title, media, context of distribution, year.

 

Please send your application in ONE PDF (5 MB maximum) to appel [op] studioxx [punt] org

Subject of the email: Proposal | HTMlles 2020

Deadline: Monday, January, 27th 2020, 23:59 Montreal time (EST) 

Incomplete applications or applications received after January 27, 2020 will not be considered.

Only the candidates considered will receive an acknowledgement of receipt.

Once the selection process is completed, only successful candidates will be notified (spring 2020).


email: appel [at] studioxx.org
website: http://www.studioxx.org
17/12/2019 - 06:13
United Kingdom

Call for Artists - Wotisart #35 (February 2020)

Wotisart is a portfolio magazine. Our goal is to allow unknown artists an avenue to show their work and gain some recognition in the industry and also to answer the question... What is art? We are now taking entries for the February issue of Wotisart?

Brief: send us a large digital image of your work (the bigger the better). Also send us any information you think is relevant. 

Deadline: 28th January 2020

Entries can be emailed to us atfebruary [op] wotisart [punt] co [punt] uk (subject: Submission) february [op] wotisart [punt] co [punt] uk)

 

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