Call for Artists
Call for Artists
Are you looking to participate in a festival, exhibition, contest, creative collective, art project? Scroll through the ads here below for all kinds of open calls.
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Call for artists
30/09/2019 - 05:14
Call for Artists - Average Art 41 (December 2019)
Average Art is an industry focused art magazine. Our goal is to draw attention to self representing artists. We are now taking entries for the December edition of Average Art Magazine.
email: december [at] averageart.co.uk
27/09/2019 - 09:07
Call for Submissions: International Symposium for Visual Culture & Exhibitions
Call for Submissions: International Symposium for Visual Culture & Exhibitions
ISVC Website: http://cicamuseum.com/isvc
We invites artists, scholars, and researchers worldwide to participate in the International Symposium for Visual Culture. The community of artists, researchers and academics meets in the international symposium and participates in the exhibitions.
*Categories & Keywords:
[Symposium] International Symposium for Visual Culture (ISVS) 2020 and Pop-up Show & Performances, Washington D.C.
After the symposium, there will be a Pop-up Show & Performances on the evening of March 14, 2020. Artists and researchers can showcase their projects, portfolios, and do artistic/experimental performances.
[Exhibition] “Visual Culture 2020” at CICA Museum
Photographs & 2D Digital Art
Video & Interactive Art
Physical Work & Installation Art
*How to submit your work:
We look forward to the participation of creative artists/researchers. 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
26/09/2019 - 19:45
ART Habens 2019, International Call for Artists, Special Edition
ART Habens is celebrating its ten years long successful activity launching a special edition, that will once again explore new trends and tendencies in Contemporary Art scene.
email: arthabens.biennale [at] europe.com
26/09/2019 - 16:46
The Queer Joy Project
The Queer Joy Project is the capstone thesis of Casper Dehnavi's B.A. in Art, Film, and Visual Studies at Harvard University. It will take the form of a website, as well as (potentially) a book with four chapters: romantic and sexual connection, friendship and family/chosen family, religion and spirituality, and artmaking. Individuals of any queer identity are invited to submit writing or visual art for inclusion in the project.
Please feel free to contact Casper casperdehnavi(at)gmail(dot)com with any questions before submitting!
email: casperdehnavi [at] gmail.com
24/09/2019 - 12:50
Call for short film submissions: Black Girl* Magic
Artists Without A Cause is bringing back the Black Girl* Magic Film Series and we’re looking for short film and video submissions by Black womxn* FTLI filmmakers for a screening during Black History Month in Berlin, Germany. Our third installment of the series is being presented in collaboration with White Guilt Clean Up and Frauenkreise Berlin, where it will take place. The resilience and power of creativity in the face of discrimination, injustice, and everyday violence is truly magical. We are excited to celebrate Blackness beyond mainstream tropes and through the lenses of Black womxn* once again with new filmmakers and and new stories.
What we’re looking for:
Short films and videos by Black womxn* FLTI of any genre and exploring any theme. Bonus for films with themes of creativity, power, resilience, and joy of Black Girl* Magic. We’re looking to fill about 90 minutes of runtime.
All filmmakers are invited to join in the discussion! Berlin-based? You’re welcome to join us at the screening. Not in town? No worries, we would love to have you call in online.
How to submit:
Send an email to hello [op] artistswac [punt] org with the subject Film Submission: Black Girl Magic
We’re accepting submissions until January 15th, 2020 and the screening will take place during Black History Month in February.
The program will be finalized by February and all submitters will be notified then.
Selected artists will be compensated.
email: hello [at] artistswac.org
24/09/2019 - 09:58
Get Featured in Artqol Magazine
Spread the story of your art practice!
Artqol magazine is a curated collection of stories behind artists and their works, promoting Artqol's contemporary artists and curator members, with focuses on conceptual, expressive, social, political and environmental art practices.
The magazine is digitally distributed directly to international art professionals, including curators, artists, galleries and art institutions.
Application deadline for the next issue:
October 20th 2019
email: artqol.contact [at] gmail.com
23/09/2019 - 12:00
CALL FOR INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS: LONDON GROUP EXHIBITION
WARBLING GROUP EXHIBITION OPEN CALL
Warbling invites international submissions of contemporary art for fifth curated group exhibition to be held in Hoxton, London from the 27th November - 30th November 2019.
Titled ‘Perhaps we should have stayed’, it’s completely up to each artist submitting to come to their own conclusions on how the title might relate or sit nicely alongside their practice. It’s interesting to read different ideas and interpretations of our titles in the submissions form, however, it is not obligatory to do so and often if a work stands out, it can be related in some way to the other works being considered within the exhibition as a whole.
The exhibition is to be curated by Robyn Graham and to be held at Hoxton 253 which is an artist-run gallery and project space in Hoxton, London. Hoxton 253 is run by artist Zsuzsa Benke and photographer Mirko Boffelli with the objective to provoke critical dialogue within contemporary culture and society.
Please check our website for full information here.
email: robyn [at] warbling.co.uk
22/09/2019 - 13:44
International Kuni-umi Manga World Cup
An international competition aimed at selecting outstanding manga & artistic works related to traditional Japanese stories and mythology, with a focus on the topic of Awaji Island. Artists from every country are invited to participate and show off their creative talents!
Participants in the competition can be selected for an award in the following categories:
Category 1: Awaji Island & Japan Heritage
Hajimari no Shima Award
Category 2: Kojiki Nihonshoki Manyoshu Award
email: johrberg [at] pasonagroup.co.jp
21/09/2019 - 17:59
Open call for the-lack-of Wrong Pavilion
Open call for artists and diaspora from South Asia to submit works for “the-lack-of” pavilion as part of The Wrong. The Wrong is a decentralised art biennale divided into online and offline locations around the world, celebrating today’s exciting digital culture community. This edition of The Wrong opens November 1st, 2019 and runs until March 1st, 2020. More information here - https://thewrong.org/
the-lack-of is meant to be a space for interaction. It integrates a forum within the site where artists can have conversations with each other in the public eye. The forum will be made accessible to the public midway through the duration of the exhibition. The website intends to be a repository of actions taking place on multiple platforms. It is imagined as a space where artists are able to shed identity tags assumed on their behalf particularly those that define what south asian concerns are. What does the south-asian internet look like? What does our internet culture look like? Is our contemporary media arts discourse a simulacrum; a faithful copy of what occurs in the west? Who does South Asian Futurism belong to? How do we deal with an internet inundated with one sided views and confirmation bias serving algorithms? What concerns take precedence and how do forms mutate as a result of works solely existing in this virtual environment? These are some of the questions we ask ourselves but they are not defined as parameters of the open call. Artistic practice that is outside of current contemporary art discourse is welcome and greatly encouraged.
The pavilion is only open to residents and diaspora from South Asia; Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Open to web friendly works across Audio, Video, Film, Moving Image, Text, Computational and Generative Art. The web-site will be built on the Wix Platform which offers a lot of customisation and can also embed works from YouTube and Vimeo as well as some social platforms. Artists are also open to conduct a performance/action elsewhere on the web and archive it on the site. For artists proposing a specific activity/work to be developed for the exhibition, emphasis will be placed on the act of making work rather than a fully resolved piece of work. The pavilion is not intended to be an extension of any white cube gallery space nor is it meant to become a portfolio landing site. Artists can send in 1-2 works and they will be chosen based on the layout of the site. Artists are also free to think of ways in which they would like to programme activities of their own during this period (a q&a, web based performances, small interventions that are either physical or virtual etc., This is optional)
The deadline is the 1st of October 2019 for existing works and 3rd of October for proposals. Please send submissions with your name, e-mail, proposal, website and links to your works with the subject: “the-lack-of submission” to wrong [punt] thelackof [op] gmail [punt] com Selected artists will be notified by the 5th of October. Please feel free to write in with any questions before the 29th of September 2019.
email: wrong.thelackof [at] gmail.com
20/09/2019 - 21:11
We are looking for 4 street art artists!
email: artgiada [at] gmail.com