05/03/2019 - 15:24
Global Meltdown - This call is for a thematic exhibition of artwork related to the the global meltdown crisis. The exhibition will be held at the Limner Gallery, June 14 - July 13, 2019 and is open to all all interpretations of the crisis, be it global, local, personal, environmental, financial, psychological, scientific and/or spiritual. Entry is open to all artists working in any media. The postmarked deadline is April 30, 2019. The entry form is online at: http://www.slowart.com/prospectus/melt.htm
email: slowart [at] aol.com
05/03/2019 - 15:22
Call for Photography - Wanderlife Gallery, Philadelphia PA
Wanderlife Gallery, a new gallery in South Philadelphia, is currently seeking photography submissions for a spring juried exhibition entitled “Place” opening on April 25nd. Photographs will be on display until June 8th.
The concept of Place is wide and varied. Place could be a location, a feeling, or somewhere that doesn’t exist at all. It could be the town where you live, a country you’ve visited, a city street, or the visual interpretation of how you feel in the comfort of your own home. Artists are invited to demonstrate their interpretation of Place through photography. While all types of photographs will be considered, preference will be given to film or alternative processes.
Artists may submit up to 8 jpg images (300dpi), along with a brief artist statement, a description of each submitted work, and a resume to images [op] wanderlife [punt] world. Exhibited work can be up to 20”x20”.
There is no application fee.
o Submissions due Sunday, March 24, 2019.
o Artists will be notified by e-mail of decisions by Sunday, March 31, 2019.
o Confirmation by accepted artists and commitment to show work will be required by Sunday, April 7, 2019.
o Work must be received by Thursday, April 18, 2019.
o Unsold work must be picked up or will be mailed for return by Monday, June 10, 2019.
Please deliver your artwork prepared appropriately for hanging. The artist is responsible for ALL shipping costs including return shipping of all unsold work and import/export duties and taxes.
Wanderlife Gallery is an art gallery in South Philadelphia focusing on original photography, drawings, prints or work in any media focusing on the concept of place. Learn more at www.wanderlife.world.
email: images [at] wanderlife.world
05/03/2019 - 11:52
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. The magazine is digitally distributed directly to international art professionals, including curators, artists, galleries and art institutions.
Application deadline for the next issue:
April 7th 2019
email: artqol.contact [at] gmail.com
05/03/2019 - 01:18
2019 Member Exhibition with Juror Cecily Cullen
The Center for Fine Art Photography seeks entries to the 2019 Member Exhibition with Juror Cecily Cullen. Cecily is the director and curator of Metro State University’s Center for Visual Art. Over the past sixteen years she has curated or organized over 95 contemporary exhibitions and related programming. Many of the exhibitions address global and social issues.
Artist Immersion Saturday: Selected artists receive a free one-on-one portfolio review with the Juror and Executive Director, Hamidah Glasgow the Saturday after the Artist Reception. A private portfolio share, Saturday afternoon, allows selected artists to show and discuss their work with others from the show.
Additionally, a selected artist will be given a complimentary pass to the attend the 2019 Medium Photography Festivals and the Portfolio Reviews.
email: contact [at] c4fap.org
04/03/2019 - 22:26
MOSTYN Open 21
MOSTYN, Wales UK is delighted to announce the call for submissions for the 21st anniversary edition of the MOSTYN Open contemporary art exhibition, to be shown from July 2019.
Since its inception in 1989, the MOSTYN Open has nurtured and presented the talent of established and emergent contemporary artists internationally.
The exhibition of selected works takes place at MOSTYN, with a cash prize of £10,000 awarded to a single artist or collective. In addition, the 'Audience Award' grants a cash prize of £1,000 to those who receive the most votes from visitors during the exhibition.
New, for MOSTYN Open 21, the Exhibition Award will award an exhibition at MOSTYN to the artist/collective that the selectors feel would most benefit at this point in their career.
The confirmed selectors for MOSTYN Open 21 are: Jennifer Higgie, Editorial Director, Frieze, London; Katerina Gregos, Independent Curator, Brussels; Hannah Conroy, Co-Director and Curator, Kunstraum, London; Alfredo Cramerotti, Director, MOSTYN. And of course, the visiting public for the 'Audience Award'.
email: open [at] mostyn.org
04/03/2019 - 18:45
Grants for Artists juried by Leading Curators
The Hopper Prize
The Hopper Prize is offering multiple individual artist grants totaling $5,000.00 USD awarded through an open call art competition juried by leading contemporary curators.
$5,000.00 USD in total awards for visual artists
+ 5 artists will each receive $1,000.00 USD in unrestricted grant awards
+ 30 artists will have their work archived at hopperprize.org
+ Early applications will be considered for Instagram artist features @hopperprize (https://www.instagram.com/hopperprize/)
We work with leading curators to review your submissions–you want these curators to see your work. Spring 2019 grant winners will be selected by:
The Bass Museum of Art Miami Beach
Chief Curator & Director of Programs
Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts
The Hopper Prize is open to all artists age 18 and older working in any media. There are no restrictions on genre, subject matter, or media. We accept entries in all media.
May 21, 2019
Alex Callender, Northampton, Massachusetts
Alicia Eggert, Denton, Texas
Daniel McCarthy Clifford, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Juan Giraldo, New York, New York
Maja Ruznic, Los Angeles, California
Letitia Huckaby, Benbrook, Texas
Tracy Kerdman, Saugerties, New York
Lebohang Kganye, Johannesburg, South Africa
Christopher Meerdo, Chicago, Illinois
Erik Parra, San Francisco, California
Show us your work at https://hopperprize.org
email: info [at] hopperprize.org
04/03/2019 - 15:04
Call for visual art!
The contemporary art review is searching for performers, painters, visual artists, dancers, sculptors, film-makers to submit their artworks for the first edition of the magazine. Share, if you wanna join us on the journey!http://notrandomart.com/
email: notrandomart [at] gmail.com
26/02/2019 - 11:53
Open Call 2019: POLDRA - Public Sculpture Project Viseu
Deadline: 7th April 2019
Viseu - Portugal
POLDRA - Public Sculpture Project Viseu invites all artists to present proposals for the Open Call. The focus of POLDRA is a public sculpture (or public sculpture related proposals/concepts) site-specific to Mata do Fontelo (Viseu, Portugal).
This initiative, that started in 2018 with the works of Cristina Ataíde (PT), Neeraj Bhatia (CAN) and Pedro Pires (AGO), envisions to create a public sculpture route at Mata do Fontelo, thus re-interpreting and re-inventing the century-old site in order to better promote connections between the public and contemporary artistic proposals.
Among other conditions (lodging, studio space and on-site technical assistance), the selected proposal will benefit from a potential global burse of 3000€.
Regulations and details at: https://poldra.com/en/open-call-2019/
email: info [at] poldra.com
25/02/2019 - 22:06
Small Works 2019 | Trestle Gallery
Small Works 2019, curated by Will Hutnick
Application Deadline: April 1st, 2019
Application Fee: $15.00
Exhibition Dates: 6/20 - 7/14
Small Works 2019 is Trestle Gallery's annual open call showcasing works 12” and smaller. The application is live until April 1st, 2019--national and international artists are welcome to apply!
Please note the following submission guidelines:
- Pieces may be no bigger than 12" on longest side - we accept 2D and 3D framed and unframed works of all media.
- You may submit up to 3 works for consideration
- Images must be in .JPG or .JPEG format, 1000 pixels on longest side
- Media can be submitted in .MOV, .MPG4, or .GIF format
- CV, Statement, and Bio must be submitted in PDF format
For application & more information: https://trestlegallery.submittable.com/submit/117141/small-works-2019
email: trestle [at] brooklynartspace.org
25/02/2019 - 14:05
Audiotalaia Summer Camp
Audiotalaia Summer Camp is a workshop, a residency and a collective experience centred around creativity, sound and technology. The meeting looks after shaping a creative practice focused on sound and driven by a collective workflow.
The Summer Camp joins every summer since 2016, young and creative people involved in the fields of fine arts, music, design, architecture, photography, filmmaking, etc.
The goal is to assemble a group of unique and diverse individuals that aim to integrate sound into their personal creative processes, from a wide variety of disciplines, cultures and backgrounds.
Audiotalaia Summer Camp is a creative meeting in which the sound, the technology and the landscape are being approached in several creative processes along nine days.
The whole program has been designed to focus attention and efforts on the practical aspect of a learning process. Theoretical and conceptual side of the artistic practice will be spread across feedback sessions, open debates and daily workflow.
The stay is divided in two main stages: the first is focused on building a collaborative framework through tutored and daily projects tackling various formats within the sound art practice with a strong focus on process, feedback and collective debate.
The second part of the camp focuses on development of a series of projects in which participants will have to collectively shape installations, concerts and performances that will be presented during a final event open to local audiences and general public.
All activities during the camp will revolve around aspects such as listening experiences, composition, field recordings, installation, sound sculptures, site-specific interventions, live performances among others.
Summer camp is a collective and living together experience. This means that participants will share various rooms with bunks or beds and common spaces.
The creative and experimental tasks are combined with several daily routines in which the group will work as a team. This stay is a process of immersion and intensive work: a week to work, learn and share collectively.
Audiotalaia Summer Camp is an initiative lead by musician, producer and sound artist Edu Comelles with the help and support of Balbina Sardà. Alberg Rural El Polell and Ur Tanta.
Every summer since 2019, we offer two camps or two oportunities to be part of this collective initiative:
The first camp will happen between the 11th and the 22nd of July 2019 at El Polell a house in the middle of a natural reserve nearby Barcelona (Catalonia).
The second camp will happen between the 2nd and the 11th of August 2019 at Ur Tanta a house outside Pamplona (Northern Spain) surrounded by a high mountain rural landscape.
Both houses have been carefully selected by the organisation because of their similarities, surroundings and the strong involvement of the hosts on local communities and the social development of their respective vicinities.
Both camps will be organised in the exact same way and offer almost the same program, opportunities, environment and context. The activities, materials and possibilities are the same in each place.
Participants who apply for the summer camp can choose between one of the two options: El Polell or Ur Tanta.
Alternatively you can let us decide for you and we will locate you according to places available in each house.
The full program and schedule of activities will be issued in detail once the participants have been selected. The Summer Camp is divided in two main parts:
The first part of the camp will be focused on training our collective skills through a series of daily activities or projects. Every morning a theme and a format will be stablished and 5 different groups will have to work towards a final presentation happening at night. Each collective process will be tutored and status meetings will allow for collective feedback and debate.
The second stage of the Summer Camp will be dedicated to development, production and rehearsing of the final presentations taking place the last evening of the Camp. During this last days, the participants must create, plan and finish a work done collectively.
During the entire camp different materials, human and technical resources will be provided in order to deliver the works, and also to get them ready to be shown to the public. Extensive monitoring, guidance and tutoring will take place on all stages by groups and the tutor.
The organisation, over the years, have been stashing a wide variety of materials at the disposal of the participants. Those range from studio monitor speakers, a PA System with sub-woofer, a range of wireless speakers, microphones, portable recorders, headphones among other audio gear.
Within all the above, specific times will be stablished to present personal projects, show ideas, organise improv sessions. Also, during the first day a DiY Microphone Workshop will provide participants with a handy microphone kit (Contact and Binaural Microphones).
The stay has been designed to take place in an intensive and collective experience at each of the facilities. Both houses have shared rooms that range from 4 to 5 beds each and some bulk beds. Both houses are equipped with kitchen and common areas, living room and workshop as well as outdoor open spaces.
This 9 days stay at the Audiotalaia Summer Camp implies a certain level of compromise from the participants. Each of the 15 selected individuals will be split in teams and each of them will have assigned daily tasks. Those include, cooking, tiding up the house and cleaning. The tasks will be given through a schedule that will establish a proportional amount of work for each of the 3 groups.
The participation includes the acceptance for part of the participants to collaborate daily with the basic tasks described above.
The Camps aim to gather young talented people from all over the world interested on sound and its creative possibilities. We are looking for individuals aiming to share and work collectively.
Common language in the Summer Camp is English. A good level of spoken English is required to attend the camp and interact in all activities.
We are looking after fine arts students, visual or sound artists, musicians, performers, photographers, architects, anthropologists, documentarists, filmmakers, video artists, designers or just people interested on using sound in their creative processes. We are strongly encouraging people involved in sensory ethnography, anthropology or geography, as well as architects or students of architecture engaged on the study of landscape from an open perspective.
Each selected participant will have to deposit 380€ through Bank Transfer (IBAN / SWIFT), or via Western Union or similar (we do not accept Paypal transfers).
The amount covers for all daily expenses, accommodation and access to all activities at the Summer Camp including the materials for the Microphone Workshop and the rest of activities.
GRANTS / FINANCIAL SUPPORT
Over the years a number of participants have arranged by themselves financial support from public institutions, local governments, etc.. covering travel and registration fees. We strongly recommend to look after this kind of financing.
The organisation of the summer camp will help in any way possible to do so, by signing letters of invitation or acceptance and submitting required documentation. We highly recommend to EU members to apply to the Step Beyond / Creative Europe grants, which have been widely used in previous editions of the camp.
Check also the following links for funding for EU and Non-EU members:
Each of the participants will have to travel by their own to Sant Celoni (Barcelona) or Pamplona depending on the camp you apply for.
In each city a meeting point will be stablished and transportation will be provided by the organisation to the respective houses. The same operation will be repeated at the end of each camp.
Once selected, the Audiotalaia Team will instruct you and advise on how to get to the camp and what are your best combinations available.
Open Call will be open between the 26th of February until the 1st of April.
The registration to the Summer Camp has two main steps: First each individual will have to fill the online form linked below. The Open Call form will provide us with background information on you.
You will have to send a short motivation letter and minor information on your background and interests. During registration you will have to choose between one of the two Camps or leave that decision to the organisation.
On the second stage we will carefully read and evaluate your candidacy in order to determine if you fit the profile. Once we close the open call we will select the best candidates to be part of the Summer Camp 2018.
Notification via email will be sent to all applicants and the selected ones. Further instructions to the chosen will be sent at that stage.
Each house can host up to 15 participants at each facility. This means that once the registration of the applicants is done, 30 profiles divided between July and August will be selected and a list of pre-selected will be kept just in case there are last minute drops.
WANNA KNOW MORE?
Check out what happened on the two previous editions of the Audiotalaia Summer Camp:
2016 / Addend / Montsant
2017 / El Polell / Montseny
2018 / El Polell / Montseny
Or contact us at:
audiotalaia [op] gmail [punt] com / +34 650691748
Open Call for Submissions
Open from February 26th until April 1st.
Selection / Announcement
Between the 5th and the 10th of April.
Payment / Final Arrangements
Two to three weeks prior to the Camp starting date.
Summer Camp 2019 / El Polell
Between the 12th and the 21st of July.
Summer Camp 2019 / Ur Tanta
Between the 2nd and the 11th of August
email: educomelles [at] gmail.com