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23/04/2019 - 07:08
South Korea

Seoul Street Arts Festival 2019 Open Call for International Program

Seoul Street Arts Festival 2019
Open Call for International Program
 
Seoul Street Arts Festival is seeking international programs to enrich the festival in 2019
 
‘Seoul Street Arts Festival’ was formerly ‘Hi Seoul Festival’. Since 2003, the Festival, a representative street arts festival in Seoul, Korea, has implied the characters of the history, spaces and diversity of Seoul Metropolitan City. It is held in the first week of October every year during 4 days in the outdoor spaces such as squares and streets in downtown of Seoul. The festival is focusing on the street arts as its main program since 2012.
 
Now the festival is looking for its international programs, street theater, dance, circus, puppets, installation and various types of contemporary arts which can be performed under the outdoor conditions. All the companies and artists who are interested in the festival can apply.
 
*Check out the 2018 official after movie of the festival on YOUTUBE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEY-Nr4dx1I
 
 
Seoul Street Arts Festival 2019
- Date : 3th – 6th October 2019
- Location : Downtown area of Seoul, Korea
 
How to apply
Email to ssaf [punt] official [op] gmail [punt] com along with all required documents.
 
Required documents
1. Application Form
2. Photos of the program (3~5)
3. Full video (url) or Script of the program
4. Technical Rider
 
Submission period
Applications due by 10 May 2019(Friday), 24:00 (KST)
*Korean Standard Time : https://www.timeanddate.com/time/zones/kst
 
Festival shall provide
- Total Performance fee 3,000 USD Maximum (net of tax)
- Accommodation and Perdiem (Perdiem will be 30,000 KRW per person a day.)
- Pick-up service to/from the airport
- Technical support and PR(festival leaflet and program book, website and SNS)
- Visa support
* Airfare shall NOT be provided.
* Performance fee could be negotiated according to the number of shows.
 
Selection result
Result will be announced on the festival website (Scheduled 3st week of May)
 
Contact
- Website : http://www.ssaf.or.kr/html_eng/
 - E-mail : ssaf [punt] official [op] gmail [punt] com
 
 
--
Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture
Seoul Street Arts Festival


email: ssaf.official [at] gmail.com
website: http://www.ssaf.or.kr/html_eng/
20/04/2019 - 12:12
Italy

5th Farindola International Arts Festival - Residency for visual artists 27th July - 17th August

The 5th edition of the Farindola International Arts Festival will take place from 29th July to 17th August 2019. Up to 10 visual artists can take part in the residency, information and applicaion forms can be downloaded from the google links below or by emailing farindolafiaf [op] libero [punt] it

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SpW49wT_HHoS4vSBQZntNJHBD3yNsQDy/view?u... .   --> English

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AvDoDI87KuEFqp6hgwDqrHhLWVhB2NGM/view?u... .  --> Italian

https://drive.google.com/file/d/15r96FukdfFCz9KYYFGENIWAwreoEngRg/view?u... --> Deutsch


email: farindolafiaf [at] libero.it
website:
20/04/2019 - 08:48
Latvia

SCULPTURE QUADRENNIAL RIGA | NO NEW IDOLS PERFORMANCE FESTIVAL • OPEN CALL FOR PERFORMANCE PARTICIPANTS

OPEN CALL FOR PERFORMANCE PARTICIPANTS
Sculpture Quadrennial Riga, Latvia, May 27 – May 30, 2019
Applications are now accepted on a rolling base until April 30, 2019 through https://bit.ly/2KRBoKG.

VestAndPage, La Pocha Nostra, Francesca Carol Rolla and No New Idols, the Sculpture Quadrennial Riga's newly launched performance art festival are searching for Performance Participants. This opportunity to work under the artists' direction in the development of a new collaborative performance is open to experimental performance artists, actors, dancers, poets, and students from all over the world. Space is extremely limited and expected to fill quickly - please send in your application at the earliest.

Members of La Pocha Nostra (Guillermo Gómez-Peña, Saula Garcia Lopez, and Balitronica Gómez) along with VestAndPage (Verena Stenke and Andrea Pagnes), explore concepts of paganism, ritualism, and post-modern concepts of home and belonging in Riga, Latvia. Together with them, and along with performance art curators Justin Charles Hoover (USA) and Francesca Carol Rolla (IT/ES), participants will explore psychomagic, a poetics of relations, and the creation of alternative artistic communities within the elegant and cosmopolitan capital in Eastern Europe, Riga. This transcontinental collaboration aims to set foundations for radical interaction and new terms of exchange. Here, idols crumble over political borders and across philosophical edges. A multiplicity of ritual bodies perform as communicant vessels through an infrastructure of language, multilingual poetry and text corpora. The project will take three days of rehearsal and one day of live performance at Tu jau zini Kur, a unique creative art setting in a transformed factory environs.

Selected artists from several countries and differing identities work towards a performance that represents the connective tissue and lingua franca for our temporary artistic community. The selected performers will take part in an intensive three-day training in which they are expected to integrate and work to create new performance elements for the performance at the No New Idols Festival. The selected artists must be willing to take direction, be open to collaborative ideas, and have already had experience with solo or group performance/contemporary theatre works.

Please fill the application form online on https://bit.ly/2KRBoKG and answer the corresponding questions. Notifications of acceptance will be given within two weeks of having submitted your application, giving you time to plan accordingly. We will be accepting participants on a rolling basis so we encourage submitting your application in advance of the deadline. Artists travelling from outside of Riga will need to provide for their own room and board. You must be 18+ to apply.

This is a FREE program thanks to the generous sponsorship of the Sculpture Quadrennial Riga. Seize the opportunity to work with these artists and learn their techniques in a first-hand experience.

VestAndPage show with All and None (HOME IX) the ninth chapter of their ongoing performances cycle HOME. The cycle inquires into the concepts of Home and the ideal force of a community and sites of belonging, while at the same time questioning the precarious umbrella of state systems and norms that ascribe conventional meanings to both the collective and places. This chapter is at the same time a contemporary reading of Nietzsche's Thus Spoke Zarathustra and the honouring of the life story of a young Malian refugee rescued adrift the Mediterranean Sea. The crisis of the reason and the actual state of global crisis are here considered decisive states that press for change. This is an invitation to remember ourselves to ourselves, to the other, and to listen to each others’ narratives. | www.vest-and-page.de

La Pocha Nostra present Uroboros: 3 Psychomagic Rituals Against Violence. This simultaneous re-enactment of 3 of their classic performances features Guillermo Gómez-Peña, Saul Garcia Lopez & Balitronica Gómez. The images involve nude human bodies in state of trance undergoing various processes of “curacion” (healing): including political acupuncture, traditional tarot, and Mexican witchcraft. La Pocha Nostra, “the most influential performance troupe of the last 10 years”, is known for its radical interactive performances dealing with issues that equate the human body with the political body and frontally deal with complex gender & ethnic identities, migration, and the politics of new technologies and language.

Francesca Carol Rolla operates performatically as a syntactic connecting tissue bridging the two groups’ imaginary through a corpus texti in action, developed together with the group of selected artists. With No More Idols – READ IT AGAIN (third chapter of the on-going curatorial project COLLECTIVE SIGNATURES), writing will be used as a performative tool, to textually respond to and bridge the actions of VestAndPage and La Pocha Nostra. With the aim of giving a visible shape to the invisible stories that underlie relationships, the action sculpts the in-between space as a corpus texto through collective performative writing. It is an invitation to inquire into the evidence of language and the crisis of conventional meaning, and to map a potential lexical cartography of the collective performance opera No More Idols. | www.collectivesignatures.com

NO NEW IDOLS • Curated by Justin Hoover, No New Idols Festival presents a curated sample of artists across the globe and focusing on the Baltic region, with select artists from the United States, Europe, and Scandinavia to investigate how new manifestations of performance, ritual and post-modern identity rely on the ancients for their source code, their root forms, and their teleological trajectories. As a program of the Sculpture Quadrennial Riga, No New Idols experiments with new ways to look at sculpture, positing it as inclusive of body-based and temporal practices. In this way, this festival repositions sculpture as a relationship between the viewer and his/her experience of time and space. The goal for No New Idols is to show a wealth of practices by internationally renowned artists and excellent local artists, and to draw unexpected connections between seemingly disparate forms of art. The concept behind the program is to look to contemporary performance as a reframing of ancient rituals and a way to build communities of healing, resistance, and reinvention. It focuses through a post-colonial and feminist/queer lens centering on actions of the body. http://squadrennial.com/en/par/


email: team [at] squadrennial.com
website: http://squadrennial.com/en/par/
19/04/2019 - 16:52
Belgium

Call for Artists - ACAF October 2019 (Brussels)

Call for Artists - ACAF October 2019

Have your work reviewed by our jury comprised of heavy hitters from the art world including Simon de Pury, Kenny Schachter, Sylvain Levy, Shaune Arp, to name a few, to join our October fair in Brussels.

Artists and Collective: https://forms.gle/chAGHRj5X6BPNwu76
Sculpture and Design: https://forms.gle/GbJvyuHUf9K1LUhD9
Visit www.accessibleartfair.com for information about applying.


email: ilaria.acaf [at] gmail.com
website: http://www.accessibleartfair.com
19/04/2019 - 11:36
Italy

The Global City - deadline for application extendet to the 5 of May

The OPEN CALL for The Global City, intensive workshop directed by Instabili Vaganti (Anna Dora Dorno & Nicola Pianzola) and addressed to international professional actors, dancers, performers and artists will close on 5th of May.

 

The workshop, taking place between 17th and 30th May 2019, aims to investigate the themes of the International Research Project

MEGALOPOLIS, directed by Instabili Vaganti in the biggest cities of the planet.

The participants will have the occasion to work in residency with the company in the suggestive spaces of LabOratorio San Filippo Neri for 12 intensive days and to take part in the performance Megalopolis#Bologna, final outcome of the workshop, accompanied by a chorus of 50 actors and students on 30th May 2019, within the VIII edition of PerformAzioni, International Workshop Festival. At the end of the workshop, some participants might be selected in order to join the cast of the production "The Global City", directed by Instabili Vaganti a co-production with the National Theatre in Genoa and the FIDAE Festival in Uruguay, that will debut in autumn 2019.

 

Participation in the selection workshop is free of charge. In order to enroll it is necessary to fill in the online application form on the site www.instabilivaganti.com

 

Application form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfhKumt8fyScm_RvItHM-Hyy6Iz7Ewm...

 

Complete open call: https://www.instabilivaganti.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Open-Call_pr...

 

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/308129140056038/

 

 


email: workshop [at] instabilivaganti.com
website: http://instabilivaganti.com
18/04/2019 - 18:21
United States

Solo Series 2019-20

Our Solo Series offers artists the opportunity to show a body of work in an individual gallery. Each season, AAC’s exhibition program features national and regional artists in our gallery spaces, as well as related programs such as lectures, public forums, and workshops designed to involve audiences in the experience.

 

Applicants will also be considered for an exhibition in our Community Arts Gallery, which highlights artists whose work aims to create conversation and engagement around local cultural and historical concerns.

 

SUBMISSION INFO: Image(s) and specifications of work (Title, Year, Medium, Dimensions, Price) for 6-10 works, a bio, and an artist statement. 

 

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: June 10, 2019


email: calls [at] abingtonartcenter.org
website: https://abingtonartcenter.org/calls-for-artists/
18/04/2019 - 18:19
United States

Summer Juried Show 2019

This exhibition celebrates art in all its forms, showcasing submissions that have been hand-picked by our juror from the local community. We welcome submissions in any medium for display in our galleries this summer.

 

JUROR: Shannon Rose Moriarty

 

Shannon Rose Moriarty is a teaching artist who believes in the creative power of authenticity. She successfully motivates others to grow by encouraging self expression and curiosity through playful experimentation, creative problem solving, and artistic decision making. She serves at-risk youth at Philadelphia OIC Workforce Academy in Philadelphia, where she built a comprehensive arts & humanities curriculum intentionally focused on bringing the art of living into the classroom. At Abington Art Center, Moriarty energizes ceramics enthusiasts who each recognize and meet their personal creative goals; as well as adult artists with special abilities at the YWCA in Princeton, NJ; who together, prove to be the strongest example of a supportive artistic community. Shannon is also a founding member of the artist-run gallery space, Spillway Collective, where she joyfully curates inclusive and collaborative exhibitions.She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in ceramics, a minor in art education and, a Pennsylvania PK-12 art teaching certification from Arcadia University in 2015.

 

Images are submitted digitally, along with specifications of physical work. (Title, Year, Medium, Dimensions, Price) Selected artists are responsible for framing/preparing their work for exhibition, and dropping off at or mailing to (with return label) the Art Center for hanging/installation.


email: calls [at] abingtonartcenter.org
website: https://abingtonartcenter.org/calls-for-artists/
18/04/2019 - 03:07

Seoul Street Arts Festival 2019 Open Call for International Program

 

 

 

Seoul Street Arts Festival 201 9

Open Call for International Program

 

Seoul Street Arts Festival is seeking international programs to enrich the festival in 2019

 

‘Seoul Street Arts Festival’ was formerly ‘Hi Seoul Festival’. Since 2003, the Festival, a representative street arts festival in Seoul, Korea, has implied the characters of the history, spaces and diversity of Seoul Metropolitan City. It is held in the first week of October every year during 4 days in the outdoor spaces such as squares and streets in downtown of Seoul. The festival is focusing on the street arts as its main program since 2012.

 

Now the festival is looking for its international programs, street theater, dance, circus, puppets, installation and various types of contemporary arts which can be performed under the outdoor conditions. All the companies and artists who are interested in the festival can apply.

 

*Check out the 2018 official after movie of the festival on YOUTUBE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEY-Nr4dx1I

 

 

Seoul Street Arts Festival 2019

- Date : 3th – 6th October 2019

- Location : Downtown area of Seoul, Korea

 

How to apply

Email to ssaf [punt] official [op] gmail [punt] com along with all required documents.

 

Required documents

1. Application Form

2. Photos of the program (3~5)

3. Full video (url) or Script of the program

4. Technical Rider

 

Submission period

Applications due by 10 May 2019(Friday), 24:00 (KST)

*Korean Standard Time : https://www.timeanddate.com/time/zones/kst

 

Festival shall provide

- Total Performance fee 3,000 USD Maximum (net of tax)

- Accommodation and Perdiem (Perdiem will be 30,000 KRW per person a day.)

- Pick-up service to/from the airport

- Technical support and PR(festival leaflet and program book, website and SNS)

- Visa support

* Airfare shall NOT be provided.

* Performance fee could be negotiated according to the number of shows.

 

Selection result

Result will be announced on the festival website (Scheduled 3st week of May)

 

Contact

- Website : http://www.ssaf.or.kr/html_eng/

- E-mail : ssaf [punt] official [op] gmail [punt] com

 

--

Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture

Seoul Street Arts Festival

 


email: ssaf.official [at] gmail.com
website: http://www.ssaf.or.kr/html_eng/
18/04/2019 - 01:26
United States

Watercolor

Watercolor

Pacific Art League presents a collection of works dedicated to the exploration of Watercolor. PAL invites artists of all levels and mediums (limits on video and installation) to submit artworks communicated in the style of watercolor. 

 

EXHIBITION DATES  

June 7 – 26, 2019

 

ELIGIBILITY 

Open to all artistic works. Limits on video and installation (contact us with questions). Open to PAL members and non-members.

 

ENTRY FEE 

- Members: $40 for 1st entry, and $10 for each additional entry  

- Non-Members: $50 for 1st entry, and $10 for each additional entry

 

SUBMISSION PROCESS 

Directions to submit are at the bottom of this page. For additional entries click here: https://pacificartleague.submittable.com/submit

 

SUBMISSION DEADLINE 

Thursday, May 9, 2019

 

SELECTION NOTIFICATION DATE  

Tuesday, May 14, 2019 by email.

 

OPENING RECEPTION 

First Friday, June 7th, 2019 from 5:30pm-8:00pm Winners announced at reception. 

 

AWARDS 

- 1st: $150 

- 2nd: $75  

- 3rd: $50 

- Three honorable mentions

 

ART INTAKE 

Accepted works must be hand delivered to PAL on Thursday, May 30th or May 31st (10am-4pm) ONLY.

 

ART PICK UP 

Exhibited works must be picked up at PAL at the end of the exhibit on Thursday, June 27th or Firday, June 28th (10am-4pm) ONLY.

 

SALES COMMISSION 

Share of sales price for members = 60% 

Share of sales price non-members = 50% 

 

JUDGE 

TBA

 

EXHIBITION GUIDELINES 

· All work must be original and not previously exhibited at PAL 

· All 2D work must be ready to hang on a wire

· All 2D work must be framed or on gallery -wrapped canvas with finished edges

· Size of work is limited to 40” wide by 50” tall, including frame (contact below for inquiry)  

· All work must be labeled on the front with title and artist’s name

· Please contact the gallery manager if you have questions on pricing


email: gallerymanager [at] pacificartleague.org
website: https://pacificartleague.submittable.com/submit
18/04/2019 - 01:24
United States

Abstraction

Abstraction

Pacific Art League presents a collection of works dedicated to the exploration of Abstraction. PAL invites artists of all levels and mediums (limits on video and installation) to submit artworks communicated in the style of Abstraction. We are honored to have an acclaimed owner of Bryant Street Gallery, Karen Imperial juror this show.

 

EXHIBITION DATES 

June 7 – 26, 2019

 

ELIGIBILITY

Open to all artistic works. Limits on video and installation (contact us with questions). Open to PAL members and non-members.

 

ENTRY FEE

- Members: $40 for 1st entry, and $10 for each additional entry 
- Non-Members: $50 for 1st entry, and $10 for each additional entry

 

SUBMISSION PROCESS

Directions to submit are at the bottom of this page. For additional entries click here: https://pacificartleague.submittable.com/submit

 

SUBMISSION DEADLINE

Thursday, May 9, 2019

 

SELECTION NOTIFICATION DATE 

Tuesday, May 14, 2019 by email.

 

OPENING RECEPTION

First Friday, June 7th, 2019 from 5:30pm-8:00pm

Winners announced at reception. 

AWARDS

- 1st: $150

- 2nd: $75 

- 3rd: $50

- Three honorable mentions

 

ART INTAKE

Accepted works must be hand delivered to PAL on Thursday, May 30th or May 31st (10am-4pm) ONLY.

 

ART PICK UP

Exhibited works must be picked up at PAL at the end of the exhibit on Thursday, June 27th or Firday, June 28th (10am-4pm) ONLY.

 

SALES COMMISSION

Share of sales price for members = 60%
Share of sales price non-members = 50% 

 

JUDGE

Karen Imperial

 

EXHIBITION GUIDELINES

· All work must be original and not previously exhibited at PAL

· All 2D work must be ready to hang on a wire.

· All 2D work must be framed or on gallery -wrapped canvas with finished edges.

· Size of work is limited to 40” wide by 50” tall, including frame (contact below for inquiry) 

· All work must be labeled on the front with title and artist’s name. 

· Please contact the gallery manager if you have questions on pricing. 


email: gallerymanager [at] pacificartleague.org
website: https://pacificartleague.submittable.com/submit