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KLATCH 2.0 Residency

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Shift is pleased to support Klatch in their upcoming curatorial residency.

In their time at Shift, Klatch will be developing their own practices alongside developing curatorial skills and building relationships with other artists.

Klatch is extending an invitation to artists working within the Cardiff/South Wales area to take part in a 2 week residency with the collective in SHIFT Cardiff.

This is not an invitation to be part of our collective, just to join us in a residency.

Deadline: 4PM, 29.07.19

Residency: 05.08.19 - 18.08.19

Closing Event: 16.18.19

KLATCH STATEMENT:

Klatch was initially formed with the aim of celebrating our own distinctive approaches to
contemporary painting through curation that prompts critical discussion about what it means to
be a painter today. Our residency at Shift will offer other artists’ the opportunity to engage,
discuss, provoke and challenge each other within a shared space; a place to network, develop
practices’ in response to others, and to gain an understanding of working within an
interdisciplinary environment. We are welcoming artists from all disciplines to explore their
practice through sharing work with others, allowing others to experience in-progress/completed
works, and exploring contemporary practices through curation.
Within this residency, we aim to explore how each of our practices relate to each other and reveal
the different relationships that exist between contemporary practices. The space will be ever-
evolving as the artists participating in the residency will be collaborating together, and over the
course of the two weeks we will be inviting the public to join us for discussion.

Deadline: 
07/29/2019

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Nominations are invited for the Artes Mundi 9 Exhibition and Prize

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Nominations can be for artists of any age working in any medium from anywhere in the world. They must be making and exhibiting work and should already be well-known in the country or region in which they live and work.  The nominated artist will also be gaining or have established an international reputation for their work.

Artes Mundi was established in 2002 as an exhibition and prize which explores “the human condition”. To be shortlisted for the Artes Mundi Prize artists must create work that directly engages with people’s everyday lives and experiences, exploring contemporary social issues from across the globe in a way that resonates both locally and internationally. Every nomination received will be reviewed by a panel of independent selectors who will choose a shortlist of artists to take part in the biennial exhibition.

We are delighted to announce Cosmin Costinas (Executive Director and Curator, Para Site, Hong Kong), Elvira Dyangani Ose (Director, The Showroom, London) and Rachel Kent (Chief Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia) as the selectors for Artes Mundi 9.

Artes Mundi 9 will take place in Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, from late 2020 to early 2021 and the winning artist will receive a prize of 40,000 GBP.

Deadline: 
06/03/2019

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