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IncuArts Gallery invites artists to submit work for the upcoming exhibition, Force.


Force explores ideas related to the forces that govern our lives, both seen and unseen. What influences your experiences- excessive or deadly force, judicial and social injustices, notions of cultural "norms", gender, race or ethnicity, sexual orientation, or economic disparities? Are religious, spiritual, or political forces at work? How do you react to these forces? How do they influence your work?

Entry Deadline: January 16, 2021

Selections Announced- January 23, 2021

Exhibition Dates - February 1 - 28, 2021

Selected artists will have their work featured in the online exhibition and via social media platforms.

Artists of all media are encouraged to apply.

Women, people of color, LGBTQ+, and other community members are encouraged to apply.

Each artwork will be considered based upon the merit of individual images submitted by each artist. 


*Entries will be reviewed on a weekly  basis until the deadline. Artists are strongly advised to submit their entries early.*


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Art Hawaii International Call for Installation Artists





About Art Hawaii International:

Art Hawaii International is a contemporary art fair with inaugural dates November 6-10, 2019, located in Honolulu at Hawaii Convention Center. The spectacular location will bring local visitors, as well as destination art travelers from around the world.

AHI exhibitors include vetted international galleries, museums, art foundations, art publications, art films and art talks. The art fair program includes annual curatorial themes highlighting important subjects through art. AHI philosophy includes building better bridges to art knowledge for visitors through AHI proprietary app, kiosks and informational sources. We provide personal service for AHI attendees, especially Asia-centric visitors in their language, to obtain information on exhibitors and the artwork, to further cultivate art collectors, art lovers and art buyers. 

Open to:
>  Professional career artists, from any country worldwide, with exhibition history of no less than two years represented in an established contemporary gallery.
>  Artists, from any country worldwide, who do not have gallery representation, but have an established history of creating professional artwork installations for no less than five years.


The Art Installations:
We are seeking immersive installations by artists to be exhibited in Art Hawaii International and public sites in Honolulu which align with the theme, “Art Ecosystem: Upcycled” (artwork created with upcycled, recycled, sustainable materials), as well as installations driven by technology, multi-media, light, sound, mapping, and immersive experiences. We are open to conceptual work influenced by environmental, political, social and cultural themes.

Provided for the selected artists:
>  AHI to provide monetary allotment up to $1,000, depending upon the complexity, scale, dimension of work.
>  AHI to provide the cost of shipping the artwork roundtrip, ($5,000 maximum), actual cost must be included in the proposal.
>  AHI to provide one roundtrip coach airline ticket to Honolulu ($2,000 maximum) for the artist to install the artwork.
>  AHI to provide three nights accommodation, ($200 per night maximum, $600 total) with other artists in Airbnb or other type of room accommodation. 

Provided for selected artists who reside in Hawaii; must live and work in Hawaii year-round:
>  AHI to provide monetary allotment up to $2,500, depending upon the complexity, scale, dimension of work.
>  AHI to provide the local cost of transporting the artwork roundtrip, actual cost must be included in the proposal
>  AHI to provide local Hawaii airfare and accommodation for artist if needed, three nights max.

Opportunity and promotion for the selected artists:
>  Inclusion in press releases, social media, marketing
>  Meet curators, collectors, galleries, artists and individuals in the art world
>  Opportunity for artists to experience the art fair within the incredible location of Oahu, Waikiki Beach and proximity to visit other islands of Hawaii.

Space provided for the artwork:
>  Artwork Installation area, approximate footprint size can range from 10 x 10 feet (3 x 3 meters), up to 30 x 30 feet (9 x 9 meters).

>  The artwork installation must not have been shown in more than one other art fair.
>  If selected, the artist shall receive an agreement with an outline of responsibilities and deadline for shipment.



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CLOSING SOON - Small Plates Choreography Festival Honolulu





Hosted by Haven Movement Company
September 20 and 21, 2019 at 8:00 p.m.
The Arts at Marks Garage
1159 Nuuanu Ave
Honolulu, HI 96817


Applications are open for Small Plates Choreography Festival, a curated dance performance series to be presented on September 20 and 21, 2019 at 8:00 p.m. at The Arts at Marks Garage in Honolulu. All choreographers of any genre interested in presenting work in an intimate venue in Chinatown in Honolulu are welcome to apply.

The Arts at Mark's Garage is an intimate performance space that seats approximately 75 people. The dimensions of the performance area are approximately 18' wide x 14' deep with audience on three sides. The floor is painted concrete. The performances will be supported with basic lighting with a limited number of cues.

Ensemble dance works no longer than 10 minutes long will be considered, solos works no longer than 8 minutes. If your work is longer than our time limits, please edit your video to show how the work will be adjusted to fall within the constraints. Work that is over time will not be considered. Completed work will be given priority over works-in-progress or proposed work, but all applications will be given full consideration by our panel.

Small Plates creates a growth environment by facilitating feedback sessions with the audience after each performance. All performers and choreographers are expected to remain on-site to participate in this part of the performance. Local dance and artistic professionals are encouraged to attend as audience members and bring their voices to this conversation, and to provide choreographers with valuable feedback and networking opportunities. This artist/audience interface is what makes Small Plates truly special.

Choreographers who have their work chosen will be responsible to self-produce their participation their own fundraising for travel to the performance and accommodations on island. There are no stipends for these performances. Choreographers will receive a video and photographs of their work after the show.

Dancers and choreographers must be available for technical rehearsal on Thursday, September 19, and call time for performances will be 5:00 p.m.

The deadline to apply is June 15, 2019. You will be notified by email on or before July 1 with our decision of acceptance or rejection. If your piece is accepted, you will have one week after you receive our email to submit your program information, technical information, publicity photos, and sound file.

All work will be adjudicated by a panel of career choreographers and dance professionals holding BFA's/MFA's from university dance programs across the nation, and experienced in Dance, Production and Mixed Media Arts.


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