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Call For Artists
Future of the world
an international art exhibition
Exhibition - India | December 12, 2020 – March 12, 2021
Deadline: February 28, 2020

Theme: Future of the world
Hashtag Future is a progressive curatorial initiative about making creative knowledge bank for the understanding of future vision regarding ecological sustainability and community livelihood, especially from the perspective of community art and cultural practice. It is a curatorial collaboration between Madhavan Pillai and Kaur Chimuk.

>Who can apply?
1. Artist/scholar/cultural developer, any individual or collective regardless of experience level, background, are invited to apply.
2. Submissions are accepted from the following nation - India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, China, Korea, and Japan.
3. You must be the creator of the artwork and you must have the right to submit them for the exhibition. If someone else is submitting on your behalf (e.g. an agent or a gallery), they must have the right and authorization from you to do so.

>What can I submit?
1. You can submit your conceptual artwork in any experiential/physical form (example - Painting, Sculpture, Photography, Installation art, Mixed Media, Video art, sound art and Drawing as well).
2. We prefer the artwork of any size to be environment-friendly, easy-light weighted, comparative disposable format.

>How many artworks I can submit?
You can submit a maximum of four artworks.

>What is the fee?
Entry to the first stage is free for all the artists however selected artists to have to pay the fees to manage all expenses related to the exhibition ... (i.e. advertising/invitations/catalog printing/hanging fees/shipping/food and drink/interviews/framing, etc., etc.) The entry fee for this exhibition is Rs.2000 for one artwork, Rs.3000 for two artworks, Rs.4000 for three artworks and Rs.5000 for four artworks. The Fee is non-refundable. You will not be refunded the fee if you later decide to withdraw your application for the exhibition.

>How to apply?
Please send the following information along with the artwork to our email address
· Personal Details
· Your Artwork Details
· Your CV and 2 Statements (One about your practice and one about the work you will submit).

If you are curious to know more: “Be the change that we wish to see in the world, the quote by Mahatma Gandhi is an old classic but still very appropriate and important. Because it’s real, practical and an authentic effort to inspire and create change. Artists are the special breed of professionals in society, throughout the history of social movement and social revolt, who raise and react against oppression, violence, injustice, and inequalities without waiting for others. Artists act most of the time independently, open the imaginations & creativity and contribute to the social change by producing knowledge and solidarity or simply raising awareness or record & preserve our human history to tell stories and pass on traditions to the next generations or completely reimagine the future.

With this belief and thoughts Hashtag Future, invite all the artists to rise to the occasion, to explore and understand the current dialogs on climate change, environmental issues and challenges. We invite Artists to reimagine the world and create the New World Order. Hashtag Future is inviting all interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary proposals from practicing artist/scholar/cultural developer (traditional/experimental format - drawings, photos, visual text, moving images, installation/sculpture, performance artworks, etc) to participate in the upcoming “future of the world” initiative, we are primarily interested to observe and connect with your ideas regarding the future model for the world in terms of sustainability and social-environmental changes.​

TAC's future collaboration | 2020

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02/28/2020

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International Artist Residency Open Call -2020

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FARM Studio International Artist Residency’s aim is to provide a rural, community-based open platform where creativity can unfold. Residents stay and create in a unique atmosphere and entirely new environment where they can develop their artwork free from accustomed distractions. Relationships form between the artists coming from different geographical locations and varied social, religious and cultural backgrounds. Here, collaborations and experimentation is encouraged. Many exciting exchanges and dialogues among artists take place. Farm Studio also promotes and celebrates the local community’s artistic and cultural identity while also introducing art and culture of others (Indian and International guests) back to the community. This intercultural exchange broadens everyone’s experiences and fosters art appreciation.

Farm Studio International Artist Residency hosts artists from September to March each year, with accommodations available for up to 6-12 residents at one time.

Artists of all disciplines creating in any media are welcome to apply: dance, theatre, music, sound, performance art, writing, painting, drawing, printmaking, textiles, culinary, photography, video/film, animation, architecture, sculpture (any material), ceramics, mixed-media / multi-media, interdisciplinary, installation, and other new/alternative media. Researchers, curators, and art critics are also welcome to apply. Open to emerging and established artists.

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02/20/2020

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7th sowing seeds artist village residency, village badanga, udaipur, rajsthan, india

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It’s a great honor for us to invite visual and performing artists and art critics for the ‘Sowing Seeds tribal village artist residency’ in the most colorful State of India, which is known for its rich cultural tradition. The people themselves define the beautiful and varied aspects through different colors.
Visual artists, performing artists, art critics and local community will collaborate to create work about tribal culture in rural Rajasthan (INDIA). There will be opportunities for collaborative work that interacts with the rural environment.
“Sowing Seeds” is a project that intends to create dialogues and exchanges among artists beyond their national identity and serves as an opportunity for rural artists to meet, share and exchange ideas, visions, and diverse views in order to create a deeper understanding of art. It acts as a social environment developing and improving the artistic impressions of experts as well as emerging artists. As an alternative art space in INDIA, “Sowing Seeds” is geared to exchange the challenges required to organize such a contemporary artist village residency within rural areas and thus giving rise to a new era in art.
The key to our Artist residency projects will be creating local community collaboration to create works related to environment and social development in the village of Rajasthan (INDIA)
The artist residency will bring together 15 international artists practicing in a wide variety of media, collaboration, outdoor sculpture, documentation, or performing to bring benefit to a specific site and share ideas and methods for a period of 12 days in the village of Rajasthan (INDIA).
The artists residency will provide the selected artists with full lodging and food, work space, local transportation and a small material stipend.
Sowing seeds -2012 experience link: https://vimeo.com/115519346
Residency period
* 19th January 2020 to 30th January 2020 [12-days]
Residency location: Village : Badanga – Udaipur, Rajasthan (INDIA)
Eligible applicants

All age visual artists, performing artists and critics – Artists who are able to stay at village for the designated period of time

Artists who are able to produce results of his or her residence activities, e.g. exhibitions, performances, concerts or presentations

Artists who are able to communicate and collaborate with local people and participate in the exchange program,

How to apply
Applicants should fill in all the required fields in the application
Submitted information is only used for selection and not for any other purpose.
Deadline
Applications must be received by 30th Oct. 2019.
Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.
Applications will not be accepted if there is any deficiency or if required information is missing.

Results
Results will be announced in the beginning of 5th November 2019.
All successful applicants Artists list publish on web page. kamanartfoundation.in

Deadline: 
10/30/2019

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Open Call: Space118 Contemporaries Residency 2020

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SPACE118 CONTEMPORARIES RESIDENCY PROGRAM:2020

 

Space 118 is delighted to announce its Open Call for artists and writers for their 2020 Residency Program, “Space 118 Contemporaries 2020”.

Space118 will nominate two artists and one writer for an eight week residency at Space118. The residency will be held in three slots, of two months eachMarch-April, June-July, and September-October 2020. The writers and artists can choose the slot convenient to them. The artist will also receive a stipend and accommodation during their residency.

The Space118 Contemporaries residency provides emerging artists and writers from across India with an opportunity for exchange and dialogue. It aims to provide young artists and writers,  a forum for experimentation and interaction with the larger creative community, and attempts to create a network of diverse artists across mediums and disciplines.

To mark the 10 years of Space118, we have decided to launch the Space118 Contemporaries 2020, which will be one of the  new age programmes in our roster. Functioning as a unique residency model that closely curates artists at the start of their professional careers. The Space118 Contemporaries 2020 is populated with artists’ visits and interactions, studio visits and curated exhibition walkthroughs for the winner to have a gamut of art-related experiences and exposure. The aim of the Space118 Contemporaries is to provide infrastructure, inspiration and mentorship to emerging artists and art practices in Mumbai city.

The Space118 Contemporaries 2020 residency ends with an Open Day, where resident artists show their works in progress and interact with audiences. The Open Studio day is a great learning opportunity for young artists to showcase their own practice and get valuable feedback and criticism from their peers, colleagues, senior art practitioners, art critics and the public at large.

The artists will be chosen by a select jury that comprises of Shilpa Gupta, Mortimer Chatterjee and Anurag Khanna.

The writers will be selected by jury members: Anupa Mehta and Nancy Adajania.

Shilpa Gupta,  (b. 1976, India) studied at Sir J. J. School of Art (Sculpture). She has had solo shows at Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, OK Center for Contemporary Art in Linz and Arnolfini in Bristol and has participated in biennales in Venice, Berlin, Kochi, Lyon, Gwangju, Havana, Yokohama, Liverpool amongst others. Her work has been shown in Moma, Tate Modern, Centre Pompidou, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New Museum and Mori Museum.

Mortimer Chatterjee, (b. 1975, UK) received his Masters in the History of Indian Art and Architecture from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. He moved to Mumbai in 2001 while working for British auction house Bowring’s. In 2003, he began Chatterjee & Lal along with his wife. Based in Colaba’s art district of Mumbai, the gallery’s program is now focused both on the work of emerging artists and historical material. In the last ten years the gallery has been witness to groundbreaking shows by artists, such as Rashid Rana, Nikhil Chopra and Hetain Patel. Mortimer’s recent academic projects have included a co-authored publication on the art collection of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research along with an exhibition of that collection at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai. He has also been the art consultant for the Taj Group of Hotels for more than 12 years.

Anurag Khanna, was awarded the title of “Young Collector of the Year” by Forbes Art Award India in 2014, the self-taught art enthusiast is one of the few Indian art collectors who collects video art extensively. Anurag has earned the reputation of being quite a risk taker and has become one of the few collectors in India, who has dedicated a significant portion of his collection to experimental practices and video art. Given his relative distance from the artworld in cities like Mumbai and Delhi, his vision seems that much more impressive.

Anupa Mehta, (b. 1965, India) a veteran of the Indian art community, with over two decades of experience in providing strategic inputs to arts projects requiring support vis-a-vis planning, programming, marketing and fund-raising.  She has gestated several institutional and private arts programs and events, and her roster of clients is prestigious and diverse. Anupa is an author, an arts consultant and a Narrative Therapist. A graduate in English Literature, Anupa holds a Masters degree in Narrative Therapy & Community work from the University of Melbourne. She is certified in counseling protocol from Spring Counseling, Mumbai, and has trained in story-telling with an emphasis on cross-cultural psychology, with Jungian writer and analyst, Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes. Anupa has been a journalist, a magazine and book editor, a columnist, and a gallery owner. She has authored INDIA 20, a book of interviews with Contemporary Indian artists, a novel, The Waiting Room (Penguin, 2007), and a book of short stories titled Unseasonal Rain (Estrade 2014; 2019). .

Nancy Adajania,  (b.  1971, India) is a cultural theorist, art critic and independent curator to start with an introduction to her extensive work. Adajania has written and lectured extensively on contemporary Indian art, especially new media art and its political and cultural contexts, at international venues such as Documenta 11, Kassel; the Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie (ZKM), Karlsruhe; the Neuer Berliner Kunstverein and the Transmediale, Berlin; the Danish Contemporary Art Foundation, Copenhagen; Lottringer 13, Munich, among others. She was the first coordinator of the newly founded crafts research department of the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), Bombay during 1994–1995, Adajania organised a cycle of symposia and workshops that explored the tension between contemporary art emerging from an urban milieu and the present-day manifestation of the traditional crafts. She was the Editor-in-Chief for Art India from 2000-2002, during which Adajania developed a discursive space singlehandedly, in an Asian context, for emergent new-media and interactive public art practices and social projects on a global level

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08/25/2019

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Open Call: Space118 Fine Arts Grant

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SPACE118 FINE ART GRANT : 2019-2020

Space118 aims to provide emerging independent artists and art writers with a platform to showcase their work and grow within a diverse art community in India. We wish to be a part of creating the future of the next best artist and talent pool in the country.

We are happy to announce and mark the 10 years of Space118 with the launch of the Space 118 Fine Arts Grant, 2019-20. The Grant will be provided to only ONE selected artist for a eight week  residency from 1st November, 2019- 8th January, 2020 at Space118. This would include a production grant of upto one lakh rupees along with travel and accommodation. The recipient also gets a eight week exhibition in January and February, 2020, which is scheduled during the Mumbai Gallery Weekend in Mumbai.

Residencies form the core of Space118’s work. We support and facilitate the professional development of cultural practitioners at all levels of their career, from emerging to established art professionals. We provide residents with a platform to incubate their ideas and showcase them to their international peers and the general public. It aims to provide young artists a forum for experimentation and interaction with the larger creative community, and attempts to create a network of diverse artists across mediums and disciplines.

Based near the arts district in the heart of Mumbai in a warehousing compound, the property includes flexible space for living and working. Our residency programme focuses on critical issues in contemporary art as well as everyday life. Our programmes bring together practitioners from around  India and the world exploring common ideas and practices. We have worked with a range of partner institutions to create residency opportunities for cultural practitioners abroad.

This will be one of the pioneering programmes in our roster, functioning as a unique residency model that closely curates artists at the start of their professional careers. The Space118 Fine Arts Grant programme is populated with artists’ visits and interactions, studio visits and curated exhibition walkthroughs for the winner to have a gamut of art-related experiences and exposure. The aim of theSpace118 Fine Arts Grant programme is to provide infrastructure, inspiration and mentorship to emerging artists and art practices.

The recipient for 2019-20 will be chosen by a jury that comprises of prominent members of the industry including Shilpa Gupta, Mortimer Chatterjee and Anurag Khanna.

Shilpa Gupta,  (b. 1976, India) studied at Sir J. J. School of Art (Sculpture). She has had solo shows at Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, OK Center for Contemporary Art in Linz and Arnolfini in Bristol and has participated in biennales in Venice, Berlin, Kochi, Lyon, Gwangju, Havana, Yokohama, Liverpool amongst others. Her work has been shown in Moma, Tate Modern, Centre Pompidou, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New Museum and Mori Museum.

Mortimer Chatterjee (b. 1975, UK) received his Masters in the History of Indian Art and Architecture from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. He moved to Mumbai in 2001 while working for British auction house Bowring’s. In 2003, he began Chatterjee & Lal along with his wife, Tara Lal. Based in Colaba’s art district of Mumbai, the gallery’s program is now focused both on the work of emerging artists and historical material. In the last ten years the gallery has been witness to groundbreaking shows by artists, such as Rashid Rana, Nikhil Chopra and Hetain Patel. Mortimer’s recent academic projects have included a co-authored publication on the art collection of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research along with an exhibition of that collection at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai. He has also been the art consultant for the Taj Group of Hotels for more than 12 years.

Anurag Khanna,  was awarded the title of “Young Collector of the Year” by Forbes Art Award India in 2014, the self-taught art enthusiast is one of the few Indian art collectors who collects video art extensively. Anurag has earned the reputation of being a risk taker and has become one of the few collectors in India, who has dedicated a significant portion of his collection to experimental practices and video art. Given his relative distance from the artworld in cities like Mumbai and Delhi, his vision seems that much more impressive.

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08/25/2019

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Khwabeeda Leaving Impressions

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Calling Artists, Fine arts students, School children, Art Faculty, Art Hobbyists, Art lovers

Khwabeeda - Leaving Impressions
An exclusive workshop of 'Impressionism' by Nandita Richie

August 20, 21& 22, 2019
Time Slots: 9 - 10:30 am or 11am - 1pm (choose any)

Venue: Art'est - An Art abode, B Block Vipul world Sector 48, off Sohna road, Gurugram

Participation cost: 999/- INR per person for 3 days workshop

For registration and queries regarding the workshop please contact:

Neerajj Mittra : mittraneeraj@gmail.com or artestgallery777@gmail.com (Mob - +91 98111 34599 / 7703834352)

All the participants get a certificate signed by the Artist and Founders of Art'est - An Art Abode, plus an amazing opportunity to learn and imbibe from stalwarts themselves.

Participants have to bring their own, Canvas -1x1 feet, painting knife/spatula, acrylic colors, color mixing palette, pencil, eraser, sharpener, apron, brushes.

Please call or SMS or whatsapp on any of the given numbers to register.

https://www.facebook.com/events/2141796782788739/?ti=cl

What's in it for me :

Learn and imbibe the art form called ‘Impressionism’ a style in which the artist captures the image of an object as someone would see it if they just caught a glimpse of it. They paint the pictures with a lot of color and most of their pictures are outdoor scenes.

Understand capturing of the light by colour, direct application of paints on canvas and develop their own ‘Impressionism’ vocabulary as they learn to use short, thick strokes of paint to capture the essence of the object rather than the subject's detail.

I remain
Neerajj Mittra
Visual Artist, Art Curator & Designovator
Founder – Art’est- An Art Abode
Goodwill Ambassador- SOS Children’s Villages of India
981134599

Calling Artists, Fine arts students, School children, Art Faculty, Art Hobbyists, Art lovers

Khwabeeda - Leaving Impressions
An exclusive workshop of 'Impressionism' by Nandita Richie

August 20, 21& 22, 2019
Time Slots: 9 - 10:30 am or 11am - 1pm (choose any)

Venue: Art'est - An Art abode, B Block Vipul world Sector 48, off Sohna road, Gurugram

Participation cost: 999/- INR per person for 3 days workshop

For registration and queries regarding the workshop please contact:

All the participants get a certificate signed by the Artist and Founders of Art'est - An Art Abode, plus an amazing opportunity to learn and imbibe from stalwarts themselves.

Participants have to bring their own, Canvas -1x1 feet, painting knife/spatula, acrylic colors, color mixing palette, pencil, eraser, sharpener, apron, brushes.

 

What's in it for me :

Learn and imbibe the art form called ‘Impressionism’ a style in which the artist captures the image of an object as someone would see it if they just caught a glimpse of it. They paint the pictures with a lot of color and most of their pictures are outdoor scenes.

Understand capturing of the light by colour, direct application of paints on canvas and develop their own ‘Impressionism’ vocabulary as they learn to use short, thick strokes of paint to capture the essence of the object rather than the subject's detail.

I remain
Neerajj Mittra
Visual Artist, Art Curator & Designovator
Founder – Art’est- An Art Abode
Goodwill Ambassador- SOS Children’s Villages of India
 

Deadline: 
08/20/2019

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Fee Detail: 
INR 999 /- per person for 3 days workshop
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