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ARTWORKS 2021 the Carlow Arts Festival and VISUAL Carlow Annual Open Submission and Art Award.

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THE OPPORTUNITY

Artists are invited to submit work in any medium for selection. The 2021 exhibition titled Woman in the Machine will be presented in the galleries at VISUAL and at the Braun Factory site in Carlow from June 11th 2021 and online at www.carlowartsfestival.com and www.visualcarlow.ie . All artists selected will receive an artist’s fee. 

This year’s ARTWORKS Open Submission invites submissions in response to the title Woman in the Machine, by artists who are working at the intersections between art, technology and new media. It invites submissions that respond to our current technological moment and the effect that the evolving digital world is having on life and practice.

ARTWORKS 2021 is open to visual and performing artists; artists making electronic music, large scale sculpture, outdoor work, film and digitally native projects.  

The works selected from open call will be part of a larger summer programme of film, talks, performances and electronic music commissions.

This programme will exist in the galleries at VISUAL, at Braun and on a dedicated website.

TERMS

  • Submission deadline is Thursday 1st April 2021 @5pm  
  • All work submitted must have been completed between 2019 and 2021 
  • Submitted work must be available for sale. 
  • Film-based work may be submitted as part of the online process (YouTube or Vimeo link). 
  • Digitally native, performative work, large scale work and/or outdoor work can be submitted.
  • Work is accepted for exhibition on merit. Copyright of all work is the property of the artist. Carlow Arts Festival and VISUAL Carlow reserve the right to photograph/film work for publicity and digital presentation purposes. 
Deadline: 
04/01/2021

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Fee Detail: 
€10 per submission
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Stoa Collective - ALL FORMS WELCOME

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Artist Open Call - all art forms welcome!

Stoa Collective is an online platform for emerging artists of all disciplines. On February 1st, we opened submissions for our second digital exhibition Catalyst. Submissions are open until February 28th and are for all genres of work.

You can visit our website and submit here.
Learn more about Catalyst here.

Our first exhibition, Out of Body, featured 40 multidisciplinary artists from all over the world, and can be visited here.
Follow us on Instagram @stoacollective and on Twitter @stoacollective_ 

Deadline: 
03/01/2021

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Stoa Collective - ALL FORMS WELCOME

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Artist Open Call - all art forms welcome!

Stoa Collective is a brand new online platform for artists of any discipline to come together as a community and showcase their work. On November 1st we opened submissions for our first digital exhibition Out of Body. Submissions are open until December 1st and are for all genres of work.

Deadline: 
12/01/2020

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Open Call Artist in Residence Programme 2021

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Creative Spark is delighted to offer visual artists a residency programme for 2020.Creative Spark is a not-for-profit company established to promote creative and cultural industries, including new and emerging businesses and freelance practitioners, in County Louth, Ireland. Creative Spark provides a dedicated creative training and workspace facility.The Creative Spark Residency Programme will provide opportunities for visual artists and art professionals to research and develop their practices. It will support both emerging and established visual artists working in any medium, but will give preference to those artists developing a body of work in a printmaking discipline.Application is by open call and is open to Irish and international applicants.Each residency will be supported by provision of studio space in Creative Spark, along with access to all the facilities and basic technical support.

Residencies will be 2 or 3 month duration.

 

Outcome 

The recipient artist will be required to give demonstrations and provide talks on their practice during their residency and donate one piece to Creative Spark archives. The residency should include a community participation element and may conclude with an exhibition of the recipients work locally. 

Accommodation Information:  

Private rental – no accommodation provided. Where possible they advise artists about possible options locally. 

Studio Information: 

Fully fitted studio space with water supply. 

Technical Information: 

Fully equipped printmaking studio-Creative Spark print studio. 

 DEADLINE for receipt of completed applications 14th September 2021 

Deadline: 
09/14/2020
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Unexpected Spaces Public Art Residency

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UNEXPECTED SPACES PUBLIC ART RESIDENCY 2020

Calling artists with a public art practice! 

Greywood Arts is awarding a four week residency 22 August – 20 September to support development of a public art project in the rural East Cork village of Killeagh. The residency provides accommodation, workspace, project support and a stipend of €1,500 to a visual, performing, multi-disciplinary or other genre of practicing artist whose project is experienced in the public realm. This year, the residency precedes Ireland’s nationwide Culture Night (September 18th) and we hope to celebrate the public art project that evening.

Unexpected Spaces aims to support an artist working in the public sphere while increasing access to art in the community of Killeagh. The artwork created during the residency should be situated or presented in the public sphere, or should be experienced from a public space. The public art residency is one component of the project, which will also offer public art themed workshops for different community groups. Unexpected Spaces is made possible by support from Cork County Council. Stipend to cover materials and living expenses, allocated at the discretion of the artist. 

This year, Unexpected Spaces will tie into Culture Night, Ireland’s annual all-island public event that celebrates culture, creativity and the arts on Friday, 18th September. https://culturenight.ie/

While we are completely open regarding the theme, topic and medium, the project should be responsive to the setting and context of the village.

Deadline: 
04/08/2020

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Midterm Break Family Residency

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Midterm Break Family Residency

A new opportunity for artists and writers with children during the Irish midterm break February 15-22nd 2020.

We know many artist’s are parents, too. The logistics and cost of child care can make residencies a challenge – and many residencies don’t even allow children. We wanted to create an affordable week away where kids can be themselves and parents can get some much needed studio time.

Two subsidised residencies will be awarded, one to a writer and one to a visual artist.

 

Each recipient will receive:

  • Accommodation for their family and themselves over 2 bedrooms at a reduced rate.
  • Private workspace – artist studio or writer’s den.
  • Children-in-residence can attend three art/craft workshops during the week (ideal for primary school age students.
  • A work-in-progress sharing Friday February 21st.
Deadline: 
11/03/2019
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