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London Symphony Orchestra seeks six composers to write/curate new chamber work through LSO Soundhub & LSO Jerwood Composer+

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Could you be one of the next composers to work with LSO Discovery? Applications are now open for up to six emerging composers to join two of our composer programmes: LSO Jerwood Composer+ and LSO Soundhub. Find out more about how the programmes can help you and how to apply before the deadline of Monday 1 July.

LSO Jerwood Composer+ 2019/20

The London Symphony Orchestra is pleased to recruit two composers for the LSO Jerwood Composer+ scheme's third year.

LSO Jerwood Composer+ supports composers in programming, planning and delivering two chamber-scale concerts in Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke’s including work of their own developed through the programme. Composers will gain entrepreneurial skills around programming for specific audiences, planning and organising events, marketing and budgeting, gaining knowledge and practical experience in how to establish and promote themselves professionally.

Guidance and expertise will be provided by LSO staff and an external mentor. Composers will also access compositional workshops and masterclasses with other composers and LSO musicians, supporting the development of their own musical practice.

Two composers will be accepted onto the LSO Jerwood Composer+ scheme, which will run from September 2019 for up to 16 months. Applications are welcome from outstanding emerging composers from any musical background who would like to gain skills to support their professional development, work with world-class orchestral musicians and contribute to the concert programme and its developing audiences at LSO St Luke’s. Applicants may not be in full time formal education or training due to the time required.

We are particularly interested in applications from underrepresented groups. Further information and application details are available on the LSO Jerwood Composer+ webpage.

LSO Jerwood Composer+ is generously supported by Jerwood Arts

 

LSO Soundhub 2019/20

Applications are open for the flagship LSO Soundhub composer programme, now in its eighth year, thanks to generous funding from long-time London Symphony Orchestra supporter, Susie Thomson.

We will be recruiting four composer members to LSO Soundhub, our composer-led resource, which responds directly to the needs of those using it. Based at LSO St Luke’s, LSO Soundhub provides a flexible environment for composers to develop and showcase new work through exploration, collaboration and experimentation; and access to vital resources, state-of-the-art equipment and professional support.

We will offer up to four new members the opportunity to undertake projects with LSO musicians or independently, with membership for one year from September 2019, initially. LSO Soundhub is open to UK-based composers who create music using any medium. Composers must demonstrate an active interest in, and some experience of, working with classical musicians.

We are particularly interested in applications from underrepresented groups. Further information and application details are available on the LSO Soundhub webpage.

LSO Soundhub is generously supported by Susie Thomson

Deadline: 
07/01/2019
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Call Out for teaching artists for future seasons of [openclass]

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We are looking for experienced dance artists, teachers, choreographers and practitioners interested in teaching a professional morning class series at The Lodge Space in SE London (Canada Water/Surrey Quays). 

Each month we programme two artists to teach class for two days over one week. The class starts at 10:00 and ends at 11:30.  The class is aimed mainly at contemporary dancers, but is open to individuals working in other movement practices. 

See website for past artists and more info.

This is a paid opportunity – we cover the fee for teaching but there is no budget for travel or accommodation.

Please submit your interest by 10:00am on the 10 July 2019. 

Deadline: 
07/10/2019

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SUMMER CELEBRATION OF THE ARTS -  INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY CALL

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This open call is seeking photographers exploring the joys of the summer months. We want you to send in a portfolio of your work, up to six images. These images can be themed around travel, landscape, cityscape, portraiture, nature or cultural - essentially a documentation of life throughout the summer.

This is an opportunity for both amateur and professional photographers to share their work and style through the platform of murze, all photography submitted will be featured across our website throughout the summer months, celebrating the medium of photography and capturing diversity and beauty through the lens of photographers from all around the globe.

Images submitted must be at least 300 DPI

Non refundable admission fee of £8

Deadlines for entry is the 20th July 2019

There are no other entry requirements, this competition is open to all.

As stated above all photographers will have their work published on our website. The portfolios submitted will be reviewed and juried by the Murze team, and three photographers will be selected as feature artists as part of our Summer Celebration of the Arts, receiving both exposure on our online platform and a comprehensive spread of both them and their practice in issue seven of Murze, coming out in August.

Deadline: 
07/20/2019

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Fee Detail: 
8
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Assemblage International Artist Call

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Our latest artist call is seeking artists that embrace the use of found objects in their work. Artwork entered to this open call should demonstrate the use found and reclaimed material, creating objects of beauty out of what could be considered junk.

[Assemblage. and Found. Objects. Assemblage is an artistic process in which a three-‐dimensional composition is made from putting together found objects. Assemblage, like collage, creates meaning through the association of juxtaposed objects.]

Artists may send in a portfolio of up to six images for consideration. Selected artists will be featured in issue seven, artists will be featured in various categories; half pages and full pages of artwork and text (including full crediting) and a selection of artists will be invited to participate in an interview about their work for a double page spread.  

Non refundable admission fee of £8

Deadlines for entry is the 15th July 2019

There are no other entry requirements, this competition is open to all.

submissions will be reviewed by the Murze team after the deadline on the 15th July, a selection of artists will be featured in the magazine. Selected artists will receive exposure both online and in Issue Seven. All work entered to this project will be featured in an online portfolio on our website after the launch of issue seven.

 

Deadline: 
07/15/2019

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Fee Detail: 
8
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2019 LONDON, UK ARTIST RESIDENCY OPEN CALL (ART-LED GRIEF RESEARCH)

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CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF SUBSTRUCTURED LOSS RESIDENCY PROGRAMMING

2019 LONDON, UK ARTIST RESIDENCY OPEN CALL:

ANNUM: 
2019

RESIDENCY: 
OPEN CALL

PARTICIPATING CITIES:
London, United Kingdom

*For Berlin, Germany Residency Programming please visit us here for more information: 

NEXT DEADLINE:

***London, UK Autumn 2019-2 (1 Month Program) Deadline: 26 JUN 2019***

RESIDENCY PERIOD:
London, United Kingdom Autumn 2019 Residency Cohort 2 (1 Month Program): 24 OCT 2019 - 24 NOV 2019

The CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF SUBSTRUCTURED LOSS is now accepting applications for our last scheduled residency programming cohort of 2019. Artists, researchers, and other arts professionals are encouraged to apply (subject to capacity).

RESIDENCY BACKGROUND:
The artist-in-residence candidates are selected annually through an open call application process or in some cases, by invitation. The program supports emerging and established artistic professionals/researchers working in any medium/discipline. Residents can continue with existing projects or undertake new research.

The residency program encourages experimentation and the development of multi/interdisciplinary studio work grounded in research within the field of grief and bereavement. The work can encompass and explore varying physical and emotional processes (or loss) that people undergo.

Previous residents and collaborators have undertaken both theoretical-historical and practice-led projects working with, but not limited to the following subject matter: the aging process and the elderly; cancer, disease, and terminal illness; sex work and sexual assault; abortion and miscarriage; suicide and survivorship; mental illness, mental health, and trauma; spousal and familial loss; and associated grief and bereavement-centered themes etc.

Participants are expected to present their findings when the residency program concludes.

The residency aims to provide working artistic professionals with a platform for research and production; one that may lead to expanded possibilities, collaboration, a broader network, and possibly new works. 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
We accept applications in English only, to accommodate our international jury members. However, language proficiency is not a criteria for evaluation by the jury unless it directly relates to the chosen discipline/practice. Applications are assessed and chosen by a jury on the basis of merit, and the ability the CENTRE has to support the proposed research or project. 

The application form and all applicable attachments must be submitted by email.

For more information and to apply please review the Residency Guide and submit an Application Form by visiting:


CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF SUBSTRUCTURED LOSS (Est. 2009) 
Applied Grief and Bereavement Research
Interdisciplinary/Multidisciplinary Studio

Deadline: 
06/26/2019
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3 Months Solo Artist Residency in London (August to November 2019)

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Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop accepting applications for the next 3 months residency session.

Description of residency program
Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop is offering one artist access for three months to one of its spectacular 350 square foot studio spaces, with both natural and professional lighting. The next residency session will take place from August to November 2019.

Working above the gallery space, the successful applicant has the opportunity to network with artists, curators, collectors and the wider public whilst visiting ongoing exhibitions and events organised in the gallery. The residency programme will also provide guidance from gallery directors as well as an end-of-residency solo exhibition organised in the studio space upstairs.

The residency programme is open to artists of all ages and backgrounds including international artists living outside of the United Kingdom.

The applicants will also be automatically considered for the Radical Residency programme.

Accommodation
Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop currently cannot provide housing for its residency programme however we will do everything we can to help direct the selected artist to find a place to stay in London.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious artist to benefit from a large studio to create a new body of work as large and complex as desired, to experiment, research or take a new direction, and to strengthen a career.

Application information
Criteria for selection:

Applicants must be contemporary practitioners in fine art (painting, drawing, sculpture, conceptual, photography, film or multidisciplinary work)

What we offer:

A three-month free studio of 350 square foot,

An end-of-residency solo exhibition organised by Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop in the studio space upstairs,

An induction session (for international resident artists) to discover the London art scene,

Guidance from Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop director,

Support to the resident artist to organise open studios, artist talks or other events,

Letters of recommendation for funding applications,

Artist membership in Workshop Foundation,

Past resident artists include ubada muti, Solveig Settemsdal, Bianca Barandun, Thomas Garnon, Emma Corrall, Thomas Langley, Morgan Wills, Harrison Pearce and José Carlos Naranjo.

Fees and support
The application cost is £35. This donation helps Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop to continue supporting future artist residencies.

Expectations towards the artist

Applicants must be able to travel to London for the residency duration,

Applicants must be open to collaborate and work with other artists and curators,

Applicants should be interested in fostering a relationship with the gallery’s visitors.

Applicants are invited to organise an artist talk, open studio or similar event.

Application deadline
20 June 2019

Residency starts
20 August 2019

Residency ends
17 November 2019

Deadline: 
06/20/2019
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