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Moinho Cine Fest

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Moinho Cine Fest is an international film festival for micro and films with prizes and screening fees.

The length of the nano film is until to 01:00 (mm:ss) and the micro film is until to 05:00 (mm:ss)

It's organized by ANARTEM - Associação Cultural and directed by André Almeida Rodrigues, a Portuguese filmmaker.

The 4th edition of the festival will take place in April 2022 in Custóias, Leça do Balio and Guifões, Matosinhos, Portugal.

GOALS

• Be a showcase of the panorama of world film production in 2020 and 2021.

• Promoting itself as a meeting point for “all world cinema”.

• Paid to filmmakers to screening their films in competition.

Prize summary: 
Win up to 200 EUR + screening fee to all films in competition
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 AWARDS

• Best Film: 200 EUR + Trophy + Certificate

• Best Nano Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Mobile Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Portuguese Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Portuguese Nano Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Portuguese Mobile Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Local Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Animation: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Documentary: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Experimental Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Fiction: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Music Video: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Dance Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Best Fashion Film: 50 EUR + Certificate

• Honorable Mentions – Jury decision (if applicable)

SCREENING FEES

• 0.05 EUR per second without credits to films in competition

Deadline: 
12/31/2021

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July 2 EUR August: 3 EUR September: 4 EUR October: 5 EUR November: 6 EUR December: 7EUR
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Sintra Con-Cê

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We are hosting Sintra Con-Cê's third anual event in September, in the heart of the historical center of Sintra. If you're interested in sharing your paintings, sculptures, photographs, short-films or music, sign up through our open call, available in our website. A list of our regulations is also available, as are we, if you have any doubts concerning the event.

Come join us in September!

 

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OPEN CALL 2021 - POLDRA - Public Sculpture Project Viseu

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POLDRA – Public Sculpture Project Viseu promotes site-specific contemporary public art/art in Public Space. POLDRA seeks works that propose new interpretations of the sites and spaces as well as encourage interaction between the viewer and the sites themselves. Through this dynamic, the works of art aspire to initiate connections that exist beyond the primary act of looking.

We've been doing so for the past three years by exhibiting the works of Kiluanji Kia Henda (AO), Rui Sanches (PT), Miguel Palma (PT), Cristina Ataíde (PT), Neeraj Bhatia (CA), Pedro Pires (AO), Steven Barich (US), Elisa Balmaceda (CL), Kaitlin Ferguson (GB) & Natalia Bezerra (US), Liliana Velho (PT), Jazmin Charalambous (GB), e Signe Ferguson (US) & Thanasis Ilonomou (GR-CA).

In 2021 we're seeking to extend an open sky, public art circuit, established in the Mata do Fontelo, a historic park in Viseu, Portugal. With this purpose, we're opening a call looking for site-specific artwork proposals. This is primarily addressed to visual artists who work in the fields of installation, painting, sculpture and media art. Applications from artists groups are welcome. Submissions are free and they must be specifically conceived for Mata do Fontelo (a historic urban Woods setting). 

Deadline: 2nd of May, 2021.

POLDRA - Public Sculpture Project Viseu is funded by the “Viseu Cultura – Linha Animar” Programme of Viseu’s Municipality.

 

Deadline: 
05/02/2021

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OPEN CALL 2021 - POLDRA - Public Sculpture Project Viseu

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POLDRA – Public Sculpture Project Viseu promotes site-specific contemporary public art/art in Public Space. POLDRA seeks works that propose new interpretations of the sites and spaces as well as encourage interaction between the viewer and the sites themselves. Through this dynamic, the works of art aspire to initiate connections that exist beyond the primary act of looking.

We've been doing so for the past three years by exhibiting the works of Kiluanji Kia Henda (AO), Rui Sanches (PT), Miguel Palma (PT), Cristina Ataíde (PT), Neeraj Bhatia (CA), Pedro Pires (AO), Steven Barich (US), Elisa Balmaceda (CL), Kaitlin Ferguson (GB) & Natalia Bezerra (US), Liliana Velho (PT), Jazmin Charalambous (GB), e Signe Ferguson (US) & Thanasis Ilonomou (GR-CA).

In 2021 we're seeking to extend an open sky, public art circuit, established in the Mata do Fontelo, a historic park in Viseu, Portugal. With this purpose, we're opening a call looking for site-specific artwork proposals. This is primarily addressed to visual artists who work in the fields of installation, painting, sculpture and media art. Applications from artists groups are welcome. Submissions are free and they must be specifically conceived for Mata do Fontelo (a historic urban Woods setting). 

Deadline: 18th of April, 2021.
 

Check the conditions for the submission of proposals and the regulation at https://poldra.com/en/open-call-2021/

POLDRA - Public Sculpture Project Viseu is funded by the “Viseu Cultura – Linha Animar” Programme of Viseu’s Municipality.

Deadline: 
04/18/2021

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Artists in Residence - Quinta das Relvas

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Call for applications!

Quinta das Relvas Association invites artists and curators from all practices, genders, ages, nationalities and ethnicities to apply to our new program of one-month residencies.

Artists in Residence - Quinta das Relvas is a program of one-month artist residency, that takes place at Quinta das Relvas Association. 

Quinta das Relvas, is a non-profit NGO located in Branca, in the municipality of Albergaria-a-Velha in Portugal, and is dedicated to non-formal education activities in the areas of Arts and Sustainability. Quinta das Relvas headquarters are placed in a farm, that has a unique natural heritage in terms of native fauna and flora, as well as a rich history with the local population (it is an 18th century manor house where several families have lived). Here, Quinta das Relvas’ team works daily to promote and develop activities capable of training participants and staff in the association's areas of activity (Arts and Sustainability) through the sharing of knowledge in events of various kinds, including conferences, workshops, artistic residencies, and exchanges. The target audience of Quinta das Relvas is, in particular, young adult in training, at the beginning of their careers, giving priority to those who are in some way disadvantaged and / or at risk, in a local, national and international context. Sending participants to international activities through training and exchange programs, free of charge, is also one of the association’s fields of action.

The organization has a multidisciplinary team with elements working in the fields of event management, education, plastic and performing arts, architecture, meditation, permaculture, among others.

 

How is our Artists in Residence (AIR) program?

This program was created to fulfill a need and a demand from people that contacted us before, willing to work at the farm on their personal projects. With this in mind, we applied our expertise from other projects of ours such as GRÃO - residência artística e de investigação (AIR program for national emerging artists) to create this new AIR  with unique characteristics that we believe will empower our artists in residence, both in personal and artistic ways. 

Artists who apply for this AIR program must understand and accept that they will be producing work in a rural environment, which brings with it challenges that require the availability of the resident to adapt to them. 

Artists will be able to work in different spaces of the farm, including a studio (an 80m2 wooden structure placed in the middle of the woods, full of natural light), and will benefit from the close contact with other artists, from different backgrounds and nationalities, and will have the possibility of preparing an exhibition in a local venue, at the end of the one-month period established for the residency. The association is open to the initiatives of our artists residents, (such as organizing workshops, talks, events that engage local community etc…) and we will have a member of our team available to help materialize any initiatives that may be proposed. 

This program requests a fee of 350€ per artist for the duration of one-month residency that includes:

Studio space 20m2 ;
The residency receives a total of 4 residents per period, who share the studio. The studio is a wood and glass structure, full of natural light, placed in the middle of the forest with a total of 80 m2.

Shared Accommodation;

Equipped kitchen;

Internet;

Common areas; 

Basic working furniture (on request) such as table, chair, wood planks, easel etc;

Access and usage of tools available in the association;

Please visit https://quintadasrelvas.pt/artists-in-residence/ for more information

Deadline: 
04/05/2021
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Friends In The Arts Open Call for Magazine Submissions

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Friends In The Arts Magazine opens the international call INVISIBLE ATLAS by welcoming submissions of essays, interviews, reviews, podcasts, videos, photographs, poems, short stories, short articles, artist projects and art investigations concerning contemporary art in all disciplines from friends in the arts around the world at any career stage.

Friends In The Arts presents the theme INVISIBLE ATLAS for FITA’s first international art magazine created by the Friends In The Arts community, to promote creative individuals and cultural organizations working exceptionally in the arts. We are committed to explore the best being produced around the globe and select the most impressive analysis of contemporary art forms in our bi-annual editorial magazine published in March and September.

Opportunity

In this exclusive Open Call for submissions, FITA is inviting all friends to send proposals that address the ways in which we live, move and connect as individuals. Drawing from the book “Invisible Cities” by Italo Calvino, where navigation to map the invisible is key and “the shortest distance between two points is not the straight line but a zigzag” (Calvino, 88: 1974), we open to discussion: What is the purpose of connecting invisible cities around the globe? Who is drawing frontiers in the world cartography? Where can border lines be traced? How are we moving forward as spaced coordinates? Why do we keep fighting concepts of abstract space? We also welcome proposals concerning educational material to help friends enter the art market profession.

Candidates

Friends from all around the world can send their submissions as individuals or groups of individuals. The digital platform Friends In The Arts is supported primarily by yearly membership quotas. Authors are urged to subscribe to the yearly program at Friends in The Arts Contempo page and ask their institutions and friends to do the same. 

Magazine

Friends In The Arts Magazine is an international published art magazine that communicates artistic research from all disciplines.

Deadline: 
03/03/2021

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Fee Detail: 
29,99
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