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Call for Writers - ArtistsofMeraki

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ArtistsofMeraki is a new contemporary online publication showcasing arts in the form of interviews, spotlights and a quarerly magazine. We are giving the opportunity to upcoming or freelance writers that would like to feature articles on our online publication. 

Deadline: 
09/23/2020

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Together

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We are SKT, a scattered gallery all over the world with no borders.

We strongly believe that art can save the world and we want to create a movement that can survive these weird and difficult times and express itself also in our locations and galleries as soon as we will be free again. 

The virtual exhibition will focus on the art role in the society. To express ourselves and tell about the truth is what unites us, what bring us TOGETHER. Because art in every form will be always deeper and stronger than what divides us. We don’t want to limit submissions to a theme, but to celebrate art as the most successful tool to celebrate unity and togetherness. You can send us up to 3 artworks: every medium and style accepted.

  • 1 artwork + 1 Q&A live on our IG page and our artFixYMX radio + 1 focus on our social media for £20.00
  • 2 artworks + 1 Q&A live on our IG page and our artFixYMX radio + 1 focus on our social media for £40.00
  • 3 artworks + 1 Q&A live on our IG page and our artFixYMX radio + 1 focus on our social media for £50.00

The exhibition runs for 1 month on our homepage www.sktgallery.com (at the moment, there is #ARTMUSTGON online, you can check it out!)

We will need your art pieces photos in HQ, all instructions here: https://www.sktgallery.com/#subscription 

Let us know L/W/H so we can visualize them in the gallery exactly as they are in reality! Also, we will need a short bio of you, price, date of creation and medium of the artwork submitted.

#SAVETHEDATE

- “Together” runs from 15 July, 2020 to 15 August, 2020. Virtual opening at 6pm.

- Call ends on 8 July, 2020. Hurry up!

We are looking so much forward to hearing from you!

SKT

Deadline: 
07/08/2020

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1 artwork £20.00, 2 artworks £40.00, 3 artworks £50.00
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CALL FOR ARTISTS | public notice : an exhibition

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public notice : an exhibition

There is much to learn from the small details, those we usually miss when rushing from place to place. In recent times, experiencing less hectic lives, we gave ourselves permission to begin observing the world as one would normally only observe art. Visually enriched, the world seemed to unfold in front of us. As society begins returning to what is considered ‘normal’, the exhibition, public notice cultivates this way of seeing. Viewers can take their time, getting lost in the scratches and indentations of the city-scape, a perverse alternative to the white cube gallery. By punctuating our daily routine with art we are reminded to slow down and observe. To stop and notice. 

The project will take place across East London for the duration of 10 days, opening night will be on Thursday 20th August and the exhibition will continue until Monday 30th August. Artworks will occupy the windows of shops, cafes, galleries and other local businesses. Exhibition goers will be provided with a map which will encourage a directionless exploration of public notice. Viewers will be able to tailor their experience, some may simply view the works from the street whilst others may choose to engage with each venue along their way.

The exhibition will be a great chance for artists to showcase their work in prime locations and spaces, working alongside London galleries and local businesses, with the opportunity to sell their work. 

 

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07/06/2020

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Call for Entries! (August 2020)

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Art Hole is an independent artist-run and ad-free international print and online publication dedicated to showcasing and promoting experimental and progressive contemporary art, which reflects modern society and its environment, provokes conversation and action; fosters innovation and diversity of mediums which make today’s art scene so intriguing and versatile.

ELIGIBILITY: Artists are welcome to submit works in any medium.

Artists or any art organisations on behalf of artists from all countries are welcome to submit their works for consideration.

DEADLINE: 25 July 2020 

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07/25/2020

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Free
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Ground floor part of 2-storey office/ workshop space to sub-let or to share. N7, Finsbury Park.

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We are looking for someone or a small business to move into the ground floor part of our 2-storey office/ workshop space, N7, Finsbury Park.
This could be sub-let or a shared lease, size 5.5m x 3.9m = approx. 20m². (Deskspace rental possible too, see below).

The upper part of the unit is used as an architectural studio and the ground floor has been occupied by a fashion designer.
The unit is in a commercial office/ workshop building between Finsbury Park and Holloway Road, off Seven Sisters Road. Toilet and kitchen facilities are shared with other units on ground floor which works well as a friendly studio community.
The building has a manned reception and post box service so your business can be registered here if this was of interest. There is also secure cycle parking within the building and a 24h CCTV/Alarm system for the common areas.

All bills except internet/ phone included if sub-let. 
If shared lease then bills to be split which are very small landlord amounts quarterly.

It would be ideal for a creative workshop or small office type use.

Ground floor unit would be unfurnished.

If desk rental was of interest then this could be considered at £300 per desk/ pcm including bills (reasonable internet usage).

Get in touch for a viewing!

Thanks.

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£400
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£400pcm including bills (and fair usage broadband).

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Open Call for Submissions: House Letters Issue 2

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House Letters is a new independent and interdisciplinary online publication that engages with the uncertain times caused by COVID-19. We are looking for contributions exploring the theme ‘Absence and Presence’ for Issue 2. Contributors are welcome to interpret the theme as they wish and image-based and text-based work (taking any format) will be considered.

Successful submissions will be experimental and critically engaged, relating to the historical moment we are living through.

BAME applicants are particularly encouraged to submit and their work will be prioritised.

Deadline: Monday 22 June 2020. Submissions will be reviewed after this date.

Issue 1 available here: 
https://issuu.com/houseletters/docs/house_letters_near_and_far_may_2020

Deadline: 
06/22/2020

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