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Call for Artists: The Spongleheim Gallery Presents “F▲C3”

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The Spongleheim gallery is pleased to announce the call for artists for our next exhibition is now open.  We are looking for works inspired by the theme “F▲C3”.  All works will be considered but we are particularly interested in showcasing work in the genres of outsider art, art brut, naïve art, folk art and other forms of self-taught artistry.

All image-based submissions are welcome (e.g. drawing, painting, sculpture, photography) but we cannot accept films or music for this exhibition.

TIMESCALES
25th January 2021:  Call for submissions open
15th February 2021: Call for submissions closes
26th February 2021: Artists notified via e-mail1st March 2021: Exhibition opens
21st March 2021: Exhibition closes

The Spongleheim is a not for profit online gallery run by volunteers with the mission to showcase works produced in the genres of outsider art, art brut, folk art, naive art and other forms of self-taught artistry.   Exhibitions take place 4 times a year with 21 exhibits sourced from an open call and selected by an independent panel of artists.

For more information visit www.spongleheim.com

The exhibition “F▲C3” is kindly sponsored by Dark Angels Writers.

Deadline: 
02/15/2021

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InBreak Residency

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Dea Studios invites artists of any discipline, writers, and preachers to participate in the InBreak Residency, a collaborative virtual process that will enable participants to collectively explore themes of art, faith, and race in the United States. Over the course of three months, residents will engage in a program that includes selected viewings, readings, and dialogue prompts. The residency will culminate in a live or virtual event, a series of virtual exhibitions, and publication possibilities. 

This residency is ideal for those who are interested in engaging questions of art, faith, and race in the United States in a collaborative setting. Residency participants are expected to attend all cohort dates, to actively contribute to the collective dialogue on the themes presented, and to submit completed work by the end of the residency. The residency comes with a project stipend.

Deadline: 
10/24/2020
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