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Home Grown: Artists from the Peach State

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"Home Grown: Artists from the Peach State" is a juried exhibition showcasing the phenomenal artistic talent of artists living and working in the state of Georgia, or originally born in the state of Georgia. Home Grown will take place at the Reeves House Visual Arts Center from June 23 –  August 21, 2022. A three person jury panel will review artist submissions to determine which work will be shown in the 2022 exhibition. The panel will then review the works after installation to determine which works will receive awards for first ($500), second ($250), and third place ($100).

Jurors: 

Veronica Kessenich, Executive Director of Atlanta Contemporary

Diana McClintock, Art History Professor at Kennesaw State Univ

3rd Juror TBA

An opening reception will take place on Thursday, June 23, 6pm-8 pm, when award recipients will be announced.

Entry fees are non refundable. Artists are responsible for transportation and delivery of work to and from the Reeves House Visual Arts Center. Artwork will be insured while in the care of the Reeves House.

Prize summary: 
Win up to $500 cash prizes
Prizes Details: 

A 3 person jury will review the works after installation to determine which works will receive awards for first ($500), second ($250), and third place ($100).

Deadline: 
12/May/2022

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$30
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Far & Wide: Risk And Experimentation

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CALL FOR ENTRIES: Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, (WAAM)

Woodstock, New York

https://www.woodstockart.org/

Far & Wide: Risk and Experimentation

A National Call For Art open to artists living and working in the United States.

Juror: Seph Rodney, PhD, Senior Critic, Opinions Editor, Hyperallergic

This call is open Feb 28 — Mar 28, 2022

Notifications to artists (via Submittable e-mail): April 20

Intake for accepted work at WAAM: May 10, 10:00 – 4:00 / OR shipped artwork must be received by May 10

Exhibition Dates: May 20 — July 4

Artists Reception: May 28, 4-6 pm

Jurors' Talk — June 3, 2022

Awards: The Arthur Harris Best in Show Award ($500)

ABOUT THE CALL FOR ENTRIES: For this national open call, Seph Rodney, Senior Critic, Opinions Editor, Hyperallergic seeks entries that explore risk taking and experimentation in art. This broad theme links artworks across all mediums that involve precariousness, unpredictability, or even peril in myriad ways: formally, materially, emotionally, politically or conceptually.  

Artists are invited to submit up to 5 pieces for consideration.

All media will be considered. Submissions can range from, (but aren’t limited to), painting, sculpture, video, photography, drawing, sound and music. No size restriction.

You must be able to transport or ship work to WAAM. Shipped work must contain a prepaid return label.

All work should be in good condition and ready to hang or install.

Any special installation needs must be supplied by the artist for the duration of the show and should be noted in their submission.

All work must be the original conception and execution of the artist listed. No reproductions.

WAAM reserves the right to reject works that do not comply with these guidelines or are otherwise found to be unsuitable for display.

WAAM takes a 40% commission on sales in support of its programs. Artists should consider this when pricing submitted work.

Application fee for non-members: $35. All submissions welcome. If you are unable to remit the full fee due to financial hardship please contact elizabeth@woodstockart.org.

Questions may be addressed to elizabeth@woodstockart.org

ABOUT THE JUROR: Seph Rodney, PhD, is a Senior Critic and Opinions Editor for Hyperallergic and has written for the New York Times, CNN, MSNBC, and other publications. He is featured on the podcast The American Age. His book The Personalization of the Museum Visit was published by Routledge in 2019. In 2020 he won the Rabkin Arts Journalism Prize. For more information: sephrodney.com.

CONVOCATORIA DE INSCRIPCIONES: Museo y Asociación de Artistas de Woodstock, (WAAM)

Woodstock, Nueva York

https://www.woodstockart.org/

A lo largo y ancho: riesgo y experimentación

Una convocatoria nacional para el arte abierta a artistas que viven y trabajan en los Estados Unidos.

Jurado: Seph Rodney, PhD, crítico sénior, editor de opiniones, hiperalérgico

Esta convocatoria está abierta del 28 de febrero al 28 de marzo de 2022

Notificaciones a los artistas (a través de correo electrónico remitible): 20 de abril

Admisión para trabajos aceptados en WAAM: 10 de mayo, 10:00 - 4:00 / O las obras de arte enviadas deben recibirse antes del 10 de mayo

Fechas de exposición: 20 de mayo — 4 de julio

Recepción de artistas: 21 de mayo, 4-6 pm

Charla del jurado — 3 de junio de 2022

Premios: Premio Arthur Harris Best in Show ($500)

ACERCA DE LA CONVOCATORIA DE INSCRIPCIONES: Para esta convocatoria abierta nacional, Seph Rodney, crítico sénior, editor de opiniones, Hyperallergic busca entradas que exploren la toma de riesgos y la experimentación en el arte. Este tema amplio vincula obras de arte en todos los medios que implican precariedad, imprevisibilidad o incluso peligro de innumerables maneras: formal, material, emocional, política o conceptual.

Los artistas están invitados a enviar hasta 5 piezas para su consideración.

• Todos los medios serán considerados. Las presentaciones pueden variar desde (pero no se limitan a) pintura, escultura, video, fotografía, dibujo, sonido y música. Sin restricción de tamaño.

• Debe poder transportar o enviar el trabajo a WAAM. El trabajo enviado debe contener una etiqueta de devolución prepaga.

• Todo el trabajo debe estar en buenas condiciones y listo para colgar o instalar.

• Cualquier necesidad especial de instalación debe ser suplida por el artista durante la duración del espectáculo y debe ser anotada en su presentación.

• Todo el trabajo debe ser la concepción original y la ejecución del artista mencionado. Sin reproducciones.

• WAAM se reserva el derecho de rechazar los trabajos que no cumplan con estas pautas o que se consideren inadecuados para su exhibición.

• WAAM cobra una comisión del 40% sobre las ventas en apoyo de sus programas. Los artistas deben tener esto en cuenta al fijar el precio del trabajo enviado.

• Cuota de solicitud para no miembros: $35. Todas las presentaciones son bienvenidas. Si no puede pagar la tarifa completa debido a dificultades financieras, comuníquese con elizabeth@woodstockart.org.

• Las preguntas pueden enviarse a elizabeth@woodstockart.org

ACERCA DEL JURADO: Seph Rodney, PhD, es un crítico sénior y editor de opiniones de Hyperallergic y ha escrito para el New York Times, CNN, MSNBC y otras publicaciones. Aparece en el podcast The American Age. Su libro La personalización de la visita al museo fue publicado por Routledge en 2019. En 2020 ganó el Premio de periodismo artístico Rabkin. Para más información: www.sephrodney.com.

Prize summary: 
$500 Arthur Harris Best In Show Award
Deadline: 
28/March/2022

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
Free to members, $35 to non members.
Contact & Links: 

Far & Wide: Risk And Experimentation

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CALL FOR ENTRIES: Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, (WAAM)

Woodstock, New York

https://www.woodstockart.org/

Far & Wide: Risk and Experimentation

A National Call For Art open to artists living and working in the United States.

Juror: Seph Rodney, PhD, Senior Critic, Opinions Editor, Hyperallergic

This call is open Feb 28 — Mar 28, 2022

Notifications to artists (via Submittable e-mail): April 20

Intake for accepted work at WAAM: May 10, 10:00 – 4:00 / OR shipped artwork must be received by May 10

Exhibition Dates: May 20 — July 4

Artists Reception: May 28, 4-6 pm

Jurors' Talk — June 3, 2022

Awards: The Arthur Harris Best in Show Award ($500)

ABOUT THE CALL FOR ENTRIES: For this national open call, Seph Rodney, Senior Critic, Opinions Editor, Hyperallergic seeks entries that explore risk taking and experimentation in art. This broad theme links artworks across all mediums that involve precariousness, unpredictability, or even peril in myriad ways: formally, materially, emotionally, politically or conceptually.  

Artists are invited to submit up to 5 pieces for consideration.

All media will be considered. Submissions can range from, (but aren’t limited to), painting, sculpture, video, photography, drawing, sound and music. No size restriction.

You must be able to transport or ship work to WAAM. Shipped work must contain a prepaid return label.

All work should be in good condition and ready to hang or install.

Any special installation needs must be supplied by the artist for the duration of the show and should be noted in their submission.

All work must be the original conception and execution of the artist listed. No reproductions.

WAAM reserves the right to reject works that do not comply with these guidelines or are otherwise found to be unsuitable for display.

WAAM takes a 40% commission on sales in support of its programs. Artists should consider this when pricing submitted work.

Application fee for non-members: $35. All submissions welcome. If you are unable to remit the full fee due to financial hardship please contact elizabeth@woodstockart.org.

Questions may be addressed to elizabeth@woodstockart.org

ABOUT THE JUROR: Seph Rodney, PhD, is a Senior Critic and Opinions Editor for Hyperallergic and has written for the New York Times, CNN, MSNBC, and other publications. He is featured on the podcast The American Age. His book The Personalization of the Museum Visit was published by Routledge in 2019. In 2020 he won the Rabkin Arts Journalism Prize. For more information: sephrodney.com.

CONVOCATORIA DE INSCRIPCIONES: Museo y Asociación de Artistas de Woodstock, (WAAM)

Woodstock, Nueva York

https://www.woodstockart.org/

A lo largo y ancho: riesgo y experimentación

Una convocatoria nacional para el arte abierta a artistas que viven y trabajan en los Estados Unidos.

Jurado: Seph Rodney, PhD, crítico sénior, editor de opiniones, hiperalérgico

Esta convocatoria está abierta del 28 de febrero al 28 de marzo de 2022

Notificaciones a los artistas (a través de correo electrónico remitible): 20 de abril

Admisión para trabajos aceptados en WAAM: 10 de mayo, 10:00 - 4:00 / O las obras de arte enviadas deben recibirse antes del 10 de mayo

Fechas de exposición: 20 de mayo — 4 de julio

Recepción de artistas: 21 de mayo, 4-6 pm

Charla del jurado — 3 de junio de 2022

Premios: Premio Arthur Harris Best in Show ($500)

ACERCA DE LA CONVOCATORIA DE INSCRIPCIONES: Para esta convocatoria abierta nacional, Seph Rodney, crítico sénior, editor de opiniones, Hyperallergic busca entradas que exploren la toma de riesgos y la experimentación en el arte. Este tema amplio vincula obras de arte en todos los medios que implican precariedad, imprevisibilidad o incluso peligro de innumerables maneras: formal, material, emocional, política o conceptual.

Los artistas están invitados a enviar hasta 5 piezas para su consideración.

• Todos los medios serán considerados. Las presentaciones pueden variar desde (pero no se limitan a) pintura, escultura, video, fotografía, dibujo, sonido y música. Sin restricción de tamaño.

• Debe poder transportar o enviar el trabajo a WAAM. El trabajo enviado debe contener una etiqueta de devolución prepaga.

• Todo el trabajo debe estar en buenas condiciones y listo para colgar o instalar.

• Cualquier necesidad especial de instalación debe ser suplida por el artista durante la duración del espectáculo y debe ser anotada en su presentación.

• Todo el trabajo debe ser la concepción original y la ejecución del artista mencionado. Sin reproducciones.

• WAAM se reserva el derecho de rechazar los trabajos que no cumplan con estas pautas o que se consideren inadecuados para su exhibición.

• WAAM cobra una comisión del 40% sobre las ventas en apoyo de sus programas. Los artistas deben tener esto en cuenta al fijar el precio del trabajo enviado.

• Cuota de solicitud para no miembros: $35. Todas las presentaciones son bienvenidas. Si no puede pagar la tarifa completa debido a dificultades financieras, comuníquese con elizabeth@woodstockart.org.

• Las preguntas pueden enviarse a elizabeth@woodstockart.org

ACERCA DEL JURADO: Seph Rodney, PhD, es un crítico sénior y editor de opiniones de Hyperallergic y ha escrito para el New York Times, CNN, MSNBC y otras publicaciones. Aparece en el podcast The American Age. Su libro La personalización de la visita al museo fue publicado por Routledge en 2019. En 2020 ganó el Premio de periodismo artístico Rabkin. Para más información: www.sephrodney.com.

Prize summary: 
$500 Arthur Harris Best In Show Award
Prizes Details: 

$500 Arthur Harris Best In Show Award

Deadline: 
28/March/2022

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
Members apply free. $35 fee for non members
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WOODSTOCK BYRDCLIFFE GUILD RESIDENCY - WOODSTOCK, NY - OPEN CALL FOR SUMMER 2022

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The Byrdcliffe Arts Colony Artists-in-Residence Program (AiR) offers uninterrupted time and space for creatives in all disciplines. Our serene and rustic mountain community is 2.5 hours north of NYC in Woodstock NY with residencies open to individuals and co-applicants at all stages of their career. Byrdcliffe’s AiR program is particularly beneficial to those who find it restorative to live in a community environment surrounded by natural beauty. More information can be found at: http://www.woodstockguild.org/artist-residencies/

In the Monthly AiR Program, DEADLINE: January 15, Residencies offer artists’ studios and accommodations within a community of peers. Each session hosts between 16-21 artists and lasts just under four weeks. Sessions conclude with an Open Studio event at the Villetta, a quintessential Summer Woodstock happening that combines visual arts, readings, music, and community.

• Session 01: Saturday, May 28 – Wednesday, June 22, 2022
• Session 02: Saturday, June 25 – Wednesday, July 20, 2022
• Session 03: Saturday, August 6 – Wednesday, August 31, 2022
• Session 04: Saturday, September 3 – Wednesday, September 28, 2022

In the Seasonal AiR Program April 30 – September 29, DEADLINE January 15, Artists spend 5 months living independently and working in simple Arts & Crafts style residence/studio cottages constructed between 1902 and 1903. Buildings were part of the original Byrdcliffe Arts Colony and are located in a close to nature setting within close proximity of the monthly AiR buildings. Five month residencies are primarily autonomous with optional programming available.
Cottages are unique in size and layout and may accommodate anywhere from 1-2 bedrooms. Individuals, co-applicants, peers, teams (both collaborative and non-collaborative), and other variations may apply.

WINTERIZED YEAR ROUND RESIDENCIES: We have cottages for artists and craftsperson’s working in all disciplines and media, with the express purpose of maintaining Byrdcliffe as a focus for creative collaboration and experiences. These simple wooden Arts & Crafts style structures were all constructed in 1903 as part of the original Byrdcliffe Arts Colony. Pets are not permitted except for ADA service animals only.

PREFERRED RESIDENCY DURATION AND TYPE
-3 1/2 weeks: COMMUNAL residence with annexed art studio or writing room
-5 months: SEASONAL residence/studio
-3 months: WINTERIZED residence/studio
-6 months: WINTERIZED residence/studio
-9 months: WINTERIZED residence/studio
-12 months: WINTERIZED residence/studio

All artists are invited to participate in a welcome gathering, open studio events, field trip, and other practiced shares. Residents have the opportunity to participate in an exhibition at Byrdcliffe’s Kleinert/James Center for the Arts the after their residency the following spring/summer.

DEADLINE JANUARY 15

The Byrdcliffe Arts Colony annually welcomes over 80 visual artists, writers, weavers, composers, and creators of exceptional talent in groups of 15-20 per month. The main criterion for acceptance to Byrdcliffe’s AiR program is artistic excellence or a demonstrated commitment to one’s field of endeavor. Emerging as well as established artists, writers, musicians, and craftspeople in nearly all media are invited to apply. We offer ceramic kilns, weaving looms, and a minimal darkroom. We currently do not have printmaking facilities/equipment or a wood=shop but welcome these disciplines. Please email us if you have questions regarding your specific practice's eligibility.

FEES & FELLOWSHIPS
Monthly AiR Program fees total $800 per artist per session. Seasonal AiR Program fees depend on cottage. A limited number of general need and merit-based fellowships and subsidies are available to offset the residency fees. Byrdcliffe extends tremendous gratitude to individual donors and granting partners and offers the following fellowships for the season through their generosity:

Byrdcliffe offers the following fellowships for the upcoming season with help from our granting partners:
FELLOWSHIPS and GRANTS for COMMUNAL residencies:
-The annual Ford/Knauth Fellowship for LGBTQIA+ Artists (Full fee)
-The annual Bernard and Shirley Handel Playwright Fellowships (Full fee)
-The annual Milton and Sally Avery Fellowships for Visual Artists (Full fee)
-The annual Ceramics Fellowship (full fee)
-The annual BIPOC Artist or Activist Fellowship (full fee)
-The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant for Artists Affected by Natural Disaster (Full fee & stipend)

“Full fee” means the grant covers the full residency fee for one communal session.

SEASONAL or COMMUNAL residency grants:
– The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant for Seasonal Artists (for SEASONAL residence/studio)
– The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant for Seasonal Artists (for multi-session COMMUNAL residency)
These Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grants are offered to 5-month SEASONAL residents in residence/studios. These grants can be adapted to cover successive COMMUNAL residency sessions up to 4-months long. Some short-term WINTERIZED residencies might also be eligible. The grant covers the full residency fee plus a stipend and travel to and from Byrdcliffe.

ALSO NOTEWORTHY:
Accommodations consist of simple historic arts & crafts style cottages constructed between 1902-1903 in a close-to-nature forest setting. Mice, dust, leaf mold, deer, hawks, ticks, chipmunks, bunnies, bears, owls, dust, and other possible irritants are present.

Byrdcliffe is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons. Women, people of color, LGBTQIA communities, and other historically underrepresented artists are encouraged to apply. Regretfully Byrdcliffe is unable to accommodate children at this time. Byrdcliffe offers ADA compliant access to its main residency building and some studios.

The Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild strongly enforces the NYS Department of Health “Stop the Spread” campaign to protect ourselves and one another from the spread of COVID-19 and germs. This includes, observing social distancing, face coverings and frequent hand-washing. Residence must sign an agreement that they will comply with policy requirements prior to attending the Artist in Residence Program.

 

Deadline: 
15/January/2022
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Photography Now 2021

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Photography Now is CPW’s annual call to discover the most compelling photography projects in the US and beyond. This call is juried by a different leading curator every year.

Photography Now 2021 JUROR

Maya Benton is a curator, photography historian, and writer based in New York City. She has organized numerous international traveling exhibitions, lectures widely, and is a frequent contributor to magazines and museum catalogs where she writes about photography, museums, and material culture. From 2008-2019, she was a curator at the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York City, where she established a major archive and organized several of the most widely traveling exhibitions in ICP's history.

Benton recently organized an exhibition of photographer and filmmaker Gillian Laub's contemporary images of racial segregation in the American South, Southern Rites, that will travel through 2024. Her landmark 2013 exhibition, Roman Vishniac Rediscovered, traveled to nine venues in five countries and was accompanied by an award-winning exhibition catalog (Prestel) and a monograph (Delpire/Actes Sud).

Benton has worked in museum exhibition and education departments for twenty-five years including The Getty Museum, The RISD Museum, Harvard University Art Museums, The Jewish Museum of Florence, Italy, and The International Center of Photography. Her exhibitions have been presented at more than four dozen venues in ten countries. She recently collaborated with Sara Kay Gallery in New York City on a series of contemporary photography exhibitions.

She is the founder and director of the Jews and Photography Research Initiative, a non-profit collaborative of more than two hundred international curators, archivists, interdisciplinary academics, and critics who are interrogating the unique contribution of Jews to the history of the medium of photography. Her next book will be an anthology of seminal texts on Jews and Photography, published by Aperture.

Benton is a graduate of Brown University, Harvard University, and the Courtauld Institute of Art in London. Next year she will be a Visiting Professor at Yale University.

ELIGIBILITY

CPW's annual Photography Now exhibition celebrates the plurality of photography. All photographic techniques and approaches are welcome, from analog to digital, fine art, directorial, narrative, documentary, political, social justice, identity, portrait, landscape, still life, mixed media incorporating photography, photographic installations, digital imaging, and collage! Submissions are accepted from all over the world. Professional, amateur, and student artists are all welcome to apply.

Photography Now showcases current trends in photography. Submitted photographs should, therefore, have been created in the last five years or be part of an ongoing long-term project. All themes are welcomed, however, this year’s juror Maya Benton is especially interested in work that interacts and responds to our current moment of isolation alongside the yearning to connect and the need for human contact.

PRIZES

Director's Choice Purchase Award: One photograph will be selected by the Executive Director and purchased for CPW's Permanent Print Collection.

All artists selected for the exhibition will receive a one-year CPW Advanced Membership, which includes a Portfolio Review with CPW's Curatorial Staff among other exclusive benefits.

NEW: COMPLIMENTARY ACCESS TO OUR PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES ARTIST NETWORK (PPAN)

CPW is excited to offer everyone who submits an application, access to our 2020 PPAN recordings, a $105 value, for free. PPAN was created to help demystify the art of promotion, outreach, and professional practices so that artists can become active agents in their own success. The recordings feature in-depth sessions by the talented Doug Menuez, Jacquette M. Timmons, and Miriam Romais, who address how to overcome creative, financial, and promotional challenges and develop professional practices that nurture the artist's career for years to come. Upcoming PPAN sessions will expand on these topics and continue to build the tools that artists can utilize throughout their practice and careers.

After you complete your Photography Now submission, you will receive a Vimeo link and password in your confirmation email from Submittable that will enable you to access the recordings as soon as you are ready to watch. We look forward to seeing you!

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

No submissions will be accepted outside of the online submission process.

Photography Now showcases current trends in photography. Submitted photographs should, therefore, have been created in the last five years or be part of an ongoing long-term project. This year's show will emphasize work that interacts and responds to our current moment of isolation alongside the yearning to connect and the need for human contact.

ENTRY FEE $40: Please submit 10-20 JPGs, 2000px on the longest side.

Bio (max: 200 words)

Artist Statement (max: 250 words)

Exhibition print sizes will not determine eligibility, however, they will be considered when selecting the number of framed pieces that will be included in the exhibition. Accepted works must be framed and prepared for professional gallery exhibition; artists are responsible for packing the work properly for shipping and ensuring that the work is shipped or delivered to CPW by July 1, 2021 . The exhibition takes place from August 14 to October 3, 2021.

Timeline:

February 26, 2021: Call Opens
April 12, 2021: Call Closes
Estimated Mid-June 2021: Artists Contacted
July 1, 2021: Last day work is to be sent to CPW
August 14, 2021: Exhibition Opens
October 3, 2021: Exhibition Closes Online programming TBD

Photo: Pixy Lao, The Stranger in Her Room, from the series Stills From Unseen Films, 2008 (Photography Now 2009)

Prize summary: 
Director's Choice Purchase Award and a one-year CPW Advanced Membership.
Prizes Details: 

Director's Choice Purchase Award: One photograph will be selected by the Executive Director and purchased for CPW's Permanent Print Collection.

All artists selected for the exhibition will receive a one-year CPW Advanced Membership, which includes a Portfolio Review with CPW's Curatorial Staff among other exclusive benefits.

Deadline: 
12/April/2021

Entry Fee:

Fee Detail: 
$40
Contact & Links: 

SOSUSPS

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SOSUSPS is a timely & critical public art exhibition in the tradition of mail art. In support of the 245-year-old U.S. Postal Service, SOSUSPS is seeking original mail art from all walks of people from all corners of the world. Anyone can participate by mailing original artwork through the U.S. Postal Service. Collages, shadow boxes, drawings, illustrated poems, paintings, stamp art, wire sculpture, wooden postcards, knitted letters... Interactive collaborations encouraged.  Mail Art received will be posted to the virtual SOSUSPS Gallery upon receipt.

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We are working on funding. Check out our website for announcements.

Deadline: 
02/November/2020

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