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International Invitation to Create in ART LOT

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Yvonne Short (artist, mathematician) is collaborating with Jenna Boldebuck (industrial designer) and Kelly Li (architect) to create small invitation spaces. Can you create a design for another invitation space?

What are Invitation Spaces?
They are small structures made of cinder blocks to showcase a sculpture. The structures should invite self-reflection and dialogue.

Who can participate?
Any creative person anywhere in the world can participate. Selected designers will be built and installed in Art Lot. We will work with you on the design details. You are not required to be present at the time of installation.

About the featured sculptures
The sculptures come from the African American Marbleization - An Act of Civil Disobedience series by Yvonne Shortt. The series celebrates people of color, our culture, and the objects we use. The sculptures are either fired in a kiln or cast in marble dust. Sometimes the clay used is harvested from creeks.

Deadline: March 1st, 2021

Installation process: April - June 2021

Location: Art Lot (206 Columbia St Brooklyn, NY)

*Possibly also Elmhurst Sculpture Garden in Queens NY if the design specs allow.

 

Prizes Details: 

The selected design receives $250

Deadline: 
03/01/2021

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Open Call for I-Park's Site-Responsive Art Residency & Biennale this September!

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Call for Proposals for I-Park's upcoming Site-Responsive Art Residency & Biennale in 2021. The three-week residency will run from August 30 to September 20, 2021 and will culminate in a public opening of the Biennale on September 18, 2021.

Selected artists will receive a $3,500 stipend, meals and lodging during the residency, economy travel reimbursement and broad access to equipment, tools and materials. I-Park views site-responsive art as a multi-disciplinary, multi-sensory field – at its most impactful when the installations are developed and experienced in-situ. Artists/designers from the following creative disciplines are encouraged to apply: visual arts, music composition/sound art, language arts, architecture, new media and landscape/garden/ecological design. For 2021, all works must include a substantial physical installation that will be remain in good condition through the autumn of 2022.

Prize summary: 
$3,500 commission fee, fully funded 3-week residency, transportation stipend
Prizes Details: 

Selected artists will receive a $3,500 stipend, meals and lodging during the residency, economy travel reimbursement and broad access to equipment, tools and materials.

Deadline: 
01/18/2021

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Fee Detail: 
$35 application fee (fee waivers may be available upon request)
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Call for Artists for I-Park's Site Responsive Art Residency & Biennale ($3,500 commission prize)

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Application Deadline: January 18, 2021

I-Park, East Haddam, CT (U.S.), is pleased to announce that it will be hosting its signature Site-Responsive Art Residency & Biennale in 2021. The three-week residency will run from August 30 to September 20, 2021 and will culminate in a public opening of the Biennale on September 18, 2021. The residency will be devoted exclusively to the 6 – 7 artists/designers invited to create new works for the exhibition. I-Park views site-responsive art as a multi-disciplinary, multi-sensory field – at its most impactful when the installations are developed and experienced in-situ. Artists/designers from the following creative disciplines are encouraged to apply: visual arts, music composition/sound art, language arts, architecture, new media and landscape/garden/ecological design. For 2021, all works must include a substantial physical installation that will be remain in good condition through the autumn of 2022. A stipend of $3,500 and travel reimbursement will be paid for each invited project. Food and lodging are provided. Application fee: $35 (U.S.).

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Prize summary: 
$3,500 commission fee, fully funded 3-week residency, transportation stipend
Prizes Details: 

Selected projects will receive a $3,500 commission fee, along with a fully funded 3-week residency (including room and board) at I-Park in East Haddam, CT.

Deadline: 
01/18/2020

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Fee Detail: 
$35 application fee (fee waivers may be available upon request)
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Call for short films: ARCHIBA Urban Film Festival

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ARCHIBA is a film festival looking for short films that explore the relationship of the individual with the spaces they inhabit, the architecture and urban landscapes of the world and urban life.

Archiba's mission is to be a small mirror of life in contemporary societies, its rhythms, its pulses, how cities from all corners of the world look and feel, and thus generate a starting point for collective reflection.

The short films, music videos, videoperformances and screendance films can be linked to different themes and formats, such as: biographies, documentaries, fictional stories, audiovisual self-portraits, portraits of the urban landscape, of architectural spaces, of social conflicts, diversity, migratory issues and other realities of life in community, ecological impact, self-sustainable development.

ARCHIBA'S selected short films will be screened at Buenos Aires's lively La Casa del Arbol Cultural Centre, alongside panels of discussions and video interviews with the filmmakers

Deadline: 
02/11/2020

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3-8 USD
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Bivouac

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What tools could enable us to develop new paradigms to respond to the social, political, economic or ecological changes awaiting our cities? How can we do this in a context of depletion of natural resources, climate change or social and demographic fractures? New balances between individual needs, social projects and available resources must be imagined. BIVOUAC wishes to reflect on the diversity of these energies which seek to question current rules and habits, to find innovative ideas that will emerge from this troubled period.

Scheduled from June 4 to 27, 2021, BIVOUAC will offer the public the opportunity to immerse themselves in the 50,000 m2 of La Rasude in Lausanne to discover works created on site, in dialogue with the place. The call for projects is open until January 31, 2021 and is addressed to all artists, architects and anyone working on urban issues.

Visits to the Rasude site are organized on December 10, 15 and 22 at 2 and 4 pm and on January 12 and 14 at 10 am. 

Deadline: 
01/31/2021

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DEMO RESIDENCY: EXISTENZMINIMUM Open call

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Kaunas Artists’ House (KAH, Lithuania) together with Kulturni Centar LAB (Novi Sad, Serbia) are starting to carry out the Reciprocal Residency Programme DeMo (abbreviation of Decoding Modernity). The programme aims to explore the connections between different modernities and to unravel modernity as a phenomenon in the broader sense of time and space and across cultural, scientific, societal and industrial developments.

SUBJECT

The call for the creation of a vast infrastructure of  multi-unit residential buildings, using new construction technologies and standartisation and adhering to principles of sanitation and basic existential needs (Existenzminimum, as it was termed in German), became a cliched catchphrase in the attempt to define the goals of modernist architecture.        

 Vaidas Petrulis in “Architecture of Optimism” (ed. by Marija Drėmaitė, 2018)

In order to expand the notion of modernity, Reciprocal Residency Programme DeMo will be dedicated to the analysis of the modern architectural term EXISTENZMINIMUM and the intensity of its meaning in these fluctuating times. At the same time the theme of the open call is conceptually determined by the current instabilities and pandemic crisis which also define the limits of our existence as well as the restrictions of Western modernity. Besides the very wide meaning of the term EXISTENZMINIMUM is an architectural definition used to maintain the human needs to have comfortable and accessible housing after WWI. The term was coined by German post-war architects of the New Objectivity who were eager to build as much cost-effective housing as possible, partly to address Germany's postwar housing crisis, and partly to fulfill the promise of  Weimar Constitution. What would be our minimum existence demands for living conditions today? How did it change during quarantine? How do we perceive the post-war architectural principles now? 

The artists from Serbia and Lithuania are encouraged to apply with project proposals that would reflect on the historical, urban and social developments in terms of living conditions in between the needs and demands while researching, reflecting on the key technical term of EXISTENZMINIMUM, the space for survival. The artists are expected to develop an interdisciplinary research based project and during the physical residency time to realise it using modernist spaces of Kaunas or Novi Sad.

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

In order to provide a broader perspective on modernity or modernities DeMo, a three-year programme (2020-2022) of Kaunas Artists’ House, together with the Derry ~ Londonderry Center for Contemporary Art, the thankyouforcoming residency program in Nice, the Culture Center LAB in Novi Sad, and other partners is inviting artists, curators, cultural field researchers, and multidisciplinary collectives to explore the possible interfaces, overlaps and divergences between the different modernities, their forms and expressions.

More information about the partners and the residents can be found HERE

 

CONDITIONS

The Residency Programme will be divided in two stages:

  1. Introductory part: two months of online research and project development with the guidance of local experts (1st of November – 31st of December), 2020;
  2. Three weeks of physical residency time in Kaunas (for artists from Serbia), in Novi Sad (for artists from Lithuania), 2021(the time will depend on the state of the pandemia);

All interested artists are invited to submit an application by 7th of October 2020, meeting the following criteria:

  • to be professional in architecture, public art or visual arts;
  • to have knowledge of critical urban theories would be an advantage;  
  • to have good English language skills.                                                                                                                                                                                                         

Selected artists, 2 from Lithuania and 2 from Serbia, will receive:

  •  artist fee of 800 Euros, 2020;
  •  project guidance and personal online consultations with the local experts for residents’ project development, November - December, 2020;
  •  accommodation and daily allowance for the period of 3 residency weeks in Kaunas and in Novi Sad;
  •  travel* to/from Serbia to/from Kaunas and materials support for the art production in 2021;
  •  access to Kaunas city/Kaunas district (LT) and Novi Sad/Serbia (RS) networks and resources.

*if you are not based in Serbia/Lithuania, please note our travel budget is calculated for travel from/to Serbia/Lithuania.

KAH (Kaunas) and KC LAB (Novi Sad) render itself as disability-friendly institutions however the buildings of KAH and KC LAB currently are inaccessible for persons with wheelchairs. 

Deadline: 
10/07/2020

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