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Exploring Patient Data and Surgical Healthcare

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Medical interventions and decisions are driven by data from an increasingly intricate array of measurements and tests, which creates a vivid representation of each patient. This data representation is often complex and obscure to the patient, yet has a profound impact on the trajectory of care.

We are looking for two artists, one focussing on prostate and the other on pancreatic cancer, to develop online based projects that bring together engineers, clinicians and patients to share their experiences of clinical decisions and explore what is needed for patients to feel informed in the face of complex data.

Using arts practice, we seek to facilitate conversations between these stakeholders and develop a final output building on workshop findings. The output is open but should communicate workshop discussions and findings, provoke further engagement with the topics and/or have potential as a communication aid between patients and doctors.

Collaborator Role

Through this artistic collaboration we are interested in exploring emerging themes in clinical practice, such as:

  • the relationship between patients, their data and clinical practice
  • the role of uncertainty and managing risk in clinical interventions
  • the challenge of keeping patients engaged and informed when clinical procedures are becoming increasingly sophisticated

The collaborators will work with a project team from the Wellcome / EPSRC Centre for Interventional and Surgical Sciences, which brings engineers and clinicians together to develop technologies for planning, conducting and rehabilitation from surgery, with chances to also share and learn from each other.

Budget and Timescale

Each of the two projects will offer a maximum of £3,000 in total for artist time and expenses, workshop materials and final outputs. There is no current timeline, but we hope to begin the project in March and expect it will take 2 – 4 months to complete.

Deadline: 
02/22/2021

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Illustrators wanted for a book cover

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THE STORY

Drawing United latest collaboration is a colouring book but not any colouring book.

Aimed at kids between 4 and 10, this book intends to educate them about environmental issues we are facing and that they will probably face too as adults.

We have the contents sorted but are missing the cover design for it. This is when you come in, submit your idea as a cover design and get your name associated to this educational project.

THE BRIEF

The cover design should take into account the target audience and be themed around the protection of our environment.

Featuring endangered species would be a good consideration. Please favour the portrait orientation and an A4 ratio for your design. A .jpg or .png format is required.

THE STAKE

The winning design, chosen by the Drawing United team will feature on the colouring book. Full mention of the artist on the book as well as through our social media channels and newsletter.

THE PRIZE

Free copy of the book & We will fine print an A4 design/artwork of yours… for FREE obviously.

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Free copy of the book & We will fine print an A4 design/artwork of yours… for FREE obviously.

Deadline: 
02/28/2021

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FREE
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GERMINARTE

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Curator - Sarah Eargle (USA)

During the months of June and July 2021, ACRAR will be hosting a two month  residency in which the main purpose will be the creation of workshops and creative  activities by artists in residence for our community. 

The curator and facilitator of GerminARTE is Sarah Eargle, an art teacher and  interdisciplinary artist from Maryland, USA. The local arts council for our region, "Tala  Cultura", will work in collaboration with the curator and participating artists to promote  and facilitate workshops. Applicants should be interested in designing and leading a  minimum of one workshop/art activity for our community that is at least 3 hours in  length. Workshops may be for children or adults and we are especially interested in  those that relate to the practice of permaculture or environmentalism. The remaining  time of the residency is available for independent studio work. Artists may stay  anywhere from 2-8 weeks. 

 

2 weeks stay - 1 workshop. 
 

4 weeks stay - 2 workshops. 

6 weeks stay - 3 workshops. 

8 weeks stay - 4 workshops.

Deadline: 
05/19/2021

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Fee Detail: 
Application fee $25 USD 2 weeks stay - $740 USD 4 weeks stay - $1400 USD %5 OFF 6 weeks stay - $2,000 USD %10 OFF 8 weeks stay - $2,520 USD %15 OFF
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Antwerp University & Panathlon Drawing Contest

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CALL FOR ARTISTS:  Win up to €1000,00.

 

The Antwerp University & Panathlon Drawing Contest is a yearly international contest where all university students worldwide are invited to create a drawing related to fair play in university sport.

Here's your chance to be exposed at our exhibition travelling over the world next year. 4 expositions in different countries will be organized for the 15 best drawings.

 

SPONSORS: University of Antwerp & Panathlon International (recognized by the IOC).

 

THEMA:
Olympic principal of Fair Play in University Sport

 

HOW:
Send a photo or a file of your artwork via email or submit through the registration form on our website ⠀

Any medium could be used.
Sizes:  30x40 cm – or – 40x50 cm – or – 50x70 cm⠀ ⠀

 

WHO: The contest is not limited to students from art universities and university colleges, each student worldwide is welcome to enter the contest.⠀

 

WHY:

  • to promote Olympic principals
  • to support young artists
  • to develop a synergy between the worlds of student art and student sport on an international level, implementing the first fundamental principle of the Olympic Charter which states, inter alia, that Olympism blends sport with culture and education. ⠀

 

WHEN: submit till January

Prize summary: 
Win up to €1000,00
Prizes Details: 

The 3 best artists receive financial awards:
€1000
€300
€150

Deadline: 
12/31/2020

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Call for Applications PACAP 5, curatorship by João Fiadeiro (Lisbon, Portugal)

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PACAP 5 - Performing Arts Advanced Programme
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- 2021/22
Curatorship by João Fiadeiro in collaboration with Márcia Lança, Carolina Campos and Daniel Pizamiglio.

Applications for the next edition of PACAP - Performing Arts Advanced Programme are now open.
The fifth edition of the Performing Arts Advanced Programme is curated by João Fiadeiro, in collaboration with Márcia Lança, Carolina Campos and Daniel Pizamiglio.
This advanced training course will run from September 6, 2021 to July 30, 2022 and is aimed for dancers, choreographers, performers and other artists with practices related to performance, body and movement.

\\\\\ INTRODUCTION /////
“PACAP 5’s programming will aim to provide a diverse and non linear approach towards artistic research, employing as reference the study and experimentation of improvisation through Real Time Composition (bloc I); collaborative practices starting from a shared question (bloc II); and practices of individual research for each participant (bloc III). Depending on their interests and availability, participants will be able to opt for a 3, 6 or 9 month course. In order to do the second and third blocs participants must attend the previous ones. The number of participants will decrease as the course progresses: 24 in the first bloc, 16 in the second and 8 in the third and final one, thereby establishing different intensities and ways of involvement with the different research practices of decision, collaboration and creation proposed within the course.
João Fiadeiro and some members of the Atelier RE.AL Collective (Márcia Lança, Carolina Campos, Daniel Pizamiglio and Ivan Haidar) will be present during the entire duration of the course in order to replicate the laboratorial practice that has always characterized our activity. This aims to produce a sense of continuity between blocs and create the condition to deepen the research experience, which would be difficult to implement if the course were structured around a more fragmented and punctual participation of external guests. Regardless, running parallel to a more constant relationship with the Atelier RE.AL Collective we will invite artists and researchers to direct occasional workshops associated with the subjects being explored in each bloc. With these invitations we aim to create a critical distance with regards to our practice, to tune in to other ways of thinking-doing artistic research and generate some breathing room between the cycles.” – Curatorial Team

\\\\\ TARGET AUDIENCE /////
The course is aimed at dancers, choreographers, performers and other artists whose practices relate to performance, body and movement. Applicants should position themselves as peers and not students and see artistic creation as a space of research through art, meaning a platform for the exploration of processes of correlation, collaboration and decision in an environment that does not distinguish between theory and practice and promotes permeability between subjects, thereby regarding the work of art as a consequence of a process and not as its end.

\\\\\ PROGRAM TIMELINE /////
Bloc I - Study, experimentation and practice of Real Time Composition
: September 6 until December 4, 2021
Bloc II - Collaboration processes based on a shared question: January 17 until April 16, 2022
Bloc III - Individual investigation processes of each participant: April 26 until July 30, 2022

\\\\\ ARTISTS AND INVITED INTERVENIENTS /////
Bloc I
- Lisa Nelson (USA), Romain Emma-Rose Bigé (FR).
Bloc II - Coletivo Hormigonera (UY), David-Alexandre Guéniot / GHOST (PT), Orquestina de Pigmeos (ES), Projeto Companhia – João dos Santos Martins (PT).
Bloc III - Eleonora Fabião (BR), Gustavo Sumpta (PT), La Ribot (ES), Luara Learth/Acauã Elbandido (BR), Mette Edvardsen (NO).

\\\\\ DATES OF THE SELECTION PROCESS /////

Bloc I+II+III (9 months)

  • Course calendar: September 6, 2021 to July 30, 2022
  • Application deadline: 29.01.2021
  • Selection phases dates:
  • 12.02.2021 ›› Announcement to pre-selected candidates
  • 15 to 19.02.2021 ›› On-line workshop
  • 22 to 26.02.2021 ›› Individual interviews with curatorial team
  • 01.03.2021 ›› Communication of results

Bloc I+II (6 months)

  • Course calendar: September 6, 2021 to April 16, 2022
  • Application deadline: 12.03.2021
  • Selection phases dates:
  • 19.03.2021 ›› Announcement to pre-selected candidates
  • 22 to 26.03.2021 ›› On-line workshop
  • 29.03.2021 ›› Communication of results

Bloc I (3 months)

  • Course calendar: September 6, 2021 to December 4, 2021
  • Application deadline: 16.04.2021
  • Selection phases dates:
  • 24.04.2021 ›› Announcement to pre-selected candidates
  • 26 to 30.04.2021 ›› On-line workshop
  • 02.05.2021 ›› Communication of results

\\\\\ SUPPORT AND PARTNERSHIPS /////
Coproduction PACAP 5
: TBA – Teatro do Bairro Alto
Support PACAP 5: O Rumo do Fumo, Alkantara, Estúdios Victor Córdon, O Espaço do Tempo

\\\\\ COMPLETE INFORMATION ////
You can consult the complete information available on our website at:
www.forumdanca.pt/pacap5 - in Portuguese
www.forumdanca.pt/pacap5en - in English

Deadline: 
01/29/2021

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Art + Critique: Critical & Contextual Studies in Art Practice ONLINE

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Combined critical studies and studio practice course that integrates practice and theory in a comprehensive programme of lectures, seminars, workshops, tutorials and off-site visits.

The course will help you develop your practice and research and provide you with a solid background in the histories and discourses of contemporary art. The lectures survey the histories and discourses of contemporary art, demystify the art world and provide multiple entry points into critical theory. The programme fosters collaborative study and provides practical tools in group feedback sessions and workshops on creative practice, research and writing.

By the end of the course participants will have a critical awareness of contemporary art practice, with a road map and toolbox of methodologies for their continuing practice and the confidence to pursue it independently. The course is open to everyone but it is particularly suited to those who have a background in art and wish to develop their practice and extend their knowledge of contemporary art practices and discourses.

For more information please visit the course page and for additional information, such as the schedule, lectures and reading please download the Course Outline.

Art + Critique: Critical and Contextual Studies in Art Practice
ONLINE COURSE
Thu, 15 Oct – Tue, 8 Dec 2020
Tuesdays + Thursdays 6:30pm-8:30pm
£250 / Concessions £200 (student, unwaged, disability, senior)

If the course fees are a barrier to your participation please visit the website to get in touch so that we can find a way to make it more accessible for you. The course will be delivered online, participants will receive a course pack with detailed information at least three days before the course begins. Please read the Learning Agreement before Registering for the course.

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