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ProperGanda

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Properganda is a monthly night running for 5 years with an average 60 people audience.

A form of cultural event that is aimed at entertaining the attitude of a community (or audience) towards the different artforms and entertainment.
We're looking for any acts from Burlesque, Singer/Songwriters, Bands, Poetry, Puppetry, DJs, Magicians, Clowns, Stand up Comedians, Short film makers, installations, Performance art, alternative art, LGBTQ... 

Your act should be around 5 to 12 mins. Send us your proposal, or bio and links to your work.

We operate a box office share to be distributed 100% amongst the acts- no cut for venue or promoters. Also you get 2 free drinks and a + 1 person in for free.

At the inspiring space The Others in Stoke Newington (Hackney-London) We have all needed things for live gigs, projections, PA, theatre lights etc

Venue http://theothers.uk.com

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CAMP Announces 2020 Program

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CAMP, a high-altitude residential arts school in the French Pyrenees, has begun announcing its 2020 program of workshops. Now entering its third year of activity, the newly announced program includes five-day residential workshops in music, visual art, filmmaking, photography, VR and literature, with masterclasses led by such luminaries as Matthew Herbert, Julia Kent, Aviva Rahmani, Chris Watson, Simon Armitage, Gabrielle Bell, Roedelius, Phill Niblock, Elliott Sharp and others.

Announced so far:

2020-04-22 // MODELING RESILIENCE WITH ART WITH AVIVA RAHMANI
2020-05-06 // CURRENT STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVISATION AND COMPOSITION WITH ELLIOTT SHARP
2020-05-13 // HEARING THE IMPOSSIBLE WITH MATTHEW HERBERT
2020-05-27 // DEEP LISTENING, PHASE 1 WITH PHILL NIBLOCK
2020-06-03 // DEEP LISTENING, PHASE 2 WITH HANS-JOACHIM ROEDELIUS
2020-06-17 // PERSONAL STORIES IN COMICS WITH GABRIELLE BELL
2020-09-02 // OUTSIDE IN - THE POETRY OF NATURE AND THE NATURE OF POETRY WITH SIMON ARMITAGE
2020-09-30 // FIELD RECORDING: RED DEER SEASON WITH CHRIS WATSON

CAMP is a residential arts facility in the French Pyrenees. It's a place where great art is made, new movements are formed, new ideas are explored and groundbreaking people are nurtured. CAMP is located in Aulus les Bains, the last village before the France/Spain Pyrenean frontier chain. The location is spectacular - we are nestled at 750m above sea level, surrounded by snowcapped peaks over 3000m high, ancient forests and cascading waterfalls. There are eagles, lammergeiers, vultures, ibex and bears. Walk out of the residency, and within ten minutes you are completely alone in one of the most beautiful mountain landscapes in Europe. Aulus les Bains is also a spa village - there are hot water springs, and a thermal spa in the village to take advantage of the healing and relaxing properties of the water.

Courses are fully inclusive of accommodation and excellent catering - every participant gets a private, peaceful room with a mountain view.

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Co.Lab Sound

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Artist Open Call: Co.Lab Sound

Co.Lab Sound is an experimental testbed for artists to develop new work and collaborate live. Informed by a long line of experimental music, sound art and performance, these events embrace the processes of improvisation and experimentation to showcase artists expanding the field of sound art and what it means to experience art live.

Performing is inherently participatory, our aim is to develop a new dialogue between the audience and our exhibiting artists, collectives and musicians, by making the audience a part of the making process. We encourage the disruptive, the active and outspoken. Take part, take in and be live.

NB: Submission is free. If you are selected, we will ask for a £20 contribution and some of your time. Please read ‘how to submit’ and our FAQs for full details.

Deadline: 23:59 on Sun 22 March 2020.

#FaB20

Fringe Arts Bath (FaB) is a test-bed for early career-curators, and those who prefer to operate outside of the gallery-based arts scene. FaB aims to raise the profile of contemporary visual arts in Bath and beyond, providing opportunities for early-career and emerging artists.  FaB festival is a free, 2 week festival putting art in unusual places in unexpected ways for people to happen across and interact with, with exhibitions, interventions and events based in Bath, UK, in May-June each year. There are 20 different exhibitions to submit to for FaB 2020, everyone can submit, from anywhere in the world.

Deadline 23:59 on Sun 22 March 2020. 

Submission is free (unless otherwise stated). If you are selected, FaB will ask for a £20 contribution and some of your time - read their FAQs for details.

twitter/instagram/facebook: @fringeartsbath

 

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03/22/2020

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£20 Upon Selection
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SOUNDS OF OUR CITIES

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SOUNDS OF OUR CITIES | OPEN CALL
Art Residency for 10 artists // Roeselare BE + Barcelona ES
Until 31-01-2020

Sounds of our Cities is an European project of Cultural Cooperation carried out between City of Roeselare, Dear Hunter, Aalborg Universitet and Idensitat. It aims to explore urban areas, focusing on the locality, including local audiences and reflecting on cultural identity in relationship with the community. This open call for artists to participate represents the project launch. 

SoOC offers a residency to 10 artists (5 in Roeselare and 5 in Barcelona) to develop a project within the social context of each city.The project will be carried out within 20 days’ residency, to take place during April and May in Roeselare and October and November 2020 in Barcelona. The central artistic activity of the project is the development of two locative sound art exhibitions, which will be embedded into specific sites in the urban environments.

The call for projects focuses upon the urban context and certain architectures which form part of its heritage, although these are perceived as silenced spaces (forgotten memories or places erased from the official narratives to be reactivated by a collective process). The idea is to respond with sound art proposals in several city spaces full of history, memory, and collective imaginaries, offering the viewer a fictional landscape in which to imagine different realities, while opening up a space for debate on current issues.

The Dutch collective Dear Hunter will be responsible for selecting spaces in each city (Roeselare and Barcelona) resulting from the mapping which they will elaborate during their residency, as a first phase of the project. The site-selection process aims to identify spaces, promoting various readings of, and new relationships with, the urban context. The process is about reimagining the sites, understanding them as spaces of possibility, from which participatory dialogues may be established by offering alternatives to the new spaces that forgetfulness has generated.

The artists’ sound interventions will allow us to imagine experiences retained by the architecture itself and not visible at first sight. These interventions will create an aural melody that will augment the city's landscapes through personal experience, and will be delivered in accessible sound format through digital applications on smartphones or other devices. By way of these interventions, the forgotten realities can now emerge through the project's sound stories as a new imagined city, or as a fictitious reality which is not so different from reality itself. An opportunity to imagine the utopian or dystopian from elements of memory. In this case, it is the sound from the oddity which compels us to generate a new image of a place which is so well-known and at the same time so hidden.

Participating artists must share methodology and sensitivity in relation to issues such as collective memory, the recovery of voices, and the urban imaginary. The process will connect past and present, and allow for the re-imagining of possible futures. 

WORK CONTEXT  

Krottegem is a popular neighbourhood in Roeselare, situated in the east side of the city next to the railway station. The City of Roeselare decided to develop a plan of action called “Krachtgebied Krottegem” (Impulse Krottegem).  Roeselare intends to approach the challenges in a positive way using the power of the neighbourhood, including inhabitants, local businesses and associations. For a few years local people have been taking initiatives to improve daily life in the neighbourhood. Initiatives were also taken to enhance the look and feel of the neighbourhood, organising cultural activities and community driven initiatives. From the City of Roeselare the idea of “The Sound of our Cities” as an art exhibition / festival fits into the Krottegem neighbourhood regeneration process. That this kind of activity can improve the image of the neighbourhood and the city in the wider region, and offers the possibility to attract new activities, investments and (creative) entrepreneurship.

Sant Andreu is a district in the northern part of Barcelona with an industrial tradition. The area's prosperity originally came from agriculture, owing to the water that irrigated the land along the banks of the Rec Comtal as it made its way from Montcada to Barcelona. In the 19th century, following the establishment of the textile industry, the centre of Sant Andreu was home to some of the most important factories of the day, including Fabra i Coats, La Maquinista, Fabricació Nacional de Colorants as well as a large number of smaller companies and workshops. In 1897, Sant Andreu was annexed by Barcelona along with other municipalities on the Barcelona plain, but to this day remains the former town with the strongest sense of identity. Sant Andreu nowadays is a modern and lively neighbourhood, with a growing population, new green spaces, a variety of community activities, preservation projects for its heritage, and a modern take, understanding this heritage through culture, innovation and the encouragement of diversity. Idensitat has begun the groundwork in researching the area and initiating contact with local actors.

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The call is aimed at artists residing in Europe, with an interest in the proposed social contexts, in the proposed theme and in sound art.

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- 1200€ in fees (taxes included).
- Production costs or part of it will be covered. The budged will be evaluated and will be limited to fit the SoOC project. 
- Travel and  accommodation costs will be covered by the organisation.
- A workplace will also be provided to develop the artistic project.

DOCUMENTATION TO SUBMIT


Proposals should be sent in digital format using the specific form, filling in each of the fields, and attached in a single document using PDF format (maximum 8 gigabytes), which must  include:
- Proposal / pre-project: a written document defining the basic lines of the project (3-4 pages), indicating a methodology of work which takes into account the elements indicated above, and a budget. 

- A maximum of 4 previous works and/or projects related to the proposal (adding images, videos, audios)

- Individual CV
- Contact details (name, telephone, email and postal address).
The call will be open until 31th of January 2020

SELECTION CRITERIA 


In accordance with these rules, projects will be selected by Idensitat as curator of the Sound of Our Cities’ project.

DATES


Roeselare - 18th of April to 7th of May 2020
Barcelona - 17th of October to 5th of November 2020

TERMS AND CONDITIONS


The selected works will be the property of the artists. Sounds of Our City partnership (City of Roeselare, Dear Hunter, Aalborg Universitet and Idensitat) may reproduce and distribute, by means of on-line publications or in paper format, the whole or part of the programme, always citing the respective authorships, and will archive all documentation generated as part of this open call.

Sounds of our Cities is an European project of Cultural Cooperation co-founded by Creative Europe carried out between City of Roeselare (BE), Idensitat (ES), Dear Hunter (NL), Aalborg Universitet (DE), and associated partners: Impact vzw - BOHM BOHM ROOM - De Spil Cultuurcentrum. In Barcelona with the support of Master Degree in Sound Art of Universitat de Barcelona.

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- 1200€ in fees (taxes included).
- Production costs or part of it will be covered. The budged will be evaluated and will be limited to fit the SoOC project. 
- Travel and  accommodation costs will be covered by the organisation.
- A workplace will also be provided to develop the artistic project.

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01/31/2020

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Calling For Performance Artists And Musicians To Crypton International Art Festival In Barcelona

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Artness System invites you to burn your lights faster as an international performance artists and musicians ! Your lights depicts to rising creativity in the each artists' approach from all over. Let's imagine our future through art in all techniques. We can shape the future with each burning lights... Raise your hand and let's move together ! You will find the application form to join us for the exciting art festival between 18-23 December !
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Application is free and participant artist will be had some opportunities by Artness Group :

Adding to Artness System’s Artist Library as current
Artness Contemporary Interview
Certificate
Publication
Emailing system for more than 10.000 art collectors
Promoting on social media as current not only during the show
Have a chance for participating some selected opportunity like year of the artist. ( Artist of the 2018 is Eleni Tsamadia from Greece who participated in Metamorphosis Art Festival, Barcelona with her video project that called ”VENUS DE MILO” 

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12/15/2019

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02022020.SPACE

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CALL FOR WORKS!

// Would you like to participate in our once-in-a-lifetime event 02022020.SPACE? //

On the 2nd of February, 02022020.SPACE will present a global Art event with streaming programme up to 26 hours. No matter where you will be on the 02-02-2020, there will be a work/programme by artist(s) released at 20:20 in your timezone. Let’s imagine how the new year firework event works. Each timezone enters the day one by one. When the first timezone enters the day, the first programme will be released at our website at 20:20. 15 minutes after, the second timezone enters the day, the second programme will be released at 20:20……………..until the last timezone on our planet!

The works can take many forms including, live performances, installations, text, recorded works or artworks created in a web-based form, lectures, etc.., which could be streamed on channel or publish on our website.

We are now looking for artists/musicians/thinkers/scientists/designers (etc..) to give an artistic response to the once-in-a-lifetime event and any other inspirations you get from this event, in relation to our society, environment and people.

Topic can be:
– Once-in-a-lifetime chance
– Numeric effect of 02022020
– Streaming phenomena
– Web-based Technology influences
– Art in the digital world
– etc..

// >>>> Please send us your crazy idea by 22 November 2019 (UTC+1) 22:22. <<<< //

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11/22/2019

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