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Blooming Arts Festival

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LINDEN, Tenn. - The charming town of Linden, Tenn. is pleased to invite artists and makers to the 14th annual Blooming Arts Festival, March 25-26, 2022. The Blooming Arts Festival is Linden’s annual signature event and one of the region’s leading outdoor festivals. More than 150 artists registered in 2021. Festival attendance (pre-pandemic) reached in-excess of 10,000. The robust turnout ensures vendor success, while offering something for everyone both in selection and in price. 

“We anticipate our 2022 festival to be the best yet,” said Hayley Byrd, executive director, Blooming Arts Festival. “Artists and festival goers, along with the people of Linden, are ready to resume some normalcy, and that includes special events, outdoor festivals and small-town fun.”

Linden’s downtown Main Street features wide sidewalks, retro lampposts, restored architecture, and beautifully landscaped trees; the perfect backdrop for showcasing creative arts and crafts. Past exhibitions have included fine art - oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics, clay sculptures and photography. Fine hand-crafted artisans bring stained glass, leatherwork, jewelry, glass, furniture, fiber, quilting and numerous other displays of creativity. 

Kicking off the festival season in Tennessee, the staff of Blooming Arts 2022 looks forward to a great event. In addition to arts & crafts exhibitors, a full schedule of live music is planned for both days plus the always-popular Kids Zone, complete with rides and many fun activities. Blooming Arts Festival is free and open to the public

Deadline: 
10/13/2021

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$50
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Horatio's Garden - Creatives Open Call

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OPEN CALL FOR CREATIVES IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE AND SHROPSHIRE:

Horatio's Garden is a fabulous charity that creates and nurtures beautiful gardens at NHS spinal injury centres. The spaces are stunning sanctuaries, created by well-known garden designers.

We’re looking for a wide range of creative people to join us to bring an exciting range of activities and workshops to suit patients of all ages and backgrounds in the garden across two of our Horatio's Garden sites:
Horatio's Garden - Midlands
The Midland Centre for Spinal Injuries
The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital
Gobowen
Oswestry
SY10 7AG

Horatio's Garden - Stoke Mandeville
The National Spinal Injuries Centre
Stoke Mandeville Hospital
Mandeville Road
Aylesbury
Buckinghamshire
HP21 8AL

We are seeking visual artists, sculptors, musicians to perform, singing group facilitators, creative writers, ceramicists, textile artists, print makers, photographers and more to form a programme of activities that will run year-round in the garden and garden room. The sessions are designed to bring gentle rehabilitation and enjoyment to patients and their families during a very difficult time.

The aims are:
To run workshops that bring enjoyment and distraction to patients;
To be friendly, approachable and help patients to be creative, encouraging them to develop a new interest in arts and crafts or build on their existing talents;
To provide a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere;
To be inspired by the garden.

Registered charity numbers 1151475/SC045386 

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Audiovisual Frontiers: Call for Works

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The UCR Department of Music, in collaboration with UCR ARTS, will be presenting a virtual exhibition of selected audiovisual works entitled "Audiovisual Frontiers." We are looking for audiovisual works from a diversity of perspectives, aesthetics, affects, movements, and sensations that push the limits of the audiovisual. The deadline to submit is November 1, 2021. The first iteration of the exhibit will be launched on November 20, 2021, with a second launching in May 2022.

Please visit https://audiovisualmusic.ucr.edu/ for more details and to submit your work.

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Inclusion in online exhibit
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If selected, your work will be included as part of the November 2021 online exhibit, which is set to launch on November 20, 2021.

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11/01/2021

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Seeking Digital Artists and Musicians

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Syntropy States is a small digital arts start-up with a big vision. We’re creating a platform that brings together the digital arts with breathwork, relaxation and meditation. 

 

We’re passionate about the role that art and music can play in people’s health and happiness and we want to help digital artists and musicians play a meaningful role in helping to heal our broken, stressed society. And that’s where you come in.

 

We’re looking for artists and musicians who want to share their work in meaningful ways to help social wellbeing by creating accessible art and music that provides a way to relax, reconnect and revitalise in an accessible way. Specifically, we are seeking to commission 14 short audio visual videos to be hosted on our forthcoming app “Syntropy”. Syntropy is a new and exciting way for the digital arts to not only entertain, but to also serve as an effective and widely available digital health tool.

 

Each visual and audio selection will receive £200, along with promotion, exposure to a large and growing audience and a digital arts residency within the Syntropy app and website.

 

Your video will appear as Video of the Week on the Syntropy app (launching soon) where it will reach a rapidly growing audience. After appearing as Video if the Week your video, and reference to you as the artist, will remain within the Syntropy app where users will be able to find it and use it any time they like.

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Commission prizes £100 - £200
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The £200 will be awarded in the form of £100 for the art and £100 for the music. That means if you create both the art and the music you get £200. But if you create either the art or the music the £200 is shared as £100 each.

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11/15/2021

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Open Call for the winter issue of the Mitoshi Art Magazine

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We as the Mitoshi Art Magazine who are featuring emerging artists in the field of visual art and music are now accepting submissions for a possible feature within our online publication which is going to be released on our website four times a year (April,August and December).

Even though when you were not considered for our publication, there is also the chance to be featured on our official social media platforms (Instagram, Twitter)

 

WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

We are looking for:

Traditional painter

Digital painter

Photographer

Fashion designer

Musicians (with a newly released, or soon to be released project which is or will be featured on Spotify)

 

 

Deadline: 
10/08/2021

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Vulnerability In Creativity with Jlin

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This is an online workshop.

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.
    
Workshop dates: 22/08/2021 - 219/09/2021
    
This unique session is best summed up in Jlin’s own words:

"My 5-week course will be based around you the artist evolving your sound, and learning to trust yourself. I want each artist to feel comfortable knowing that they have a different journey. Your craft is not a game of speed, but a marathon that requires discipline, consistency, tenacity, and most importantly vulnerability. I look forward to meeting and interacting with each of you. Let's learn from each other."

Sessions will follow five subject areas:

  1. How Do I Find My Sound?
  2. Intuition vs. Mechanics
  3. How Do I Know If I'm Intune with Myself?
  4. Why Am I Afraid to Trust My Sound?
  5. Trusting Your Process vs. Trusting the Trend

 

Jlin first appeared on the international stage via Planet Mu's second Bangs & Works compilation, which had a huge impact on electronic/club music. Though she's known for bringing footwork to a wider audience, Jlin doesn't consider herself a footwork artist. Hailing from Gary, Indiana, a place close yet distant enough from Chicago to allow her to develop a different perspective on the genre, she has morphed its sounds into something entirely new. Released in 2015, her debut album Dark Energy's innovative sound propelled it to the top of many of the year's Best Of lists. Jlin's sophomore album Black Origami (2017)was released to even greater critical acclaim and attention. In 2018, Jlin composed the music for "Autobiography", a major new dance work by celebrated choreographer Wayne McGregor.

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