Emotions & Colors - Self Exploration Art Exhibition

Emotions are the driving force of every individual's existence, and when we possess emotions, we exhibit vitality. When emotions no longer exist, life loses its inner vitality. From passionate crime to Dep's depression, and then to apathy of schizophrenia. We can glimpse how emotions are changing within each person's body, and many people are unaware of their emotions and ultimately go astray.

And color is a rendering of externalized emotional power. Once our emotions are given color, we can more intuitively perceive their emotions from the colors.

Call for Collab in Festival

Call for artists from the UK interested in collaborating with an art festival in Peru (2024) through virtual environmental-themed workshop? They only need to submit their CV and sign a potential collaboration agreement. The fund we're applying for is from the British Council and provides funding of up to £15,000 for the project (artists honorariums and activities expenses). Any interested parties, please provide me with your email so I can send more information. The challenge is that the deadline is today.


The Arts Exhibition and Performances organised by Bristol Art Gallery and Unconventional Computing Lab UWE Bristol.


Protocognition refers to the ability of non-living creatures and substances without a nervous system to acquaint themselves with information, recognize stimulatory spaces, accumulate knowledge, and develop wisdom. It encompasses various processes such as sensing, decision mapping, learning, reasoning, believing, and even exhibiting emotional states through chemical and physical substrates.


Diasporas Now: Global Majority Artists Working Across Performance in Northants/East Midlands areas

Call out to artists of colour working across performance art, music, movement, film and spoken word in the Northants and East Midlands area - NN Contemporary Art is commissioning an exciting new Diasporas Now showcase evening on 2nd November 2023, supported by Arts Council England.

ROOTING OUR CITIES - Focusing on the unexpected guests

"ROOTING OUR CITIES - Focusing on the unexpected guests" IN BRIEF

GENERAL INFORMATION: International call for any kind of artworks and creative projects dedicated to the plants world. The organizer invites the production of works and proposals dedicated to the plants in the cities, growing sometimes as wonderful unexpected guests, spontaneously popping up in the most unexpected places, taking their right of citizenship.

Submission should be completed with:

• Details of the Author/Authors: name, surname, nationality, date of birth, email address;

• Title of the Artwork;

• Explanatory text.

Please note that only artworks specifically related to plants in the cities will be accepted; more generic works will be considered off-topic.

Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health

Seeking Artists & Creative Professionals

The Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health at the Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI) community are engaged in a wide range of artist-led initiatives exploring brain health and dementia. Many of these initiatives combine artistic work and evidence-based research to improve our understanding of the experience of people with dementia and their carers, as well as provide opportunities to amplify narratives, change perceptions and stigma, and generate possibilities for community engagement and systemic transformation.


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