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Open call for online exhibition "Instructions for action"

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From May 12 till June 11, 2021, Novastan and the Capacity Building Foundation (CBF) invite artists, activists, public initiatives, video-makers from Central Asia and Germany to participate in the online exhibition "Instructions for action". Our Open Call invites proposals that critically engage with the situation of being locked in self-isolation and watching the world from the screen (phone, computer), of being faced with the reality of rereading and following lots of behavioral rules and instructions. Artists are encouraged to become the creators of their own creative instructions to follow. There are no limitations of form, anything that can be shown online is acceptable.

The project invites the interested visitor to implement the different artistic instructions into (offline) practice - or to choose not to.

Proposals may connect to larger themes that were caused by the lockdown and opened many discussions and topics in the relevant country or community.

The application deadline is June 11, 2021, at 11:59 pm +6 GMT. Applications should be submitted in English or Russian, using this form.

Please, consider these guidelines and the thematic description before submitting your application.

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06/11/2021

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Points of Return

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Arts platform A La Luz is seeking entries for Points of Return, an exhibition in summer 2021 that will shed light on the wide-raging environmental issues the world faces in this time of climate crisis, whilst also presenting paths to possible solutions. A La Luz will also produce a book featuring all the artists’ works selected for the exhibition.

A La Luz is calling artists from any origin at any career stage to submit works and projects that highlight some of the impacts that human actions have had on our planet and also foster critical thinking about positive change. The title of the exhibition, Points of Return, references the fact that we haven’t reached the dreaded “point of no return.” Therefore there are still many opportunities for our civilisation to curb climate change and move toward a balanced and more sustainable and harmonious way of inhabiting Earth. 

Points of Return will present some of the most alarming consequences that our actions have had on nature, but it will also highlight hope and the possibility of a bright future for our home planet.

Works from any art discipline are welcome, and projects that involve collaboration or dialogue with science are encouraged, but not required. Some of the environmental issues that the proposals might address are:

  • Plastic pollution
  • Air pollution
  • Biodiversity loss
  • Monoculture
  • Degraded soils
  • Extensive farming
  • Overfishing
  • Melting ice caps
  • Deforestation
  • Water pollution
  • Desertification
  • Extreme meteorological phenomena
  • Changing precipitation patterns
  • CO2 emissions and green house effect
  • Rising sea levels
  • Ocean acidification
  • Erosion

Works that have been developed from 2018 onwards are eligible for Points of Return. We also accept projects that are ongoing or that are currently being developed but that may have not come to a conclusion yet.

Between 10 and 15 artists will be selected, depending on the number of applications and the ability of the projects submitted to communicate ideas related to humanity’s impact on the environment and ways to have a healthier relationship with nature.

All selected artists will feature in a book related to the exhibition, in both digital, and eventually printed format.

Deadline for applications July 1st

JURY PANEL

The jury panel comprises a group of artists, scientists and activists whose practices focus extensively on the environment. They will select 5 works that will become part of the Special Jury Selection.

  • Joseph Calleja, Artist
  • Luce Choules, Artist and Writer, Founder of TSOEG.org
  • Inés García, Artist
  • Begoña Izquierdo, Biologist and Activist
  • Anna Macleod, Environmental Artist
  • Miranda Massier, Director of The Climate Museum
  • Elizabeth Monoian & Robert Ferry, Founders and Directors of the Land Art Generator
  • Yasmine Ostendorf, Founder of the Green Art Lab Alliance

ABOUT A LA LUZ

Run by artists David Cass & Gonzaga Gómez-Cortázar, A La Luz is an international wide ranging platform for sustainable and environmentally focussed creative works. Our name, “A La Luz”, translates from the Spanish as “to bring to light” or, “to shed light on”.

Just as the climate crisis can only be tackled collectively, so too is this art project inclusive and collaborative in nature. A La Luz shares, promotes, and acts as a reference tool and forms a compendium of creative responses to climate change.

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Online exhibition and publication
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The selected artists will participate in an online exhbition and their work will be part of a book. 

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07/01/2021

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Call for Artists – International online Art Magazine

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Call for Artists – International online Art Magazine

Online Artheme visual Magazine is pleased to announce its Call for Artist Proposal for an online magazine.

Artheme visual Magazine is an international online Magazine dedicated to showcasing and promoting talented Artists from all over the world.

-All artists must be at least 18 or older to apply. All works must be of your ownership. We do not accept other artist's work.

-Painting, drawing, Collage, Street Art, Textile Art, sculpture, digital art, Illustration, photography and mixed media are eligible.

- Please make sure your artwork is at a high resolution.

-All published artists will receive a free digital copy of the magazine and your work will be featured on social media.

- Please note that because of large number of submissions – selection process might take a while.

 

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Submission Process is free but There is a symbolic Pay Pal 35$ contribution ONLY AFTER the SELECTION for the Magazine

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07/31/2021

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Summer Exhibition Open Call

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Project Gallery V hosts four seasonal online shows a year, each with a guest juror who selects artists' works exclusively from the open call. We are currently accepting submissions for our Summer 2021 online exhibition curated by Samantha Rippner!

Samantha Rippner is the Associate Director of the Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University. As an independent curator, she co-curated the exhibitions Pulled in Brooklyn for the International Print Center New York in 2019 and Word as Image: Highlights from the Marmor Collection for The Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University in 2015. From 1999-2014, Rippner worked as a curator at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, organizing a number of exhibitions, including Rhythms of Modern Life: British Prints 1914-1939 (with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) and The Prints of Vija Celmins.

The title of the show will emerge via accepted works, there is no theme for entry. Artists will be notified of acceptance by June 8th via email. All submissions will be considered for the summer exhibition and for our Instagram Friday highlights.

The online exhibition will run from June 15-July 15th, 2021. Once you've completed your application, please pay the $15 submission fee through Paypal to projectgalleryv@gmail.com. Artists are encouraged to upload up to 5 artworks. All submissions are due Friday, May 28th by 11:59pm.

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05/28/2021

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OPEN CALL: The Purposeful Mayonnaise

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The Purposeful Mayonnaise is a 2-in-1 literary & art platform-journal aiming to showcase writers and artists around the world.

Submissions for Issue 1 (online journal): 

We are looking for poetry, short stories, essays, visual art.

Theme: open. Please send us your best work. Submissions are free and open to artists and writers internationally.  

Deadline: May 31, 2021.

We will reply to all submissions during the second week of June 2021.  Issue 1 is scheduled for June 15.

 

Submissions are also open for our casual hanging out spot, The Bagel Hole.

The Bagel Hole is where we publish weekly features, artist interviews, poems, short prose.

We're looking for poetry, short stories, ramblings, essays, visual art, visual essays, personal stories. 

We're also looking to showcase writers and artists in short interviews.

Deadline for the weekly feature submissions: ongoing.  The Bagel Hole turnaround time is ~one week. 

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05/31/2021

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International Art Competition Textures & Patterns

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Contemporary Art Room Gallery is proud to announce their 2nd "Textures & Patterns" Online Art Competition for the month of June 2021. This is an international competition and artists and photographers from around the world are welcome to submit their best works with the theme Textures & Patterns. A variety of interpretations can be submitted (representative, abstract, conceptional). All visual art mediums are acceptable (painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, digital, prints, fiber art, collage or installation art) except sound and video art. All winning artists will receive a digital award certificate. First, second and third place will be largely displayed with an article about the artist and their work. First place will be on the poster of the show. $15 for 2 images. Deadline: May 27, 2021. 

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All winning artists will receive a digital award certificate.
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All winning artists will receive a digital award certificate, First, second and third place will be largely displayed with an article  about the artist and  their work. Winning artwork (First place) will be on the poster of the show. Depending on the number and quality of all submissions received, Merit awards and Honorable Mention awards may also be presented. All accepted works will be displayed with the artist name, title of work, and a link back to their website, or email address if they do not have a website. All Accepted artists will receive extensive online publicity and promotion on our website.

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05/27/2021

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