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hotel generation open call - arebyte Gallery's young artist development programme

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hotel generation mentors the next generation of UK digital artists during the critical early stages of establishing a career in the arts.⁠

arebyte’s yearly programme encourages young digital artists from regional UK cities to develop their practice and interact with new audiences in London and internationally with the aim to expand their network and foster new opportunities. This initiative nurtures a sense of place in the London art scene which can be notoriously difficult to infiltrate and creates new conversations between London and other UK cities.⁠

The criteria for submissions is as follows:⁠
- be aged 28 or under⁠
- make work using emerging and digital media⁠
- if you have an art degree (not mandatory) it must be from a university outside of London⁠
- be living in the UK but outside of London (at the time of application)⁠

For more info and how to apply visit our website: https://www.arebyte.com/about-hot-gen

 

Open for submissions until 14th February 2022.

This is a paid opportunity.

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Prize summary: 
£750 stipend + fully funded solo exhibition for winner
Deadline: 
02/14/2022

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Call for Entries - The Enigma of Objects

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The Enigma of Objects 

** Submissions invited for an instagram-based exhibition. **

This project invites photos of irreplaceable objects from your personal collection, with reflections on why they are special and what they evoke. Submissions will be curated on instagram, offering a peek into contemporary material culture through crowd-sourced artifacts and stories.
 

  • 2/3 photos of an object from your personal collection. Ensure good lighting and a white backdrop. 
  • A short write up on its significance and what it evokes. Max. 500 characters.
  • Your name and city. You may use a pseudonym if you wish to stay anonymous.

Looking forward to seeing your objects and reading your micro-stories!

 

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Deadline: 
11/30/2021

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Call for Artists: ‘COP26: Together For Our Planet’

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This project is a collaboration between Occhi Arts and Entertainment, a London and New York-based arts, PR & media platform based in London and New York, and Phoenix FTA Limited, a UK-based sustainability strategy consultancy. Inspired by the UK Creative Earth Competition, Occhi Arts and Entertainment and Phoenix FTA Limited are now opening the opportunity to young artists from around the world to creatively engage with key topics of concern at the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow. This initiative provides a wider audience of young artists with a renewed opportunity to visually express their views to world leaders and community stakeholders by producing 2D artwork (drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, and photography) that supports at least one of the following themes:

1. Protect What You Love

Climate Change is giving rise to more frequent wildfires, longer periods of drought in some regions, and an increase in the number, duration, and intensity of tropical storms. Glaciers are shrinking, plant and animal ranges are shifting or go extinct. Humans could save thousands of species from extinction if they act. ‘Protect What You Love’ encourages participants to express their concerns, highlighting what their hold dearly and want to protect from the effects of climate change.

2. A future beyond neoliberal capitalism?

With our societies forced into a truly deranged economic paradigm, one that landed us amid a terrifying climate emergency, it’s hard to imagine that the future of our human species lies beyond the patent immorality of neoliberal capitalism. A completely new system that puts equity and justice at its core is required. Young artists are invited to creatively express their interpretation of a “post-ecopathic” economic system via the mediums of drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, and photography.

Our Objective

Our objective is to foster and establish an inclusive young artists’ community that feels empowered to engage with global climate change politics by using their creativity, expressing their democratic voice, and participating in this vitally important discourse. We believe the project will help build a noteworthy platform to establish intergenerational collaboration with key stakeholders by raising awareness of COP26 and serve a cross-sectional analysis that will allow deeper insights into how Generations Z and Alpha perceive the severity of climate change. It fosters political engagement, participation in the democratic process, and voices intergenerational concerns.

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A final selection of works will be featured online and in a publication, to be produced after and in response to COP26 key outcomes. The featured artists and artworks will be announced approximately two weeks after the official deadline to ensure that our guest curators and editorial team give their full attention to each applicant’s work. Further updates and additional information will be posted on occhicontemporary.art and occhimagazine.com.

Deadline: 
11/12/2021

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CALL FOR CURATORIAL RESEARCH RESIDENCIES IN BERLIN FOR EMERGING CURATORS AND CULTURAL PRACTITIONERS BASED ON THE AFRICAN CONTINENT

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As part of the programme TURN2 - Artistic Co-Creation between Germany and African Countries, the Federal Cultural Foundation launched the TURN2 Residencies - Curatorial Research Residencies in Berlin, Lagos, Nairobi and Johannesburg in April 2021. 

In September 2021, the open call for emerging curators based in the African continent coming to ZK/U Berlin goes into the second round. For curators based in Germany, there will be no second open call.

This call invites emerging curators in the contemporary visual arts or with a cross-disciplinary approach and cultural practitioners with a curatorial interest based in the African continent, to undertake a funded 3-month residency at ZK/U Berlin. The residencies will take place between April 2022 and December 2022 (exact dates to be finalised in consultation between the host and each selected candidate). 

In the first round of the open call in April 2021, an expert jury selected six emerging curators from the African continent to conduct research at ZK/U Berlin between September 2021 and March 2022. Simultaneously, nine emerging curators from Germany were selected to conduct curatorial research in Lagos, Nairobi and Johannesburg.

The TURN2 Residencies promote the initiation of curatorial partnerships and transcontinental networks between emerging curators and established art and cultural institutions as well as the exchange between the respective art scenes. The TURN2 Residencies are a joint project of the Kulturstiftung des Bundes (German Federal Cultural Foundation), the ZK/U Berlin and the Triangle Network, and are carried out in collaboration with the Nairobi Contemporary Art Institute (NCAI), the G.A.S. Foundation in Lagos and the Bag Factory in Johannesburg.

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10/24/2021

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Calling All Artists: New Member-Exclusive Social Network

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The Creative Basement is an exclusive community for emerging artists. We know how hard it is to find a group of people who just get you... especially when you're an artist who doesn't exactly fit in (or even want to). The Basement is a curated community that fosters growth and success.

All you have to do is apply - if accepted, you will gain access to our platform, where you will be able to, among other things, share your art with the community, collaborate with other members, discuss the latest art news, and be a part of our member-exclusive events.

  • Be part of a curated group of artists with similar goals
  • Share your art + support other artists
  • Discuss contemporary art issues
  • Have access to community-wide collab possibilities
  • Be part of member-exclusive exhibitions 
  • Participate in member-exclusive contests
  • Be invited to member-exclusive retreats
  • ...and much, much more!
Deadline: 
02/02/2022

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Free if you apply before 2/2/22 (launch)
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Residency HABITACIÓN

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In the framework of the European project Who Cares? Centro Huarte offers an international residency program for two or more artists that will take place from September 1 to October 24, 2021.

Who Cares? is a program supported by Creative Europe focusing on care practices, seeking to permeate through the participating organisations' infrastructure and programmes. We ask ourselves about who we are caring for, in order to build in interdependence with the communities with which we develop our activity as art production centres.

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1.200€ for the production of the project 4.000€ in fees (to be divided equally among the participating artists) *
Prizes Details: 
  • 1.200€ for the production of the project
  • 4.000€ in fees (to be divided equally among the participating artists) *
  • Travel and accommodation for two people*
  • Work space at the Centro Huarte, including existing technical and technological resources
  • Accompaniment in the development of the project by the Centro Huarte and Mapamundistas team
  • Specialized mentoring during 4 working sessions
  • Approach to local artistic agents
Deadline: 
05/27/2021

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