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Think TV's not for you? Think again! The Network is a free entry-level scheme for anyone aged 18+ who wants to start a career in television.

The Network takes place every August alongside the Edinburgh TV Festival. Our 60 delegates get four days of masterclasses, workshops and practical TV-making experience led by industry professionals, as well as a year of mentoring and access to exclusive paid jobs.

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05/07/2019

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OPEN CALL FOR INTERNS

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OPEN CALL FOR INTERNS

PILOTENKUECHE, Leipzig / Germany

July - September 2020

 

 

"PILOTENKUECHE" is an international art program based in europe's boomtown Leipzig, Germany. The independent project is organized by artists with a transdisciplinary background between art, theory & diverse sciences.

 

The program invites selected artists from around the world to come and work in the fully remodeled space for a period of three months. Our concept encourages experimental strategies and embraces a trans-disciplinary ethos, aiming to provide our participants with the experience of accomplishing something collectively. In a group of around eleven participants, a stimulating dialogue becomes vital in fostering an independent position in one's work.

 

Within the "International Internship Program" we would like to allow students, enthusiasts, and anyone interested, to gain insights into the activities of the team of PILOTENKUECHE, to expand their own knowledge and skills, and to work in a social environment for a period of 3 months. We're looking for interns to participate on our program from January - March 2020 until 31.07.19.

 

TERM: July - September 2020

 

DEADLINE: 31.01.20

 

All rounds

Round44 July – Sept.: 2020

Round45 Oct. – Dec. 2020

Round46 Jan - March 2020

Round47 April - June 2020

 

WHAT WE PROVIDE

We offer our interns direct insight into the workflow of our international residency, a chance to connect with artists and expand of your personal network. You will gain experience in the field of press and public relations. We curate and prepare exhibitions together. This internship may also be incorporated into your university program credentials.

 

EXPECTATIONS

We expect openness, good English skills, hands on mentality, flexibility and the ability to work independently, paired with a basic interest in contemporary art. Interns work a maximum of 20 hours /week for a period of 3 months.

 

 

 

 

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01/31/2020

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Reaching New Audiences: Social Media and Exhibition Strategies for Artists

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Reaching New Audiences: Social Media and Exhibition Strategies for Artists

Reaching New Audiences: Social Media and Exhibition Strategies for Artists

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A professional development event for artists focusing on two key aspects of successful self marketing: social media and exhibition strategies.

The day will be split into two parts, either side of lunchtime. Tickets may be purchased for either both parts, or just Part One.

Part One, Presentations:

To begin, Emma Walker, Communications Manager at Parker Harris, will take you through how social media can be utilised by artists and creatives to reach new and diverse audiences. The presentation will look specifically at social media as a tool for engaging collectors whilst exploring how relationships built through social media channels can serve as a foundation for new collaborations and exhibition opportunities.

Subsequently, Emma Parker and Penny Harris, founding partners of Parker Harris, will share their experience and knowledge as regards best practice for artists. They will discuss all aspects necessary for the building and maintenance of a professional and successful artistic career. Topics covered will include:

talking about your work

sourcing and taking best advantage of exhibiting opportunities

pricing your work

gallery representation

commissioning

Part Two, Surgeries:

After lunch, attendees will have the opportunity to take part in two separate one-to-one surgeries. Each surgery will last 20 minutes and will be led by a member of the Parker Harris team. One surgery will focus on social media, the other on exhibition strategies: both surgeries will function as mini mentoring sessions, providing each attendee with advice and guidance tailored to their own artistic practice.

Coffee, tea and biscuits will be available throughout the day - these will be provided free of charge. There will be a break for lunch (12:45 - 1:30pm). There is an onsite cafe at Drawing Projects UK, Miranda's coffee shop or other cafes, pubs and restaurants within walking distance.

This event is taking place in conjunction with the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2018, currently on display at Drawing Projects UK (until Friday 26th April).

Tickets £30-£50

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Date And Time

Tue, 9 April 2019

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Drawing Projects UK

Bridge House

10 Stallard Street

Trowbridge BA14 9AE

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04/09/2019
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Inspiring Change training course & art residency

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Inspiring Change announces an open call for creatives for 2019!

Spend your summer holiday in Belgrade with artists from around the globe, learn how to develop your projects, find funding, brand your practice and reach a broader audience! Work with a mentor and set your personal and professional goals and milestones.

We invite creators of all creative disciplines, nationalities, and age, to apply for our next training course & art residency which takes place in Belgrade, from 21st of July till 2nd of August 2019.

Inspiring Change training course is about professionalizing your creative ideas and supporting your entrepreneurial initiatives. We offer education within the fields of project management, design thinking, visual identity & branding, marketing & social media, and public speaking & pitching project ideas. All you need is a good idea - and our team will help you do the rest! By the end of the two-week programme, you are equipped with skills to develop a kick-ass project, inspire your community and grow your network on a global level. In short, Inspiring Change mission is to help you emerge and overcome the obstacles you weren't thinking about during your art school. The workshops are facilitated by appropriate experts in these fields, with wide experience in developing creative projects.

We value the concept of mentorship a lot. Mentorship is a two-way learning process where the mentor is guiding the artist by sharing the personal experience relevant to the topic of development. In return, the mentor also learns from the artist, and gains a new, fresh perspective on creative process. During the residency and training course, each resident is paired with a mentor from the world of business, someone who can help nurture your creative ideas and give them visibility. Your mentor is a person who helps your professional growth as an artist, by sharing the experience around project management, community building and promoting good ideas.

And least, but not less important - Inspiring Change residency gives you the opportunity to meet international creators in the heart of Belgrade, share, co-create and discover Balkan art scene. The 21st is the perfect time to go cross-continental: in 2018, Inspiring Change residency gathered artists from five continents, and started building an international community of creative, supportive and successful people. Join that community today!

Deadline: 
04/15/2019

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The full cost of the programme is 500€, which covers accommodation & food, workshops, mentorship, and cultural activities in Belgrade.
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Trainings for the Not-Yet | Visual Arts

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Program Overview

Trainings for the Not-Yet is a program of research, community learnings, theoretical frameworks, performative workshops, artworks, learning objects, and conversations. In this residency designed for artists, community organizers, researchers, and curators, we will develop a toolkit for a future of being together, otherwise.   

Led by artist Jeanne van Heeswijk and guided by her research framework Trainings for The Not-Yet, participants will explore alternative forms of pedagogy and participationin order to think through, model, and embody alternative futures. The program will explore how to shape the places we live in; engage in deep cultural exchanges with and among communities; and influence processes of design, regulation, and policy making. Participants will examine methods for working with organizations and publics in addressing social issues and shared responsibilities, and will imagine the future as a collective exercise of care.

Trainings for the Not-Yet is part of a long-term research, exhibition, education, and publication project Propositions for Non-Fascist Living (2017 – present) at BAK (basis voor actuele kunst), Utrecht, Netherlands. 

What does the program offer?

Weekly modules will encompass readings, dialogue, experiential exercises, material research and making, participant-driven activities, and collaboration.

Participants will learn to develop new relations and methods of working in social and community-based practices. Shared research and spaces will facilitate deep connections and collaboration. 

Who should apply?

This residency is open to visual artists, community organizers, researchers, architects and designers, and curators who work with communities. Applicants should have completed formal training in visual arts or a field related to this program at the post-secondary level, and should demonstrate a history of exhibitions, publications, and projects. 

Application Deadline: April 17, 2019
Dates: July 22 - August 23, 2019

Fees & Financial Assistance

Program Fee: $5 252.20 +GST

Program Fee with Financial Aid*: $791.10 +GST

Application fee: $65 for individuals or groups. Individual group members must pay an additional registration fee of $35 on acceptance.

*Financial Aid up to 100% covering tuition and single room accommodation will be offered to all participants due to renovations in Glyde Hall, Banff Centre’s Visual Arts building. Meal plans are not eligible.  

Deadline: 
04/17/2019
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65
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Enterprise Works - Social Enterprise Training for Artists

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Enterprise Works is a unique and practical business programme with a focus on Social Enterprise aimed at socially engaged artists and creatives who are looking to make social impact within their practice.

Led by Creativity Works and the University of Bath, it explores an array of ideas and tools that will enable you to be sustainable and effective as an artist, and to thrive as a social entrepreneur.

We believe that having a thorough grasp of business, finance, entrepreneurship, marketing and strategy can futureproof your career and be the springboard for increasing your income, making more social impact, and establishing a network of employment opportunities.

If you want to prosper in this ever-increasingly competitive and complex world, then this programme is for you!

Dates:

  • Tuesday 5th March 10am-4pm: An introduction to social enterprise and business planning
  • Tuesday 12th March 10am-1pm: Finance and budgeting
  • Tuesday 19th March 10am-1pm: Finding and maintaining work
  • Tuesday 26th March 10am-4pm: Presentation and communication

Venue: The Innovation Centre, Carpenter House, Broad Quay, Bath BA1 1UD

Cost: £130 for the entire programme (this is a subsidised rate and the course would usually cost £450)

Deadline: 
03/04/2019
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