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Horned Dorset Colony

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HDC brings together talented visual artists, writers and composers who need time and space to work and wish to exchange ideas in a comfortable rural setting. Accommodations and private studios are in several restored houses surrounded by 300 acres of private wooded hillside. Dinners are served at the renowned Horned Dorset Inn, where residents share conversation and exhibit their work. A $500 place-holder deposit will be required of all accepted candidates. There will be no other fees or costs. HDC does not provide stipends for travel or artist's materials. Three sessions are offered for 2020 and artists may apply at any time. Session I, May 27 - June 21 . Session II, June 24 - July 19 . Session III September 2 - September 27.

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02/22/2020

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The Art Of Monteque

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"Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes… the ones who see things differently — they’re not fond of rules… You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them, but the only thing you can’t do is ignore them because they change things… they push the human race forward, and while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius, because the ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do."  Steve Jobs

To artists that have something to say; if this is here you and at the core of who you are you feel that through your work you can make a difference then we have a place for you!. The Art Of Monteque would like to feature you in our magazine or our review. We are looking for artists with strong voices who are passionate about what they do. We featured the Arts in all its forms so regardless if you are a musician, a dancer, a actor, a filmmaker, poet, playwright, storyteller  or a visual artists there is a place for you with us. If you are talented and have a passion for what you do then we want to talk to you! So if you are indeed one of the crazy ones then come and lets change the world together.

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Selected artists will be featured in The Art of Monteque Gallery, Magazines, Video, or interviewed

Deadline: 
02/29/2020

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Duquesne University/August Wilson House Fellowship

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For artists of color who will carry out their creative work and share it with the community

Launched in 2018 with U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey as the Inaugural Fellow, the Duquesne University/August Wilson House (DU/AWH) Fellowship provides opportunities for artists of color in varied media to engage in cultural and artistic expression. The Fellowship advances the Fellow's work and serves the joint interests of Duquesne University, August Wilson House, and the community. The Fellowship is designed to bring national and regional artists and scholars into a collaboration between the famed playwright's Hill District neighborhood and educational and artistic institutions.

Supported by a grant from the Nancy Jones Beard Foundation, DU/AWH Fellows serve as artists/scholars-in-residence. Fellows live on Duquesne's campus while developing their own creative work and participating in educational events with the University, the August Wilson House, and the community.

The Fellowship program furthers Duquesne's Signature Partnership with the August Wilson House. Fellows are invited to create and/or share their work with Duquesne University and with the community. Fellows will have access to Duquesne's resources for scholarly research and public programs and reside on Duquesne University's campus during their fellowship.

Duquesne has partnered with the August Wilson House since 2011, with students and faculty from its Honors College. In this Signature Partnership, Duquesne University supports the programs of August Wilson House to pay tribute to the playwright's legacy, art, and historic presence.

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Commensurate with experience and scope of project.

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11/15/2019

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OPEN CALL - 1-month residency in the summer of 2020 w/ stipend!

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Kingsbrae International Residence for the Arts (KIRA) was established in February 2016 in an effort to support the creativity of artists. It hopes to promote excellence in the arts both here in Canada as well as in the International scene, all the while benefitting the local community of St Andrews by becoming a cultural destination. A residency at KIRA creates a rewarding and stimulating experience for any participant seeking to advance their artistic journey.

Located in beautiful St Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada. Artists live on a historic property in a beautiful seaside town and work in studios located just steps away from the residence. It is within walking distance of the down town area.

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- One month of free studio space in a freestanding 300-square foot studio equipped with Wi-Fi.
- Awarded stipend of $1,500 (CAD) per month.
- Private bedroom/bathroom in a well-maintained historic property located steps away from the studio.
- Up to 5-artists living on-site.
- Two meals a day  (breakfast and lunch)
- Audience engagement opportunities.
- Access to Kingsbrae Garden and KIRA's amphitheatre public events.
- Scheduled access to: nontoxic printmaking equipment (portable proofing press suitable for linoblock, woodcut, and letter set printing, range of typeset), ceramics equipment (pottery kick-wheels, medium sized kiln, outdoor gas fired kiln), woodshop (chop saws, table saws, planer, clamps, etc.), mechanical shop with a range of basic hand tools and resources.
- Artists will be responsible for covering costs associated with the purchase of materials, shipment of artwork/supplies, travel costs and other living expenses including supplemental food.
- Artists will participate in Open Studios for the public each Saturday from 10am-1pm.
- An end of residency Art Exhibit of the body of work completed during the residency month will take place in the final week of each residence.

DATES: May 22nd - June 18th / June 22nd - July 20th / August 4th - August 31st

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12/16/2019

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10 CAD
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New places released for Change Creation programme

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Change Creation works with visionary organisations to create and embed transformational change. Designed and delivered by people make it work, one of the UK’s most experienced organisational development agencies working in the Cultural sector, Change Creation involves and engages organisations to shape, test, challenge and realise lasting change through networks, peer learning, research, tools, resources, a hot-house of support, industry experts, workshops, learning events… and much more! By working and learning together and creating a vibrant community of leaders, organisations are supported to realise and share real change that benefits their people, audiences, participants and the wider cultural sector.

Demand for our next Change Creation Programme has been staggering and so we have decided to build TWO new programmes – one running from November 2019 – December 2021 and another in June 2020 until July 2022 and we've have released new places for leaders of arts, heritage and cultural organisations to join this two year programme. 

Join Camden Arts Centre, National Trust, New Contemporaries, Bristol City Culture Team, Henry Moore Institute, This New Ground, Sheffield Theatres, In Between Time, Little Angel Theatre, Museums Sheffield, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Halton Libraries, Severn Arts, Wildwood Arts, East London Dance, Theatre Royal York, and Colston Hall and many more in a hot house of organisational change and leadership development, within a peer learning environment.

Attend between 12 and 30 days of professional development, free workshops, online tools and resources, the unstoppable support of people make it work, an organisational development agency with 19 years of experience of working with Arts and Cultural Organisations. Make change happen faster, easier and deeper in your organisation.

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11/21/2019

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General Open Call for Artist in Residence Berlin 2019-2020

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coGalleries is pleased to announce the open call for Artist in Residence Program Berlin. As a contemporary art gallery with a beautiful space in the center of town, we are interested in production-oriented artists and diverse cultural agents like writers, researchers, curators and others interested in creative projects, research and collaboration within the contemporary arts. Applicants with own residencies and organizations that are looking for collaborators, please also apply or contact us via email. There are two residency opportunities: a studio only residency or a more extensive master residency with coaching, portfolio work and further. Studio residencies will be able to present the works in a studio opening. Master residents will have the chance to participate in one of our group and/or solo exhibitions at our gallery in the city center of Berlin.

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