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Open Call for 2022-23 International Artist Residency

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We are pleased to announce the Open Call for 2022-23 International Artist Residency sessions at Farm Studio in Rajasthan, India.

Artists of all disciplines creating in any media are welcome to apply.

Application details are outlined in Farm Studio's website: https://farmingstudio.wordpress.com/art-residency/

Deadline: 
05/June/2022

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US $ 650
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Symposium Open Call — 'Drawing Worldlines'

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Drawing Worldlines is a two day symposium happening at Ocean Studios in Plymouth in August 2022. Via a host of activities, we will explore the purpose and power of storytelling through art and illustration. You are invited to submit proposals for paper presentations, talks, panels, or workshops on topics related to story and telling, including:

  • The importance of the act of telling
  • The history of storytelling
  • Ethnography and personal narratives
  • Cultural memory and telling through place
  • Mythology and telling through time
  • The joy of telling

This list is not exhaustive, and all proposals will be considered on their own merit. This call is open to those of any background or experience, independent of present academic or arts involvement.

Paper presentations and talks may be a a maximum of 30 mins including Q&A. Panels, workshops, and other activity lengths may vary (to be discussed after selection).

Prize summary: 
£50 fee for 30min talk
Deadline: 
13/June/2022

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Home Grown: Artists from the Peach State

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"Home Grown: Artists from the Peach State" is a juried exhibition showcasing the phenomenal artistic talent of artists living and working in the state of Georgia, or originally born in the state of Georgia. Home Grown will take place at the Reeves House Visual Arts Center from June 23 –  August 21, 2022. A three person jury panel will review artist submissions to determine which work will be shown in the 2022 exhibition. The panel will then review the works after installation to determine which works will receive awards for first ($500), second ($250), and third place ($100).

Jurors: 

Veronica Kessenich, Executive Director of Atlanta Contemporary

Diana McClintock, Art History Professor at Kennesaw State Univ

3rd Juror TBA

An opening reception will take place on Thursday, June 23, 6pm-8 pm, when award recipients will be announced.

Entry fees are non refundable. Artists are responsible for transportation and delivery of work to and from the Reeves House Visual Arts Center. Artwork will be insured while in the care of the Reeves House.

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Win up to $500 cash prizes
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A 3 person jury will review the works after installation to determine which works will receive awards for first ($500), second ($250), and third place ($100).

Deadline: 
12/May/2022

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$30
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Artvocate: An Open Call for Artists

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Artvocate: An Open Call for Artists

 

We have set up an art platform artvocate.co featuring activist art advocating for an equitable future. Part of our proceeds goes to charities supporting the social movements. 

 

We are in the process of expanding this platform, adding a range of static visual art that promotes equity. Our current focuses explore: 

  • Climate Justice
  • Freedom of Gender and Sexual Identity
  • Refugee Rights
  • World Peace
  • Racial Justice
  • Gender Equality 
  • Poverty Eradication
  • Mental Health

 

We are also open to any new ideas that you would like to inspire Artvocate as a new focus!

 

If you think your work fits our ethos - promoting justice and pushing for change - please submit an application for a chance to be featured on our Activist Art platform and future online exhibition. 

 

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A chance to be featured on our Activist Art platform and future online exhibition.
Deadline: 
01/July/2022

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QUEER SEX EXHIBITION OPEN CALL

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This exhibition will contribute a queer visual vocabulary to erotica, recognising it as an influential force in fine arts. With LGBTQ+ representation becoming more commonly widespread, our queerness - our identities, our fantasies & our practices - is at times sacrificed or fetishised in an appeal to acceptance.

Shucking off this approach, queer erotica lays bare the way our lives (within ourselves and with others) push social and sexual boundaries. Across a diverse range of artistic mediums, we celebrate, mourn and fantasise about our sex lives and selves.

This exhibition will create a prioritisation from which to value forms of erotica that not only invite a queered gaze but incite a deeper connection to the whispered meanings of self and sexuality.

Deadline: 
20/May/2022

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Free to submit
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OPEN CALL: Birmingham Children’s Hospital Outpatients Artwork

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This is a paid opportunity for an artist to work with the Enjoy Arts Team and the busy outpatient department at Birmingham Children’s Hospital. This commission is funded by Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity.

The chosen artist will facilitate workshops (schedule to be negotiated) in the outpatient waiting room to co-design a piece with young people, to be installed onto a corridor wall. The outcome will most likely be a high-quality digital file which we can print onto wall vinyl, but we are open to other suggestions such as framed pieces or graffiti/mural style.

Artist Fee - £2500 to cover approx.10 days’ work, which will include planning and facilitating workshop sessions, meeting with Yas Lime the arts inclusion co-ordinator throughout the project, as well as time to design the finished piece(s).

Production Fee – to be negotiated depending on the style of work produced. Workshop materials, production and installation costs will be covered by us.

There are also costs available for additional access needs.

Artist Specification (desirable + will be given priority)

  • Experience working with young people in arts and/or health contexts.
  • West Midlands Based.
  • Artists from groups currently underrepresented in the arts – for example those racialised as Black or Brown, artists from Gypsy or Traveller communities, those who identify as LGBTQIA+, working class, are D/deaf, disabled or neurodiverse etc.
  • Artists who have lived experience of using hospitals regularly.
  • Those who have co-design and holistic working at the heart of their practice.

We look forward to receiving your application.

The Enjoy Arts Team

Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust

Deadline: 
20/May/2022

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2500
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